1898 Young's Literal Translation (YLT)
33:1 ¶ Woe, spoiler! and thou not spoiled, And treacherous! and they dealt not treacherously with thee, When thou dost finish, O spoiler, thou art spoiled, When thou dost finish dealing treacherously, They deal treacherously with thee.
33:3 From the voice of a multitude fled have peoples, From thine exaltation scattered have been nations.
33:4 And gathered hath been your spoil, A gathering of the caterpillar, As a running to and fro of locusts is he running on it.
33:7 Lo, 'Their Ariel,' they have cried without, Messengers of peace do weep bitterly.
33:8 Desolated have been highways, Ceased hath he who passeth along the path, He hath broken covenant, He hath despised enemies, He hath not esteemed a man.
33:9 Mourned, languished hath the land, Confounded hath been Lebanon, Withered hath been Sharon as a wilderness, And shaking are Bashan and Carmel.
33:11 Ye conceive chaff, ye bear stubble, Your spirit!fire devoureth you.
33:12 And peoples have been [as] burnings of lime, Thorns, as sweepings, with fire they burn.
33:13 ¶ Hear, ye far off, that which I have done, And know, ye near ones, My might.
33:14 Afraid in Zion have been sinners, Seized hath trembling the profane: Who doth dwell for usconsuming fire, Who doth dwell for usburnings of the age?
33:15 Whoso is walking righteously, And is speaking uprightly, Kicking against gain of oppressions, Shaking his hands from taking hold on a bribe, Stopping his ear from hearing of blood, And shutting his eyes from looking on evil,
33:16 He high places doth inhabit, Strongholds of rock [are] his high tower, His bread hath been given, his waters stedfast.
33:17 A king in his beauty, see do thine eyes, They see a land afar off.
33:18 Thy heart doth meditate terror, Where [is] he who is counting? Where [is] he who is weighing? Where [is] he who is counting the towers?
33:19 The strong people thou seest not, A people deeper of lip than to be understood, Of a scorned tongue, there is no understanding.
33:20 See Zion, the city of our meetings, Thine eyes see Jerusalem a quiet habitation, A tent not taken down, Not removed are its pins for ever, And none of its cords are broken.
33:23 Left have been thy ropes, They strengthen not rightly their mast, They have not spread out a sail, Then apportioned hath been a prey of much spoil, The lame have taken spoil.
33:24 Nor doth an inhabitant say, 'I was sick,' The people that is dwelling in it, is forgiven of iniquity!
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