1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
1 The unequal comparison of God and idols. 17 The prophet exhorteth to flee from the calamity to come. 19 He lamenteth the spoil of the Tabernacle by foolish pastors. 23 He maketh an humble supplication.
10:3 For, as for the prescribed customs of the peoples, vanity, they are,For, a tree out of the forest, one cutteth down, Work for the hands of a skilled workman, with the axe:
10:4 With silver and with gold, he decketh it,With nails and with hammers, they fasten them, that it may not totter.
10:5 Mere palm-trunks turned, they are, and cannot speak, They must needs be, carried, for they cannot take a step, Be not afraid of them, for they cannot do harm, And, even to do good, is not in their power.
10:7 Who, would not revere thee, O King of nations? For, thee, doth it beseem; Forasmuch as, among all the wise men of the nations, And throughout all their royal estate, None, there is, like unto thee.
10:8 But, at once, do they become brutish and stupid,An example of utmost vanity, is, a tree!
10:9 Silver spread into plates, from Tarshish, is brought, And gold, from Uphaz, Work for the craftsman, and for the hands of the smith,Blue and purple, is their clothing, Work for the skilled, are they all.
10:11 Thus, shall ye say unto them, The gods that made not the heavens, And the earth, Shall perish out of the earth, And from under these heavens!
10:12 He that made the earth by his power, That established the world by his wisdom,And, by his understanding, stretched out the heavens,
10:13 At the voice that he uttered, there was a tumult of waters in the heavens, And he caused vapours to ascend from the ends of the earth,The lightnings for rain, he made, And brought forth wind out of his treasuries.
10:14 Every son of earth hath become too brutish, to discern, Every goldsmith, hath been put to shame, by a graven image,For, a falsehood, is his molten image, Seeing there is no breath in them.
10:15 Vanity, they are, the handiwork of mockeries,In the time of their visitation, shall they perish.
10:17 ¶ Fold up, from the ground, thy travelling carpet,O inhabitress of the fortress;
10:19 Woe to me! for my grievous injury, Severe, is my wound,But, I, said, Verily, this, is an affliction, and I must bear it:
10:20 My tent, is laid waste, And, all my tent-cords, are broken,My children, are gone forth from me, and they, are not. There is none, To stretch out, any more, my tent, Or to set up my curtains.
10:22 The noise of a rumour! lo it hath come! Even a great commotion, out of the land of the North,To make the cities of Judah, A desolation, A den of jackals.
10:25 Pour out thy wrathUpon the nations, that know thee not, and, Upon the families, that, upon thy Name, have not called,For they have devoured Jacob, Yea they have devoured him, and consumed him, And, his habitation, have they made desolate.
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