1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
33:1 ¶ Alas! thou plunderer, when, thou, hadst not been plundered, And thou traitor, when they had not betrayed thee: When thou hast ceased plundering, thou shalt be plundered, When thou hast left off betraying, they shall betray thee.
33:3 At the noise of a tumult, the peoples retreated,When thou didst lift thyself up, nations were scattered.
33:4 Then shall your spoil, be gathered, as the gathering of the caterpillar,As the swift running of locusts, is he about to run upon them.
33:7 Lo! their heroes, have cried out openly,The messengers of peace, in bitterness, continue weeping [they say]:
33:8 The highways, are deserted, The passer-by on the path, hath ceased,He hath broken covenant, He hath despised cities, He hath made no account of men.
33:9 The land mourneth, languisheth, Lebanon, displayeth shame, is withered,Sharon, hath become, as the waste plain, And Bashan and Carmel, are shaking off their leaves.
33:11 Ye shall conceive chaff, Ye shall bring forth stubble,Your own breath, like fire, shall devour you.
33:12 So shall, peoples, become, as the burnings of lime,As thorns lopped off, with fire, shall they be burned.
33:13 ¶ Hearye that are far off, what I have done, And knowye that are near, my might:
33:14 Terror-stricken in Zion,are sinners, Shuddering hath seized, the impious,Who, among us can sojourn with a fire that devoureth? Who, among us can sojourn with burnings age-abiding?
33:15 He that walketh righteously, And speaketh uprightly,He that refuseth the gain of exactions, That shaketh his hands free from holding a bribe, That stoppeth his ear from hearkening to deeds of blood, And shutteth his eyes from giving countenance to wrong,
33:16 He, the heights, shall inhabit, A stronghold of crags, shall be his refuge,His bread, hath been delivered, His waters, have been made sure.
33:17 Of a king, in his beauty, shall thine eyes, have vision: They shall see a land that stretcheth afar.
33:18 Thy heart, may murmur in terror,Where is the scribe? Wherethe receiver? Wherehe that maketh a list of the towers?
33:19 The fierce people, shalt thou not see,The people, of too deep a lip to be understood, of too barbarous a tongue for thee to comprehend.
33:20 Look thou on Zion, the city of our appointed feast,Thine own eyes, shall see JerusalemA home of comfort A tent which shall not be packed upWhose pins, shall not be pulled out, for ever, And none of, whose cords, shall be broken.
33:23 Loosed, are thy ropes,They cannot strengthen the socket of their mast, They have not unfurled a sail, Now, can be apportioned spoil, in abundance, The lame, have captured prey!
33:24 Neither shall the inhabitant say, I am sick,The people who dwell therein, have been forgiven iniquity.