Parallel Verses

International Standard Version

May our cattle grow heavy with young, with no damage or loss. May there be no cry of anguish in our streets!

New American Standard Bible

Let our cattle bear
Without mishap and without loss,
Let there be no outcry in our streets!

King James Version

That our oxen may be strong to labour; that there be no breaking in, nor going out; that there be no complaining in our streets.

Holman Bible

Our cattle will be well fed.
There will be no breach in the walls,
no going into captivity,
and no cry of lament in our public squares.

A Conservative Version

our oxen are well laden, no breaking in, and no going forth, and no outcry in our streets,

American Standard Version

When our oxen are well laden; When there is no breaking in, and no going forth, And no outcry in our streets:

Amplified


Let our cattle bear
Without mishap and without loss,
And let there be no outcry in our streets!

Darby Translation

Our kine laden with young; no breaking in and no going forth, and no outcry in our streets.

Julia Smith Translation

Our oxen bearing no breaking, and no coming forth, and no complaining in our broad places.

King James 2000

That our oxen may be strong to labor; that there be no breaking in, nor going out; that there be no outcry in our streets.

Lexham Expanded Bible

[that] our cattle [may be] pregnant; [that there be] no breach [in our walls], and no going out [in exile], and no outcry in our plazas.

Modern King James verseion

and our oxen may be loaded; there is no breaking in nor going out and no crying in our streets.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

that our oxen may be strong to labour; that there be no decay, no leading into captivity, and no complaining in our streets.

NET Bible

Our cattle will be weighted down with produce. No one will break through our walls, no one will be taken captive, and there will be no terrified cries in our city squares.

New Heart English Bible

Our oxen will pull heavy loads. There is no breaking in, and no going away, and no outcry in our streets.

The Emphasized Bible

Our oxen, well-laden; no breaking in and no departing, - and no loud lament in our places of concourse: -

Webster

That our oxen may be strong to labor; that there be no breaking in, nor going out; that there be no complaining in our streets.

World English Bible

Our oxen will pull heavy loads. There is no breaking in, and no going away, and no outcry in our streets.

Youngs Literal Translation

Our oxen are carrying, there is no breach, And there is no outgoing, And there is no crying in our broad places.

References

Easton

Context Readings

A King's Prayer

13 May our granaries be filled, storing produce in abundance; may our sheep bring forth thousands, even tens of thousands in our fields. 14 May our cattle grow heavy with young, with no damage or loss. May there be no cry of anguish in our streets! 15 Happy are the people to whom these things come; happy are the people whose God is the LORD. A Davidic Psalm


Cross References

Deuteronomy 28:7

"The LORD will make your enemies, who rise against you and attack from one direction, to flee from you in seven directions.

Deuteronomy 28:25

"The LORD will cause you to be defeated by your enemies. You'll go out against them in one direction, but you'll flee from them in seven directions. Consequently, you'll be in a state of great terror throughout all the kingdoms of the earth.

Judges 5:8

New gods were chosen, then war came to the city gates, but there wasn't a shield or spear to be seen among 40,000 soldiers of Israel.

Judges 6:3

Whenever the Israelis sowed their crops, the Midianites, the Amalekites, and certain groups from the east would come up and invade them.

Judges 6:6

Because Israel was deeply impoverished due to the Midianites, they cried out to the LORD.

1 Samuel 13:17-23

Raiders went out of the Philistine camp in three companies. One company turned in the direction of Ophrah, to the land of Shual,

1 Samuel 31:7

When the men of Israel who were across the valley and who were across the Jordan saw that the army of Israel had fled, and that Saul and his sons were dead, they abandoned the cities and fled, and the Philistines came and occupied them.

Isaiah 24:11

There is an outcry in the streets over wine; all cheer turns to gloom; the fun times of the earth are banished.

Jeremiah 13:17-19

If you don't listen, I'll cry secretly because of your pride. My eyes will cry bitterly, flowing tears, because the LORD's flock has been taken captive.

Jeremiah 14:2

"Judah mourns, and her gates languish. The people mourn for the land, and the cry of Jerusalem goes up.

Jeremiah 14:18

If I go out into the field, I see those slain by the sword! If I go into the city, I see the ravages of the famine! Indeed, both prophet and priest ply their trade in the land, but they don't know anything.'"

Lamentations 1:4-6

The roads that lead to Zion are in mourning, because no one travels to the festivals. All her gates are desolate; her priests are moaning. Her young women are grieving, and she is bitter.

Zechariah 8:3-5

"This is what the LORD says: "I will return to Zion and I will live in the midst of Jerusalem. And Jerusalem will be called, "The City of Truth" and the mountain of the LORD of the Heavenly Armies will be called, "The Holy Mountain".'

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