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A useless treaty with Egypt.  Is.30.1-7

6The Beasts of the South: an oracle.

12These are the words of the Holy One of Israel:

God will bless his people.  Is.30.19-26

19O people of Zion who dwell in Jerusalem, you shall weep no more. The LORD will show you favour and answer you when he hears your cry for help. 20The Lord may give you bread of adversity and water of affliction, but he who teaches you shall no longer be hidden out of sight, but with your own eyes you shall see him always. 21If you stray from the road to right or left you shall hear with your own ears a voice behind you saying, This is the way; follow it. 22You will reject, as things unclean, your silvered images and your idols sheathed in gold; you will loathe them like a foul discharge and call them ordure call them ordure: or say to them, Be off. 23The Lord will give you rain for the seed you sow, and as the produce of your soil he will give you heavy crops of corn in plenty. When that day comes the cattle shall graze in broad pastures; 24the oxen and asses that work your land shall be fed with well-seasoned fodder, winnowed with shovel and fork. 25On each high mountain and each lofty hill shall be streams of running water, on the day of massacre when the highest in the land fall. 26The moon shall shine with a brightness like the sun's, and the sun with seven times his wonted brightness, seven days' light in one, on the day when the LORD binds up the broken limbs of his people and heals their wounds.

God will punish Assyria.  Is.30.27-33


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