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With a diamond point it is cengraved upon the tablet of their heart
And on the horns of 1their altars,
2 As they remember their achildren,
By cgreen trees on the high hills.
3 O amountain of Mine in the countryside,
I will bgive over your wealth and all your treasures for booty,
Your high places for sin throughout your borders.
4 And you will, even of yourself, alet go of your inheritance
That I gave you;
And I will make you serve your benemies
In the cland which you do not know;
For you have dkindled a fire in My anger
Which will burn forever.
“aCursed is the man who trusts in mankind
And whose heart turns away from the Lord.
6 “For he will be like a abush in the desert
And will not see when prosperity comes,
But will live in stony wastes in the wilderness,
7 “aBlessed is the man who trusts in the Lord
And whose btrust is the Lord.
8 “For he will be like a atree planted by the water,
That extends its roots by a stream
And will not fear when the heat comes;
But its leaves will be green,
And it will not be anxious in a year of bdrought
Nor cease to yield fruit.
And is desperately csick;
Who can understand it?
10 “I, the Lord, asearch the heart,
I test the 1mind,
Even bto give to each man according to his ways,
According to the 2results of his deeds.
So is he who amakes a fortune, but unjustly;
In the midst of his days it will forsake him,
12 aA glorious throne on high from the beginning
Is the place of our sanctuary.
13 O Lord, the ahope of Israel,
All who bforsake You will be put to shame.
Because they have forsaken the fountain of living water, even the Lord.
14 aHeal me, O Lord, and I will be healed;
bSave me and I will be saved,
For You are my cpraise.
15 Look, they keep asaying to me,
“Where is the word of the Lord?
Let it come now!”
Nor have I longed for the woeful day;
aYou Yourself know that the utterance of my lips
Was in Your presence.
17 Do not be a aterror to me;
You are my brefuge in the day of disaster.
Let them be dismayed, but let me not be dismayed.
cBring on them a day of disaster,
And crush them with twofold destruction!
19 Thus the Lord said to me, “Go and stand in the 1public gate, through which the kings of Judah come in and go out, as well as in all the gates of Jerusalem;
24 “But it will come about, if you alisten attentively to Me,” declares the Lord, “to bbring no load in through the gates of this city on the sabbath day, cbut to keep the sabbath day holy by doing no work on it,
25 athen there will come in through the gates of this city kings and princes bsitting on the throne of David, riding in chariots and on horses, they and their princes, the men of Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and this ccity will be inhabited forever.
26 “They will come in from the acities of Judah and from the environs of Jerusalem, from the land of Benjamin, from the blowland, from the hill country and from the cNegev, bringing burnt offerings, sacrifices, grain offerings and incense, and bringing sacrifices of thanksgiving to the house of the Lord.
27 “But aif you do not listen to Me to keep the sabbath day holy by not carrying a load and coming in through the gates of Jerusalem on the sabbath day, then bI will kindle a fire in its gates and it will cdevour the palaces of Jerusalem and dnot be quenched.” ’ ”
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