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Do you not know? Do you not hear? Has it not been told to you since the very beginning? Have you not understood from the time the earth’s foundations were made?
O Lord, do I not hate those who hate you, and despise those who oppose you? 1
All this is because of Jacob’s rebellion and 1 the sins of the nation 2 of Israel. How has Jacob rebelled, you ask? 3 Samaria epitomizes their rebellion! 4 Where are Judah’s pagan worship centers, you ask? 5 They are right in Jerusalem! 6
Do we not all have one father? 1 Did not one God create us? Why do we betray one another, in this way making light of the covenant of our ancestors?
David replied, “What have I done now? Can’t I say anything?” 1
Do not those who devise 1 evil go astray? But those who plan good exhibit 2 faithful covenant love. 3
Even now you say to me, ‘You are my father! 1 You have been my faithful companion ever since I was young.
Hasn’t he treated us like foreigners? He not only sold us, but completely wasted 1 the money paid for us! 2
If we do so, 1 won’t their livestock, their property, and all their animals become ours? So let’s consent to their demand, so they will live among us.”
He said to them, “Now what have I accomplished compared to you? Even Ephraim’s leftover grapes 1 are better quality than Abiezer’s harvest! 2
When they came back, Elisha 1 was staying in Jericho. He said to them, “Didn’t I tell you, ‘Don’t go’?”
In just a very short time 1 Lebanon will turn into an orchard, and the orchard will be considered a forest. 2
You have heard; now look at all the evidence! 1 Will you not admit that what I say is true? 2 From this point on I am announcing to you new events that are previously unrevealed and you do not know about. 3
You have brought all this on yourself, Israel, 1 by deserting the Lord your God when he was leading you along the right path. 2
But I am not really the one being troubled!” 1 says the Lord. “Rather they are bringing trouble on themselves to their own shame! 2
He upheld the cause of the poor and needy. So things went well for Judah.’ 1 The Lord says, ‘That is a good example of what it means to know me.’ 2
My message is like a fire that purges dross! 1 It is like a hammer that breaks a rock in pieces! 2 I, the Lord, so affirm it! 3
When the wall has collapsed, people will ask you, “Where is the whitewash you coated it with?”
Do I actually delight in the death of the wicked, declares the sovereign Lord? Do I not prefer that he turn from his wicked conduct and live?
When your people 1 say to you, ‘Will you not tell us what these things mean?’