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The Lord’s shout shakes 1 the wilderness, the Lord shakes the wilderness of Kadesh. 2
Your chosen 1 cities have become a desert; Zion has become a desert, Jerusalem 2 is a desolate ruin.
People say wonderful things about you, 1 O city of God. (Selah)
the plague that comes in the darkness, or the disease that comes at noon. 1
to deliver 1 you from the way of the wicked, 2 from those 3 speaking perversity, 4
“The Lord says, 1 ‘That is why I will scatter your people 2 like chaff that is blown away by a desert wind. 3
When Moses finished 1 speaking 2 with them, he would 3 put a veil on his face.
Then make sure you don’t speak evil words 1 or use deceptive speech! 2
You love evil more than good, lies more than speaking the truth. 1 (Selah)
The pastures in the wilderness glisten with moisture, 1 and the hills are clothed with joy. 2
he will certainly rescue you from the snare of the hunter 1 and from the destructive plague.
I am like an owl 1 in the wilderness; I am like a screech owl 2 among the ruins. 3
As for his people, 1 he turned 2 a desert into a pool of water, and a dry land into springs of water.
It is better to live 1 in a desert land 2 than with a quarrelsome and easily-provoked 3 woman.
Let the desert and dry region be happy; 1 let the wilderness 2 rejoice and bloom like a lily!
I heard someone speaking to me from the temple, while the man was standing beside me.
While he was still speaking with them, Rachel arrived with her father’s sheep, for she was tending them. 1
1 In the third month after the Israelites went out 2 from the land of Egypt, on the very day, 3 they came to the Desert of Sinai.
After they journeyed 1 from Rephidim, they came to the Desert of Sinai, and they camped in the desert; Israel camped there in front of the mountain. 2
Keep your distance 1 from a false charge 2 – do not kill the innocent and the righteous, 3 for I will not justify the wicked. 4