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Gen 2:9

(NIV)
The  Lord God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground – trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

(ESV)
And out of the ground the  Lord God made to spring up every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good for food. The tree of life was in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

Gen 2:17

(NIV)
but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die.’

(ESV)
but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.”

Gen 3:5

(NIV)
‘For God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.’

(ESV)
For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.”

Gen 3:22

(NIV)
And the  Lord God said, ‘The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live for ever.’
(ESV)
Then the  Lord God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of us in knowing good and evil. Now, lest he reach out his hand and take also of the tree of life and eat, and live forever—”

Gen 6:5

(NIV)
The  Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth, and that every inclination of the thoughts of the human heart was only evil all the time.
(ESV)
The  Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.

Gen 8:21

(NIV)
The  Lord smelled the pleasing aroma and said in his heart: ‘Never again will I curse the ground because of humans, even though every inclination of the human heart is evil from childhood. And never again will I destroy all living creatures, as I have done.

(ESV)
And when the  Lord smelled the pleasing aroma, the  Lord said in his heart, “I will never again curse the ground because of man, for the intention of man’s heart is evil from his youth. Neither will I ever again strike down every living creature as I have done.

Gen 13:13

(NIV)
Now the people of Sodom were wicked and were sinning greatly against the  Lord.

(ESV)
Now the men of Sodom were wicked, great sinners against the  Lord.

Gen 19:7

(NIV)
and said, ‘No, my friends. Don’t do this wicked thing.
(ESV)
and said, “I beg you, my brothers, do not act so wickedly.

Gen 19:9

(NIV)
‘Get out of our way,’ they replied. ‘This fellow came here as a foreigner, and now he wants to play the judge! We’ll treat you worse than them.’ They kept bringing pressure on Lot and moved forward to break down the door.

(ESV)
But they said, “Stand back!” And they said, “This fellow came to sojourn, and he has become the judge! Now we will deal worse with you than with them.” Then they pressed hard against the man Lot, and drew near to break the door down.

Gen 19:19

(NIV)
Your servant has found favour in your eyes, and you have shown great kindness to me in sparing my life. But I can’t flee to the mountains; this disaster will overtake me, and I’ll die.
(ESV)
Behold, your servant has found favor in your sight, and you have shown me great kindness in saving my life. But I cannot escape to the hills, lest the disaster overtake me and I die.

Gen 24:50

(NIV)
Laban and Bethuel answered, ‘This is from the  Lord; we can say nothing to you one way or the other.
(ESV)
Then Laban and Bethuel answered and said, “The thing has come from the  Lord; we cannot speak to you bad or good.

Gen 26:29

(NIV)
that you will do us no harm, just as we did not harm you but always treated you well and sent you away peacefully. And now you are blessed by the  Lord.’

(ESV)
that you will do us no harm, just as we have not touched you and have done to you nothing but good and have sent you away in peace. You are now the blessed of the  Lord.”

Gen 28:8

(NIV)
Esau then realised how displeasing the Canaanite women were to his father Isaac;
(ESV)
So when Esau saw that the Canaanite women did not please Isaac his father,

Gen 31:7

(NIV)
yet your father has cheated me by changing my wages ten times. However, God has not allowed him to harm me.
(ESV)
yet your father has cheated me and changed my wages ten times. But God did not permit him to harm me.

Gen 31:24

(NIV)
Then God came to Laban the Aramean in a dream at night and said to him, ‘Be careful not to say anything to Jacob, either good or bad.’

(ESV)
But God came to Laban the Aramean in a dream by night and said to him, “Be careful not to say anything to Jacob, either good or bad.”

Gen 31:29

(NIV)
I have the power to harm you; but last night the God of your father said to me, “Be careful not to say anything to Jacob, either good or bad.”
(ESV)
It is in my power to do you harm. But the God of your father spoke to me last night, saying, ‘Be careful not to say anything to Jacob, either good or bad.’

Gen 31:52

(NIV)
This heap is a witness, and this pillar is a witness, that I will not go past this heap to your side to harm you and that you will not go past this heap and pillar to my side to harm me.
(ESV)
This heap is a witness, and the pillar is a witness, that I will not pass over this heap to you, and you will not pass over this heap and this pillar to me, to do harm.

