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  1. 1. Woe
    H1945
    to the bloody
    H1818
    city!
    H5892
    it is all full
    H4392
    of lies
    H3585
    and robbery;
    H6563
    the prey
    H2964
    departeth
    H4185
    not;
  2. 2. The noise
    H6963
    of a whip,
    H7752
    and the noise
    H6963
    of the rattling
    H7494
    of the wheels,
    H212
    and of the pransing
    H1725
    horses,
    H5483
    and of the jumping
    H7540
    chariots.
    H4818
  3. 3. The horseman
    H6571
    lifteth up
    H5927
    both the bright
    H3851
    sword
    H2719
    and the glittering
    H1300
    spear:
    H2595
    and there is a multitude
    H7230
    of slain,
    H2491
    and a great
    H3514
    number of carcases;
    H6297
    and there is none end
    H7097
    of their corpses;
    H1472
    they stumble
    H3782
    H3782
    upon their corpses:
    H1472
  4. 4. Because of the multitude
    H7230
    of the whoredoms
    H2183
    of the wellfavoured
    H2580
    H2896
    harlot,
    H2181
    the mistress
    H1172
    of witchcrafts,
    H3785
    that selleth
    H4376
    nations
    H1471
    through her whoredoms,
    H2183
    and families
    H4940
    through her witchcrafts.
    H3785
  5. 5. Behold, I am against thee, saith
    H5002
    the LORD
    H3068
    of hosts;
    H6635
    and I will discover
    H1540
    thy skirts
    H7757
    upon thy face,
    H6440
    and I will shew
    H7200
    the nations
    H1471
    thy nakedness,
    H4626
    and the kingdoms
    H4467
    thy shame.
    H7036
  6. 6. And I will cast
    H7993
    abominable filth
    H8251
    upon thee, and make thee vile,
    H5034
    and will set
    H7760
    thee as a gazingstock.
    H7210
  7. 7. And it shall come to pass, that all they that look
    H7200
    upon thee shall flee
    H5074
    from thee, and say,
    H559
    Nineveh
    H5210
    is laid waste:
    H7703
    who will bemoan
    H5110
    her? whence
    H370
    shall I seek
    H1245
    comforters
    H5162
    for thee?
  8. 8. Art thou better
    H3190
    than populous
    H527
    H528
    No,
    H4996
    that was situate
    H3427
    among the rivers,
    H2975
    that had the waters
    H4325
    round about
    H5439
    it, whose rampart
    H2426
    was the sea,
    H3220
    and her wall
    H2346
    was from the sea?
    H3220
  9. 9. Ethiopia
    H3568
    and Egypt
    H4714
    were her strength,
    H6109
    and it was infinite;
    H7097
    H369
    Put
    H6316
    and Lubim
    H3864
    were thy helpers.
    H5833
  10. 10. Yet was she carried away,
    H1473
    she went
    H1980
    into captivity:
    H7628
    her young children
    H5768
    also were dashed in pieces
    H7376
    at the top
    H7218
    of all the streets:
    H2351
    and they cast
    H3032
    lots
    H1486
    for her honourable men,
    H3513
    and all her great men
    H1419
    were bound
    H7576
    in chains.
    H2131
  11. 11. Thou also shalt be drunken:
    H7937
    thou shalt be hid,
    H5956
    thou also shalt seek
    H1245
    strength
    H4581
    because of the enemy.
    H341
  12. 12. All thy strong holds
    H4013
    shall be like fig trees
    H8384
    with the firstripe figs:
    H1061
    if they be shaken,
    H5128
    they shall even fall
    H5307
    into the mouth
    H6310
    of the eater.
    H398
  13. 13. Behold, thy people
    H5971
    in the midst
    H7130
    of thee are women:
    H802
    the gates
    H8179
    of thy land
    H776
    shall be set wide
    H6605
    open
    H6605
    unto thine enemies:
    H341
    the fire
    H784
    shall devour
    H398
    thy bars.
    H1280
  14. 14. Draw
    H7579
    thee waters
    H4325
    for the siege,
    H4692
    fortify
    H2388
    thy strong holds:
    H4013
    go
    H935
    into clay,
    H2916
    and tread
    H7429
    the morter,
    H2563
    make strong
    H2388
    the brickkiln.
    H4404
  15. 15. There shall the fire
    H784
    devour
    H398
    thee; the sword
    H2719
    shall cut thee off,
    H3772
    it shall eat thee up
    H398
    like the cankerworm:
    H3218
    make thyself many
    H3513
    as the cankerworm,
    H3218
    make thyself many
    H3513
    as the locusts.
    H697
  16. 16. Thou hast multiplied
    H7235
    thy merchants
    H7402
    above the stars
    H3556
    of heaven:
    H8064
    the cankerworm
    H3218
    spoileth,
    H6584
    and flieth away.
    H5774
  17. 17. Thy crowned
    H4502
    are as the locusts,
    H697
    and thy captains
    H2951
    as the great grasshoppers,
    H1462
    which camp
    H2583
    in the hedges
    H1448
    in the cold
    H7135
    day,
    H3117
    but when the sun
    H8121
    ariseth
    H2224
    they flee away,
    H5074
    and their place
    H4725
    is not known
    H3045
    where
    H335
    they are.
  18. 18. Thy shepherds
    H7462
    slumber,
    H5123
    O king
    H4428
    of Assyria:
    H804
    thy nobles
    H117
    shall dwell
    H7931
    in the dust: thy people
    H5971
    is scattered
    H6335
    upon the mountains,
    H2022
    and no man gathereth
    H6908
    them.
  19. 19. There is no healing
    H3545
    of thy bruise;
    H7667
    thy wound
    H4347
    is grievous:
    H2470
    all that hear
    H8085
    the bruit
    H8088
    of thee shall clap
    H8628
    the hands
    H3709
    over thee: for upon whom hath not thy wickedness
    H7451
    passed
    H5674
    continually?
    H8548

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