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So I prophesied as I was commanded, and the breath came into them; they lived and stood on their feet, an extremely great army.
I will place my breath 1 in you and you will live; I will give you rest in your own land. Then you will know that I am the Lord – I have spoken and I will act, declares the Lord.’”
I will no longer hide my face from them, when I pour out my Spirit on the house of Israel, 1 declares the sovereign Lord.”
He measured it on all four sides. It had a wall around it, 875 feet long and 875 feet wide, to separate the holy and common places.
The male goat acted even more arrogantly. But no sooner had the large horn become strong than it was broken, and there arose four conspicuous horns 1 in its place, 2 extending toward the four winds of the sky. 3
They consult their wooden idols, and their diviner’s staff answers with an oracle. The wind of prostitution blows them astray; they commit spiritual adultery 1 against their God.
Their wicked deeds do not allow them to return to their God; because a spirit of idolatry 1 controls their heart, 2 and they do not acknowledge the Lord.
They sow the wind, and so they will reap the whirlwind! The stalk does not have any standing grain; it will not produce any flour. Even if it were to yield grain, foreigners would swallow it all up.
The time of judgment 1 is about to arrive! 2 The time of retribution 3 is imminent! 4 Let Israel know! 5 The prophet is considered a fool 6 – the inspired man 7 is viewed as a madman 8 – because of the multitude of your sins and your intense 9 animosity.
Ephraim continually feeds on the wind; he chases the east wind all day; he multiplies lies and violence. They make treaties 1 with Assyria, and send olive oil as tribute 2 to Egypt.
But 1 the Lord hurled 2 a powerful 3 wind on the sea. Such a violent 4 tempest arose on the sea that 5 the ship threatened to break up! 6
Does the family 1 of Jacob say, 2 ‘The Lord’s patience 3 can’t be exhausted – he would never do such things’? 4 To be sure, my commands bring a reward for those who obey them, 5
If a lying windbag should come and say, 1 ‘I’ll promise you blessings of wine and beer,’ 2 he would be just the right preacher for these people! 3
But I 1 am full of the courage that the Lord’s Spirit gives, and have a strong commitment to justice. 2 This enables me to confront Jacob with its rebellion, and Israel with its sin. 3
The one who says to wood, ‘Wake up!’ is as good as dead 1 – he who says 2 to speechless stone, ‘Awake!’ Can it give reliable guidance? 3 It is overlaid with gold and silver; it has no life’s breath inside it.
“You there! 1 Flee from the northland!” says the Lord, “for like the four winds of heaven 2 I have scattered you,” says the Lord.
The messenger replied, “These are the four spirits 1 of heaven that have been presenting themselves before the Lord of all the earth.
Then he cried out to me, “Look! The ones going to the northland have brought me 1 peace about the northland.” 2
The revelation of the word of the Lord concerning Israel: The Lord – he who stretches out the heavens and lays the foundations of the earth, who forms the human spirit within a person 1 – says,
“I hate divorce,” 1 says the Lord God of Israel, “and the one who is guilty of violence,” 2 says the Lord who rules over all. “Pay attention to your conscience, and do not be unfaithful.”