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3 Joanna (the wife of Herod’s servant Chuza), Susanna, and many others who provided for them out of their resources.
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2 His wife Susanna, Hilkiah’s daughter, was very beautiful and honored the Lord.
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7 When the people went away in the middle of the day, Susanna would walk around her husband’s private garden.
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15 When they were watching closely for the right moment, Susanna came by, just as she had the day before and the day before that, alone with her two female servants. She wanted to bathe in the privacy of the garden, since it was hot.
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22 Susanna groaned. “I’m trapped! If I do this, it’s death; but if I don’t, I still won’t escape your plotting.
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24 So Susanna screamed, and at the same time the two elders called out.
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26 When people in the house heard the shouting in the garden, they ran out through the side doors to see what had happened to Susanna.
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27 When the two elders had their say, the servants were very ashamed because nothing like this had ever been said about Susanna.
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28 The next day when the people came to her husband Joakim, the two elders came too, full of their immoral scheme to have Susanna killed. They said in front of the people,
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29 “Call Susanna, Hilkiah’s daughter, who is married to Joakim.” So they called her in.