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Ezekiel 26

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one In the eleventh year, on the first day of the first month, the word of the Lord came to me:
2 son of man! for Tyr speaking of Jerusalem: `a! but! he is broken - the gates of the nations; he speaks to me; fill up; he is devastated ', -
3 for this, says the Lord God: behold, I am against you, Tyr, and I will raise many nations against you, as the sea lifts its waves.
four And they will break the walls of Tire and destroy its towers; and I will sweep away his dust from him, and make him a bare rock.
5 A place for spreading nets will be in the middle of the sea; for I have said this, saith the Lord God: and he will be for the plunder of the nations.
6 And his daughters, who are on earth, will be killed by the sword, and they will know that I am the Lord.
7 For thus says the Lord God: behold, I will bring against Tire from the north of Nebuchadnezzar, the king of Babylon, the king of kings, with horses and chariots, and with horsemen, and with an army, and with a large nation.
8 He will beat your daughters on earth with a sword and build siege towers against you, and he will pour a shaft against you, and put shields against you;
9 and the walls of stone machines will bring you to your walls, and destroy your towers with your axes.
10 Dust will cover you from many horses, your walls will shake from the noise of horsemen and wheels and chariots, when he enters your gate, as he enters a broken city.
eleven With the hooves of his horses, he will trample all your streets, your people will strike with the sword, and he will cast the monuments of your power to the ground.
12 And they will plunder your wealth, and plunder your goods, and destroy your walls, and break your beautiful houses, and your stones and your trees, and throw your land into the water.
13 And I will stop the noise of your songs, and the sound of your zithers will no longer be heard.
fourteen And I will make you naked rock, you will be a place for spreading nets; you will not be rebuilt: for I, the Lord, have said this, says the Lord God.

fifteen Thus says the Lord God to Tire: from the noise of your fall, from the groan of the wounded, when beating among you will be made, will the islands shudder?
16 And all the princes of the sea will depart from their thrones, and lay down their robes, and take off their patterned clothes from themselves, put on awe, sit on the ground, and every minute they will shudder and be amazed at you.
17 And they will raise a cry for you and tell you: how did you die, inhabited by seafarers, the famous city, which was strong at sea, yourself and its inhabitants, which brought fear to all its inhabitants!
eighteen Now, on the day of your fall, the islands trembled; the islands on the sea are perplexed by thy doom.
19 For thus says the Lord God: when I make you a city desolate, like uninhabited cities, when I raise a deep on you, and great waters cover you;
twenty then I will bring you down with those departing to the grave to the long-standing people, and I will place you in the underworld, in the eternal deserts, with those who departed to the grave so that you will not be more populated; and I will manifest glory in the land of the living.
21 I will make you horror, and you will not be, and they will seek you, but they will not find you forever, says the Lord God.

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