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The Jewish Study Bible Contextualizes the Hebrew Bible with accompanying scholarly text on Jewish traditions and history.

Chapter 10

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1Ask the LORD for rain In the e‐ Septuagint reads “in its season / The early rain and the late.” Cf. Deut. 11.14 . season of late rain. ‐e Septuagint reads “in its season / The early rain and the late.” Cf. Deut. 11.14 . It is the LORD who causes storms; f Meaning of Heb. uncertain. And He will provide rainstorms g‐ Emendation yields “[producing] food for men, / Grass in the fields for cattle.” Cf. Deut. 11.14–15 . for them, Grass in the fields for everyone. ‐g Idols consulted for oracles; cf. 1 Sam. 15.23 ; Ezek. 21.26 . 2For the teraphim h Idols consulted for oracles; cf. 1 Sam. 15.23 ; Ezek. 21.26 . spoke delusion, The augurs predicted falsely; And dreamers speak lies And console with illusions. That is why My people have strayed f Meaning of Heb. uncertain. like a flock, They suffer f Meaning of Heb. uncertain. for lack of a shepherd. 3My anger is roused against the shepherds, And I will punish the he‐goats. a I.e., oppressive leaders; cf. Ezek. 34.17 ff. For the LORD of Hosts has taken thought In behalf of His flock, the House of Judah; He will make them like majestic chargers in battle. 4From them shall come b‐ Emendation yields “shields and bucklers.” cornerstones, From them tent pegs, ‐b Emendation yields “shields and bucklers.” From them bows of combat, And every captain shall also arise from them. 5And together they shall be like warriors in battle, Tramping in the dirt of the streets; They shall fight, for the LORD shall be with them, And they shall put horsemen to shame. 6I will give victory to the House of Judah, And triumph to the House of Joseph. I will restore them, for I have pardoned them, And they shall be as though I had never disowned them; For I the LORD am their God, And I will answer their prayers. 7 c‐ Emendation yields “And when Ephraim is victorious, / They….” Ephraim shall be like a warrior, And they ‐c Emendation yields “And when Ephraim is victorious, / They….” shall exult as with wine; Their children shall see it and rejoice, They shall exult in the LORD. 8I will whistle to them and gather them, For I will redeem them; They shall increase d‐ Meaning of Heb. uncertain. and continue increasing. ‐d Meaning of Heb. uncertain. 9For though I sowed them among the nations, In the distant places they shall remember Me, They shall escape with their children and shall return. 10I will bring them back from the land of Egypt And gather them from Assyria; And I will bring them to the lands of Gilead and Lebanon, And even they shall not suffice for them. 11 d‐ Meaning of Heb. uncertain. A hemmed‐in force shall pass over the sea And shall stir up waves in the sea; ‐d Meaning of Heb. uncertain. And all the deeps of the Nile shall dry up. Down shall come the pride of Assyria, And the scepter of Egypt shall pass away. 12But I will make them a I.e., Judah and Ephraim. mighty through the LORD, And they shall b‐ Meaning of Heb. uncertain. Emendation yields “have glory”; cf. Isa. 45.25 . march proudly ‐b Meaning of Heb. uncertain. Emendation yields “have glory”; cf. Isa. 45.25 . in His name

—declares the LORD.

Notes:

e‐e Septuagint reads “in its season / The early rain and the late.” Cf. Deut. 11.14 .

f Meaning of Heb. uncertain.

g‐g Emendation yields “[producing] food for men, / Grass in the fields for cattle.” Cf. Deut. 11.14–15 .

h Idols consulted for oracles; cf. 1 Sam. 15.23 ; Ezek. 21.26 .

a I.e., oppressive leaders; cf. Ezek. 34.17 ff.

b‐b Emendation yields “shields and bucklers.”

c‐c Emendation yields “And when Ephraim is victorious, / They….”

d‐d Meaning of Heb. uncertain.

a I.e., Judah and Ephraim.

b‐b Meaning of Heb. uncertain. Emendation yields “have glory”; cf. Isa. 45.25 .

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