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1 At that time Jeroboam’s son Abijah became sick.
You will lie down with 1 no one to make you afraid, and many will seek your favor. 2
I seek your favor 1 with all my heart. Have mercy on me as you promised! 2
Rich people from Tyre 1 will seek your favor by bringing a gift. 2
Then I said, “I am sickened by the thought that the sovereign One 1 might become inactive. 2
Hope 1 deferred 2 makes the heart sick, 3 but a longing fulfilled 4 is like 5 a tree of life.
Many people entreat the favor 1 of a generous person, 2 and everyone is the friend 3 of the person who gives gifts. 4
Sustain 1 me with raisin cakes, 2 refresh me with apples, 3 for I am faint with love. 4 The Double Refrain: Embracing and Adjuration
This is the prayer of King Hezekiah of Judah when he was sick and then recovered from his illness:
Moreover, 1 the Lord says to the people of Zion, 2 “Your injuries are incurable; your wounds are severe. 3
I will strike you brutally 1 and destroy you because of your sin.
When Saul sent messengers to arrest David, she said, “He’s sick.”
In his pain 1 Manasseh 2 asked the Lord his God for mercy 3 and truly 4 humbled himself before the God of his ancestors. 5
Archers shot King Josiah; the king ordered his servants, “Take me out of this chariot, 1 for I am seriously wounded.”
When they were sick, I wore sackcloth, 1 and refrained from eating food. 2 (If I am lying, may my prayers go unanswered!) 3
You will say, 1 “They have struck me, but I am not harmed! They beat me, but I did not know it! 2 When will I awake? I will look for another drink.” 3
Here is 1 a misfortune 2 on earth 3 that I have seen: Wealth hoarded by its owner to his own misery.
All of them respond to you, saying: ‘You too have become weak like us! You have become just like us!
The day you begin cultivating, you do what you can to make it grow; 1 the morning you begin planting, you do what you can to make it sprout. Yet the harvest will disappear 2 in the day of disease and incurable pain.
No resident of Zion 1 will say, “I am ill”; the people who live there will have their sin forgiven.