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Mark 6:26
And the king was exceedingly sorry, yet for his oath’s sake and for their sakes who sat with him, he would not reject her.
And the king was exceeding sorry; but for the sake of his oaths, and of them that sat at meat, he would not reject her.
The king was deeply grieved, but because of his oaths and his dinner guests [who might have regarded him as weak], he was unwilling to [break his word and] refuse her.
And the king was deeply pained and grieved and exceedingly sorry, but because of his oaths and his guests, he did not want to slight her [by breaking faith with her].
And the king was exceeding sorry; yet for his oath’s sake, and for their sakes which sat with him, he would not reject her.
Although the king was upset, because of his solemn pledge and his guests, he didn’t want to refuse her.
Herod was appalled; but out of regard for the oaths he had sworn before his dinner guests, he did not want to break his word to her.
The king was very sorry for what he had said. But he did not want to break the promise he had made in front of his guests.
And the king, [while] made very sorry, on account of the oaths and those lying at table with [him] would not break his word with her.
And the king, having become deeply-grieved, did not want to reject her because of the oaths and the ones reclining-back [to eat].
And the king was struck sad. Yet because of his oath, and because of them that were with him at table, he would not displease her:
King Herod was very sad, but he didn’t want to break the promise he had made to her in front of his guests.
And the king was exceedingly sorry, but because of his oaths and his guests he did not want to break his word to her.
And the king was exceedingly sorry, but because of his oaths and his guests he did not want to break his word to her.
Although the king was very ·sad [sorry; grieved; distressed], he had made a promise, and his dinner guests had heard it. So he did not want to refuse what she asked.
Then the King was very sorry: yet for his oath’s sake, and for their sakes which sat at table with him, he would not refuse her.
The king deeply regretted his promise. But because of his oath and his guests, he didn’t want to refuse her.
This made the king very sad, but he could not refuse her because of the vows he had made in front of all his guests.
Though the king was deeply distressed, because of his oaths and the guests he did not want to refuse her.
The king was very sad. But he had promised to give the girl anything she wanted. And the people eating there with him had heard his promise. So Herod could not refuse what she asked.
The king was deeply saddened, yet because of his oaths and his guests he was reluctant to refuse her.
Herod was aghast, but because of his oath and the presence of his guests, he did not like to refuse her. So he sent one of the palace guardsman straightaway to bring him John’s head. He went off and beheaded him in the prison, brought back his head on the dish, and gave it to the girl who handed it to her mother. When his disciples heard what had happened, they came and took away the body and put it in a tomb.”
And the king was exceeding sorry, yet for his oath’s sake and for the sakes of those who sat with him, he would not reject her.
And the king was exceeding sorry; yet for his oath's sake, and for their sakes which sat with him, he would not reject her.
And the king was exceeding sorry; yet for his oath’s sake, and for their sakes which sat with him, he would not reject her.
And although he was deeply grieved, the king, because of his oaths and dinner guests, did not want to refuse her.
Then the king was sorry, but he was embarrassed to break his oath in front of his guests.
That sobered the king up fast. But unwilling to lose face with his guests, he caved in and let her have her wish. The king sent the executioner off to the prison with orders to bring back John’s head. He went, cut off John’s head, brought it back on a platter, and presented it to the girl, who gave it to her mother. When John’s disciples heard about this, they came and got the body and gave it a decent burial.
The king was extremely sorrowful. Yet for the sake of his oath and those who sat with him, he would not reject her.
· The king became very sad, but because of what he had promised with an oath, and because of his dinner guests, he did not want to refuse her request.
The king deeply regretted his promise. But because of his oath and his guests, he didn’t want to refuse her.
The king was deeply distressed, but because of his oaths and the guests he did not wish to break his word to her.
And although the king was very sorry, yet because of his oaths and because of his dinner guests, he was unwilling to refuse her.
Although the king was very sad, he had made a promise, and his dinner guests had heard it. So he did not want to refuse what she asked.
Although it grieved the king deeply, he did not want to reject her request because of his oath and his guests.
The king was very upset. But he thought about his promise and his dinner guests. So he did not want to say no to the girl.
The king was greatly distressed, but because of his oaths and his dinner guests, he did not want to refuse her.
The king was greatly distressed, but because of his oaths and his dinner guests, he did not want to refuse her.
And the king was exceedingly sorry; yet, because of the oaths and because of those who sat with him, he did not want to refuse her.
Herod was very sorry. He had to do it because of his promise and because of those who ate with him.
Then the king deeply regretted what he had said; but because of the vows he had made in front of his guests, he couldn’t refuse her.
The king was deeply grieved; yet out of regard for his oaths and for the guests, he did not want to refuse her.
The king was deeply grieved; yet out of regard for his oaths and for the guests, he did not want to refuse her.
The king was deeply grieved; yet out of regard for his oaths and for the guests, he did not want to refuse her.
The king was deeply grieved; yet out of regard for his oaths and for the guests, he did not want to refuse her.
The king was distraught. But his oaths on the one hand, and his guests on the other, meant he hadn’t the guts to refuse her.
And having become very sad, the king, on account of his shevuah and on account of the ones reclining at the seudah [with him], was unwilling to refuse her.
And the king was exceedingly sorry; but because of his oaths and his guests he did not want to break his word to her.
And the king was exceedingly sorry; but because of his oaths and his guests he did not want to break his word to her.
The king became very sorrowful; but because of his oaths and those reclining with him, he didn’t want to refuse her.
Herod was horrified, but he had sworn an oath and could not break his word in front of his invited guests.
The king was exceedingly sorry, but for the sake of his oaths, and of his dinner guests, he didn’t wish to refuse her.
The king was very sorry. But he had made a promise and all the people at the feast had heard him promise. He wanted to do what he promised her.
And the king was sorry for the oath, and for men that sat together at the meat he would not make her sorry [and for men sitting together at the meat he would not make her heavy, or sorry];
And the king -- made very sorrowful -- because of the oaths and of those reclining (at meat) with him, would not put her away,
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