1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
1 In the type of a linen girdle, hidden at Euphrates, God prefigureth the destruction of his people. 12 Under the parable of the bottles filled with wine he foretelleth their drunkeness in misery. 15 He exhorteth to prevent their future judgments. 22 He sheweth their abominations are the cause thereof.
13:4 Take the girdle which thou hast bought, which is upon thy loins,and arise, go to the Euphrates, and hide it there, in a hole of the cliff.
13:7 So I went to the Euphrates, and digged, and took the girdle, out of the place where I had hidden it,and lo! the girdle, was spoiled, it was good for nothing.
13:10 This wicked people, who are refusing to hear my words, who are walking in the stubbornness of their heart, and have gone after other gods, to serve them, and to bow down to them, yea let them be like this girdle, which is good for nothing.
13:11 For, as a girdle cleaveth unto the loins of a man, so, caused I to cleave unto methe whole house of Israel, and the whole house of Judah, Declareth Yahweh, to become mineFor a people, and, For a name, and, For a praise, and, For an adorning,but they hearkened not.
13:12 ¶ Therefore shalt thou say unto them this wordThus, saith Yahweh, God of Israel, Every jar, is to be filled with wine; and they will say unto thee, Do we not, know well, that, every jar, is to be filled with wine?
13:13 Then shalt thou say unto themThus, saith YahwehBehold me! filling all the inhabitants of this landEven the kings that are sitting for David, upon his throne, and, the priests and, the prophets, and, all the inhabitants of Jerusalemwith drunkenness;
13:14 and I will dash them every man against his brother, even the fathers and the sons, together, Declareth Yahweh,I will not pity, Neither will I spare, Neither will I have compassion, that I should not destroy them.
13:16 Give ye, to Yahweh your Godglory, Before he cause darkness, and, Before your feet stumble upon the twilight mountains; Lest, when ye wait for light, He turn it into the shadow of death, And change it for thick darkness.
13:17 But, if ye will not hear it, In secret places, shall my soul weep, Because of the pride,And mine eye, shall flow over, and run down, with tears, Because captive, hath been taken the flock of Yahweh.
13:18 Say thou to the king and, to the queen-mother, Abase yourselvesSit down,For descended, have, your Head-tires, your Crown of adornment.
13:19 The cities of the South, are shut, And there is none, to open,Judah, hath been carried away captive, She hath altogether, been carried away captive, in full number.
13:20 Lift, up your eyes and see, Them who are coming in from the North,Where is The flock that was given thee, Thy beautiful, flock?
13:21 What wilt thou say when he shall bring punishment upon thee, Since, thou thyself, hast accustomed them to be over thee as friends, in chief? Shall not, pangs, seize thee, as of a woman in childbirth?
13:22 ¶ But, if thou say in thy heart, Wherefore, have these things befallen, me? For the greatness of thine iniquity, have, Thy skirts, been turned aside, Thy heels, suffered violence!
13:23 Can, the Ethiopian, change, his skin, Or, the leopard, his spots? Even, ye, may be able to do right, Who are accustomed to do wrong.
13:24 Therefore have I scattered them, As broken straw passing away, by the wind of the desert.
13:26 Therefore, even I myself, have drawn away thy skirts, over thy face, And thy shame, hath been seen.
13:27 Thine adulteries, and thy neighings, thine unchaste, wickedness, Upon the hills in the field, I have seen thine abominations! Woe to thee, O Jerusalem, Wilt thou not become pure? After how long, yet?
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