1898 Young's Literal Translation (YLT)
1 The Church, complaining of her small number, 3 and the general corruption, 5 putteth her confidence not in man, but in God. 8 She triumpheth over her enemies. 14 God comforteth her by promises, 16 by confusion of the enemies, 18 and by his mercies.
7:1 ¶ My woe [is] to me, for I have been As gatherings of summer-fruit, As gleanings of harvest, There is no cluster to eat, The first-ripe fruit desired hath my soul.
7:2 Perished hath the kind out of the land, And upright among menthere are none, All of them for blood lie in wait, Each his brother they hunt [with] a net.
7:3 ¶ On the evil [are] both hands to do [it] well, The prince is askingalso the judgefor recompence, And the greathe is speaking the mischief of his soul, And they wrap it up.
7:4 Their best one [is] as a brier, The upright onethan a thorn-hedge, The day of thy watchmenThy visitationhath come. Now is their perplexity.
7:5 ¶ Believe not in a friend, trust not in a leader, From her who is lying in thy bosom keep the openings of thy mouth.
7:6 For a son is dishonouring a father, A daughter hath stood against her mother, A daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law, The enemies of each [are] the men of his house.
7:9 The indignation of Jehovah I do bear, For I have sinned against Him, Till that He doth plead my cause, And hath executed my judgment, He doth bring me forth to the light, I look on His righteousness.
7:11 The day to build thy walls! That dayremoved is the limit.
7:12 That dayeven unto thee it doth come in, From Asshur and the cities of the fortress, And from the fortress even unto the river, And from sea to sea, and mount to mount.
7:13 And the land hath been for a desolation, Because of its inhabitants, Because of the fruit of their doings.
7:14 ¶ Rule Thou Thy people with Thy rod, The flock of Thine inheritance, Dwelling alone [in] a forest in the midst of Carmel, They enjoy Bashan and Gilead as in days of old.
7:15 According to the days of thy coming forth out of the land of Egypt, I do shew it wonderful things.
7:16 ¶ See do nations, and they are ashamed of all their might, They lay a hand on the mouth, their ears are deaf.
7:18 Who [is] a God like Thee? taking away iniquity, And passing by the transgression of the remnant of His inheritance, He hath not retained for ever His anger, Because HeHe delighteth [in] kindness.
7:19 He doth turn back, He pitieth us, He doth subdue our iniquities, And Thou castest into the depths of the sea all their sins.
7:20 Thou givest truth to Jacob, kindness to Abraham, That thou hast sworn to our fathers, from the days of antiquity!
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