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1 Woe to those who aenact evil statutes
And to those who constantly record 1unjust decisions,
And rob the poor of My people of their rights,
So bthat widows may be their spoil
And that they may plunder the 2orphans.
And in the devastation which will come cfrom afar?
dTo whom will you flee for help?
And where will you leave your 1wealth?
cIn spite of all this, His anger does not turn away
And His hand is still stretched out.
And the staff in whose hands is cMy indignation,
6 I send it against a agodless nation
And commission it against the bpeople of My fury
To capture booty and cto seize plunder,
7 Yet it adoes not so intend,
Nor does 1it plan so in its heart,
But rather it is 2its purpose to destroy
And to cut off 3many nations.
8 For it says, “Are not my princes 1all kings?
Or cHamath like Arpad,
10 “As my hand has reached to the akingdoms of the idols,
Whose graven images were greater than those of Jerusalem and Samaria,
11 Shall I not 1do to Jerusalem and her images
Just as I have done to Samaria and aher idols?”
12 So it will be that when the Lord has completed all His awork on Mount Zion and on Jerusalem, He will say, “I will 1punish the fruit of the arrogant heart of the king of Assyria and bthe pomp of 2his haughtiness.”
13 For ahe has said,
“By the power of my hand and by my wisdom I did this,
For I have understanding;
And I bremoved the boundaries of the peoples
And plundered their treasures,
And like a mighty man I brought down 1their inhabitants,
14 And my hand reached to the riches of the peoples like a anest,
And as one gathers abandoned eggs, I gathered all the earth;
And there was not one that flapped its wing or opened its beak or chirped.”
Is the saw to exalt itself over the one who wields it?
Or like ca rod lifting him who is not wood.
And under his cglory a fire will be kindled like a burning flame.
And it will cburn and devour his thorns and his briars in a single day.
18 And He will adestroy the glory of his forest and of his fruitful garden, both soul and body,
And it will be as when a sick man wastes away.
19 And the arest of the trees of his forest will be so small in number
That a child could write them down.
20 Now in that day the aremnant of Israel, and those of the house of Jacob bwho have escaped, will never again rely on the one who struck them, but will truly crely on the Lord, the Holy One of Israel.
22 For athough your people, O Israel, may be like the sand of the sea,
Only a remnant within them will return;
A bdestruction is determined, overflowing with righteousness.
He has passed through aMigron;
29 They have gone through athe pass, saying,
“bGeba will be our lodging place.”
30 Cry aloud with your voice, O daughter of aGallim!
The inhabitants of Gebim have sought refuge.
32 Yet today he will halt at aNob;
33 Behold, the Lord, the 1God of hosts, will lop off the boughs with a terrible crash;
Those also who are atall in stature will be cut down
And those who are lofty will be abased.
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