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Jeremiah 50:6

Context
NET ©

“My people have been lost sheep. Their shepherds 1  have allow them to go astray. They have wandered around in the mountains. They have roamed from one mountain and hill to another. 2  They have forgotten their resting place.

NIV ©

"My people have been lost sheep; their shepherds have led them astray and caused them to roam on the mountains. They wandered over mountain and hill and forgot their own resting place.

NASB ©

"My people have become lost sheep; Their shepherds have led them astray. They have made them turn aside on the mountains; They have gone along from mountain to hill And have forgotten their resting place.

NLT ©

"My people have been lost sheep. Their shepherds have led them astray and turned them loose in the mountains. They have lost their way and cannot remember how to get back to the fold.

MSG ©

"My people were lost sheep. Their shepherds led them astray. They abandoned them in the mountains where they wandered aimless through the hills. They lost track of home, couldn't remember where they came from.

BBE ©

My people have been wandering sheep: their keepers have made them go out of the right way, turning them loose on the mountains: they have gone from mountain to hill, having no memory of their resting-place.

NRSV ©

My people have been lost sheep; their shepherds have led them astray, turning them away on the mountains; from mountain to hill they have gone, they have forgotten their fold.

NKJV ©

"My people have been lost sheep. Their shepherds have led them astray; They have turned them away on the mountains. They have gone from mountain to hill; They have forgotten their resting place.


KJV
My people
<05971>
hath been lost
<06> (8802)
sheep
<06629>_:
their shepherds
<07462> (8802)
have caused them to go astray
<08582> (8689)_,
they have turned them away
<07725> (8790) (8675) <07726>
[on] the mountains
<02022>_:
they have gone
<01980> (8804)
from mountain
<02022>
to hill
<01389>_,
they have forgotten
<07911> (8804)
their restingplace
<07258>_.
{restingplace: Heb. place to lie down in}
NASB ©
"My people
<05971>
have become
<01961>
lost
<06>
sheep
<06629>
; Their shepherds
<07462>
have led
<08582>
them astray
<08582>
. They have made them turn
<07725>
aside
<07725>
on the mountains
<02022>
; They have gone
<01980>
along from mountain
<02022>
to hill
<01389>
And have forgotten
<07911>
their resting
<07258>
place
<07258>
.
HEBREW
Mubr
<07258>
wxks
<07911>
wklh
<01980>
hebg
<01389>
la
<0413>
rhm
<02022>
*Mwbbws {Mybbws}
<07726>
Myrh
<02022>
Mweth
<08582>
Mhyer
<07462>
yme
<05971>
*wyh {hyh}
<01961>
twdba
<06>
Nau (50:6)
<06629>
LXXM
(27:6) probata
<4263
N-NPN
apolwlota {V-RAPNP} egenhyh
<1096
V-API-3S
o
<3588
T-NSM
laov
<2992
N-NSM
mou
<1473
P-GS
oi
<3588
T-NPM
poimenev
<4166
N-NPM
autwn
<846
D-GPM
exwsan
<1856
V-AAI-3P
autouv
<846
D-APM
epi
<1909
PREP
ta
<3588
T-APN
orh
<3735
N-APN
apeplanhsan
<635
V-AAI-3P
autouv
<846
D-APM
ex
<1537
PREP
orouv
<3735
N-GSN
epi
<1909
PREP
bounon
<1015
N-ASM
wconto {V-IMI-3P} epelayonto {V-AMI-3P} koithv
<2845
N-GSF
autwn
<846
D-GPM
NET © [draft] ITL
“My people
<05971>
have been
<01961>
lost
<06>
sheep
<06629>
. Their shepherds
<07462>
have allow them to go astray
<08582>
. They have wandered around
<01980>
in the mountains
<02022>
. They have roamed from
<07726>
one mountain
<02022>
and hill
<01389>
to
<0413>
another. They have forgotten
<07911>
their resting place
<07258>
.
NET ©

“My people have been lost sheep. Their shepherds 1  have allow them to go astray. They have wandered around in the mountains. They have roamed from one mountain and hill to another. 2  They have forgotten their resting place.

NET © Notes

sn The shepherds are the priests, prophets, and leaders who have led Israel into idolatry (2:8).

sn The allusion here, if it is not merely a part of the metaphor of the wandering sheep, is to the worship of the false gods on the high hills (2:20, 3:2).



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