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  • For I shall pour out water on the thirsty soil and streams on the dry ground. I shall pour out my spirit on your descendants, my blessing on your offspring, (Isaiah 44, 3)

  • who say to the ocean, 'Dry up! I shall make your rivers run dry'; (Isaiah 44, 27)

  • Why was there no one there when I came? Why did no one answer when I called? Is my hand too short to redeem? Have I not strength to save? Look, with a threat I can dry the sea, and turn rivers to desert; the fish in them go rotten for want of water and die of thirst. (Isaiah 50, 2)

  • Yahweh will always guide you, will satisfy your needs in the scorched land; he will give strength to your bones and you will be like a watered garden, like a flowing spring whose waters never run dry. (Isaiah 58, 11)

  • Beware! Your own foot will go unshod, your own throat grow dry! But you said, "It is no use! No! For I love the Strangers and they are the ones I shall follow." (Jeremiah 2, 25)

  • which I ordained for your ancestors when I brought them out of Egypt, out of that iron-foundry. Listen to my voice, I told them, carry out all my orders, then you will be my people and I shall be your God, (Jeremiah 11, 4)

  • Does the snow of Lebanon ever leave the rocks of its slopes? Do the rivers of foreign lands, their cold flowing waters, ever run dry? (Jeremiah 18, 14)

  • Yahweh says this: Stop your lamenting dry your eyes, for your labour will have a reward, Yahweh declares, and they will return from the enemy's country. (Jeremiah 31, 16)

  • Drought on her waters: may they dry up! For it is a country of idols, and they are mad about those bogeys of theirs! (Jeremiah 50, 38)

  • So, Yahweh says this: Look, I am taking up your cause to make sure you are avenged. I shall dry her river up, make her springs run dry. (Jeremiah 51, 36)

  • Now their faces are blacker than soot, they are not recognised in the streets, the skin has shrunk over their bones, as dry as a stick. (Lamentations 4, 8)

  • Now she has been transplanted to the desert, to a dry and thirsty land. (Ezekiel 19, 13)

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