1 A Message About Jerusalem
3 All of your leaders have run away. 3 They've been captured without a single arrow being shot. 3 All those who were caught were taken away as prisoners. 3 They ran off while your enemies were still far away.
5 The Lord who rules over all sent the noise of battle against you. 5 The Lord brought disorder and terror 5 to the Valley of Vision. 5 The walls of the city were knocked down. 5 Cries for help were heard in the mountains.
7 Your rich valleys filled up with chariots. 7 Horsemen took up their battle positions at your city gates. 8 Judah wasn't a safe place to live in anymore. 8 When all of that happened, you depended 8 on the weapons in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon.
11 You built a pool between the two walls. 11 You used it to save the water 11 that was running down from the Old Pool. 11 But you didn't look to the One who made it all possible. 11 You didn't pay any attention to the One 11 who planned everything long ago.
13 Instead, you are enjoying yourselves at wild parties! 13 You are killing cattle and sheep. 13 You are eating their meat and drinking wine. 13 You are saying, "Let's eat and drink, 13 because tomorrow we'll die."
14 I heard the Lord who rules over all speaking. "Your sin can never be paid for as long as you people live," says the Lord.
16 'What are you doing here outside the city? 16 Who allowed you to cut out a tomb for yourself here? 16 Who said you could carve out your grave on the hillside? 16 Who allowed you to cut out your resting place in the rock?
18 He will roll you up tightly like a ball. 18 He will throw you into a very large country. 18 There you will die. 18 And there the chariots you are so proud of will remain. 18 You bring shame on your master's family!
20 " 'At that time he will send for his servant Eliakim. He is the son of Hilkiah. 21 The Lord will put your robe on Eliakim. He will tie your belt around him. He will hand your authority over to him. Eliakim will be like a father to the people of Jerusalem and Judah.
22 " 'The Lord will give Eliakim the key of authority in David's royal house. No one can shut what he opens. And no one can open what he shuts. 23 The Lord will set him firmly in place like a peg that is driven into a wall. He will hold a position of honor in his family. 24 The good name of his whole family will depend on him. They will be like bowls and jars hanging on a peg.
25 " 'But a new day is coming,' " announces the Lord who rules over all. " 'At that time the peg that was driven into the wall will give way. It will break off and fall down. And the heavy load hanging on it will also fall.' " The Lord has spoken.
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