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Damaseko

1. Damascus...
2. n. Damascus.

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ʻOih 9:2Nonoi akula i mau palapala no nā hale hālāwai ma Damaseko, inā loaʻa iā ia kekahi mau mea no kēia ʻaoʻao, nā kāne paha, nā wāhine paha, e alakaʻi mai nō ʻo ia iā lākou me ka nakinaki ʻia ma Ierusalema.and asked him for letters to the synagogues in Damascus, so that if he found any there who belonged to the Way, whether men or women, he might take them as prisoners to Jerusalem.
ʻOih 9:3A i kona hele ʻana aku, a kokoke ia i hiki i Damaseko, ʻanapu koke mai a puni ihola ia i ka mālamalama mai ka lani mai.As he neared Damascus on his journey, suddenly a light from heaven flashed around him.
ʻOih 9:8Ala maila ʻo Saulo, mai ka honua mai, ʻoaka aʻela kona mau maka, ʻaʻole naʻe ia i ʻike i kekahi mea. Alakaʻi lima akula lākou iā ia a hiki aku i Damaseko.Saul got up from the ground, but when he opened his eyes he could see nothing. So they led him by the hand into Damascus.
ʻOih 9:10Aia nō ma Damaseko, kekahi haumāna, ʻo ʻAnania kona inoa. ʻĪ maila ka Haku iā ia ma ka hihiʻo, E ʻAnania. ʻĪ akula kēlā, Eia nō wau, e ka Haku.In Damascus there was a disciple named Ananias. The Lord called to him in a vision, "Ananias!" "Yes, Lord," he answered.
ʻOih 9:19A i ka lawe ʻana i ʻai, ikaika aʻela. Noho ihola ʻo Saulo, i kekahi mau lā me nā haumāna ma Damaseko.and after taking some food, he regained his strength. Saul spent several days with the disciples in Damascus.
ʻOih 9:22Māhuahua nui akula ka ikaika o Saulo: a pili pū iā ia ka poʻe Iudaio, e noho ana ma Damaseko i kona hoʻākāka ʻana, ʻo ka Mesia nō kēia.Yet Saul grew more and more powerful and baffled the Jews living in Damascus by proving that Jesus is the Christ.
ʻOih 9:27Lālau akula ʻo Barenaba iā ia, a alakaʻi akula iā ia i nā lunaʻōlelo, a hoʻākāka akula i kona ʻike ʻana i ka Haku ma ke alanui, a me kāna ʻōlelo ʻana mai iā ia, a me kāna aʻo ikaika ʻana aku ma Damaseko, ma ka inoa ʻo Iesū.But Barnabas took him and brought him to the apostles. He told them how Saul on his journey had seen the Lord and that the Lord had spoken to him, and how in Damascus he had preached fearlessly in the name of Jesus.
ʻOih 22:5Ua ʻike pono ke kahuna nui, a me ka papa a pau o nā lunakahiko; na lākou kaʻu palapala i loaʻa mai ai no nā hoahānau, a hele au ma Damaseko, e lawe mai i ka poʻe paʻa ma laila i Ierusalema, i hoʻopaʻi iā lākou.as also the high priest and all the Council can testify. I even obtained letters from them to their brothers in Damascus, and went there to bring these people as prisoners to Jerusalem to be punished.
ʻOih 22:6A i koʻu hele ʻana a kokoke i Damaseko, i ke awakea, ʻanapu koke maila ka mālamalama nui, mai ka lani mai, a puni au."About noon as I came near Damascus, suddenly a bright light from heaven flashed around me.
ʻOih 22:10ʻĪ akula au, E ka Haku ē, he aha kaʻu e hana ai? ʻĪ maila ka Haku iaʻu, E kū, a e hele i Damaseko, a ma laila e haʻi ʻia mai ai iā ʻoe nā mea a pau i hoʻomākaukau ʻia ai nāu e hana ai." 'What shall I do, Lord?' I asked. " 'Get up,' the Lord said, 'and go into Damascus. There you will be told all that you have been assigned to do.'
