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It regards iron as straw and bronze as rotten wood.
It leaves a glistening wake behind it; one would think the deep had a head of white hair.
A person 1 plans his course, 2 but the Lord directs 3 his steps. 4
Even a fool who remains silent is considered 1 wise, and the one who holds his tongue is deemed discerning. 2
Do not audit the foremen who disburse the silver, for they are honest.” 1
How blessed is the one 1 whose wrongdoing the Lord does not punish, 2 in whose spirit there is no deceit. 3
In just a very short time 1 Lebanon will turn into an orchard, and the orchard will be considered a forest. 2
This desolation will continue until new life is poured out on us from heaven. 1 Then the desert will become an orchard and the orchard will be considered a forest. 2
The houses of villages, however, 1 which have no wall surrounding them 2 must be considered as the field 3 of the land; they will have the right of redemption and must revert in the jubilee.
He plans ways to sin while he lies in bed; he is committed to a sinful lifestyle; 1 he does not reject what is evil. 2
I am oppressed and needy! 1 May the Lord pay attention to me! 2 You are my helper and my deliverer! O my God, do not delay!
But he does not agree with this, his mind does not reason this way, 1 for his goal is to destroy, and to eliminate many nations. 2
Your thinking is perverse! 1 Should the potter be regarded as clay? 2 Should the thing made say 3 about its maker, “He didn’t make me”? Or should the pottery say about the potter, “He doesn’t understand”?
If some of the meat of his peace offering sacrifice is ever eaten on the third day it will not be accepted; it will not be accounted to the one who presented it, since it is spoiled, 1 and the person who eats from it will bear his punishment for iniquity. 2
but has not brought it to the entrance of the Meeting Tent 1 to present it as 2 an offering to the Lord before the tabernacle of the Lord. He has shed blood, so that man will be cut off from the midst of his people. 3
He said to the king, “Don’t think badly of me, my lord, and don’t recall the sin of your servant on the day when you, my lord the king, left 1 Jerusalem! 2 Please don’t call it to mind!
In a time of prosperity for the most productive areas of the province he will come and accomplish what neither his fathers nor their fathers accomplished. He will distribute loot, spoils, and property to his followers, and he will devise plans against fortified cities, but not for long. 1