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A ruler will be established from Jacob; he will destroy the remains of the city.’” 1
Indeed, 1 you have made the city 2 into a heap of rubble, the fortified town into a heap of ruins; the fortress of foreigners 3 is no longer a city, it will never be rebuilt.
From the city the dying 1 groan, and the wounded 2 cry out for help, but God charges no one with wrongdoing. 3
Each morning I will destroy all the wicked people in the land, and remove all evildoers from the city of the Lord.
Here is a message about Damascus: “Look, Damascus is no longer a city, it is a heap of ruins!
Indeed, they live in the holy city; 1 they trust in 2 the God of Israel, whose name is the Lord who commands armies.
The sound of battle comes from the city; the sound comes from the temple! It is the sound of the Lord paying back his enemies.
They are all like bakers, 1 they 2 are like a smoldering oven; they are like a baker who does not stoke the fire until the kneaded dough is ready for baking.
Solomon built the terrace as soon as Pharaoh’s daughter moved up from the city of David 1 to the palace Solomon built for her. 2
The messengers journeyed from city to city through the land of Ephraim and Manasseh as far as Zebulun, but people mocked and ridiculed them. 1
May there be 1 an abundance 2 of grain in the earth; on the tops 3 of the mountains may it 4 sway! 5 May its 6 fruit trees 7 flourish 8 like the forests of Lebanon! 9 May its crops be as abundant as the grass of the earth!
Look, I am stirring up the Medes to attack them; 1 they are not concerned about silver, nor are they interested in gold. 2
“Come back to me, my wayward sons,” says the Lord, “for I am your true master. 1 If you do, 2 I will take one of you from each town and two of you from each family group, and I will bring you back to Zion.
The Lord says, “I will cause a destructive wind 1 to blow against 2 Babylon and the people who inhabit Babylonia. 3
Now the descendants of the Kenite, Moses’ father-in-law, went up with the people of Judah from the City of Date Palm Trees to Arad in the desert of Judah, 1 located in the Negev. 2 They went and lived with the people of Judah. 3
The Israelites returned to the Benjaminite towns 1 and put the sword to them. They wiped out the cities, 2 the animals, and everything they could find. They set fire to every city in their path. 3
The gold mice corresponded in number to all the Philistine cities of the five leaders, from the fortified cities to hamlet villages, to greater Abel, 1 where they positioned the ark of the Lord until this very day in the field of Joshua who was from Beth Shemesh.
1 Then Solomon convened in Jerusalem 2 Israel’s elders, all the leaders of the Israelite tribes and families, so they could witness the transferal of the ark of the Lord’s covenant from the city of David (that is, Zion). 3
Then Solomon convened Israel’s elders – all the leaders of the Israelite tribes and families – in Jerusalem, 1 so they could witness the transferal of the ark of the covenant of the Lord from the City of David 2 (that is, Zion). 3
Solomon moved Pharaoh’s daughter up from the City of David 1 to the palace he had built for her, for he said, “My wife must not live in the palace of King David of Israel, for the places where the ark of the Lord has entered are holy.”