He that soweth perversity, shall reap trouble, and, the rod of his wrath, shall be ready.
For the sceptre of lawlessness shall not remain over the allotment of the righteous, - lest the righteous put forth - unto perversity - their hands.
Ye have plowed lawlessness, perversity, have ye reaped, ye have eaten the fruit of deception, - because thou didst trust in thy chariots, in the multitude of thy mighty men.
In the mouth of the foolish, is a haughty rod, but, as for the lips of the wise, thou shalt give heed to them!
For, the yoke of their burden, The cross-bar of their shoulder, The goad of their driver, Hast thou broken, as in the day of Midian.
Alas! for Assyria, the rod of mine anger, - Yea, the very staff in their hand, is, my displeasure:
Do not rejoice, Philistia, any of thee, In that the rod of him that smote thee, is broken, - For, out of the root of the serpent, shall come forth, a viper, And his fruit be a fiery dragon that flieth.
For, to the wind, they sow, and, to the whirlwind, they reap: stalk, hath it none, That which shooteth forth, shall yield no meal, If so be it yield, foreigners, swallow it lip,
Be not deceiving yourselves! God, is not to be mocked; for, whatsoever a man soweth, the same, shall he also reap, -