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Isa. 47 :1 47:1 Come down and sit in the dust,
O virgin daughter of Babylon;
Sit on the ground where there is no throne,
O daughter of the Chaldeans;
For you will no longer be called
Tender and delicate.
Isa. 47 :2 47:2 Take millstones and agrind meal;
Remove your veil;
Strip off your flowing skirt; uncover your thigh;
Cross over the rivers.
Isa. 47 :3 47:3 Your nakedness will be uncovered;
Your shame will also be seen;
I will take vengeance and will not spare any man.
Isa. 47 :4 47:4 Our aRedeemer, Jehovah of hosts is His name,
The Holy One of Israel.
Isa. 47 :5 47:5 Sit in silence and go in darkness,
O daughter of the Chaldeans;
For you will no longer be called
The aqueen of kingdoms.
Isa. 47 :6 47:6 I was angry with My people;
I profaned My inheritance,
And I have delivered them up into your hand.
You have not shown any mercy to them;
You have made your yoke
Very heavy upon the elderly.
Isa. 47 :7 47:7 You have said, I will be
A aqueen forever;
You did not put these things into your heart;
You did not remember the end of 1them.
Isa. 47 :8 47:8 And now hear this, O lover of pleasure,
Who dwells securely
aAnd says in 1your heart,
I am, and there is none besides me;
I will not 2dwell as a bwidow,
And I will not know loss of children.
Isa. 47 :9 47:9 But these two things will come upon you
Suddenly, in aone day:
Loss of children and widowhood;
In full measure they will come upon you
In spite of the multitude of your bsorceries;
In spite of the great power of your spells.
Isa. 47 :10 47:10 And you felt secure in your wickedness;
You said, No one sees me.
Your wisdom and your knowledge
Have seduced you,
And you said in your heart,
I am, and there is none besides me.
Isa. 47 :11 47:11 But evil will come upon you,
And you will not know its origin;
Disaster will fall upon you
Which you cannot expiate for;
Desolation will come upon you suddenly,
About which you do not know.
Isa. 47 :12 47:12 Stand now with your enchantments
And the multitude of your asorceries,
With which you have labored from your youth;
Perhaps you can profit;
Perhaps you will inspire terror.
Isa. 47 :13 47:13 You are wearied with the multitude of your counsels.
Let the astrologers, who gaze at the stars,
Who predict according to the new moons,
Stand up and save you from what is coming upon you.
Isa. 47 :14 47:14 Indeed, they are like stubble;
Fire consumes them;
They cannot deliver themselves
From the power of the flame;
There is no coal for warming themselves,
Nor the light of a fire to sit before.
Isa. 47 :15 47:15 So will those with whom you have labored be to you,
Those who have atraded with you from your youth;
Each one will wander off in his own direction;
There will be no one to save you.
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