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1 That which came as the word of the Lord to Jeremiah the prophet aconcerning the nations.
2 To aEgypt, concerning the army of bPharaoh Neco king of Egypt, which was by the Euphrates River at cCarchemish, which Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon defeated in the dfourth year of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah, king of Judah:
And draw near for the battle!
And 1mount the steeds,
And take your stand with helmets on!
aPolish the spears,
Put on the bscale-armor!
They are terrified,
They are adrawing back,
And their bmighty men are defeated
And have taken refuge in flight,
Without facing back;
Declares the Lord.
6 Let not the aswift man flee,
Nor the mighty man escape;
In the north beside the river Euphrates
They have bstumbled and fallen.
7 Who is this that arises like the Nile,
Like the rivers whose waters surge about?
Even like the rivers whose waters surge about;
And He has said, “I will arise and cover that land;
I will surely bdestroy the city and its inhabitants.”
That the mighty men may 2march forward:
A day of bvengeance, so as to avenge Himself on His foes;
And the csword will devour and be satiated
And 2drink its fill of their blood;
In the land of the north by the river Euphrates.
11 Go aup to Gilead and obtain balm,
bO virgin daughter of Egypt!
In vain have you multiplied 1remedies;
There is cno healing for you.
12 The nations have heard of your ashame,
And the earth is full of your bcry of distress;
And both of them have fallen down together.
14 “Declare in Egypt and proclaim in aMigdol,
Proclaim also in Memphis and bTahpanhes;
Say, ‘Take your stand and get yourself ready,
For the csword has devoured those around you.’
15 “Why have your amighty ones become prostrate?
They do not stand because the Lord has bthrust them down.
16 “They have repeatedly astumbled;
Indeed, they have fallen one against another.
Then they said, ‘Get up! And blet us go back
To our own people and our native land
He has let the appointed time pass by!’
18 “As I live,” declares the aKing
Whose name is the Lord of hosts,
“Surely one shall come who looms up like bTabor among the mountains,
Or like cCarmel by the sea.
19 “Make your baggage ready for aexile,
O bdaughter dwelling in Egypt,
For cMemphis will become a desolation;
It will even be burned down and 1bereft of inhabitants.
20 “Egypt is a pretty aheifer,
21 “Also her amercenaries in her midst
For even they too have turned back and have fled away together;
They did not stand their ground.
For the day of their calamity has come upon them,
The time of their cpunishment.
For they move on 1like an army
And come to her as woodcutters with axes.
23 “They have cut down her aforest,” declares the Lord;
“Surely it will no more be found,
And are without number.
26 “I shall give them over to the 1power of those who are aseeking their lives, even into the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon and into the hand of his 2officers. bAfterwards, however, it will be inhabited as in the days of old,” declares the Lord.
27 “But as for you, O Jacob My servant, ado not fear,
Nor be dismayed, O Israel!
For, see, I am going to bsave you from afar,
And your descendants from the land of their captivity;
And Jacob will return and be cundisturbed
And secure, with no one making him tremble.
“For aI am with you.
For I will make a full end of all the nations
Where I have driven you,
Yet I will bnot make a full end of you;
But I will ccorrect you properly
And by no means leave you unpunished.”
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