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I have perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon.
“Look, the grief I experienced was for my benefit. 1 You delivered me 2 from the pit of oblivion. 3 For you removed all my sins from your sight. 4
Look, ambassadors 1 cry out in the streets; messengers sent to make peace 2 weep bitterly.
All your garments are perfumed with 1 myrrh, aloes, and cassia. From the luxurious palaces 2 comes the music of stringed instruments that makes you happy. 3
They 1 sharpen their tongues like a sword; they aim their arrow, a slanderous charge, 2
The one whose appetite 1 is satisfied loathes honey, but to the hungry mouth 2 every bitter thing is sweet.
What can I say? He has decreed and acted. 1 I will walk slowly all my years because I am overcome with grief. 2
A wind lifted me up and carried me away. I went bitterly, 1 my spirit full of fury, and the hand of the Lord rested powerfully 2 on me.
they will tear out their hair because of you and put on sackcloth, and they will weep bitterly over you with intense mourning. 1
“Take 1 choice spices: 2 twelve and a half pounds 3 of free-flowing myrrh, 4 half that – about six and a quarter pounds – of sweet-smelling cinnamon, six and a quarter pounds of sweet-smelling cane,
Then Samuel said, “Bring me King Agag of the Amalekites.” So Agag came to him trembling, 1 thinking to himself, 2 “Surely death is bitter!” 3
nard and saffron; calamus and cinnamon with every kind of spice, myrrh and aloes with all the finest spices. 1
Those who call evil good and good evil are as good as dead, 1 who turn darkness into light and light into darkness, who turn bitter into sweet and sweet into bitter. 2
“The way you have lived and the things you have done 1 will bring this on you. This is the punishment you deserve, and it will be painful indeed. 2 The pain will be so bad it will pierce your heart.” 3
ד (Dalet) The roads to Zion 1 mourn 2 because no one 3 travels to the festivals. 4 All her city gates 5 are deserted; 6 her priests groan. 7 Her virgins grieve; 8 she is in bitter anguish! 9
The Lord’s great day of judgment 1 is almost here; it is approaching very rapidly! There will be a bitter sound on the Lord’s day of judgment; at that time warriors will cry out in battle. 2
surely you would not want to wait until they were old enough to marry! 1 Surely you would not remain unmarried all that time! 2 No, 3 my daughters, you must not return with me. 4 For my intense suffering 5 is too much for you to bear. 6 For the Lord is afflicting me!” 7
All those who were in trouble or owed someone money or were discontented 1 gathered around 2 him, and he became their leader. He had about four hundred men with him.
I discovered this: 1 More bitter than death is the kind of 2 woman 3 who is like a hunter’s snare; 4 her heart is like a hunter’s net and her hands are like prison chains. The man who pleases God escapes her, but the sinner is captured by her.
I will turn your festivals into funerals, 1 and all your songs into funeral dirges. I will make everyone wear funeral clothes 2 and cause every head to be shaved bald. 3 I will make you mourn as if you had lost your only son; 4 when it ends it will indeed have been a bitter day. 5