Gen 37:2

(NIV)
This is the account of Jacob’s family line.

Joseph, a young man of seventeen, was tending the flocks with his brothers, the sons of Bilhah and the sons of Zilpah, his father’s wives, and he brought their father a bad report about them.

(ESV)
These are the generations of Jacob.

Joseph, being seventeen years old, was pasturing the flock with his brothers. He was a boy with the sons of Bilhah and Zilpah, his father’s wives. And Joseph brought a bad report of them to their father.

Gen 37:20

(NIV)
‘Come now, let’s kill him and throw him into one of these cisterns and say that a ferocious animal devoured him. Then we’ll see what comes of his dreams.’

(ESV)
Come now let us kill him and throw him into one of the pits. Then we will say that a fierce animal has devoured him, and we will see what will become of his dreams.”

Gen 37:33

(NIV)
He recognised it and said, ‘It is my son’s robe! Some ferocious animal has devoured him. Joseph has surely been torn to pieces.’

(ESV)
And he identified it and said, “It is my son’s robe. A fierce animal has devoured him. Joseph is without doubt torn to pieces.”

Gen 38:7

(NIV)
But Er, Judah’s firstborn, was wicked in the  Lord’s sight; so the  Lord put him to death.

(ESV)
But Er, Judah’s firstborn, was wicked in the sight of the  Lord, and the  Lord put him to death.

Gen 39:9

(NIV)
No one is greater in this house than I am. My master has withheld nothing from me except you, because you are his wife. How then could I do such a wicked thing and sin against God?’
(ESV)
He is not greater in this house than I am, nor has he kept back anything from me except you, because you are his wife. How then can I do this great wickedness and sin against God?”

Gen 40:7

(NIV)
So he asked Pharaoh’s officials who were in custody with him in his master’s house, ‘Why do you look so sad today?’

(ESV)
So he asked Pharaoh’s officers who were with him in custody in his master’s house, “Why are your faces downcast today?”

Gen 41:3

(NIV)
After them, seven other cows, ugly and gaunt, came up out of the Nile and stood beside those on the river-bank.
(ESV)
And behold, seven other cows, ugly and thin, came up out of the Nile after them, and stood by the other cows on the bank of the Nile.

Gen 41:4

(NIV)
And the cows that were ugly and gaunt ate up the seven sleek, fat cows. Then Pharaoh woke up.

(ESV)
And the ugly, thin cows ate up the seven attractive, plump cows. And Pharaoh awoke.

Gen 41:19

(NIV)
After them, seven other cows came up – scrawny and very ugly and lean. I had never seen such ugly cows in all the land of Egypt.
(ESV)
Seven other cows came up after them, poor and very ugly and thin, such as I had never seen in all the land of Egypt.

Gen 41:20

(NIV)
The lean, ugly cows ate up the seven fat cows that came up first.
(ESV)
And the thin, ugly cows ate up the first seven plump cows,

Gen 41:21

(NIV)
But even after they ate them, no one could tell that they had done so; they looked just as ugly as before. Then I woke up.

(ESV)
but when they had eaten them no one would have known that they had eaten them, for they were still as ugly as at the beginning. Then I awoke.

Gen 41:27

(NIV)
The seven lean, ugly cows that came up afterwards are seven years, and so are the seven worthless ears of corn scorched by the east wind: they are seven years of famine.

(ESV)
The seven lean and ugly cows that came up after them are seven years, and the seven empty ears blighted by the east wind are also seven years of famine.

Gen 43:6

(NIV)
Israel asked, ‘Why did you bring this trouble on me by telling the man you had another brother?’

(ESV)
Israel said, “Why did you treat me so badly as to tell the man that you had another brother?”

Gen 44:4

(NIV)
They had not gone far from the city when Joseph said to his steward, ‘Go after those men at once, and when you catch up with them, say to them, “Why have you repaid good with evil?
(ESV)
They had gone only a short distance from the city. Now Joseph said to his steward, “Up, follow after the men, and when you overtake them, say to them, ‘Why have you repaid evil for good?

Gen 44:5

(NIV)
Isn’t this the cup my master drinks from and also uses for divination? This is a wicked thing you have done.”’

(ESV)
Is it not from this that my lord drinks, and by this that he practices divination? You have done evil in doing this.’”

