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I opened for my beloved, but my lover had already turned 1 and gone away. 2 I fell into despair 3 when he departed. 4 I looked for him but did not find him; I called him but he did not answer me.
The look on their faces 1 testifies to their guilt; 2 like the people of Sodom they openly boast of their sin. 3 Too bad for them! 4 For they bring disaster on themselves.
Look what’s coming! A charioteer, a team of horses.” 1 When questioned, he replies, 2 “Babylon has fallen, fallen! All the idols of her gods lie shattered on the ground!”
For people will live in Zion; in Jerusalem 1 you will weep no more. 2 When he hears your cry of despair, he will indeed show you mercy; when he hears it, he will respond to you. 3
The oppressed and the poor look for water, but there is none; their tongues are parched from thirst. I, the Lord, will respond to their prayers; 1 I, the God of Israel, will not abandon them.
They put it on their shoulder and carry it; they put it in its place and it just stands there; it does not 1 move from its place. Even when someone cries out to it, it does not reply; it does not deliver him from his distress.
This is what the Lord says: “At the time I decide to show my favor, I will respond to you; in the day of deliverance I will help you; I will protect you 1 and make you a covenant mediator for people, 2 to rebuild 3 the land 4 and to reassign the desolate property.
Then you will call out, and the Lord will respond; you will cry out, and he will reply, ‘Here I am.’ You must 1 remove the burdensome yoke from among you and stop pointing fingers and speaking sinfully.
Then the Lord said to me, 1 “When you tell them all this, they will not listen to you. When you call out to them, they will not respond to you.
Then I said, 1 “O Lord, intervene for the honor of your name 2 even though our sins speak out against us. 3 Indeed, 4 we have turned away from you many times. We have sinned against you.
So I, Jeremiah, tell you, 1 “Each of you people should say to his friend or his relative, ‘How did the Lord answer? Or what did the Lord say?’ 2
Then Jeremiah replied to all the people, both men and women, who responded to him in this way. 1
The arrogance of Israel testifies against him, yet they refuse to return to the Lord their God! In spite of all this they refuse to seek him!
O Ephraim, I do not want to have anything to do 1 with idols anymore! I will answer him and care for him. I am like 2 a luxuriant cypress tree; 3 your fruitfulness comes from me! 4
Amos replied 1 to Amaziah, “I was not a prophet by profession. 2 No, 3 I was a herdsman who also took care of 4 sycamore fig trees. 5
and said, “I 1 called out to the Lord from my distress, and he answered me; 2 from the belly of Sheol 3 I cried out for help, and you heard my prayer. 4
Someday these sinners will cry to the Lord for help, 1 but he will not answer them. He will hide his face from them at that time, because they have done such wicked deeds.”
Then Haggai asked, “If a person who is ritually unclean because of touching a dead body 1 comes in contact with one of these items, will it become unclean?” The priests answered, “It will be unclean.”
The riders then agreed with the angel of the Lord, 1 who was standing among the myrtle trees, “We have been walking about on the earth, and now everything is at rest and quiet.”
He replied, “Don’t you know what these are?” So I responded, “No, sir.”