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They will no longer injure or destroy on my entire royal mountain. 1 For there will be universal submission to the Lord’s sovereignty, just as the waters completely cover the sea. 2
1 On a bare hill raise a signal flag, shout to them, wave your hand, so they might enter the gates of the princes!
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.
When you cry out for help, let your idols 1 help you! The wind blows them all away, 2 a breeze carries them away. 3 But the one who looks to me for help 4 will inherit the land and will have access to 5 my holy mountain.”
But as for you who abandon the Lord and forget about worshiping at 1 my holy mountain, who prepare a feast for the god called ‘Fortune,’ 2 and fill up wine jugs for the god called ‘Destiny’ 3 –
Say to it, ‘This is what the sovereign Lord says: “‘Look, I am against you, Mount Seir; I will stretch out my hand against you and turn you into a desolate ruin.
By means of divine visions 1 he brought me to the land of Israel and placed me on a very high mountain, 2 and on it was a structure like a city, to the south.
While I was still speaking and praying, confessing my sin and the sin of my people Israel and presenting my request before the LORD my God concerning his holy mountain 1 –
You will be convinced 1 that I the Lord am your God, dwelling on Zion, my holy mountain. Jerusalem 2 will be holy – conquering armies 3 will no longer pass through it.
For just as you 1 have drunk 2 on my holy mountain, so all the nations will drink continually. 3 They will drink, and they will gulp down; they will be as though they had never been.
The people of the Negev 1 will take possession 2 of Esau’s mountain, and the people of the Shephelah 3 will take possession 4 of the land of 5 the Philistines. They will also take possession of the territory of Ephraim and the territory of Samaria, and the people of Benjamin will take possession 6 of Gilead. 7
In the future 1 the Lord’s Temple Mount will be the most important mountain of all; 2 it will be more prominent than other hills. 3 People will stream to it.
“What are you, you great mountain? 1 Because of Zerubbabel you will become a level plain! And he will bring forth the temple 2 capstone with shoutings of ‘Grace! Grace!’ 3 because of this.”
The Lord says, ‘I have returned to Zion and will live within Jerusalem. 1 Now Jerusalem will be called “truthful city,” “mountain of the Lord who rules over all,” “holy mountain.”’
All the people, 1 rulers, 2 leaders, and judges were standing on either side of the ark, in front of the Levitical priests who carried the ark of the covenant of the Lord. Both resident foreigners and native Israelites were there. 3 Half the people stood in front of Mount Gerizim and the other half in front of Mount Ebal, as Moses the Lord’s servant had previously instructed to them to do for the formal blessing ceremony. 4
Now Moses 1 was shepherding the flock of his father-in-law Jethro, the priest of Midian, and he led the flock to the far side of the desert 2 and came to the mountain of God, to Horeb. 3
Moses said to the Lord, “The people are not able to come up to Mount Sinai, because you solemnly warned us, 1 ‘Set boundaries for the mountain and set it apart.’” 2
So Moses 1 cut out two tablets of stone like the first; 2 early in the morning he went up 3 to Mount Sinai, just as the Lord had commanded him, and he took in his hand the two tablets of stone.
Aaron the priest ascended Mount Hor at the command 1 of the Lord, and he died there in the fortieth year after the Israelites had come out of the land of Egypt on the first day of the fifth month.
Get up now, 1 resume your journey, heading for 2 the Amorite hill country, to all its areas 3 including the arid country, 4 the highlands, the Shephelah, 5 the Negev, 6 and the coastal plain – all of Canaan and Lebanon as far as the Great River, that is, the Euphrates.