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For he did not despise or detest the suffering 1 of the oppressed; 2 he did not ignore him; 3 when he cried out to him, he responded. 4
Then they will not be like their ancestors, who were a stubborn and rebellious generation, a generation that was not committed and faithful to God. 1
Yet he is compassionate. He forgives sin and does not destroy. He often holds back his anger, and does not stir up his fury. 1
A song of ascents, 2 by David. O Lord, my heart is not proud, nor do I have a haughty look. 3 I do not have great aspirations, or concern myself with things that are beyond me. 4
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.
From the soles of your feet to your head, there is no spot that is unharmed. 1 There are only bruises, cuts, and open wounds. They have not been cleansed 2 or bandaged, nor have they been treated 3 with olive oil. 4
No one will live there again; no one will ever reside there again. 1 No bedouin 2 will camp 3 there, no shepherds will rest their flocks 4 there.
Be ashamed, O Sidon, for the sea 1 says this, O fortress of the sea: “I have not gone into labor or given birth; I have not raised young men or brought up young women.” 2
“The rebellious 1 children are as good as dead,” 2 says the Lord, “those who make plans without consulting me, 3 who form alliances without consulting my Spirit, 4 and thereby compound their sin. 5
The Egyptians are mere humans, not God; their horses are made of flesh, not spirit. The Lord will strike with 1 his hand; the one who helps will stumble and the one being helped will fall. Together they will perish. 2
But those who wait for the Lord’s help 1 find renewed strength; they rise up as if they had eagles’ wings, 2 they run without growing weary, they walk without getting tired.
Who handed Jacob over to the robber? Who handed Israel over to the looters? 1 Was it not the Lord, against whom we sinned? They refused to follow his commands; they disobeyed his law. 2
So he poured out his fierce anger on them, along with the devastation 1 of war. Its flames encircled them, but they did not realize it; 2 it burned against them, but they did notice. 3
He feeds on ashes; 1 his deceived mind misleads him. He cannot rescue himself, nor does he say, ‘Is this not a false god I hold in my right hand?’ 2
They will not be hungry or thirsty; the sun’s oppressive heat will not beat down on them, 1 for one who has compassion on them will guide them; he will lead them to springs of water.
He sprouted up like a twig before God, 1 like a root out of parched soil; 2 he had no stately form or majesty that might catch our attention, 3 no special appearance that we should want to follow him. 4
He was treated harshly and afflicted, 1 but he did not even open his mouth. Like a lamb led to the slaughtering block, like a sheep silent before her shearers, he did not even open his mouth. 2
They lament, 1 ‘Why don’t you notice when we fast? Why don’t you pay attention when we humble ourselves?’ Look, at the same time you fast, you satisfy your selfish desires, 2 you oppress your workers. 3
For look, I am ready to create new heavens and a new earth! 1 The former ones 2 will not be remembered; no one will think about them anymore. 3
Because of this the land will mourn and the sky above will grow black. 1 For I have made my purpose known 2 and I will not relent or turn back from carrying it out.” 3