ʻOih 22:11A i ka hiki ʻole ʻana iaʻu ke ʻike, no ka nani o ia mālamalama, alakaʻi lima ʻia aku au e koʻu poʻe hoa hele, a hiki i Damaseko.My companions led me by the hand into Damascus, because the brilliance of the light had blinded me.
ʻOih 26:12No ia mau mea i hele ai au i Damaseko, me ka mana a me ke ʻae ʻia na nā kāhuna nui mai,"On one of these journeys I was going to Damascus with the authority and commission of the chief priests.
ʻOih 26:20Akā, hōʻike mua akula au iā lākou ma Damaseko, a ma Ierusalema, a ma nā mokuna a pau ma Iudea, a i ko nā ʻāina ʻē, i mihi lākou, a e huli i ke Akua, a e hana i nā hana e kū i ka mihi.First to those in Damascus, then to those in Jerusalem and in all Judea, and to the Gentiles also, I preached that they should repent and turn to God and prove their repentance by their deeds.
2-Kor 11:32Aia ma Damaseko, ke kiaʻāina o ke aliʻi o ʻAreta, i kiaʻi ai i ke kūlanakauhale o ko Damaseko me ka poʻe koa, e manaʻo ana e hopu mai iaʻu:In Damascus the governor under King Aretas had the city of the Damascenes guarded in order to arrest me.
Gal 1:17ʻAʻole hoʻi au i piʻi aku i Ierusalema, i ka poʻe lunaʻōlelo ma mua oʻu: akā, hele akula au i ʻArabia, a hoʻi hou maila i Damaseko.nor did I go up to Jerusalem to see those who were apostles before I was, but I went immediately into Arabia and later returned to Damascus.
Kin 14:15Māhele ihola ʻo ia i kona poʻe e kūʻē iā lākou, ʻo ia a me kāna poʻe kauā i ka pō, poʻi pō akula iā lākou, a alualu akula iā lākou a hiki i Hoba, aia ma ka lima hema o Damaseko.During the night Abram divided his men to attack them and he routed them, pursuing them as far as Hobah, north of Damascus.
Kin 15:2ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻAberama, E ka Haku, e Iēhova ē, he aha kāu mea e hāʻawi mai ai iaʻu, no ka mea, ke hele keiki ʻole nei au, a ʻo ka puʻukū o kuʻu hale, ʻo ia ʻo ʻEliezera no Damaseko.But Abram said, “Sovereign Lord, what can you give me since I remain childless and the one who will inherit my estate is Eliezer of Damascus?”
2-Sam 8:5A i ka hele ʻana mai o ko Suria no Damaseko e kōkua ma muli o Hadadezera ke aliʻi o Zoba, pepehi ihola ʻo Dāvida i nā kānaka he iwakāluakumamālua tausani o ko Suria.When the Arameans of Damascus came to help Hadadezer king of Zobah, David struck down twenty-two thousand of them.
2-Sam 8:6A hana ihola ʻo Dāvida i nā pā kaua ma Suria o Damaseko; a lilo aʻela ko Suria i poʻe kauā na Dāvida, a lawe maila i ka waiwai hoʻokupu. A mālama maila ʻo Iēhova iā Dāvida i nā wahi a pau āna i hele ai.He put garrisons in the Aramean kingdom of Damascus, and the Arameans became subject to him and brought tribute. The LORD gave David victory wherever he went.
1-Nāal 11:24Ua hoʻākoakoa aʻela ʻo ia i kānaka i ona iho nō, a lilo ʻo ia i luna koa ma luna o ka papa, i ka wā i pepehi ai ʻo Dāvida iā lākou; a hele aʻela lākou i Damaseko, a noho ma laila, a ua aliʻi aʻela hoʻi ma Damaseko.He gathered men around him and became the leader of a band of rebels when David destroyed the forces ; the rebels went to Damascus, where they settled and took control.
