As the sparrow for wandering, as the swallow for flying, so the curse shall not come in vain.
Perhaps Jehovah will look upon my wrong, and Jehovah turn back to me good for his cursing this day.
For the word that they met you not with bread and with water in the way in your coming out of Egypt, and who hired against thee Balaam, son of Beor of Pethor, of Arum of the two rivers, to curse thee.
And a man from the people will answer and say, Thy father adjuring, adjured the people, saying, Cursed the man who shall eat bread this day. And the people were wearied.
And he of the rovers will say to David, Am I a dog that thou camnest to me with rods? and he of the rovers will curse David by his gods.
For they anticipated not the sons of Israel with bread and with water, and he will hire Balaam against him to curse him: and God will turn the curse to blessing.
They will curse and thou wilt bless: they arose and they shall be ashamed; and thy servant shall be glad.
As the bird wandering from her nest, so is a man wandering from his place.