What does the Great Commission have to do with mobile devices? More than you might think.
You have not started any reading plans.
1 “If you will areturn, O Israel,” declares the Lord,
“Then you should return to Me.
And bif you will put away your detested things from My presence,
And will not waver,
2 And you will aswear, ‘As the Lord lives,’
bIn truth, in justice and in righteousness;
Then the cnations will bless themselves in Him,
And din Him they will glory.”
And bdo not sow among thorns.
4 “aCircumcise yourselves to the Lord
And remove the foreskins of your heart,
Men of Judah and inhabitants of Jerusalem,
Or else My bwrath will go forth like fire
And burn with cnone to quench it,
Because of the evil of your deeds.”
“aBlow the trumpet in the land;
Cry aloud and say,
‘bAssemble yourselves, and let us go
Into the fortified cities.’
6 “Lift up a astandard toward Zion!
Seek refuge, do not stand still,
For I am bringing bevil from the north,
And great destruction.
7 “A alion has gone up from his thicket,
And a bdestroyer of nations has set out;
He has gone out from his place
To cmake your land a waste.
Your cities will be ruins
8 “For this, aput on sackcloth,
Lament and wail;
For the bfierce anger of the Lord
Has not turned back from us.”
11 In that time it will be said to this people and to Jerusalem, “A ascorching wind from the bare heights in the wilderness in the direction of the daughter of My people—not to winnow and not to cleanse,
13 “Behold, he agoes up like clouds,
And his bchariots like the whirlwind;
His horses are cswifter than eagles.
Woe to us, for dwe are ruined!”
That you may be saved.
How long will your awicked thoughts
Lodge within you?
15 For a voice declares from aDan,
And proclaims wickedness from Mount Ephraim.
Proclaim over Jerusalem,
‘Besiegers come from a afar country,
And blift their voices against the cities of Judah.
17 ‘Like watchmen of a field they are aagainst her round about,
Because she has brebelled against Me,’ declares the Lord.
18 “Your aways and your deeds
Have 1brought these things to you.
This is your evil. How bbitter!
How it has touched your heart!”
My bheart is pounding in me;
I cannot be silent,
Because 3you have heard, O my soul,
The csound of the trumpet,
The alarm of war.
20 aDisaster on disaster is proclaimed,
For the bwhole land is devastated;
Suddenly my ctents are devastated,
My curtains in an instant.
And hear the sound of the trumpet?
22 “aFor My people are foolish,
They know Me not;
They are stupid children
And have no understanding.
They are shrewd to bdo evil,
But to do good they do not know.”
And to the heavens, and they had no light.
24 I looked on the mountains, and behold, they were aquaking,
And all the hills 1moved to and fro.
And all the abirds of the heavens had fled.
And all its cities were pulled down
Before the Lord, before His fierce anger.
“The awhole land shall be a desolation,
Yet I will bnot execute a complete destruction.
28 “For this the aearth shall mourn
And the bheavens above be dark,
Because I have cspoken, I have purposed,
And I will not 1change My mind, nor will I turn from it.”
29 At the sound of the horseman and bowman aevery city flees;
They bgo into the thickets and climb among the rocks;
cEvery city is forsaken,
And no man dwells in them.
30 And you, O desolate one, awhat will you do?
Although you dress in scarlet,
Although you decorate yourself with ornaments of gold,
Although you benlarge your eyes with paint,
In vain you make yourself beautiful.
They seek your life.
31 For I heard a 1cry as of a woman in labor,
The anguish as of one giving birth to her first child,
“Ah, woe is me, for 3I faint before murderers.”
About New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update
The New American Standard Bible, long considered a favorite study Bible by serious students of the Scriptures, has been completely revised and updated in this new 1995 translation. Preserving the Lockman Foundation's standard of creating a literal translation of the original Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic manuscripts, the 1995 NASB provides a literal translation that is very readable. Formalized language and outdated words and phrases have been replaced with their contemporary counterparts. In short, the 1995 NASB is a Bible translation that is very conducive to word-by-word study and is also able to be read (and understood) by the whole family.
New American Standard Bible
NAS Cross References and Translator's Notes
NAS Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible
The "NASB," "NAS," "New American Standard Bible," and "New American Standard" trademarks are registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by The Lockman Foundation. Use of these trademarks requires the permission of The Lockman Foundation.
PERMISSION TO QUOTE
The text of the New American Standard Bible® may be quoted and/or reprinted up to and inclusive of five hundred (500) verses without express written permission of The Lockman Foundation, providing that the verses do not amount to a complete book of the Bible nor do the verses quoted account for more than 25% of the total work in which they are quoted.
Notice of Copyright must appear on the title or copyright page of the work as follows:
"Scripture taken from the NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE, © Copyright The Lockman Foundation 1960, 1962, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1995. Used by permission."
When quotations from the NASB® text are used in not-for-sale media, such as church bulletins, orders of service, posters, transparencies or similar media, the abbreviation (NASB) may be used at the end of the quotation.
This permission to quote is limited to material which is wholly manufactured in compliance with the provisions of the copyright laws of the United States of America and all applicable international conventions and treaties.
Quotations and/or reprints in excess of the above limitations, or other permission requests, must be directed to and approved in writing by The Lockman Foundation, PO Box 2279, La Habra, CA 90632-2279, (714) 879-3055. http://www.lockman.org