Gen 44:29

(NIV)
If you take this one from me too and harm comes to him, you will bring my grey head down to the grave in misery.”

(ESV)
If you take this one also from me, and harm happens to him, you will bring down my gray hairs in evil to Sheol.’

Gen 44:34

(NIV)
How can I go back to my father if the boy is not with me? No! Do not let me see the misery that would come on my father.’

(ESV)
For how can I go back to my father if the boy is not with me? I fear to see the evil that would find my father.”

Gen 47:9

(NIV)
And Jacob said to Pharaoh, ‘The years of my pilgrimage are a hundred and thirty. My years have been few and difficult, and they do not equal the years of the pilgrimage of my fathers.’
(ESV)
And Jacob said to Pharaoh, “The days of the years of my sojourning are 130 years. Few and evil have been the days of the years of my life, and they have not attained to the days of the years of the life of my fathers in the days of their sojourning.”

Gen 48:16

(NIV)
the Angel who has delivered me from all harm
– may he bless these boys.
May they be called by my name
and the names of my fathers Abraham and Isaac,
and may they increase greatly
on the earth.’
(ESV)
the angel who has redeemed me from all evil, bless the boys;
and in them let my name be carried on, and the name of my fathers Abraham and Isaac;
and let them grow into a multitude in the midst of the earth.”

Gen 50:15

(NIV)
When Joseph’s brothers saw that their father was dead, they said, ‘What if Joseph holds a grudge against us and pays us back for all the wrongs we did to him?’
(ESV)
When Joseph’s brothers saw that their father was dead, they said, “It may be that Joseph will hate us and pay us back for all the evil that we did to him.”

Gen 50:17

(NIV)
“This is what you are to say to Joseph: I ask you to forgive your brothers the sins and the wrongs they committed in treating you so badly.” Now please forgive the sins of the servants of the God of your father.’ When their message came to him, Joseph wept.

(ESV)
Say to Joseph, “Please forgive the transgression of your brothers and their sin, because they did evil to you.”’ And now, please forgive the transgression of the servants of the God of your father.” Joseph wept when they spoke to him.

Gen 50:20

(NIV)
You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.
(ESV)
As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good, to bring it about that many people should be kept alive, as they are today.

Exod 5:19

(NIV)
The Israelite overseers realised they were in trouble when they were told, ‘You are not to reduce the number of bricks required of you for each day.’
(ESV)
The foremen of the people of Israel saw that they were in trouble when they said, “You shall by no means reduce your number of bricks, your daily task each day.”

Exod 5:22

(NIV)
Moses returned to the  Lord and said, ‘Why, Lord, why have you brought trouble on this people? Is this why you sent me?
(ESV)
Then Moses turned to the  Lord and said, “O Lord, why have you done evil to this people? Why did you ever send me?

Exod 5:23

(NIV)
Ever since I went to Pharaoh to speak in your name, he has brought trouble on this people, and you have not rescued your people at all.’

(ESV)
For since I came to Pharaoh to speak in your name, he has done evil to this people, and you have not delivered your people at all.”

Exod 10:10

(NIV)
Pharaoh said, ‘The  Lord be with you – if I let you go, along with your women and children! Clearly you are bent on evil.
(ESV)
But he said to them, “The  Lord be with you, if ever I let you and your little ones go! Look, you have some evil purpose in mind.

Exod 21:8

(NIV)
If she does not please the master who has selected her for himself, he must let her be redeemed. He has no right to sell her to foreigners, because he has broken faith with her.
(ESV)
If she does not please her master, who has designated her for himself, then he shall let her be redeemed. He shall have no right to sell her to a foreign people, since he has broken faith with her.

Exod 23:2

(NIV)
‘Do not follow the crowd in doing wrong. When you give testimony in a lawsuit, do not pervert justice by siding with the crowd,
(ESV)
You shall not fall in with the many to do evil, nor shall you bear witness in a lawsuit, siding with the many, so as to pervert justice,

Exod 32:12

(NIV)
Why should the Egyptians say, “It was with evil intent that he brought them out, to kill them in the mountains and to wipe them off the face of the earth”? Turn from your fierce anger; relent and do not bring disaster on your people.
(ESV)
Why should the Egyptians say, ‘With evil intent did he bring them out, to kill them in the mountains and to consume them from the face of the earth’? Turn from your burning anger and relent from this disaster against your people.

