Orthodox Jewish Bible
5 Is such as this a tzom that I have chosen? Merely for adam to afflict his nefesh? To bow down his rosh like a bulrush, and to spread sackcloth and efer (ashes) under him? Wilt thou call this a tzom, and a yom ratzon (a day of acceptance, an acceptable day) unto Hashem?
6 Is not this the tzom that I have chosen? To loose the chartzubbot resha (chains of wickedness, injustice), to undo the aguddot motah (bindings of the yoke bar), and to let the retzutzim (oppressed ones) go as chafeshim (free ones), and that ye break kol motah (every yoke of oppression)?
7 Is it not paras lechem (breaking bread of thine, i.e., serving food) to the hungry, and that thou bring the homeless aniyyim (poor) to thy bais? When thou seest the arom (naked), that thou cover him with clothing; and that thou hide not thyself from thine own basar (flesh and blood, kinspeople)?Read full chapter
New International Version
5 Is this the kind of fast(A) I have chosen,
only a day for people to humble(B) themselves?
Is it only for bowing one’s head like a reed(C)
and for lying in sackcloth and ashes?(D)
Is that what you call a fast,
a day acceptable to the Lord?
6 “Is not this the kind of fasting(E) I have chosen:
to loose the chains of injustice(F)
and untie the cords of the yoke,
to set the oppressed(G) free
and break every yoke?(H)
7 Is it not to share your food with the hungry(I)
and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter(J)—
when you see the naked, to clothe(K) them,
and not to turn away from your own flesh and blood?(L)