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He and his people with him, the most terrifying of the nations, 1 will be brought there to destroy the land. They will draw their swords against Egypt, and fill the land with corpses.
All the birds of the sky nested in its boughs; under its branches all the beasts of the field gave birth, in its shade all the great 1 nations lived.
Those who lived in its shade, its allies 1 among the nations, also went down with it to Sheol, to those killed by the sword.
By the swords of the mighty warriors I will cause your hordes to fall – all of them are the most terrifying among the nations. They will devastate the pride of Egypt, and all its hordes will be destroyed.
“Son of man, wail 1 over the horde of Egypt. Bring it down; 2 bring 3 her 4 and the daughters of powerful nations down to the lower parts of the earth, along with those who descend to the pit.
I am against you,” declares the Lord who commands armies. 1 “I will strip off your clothes! 2 I will show your nakedness to the nations and your shame to the kingdoms;
Because you robbed many countries, 1 all who are left among the nations 2 will rob you. You have shed human blood and committed violent acts against lands, cities, 3 and those who live in them.
He takes his battle position 1 and shakes 2 the earth; with a mere look he frightens 3 the nations. The ancient mountains disintegrate; 4 the primeval hills are flattened. He travels on the ancient roads. 5
“I destroyed 1 nations; their walled cities 2 are in ruins. I turned their streets into ruins; no one passes through them. Their cities are desolate; 3 no one lives there. 4
For I will drive out 1 the nations before you and enlarge your borders; no one will covet 2 your land when you go up 3 to appear before the Lord your God three times 4 in the year.
For the Lord your God will bless you just as he has promised; you will lend to many nations but will not borrow from any, and you will rule over many nations but they will not rule over you.
The Lord will open for you his good treasure house, the heavens, to give you rain for the land in its season and to bless all you do; 1 you will lend to many nations but you will not borrow from any.
Who is like your people, Israel, a unique nation 1 on the earth? Their God 2 went 3 to claim 4 a nation for himself and to make a name for himself! You did great and awesome acts for your land, 5 before your people whom you delivered for yourself from the Egyptian empire and its gods. 6
And who is like your people, Israel, a unique nation 1 in the earth? Their God 2 went to claim 3 a nation for himself! You made a name for yourself by doing great and awesome deeds 4 when you drove out 5 nations before your people whom you had delivered from the Egyptian empire and its gods. 6
For the fields of Heshbon are dried up, as well as the vines of Sibmah. The rulers of the nations trample all over its vines, which reach Jazer and spread to the desert; their shoots spread out and cross the sea.
This is what the Lord says to his chosen 1 one, to Cyrus, whose right hand I hold 2 in order to subdue nations before him, and disarm kings, 3 to open doors before him, so gates remain unclosed:
he says, “Is it too insignificant a task for you to be my servant, to reestablish the tribes of Jacob, and restore the remnant 1 of Israel? 2 I will make you a light to the nations, 3 so you can bring 4 my deliverance to the remote regions of the earth.”
This is what the sovereign Lord says: “Look I will raise my hand to the nations; I will raise my signal flag to the peoples. They will bring your sons in their arms and carry your daughters on their shoulders.
For this is what the Lord says: “Look, I am ready to extend to her prosperity that will flow like a river, the riches of nations will flow into her like a stream that floods its banks. 1 You will nurse from her breast 2 and be carried at her side; you will play on her knees.
“I thought to myself, 1 ‘Oh what a joy it would be for me to treat you like a son! 2 What a joy it would be for me to give 3 you a pleasant land, the most beautiful piece of property there is in all the world!’ 4 I thought you would call me, ‘Father’ 5 and would never cease being loyal to me. 6