The lamentable state of Moab.
Isaiah 15:1 The burden of Moab. Because in a night destroyed was Ar of MoabIt hath been cut off, Because in a night destroyed was Kir of MoabIt hath been cut off. Isaiah 15:2 He hath gone up to Bajith and Dibon, The high placesto weep, On Nebo and on Medeba Moab howleth, On all its heads [is] baldness, every beard cut off. Isaiah 15:3 In its out-places they girded on sackcloth, On its pinnacles, and in its broad places, Every one howlethgoing down with weeping. Isaiah 15:4 And cry doth Heshbon and Elealeh, Unto Jahaz heard hath been their voice, Therefore the armed ones of Moab do shout, His life hath been grievous to him. Isaiah 15:5 My heart [is] toward Moab, Cry do her fugitives unto Zoar, a heifer of the third [year], Forthe ascent of LuhithWith weeping he goeth up in it, For, in the way of Horonaim, A cry of destruction they wake up. Isaiah 15:6 For, the waters of Nimrim are desolations, For, withered hath been the hay, Finished hath been the tender grass, A green thing there hath not been. Isaiah 15:7 Therefore the abundance he made, and their store, Unto the brook of the willows they carry. Isaiah 15:8 For gone round hath the cry the border of Moab, Unto Eglaim [is] its howling, And to Beer-Elim [is] its howling. Isaiah 15:9 For the waters of Dimon have been full of blood, For I set on Dimon additions, For the escaped of Moab a lion, And for the remnant of Adamah!