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Assyria, the club I use to vent my anger, is as good as dead, 1 a cudgel with which I angrily punish. 2
and my anger will burn and I will kill you with the sword, and your wives will be widows and your children will be fatherless. 1
So now, leave me alone 1 so that my anger can burn against them and I can destroy them, and I will make from you a great nation.”
For the sake of my reputation 1 I hold back my anger; for the sake of my prestige 2 I restrain myself from destroying you. 3
O Samaria, he has rejected your calf idol! My anger burns against them! They will not survive much longer without being punished, 1 even though they are Israelites!
“I will heal their waywardness 1 and love them freely, 2 for my anger will turn 3 away from them.
Then my anger will be fully vented; I will exhaust my rage on them, and I will be appeased. 1 Then they will know that I, the Lord, have spoken in my jealousy 2 when I have fully vented my rage against them.
The end is now upon you, and I will release my anger against you; I will judge 1 you according to your behavior, 2 I will hold you accountable for 3 all your abominable practices.
Soon now I will pour out my rage 1 on you; I will fully vent my anger against you. I will judge you according to your behavior. I will hold you accountable for all your abominable practices.
I cannot carry out 1 my fierce anger! I cannot totally destroy Ephraim! Because I am God, and not man – the Holy One among you – I will not come in wrath!
At that time 1 my anger will erupt against them 2 and I will abandon them and hide my face from them until they are devoured. Many disasters and distresses will overcome 3 them 4 so that they 5 will say at that time, ‘Have not these disasters 6 overcome us 7 because our 8 God is not among us 9 ?’
After the Lord had spoken these things to Job, he 1 said to Eliphaz the Temanite, “My anger is stirred up 2 against you and your two friends, because you have not spoken about me what is right, 3 as my servant Job has.
So,” the Lord God 1 says, “my raging fury will be poured out on this land. 2 It will be poured out on human beings and animals, on trees and crops. 3 And it will burn like a fire which cannot be extinguished.”
This will happen because 1 the people of this city have aroused my anger and my wrath since the time they built it until now. 2 They have made me so angry that I am determined to remove 3 it from my sight.
I will make the people of Elam terrified of their enemies, who are seeking to kill them. I will vent my fierce anger and bring disaster upon them,” 1 says the Lord. 2 “I will send armies chasing after them 3 until I have completely destroyed them.
But they rebelled against me, and refused to listen to me; no one got rid of their detestable idols, 1 nor did they abandon the idols of Egypt. Then I decided to pour out 2 my rage on them and fully vent my anger against them in the midst of the land of Egypt.
“‘But the children 1 rebelled against me, did not follow my statutes, did not observe my regulations by carrying them out (the one who obeys 2 them will live by them), and desecrated my Sabbaths. I decided to pour out 3 my rage on them and fully vent my anger against them in the wilderness.
Therefore you must wait patiently 1 for me,” says the Lord, “for the day when I attack and take plunder. 2 I have decided 3 to gather nations together and assemble kingdoms, so I can pour out my fury on them – all my raging anger. For 4 the whole earth will be consumed by my fiery anger.
I am enraged at the shepherds and will punish the lead-goats. For the Lord who rules over all has brought blessing to his flock, the house of Judah, and will transform them into his majestic warhorse.
For 1 the Lord God of Israel who rules over all 2 says, ‘If you go to Egypt, I will pour out my wrath on you just as I poured out my anger and wrath on the citizens of Jerusalem. 3 You will become an object of horror and ridicule, an example of those who have been cursed and that people use in pronouncing a curse. 4 You will never see this place again.’ 5