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Then the Lord became 1 zealous for his land; he had compassion on his people.
Whether it is for punishment 1 for his land, or whether it is for mercy, he causes it to find its mark. 2
Look, I will take control of his mind; 1 he will receive 2 a report and return to his own land. I will cut him down 3 with a sword in his own land.”’”
But after I have uprooted the people of those nations, I will relent 1 and have pity on them. I will restore the people of each of those nations to their own lands 2 and to their own country.
Then the king of the north 1 will return to his own land with much property. His mind will be set against the holy covenant. He will take action, and then return to his own land.
Kill all the farmers who sow the seed in the land of Babylon. Kill all those who wield the sickle at harvest time. 1 Let all the foreigners return to their own people. Let them hurry back to their own lands to escape destruction by that enemy army. 2
Foreigners living there will say, 1 ‘We tried to heal her, but she could not be healed. Let’s leave Babylonia 2 and each go back to his own country. For judgment on her will be vast in its proportions. It will be like it is piled up to heaven, stacked up into the clouds.’ 3
Israel was a fertile vine that yielded fruit. As his fruit multiplied, he multiplied altars to Baal. 1 As his land prospered, they adorned the fertility pillars.
The Lord sent a messenger 1 and he wiped out all the soldiers, princes, and officers in the army of the king of Assyria. So Sennacherib 2 returned home humiliated. 3 When he entered the temple of his god, some of his own sons 4 struck him down with the sword.
“The Lord God of Israel says, ‘Give a message to the king of Judah who sent you to ask me to help him. 1 Tell him, “The army of Pharaoh that was on its way to help you will go back home to Egypt. 2