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Baruch 2:21
“The Lord says: ‘Bend your shoulders and serve the king of Babylon, and then you’ll reside in the land that I gave to your ancestors.
Thus saith the Lord: Bow down your shoulder, and your neck, and serve the king of Babylon: and you shall remain in the land which I have given to your fathers.
Bend your backs and serve the king of Babylonia, and you can remain in the land that I gave to your ancestors.
Thus says the Lord: Bend your necks and serve the king of Babylon, that you may continue in the land I gave your ancestors;
Thus says the Lord: Bend your shoulders and serve the king of Babylon, and you will remain in the land that I gave to your ancestors.
Thus says the Lord: Bend your shoulders and serve the king of Babylon, and you will remain in the land that I gave to your ancestors.
Thus says the Lord: Bend your shoulders and serve the king of Babylon, and you will remain in the land that I gave to your ancestors.
Thus says the Lord: Bend your shoulders and serve the king of Babylon, and you will remain in the land that I gave to your ancestors.
“Thus says the Lord: Bend your shoulders and serve the king of Babylon, and you will remain in the land which I gave to your fathers.
“Thus says the Lord: Bend your shoulders and serve the king of Babylon, and you will remain in the land which I gave to your fathers.
Thus saith the Lord, Bow ye your shoulder[s], and your neck(s) [or your nolls], and do ye travail to (or for) the king of Babylon; and ye shall sit in the land, which I gave to your fathers.
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