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A horse disappoints those who trust in it for victory; 1 despite its great strength, it cannot deliver.
He is not enamored with the strength of a horse, nor is he impressed by the warrior’s strong legs. 1
Then the king of Israel marched out and struck down the horses and chariots; he thoroughly defeated 1 Syria.
Archers 1 will not hold their ground; 2 fast runners will not save their lives, nor will those who ride horses. 3
This is the kind of plague that will devastate horses, mules, camels, donkeys, and all the other animals in those camps.
On that day the bells of the horses will bear the inscription “Holy to the Lord.” The cooking pots in the Lord’s temple 1 will be as holy as the bowls in front of the altar. 2
So they went and called out to the gatekeepers 1 of the city. They told them, “We entered the Syrian camp and there was no one there. We didn’t even hear a man’s voice. 2 But the horses and donkeys are still tied up, and the tents remain up.” 3
So the horseman 1 went to meet him and said, “This is what the king says, ‘Is everything all right?’” 2 Jehu replied, “None of your business! 3 Follow me.” The watchman reported, “The messenger reached them, but hasn’t started back.”
Then let this clothing and this horse be given to one of the king’s noble officials. Let him 1 then clothe the man whom the king wishes to honor, and let him lead him about through the plaza of the city on the horse, calling 2 before him, ‘So shall it be done to the man whom the king wishes to honor!’”
The king then said to Haman, “Go quickly! Take the clothing and the horse, just as you have described, and do as you just indicated to Mordecai the Jew who sits at the king’s gate. Don’t neglect 1 a single thing of all that you have said.”
So Haman took the clothing and the horse, and he clothed Mordecai. He led him about on the horse throughout the plaza of the city, calling before him, “So shall it be done to the man whom the king wishes to honor!”