Jeremiah 18 - Prayer Tents



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Jeremiah 18
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18The wordH1697 which came to JeremiahH3414 from the LORDH3068, sayingH559, 2AriseH6965, and go downH3381 to the potter'sH3335 houseH1004, and there I will cause thee to hearH8085 my wordsH1697. 3Then I went downH3381 to the potter'sH3335 houseH1004, and, beholdH2009, he wroughtH6213 a workH4399 on the wheelsH70. 4And the vesselH3627 that he madeH6213 of clayH2563 was marredH7843 in the handH3027 of the potterH3335: so he madeH6213 it againH7725 anotherH312 vesselH3627, as seemedH5869 goodH3474 to the potterH3335 to makeH6213 it. 5Then the wordH1697 of the LORDH3068 came to me, sayingH559, 6O houseH1004 of IsraelH3478, cannotH3201 I doH6213 with you as this potterH3335? saithH5002 the LORDH3068. Behold, as the clayH2563 is in the potter'sH3335 handH3027, so are ye in mine handH3027, O houseH1004 of IsraelH3478. 7At what instantH7281 I shall speakH1696 concerning a nationH1471, and concerning a kingdomH4467, to pluck upH5428, and to pull downH5422, and to destroyH6 it; 8If that nationH1471, against whom I have pronouncedH1696, turnH7725 from their evilH7451, I will repentH5162 of the evilH7451 that I thoughtH2803 to doH6213 unto them. 9And at what instantH7281 I shall speakH1696 concerning a nationH1471, and concerning a kingdomH4467, to buildH1129 and to plantH5193 it; 10If it doH6213 evilH7451 in my sightH5869, that it obeyH8085 not my voiceH6963, then I will repentH5162 of the goodH2896, wherewith I saidH559 I would benefitH3190 them. 11Now therefore go to, speakH559 to the menH376 of JudahH3063, and to the inhabitantsH3427 of JerusalemH3389, sayingH559, Thus saithH559 the LORDH3068; Behold, I frameH3335 evilH7451 against you, and deviseH2803 a deviceH4284 against you: returnH7725 ye now every oneH376 from his evilH7451 wayH1870, and make your waysH1870 and your doingsH4611 goodH3190. 12And they saidH559, There is no hopeH2976: but we will walkH3212 afterH310 our own devicesH4284, and we will every oneH376 doH6213 the imaginationH8307 of his evilH7451 heartH3820. 13Therefore thus saithH559 the LORDH3068; AskH7592 ye now among the heathenH1471, who hath heardH8085 such things: the virginH1330 of IsraelH3478 hath doneH6213 a veryH3966 horrible thingH8186. 14Will a man leaveH5800 the snowH7950 of LebanonH3844 which cometh from the rockH6697 of the fieldH7704? or shall the coldH7119 flowingH5140 watersH4325 that come from another placeH2114 be forsakenH5428? 15Because my peopleH5971 hath forgottenH7911 me, they have burned incenseH6999 to vanityH7723, and they have caused them to stumbleH3782 in their waysH1870 from the ancientH5769 pathsH7635H7635, to walkH3212 in pathsH5410, in a wayH1870 not cast upH5549; 16To makeH7760 their landH776 desolateH8047, and a perpetualH5769 hissingH8292H8292; every one that passethH5674 thereby shall be astonishedH8074, and wagH5110 his headH7218. 17I will scatterH6327 them as with an eastH6921 windH7307 beforeH6440 the enemyH341; I will shewH7200 them the backH6203, and not the faceH6440, in the dayH3117 of their calamityH343. 18Then saidH559 they, ComeH3212, and let us deviseH2803 devicesH4284 against JeremiahH3414; for the lawH8451 shall not perishH6 from the priestH3548, nor counselH6098 from the wiseH2450, nor the wordH1697 from the prophetH5030. ComeH3212, and let us smiteH5221 him with the tongueH3956, and let us not give heedH7181 to any of his wordsH1697. 19Give heedH7181 to me, O LORDH3068, and hearkenH8085 to the voiceH6963 of them that contendH3401 with me. 20Shall evilH7451 be recompensedH7999 for goodH2896? for they have diggedH3738 a pitH7745 for my soulH5315. RememberH2142 that I stoodH5975 beforeH6440 thee to speakH1696 goodH2896 for them, and to turn awayH7725 thy wrathH2534 from them. 21Therefore deliver upH5414 their childrenH1121 to the famineH7458, and pour outH5064 their blood by the forceH3027 of the swordH2719; and let their wivesH802 be bereavedH7909 of their children, and be widowsH490; and let their menH582 be putH2026 to deathH4194; let their young menH970 be slainH5221 by the swordH2719 in battleH4421. 22Let a cryH2201 be heardH8085 from their housesH1004, when thou shalt bringH935 a troopH1416 suddenlyH6597 upon them: for they have diggedH3738 a pitH7745H7882 to takeH3920 me, and hidH2934 snaresH6341 for my feetH7272. 23Yet, LORDH3068, thou knowestH3045 all their counselH6098 against me to slayH4194 me: forgiveH3722 not their iniquityH5771, neither blot outH4229 their sinH2403 from thy sightH6440, but let them be overthrownH3782 beforeH6440 thee; dealH6213 thus with them in the timeH6256 of thine angerH639.


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