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He summoned 1 the officers of the units of hundreds, the nobles, the rulers of the people, and all the people of land, and he then led the king down from the Lord’s temple. They entered the royal palace through the Upper Gate and seated the king on the royal throne.
It so happened that on the third day Esther put on her royal attire and stood in the inner court of the palace, 1 opposite the king’s quarters. 2 The king was sitting on his royal throne in the palace, opposite the entrance. 3
His dominion will be vast 1 and he will bring immeasurable prosperity. 2 He will rule on David’s throne and over David’s kingdom, 3 establishing it 4 and strengthening it by promoting justice and fairness, 5 from this time forward and forevermore. The Lord’s intense devotion to his people 6 will accomplish this.
“Fall down! Sit in the dirt, O virgin 1 daughter Babylon! Sit on the ground, not on a throne, O daughter of the Babylonians! Indeed, 2 you will no longer be called delicate and pampered.
At that time the city of Jerusalem 1 will be called the Lord’s throne. All nations will gather there in Jerusalem to honor the Lord’s name. 2 They will no longer follow the stubborn inclinations of their own evil hearts. 3
If you do this, 1 then the kings and princes who follow in David’s succession 2 and ride in chariots or on horses will continue to enter through these gates, as well as their officials and the people of Judah and the citizens of Jerusalem. 3 This city will always be filled with people. 4
The Lord says, “Enroll this man in the register as though he were childless. 1 Enroll him as a man who will not enjoy success during his lifetime. For none of his sons will succeed in occupying the throne of David or ever succeed in ruling over Judah.”
But just listen to what the Lord has to say about 1 the king who occupies David’s throne and all your fellow countrymen who are still living in this city of Jerusalem 2 and were not carried off into exile with you.
So the Lord says concerning King Jehoiakim of Judah, “None of his line will occupy the throne of David. 1 His dead body will be thrown out to be exposed to scorching heat by day and frost by night. 2
Now, O Lord, God of Israel, keep the promise you made to your servant, my father David, when you said, ‘You will never fail to have a successor ruling before me on the throne of Israel, 1 provided that your descendants watch their step and serve me as you have done.’ 2
Now, O Lord God of Israel, keep the promise you made to your servant, my father David, when you said, ‘You will never fail to have a successor ruling before me on the throne of Israel, 1 provided that your descendants watch their step and obey my law as you have done.’ 2