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For how can I watch the calamity that will befall my people, and how can I watch the destruction of my relatives?” 1
For the calamity from God was a terror to me, 1 and by reason of his majesty 2 I was powerless.
Your knowledge is beyond my comprehension; it is so far beyond me, I am unable to fathom it. 1
I am not able to bear this entire people alone, 1 because it 2 is too heavy for me!
I also said to you at that time, “I am no longer able to sustain you by myself.
If you think, “These nations are more numerous than I – how can I dispossess them?”
Even my close friend 1 whom I trusted, he who shared meals with me, has turned against me. 2
I will destroy anyone who slanders his neighbor in secret. I will not tolerate anyone who has a cocky demeanor and an arrogant attitude. 1
Then Jeremiah told Baruch, “I am no longer allowed to go 1 into the Lord’s temple.
All your fortifications will be like fig trees 1 with first-ripe fruit: 2 If they are shaken, 3 their figs 4 will fall 5 into the mouth of the eater! 6
The guardian said, “Then I am unable to redeem it, for I would ruin my own inheritance 1 in that case. You may exercise my redemption option, for I am unable to redeem it.” 2
Run there quickly, 1 for I cannot do anything until you arrive there.” (This incident explains why the town was called Zoar.) 2
“Look, a nation has come out 1 of Egypt, and it covers the face of the earth. Come now and put a curse on them for me; perhaps I will be able to defeat them 2 and drive them out.” 3
Balak said to Balaam, “Did I not send again and again 1 to you to summon you? Why did you not come to me? Am I not able to honor you?” 2
If he is able to fight with me and strike me down, we will become your servants. But if I prevail against him and strike him down, you will become our servants and will serve us.”
But he replied, “I can’t go back with you 1 or eat and drink 2 with you in this place.
So I sent messengers to them saying, “I am engaged in 1 an important work, and I am unable to come down. Why should the work come to a halt when I leave it to come down to you?”
Do not bring any more meaningless 1 offerings; I consider your incense detestable! 2 You observe new moon festivals, Sabbaths, and convocations, but I cannot tolerate sin-stained celebrations! 3
Sometimes I think, “I will make no mention of his message. I will not speak as his messenger 1 any more.” But then 2 his message becomes like a fire locked up inside of me, burning in my heart and soul. 3 I grow weary of trying to hold it in; I cannot contain it.
נ (Nun) My sins are bound around my neck like a yoke; 1 they are fastened together by his hand. He has placed his yoke 2 on my neck; 3 he has sapped my strength. 4 The Lord 5 has handed me over 6 to those whom I cannot resist.