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  • Psalms 82 : 2

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    How long will you judge perversely,showing favor to the wicked? Selah. ...

  • Tamar's Cross Reference

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    This verse shows how in Shofteim we have a precedent on how to execute justice. ...

  • Job 16 : 17

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    For no injustice on my partAnd for the purity of my prayer! ...

  • Proverbs 16 : 8

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    Better a little with righteousnessThan a large income with injustice. ...

  • Psalms 94 : 20

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    Shall the seat of injustice be Your partner,that frames mischief by statute? ...

  • Job 6 : 30

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    Is injustice on my tongue?Can my palate not discern evil? ...

  • Job 6 : 29

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    Relent! Let there not be injustice;Relent! I am still in the right. ...

  • Job 11 : 14

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    If there is iniquity with you, remove it,And do not let injustice reside in your tent— ...

  • Proverbs 22 : 8

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    He who sows injustice shall reap misfortune;His rod of wrath shall fail. ...

  • Psalms 11 : 5

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    The Lord seeks out the righteous man,but loathes the wicked one who loves injustice. ...

  • 2 Chronicles 19 : 7

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    Now let the dread of the Lord be upon you; act with care, for there is no injustice or favoritism or bribe-taking with the Lord our God.” ...

  • Isaiah 5 : 7

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    For the vineyard of the Lord of HostsIs the House of Israel,And the seedlings he lovingly tendedAre the men of Judah.And He hoped for justic ...

  • Jeremiah 22 : 13

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    Ha! he who builds his house with unfairnessAnd his upper chambers with injustice,Who makes his fellow man work without payAnd does not give ...

  • Jonah 3 : 8

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    They shall be covered with sackcloth—man and beast—and shall cry mightily to God. Let everyone turn back from his evil ways and from the inj ...

  • 1 Chronicles 12 : 18

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    and David went out to meet them, saying to them, “If you come on a peaceful errand, to support me, then I will make common cause with you, b ...