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j“Ask now among the Gentiles,
Who has heard such things?
The virgin of Israel has done ka very horrible thing.
14 Will a man 6leave the snow water of Lebanon,
Which comes from the rock of the field?
Will the cold flowing waters be forsaken for strange waters?
15 “Because My people have forgotten lMe,
They have burned incense to worthless idols.
And they have caused themselves to stumble in their ways,
From the mancient paths,
To walk in pathways and not on a highway,
Everyone who passes by it will be astonished
And shake his head.
In the day of their calamity.”
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