To you they cried out(A) and were saved;
    in you they trusted(B) and were not put to shame.(C)

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No one who hopes in you
    will ever be put to shame,(A)
but shame will come on those
    who are treacherous(B) without cause.

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16 So this is what the Sovereign Lord says:

“See, I lay a stone in Zion,(A) a tested stone,(B)
    a precious cornerstone for a sure foundation;(C)
the one who relies on it
    will never be stricken with panic.(D)

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23 Kings(A) will be your foster fathers,
    and their queens your nursing mothers.(B)
They will bow down(C) before you with their faces to the ground;
    they will lick the dust(D) at your feet.
Then you will know that I am the Lord;(E)
    those who hope(F) in me will not be disappointed.(G)

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Instead of your shame(A)
    you will receive a double(B) portion,
and instead of disgrace
    you will rejoice in your inheritance.
And so you will inherit(C) a double portion in your land,
    and everlasting joy(D) will be yours.

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26 You will have plenty to eat, until you are full,(A)
    and you will praise(B) the name of the Lord your God,
    who has worked wonders(C) for you;
never again will my people be shamed.(D)

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11 On that day you, Jerusalem, will not be put to shame(A)
    for all the wrongs you have done to me,(B)
because I will remove from you
    your arrogant boasters.(C)
Never again will you be haughty
    on my holy hill.(D)

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