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Even youths get tired and weary; even strong young men clumsily stumble. 1
Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Lord is an eternal God, the creator of the whole earth. 1 He does not get tired or weary; there is no limit to his wisdom. 2
But those who wait for the Lord’s help 1 find renewed strength; they rise up as if they had eagles’ wings, 2 they run without growing weary, they walk without getting tired.
A blacksmith works with his tool 1 and forges metal over the coals. He forms it 2 with hammers; he makes it with his strong arm. He gets hungry and loses his energy; 3 he drinks no water and gets tired.
You are like a wild female donkey brought up in the wilderness. In her lust she sniffs the wind to get the scent of a male. 1 No one can hold her back when she is in heat. None of the males need wear themselves out chasing after her. At mating time she is easy to find. 2
Then say, ‘In the same way Babylon will sink and never rise again because of the judgments 1 I am ready to bring upon her; they will grow faint.’” The prophecies of Jeremiah end here. 2
yes, while I was still praying, 1 the man Gabriel, whom I had seen previously 2 in a vision, was approaching me in my state of extreme weariness, 3 around the time of the evening offering.
Be sure of this! The Lord who commands armies has decreed: The nations’ efforts will go up in smoke; their exhausting work will be for nothing. 1
He approached the men of Succoth and said, “Look what I have! 1 Zebah and Zalmunna! You insulted me, saying, ‘You have not yet overpowered Zebah and Zalmunna. So why should we give bread to your exhausted men?’” 2
This is what the Lord who rules over all 1 says, “Babylon’s thick wall 2 will be completely demolished. 3 Her high gates will be set on fire. The peoples strive for what does not satisfy. 4 The nations grow weary trying to get what will be destroyed.” 5