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1 Woe to those who ascheme iniquity,
Who work out evil on their beds!
For it is in the cpower of their hands.
And houses, and take them away.
A man and his inheritance.
From which you ccannot remove your necks;
And you will not walk dhaughtily,
For it will be an eevil time.
‘We are completely cdestroyed!
He exchanges the portion of my people;
How He removes it from me!
To the apostate He dapportions our fields.’
For you by lot in the assembly of the Lord.
cReproaches will not be turned back.
‘Is the Spirit of the Lord aimpatient?
Are these His doings?’
Do not My words bdo good
To the one cwalking uprightly?
From cunsuspecting passers-by,
From those returned from war.
9 “The women of My people you aevict,
Each one from her pleasant house.
From her children you take My bsplendor forever.
For this is no place aof rest
Because of the buncleanness that brings on destruction,
A painful destruction.
11 “If a man walking after wind and afalsehood
Had told lies and said,
12 “I will surely aassemble all of you, Jacob,
I will surely gather the bremnant of Israel.
I will put them together like sheep in the fold;
Like a flock in the midst of its pasture
They will be noisy with men.
They break out, pass through the gate and go out by it.
So their king goes on before them,
And the Lord at their head.”
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