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He told his servant, “Go on up and look in the direction of the sea.” So he went on up, looked, and reported, “There is nothing.” 1 Seven times Elijah sent him to look. 2
So the kings of Israel, Judah, and Edom 1 set out together. They wandered around on the road for seven days and finally ran out of water for the men and animals they had with them.
He did what the Lord approved 1 and followed in his ancestor David’s footsteps; 2 he did not deviate to the right or the left.
I called for a fast there by the Ahava Canal, so that we might humble ourselves before our God and seek from him a safe journey 1 for us, our children, and all our property.
Give sincere homage! 1 Otherwise he 2 will be angry, 3 and you will die because of your behavior, 4 when his anger quickly ignites. 5 How blessed 6 are all who take shelter in him! 7
He plans ways to sin while he lies in bed; he is committed to a sinful lifestyle; 1 he does not reject what is evil. 2
May I hear about your loyal love in the morning, 1 for I trust in you. Show me the way I should go, 2 because I long for you. 3
A thoroughfare will be there – it will be called the Way of Holiness. 1 The unclean will not travel on it; it is reserved for those authorized to use it 2 – fools 3 will not stray into it.
“Look, I am about to do something new. Now it begins to happen! 1 Do you not recognize 2 it? Yes, I will make a road in the desert and paths 3 in the wilderness.
Did you not dry up the sea, the waters of the great deep? Did you not make 1 a path through the depths of the sea, so those delivered from bondage 2 could cross over?
Come through! Come through the gates! Prepare the way for the people! Build it! Build the roadway! Remove the stones! Lift a signal flag for the nations!
“At that time the people of Judah and Jerusalem 1 will be told, ‘A scorching wind will sweep down from the hilltops in the desert on 2 my dear people. 3 It will not be a gentle breeze for winnowing the grain and blowing away the chaff. 4
I thought, “Surely it is only the ignorant poor who act this way. 1 They act like fools because they do not know what the Lord demands. 2 They do not know what their God requires of them. 3
The Lord says, “Do not start following pagan religious practices. 1 Do not be in awe of signs that occur 2 in the sky even though the nations hold them in awe.
Lord, you have always been fair whenever I have complained to you. 1 However, I would like to speak with you about the disposition of justice. 2 Why are wicked people successful? 3 Why do all dishonest people have such easy lives?
Yet my people have forgotten me and offered sacrifices to worthless idols! This makes them stumble along in the way they live and leave the old reliable path of their fathers. 1 They have left them to walk in bypaths, in roads that are not smooth and level. 2
I will say, 1 ‘My dear children of Israel, 2 keep in mind the road you took when you were carried off. 3 Mark off in your minds the landmarks. Make a mental note of telltale signs marking the way back. Return, my dear children of Israel. Return to these cities of yours.
They will ask the way to Zion; they will turn their faces toward it. They will come 1 and bind themselves to the Lord in a lasting covenant that will never be forgotten. 2
ס (Samek) He rounded up 1 all my mighty ones; 2 The Lord 3 did this 4 in 5 my midst. He summoned an assembly 6 against me to shatter my young men. The Lord has stomped like grapes 7 the virgin daughter, Judah. 8
ד (Dalet) He prepared his bow 1 like an enemy; his right hand was ready to shoot. 2 Like a foe he killed everyone, even our strong young men; 3 he has poured out his anger like fire on the tent 4 of Daughter Zion.