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They rejected the fruitful land; 1 they did not believe his promise. 2
Her conquerors cry out: 1 “Plunder the silver! Plunder the gold!” There is no end to the treasure; riches of every kind of precious thing.
Jehoram was thirty-two years old when he became king and he reigned eight years in Jerusalem. No one regretted his death; 1 he was buried in the City of David, 2 but not in the royal tombs.
Hezekiah was very wealthy and greatly respected. He made storehouses for his silver, gold, precious stones, spices, and all his other valuable possessions. 1
Wail and cry out in anguish, you rulers! Roll in the dust, you who shepherd flocks of people! 1 The time for you to be slaughtered has come. You will lie scattered and fallen like broken pieces of fine pottery. 2
‘Rather, I will sweep them away in a storm into all the nations they are not familiar with.’ Thus the land had become desolate because of them, with no one crossing through or returning, for they had made the fruitful 1 land a waste.”
“I thought to myself, 1 ‘Oh what a joy it would be for me to treat you like a son! 2 What a joy it would be for me to give 3 you a pleasant land, the most beautiful piece of property there is in all the world!’ 4 I thought you would call me, ‘Father’ 5 and would never cease being loyal to me. 6
Even though he flourishes like a reed plant, 1 a scorching east wind will come, a wind from the Lord rising up from the desert. As a result, his spring will dry up; 2 his well will become dry. That wind 3 will spoil all his delightful foods in the containers in his storehouse.