At the breath of God(A) they perish;
    at the blast of his anger they are no more.(B)

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Smoke rose from his nostrils;(A)
    consuming fire(B) came from his mouth,
    burning coals(C) blazed out of it.

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28 His breath(A) is like a rushing torrent,(B)
    rising up to the neck.(C)
He shakes the nations in the sieve(D) of destruction;
    he places in the jaws of the peoples
    a bit(E) that leads them astray.

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33 Topheth(A) has long been prepared;
    it has been made ready for the king.
Its fire pit has been made deep and wide,
    with an abundance of fire and wood;
the breath(B) of the Lord,
    like a stream of burning sulfur,(C)
    sets it ablaze.(D)

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24 No sooner are they planted,
    no sooner are they sown,
    no sooner do they take root(A) in the ground,
than he blows(B) on them and they wither,(C)
    and a whirlwind sweeps them away like chaff.(D)

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19 From the west,(A) people will fear the name of the Lord,
    and from the rising of the sun,(B) they will revere his glory.(C)
For he will come like a pent-up flood
    that the breath(D) of the Lord drives along.[a]

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Footnotes

  1. Isaiah 59:19 Or When enemies come in like a flood, / the Spirit of the Lord will put them to flight

31 I will pour out my wrath on you
    and breathe(A) out my fiery anger(B) against you;
I will deliver you into the hands of brutal men,
    men skilled in destruction.(C)

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And then the lawless one will be revealed,(A) whom the Lord Jesus will overthrow with the breath of his mouth(B) and destroy by the splendor of his coming.(C)

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