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18 The Lord who rules over all is the God of Israel. He says,

“I punished the king of Assyria.
    In the same way, I will punish
    the king of Babylon and his land.
19 But I will bring Israel back to their own grasslands.
    I will feed them on Mount Carmel and in Bashan.
I will satisfy their hunger
    on the hills of Ephraim and Gilead.
20 The days are coming,”
    announces the Lord.
“At that time people will search for Israel’s guilt.
    But they will not find any.
They will search for Judah’s sins.
    But they will not find any.
    That is because I will forgive the people I have spared.

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18 Therefore this is what the Lord Almighty, the God of Israel, says:

“I will punish the king of Babylon and his land
    as I punished the king(A) of Assyria.(B)
19 But I will bring(C) Israel back to their own pasture,
    and they will graze on Carmel and Bashan;
their appetite will be satisfied(D)
    on the hills(E) of Ephraim and Gilead.(F)
20 In those days, at that time,”
    declares the Lord,
“search will be made for Israel’s guilt,
    but there will be none,(G)
and for the sins(H) of Judah,
    but none will be found,
    for I will forgive(I) the remnant(J) I spare.

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