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If I forget you, O Jerusalem, may my right hand be crippled! 1
Can a woman forget her baby who nurses at her breast? 1 Can she withhold compassion from the child she has borne? 2 Even if mothers 3 were to forget, I could never forget you! 4
Does a young woman forget to put on her jewels? Does a bride forget to put on her bridal attire? But my people have forgotten me for more days than can even be counted.
You have forgotten 1 the Rock who fathered you, and put out of mind the God who gave you birth.
My kinsmen have failed me; my friends 1 have forgotten me. 2
They forgot what he had done, 1 the amazing things he had shown them.
They quickly forgot what he had done; 1 they did not wait for his instructions. 2
They rejected 1 the God who delivered them, the one who performed great deeds in Egypt,
I find delight 1 in your statutes; I do not forget your instructions. 2
The ropes of the wicked tighten around 1 me, but I do not forget your law.
My life is in continual danger, 1 but I do not forget your law.
My zeal 1 consumes 2 me, for my enemies forget your instructions. 3
I am insignificant and despised, yet I do not forget your precepts.
“Zion said, ‘The Lord has abandoned me, the sovereign master 1 has forgotten me.’
Why do you keep on forgetting 1 us? Why do you forsake us so long?
How long will they go on plotting 1 to make my people forget who I am 2 through the dreams they tell one another? That is just as bad as what their ancestors 3 did when they forgot who I am by worshiping the god Baal. 4
You have destroyed 1 my people by failing to acknowledge me! Because you refuse to acknowledge me, 2 I will reject you as my priests. Because you reject 3 the law of your God, I will reject 4 your descendants.
But the chief cupbearer did not remember Joseph – he forgot him. 1
Such is the destiny 1 of all who forget God; the hope of the godless 2 perishes,
If I say, 1 ‘I will 2 forget my complaint, I will change my expression 3 and be cheerful,’ 4