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Destruction upon destruction is cried; for the whole land is spoiled: suddenly are my tents spoiled, and my curtains in a moment.
Lift up an ensign - Zion-ward, Bring into safety, do not tarry, - For, calamity, am, I, bringing in from the North, Even, a great destruction:
Let my persecutors, turn pale, hut let not me, turn pale, Let, them, be terrified, but let not, me, be terrified, - Bring thou upon them a day of calamity, And with a double fracture, destroy them.
And, if even with these things, ye will not hearken unto me, Then will I yet further correct you seven times, for your sins.
Roaring deep unto roaring deep, is calling, at the voice of thy cataracts, All thy breakers and thy rolling waves, over me, have passed.
Howl ye! for at hand is the day of Yahweh, - As a veritable destruction from the Almighty, shall it come.
Terror and a pit, have befallen us, tumult and grievous injury;
Destruction, hath entered,- And they shall seek welfare and there be none.
For thus, saith My Lord Yahweh, How much less should they avail when my four calamitous judgments, sword and famine and mischievous wild beast and pestilence I have sent against Jerusalem, - to cut off therefrom man and beast?
Alas for the day! For near is the day of Yahweh, and, as a veritable Destruction from the Destroyer, shall it come.
And be not in fear, by reason of them that are killing the body, - and, the soul, are not able to kill. But fear, rather, him who is able, both soul and body, to destroy in gehenna!
2 Thessalonians 1:9
Who, indeed, a penalty, shall pay - age-abiding destruction from the face of the Lord and from the glory of his might -
Woe to me! for my grievous injury, Severe, is my wound, - But, I, said, Verily, this, is an affliction and I must bear it:
Look thou on Zion, the city of our appointed feast, - Thine own eyes, shall see Jerusalem - A home of comfort A tent which shall not be packed up - Whose pins shall not be pulled out, for ever, And none of, whose cords, shall be broken.
Enlarge the space of thy tent And the curtains of thy habitations, let them spread forth do not spare, - Lengthen thy cords, And thy tent-pins, make thou fast;
Thus hath he destroyed, like a garden, his pavilion, hath laid waste his place of assembly, - Yahweh, hath caused to be forgotten, in Zion, the appointed assembly and the sabbath, and hath spurned, in the indignation of his anger, the king and the priest.
Under distress, saw I the tents of Ethiopia, - tremble, do the curtains of the land of Midian.
Then said Yahweh unto Moses - Say unto the sons of Israel, Ye, are a stiff-necked people, in one moment - if I should go up in thy midst, should I make an end of thee, - Now, therefore lay down thine ornaments from off thee, that I may see what I must do with thee.
Separate yourselves out of the midst of this assembly, - that I may consume them in a moment.
And blessed be his glorious Name, unto times ago-abiding, - And filled with his glory be all the earth, Amen and Amen!
Yet shall there come to thee - both these, in a moment, in one day, Loss of children and widowhood, - To their full, have they come on thee, Spite of the mass of thine incantations, Spite of the great throng of thy spells.
The sound of battle is in the earth, - And a great destruction.