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Concerning my right, should I lie? 1 My wound 2 is incurable, although I am without transgression.’ 3
The human mind is more deceitful than anything else. It is incurably bad. 1 Who can understand it?
Moreover, 1 the Lord says to the people of Zion, 2 “Your injuries are incurable; your wounds are severe. 3
The day you begin cultivating, you do what you can to make it grow; 1 the morning you begin planting, you do what you can to make it sprout. Yet the harvest will disappear 2 in the day of disease and incurable pain.
Then Nathan went to his home. The Lord struck the child that Uriah’s wife had borne to David, and the child became very ill. 1
Why must I continually suffer such painful anguish? Why must I endure the sting of their insults like an incurable wound? Will you let me down when I need you like a brook one goes to for water, but that cannot be relied on?” 1
But I have not pestered you to bring disaster. 1 I have not desired the time of irreparable devastation. 2 You know that. You are fully aware of every word that I have spoken. 3
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.
For Samaria’s 1 disease 2 is incurable. It has infected 3 Judah; it has spread to 4 the leadership 5 of my people and has even contaminated Jerusalem! 6