Ezekiel 27

Lament over Tyre

1Moreover, the word of the  Lord came to me saying, 2And you, son of man, a  take up a lamentation over Tyre; 3and say to Tyre b  who dwells at the
Lit entrances
entrance to the sea d  merchant of the peoples to many coastlands, ‘Thus says the Lord
Heb YHWH, usually rendered  Lord , and so throughout the ch
 God, O Tyre, you have said, ‘I am perfect in beauty.’
4Your borders are in the heart of the seas;
Your builders have perfected your beauty.
5“They have
Lit built
made all your planks of fir trees from g  Senir;
They have taken a cedar from Lebanon to make a mast for you.
6“Of h  oaks from i  Bashan they have made your oars;
With ivory they have
Lit made
inlaid your deck of boxwood from the coastlands of k  Cyprus.
7Your sail was of fine embroidered linen from Egypt
So that it became your
Or standard
distinguishing mark;
Your
Lit covering
awning was
Or violet
,
o  blue and purple from the coastlands of p  Elishah.
8The inhabitants of Sidon and q  Arvad were your rowers;
Your r  wise men, O Tyre, were
Lit in you
aboard; they were your pilots.
9The elders of t  Gebal and her wise men were with you repairing your seams;
All the ships of the sea and their sailors were with you in order to deal in your merchandise.

10 u  Persia and v  Lud and w  Put were in your army, your men of war. They hung shield and helmet in you; they set forth your splendor. 11The sons of Arvad and your army were on your walls, all around, and the
Or valorous ones
Gammadim were in your towers. They hung their shields on your walls all around; they perfected your beauty.

12Tarshish was your customer because of the abundance of all kinds of wealth; with silver, iron, tin and lead they paid for your wares. 13 y  Javan z  Tubal and aa  Meshech, they were your traders; with the ab  lives of men and vessels of bronze they paid for your merchandise. 14“Those from ac  Beth-togarmah gave horses and war horses and mules for your wares. 15The sons of ad  Dedan were your traders. Many coastlands were
Lit the market of your hand
your market; af  ivory tusks and ebony they brought as your payment.
16 ag  Aram was your customer because of the abundance of your
Lit works
goods; they paid for your wares with ai  emeralds, purple aj  embroidered work, fine linen, coral and rubies.
17Judah and the land of Israel, they were your traders; with the wheat of ak  Minnith,
Heb pannag
cakes, honey, oil and balm they paid for your merchandise.
18 am  Damascus was your customer because of the abundance of your
Lit works
goods, because of the abundance of all kinds of wealth, because of the wine of Helbon and white wool.
19Vedan and Javan paid for your wares
Or with yarn
from Uzal; wrought iron, cassia and
Or calamus
sweet cane were among your merchandise.
20 aq  Dedan traded with you in saddlecloths for riding. 21 ar  Arabia and all the princes of Kedar, they were
Lit customers of your hand
your customers for at  lambs, rams and goats; for these they were your customers.
22The traders of au  Sheba and Raamah, they traded with you; they paid for your wares with the best of all kinds of av  spices, and with all kinds of precious stones and gold. 23Haran, Canneh, aw  Eden, the traders of Sheba, Asshur and Chilmad traded with you. 24They traded with you in choice garments, in clothes of
Or violet
blue and embroidered work, and in carpets of many colors and tightly wound cords, which were among your merchandise.
25“The ay  ships of Tarshish were
Lit your travelers
the carriers for your merchandise. And you were filled and were very
Lit honored
glorious
In the heart of the seas.

26Your rowers have brought you
Into bb  great waters;
The bc  east wind has broken you
In the heart of the seas.
27Your wealth, your wares, your merchandise,
Your sailors and your pilots,
Your repairers of seams, your dealers in merchandise
And all your men of war who are in you,
With all your company that is in your midst,
Will fall into the heart of the seas
On the day of your overthrow.
28At the sound of the cry of your pilots
The pasture lands will bd  shake.
29All who handle the oar,
The be  sailors and all the pilots of the sea
Will come down from their ships;
They will stand on the land,
30And they will bf  make their voice heard over you
And will cry bitterly.
They will bg  cast dust on their heads,
They will bh  wallow in ashes.
31Also they will make themselves bi  bald for you
And bj  gird themselves with sackcloth;
And they will bk  weep for you in bitterness of soul
With bitter mourning.
32Moreover, in their wailing they will take up a bl  lamentation for you
And lament over you:
Who is like Tyre,
Like her who is silent in the midst of the sea?
33When your wares went out from the seas,
You satisfied many peoples;
With the bm  abundance of your wealth and your merchandise
You enriched the kings of earth.
34
Lit The time
Now that you are bo  broken by the seas
In the depths of the waters,
Your bp  merchandise and all your company
Have fallen in the midst of you.
35All the bq  inhabitants of the coastlands
Are appalled at you,
And their kings are horribly afraid;
They are troubled in countenance.
36The merchants among the peoples br  hiss at you;
You have become
Lit terrors
terrified
And you bt  will cease to be forever.’”’”

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