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I myself 1 have seen the fool 2 taking root, but suddenly I cursed his place of residence. 3
And 1 you will know 2 that your home 3 will be secure, 4 and when you inspect 5 your domains, you will not be missing 6 anything.
Fire resides in his tent; 1 over his residence burning sulfur is scattered.
For they have devoured Jacob and destroyed his home.
The Lord’s curse 1 is on the household 2 of the wicked, 3 but he blesses 4 the home 5 of the righteous. 6
There is desirable treasure and olive oil 1 in the dwelling of the wise, but a foolish person 2 devours all he has. 3
Do not lie in wait like the wicked 1 against the place where the righteous live; do not assault 2 his home.
My people will live in peaceful settlements, in secure homes, and in safe, quiet places. 1
The seacoast 1 will be used as pasture lands 2 by the shepherds and as pens for their flocks.
By your loyal love you will lead 1 the people whom 2 you have redeemed; you will guide 3 them by your strength to your holy dwelling place.
if you become 1 pure 2 and upright, 3 even now he will rouse himself 4 for you, and will restore 5 your righteous abode. 6
Kings leading armies run away – they run away! 1 The lovely lady 2 of the house divides up the loot.
Her fortresses will be overgrown with thorns; thickets and weeds will grow 1 in her fortified cities. Jackals will settle there; ostriches will live there. 2
The dry soil will become a pool of water, the parched ground springs of water. Where jackals once lived and sprawled out, grass, reeds, and papyrus will grow.
Sharon 1 will become a pasture for sheep, and the Valley of Achor 2 a place where cattle graze; 3 they will belong to my people, who seek me. 4
Just as lion cubs are born predators, 1 so Ephraim will bear his sons for slaughter.
In a good pasture I will feed them; the mountain heights of Israel will be their pasture. There they will lie down in a lush 1 pasture, and they will feed on rich grass on the mountains of Israel.
Then the king said to Zadok, “Take the ark of God back to the city. If I find favor in the Lord’s sight he will bring me back and enable me to see both it and his dwelling place again.
For the fortified city 1 is left alone; it is a deserted settlement and abandoned like the desert. Calves 2 graze there; they lie down there and eat its branches bare. 3
Then I myself will regather those of my people 1 who are still alive from all the countries where I have driven them. I will bring them back to their homeland. 2 They will greatly increase in number.