13 Thorns(A) will overrun her citadels,
    nettles and brambles her strongholds.(B)
She will become a haunt for jackals,(C)
    a home for owls.(D)

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The burning sand will become a pool,
    the thirsty ground(A) bubbling springs.(B)
In the haunts where jackals(C) once lay,
    grass and reeds(D) and papyrus will grow.

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20 The wild animals(A) honor me,
    the jackals(B) and the owls,
because I provide water(C) in the wilderness
    and streams in the wasteland,
to give drink to my people, my chosen,

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11 “I will make Jerusalem a heap(A) of ruins,
    a haunt of jackals;(B)
and I will lay waste the towns of Judah(C)
    so no one can live there.”(D)

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33 “Hazor(A) will become a haunt of jackals,(B)
    a desolate(C) place forever.
No one will live there;
    no people will dwell(D) in it.”

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37 Babylon will be a heap of ruins,
    a haunt(A) of jackals,
an object of horror and scorn,(B)
    a place where no one lives.(C)

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but Esau I have hated,(A) and I have turned his hill country into a wasteland(B) and left his inheritance to the desert jackals.(C)

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