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What is bent 1 cannot be straightened, 2 and what is missing 3 cannot be supplied. 4
“If someone 1 should attempt 2 a word with you, will you be impatient? 3 But who can refrain from speaking 4 ?
Eli’s eyes had begun to fail, so that he was unable to see well. At that time he was lying down in his place,
Consider the work of God: For who can make straight what he has bent?
This is what the king says: ‘Don’t let Hezekiah mislead you, for he is not able to rescue you!
But the wicked are like a surging sea that is unable to be quiet; its waves toss up mud and sand.
King Zedekiah said to them, “Very well, you can do what you want with him. 1 For I cannot do anything to stop you.” 2
And I will make your descendants like the dust of the earth, so that if anyone is able to count the dust of the earth, then your descendants also can be counted. 1
We said to my lord, ‘The boy cannot leave his father. If he leaves his father, his father 1 will die.’ 2
Now Israel’s eyes were failing 1 because of his age; he was not able to see well. So Joseph 2 brought his sons 3 near to him, and his father 4 kissed them and embraced them.
The residents of Beth Shemesh asked, “Who is able to stand before the Lord, this holy God? To whom will the ark 1 go up from here?”
If he is able to fight with me and strike me down, we will become your servants. But if I prevail against him and strike him down, you will become our servants and will serve us.”
This is what the king says: ‘Don’t let Hezekiah mislead you, for he is not able to rescue you from my hand! 1
Yes, 1 he struck a rock and water flowed out, streams gushed forth. But can he also give us food? Will he provide meat for his people?”
All this 1 monotony 2 is tiresome; no one can bear 3 to describe it: 4 The eye is never satisfied with seeing, nor is the ear ever content 5 with hearing.
Whatever has happened was foreordained, 1 and what happens to a person 2 was also foreknown. It is useless for him to argue with God about his fate because God is more powerful than he is. 3
When the Moabites plead with all their might at their high places, 1 and enter their temples to pray, their prayers will be ineffective! 2
Why should you be like someone who is helpless, 1 like a champion 2 who cannot save anyone? You are indeed with us, 3 and we belong to you. 4 Do not abandon us!”
But I will strip everything away from Esau’s descendants. I will uncover their hiding places so they cannot hide. Their children, relatives, and neighbors will all be destroyed. Not one of them will be left!
The Lord spoke 1 about Damascus. 2 “The people of Hamath and Arpad 3 will be dismayed because they have heard bad news. Their courage will melt away because of worry. Their hearts will not be able to rest. 4