Isaiah 25


Praise to The LORD

1O  lord my God, I will glorify you, I shall sing praise to your name; for you did wonderful things; [3counsel 2ancient 1true]. May it be. 2For you made cities into a heap of embankments, cities fortified to not fall of their foundations. [2of the 3impious 1The city 6for the 7eon 4in no way 5should be built]. 3On account of this, [4shall bless 5you 1the 3people 2poor], and cities of men being wronged shall bless you. 4For you became [2to every 4city 3humble 1a helper], and [2to the ones 3depressed 4on account of 5lack 1a protection]; [3from 5men 4wicked 1you shall rescue 2them]; a protection to the ones thirsting, and a fresh wind for men being wronged; 5as [2men 1faint-hearted] thirsting in Zion, for you shall rescue them from [2men 1impious], to whom [2us 1you delivered]. 6And [3shall make a feast 1the  lord 2of Hosts] for all the nations; upon this mountain they shall drink in gladness, they shall drink wine. 7They shall anoint with a perfumed liquid on this mountain. You deliver all these things to the nations, for this plan is for all the nations. 8[2swallowed 1Death] prevailing; and again [3removed 1the  lord 2God] every tear from every face; [2the 3scorn 4of the 5people 1he removed] from all the earth; for the mouth of the  lord spoke. 9And they shall say in that day, Behold, our God upon whom we hoped, even he shall deliver us. This is the  lord. We waited for him, and we exulted and were glad over our deliverance. 10[3rest 2will give 1God] upon this mountain, and [3shall be trampled 1the 2land of Moab], in which manner they tread the threshing-floor with wagons. 11And he shall unfasten his hands, in which manner even as he humbled to destroy. And he shall humble his insolence upon which [2his hands 1he put]. 12And the height of the refuge of your house he will lower; and it shall go down unto the ground.
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