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“Be strong and brave! Don’t be afraid and don’t panic 1 because of the king of Assyria and this huge army that is with him! We have with us one who is stronger than those who are with him. 2
He built royal cities 1 and owned a large number of sheep and cattle, for God gave him a huge amount of possessions.
There were no restrictions on the drinking, 1 for the king had instructed all of his supervisors 2 that they should do as everyone so desired. 3
Moreover, keep me from committing flagrant 1 sins; do not allow such sins to control me. 2 Then I will be blameless, and innocent of blatant 3 rebellion.
How great is your favor, 1 which you store up for your loyal followers! 2 In plain sight of everyone you bestow it on those who take shelter 3 in you. 4
I have not failed to tell about your justice; 1 I spoke about your reliability and deliverance; I have not neglected to tell the great assembly about your loyal love and faithfulness. 2
It is lofty and pleasing to look at, 1 a source of joy to the whole earth. 2 Mount Zion resembles the peaks of Zaphon; 3 it is the city of the great king.
Our ancestors in Egypt failed to appreciate your miraculous deeds, they failed to remember your many acts of loyal love, and they rebelled at the sea, by the Red Sea. 1
“Of what importance to me are your many sacrifices?” 1 says the Lord. “I am stuffed with 2 burnt sacrifices of rams and the fat from steers. The blood of bulls, lambs, and goats I do not want. 3
1 There is a loud noise on the mountains – it sounds like a large army! 2 There is great commotion among the kingdoms 3 – nations are being assembled! The Lord who commands armies is mustering forces for battle.
On every high mountain and every high hill there will be streams flowing with water, at the time of 1 great slaughter when the fortified towers collapse.
The chief adviser then stood there and called out loudly in the Judahite dialect, 1 “Listen to the message of the great king, the king of Assyria.
When the chief adviser heard the king of Assyria had departed from Lachish, he left and went to Libnah, where the king was campaigning. 1
One who argues with his creator is in grave danger, 1 one who is like a mere 2 shard among the other shards on the ground! The clay should not say to the potter, 3 “What in the world 4 are you doing? Your work lacks skill!” 5
Who is this who comes from Edom, 1 dressed in bright red, coming from Bozrah? 2 Who 3 is this one wearing royal attire, 4 who marches confidently 5 because of his great strength? “It is I, the one who announces vindication, and who is able to deliver!” 6
All your allies have abandoned you. 1 They no longer have any concern for you. For I have attacked you like an enemy would. I have chastened you cruelly. For your wickedness is so great and your sin is so much. 2
Why do you complain about your injuries, that your pain is incurable? I have done all this to you because your wickedness is so great and your sin is so much.
The captain of the royal guard took Jeremiah aside and said to him, “The Lord your God threatened this place with this disaster.
Therefore the Lord says, “I will stand up for your cause. I will pay the Babylonians back for what they have done to you. 1 I will dry up their sea. I will make their springs run dry. 2
The whole Babylonian army that came with the captain of the royal guard tore down the walls that surrounded Jerusalem.