Parallel Verses

NET Bible

Once again you will plant vineyards on the hills of Samaria. Those who plant them will once again enjoy their fruit.

New American Standard Bible

“Again you will plant vineyards
On the hills of Samaria;
The planters will plant
And will enjoy them.

King James Version

Thou shalt yet plant vines upon the mountains of Samaria: the planters shall plant, and shall eat them as common things.

Holman Bible

You will plant vineyards again
on the mountains of Samaria;
the planters will plant and will enjoy the fruit.

International Standard Version

You will again plant vineyards on the hills of Samaria where planters had planted and defiled the fruit.

A Conservative Version

Again thou shall plant vineyards upon the mountains of Samaria. The planters shall plant, and shall enjoy [it].

American Standard Version

Again shalt thou plant vineyards upon the mountains of Samaria; the planters shall plant, and shall enjoy the fruit thereof .

Amplified

Again you shall plant vineyards upon the mountains of Samaria; the planters shall plant and make the fruit common and enjoy it [undisturbed].

Bible in Basic English

Again will your vine-gardens be planted on the hill of Samaria: the planters will be planting and using the fruit.

Darby Translation

Thou shalt again plant vineyards upon the mountains of Samaria; the planters shall plant, and shall eat the fruit.

Julia Smith Translation

Thou shalt yet plant vines upon the mountains of Shomeron: they planting, planted, and they made common

King James 2000

You shall yet plant vines upon the mountains of Samaria: the planters shall plant, and shall eat them as common things.

Lexham Expanded Bible

You will again plant vineyards on the mountains of Samaria. [The] planters will plant, and they will enjoy [it].

Modern King James verseion

You shall yet plant vines on the mountains of Samaria; the planters shall plant, and shall eat them as common things.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

Thou shalt plant vines again upon the hills of Samaria, and the grape gathers shall plant and sing.

New Heart English Bible

Again you shall plant vineyards on the mountains of Samaria; the planters shall plant, and shall enjoy its fruit.

The Emphasized Bible

Again, shalt thou plant vineyards in the mountains of Samaria, The planters have planted, and have laid open the vineyards,

Webster

Thou shalt yet plant vines upon the mountains of Samaria: the planters shall plant, and shall eat them as common things.

World English Bible

Again you shall plant vineyards on the mountains of Samaria; the planters shall plant, and shall enjoy [its fruit].

Youngs Literal Translation

Again thou dost plant vineyards In mountains of Samaria, Planters have planted, and made common.

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
נטע 
Nata` 
Usage: 58

כּרם 
Kerem 
Usage: 93

הר 
Har 
Usage: 544

of Samaria
שׁמרון 
Shom@rown 
Usage: 109

the planters
נטע 
Nata` 
Usage: 58

נטע 
Nata` 
Usage: 58

References

American

Easton

Hastings

Smith

Context Readings

God's Relationship With His People

4 I will rebuild you, my dear children Israel, so that you will once again be built up. Once again you will take up the tambourine and join in the happy throng of dancers. 5 Once again you will plant vineyards on the hills of Samaria. Those who plant them will once again enjoy their fruit. 6 Yes, a time is coming when watchmen will call out on the mountains of Ephraim, "Come! Let us go to Zion to worship the Lord our God!"'"



Cross References

Amos 9:14

I will bring back my people, Israel; they will rebuild the cities lying in rubble and settle down. They will plant vineyards and drink the wine they produce; they will grow orchards and eat the fruit they produce.

Deuteronomy 28:30

You will be engaged to a woman and another man will rape her. You will build a house but not live in it. You will plant a vineyard but not even begin to use it.

Leviticus 19:23-25

"'When you enter the land and plant any fruit tree, you must consider its fruit to be forbidden. Three years it will be forbidden to you; it must not be eaten.

Deuteronomy 20:6

Or who among you has planted a vineyard and not benefited from it? He may go home, lest he die in battle and someone else benefit from it.

1 Samuel 21:5

David said to the priest, "Certainly women have been kept away from us, just as on previous occasions when I have set out. The soldiers' equipment is holy, even on an ordinary journey. How much more so will they be holy today, along with their equipment!"

Isaiah 62:8-9

The Lord swears an oath by his right hand, by his strong arm: "I will never again give your grain to your enemies as food, and foreigners will not drink your wine, which you worked hard to produce.

Isaiah 65:21-22

They will build houses and live in them; they will plant vineyards and eat their fruit.

Ezekiel 36:8

"'But you, mountains of Israel, will grow your branches, and bear your fruit for my people Israel; for they will arrive soon.

Obadiah 1:19

The people of the Negev will take possession of Esau's mountain, and the people of the Shephelah will take possession of the land of the Philistines. They will also take possession of the territory of Ephraim and the territory of Samaria, and the people of Benjamin will take possession of Gilead.

Micah 4:4

Each will sit under his own grapevine or under his own fig tree without any fear. The Lord who commands armies has decreed it.

Zechariah 3:10

In that day,' says the Lord who rules over all, 'everyone will invite his friend to fellowship under his vine and under his fig tree.'"

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