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They stalk 1 and lurk; 2 they watch my every step, 3 as 4 they prepare to take my life. 5
They wander around looking for something to eat; they refuse to sleep until they are full. 1
O Lord our God, you answered them. They found you to be a forgiving God, but also one who punished their sinful deeds. 1
They will perish, but you will endure. 1 They will wear out like a garment; like clothes you will remove them and they will disappear. 2
as the mountains rose up, and the valleys went down – to the place you appointed for them. 1
and ears, but cannot hear. Indeed, they cannot breathe. 1
Everything looks to you in anticipation, 1 and you provide them with food on a regular basis. 2
“How long will you simpletons 1 love naiveté? 2 How long 3 will mockers 4 delight 5 in mockery 6 and fools 7 hate knowledge?
I constructed pools of water for myself, to irrigate my grove 1 of flourishing trees.
So I considered 1 those who are dead and gone 2 more fortunate than those who are still alive. 3
Two people are better than one, because they can reap 1 more benefit 2 from their labor.
Turn your eyes away from me – they overwhelm 1 me! Your hair is like a flock of goats descending from Mount Gilead.
Egypt is totally incapable of helping. 1 For this reason I call her ‘Proud one 2 who is silenced.’” 3
They will be called, “The Holy People, the Ones Protected 1 by the Lord.” You will be called, “Sought After, City Not Abandoned.”
But they rebelled and offended 1 his holy Spirit, 2 so he turned into an enemy and fought against them.
Before they even call out, 1 I will respond; while they are still speaking, I will hear.
Has a nation ever changed its gods (even though they are not really gods at all)? But my people have exchanged me, their glorious God, 1 for a god that cannot help them at all! 2
The Lord commanded the enemy, 1 “March through the vineyards of Israel and Judah and ruin them. 2 But do not destroy them completely. Strip off their branches for these people do not belong to the Lord. 3
Yet even then 1 I will not completely destroy you,” says the Lord.
I reported, 1 “All of them are the most stubborn of rebels! 2 They are as hard as bronze or iron. They go about telling lies. They all deal corruptly.