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yet you 1 hate what is good, 2 and love what is evil. 3 You flay my people’s skin 4 and rip the flesh from their bones. 5
He turned away from them and wept. When he turned around and spoke to them again, 1 he had Simeon taken 2 from them and tied up 3 before their eyes.
So David again asked God what he should do. 1 This time 2 God told him, “Don’t march up after them; circle around them and come against them in front of the trees. 3
I will break Assyria 1 in my land, I will trample them 2 underfoot on my hills. Their yoke will be removed from my people, the burden will be lifted from their shoulders. 3
You 1 devour my people’s flesh, strip off their skin, and crush their bones. You chop them up like flesh in a pot 2 – like meat in a kettle.
Before he could reply I asked again, “What are these two extensions 1 of the olive trees, which are emptying out the golden oil through the two golden pipes?”
Only do not rebel against the Lord, and do not fear the people of the land, for they are bread for us. 1 Their protection 2 has turned aside from them, but the Lord is with us. Do not fear them!”
King Ahaz took off the frames of the movable stands, and removed the basins from them. He took “The Sea” 1 down from the bronze bulls that supported it 2 and put it on the pavement.
Now the Ammonites, Moabites, and men from Mount Seir are coming! 1 When Israel came from the land of Egypt, you did not allow them to invade these lands. 2 They bypassed them and did not destroy them.
He ordered the altars of the Baals to be torn down, 1 and broke the incense altars that were above them. He smashed the Asherah poles, idols and images, crushed them up and sprinkled the dust over the tombs of those who had sacrificed to them.
“Due to your great compassion you did not abandon them in the desert. The pillar of cloud did not stop guiding them in the path by day, 1 nor did the pillar of fire stop illuminating for them by night the path on which they should travel.
The sailors were so afraid that each cried out 1 to his own god 2 and they flung 3 the ship’s cargo 4 overboard 5 to make the ship lighter. 6 Jonah, meanwhile, 7 had gone down 8 into the hold 9 below deck, had lain down, and was sound asleep.
The Lord then said to me, “Throw to the potter that exorbitant sum 1 at which they valued me!” So I took the thirty pieces of silver and threw them to the potter 2 at the temple 3 of the Lord.