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Isaiah 30

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1 Woe to the disobedient sons, says the Lord, who make conferences, but without Me, and make alliances, but not according to My spirit, in order to commit sin to sin:
2 without asking My mouth, they go to Egypt to strengthen themselves with the power of Pharaoh and take refuge under the shadow of Egypt.
3 But the power of the pharaoh will be a shame for you, and a refuge under the shadow of Egypt - dishonor;
4 because his princes are already in Zoan, and his ambassadors came to Hanes.
5 They will all be ashamed because of a people [who] is useless to them; there will be neither help nor benefit from him, but shame and shame.
6 Heaviness on animals [going] to the south, on the land of oppression and crowding, from where [come out] lionesses and lions, aspids and flying snakes; they carry their treasures on the ridges of donkeys and their treasures on the humps of camels to the people, which will not bring them any benefit.
7 For the help of Egypt will be in vain and in vain; therefore I said unto them, Their strength is to sit still.

eight Now go, draw it on the board with them, and write it in the book so that it remains for the future, forever, forever.
nine For these are rebellious people, lying children, children who do not want to listen to the law of the Lord,
ten who say to the seers: `` cease to see, 'and to the prophets:' do not prophesy the truth to us, tell us flattering, predict the pleasant;
eleven get out of the way, get out of the way; remove from the eyes of our Holy Israel. '
12 Therefore, the Holy One of Israel says this: because you reject this word, but rely on deception and iniquity, and rely on this:
13 then this lawlessness will be for you, like a crack threatening a fall, found in a high wall, which destruction will come suddenly, in an instant.
fourteen And He will destroy it, as they destroy a clay vessel, breaking it without mercy, so that there is not even a shard in its wreckage to take fire from the hearth or scoop up water from the reservoir;
fifteen for thus says the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel: if you remained in place and at rest, you would have been saved; your peace is in silence and hope; but you did not want
16 and they said: `No, we will run away on horseback, 'and run for that; `We will accelerate at fast ', for which those pursuing you will be fast.
17 From the threat of one [runs] a thousand, from the threat of five, run so that your remainder will be like a milestone on the top of the mountain and like a banner on a hill.

18 And so the Lord hesitates to have mercy on you, and therefore is still held to take pity on you; for the Lord is the God of truth: blessed are all those who trust in Him!
19 The people will live in Zion in Jerusalem; you won’t cry much - He will have mercy on you in the voice of your cry, and as soon as he hears, he will answer you.
20 And the Lord will give you bread in sorrow and water in need; and your teachers will no longer hide, and your eyes will see your teachers;
21 and your ears will hear the word saying behind you: “this is the way, follow it” if you had deviated to the right and if you had deviated to the left.
22 Then you will consider the salary of idols from your silver and the salary of idols from your gold abominable; you will cast them as uncleanness; you tell them: get out of here.
23 And He will give rain on your seed, with which you sow a field, and bread, the fruit of the earth, and it will be plentiful and juicy; your flocks that day will graze in vast pastures.
24 And the oxen and donkeys cultivating the field will eat salted food, peeled with a shovel and a fan.
25 And streams, streams of water, on the day of the great defeat, when the towers fall, will flow on every mountain high and on every hill elevated.
26 And the light of the moon will be like the light of the sun, and the light of the sun will be brighter in every way, like the light of seven days, on that day when the Lord will bind the wound of His people and heal the wounds inflicted on him.

27 Behold, the name of the Lord comes from afar, His wrath burns, and his flame is strong, His mouth is full of indignation, and His tongue is like a fire eating
28 and His breath, like a flood that rises even to the neck, to dispel the nations to exhaustion; and there will be a bridle in the jaws of the nations, guiding to error.
29th And you will have songs, as on the night of the holy feast, and the joy of the heart, as that of a man walking with a pipe on the mountain of the Lord, to the stronghold of Israel.
thirty And the Lord will thunder with His majestic voice and reveal His burdening muscle in great anger and in the flame of a eating fire, in a storm and in a flood, and in a stone city.
31 For from the voice of the Lord Assyr shuddered with a rod struck.
32 And every movement of the rod defined by him, which the Lord will direct upon him, will be with tympans and zithers, and He will go against him with a devastating war.
33 For Tophet has long been arranged; it is prepared for the king, deep and wide; in his fire there is a lot of fire and firewood; the breath of the Lord, like a stream of sulfur, will kindle it.

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