1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
48:2 No more, is the praise of Moab, In Heshbon, have they devised against her, calamity, Come, and let us cut her off from being a nation,Even, thou, Madmen also, shalt be silenced, After thee, shall march the sword.
48:3 A voice of outcry, from Horonaim,Wasting and great destruction!
48:4 Moab is broken: Her little ones, have caused to be heard an outcry.
48:5 For, the ascent of Luhith, with weeping, one ascendethwith weeping,For, in the descent of Horonaim, the distress of the outcry of destruction, have they heard:
48:6 Flee, deliver your own lives,Then shall the women be as a shrub in the desert.
48:7 For, seeing thou hast trusted in thy works and in thy treasures, Thou too, shalt be captured,Then shall Chemosh go forth into captivity, His priests and his princes together.
48:9 Give wing to Moab, For she must, fly away; And, her cities, To desolation, shall be turned, With no inhabitant therein.
48:11 Moab, hath been at ease, from his youth, And, settled, is he, upon his lees, And hath not been poured out from vessel to vessel, Nor, into captivity, hath gone,For this cause, hath his flavour stood still, within him, And, his scent, is unchanged.
48:13 Then shall, Moab, be ashamed, of, Chemosh,Just as, the sons of Israel, were ashamed of, Bethel, their confidence.
48:14 ¶ How, can ye say, Heroes, are we? and, Men of might for the war?
48:16 Near, is the doom of Moab, to come,And, his calamity, hasteth, greatly.
48:17 Lament ye for himAll that are round about him, and, All that know his name,Say, How, is brokenThe staff of strength! The rod of beauty!
48:18 Come down from glory, and sit in thirst, O inhabitress, daughter of Dibon; For, the spoiler of Moab, hath come up against thee, He hath laid in ruins thy strongholds.
48:19 Near the way, take thy stand and keep outlook, O inhabitress of Aroer: Askhim that fleeth, and, Her that hath escaped, Say, What hath happened?
48:20 Confounded is Moab! For it is broken down! Howl and make outcry,Tell ye in Arnon, That Moab, is spoiled;
48:21 And, judgment, hath come, Upon the country of the table-land,Upon Holon, and, Upon Jazer, and, Upon Mephaath;
48:22 and, Upon Dibon, and, Upon Nebo, and, Upon Beth-diblathaim;
48:23 and, Upon Kiriathaim, and, Upon Beth-gamul, and, Upon Beth-meon;
48:24 and, Upon Kerioth, and, Upon Bozrah,Yea, upon all the cities of the land of Moab, far, and near.
48:27 And was it not, a derision, that Israel, became to thee? And was it not, among thieves, he was found? For, as often as thou didst speak of him, thou didst wag the head!
48:28 Leave ye the cities, and dwell in the cliff, Ye inhabitants of Moab; And become ye as a dove, that maketh her nest in the further-side of the fissure's mouth.
48:29 We have heard the arrogance of Moabproud exceedingly: His loftiness and his arrogance and his majesty, and his elevation of heart!
48:31 For this cause, over Moab, will I howl, And, for all, Moab, will I make outcry,For the men of Kir-heres, must one, moan!
48:32 Beyond the weeping of Jazer, will I weep for thee, O vine of Sibmah, Thy tendrils, have gone over the sea, Unto the sea of Jazer, have they reached, Upon thy summer fruits, And upon thy vintage, the spoiler, hath fallen.
48:33 So shall be withdrawn gladness and exultationFrom the fruitful field, and, From the land of Moab,And, wine from the vats, have I caused to fail, They shall not tread with shouting, The shouting, shall be no, shouting!
48:34 From the outcry of Heshbon, Even unto Elealeh, Even unto Jahaz, have they given forth their voice, From Zoar even unto Horonaim, the third Eglath,For, even the waters of Nimrim, to utter desolation, have been turned:
48:36 For this cause, my heart, for Moab, like flutes, shall make plaintive sounds, Yea, my heart, for the men of Kir-heres, like flutes, shall make plaintive sounds, Because, the abundance he hath gotten, is lost!
48:37 For, every head, is baldness, And, every beard, clipped: Upon all hands, are gashes, And, upon the loins, sackcloth!
48:39 How, it is broken down! They have howled, How, hath Moab turned the back, for shame,So shall Moab become a derision and a terror, to all round about him.
48:41 Captured, is Kerioth, And, the fortresses, are seized,Then shall the heart of the heroes of Moab become in that, day, As the heart of a woman in her pains.
48:44 He that fleeth from the face of the terror, Shall fall into the pit, And, he that getteth up out of the pit, Shall be captured by the snare,For I will bring against heragainst Moab, The year of their visitation, Declareth Yahweh.
48:45 In the shadow of Heshbon, stand strengthless, the fugitives,For, a fire, hath gone forth out of Heshbon, And shall flame out of the midst of Sihon, And shall devour the beard of Moab, And the crown of the head of the proudly tumultuous.
48:46 Woe to thee, Moab! Lost, are the people of Chemosh,For thy sons, have been taken, into captivity, And thy daughters into captivity.
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