And Jehovah will lament that he made man in the earth, and he will be grieved at his heart
They embittered and grieved his holy spirit; and he will turn to them for an enemy; he fought against them.
I lamented that I made Saul for king, for he turned back from after me, and my words he set not up. And it will kindle to Samuel, and he will cry to Jehovah all the night
And the messenger will stretch forth his hand to destroy Jerusalem, and Jehovah will lament for the evil, and he will say to the messenger destroying among the people, Much now: let go thy hand. And the messenger of Jehovah was near the threshing-floor of Araunah the Jebusite.
And grieve ye not the Holy Spirit of God in which ye were sealed to the day of redemption.
And Jehovah repented concerning the evil which he spake to do to his people.
God is not man, and will he lie? and the son of man, and will he grieve? Did he say, and will he not do? and speak, and will he not establish?
And also the glory of Israel will not lie, and he will not lament: for he not a man to lament.
And that nation which I spake against it turned back from its evil, and I lamented for the evil which I proposed to do to it.
Every good donation and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom not one change, or shadow of turning.
Who will give, and were this heart in them, for them to fear me and to watch all my commands all the days, so that it shall be well to them and to their sons forever.
Would they were wise! will they look at this? Will they discern to their latter part?
For Jehovah will judge his people, And upon his servants will he have compassion; When he shall see that the hand has failed, And nothing detained and left
And Samuel will not add to see Saul, even to the day of his death: for Samuel mourned for Saul: and Jehovah lamented that he made Saul king over Israel
And God will send a messenger to Jerusalem to destroy it: and as he destroyed, Jehovah saw, and he will grieve for the evil, and he will say to the messenger destroying, Enough; slacken thy hand. And the messenger of Jehovah stood by the threshing-floor of Oman the Jebusite.
How often they will embitter him in the desert! they will grieve him in the waste.
Would that my people heard to me! Israel shall go in my ways.
Forty years I shall loathe to the generation, and saying, A people they wandering in heart, and they knew not my ways:
And he will remember his covenant to them, and he will console according to the multitude of his mercy.
Jehovah sware and he will not lament, Thou a priest forever according to the manner of Melchizedeck.
I saw those transgressing, and I shall loathe, for they watched not thy word.
Would thou didst attend to my commands! and thy peace shall be as a river, and thy justice as the billows of the sea.
Putting to death, did Hezekiah king of Judah put him to death, and all Judah? Did he not fear Jehovah, and wait for the face of Jehovah, and Jehovah will lament for the evil which he spake against them? And we are doing great evil against our souls.
Say to them, I live, says the Lord Jehovah, if I shall delight in the death of the unjust; but in the turning back of the unjust one from his way, and he lived: turn back, turn back from your evil ways: and wherefore will ye die, O house of Israel?
How shall I give thee up, O Ephraim? Shall I deliver thee over, O Israel? How shall I give thee as the earth? Shall I set thee as roes? My heart was turned upon me; my grievings were kindled together.
And rend your heart and not your garments, and turn back to Jehovah your God: for he is merciful and compassionate, slow of anger and of much kindness, and lamenting on account of the evil.
And God will see their works that they turned back from their evil way, and God will lament for the evil which he spake to do to them: and he did it not
For I am Jehovah, I changed not; and ye the sons of Jacob were not finished.
And as he drew near, having seen the city, he wept over it,
For the favors and calling of God not causing repentance.
Wherefore I was offended with that generation and I said, They always wander in heart; and they knew not my ways.
And with whom was he offended forty years? was it not with them having sinned, whose members fell in the desert?
In which God, willing more abundantly to show to the heirs of the promise the firmness of his counsel, he intervened by an oath: