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Come, and let us return unto the LORD: for he hath torn, and he will heal us; he hath smitten, and he will bind us up.
He hath torn
I will depart, will return unto my place! till what time they acknowledge their guilt, and seek my face, - In their trouble, will they make for me diligent search.
Return thou, O Israel, unto Yahweh thy God, - for thou hast stumbled by thine iniquity.
And many peoples shall go and say - Come ye, and let us ascend Unto the mountain of Yahweh Unto the house of the God of Jacob, That he may teach us of his ways, And we may walk in his paths, - For, out of Zion, shall go forth a law, And the word of Yahweh out of Jerusalem;
Let the lawless forsake his way, And the man of iniquity, his thoughts, - And let him return unto Yahweh That he may have compassion upon him, And unto our God, For he will abundantly pardon.
Return ye apostate sons, I will heal your apostasies! Behold us! we have come unto thee, For thou, art Yahweh our God.
In those days, and at that time, Declareth Yahweh, Shall the sons of Israel come in, They and the sons of Judah together: Weeping as they travel, so shall they journey on, And Yahweh their God, shall they seek;
Let us search out our ways, and examine them well, and let us return unto Yahweh;
Collect your thoughts, aye collect them, - O nation, depressed!
He hath torn
But, I, was like a moth, to Ephraim, - and like rotten wood to the house of Judah.
Therefore am I become to them as a lion, - As a leopard by the way, do I watch.
See, now, that, I, I, am, he that is, And there are no gods with me, - I, kill - and make alive, I wound and, I, heal, And there is none who, from my hand, can deliver,
1 Samuel 2:6
Yahweh, doth kill, and make alive, - Taketh down to hades, and bringeth up:
For, he, woundeth that he may bind up, He smiteth through, that, his own hands, may heal.
When, he, giveth quiet, who then shall condemn? And, when he hideth his face, who then shall sing of him? whether unto a nation or unto mankind altogether,
O Yahweh, in thy good-pleasure, hadst thou caused my mountain to stand, strong, - Thou didst hide thy face - I was dismayed!
Then will ye defile - The overlaying of thy graven images of silver, And the coating of thy molten image, of gold, - Thou wilt cash them away, as a woman the token of her sickness, Begone! shalt thou say thereto,
For Thus, saith Yahweh - incurable is thine injury, - Grievous is thy wound:
In entering to fight with the Chaldeans, it is to fill them with the dead bodies of men, whom I have smitten in mine anger and in mine indignation, - and because of whom I have hidden my face from this city, - by reason of all their wickedness.
Surely, though he cause grief, yet will he have compassion, according to the multitude of his lovingkindnesses;
In that day, shall the son of earth look to him that made him, - And his eyes unto the Holy One of Israel, be turned;