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Passage Lookup: Jeremiah 10:19,20; Jeremiah 9:1,10; Isaiah 15:5

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Jeremiah 10:19
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(ao)Woe is me, because of my [i]injury! My (ap)wound is incurable. But I said, "Truly this is a sickness, And I (aq)must bear it."
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Jeremiah 10:20
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My (ar)tent is destroyed, And all my ropes are broken; My (as)sons have gone from me and are no more. There is (at)no one to stretch out my tent again Or to set up my curtains.
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Jeremiah 9:1
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[a](a)Oh that my head were waters And my eyes a fountain of tears, That I might weep day and night For the slain of the (b)daughter of my people!
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Jeremiah 9:10
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"For the (w)mountains I will take up a weeping and wailing, And for the pastures of the (x)wilderness a dirge, Because they are (y)laid waste so that no one passes through, And the lowing of the cattle is not heard; Both the (z)birds of the sky and the beasts have fled; they are gone.
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Isaiah 15:5
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My heart cries out for Moab; His fugitives are as far as (i)Zoar and Eglath-shelishiyah, For they go up the (j)ascent of Luhith weeping; Surely on the road to Horonaim they raise a cry of distress (k)over their ruin.
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