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7 How sad for me!
For I am like one who—
when the summer fruit has been gathered
after the gleaning of the grape harvestao—
finds no grape cluster to eat,
no early fig, which I crave.ap
2 Faithful people have vanished from the land;aq
there is no one upright among the people.ar
All of them wait in ambush to shed blood;as
they hunt each other with a net.at
3 Both hands are goodau at accomplishing evil:
the official and the judge demand a bribe;a
when the powerful man communicates his evil desire,
they plot it together.
4 The best of them is like a brier;b
the most upright is worse than a hedge of thorns.c
The day of your watchmen,
the day of your punishment, is coming;d
at this time their panic is here.e
5 Do not rely on a friend;f
don’t trust in a close companion.
Seal your mouth
from the woman who lies in your arms.
6 Surely a son considers his father a fool,g
a daughter opposes her mother,
and a daughter-in-law is against her mother-in-law;
a man’s enemies are the men of his own household.
7 But I will look to the Lord;h
I will wait for the God of my salvation.i
My God will hear me.j
8 Do not rejoice over me,k my enemy!
Though I have fallen, I will stand up;l
though I sit in darkness,
the Lord will be my light.m
I must endure the Lord’s fury
until he champions my causen
and establishes justice for me.o
He will bring me into the light;p
and she will be covered with shame,
the one who said to me,
“Where is the Lord your God?”r
My eyes will look at her in triumph;
at that time she will be trampled
like mud in the streets.s
11 A day will come for rebuilding your walls;t
on that day your boundary will be extended.u
12 On that day people will come to youv
from Assyria and the cities of Egypt,
even from Egypt to the Euphrates River
and from sea to sea
and mountain to mountain.
13 Then the earth will become a wastelandw
because of its inhabitants
and as a result of their actions.x
the flock that is your possession.
They live aloneaa in a woodland
surrounded by pastures.
Let them graze in Bashan and Gileadab
as in ancient times.ac
15 I will perform miracles for themB
as in the days of your exodus
from the land of Egypt.ad
ofC all their power.
They will put their hands over their mouths,ae
and their ears will become deaf.
17 They will lick the dust like a snake;af
they will come trembling out of their hiding placesag
like reptiles slithering on the ground.ah
They will tremble in the presence of the Lord our God;ai
they will stand in awe of you.
18 Who is a God like you,aj
forgiving iniquity and passing over rebellionak
for the remnant of his inheritance?al
He does not hold on to his anger foreveram
because he delights in faithful love.an
he will vanquish our iniquities.ao
You will cast all ourD sins
into the depths of the sea.ap
20 You will show loyalty to Jacobaq
and faithful love to Abraham,
as you swore to our ancestorsar
from days long ago.
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