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Isaiah chapter 19

1
This is a message about Egypt. The LORD is coming to Egypt, riding swiftly on a cloud. The Egyptian idols tremble before him, and the people of Egypt lose their courage.
2
The LORD says, "I will stir up civil war in Egypt and turn brother against brother and neighbor against neighbor. Rival cities will fight each other, and rival kings will struggle for power.
3
I am going to frustrate the plans of the Egyptians and destroy their morale. They will ask their idols to help them, and they will go and consult mediums and ask the spirits of the dead for advice.
4
I will hand the Egyptians over to a tyrant, to a cruel king who will rule them. I, the LORD Almighty, have spoken."
5
The water will be low in the Nile, and the river will gradually dry up.
6
The channels of the river will stink as they slowly go dry. Reeds and rushes will wither,
7
and all the crops planted along the banks of the Nile will dry up and be blown away.
8
Everyone who earns a living by fishing in the Nile will groan and cry; their hooks and their nets will be useless.
9
Those who make linen cloth will be in despair;
10
weavers and skilled workers will be broken and depressed.
11
The leaders of the city of Zoan are fools! Egypt's wisest people give stupid advice! How do they dare to tell the king that they are successors to the ancient scholars and kings?
12
King of Egypt, where are those clever advisers of yours? Perhaps they can tell you what plans the LORD Almighty has for Egypt.
13
The leaders of Zoan and Memphis are fools. They were supposed to lead the nation, but they have misled it.
14
The LORD has made them give confusing advice. As a result, Egypt does everything wrong and staggers like a drunk slipping on his own vomit.
15
No one in Egypt, rich or poor, important or unknown, can offer help.
16
A time is coming when the people of Egypt will be as timid as women. They will tremble in terror when they see that the LORD Almighty has stretched out his hand to punish them.
17
The people of Egypt will be terrified of Judah every time they are reminded of the fate that the LORD Almighty has prepared for them.
18
When that time comes, the Hebrew language will be spoken in five Egyptian cities. The people there will take their oaths in the name of the LORD Almighty. One of the cities will be called, "City of the Sun."
19
When that time comes, there will be an altar to the LORD in the land of Egypt and a stone pillar dedicated to him at the Egyptian border.
20
They will be symbols of the LORD Almighty's presence in Egypt. When the people there are oppressed and call out to the LORD for help, he will send someone to rescue them.
21
The LORD will reveal himself to the Egyptian people, and then they will acknowledge and worship him, and bring him sacrifices and offerings. They will make solemn promises to him and do what they promise.
22
The LORD will punish the Egyptians, but then he will heal them. They will turn to him, and he will hear their prayers and heal them.
23
When that time comes, there will be a highway between Egypt and Assyria. The people of these two countries will travel back and forth between them, and the two nations will worship together.
24
When that time comes, Israel will rank with Egypt and Assyria, and these three nations will be a blessing to all the world.
25
The LORD Almighty will bless them and say, "I will bless you, Egypt, my people; you, Assyria, whom I created; and you, Israel, my chosen people."

Isaiah chapter 20

1
Under the orders of Emperor Sargon of Assyria, the commander-in-chief of the Assyrian army attacked the Philistine city of Ashdod.
2
Three years earlier the LORD had told Isaiah son of Amoz to take off his sandals and the sackcloth he was wearing. He obeyed and went around naked and barefoot.
3
When Ashdod was captured, the LORD said, "My servant Isaiah has been going around naked and barefoot for three years. This is a sign of what will happen to Egypt and Ethiopia.
4
The emperor of Assyria will lead away naked the prisoners he captures from those two countries. Young and old, they will walk barefoot and naked, with their buttocks exposed, bringing shame on Egypt.
5
Those who have put their trust in Ethiopia and have boasted about Egypt will be disillusioned, their hopes shattered.
6
When that time comes, the people who live along the coast of Philistia will say, 'Look at what has happened to the people we relied on to protect us from the emperor of Assyria! How will we ever survive?' "

Isaiah chapter 21

1
This is a message about Babylonia. Like a whirlwind sweeping across the desert, disaster will come from a terrifying land.
2
I have seen a vision of cruel events, a vision of betrayal and destruction. Army of Elam, attack! Army of Media, lay siege to the cities! God will put an end to the suffering which Babylon has caused.
3
What I saw and heard in the vision has filled me with terror and pain, pain like that of a woman in labor.
4
My head is spinning, and I am trembling with fear. I had been longing for evening to come, but it has brought me nothing but terror.
5
In the vision a banquet is ready; rugs are spread for the guests to sit on. They are eating and drinking. Suddenly the command rings out: "Officers! Prepare your shields!"
6
Then the Lord said to me, "Go and post a sentry, and tell him to report what he sees.
7
If he sees riders coming on horseback, two by two, and riders on donkeys and camels, he is to observe them carefully."
8
The sentry calls out, "Sir, I have been standing guard at my post day and night."
9
Suddenly, here they come! Riders on horseback, two by two. The sentry gives the news, "Babylon has fallen! All the idols they worshiped lie shattered on the ground."
10
My people Israel, you have been threshed like wheat, but now I have announced to you the good news that I have heard from the LORD Almighty, the God of Israel.
11
This is a message about Edom. Someone calls to me from Edom, "Sentry, how soon will the night be over? Tell me how soon it will end."
12
I answer, "Morning is coming, but night will come again. If you want to ask again, come back and ask."
13
This is a message about Arabia. People of Dedan, you whose caravans camp in the barren country of Arabia,
14
give water to the thirsty people who come to you. You people of the land of Tema, give food to the refugees.
15
People are fleeing to escape from swords that are ready to kill them, from bows that are ready to shoot, from all the dangers of war.
16
Then the Lord said to me, "In exactly one year the greatness of the tribes of Kedar will be at an end.
17
The archers are the bravest warriors of Kedar, but few of them will be left. I, the LORD God of Israel, have spoken."

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