and then 1 if he gets up and walks about 2 outside on his staff, then the one who struck him is innocent, except he must pay 3 for the injured person’s 4 loss of time 5 and see to it that he is fully healed.
Hezekiah had said to Isaiah, “What is the confirming sign that the Lord will heal me and that I will go up to the Lord’s temple the day after tomorrow?”
The light of the full moon will be like the sun’s glare and the sun’s glare will be seven times brighter, like the light of seven days, 1 when the Lord binds up his people’s fractured bones 2 and heals their severe wound. 3
מ (Mem) With what can I equate 1 you? To what can I compare you, O Daughter Jerusalem? To what can I liken you 2 so that 3 I might comfort you, O Virgin Daughter Zion? Your wound is as deep 4 as the sea. 5 Who can heal you? 6
Indeed, I am about to raise up a shepherd in the land who will not take heed to the sheep headed to slaughter, will not seek the scattered, and will not heal the injured. 1 Moreover, he will not nourish the one that is healthy but instead will eat the meat of the fat sheep 2 and tear off their hooves.