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“Woe to the land of buzzing wings beyond the rivers of Cush, which sends emissaries by sea, in swift craft across the water! Go speedily, you messengers, to a people perpetually on the move, a nation dreaded far and wide, a people continually infringing, whose rivers have annexed their lands!” (Isaiah 18:1–2)

“Woe to those who go down to Egypt for help, relying on horses, putting their trust in immense numbers of chariots and vast forces of horsemen, but who do not look to the Holy One of Israel, nor inquire of Jehovah! Yet he too is shrewd and will bring disaster [upon them], and not retract his words. He will rise up against the brood of miscreants and allies of evildoers.” (Isaiah 31:1–2)

“They have no desire to walk in his ways or obey his law. So in the heat of his anger he pours out on them the violence of war, till it envelopes them in flames—yet they remain unaware—till it sets them on fire; yet they take it not to heart.” (Isaiah 42:24–25)

“The anger of Jehovah is kindled against his people: he draws back his hand against them and strikes them; the mountains quake, and their corpses lie like litter about the streets. Yet for all this his anger is not abated; his hand is upraised still.” (Isaiah 5:25)

“Though nations form pacts, they shall be routed. Give heed, all you distant lands! You may take courage in one another, but shall be in fear; you may arm yourselves, but shall be terrorized. Though you hold consultations, they shall come to nought; though you make proposals, they shall not prove firm.” (Isaiah 8:9–10)

“Wickedness shall be set ablaze like a fire, and briars and thorns shall it consume; it shall ignite the jungle forests, and they shall billow upward in mushrooming clouds of smoke. At the wrath of Jehovah of Hosts the earth is scorched, and people are but fuel for the fire.” (Isaiah 9:18–19)

“Your land is ruined, your cities burned with fire; your native soil is devoured by aliens in your presence, laid waste at its takeover by foreigners.” (Isaiah 1:7)

“Their stalwarts sob in public; the champions of peace weep bitterly. The highways are desolate, travel is at an end. The treaties have been violated, their signatories held in contempt; man is disregarded.” (Isaiah 33:7–8)

“Had you but obeyed my commandments, your peace would have been as a river, your righteousness like the waves of the sea; your offspring would have been as the sands in number, your descendants as many as their grains. Their names would not have been cut off and obliterated from my presence.” (Isaiah 48:18–19).

“For how long, my Lord? And he said, Until the cities lie desolate and without inhabitant, the houses without a man, and the land ravaged to ruin.” (Isaiah 6:11)

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