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(63:19b) 1 If only you would tear apart the sky 2 and come down! The mountains would tremble 3 before you!
“They cry, 1 ‘Harvest time has come and gone, and the summer is over, 2 and still we have not been delivered.’
This ought not to be, 1 my sons! For the report that I hear circulating among the Lord’s people is not good.
If only you had obeyed my 1 commandments, prosperity would have flowed to you like a river, 2 deliverance would have come to you like the waves of the sea. 3
That is why the rains have been withheld, and the spring rains have not come. Yet in spite of this you are obstinate as a prostitute. 1 You refuse to be ashamed of what you have done.
The Lord commanded the enemy, 1 “March through the vineyards of Israel and Judah and ruin them. 2 But do not destroy them completely. Strip off their branches for these people do not belong to the Lord. 3
So 1 take warning, Jerusalem, or I will abandon you in disgust 2 and make you desolate, a place where no one can live.”
The Lord continued, 1 “In every town in the land I will purge them like straw blown away by the wind. 2 I will destroy my people. I will kill off their children. I will do so because they did not change their behavior. 3
“‘When a person sins 1 in that he hears a public curse against one who fails to testify 2 and he is a witness (he either saw or knew what had happened 3 ) and he does not make it known, 4 then he will bear his punishment for iniquity. 5
Certainly if the army had eaten some of the enemies’ provisions that they came across today, would not the slaughter of the Philistines have been even greater?”
The king of Israel said to Jehoshaphat, “Didn’t I tell you he does not prophesy prosperity for me, but disaster?”
Do not chase after other gods until your shoes wear out and your throats become dry. 1 But you say, ‘It is useless for you to try and stop me because I love those foreign gods 2 and want to pursue them!’
“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 will surely punish them for doing such things!” says the Lord. “I will surely bring retribution on such a nation as this!” 1
“These people have denied what the Lord says. 1 They have said, ‘That is not so! 2 No harm will come to us. We will not experience war and famine. 3
So tell them: ‘This is a nation that has not obeyed the Lord their God and has not accepted correction. Faithfulness is nowhere to be found in it. These people do not even profess it anymore. 1
The Lord said, “Jerusalem, 1 I will surely send you away for your own good. I will surely 2 bring the enemy upon you in a time of trouble and distress.
For did not you people of Moab laugh at the people of Israel? Did you think that they were nothing but thieves, 1 that you shook your head in contempt 2 every time you talked about them? 3
Rachel 1 said to her father, “Don’t be angry, 2 my lord. I cannot stand up 3 in your presence because I am having my period.” 4 So he searched thoroughly, 5 but did not find the idols.
So Jonathan spoke on David’s behalf 1 to his father Saul. He said to him, “The king should not sin against his servant David, for he has not sinned against you. On the contrary, his actions have been very beneficial 2 for you.