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Your throne has been secure from ancient times; you have always been king. 1
The Lord created 1 me as the beginning 2 of his works, 3 before his deeds of long ago.
This is the message the Lord previously announced about Moab.
You are awesome! Yes, you! Who can withstand your intense anger? 1
The evergreens also rejoice over your demise, 1 as do the cedars of Lebanon, singing, 2 ‘Since you fell asleep, 3 no woodsman comes up to chop us down!’ 4
“I announced events beforehand, 1 I issued the decrees and made the predictions; 2 suddenly I acted and they came to pass.
Now they come into being, 1 not in the past; before today you did not hear about them, so you could not say, ‘Yes, 2 I know about them.’
Hail fell 1 and fire mingled 2 with the hail; the hail was so severe 3 that there had not been any like it 4 in all the land of Egypt since it had become a nation.
She asked, 1 ‘May I follow the harvesters and gather 2 grain among the bundles?’ 3 Since she arrived she has been working hard 4 from this morning until now 5 – except for 6 sitting 7 in the resting hut 8 a short time.” 9
Don’t panic! Don’t be afraid! 1 Did I not tell you beforehand and decree it? You are my witnesses! Is there any God but me? There is no other sheltering rock; 2 I know of none.
I announced them to you beforehand; before they happened, I predicted them for you, so you could never say, ‘My image did these things, my idol, my cast image, decreed them.’
From the time 1 Potiphar 2 appointed him over his household and over all that he owned, the Lord blessed 3 the Egyptian’s household for Joseph’s sake. The blessing of the Lord was on everything that he had, both 4 in his house and in his fields. 5
Then Moses said to the Lord, 1 “O 2 my Lord, 3 I am not an eloquent man, 4 neither in the past 5 nor since you have spoken to your servant, for I am slow of speech and slow of tongue.” 6
But you will be able to counter the advice of Ahithophel if you go back to the city and say to Absalom, ‘I will be your servant, O king! Previously I was your father’s servant, and now I will be your servant.’
Tell me! Present the evidence! 1 Let them consult with one another! Who predicted this in the past? Who announced it beforehand? Was it not I, the Lord? I have no peer, there is no God but me, a God who vindicates and delivers; 2 there is none but me.
You did not hear, you do not know, you were not told beforehand. 1 For I know that you are very deceitful; 2 you were labeled 3 a rebel from birth.
So now, look, the Lord has preserved my life, just as he promised, these past forty-five years since the Lord spoke these words to Moses, during which Israel traveled through the wilderness. Now look, I am today eighty-five years old.