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21 Then Isaiah the son of Amoz sent to Hezekiah, saying, “Thus says the Lord God of Israel, ‘Because you have prayed to Me against Sennacherib king of Assyria, 22 this is the word which the Lord has spoken concerning him:
“The virgin, the daughter of Zion,
Has despised you, laughed you to scorn;
The daughter of Jerusalem
Has shaken her head behind your back!
Against whom have you raised your voice,
And lifted up your eyes on high?
Against the Holy One of Israel.
And said, ‘By the multitude of my chariots
I have come up to the height of the mountains,
To the limits of Lebanon;
I will cut down its tall cedars
And its choice cypress trees;
I will enter its farthest height,
To its fruitful forest.
And with the soles of my feet I have dried up
All the brooks of 2defense.’
26 “Did you not hear mlong ago
How I made it,
From ancient times that I formed it?
Now I have brought it to pass,
That you should be
For crushing fortified cities into heaps of ruins.
They were dismayed and confounded;
They were as the grass of the field
And the green herb,
As the grass on the housetops
And grain blighted before it is grown.
Your going out and your coming in,
And your rage against Me.
Have come up to My ears,
Therefore nI will put My hook in your nose
And My bridle in your lips,
And I will oturn you back
By the way which you came.” ’
You shall eat this year such as grows of itself,
And the second year what springs from the same;
Also in the third year sow and reap,
Plant vineyards and eat the fruit of them.
Shall again take root downward,
And bear fruit upward.
And those who escape from Mount Zion.
The pzeal of the Lord of hosts will do this.
‘He shall not come into this city,
Nor shoot an arrow there,
Nor come before it with shield,
Nor build a siege mound against it.
By the same shall he return;
And he shall not come into this city,’
Says the Lord.
35 ‘For I will qdefend this city, to save it
For My own sake and for My servant rDavid’s sake.’ ”
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