Thematic Bible




Thematic Bible



There shall be olive trees for you in all of your territory, but you shall not anoint [yourself], for your olives shall drop off.

Wash, anoint yourself, put your clothing on, and go down to the threshing floor. Do not make yourself known to the man until he finishes eating and drinking.

When the turn came for each girl to go to King Ahasuerus, after the end of twelve months of being under the regulations of the women--for the days of their beauty treatments had to be filled, six months with the oil of myrrh and six months with perfumes and women's cosmetics--

But you have exalted my horn like [that of] a wild ox; you have anointed me with fresh oil.


Let a righteous one strike me in kindness, and let him chasten me. [It is] oil for [my] head; let not my head refuse. For still my prayer [is] against their evil deeds.


[In] restraining her, he restrains wind, and his right hand will grasp oil.


As fragrance, {your perfumes} [are] {delightful}; your name is poured out {perfume}; therefore young women love you.

How beautiful is your love, my sister bride! How better is your love than wine, and the fragrance of your oils than any spice!

And you climbed down to the king with oil, and you made your perfumes numerous, and you sent your envoys {far away}, and you {sent down deep} to Sheol.

[Alas for those] who drink from sprinkling bowls of wine and anoint themselves with the best of olive oils and are not grieved over the ruin of Joseph.

You yourself will sow, but you will not reap; you will tread olives, but you will not anoint yourself with oil; [you will tread] grapes, but you will not drink wine.


Let a righteous one strike me in kindness, and let him chasten me. [It is] oil for [my] head; let not my head refuse. For still my prayer [is] against their evil deeds.



Let a righteous one strike me in kindness, and let him chasten me. [It is] oil for [my] head; let not my head refuse. For still my prayer [is] against their evil deeds.




And I replied a second [time] and asked him, "What [are] these two twigs of olive trees on the right of the lampstand and on its left?"


Let a righteous one strike me in kindness, and let him chasten me. [It is] oil for [my] head; let not my head refuse. For still my prayer [is] against their evil deeds.


Let a righteous one strike me in kindness, and let him chasten me. [It is] oil for [my] head; let not my head refuse. For still my prayer [is] against their evil deeds.




And I replied a second [time] and asked him, "What [are] these two twigs of olive trees on the right of the lampstand and on its left?"



And have you completely forgotten the exhortation which instructs you as sons? "My son, do not make light of the Lord's discipline, or give up [when you] are corrected by him.

Let a righteous one strike me in kindness, and let him chasten me. [It is] oil for [my] head; let not my head refuse. For still my prayer [is] against their evil deeds.




A rebuke strikes him who understands deeper than one hundred blows to a fool.

Better to listen to [the] rebuke of [the] wise than for a man to listen to [the] song of fools.


Let a righteous one strike me in kindness, and let him chasten me. [It is] oil for [my] head; let not my head refuse. For still my prayer [is] against their evil deeds.


Let a righteous one strike me in kindness, and let him chasten me. [It is] oil for [my] head; let not my head refuse. For still my prayer [is] against their evil deeds.