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Isaiah 25

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1 Lord You are my God; I will exalt you, I will praise your name, for you have done a wonderful thing; ancient predestinations are true, amen.
2 You turned the city into a pile of stones, a solid fortress into ruins; the halls of foreigners were no longer in the city; forever it will not be restored.
3 Therefore strong nations will glorify you; the cities of terrible tribes will be afraid of you,
4 for You were the refuge of the poor, the refuge of the poor in his time, protection from the storm, a shadow from the heat; for the wrathful breath of tyrants was like a storm against a wall.
5 Like the heat in a place without water, You have tamed the riot of enemies; [like] the heat of the shadow of a cloud, the glee of the oppressors is suppressed.

6 And the Lord of hosts on this mountain will make for all nations a meal of fat dishes, a meal of pure wines, of a tuft of bones and the purest wines;
7 and on the mountain will destroy the veil covering all nations, the veil lying on all tribes.
eight Death will be swallowed up forever, and the Lord God will wipe away the tears from all faces, and remove the reproach from His people throughout the whole earth; for thus saith the Lord.

nine And they will say that day: behold, He is our God! we trusted in Him, and He saved us! This is the Lord; we trusted in him; we will rejoice and rejoice in his salvation!
ten For the hand of the Lord will rest on this mountain, and Moab will be trampled in his place, as the straw in manure is trampled upon.
eleven And although he will spread his hands in the midst of him, as a floating one spreads them out for swimming; [but God] will humiliate his pride along with the wickedness of his hands.
12 And he will bring down the stronghold of your high walls, overthrow it, and cast it to the ground, to dust.

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