Their land is full of idols;(A)
    they bow down(B) to the work of their hands,(C)
    to what their fingers(D) have made.

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For in that day(A) every one of you will reject the idols of silver and gold(B) your sinful hands have made.(C)

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19 They have thrown their gods into the fire(A) and destroyed them,(B) for they were not gods(C) but only wood and stone, fashioned by human hands.(D)

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19 As for an idol,(A) a metalworker casts it,
    and a goldsmith(B) overlays it with gold(C)
    and fashions silver chains for it.

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16 I will pronounce my judgments(A) on my people
    because of their wickedness(B) in forsaking me,(C)
in burning incense to other gods(D)
    and in worshiping(E) what their hands have made.(F)

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Like a scarecrow in a cucumber field,
    their idols cannot speak;(A)
they must be carried
    because they cannot walk.(B)
Do not fear them;
    they can do no harm(C)
    nor can they do any good.”(D)

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