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Nebuzaradan, captain of the royal guard, took them and brought them to the king of Babylon at Riblah.
Drinks 1 were served in golden containers, all of which differed from one another. Royal wine was available in abundance at the king’s expense.
if I have rejoiced because of the extent of my wealth, or because of the great wealth my hand had gained,
They are of greater value 1 than gold, than even a great amount of pure gold; they bring greater delight 2 than honey, than even the sweetest honey from a honeycomb.
You are the reason I offer praise 1 in the great assembly; I will fulfill my promises before the Lord’s loyal followers. 2
I have told the great assembly 1 about your justice. 2 Look! I spare no words! 3 O Lord, you know this is true.
Many people profess their loyalty, 1 but a faithful person 2 – who can find? 3
For with great wisdom comes 1 great frustration; whoever increases his 2 knowledge merely 3 increases his 4 heartache.
When he sees chariots, teams of horses, 1 riders on donkeys, riders on camels, he must be alert, very alert.”
Now King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon had issued orders concerning Jeremiah. He had passed them on through Nebuzaradan, the captain of his royal guard, 1
Nebuzaradan, the captain of the royal guard, took them and brought them to the king of Babylon at Riblah.
When I had returned, I noticed 1 a vast number of trees on the banks of the river, on both sides.
The king commanded 1 Ashpenaz, 2 who was in charge of his court officials, 3 to choose 4 some of the Israelites who were of royal and noble descent 5 –
King Belshazzar 1 prepared a great banquet 2 for a thousand of his nobles, and he was drinking wine in front of 3 them all. 4
“Then the king of the south 1 and one of his subordinates 2 will grow strong. His subordinate 3 will resist 4 him and will rule a kingdom greater than his. 5
Then Nergal-Sharezer of Samgar, Nebo-Sarsekim, who was a chief officer, Nergal-Sharezer, who was a high official, 1 and all the other officers of the king of Babylon came and set up quarters 2 in the Middle Gate. 3
But the land could 1 not support them while they were living side by side. 2 Because their possessions were so great, they were not able to live 3 alongside one another.
because they had too many possessions to be able to stay together and the land where they had settled 1 was not able to support them because of their livestock.
As for you, you meant to harm me, 1 but God intended it for a good purpose, so he could preserve the lives of many people, as you can see this day. 2
The Lord said to Moses, “Go down and solemnly warn 1 the people, lest they force their way through to the Lord to look, and many of them perish. 2