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

Chapter 13

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1In that day a fountain shall be open to the House of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem for purging and cleansing.

2In that day, too—declares the LORD of Hosts—I will erase the very names of the idols from the land; they shall not be uttered any more. And I will also make the “prophets” and the e‐ To which abnormal human behavior was attributed. unclean spirit ‐e To which abnormal human behavior was attributed. vanish from the land. 3If anyone “prophesies” thereafter, his own father and mother, who brought him into the world, will say to him, “You shall die, for you have lied in the name of the LORD“; and his own father and mother, who brought him into the world, will put him to death when he “prophesies.” 4In that day, every “prophet” will be ashamed of the “visions” [he had] when he “prophesied.” In order to deceive, he f Heb. “They.” will not wear a hairy mantle, g In imitation of Elijah; cf. 2 Kings 1.8 . 5and he will declare, “I am not a ‘prophet’; h‐ I.e., I was addicted to wine like Noah, the tiller of the soil (cf. Gen. 9.20–21 ), hence my hallucinations and ravings; cf. Prov. 23.33 . I am a tiller of the soil; ‐h I.e., I was addicted to wine like Noah, the tiller of the soil (cf. Gen. 9.20–21 ), hence my hallucinations and ravings; cf. Prov. 23.33 . you see, i‐ Connecting ’adam with’adom “red” (cf. Prov. 23.31 ); but meaning of Heb. uncertain. I was plied with the red stuff ‐i Connecting ’adam with’adom “red” (cf. Prov. 23.31 ); but meaning of Heb. uncertain. from my youth on.”

6And if he is asked, “What are those a‐ Lit. “sores between your arms”; cf. 2 Kings 9.24 . Sores are sometimes symptoms of hysteria. sores on your back?” ‐a Lit. “sores between your arms”; cf. 2 Kings 9.24 . Sores are sometimes symptoms of hysteria. he will reply, “From being beaten in the homes of my friends.” b Presumably for making drunken scenes; cf. Prov. 23.35 .

7 c Vv. 7–9 would read well after 11.17 . O sword! Rouse yourself against My shepherd, The man d‐ Meaning of Heb. uncertain. in charge of My flock ‐d Meaning of Heb. uncertain.

—says the LORD of Hosts.

Strike down the shepherd And let the flock scatter; And I will also turn My hand Against all the shepherd boys. 8Throughout the land

—declares the LORD—

Two‐thirds shall perish, shall die, And one‐third of it shall survive. 9That third I will put into the fire, And I will smelt them as one smelts silver And test them as one tests gold. They will invoke Me by name, And I will respond to them. I will declare, “You are My people,” And they will declare, “The LORD is our God!”

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e‐e To which abnormal human behavior was attributed.

f Heb. “They.”

g In imitation of Elijah; cf. 2 Kings 1.8 .

h‐h I.e., I was addicted to wine like Noah, the tiller of the soil (cf. Gen. 9.20–21 ), hence my hallucinations and ravings; cf. Prov. 23.33 .

i‐i Connecting ’adam with’adom “red” (cf. Prov. 23.31 ); but meaning of Heb. uncertain.

a‐a Lit. “sores between your arms”; cf. 2 Kings 9.24 . Sores are sometimes symptoms of hysteria.

b Presumably for making drunken scenes; cf. Prov. 23.35 .

c Vv. 7–9 would read well after 11.17 .

d‐d Meaning of Heb. uncertain.

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