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When I brestore the fortunes of Judah and Jerusalem,
2 I will agather all the nations
Then I will center into judgment with them there
On behalf of My people and My inheritance, Israel,
Whom they have dscattered among the nations;
And they have edivided up My land.
3 “They have also acast lots for My people,
And sold a girl for wine that they may drink.
4 “Moreover, what are you to Me, O aTyre, Sidon and all the regions of bPhilistia? Are you rendering Me a recompense? But if you do recompense Me, swiftly and speedily I will creturn your recompense on your head.
7 behold, I am going to aarouse them from the place where you have sold them, and return your recompense on your head.
9 aProclaim this among the nations:
Let all the soldiers draw near, let them come up!
10 aBeat your plowshares into swords
And your pruning hooks into spears;
bLet the weak say, “I am a mighty man.”
And gather yourselves there.
Bring down, O Lord, Your bmighty ones.
For there I will sit to bjudge
All the surrounding nations.
The vats overflow, for their ewickedness is great.
15 The asun and moon grow dark
And the stars lose their brightness.
16 The Lord aroars from Zion
And butters His voice from Jerusalem,
And the cheavens and the earth tremble.
But the Lord is a drefuge for His people
And a estronghold to the sons of Israel.
17 Then you will aknow that I am the Lord your God,
Dwelling in Zion, My bholy mountain.
So Jerusalem will be choly,
And dstrangers will pass through it no more.
18 And in that day
And the hills will bflow with milk,
And all the cbrooks of Judah will flow with water;
And a dspring will go out from the house of the Lord
To water the valley of 2Shittim.
And Edom will become a desolate wilderness,
In whose land they have shed innocent blood.
20 But Judah will be ainhabited forever
And Jerusalem for all generations.
21 And I will aavenge their blood which I have not avenged,
For the Lord dwells in Zion.
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