Isaiah 24 CSB

The Earth Judged

1 Look, the Lord is stripping the earth bare and making it desolate. He will twist its surface and scatter its inhabitants:

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      2 people and priest alike, servant and master, female servant and mistress, buyer and seller, lender and borrower, creditor and debtor.
      3 The earth will be stripped completely bare and will be totally plundered, for the Lord has spoken this message.a

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        • a 24:3 - Isa 1:20; 6:11
          4 The earth mourns and withers; the world wastes away and withers; the exalted people of the earth waste away.
          5 The earth is polluted by its inhabitants,b for they have transgressed teachings, overstepped decrees, and broken the everlasting covenant.

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            • b 24:5 - Gn 6:5,11-12
              6 Therefore a curse has consumed the earth,c and its inhabitants have become guilty; the earth's inhabitants have been burned, and only a few survive.

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                  7 The new wine mourns; the vine withers. All the carousers now groan.
                  8 The joyful tambourines have ceased. The noise of the jubilant has stopped. The joyful lyre has ceased.
                  9 They no longer sing and drink wine; beer is bitter to those who drink it.
                  10 The city of chaos is shattered; every house is closed to entry.
                  11 In the streets they cryd for wine. All joy grows dark; earth's rejoicing goes into exile.

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                    • d 24:11 - Lit streets she (the city) cries
                      12 Only desolation remains in the city; its gate has collapsed in ruins.
                      13 For this is how it will be on earth among the nations: like a harvested olive tree, like a gleaning after a grape harvest.
                      14 They raise their voices, they sing out; they proclaim in the west the majesty of the Lord.
                      15 Therefore in the east honor the Lord! In the islands of the west [honor] the name of the Lord, the God of Israel.
                      16 From the ends of the earth we hear songs: The Splendor of the Righteous One. But I said, "I waste away! I waste away!e Woe is me." The treacherous act treacherously; the treacherous deal very treacherously.

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                          17 Terror, pit, and snare [await] you who dwell on the earth.
                          18 Whoever flees at the sound of terror will fall into a pit, and whoever escapes from the pit will be caught in a snare. For the windows are opened from above, and the foundations of the earth are shaken.
                          19 The earth is completely devastated; the earth is split open; the earth is violently shaken.
                          20 The earth staggers like a drunkard and sways like a hut. Earth's rebellion weighs it down, and it falls, never to rise again.
                          21 On that day the Lord will punish the host of heaven above and kings of the earth below.
                          22 They will be gathered together like prisoners in a pit.f They will be confined to a dungeon; after many days they will be punished.

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                              23 The moon will be put to shame and the sun disgraced, because the Lord of Hosts will reign as king on Mount Zion in Jerusalem, and He will [display His] glory in the presence of His elders.g

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