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The Lord decided not to do this. 1 “It will not happen,” the Lord said.
The people regretted what had happened to 1 Benjamin because the Lord had weakened 2 the Israelite tribes.
The king longed 1 to go to Absalom, for he had since been consoled over the death of Amnon. 2
The sons of Hodiah’s wife, the sister of Naham: the father of Keilah the Garmite, and Eshtemoa the Maacathite.
In unison give a joyful shout, O ruins of Jerusalem! For the Lord consoles his people; he protects 1 Jerusalem.
The Lord decided not to do this. 1 The sovereign Lord said, “This will not happen either.”
Certainly the Lord will console Zion; he will console all her ruins. He will make her wilderness like Eden, her desert like the Garden of the Lord. Happiness and joy will be restored to 1 her, thanksgiving and the sound of music.
Shout for joy, O sky! 1 Rejoice, O earth! Let the mountains give a joyful shout! For the Lord consoles his people and shows compassion to the 2 oppressed.
May that man be like the cities 1 that the Lord destroyed without showing any mercy. May he hear a cry of distress in the morning and a battle cry at noon.
Will I deliver them from the power of Sheol? No, I will not! 1 Will I redeem them from death? No, I will not! O Death, bring on your plagues! 2 O Sheol, bring on your destruction! 3 My eyes will not show any compassion! 4
1 When Pharaoh released 2 the people, God did not lead them 3 by the way to the land 4 of the Philistines, 5 although 6 that was nearby, for God said, 7 “Lest 8 the people change their minds 9 and return to Egypt when they experience war.”
Until the day he 1 died Samuel did not see Saul again. Samuel did, however, mourn for Saul, but the Lord regretted that he had made Saul king over Israel.
I have listened to them very carefully, 1 but they do not speak honestly. None of them regrets the evil he has done. None of them says, “I have done wrong!” 2 All of them persist in their own wayward course 3 like a horse charging recklessly into battle.