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His people have been unfaithful 1 to him; they have not acted like his children 2 – this is their sin. 3 They are a perverse 4 and deceitful generation.
He spares a person’s life from corruption, 1 his very life from crossing over 2 the river.
and if 1 God 2 is gracious to him and says, ‘Spare 3 him from going down to the place of corruption, I have found a ransom for him,’ 4
to turn back his life from the place of corruption, that he may be enlightened with the light of life.
in order to protect him from times of trouble, 1 until the wicked are destroyed. 2
The one who digs a pit 1 will fall into it; the one who rolls a stone – it will come back on him.
You will not abandon me 1 to Sheol; 2 you will not allow your faithful follower 3 to see 4 the Pit. 5
“What 1 profit is there in taking my life, 2 in my descending into the Pit? 3 Can the dust of the grave 4 praise you? Can it declare your loyalty? 5
I did not harm them, but they hid a net to catch me and dug a pit to trap me. 1
The Lord spoke to Moses: “Go quickly, descend, 1 because your 2 people, whom you brought up from the land of Egypt, have acted corruptly.
But you, O God, will bring them 1 down to the deep Pit. 2 Violent and deceitful people 3 will not live even half a normal lifespan. 4 But as for me, I trust in you.
You will not be buried with them, 1 because you destroyed your land and killed your people. The offspring of the wicked will never be mentioned again.
Come down from your place of honor; sit on the dry ground, 1 you who live in Dibon. 2 For the one who will destroy Moab will attack you; he will destroy your fortifications.
ה (He) The Lord, 1 like an enemy, destroyed 2 Israel. He destroyed 3 all her palaces; he ruined her 4 fortified cities. He made everyone in Daughter Judah mourn and lament. 5
ו (Vav) He destroyed his temple 1 as if it were a vineyard; 2 he destroyed his appointed meeting place. The Lord has made those in Zion forget both the festivals and the Sabbaths. 3 In his fierce anger 4 he has spurned 5 both king and priest.
Your heart was proud because of your beauty; you corrupted your wisdom on account of your splendor. I threw you down to the ground; I placed you before kings, that they might see you.
Lot looked up and saw 1 the whole region 2 of the Jordan. He noticed 3 that all of it was well-watered (before the Lord obliterated 4 Sodom and Gomorrah) 5 like the garden of the Lord, like the land of Egypt, 6 all the way to Zoar.
And he said to me, “Get up, go down at once from here because your people whom you brought out of Egypt have sinned! They have quickly turned from the way I commanded them and have made for themselves a cast metal image.” 1