1 And Balaam will see that it was good in the eyes of Jehovah to praise Israel, and he went not now as before to meet enchantments, and he will set his face to the desert 2 And Balsam will lift up his eyes and see Israel dwelling according to his tribes; and the spirit of God will be upon him. 3 And he will take up his parable and say, Balaam, the son of Beor, and the man of unclosed eye, said; 4 He said, hearing the sayings of God, who will see the vision of the Almighty, falling, and the eyes being uncovered: 5 How good thy tents, Jacob, and thy dwellings, Israel! 6 As valleys extended, as a garden by the river, as tents Jehovah pitched, as cedars by the waters. 7 He will shake out the water from his bucket, and his seed in many waters, and his king shall be lifted up above Agag, and his kingdom shall be raised up. 8 God brought him forth out of Egypt; as the swiftness of the buffalo to him: he shall cut up the nations his enemies; he shall cut off their strong defences, and he shall smite through his arrows. 9 He bowed; he lay down as a lion, and as a lioness: who shall raise him up? Praised he praising thee, and cursed he cursing thee.
10 And Balak's anger will kindle against Balaam, and he will strike his hands: and Balak will say to Balaam, To curse mine enemies I called thee, and behold, blessing, thou didst bless this three beats. 11 And now flee for thyself to thy place: I said, Honoring, I will honor thee, and behold, Jehovah withheld thee from honor.
12 And Balaam will say to Balak, Also to thy messengers which thou sentest to me, spake I not, saying, 13 If Balak will give to me his house full of silver and gold, I shall not be able to pass by the mouth of Jehovah, to do good or evil from my heart; what Jehovah shall speak I will speak it 14 And now, behold me going to my people: come, I will advise thee what this people will do to thy people in the last of the days.
15 And he will take up his parable, and say, Balaam the son of Beor, said, and the man of unclosed eye, said: 16 He said, hearing the sayings of God, honoring the knowledge of the Most High, he will see the vision of the Almighty, falling, and the eyes being uncovered: 17 I shall see him and not now: I shall look after him, and not near: a star came forth from Jacob, and a rod rose up from Israel and dashed in pieces the faces of Moab, and undermined all the sons of Seth. 18 And Edom was an inheritance, and the inheritance of Seir was his enemies; and Israel did in strength. 19 And he shall descend from Jacob, and he destroyed the escaped from the city.
20 And he will see Amalek, and he will take up his parable, and say, Amalek the beginning of the nations, and his latter state he perished forever.
21 And he will see the Kenite, and he will take up his parable, and say, Strong thy dwelling, and put thy nest in the rock. 22 For if Cain shall be for consuming, how long shall Assyria take thee captive?
23 And he will take up his parable, and say, Wo! who shall live, God doing this? 24 And ships from the hand of the Cyprians, and they afflicted Assyria, and they afflicted Heber, and he also perished forever.