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Молитва - 09:30
Утреннее Служение - 10:00
Вечернее Служение - 17:00
Молодёжное Общение - 19:00

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Молитва - 06:45

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Наум глава 3

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WoeH1945 to the bloodyH1818 city!H5892 it is allH3605 fullH4392 of liesH3585 and robbery;H6563 the preyH2964 departsH4185 not;
2
The noiseH6963 of a whip,H7752 and the noiseH6963 of the rattlingH7494 of the wheels,H212 and of the prancingH1725 horses,H5483 and of the jumpingH7540 chariots.H4818
3
The horsemanH6571 liftsH5927 up both the brightH3851 swordH2719 and the glitteringH1300 spear:H2595 and there is a multitudeH7230 of slain,H2491 and a greatH3514 number of carcasses;H6297 and there is noneH369 endH7097 of their corpses;H1472 they stumbleH3782 on their corpses:H1472
4
Because of the multitudeH7230 of the prostitutionsH2183 of the well favoredH2896 H2580 harlot,H2181 the mistressH1172 of witchcrafts,H3785 that sellsH4376 nationsH1471 through her prostitutions,H2183 and familiesH4940 through her witchcrafts.H3785
5
Behold,H2005 I am againstH413 you, saidH5002 the LORDH3068 of hosts;H6635 and I will discoverH1540 your skirtsH7757 on your face,H6440 and I will showH7200 the nationsH1471 your nakedness,H4626 and the kingdomsH4467 your shame.H7036
6
And I will castH7993 abominableH8251 filth on you, and make you vile,H5034 and will setH7760 you as a spectacle.H7210
7
And it shall comeH1961 to pass, that allH3605 they that lookH7200 on you shall fleeH5074 from you, and say,H559 NinevehH5210 is laid waste:H7703 whoH4310 will bemoanH5110 her? from whereH370 shall I seekH1245 comfortersH5162 for you?
8
Are you betterH3190 than populousH527 No,H4996 that was situateH3427 among the rivers,H2975 that had the watersH4325 roundH5439 about it, whoseH834 rampartH2426 was the sea,H3220 and her wallH2346 was from the sea?H3220
9
EthiopiaH3568 and EgyptH4714 were her strength,H6109 and it was infinite;H7097 PutH6316 and LubimH3864 were your helpers.H5833
10
YetH1571 was she carriedH1473 away,H1473 she wentH1980 into captivity:H7628 her young childrenH5768 alsoH1571 were dashedH7376 in pieces at the topH7218 of allH3605 the streets:H2351 and they castH3032 lotsH1486 for her honorableH3513 men, and allH3605 her greatH1419 men were boundH7576 in chains.H2131
11
You alsoH1571 shall be drunken:H7937 you shall be hid,H5956 you alsoH1571 shall seekH1245 strengthH4581 because of the enemy.H341
12
AllH3605 your strongH4013 holdsH4013 shall be like figH8384 trees with the first ripeH1063 figs: ifH518 they be shaken,H5128 they shall even fallH5307 intoH5921 the mouthH6310 of the eater.H398
13
Behold,H2009 your peopleH5971 in the middleH7130 of you are women:H802 the gatesH8179 of your landH776 shall be set wideH6605 openH6605 to your enemies:H341 the fireH784 shall devourH398 your bars.H1280
14
DrawH7579 you watersH4325 for the siege,H4692 fortifyH2388 your strongH4013 holds:H4013 goH935 into clay,H2916 and treadH7429 the mortar,H2563 make strongH2388 the brick kiln.H4404
15
ThereH8033 shall the fireH784 devourH398 you; the swordH2719 shall cutH3772 you off, it shall eatH398 you up like the cankerworm:H3218 make yourself manyH3513 as the cankerworm,H3218 make yourself manyH3513 as the locusts.H697
16
You have multipliedH7235 your merchantsH7402 above the starsH3556 of heaven:H8064 the cankerwormH3218 spoils,H6584 and fleesH5775 away.
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Your crownedH4502 are as the locusts,H697 and your captainsH2951 as the greatH1462 grasshoppers,H1462 which campH2583 in the hedgesH1448 in the coldH7135 day,H3117 but when the sunH8121 risesH2224 they fleeH5074 away, and their placeH4725 is not knownH3045 whereH335 they are.
18
Your shepherdsH7462 slumber,H5123 O kingH4428 of Assyria:H804 your noblesH117 shall dwellH7931 in the dust: your peopleH5971 is scatteredH6340 on the mountains,H2022 and noH369 man gathersH6908 them.
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There is noH369 healingH3545 of your bruise;H7667 your woundH4347 is grievous:H2470 allH3605 that hearH8085 the bruitH8088 of you shall clapH8628 the handsH3709 overH5921 you: for on whomH4310 has not your wickednessH7451 passedH5674 continually?H8548