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3Q1 Ezekiel

Language: Hebrew

Date: 30 B.C. 68 A.D.

Location: Qumran Cave 3

Contents: Ezekiel 16:31, 33

 

Ezekiel 16

31 in that you build your vaulted place at the head of every way, and make your lofty place in every street, and have not been as a prostitute, in that you scorn pay.

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33 People give gifts to all prostitutes; but you give your gifts to all your lovers, and bribe them, that they may come to you on every side for your prostitution.

 

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