Exod 32:14

(NIV)
Then the  Lord relented and did not bring on his people the disaster he had threatened.

(ESV)
And the  Lord relented from the disaster that he had spoken of bringing on his people.

Exod 32:22

(NIV)
‘Do not be angry, my lord,’ Aaron answered. ‘You know how prone these people are to evil.
(ESV)
And Aaron said, “Let not the anger of my lord burn hot. You know the people, that they are set on evil.

Exod 33:4

(NIV)
When the people heard these distressing words, they began to mourn and no one put on any ornaments.
(ESV)
When the people heard this disastrous word, they mourned, and no one put on his ornaments.

Lev 5:4

(NIV)
or if anyone thoughtlessly takes an oath to do anything, whether good or evil (in any matter one might carelessly swear about) even though they are unaware of it, but then they learn of it and realise their guilt –
(ESV)
or if anyone utters with his lips a rash oath to do evil or to do good, any sort of rash oath that people swear, and it is hidden from him, when he comes to know it, and he realizes his guilt in any of these;

Lev 26:6

(NIV)
‘“I will grant peace in the land, and you will lie down and no one will make you afraid. I will remove wild beasts from the land, and the sword will not pass through your country.
(ESV)
I will give peace in the land, and you shall lie down, and none shall make you afraid. And I will remove harmful beasts from the land and the sword shall not go through your land.

Lev 27:10

(NIV)
They must not exchange it or substitute a good one for a bad one, or a bad one for a good one; if they should substitute one animal for another, both it and the substitute become holy.
(ESV)
He shall not exchange it or make a substitute for it, good for bad, or bad for good; and if he does in fact substitute one animal for another, then both it and the substitute shall be holy.

Lev 27:12

(NIV)
who will judge its quality as good or bad. Whatever value the priest then sets, that is what it will be.
(ESV)
and the priest shall value it as either good or bad; as the priest values it, so it shall be.

Lev 27:14

(NIV)
‘“If anyone dedicates their house as something holy to the  Lord, the priest will judge its quality as good or bad. Whatever value the priest then sets, so it will remain.
(ESV)
“When a man dedicates his house as a holy gift to the  Lord, the priest shall value it as either good or bad; as the priest values it, so it shall stand.

Lev 27:33

(NIV)
No one may pick out the good from the bad or make any substitution. If anyone does make a substitution, both the animal and its substitute become holy and cannot be redeemed.”’

(ESV)
One shall not differentiate between good or bad, neither shall he make a substitute for it; and if he does substitute for it, then both it and the substitute shall be holy; it shall not be redeemed.”

Num 11:1

(NIV)
Now the people complained about their hardships in the hearing of the  Lord, and when he heard them his anger was aroused. Then fire from the  Lord burned among them and consumed some of the outskirts of the camp.
(ESV)
And the people complained in the hearing of the  Lord about their misfortunes, and when the  Lord heard it, his anger was kindled, and the fire of the  Lord burned among them and consumed some outlying parts of the camp.

Num 11:10

(NIV)
Moses heard the people of every family wailing at the entrance to their tents. The  Lord became exceedingly angry, and Moses was troubled.
(ESV)
Moses heard the people weeping throughout their clans, everyone at the door of his tent. And the anger of the  Lord blazed hotly, and Moses was displeased.

Num 11:11

(NIV)
He asked the  Lord, ‘Why have you brought this trouble on your servant? What have I done to displease you that you put the burden of all these people on me?
(ESV)
Moses said to the  Lord, “Why have you dealt ill with your servant? And why have I not found favor in your sight, that you lay the burden of all this people on me?

Num 11:15

(NIV)
If this is how you are going to treat me, please go ahead and kill me right now – if I have found favour in your eyes – and do not let me face my own ruin.’

(ESV)
If you will treat me like this, kill me at once, if I find favor in your sight, that I may not see my wretchedness.”

Num 13:19

(NIV)
What kind of land do they live in? Is it good or bad? What kind of towns do they live in? Are they unwalled or fortified?
(ESV)
and whether the land that they dwell in is good or bad, and whether the cities that they dwell in are camps or strongholds,
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