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You thoroughly defeated Edom 1 and it has gone to your head! 2 Gloat over your success, 3 but stay in your palace. Why bring calamity on yourself? Why bring down yourself and Judah along with you?” 4
Make the hearts of these people calloused; make their ears deaf and their eyes blind! Otherwise they might see with their eyes and hear with their ears, their hearts might understand and they might repent and be healed.” 1
Now and then 1 there would be something wrong 2 with the pot he was molding from the clay 3 with his hands. So he would rework 4 the clay into another kind of pot as he saw fit. 5
But if that nation I threatened stops doing wrong, 1 I will cancel the destruction 2 I intended to do to it.
For the king of the north will again muster an army, one larger than before. At the end of some years he will advance with a huge army and enormous supplies.
Those who are left from the kingdom of Judah 1 will take possession of it. 2 By the sea 3 they 4 will graze, in the houses of Ashkelon they will lie down in the evening, for the Lord their God will intervene for them 5 and restore their prosperity. 6
Then God said to Jacob, “Go up at once 1 to Bethel 2 and live there. Make an altar there to God, who appeared to you when you fled from your brother Esau.” 3
The Lord would speak to Moses face to face, 1 the way a person speaks 2 to a friend. Then Moses 3 would return to the camp, but his servant, Joshua son of Nun, a young man, did not leave the tent. 4
If he has not prospered enough to refund 1 a balance to him, then what he sold 2 will belong to 3 the one who bought it until the jubilee year, but it must revert 4 in the jubilee and the original owner 5 may return to his property.
For the Lord your God walks about in the middle of your camp to deliver you and defeat 1 your enemies for you. Therefore your camp should be holy, so that he does not see anything indecent 2 among you and turn away from you.
Then the king said to Ittai the Gittite, “Why should you come with us? Go back and stay with the new 1 king, for you are a foreigner and an exile from your own country. 2
If these people go up to offer sacrifices in the Lord’s temple in Jerusalem, 1 their loyalty could shift to their former master, 2 King Rehoboam of Judah. They might kill me and return to King Rehoboam of Judah.”
So I, the Lord, tell you not to be afraid, you descendants of Jacob, my servants. 1 Do not be terrified, people of Israel. For I will rescue you and your descendants from a faraway land where you are captives. 2 The descendants of Jacob will return to their land and enjoy peace. They will be secure and no one will terrify them. 3
1 “You descendants of Jacob, my servants, 2 do not be afraid; do not be terrified, people of Israel. For I will rescue you and your descendants from the faraway lands where you are captives. 3 The descendants of Jacob will return to their land and enjoy peace. They will be secure and no one will terrify them.
Before Jeremiah could turn to leave, the captain of the guard added, “Go back 1 to Gedaliah, the son of Ahikam and grandson of Shaphan, whom the king of Babylon appointed to govern 2 the towns of Judah. Go back and live with him 3 among the people. Or go wherever else you choose.” Then the captain of the guard gave Jeremiah some food and a present and let him go.