Deuteronomy 19:17; Deuteronomy 21:5; 2 Chronicles 19:8; 2 Chronicles 19:10; Psalm 122:5; Jeremiah 18:18; Haggai 2:11; Malachi 2:7

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Deuteronomy 19:17

17 then both parties to the dispute shall appear before the Lord, dbefore the priests and the judges who are in office in those days.

Deuteronomy 21:5

Then the priests, the sons of Levi, shall come forward, for the Lord your God has chosen athem to minister to him and to bless in the name of the Lord, and bby their word every dispute and every assault shall be settled.

2 Chronicles 19:8

Moreover, in Jerusalem Jehoshaphat bappointed certain Levites and priests and heads of families of Israel, yto give judgment for the Lord and to decide disputed cases. They had their seat at Jerusalem.

2 Chronicles 19:10

10 ewhenever a case comes to you from your brothers who live in their cities, concerning bloodshed, law or commandment, statutes or rules, then you shall warn them, that they may not incur guilt before the Lord and fwrath may not come upon you and your brothers. Thus you shall do, and you will not incur guilt.

Psalm 122:5

There lthrones for judgment were set,

the thrones of the house of David.

Jeremiah 18:18

18 Then they said, pCome, let us make plots against Jeremiah, qfor the law shall not perish from the priest, nor counsel from the wise, nor the word from the prophet. rCome, let us strike him with the tongue, and let us not pay attention to any of his words.

Haggai 2:11

11 Thus says the Lord of hosts: vAsk the priests about the law:

Malachi 2:7

For mthe lips of a priest should guard knowledge, and people1 should seek instruction from his mouth, for he is the messenger of the Lord of hosts.