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When 1 I hear a reproof that dishonors 2 me, then my understanding 3 prompts me to answer. 4
“Indeed, you have said in my hearing 1 (I heard the sound of the words!):
Take away from me your 1 noisy songs; I don’t want to hear the music of your stringed instruments. 2
It stands still, 1 but I cannot recognize 2 its appearance; an image is before my eyes, and I hear a murmuring voice: 3
But I am like a deaf man – I hear nothing; I am like a mute who cannot speak. 1
He decreed it as a regulation in Joseph, when he attacked the land of Egypt. 1 I heard a voice I did not recognize. 2
Before they even call out, 1 I will respond; while they are still speaking, I will hear.
“‘It then came about that just as I 1 cried out, but they would not obey, so they will cry out, but I will not listen,’ the Lord Lord who rules over all had said.
If you afflict them 1 in any way 2 and they cry to me, I will surely hear 3 their cry,
So I, the Lord, say this: 1 ‘I will soon bring disaster on them which they will not be able to escape! When they cry out to me for help, I will not listen to them.
While you were feeling secure I gave you warning. 1 But you said, “I refuse to listen to you.” That is the way you have acted from your earliest history onward. 2 Indeed, you have never paid attention to me.
Therefore I will act with fury! My eye will not pity them nor will I spare 1 them. When they have shouted in my ears, I will not listen to them.”
But Pharaoh said, “Who is the Lord 1 that 2 I should obey him 3 by releasing 4 Israel? I do not know the Lord, 5 and I will not release Israel!”
if my people, who belong to me, 1 humble themselves, pray, seek to please me, 2 and repudiate their sinful practices, 3 then I will respond 4 from heaven, forgive their sin, and heal their land. 5
I am presently eighty years old. Am I able to discern good and bad? Can I 1 taste what I eat and drink? Am I still able to hear the voices of male and female singers? Why should I 2 continue to be a burden to my lord the king?