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But the Lord was unwilling to destroy Judah. He preserved Judah for the sake of 1 his servant David to whom he had promised a perpetual dynasty. 2
So when Rehoboam 1 humbled himself, the Lord relented from his anger and did not annihilate him; 2 Judah experienced some good things. 3
But once he became powerful, his pride destroyed him. 1 He disobeyed 2 the Lord his God. He entered the Lord’s temple to offer incense on the incense altar.
They burned down the Lord’s temple and tore down the wall of Jerusalem. 1 They burned all its fortified buildings and destroyed all its valuable items.
ח (Khet) The Lord was determined to tear down Daughter Zion’s wall. He prepared to knock it down; 1 he did not withdraw his hand from destroying. 2 He made the ramparts and fortified walls lament; together they mourned their ruin. 3
David said to Abner, “Aren’t you a man? After all, who is like you in Israel? Why then haven’t you protected your lord the king? One of the soldiers came to kill your lord the king.
But the Lord was unwilling to destroy David’s dynasty 1 because of the promise 2 he had made to give David a perpetual dynasty. 3
Why do you forget 1 the Lord, who made you, who stretched out the sky 2 and founded the earth? Why do you constantly tremble all day long 3 at the anger of the oppressor, when he makes plans to destroy? Where is the anger of the oppressor? 4