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Isaiah

The fate of Jerusalem.  Is.29.1-8

11All prophetic vision has become for you like a sealed book. Give such a book to one who can read and say, 'Come, read this'; he will answer, 'I cannot', because it is sealed. 12Give it to one who cannot read and say, 'Come, read this'; he will answer, 'I cannot read.'

13Then the Lord said:

22Therefore these are the words of the LORD the God of the house of Jacob, the God who ransomed Abraham:


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