1-Nāal 15:18Lālau ihola hoʻi ʻo ʻAsa i ke kālā a me ke gula a pau e koe ana ʻo ka waiwai o ka hale o Iēhova a me ka waiwai o ka hale o ke aliʻi, a hāʻawi aʻe ʻo ia ia mau mea i ka lima o kāna mau kauā: a hoʻouna aʻela ʻo ʻAsa ke aliʻi iā lākou i o Benehadada lā ke keiki a Tiberimona, ke keiki a Heziona ke aliʻi o Suria, e noho ana ma Damaseko, i ka ʻī ʻana,Asa then took all the silver and gold that was left in the treasuries of the LORD's temple and of his own palace. He entrusted it to his officials and sent them to Ben-Hadad son of Tabrimmon, the son of Hezion, the king of Aram, who was ruling in Damascus.
1-Nāal 19:15ʻĪ maila hoʻi ʻo Iēhova iā ia, E hele, e hoʻi ma kou ʻaoʻao i ka wao nahele ʻo Damaseko; a hiki aku ʻoe, e poni aku iā Hazaʻela i aliʻi ma luna o Suria;The LORD said to him, "Go back the way you came, and go to the Desert of Damascus. When you get there, anoint Hazael king over Aram.
1-Nāal 20:34ʻŌlelo aʻela ʻo Benehadada iā ia, ʻO nā kūlanakauhale a koʻu makua kāne i kāʻili aʻe ai mai kou makua kāne aʻe, ʻo ia kaʻu e hoʻihoʻi aku ai; a e hana ʻoe nou i nā alanui ma Damaseko me koʻu makua kāne i hana ai ma Samaria. ʻĪ aʻela ʻo ʻAhaba, Me ia berita e hoʻokuʻu aku ai au iā ʻoe. Hana ihola ʻo ia i berita me ia, a hoʻokuʻu akula iā ia."I will return the cities my father took from your father," Ben-Hadad offered. "You may set up your own market areas in Damascus, as my father did in Samaria." "On the basis of a treaty I will set you free." So he made a treaty with him, and let him go.
2-Nāal 5:12ʻAʻole anei e ʻoi aku ka pono o ʻAbana, a me Parepara, nā muliwai o Damaseko, ma mua o ko nā wai a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela? ʻAʻole anei e pono iaʻu ke holoi i loko o ia mau mea, a maʻemaʻe? A huli aʻela ia a hele akula me ka huhū.Are not Abana and Pharpar, the rivers of Damascus, better than any of the waters of Israel? Couldn't I wash in them and be cleansed?" So he turned and went off in a rage.
2-Nāal 8:7A hele mai ʻo ʻElisai i Damaseko: a he maʻi ko Benehadada ke aliʻi o Suria: a ua haʻi ʻia iā ia, i ka ʻī ʻana aku, Ua hiki mai ke kanaka o ke Akua i ʻaneʻi.Elisha went to Damascus, and Ben-Hadad king of Aram was ill. When the king was told, "The man of God has come all the way up here,"
2-Nāal 8:9A hele akula ʻo Hazaʻela e hālāwai me ia, a lawe aku i ka makana ma kona lima, i kēlā mea, kēia mea maikaʻi o Damaseko, i kaumaha nā kāmelo he kanahā, a hele aku a kū i mua ona, ʻī akula, ʻO kāu keiki, ʻo Benehadada, ke aliʻi o Suria, ua hoʻouna mai iaʻu i ou lā, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, E ola anei au i kēia maʻi?Hazael went to meet Elisha, taking with him as a gift forty camel-loads of all the finest wares of Damascus. He went in and stood before him, and said, "Your son Ben-Hadad king of Aram has sent me to ask, 'Will I recover from this illness?' "
2-Nāal 14:28A ʻo nā hana i koe a Ieroboama, a ʻo nā mea a pau āna i hana ai, a ʻo kona ikaika āna i kaua aku ai, a me kona loaʻa ʻana o Damaseko, a me Hamata no ka Iuda, i ka ʻIseraʻela, ʻaʻole anei i kākau ʻia lākou i loko o ka buke ʻoihana aliʻi a nā aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela?As for the other events of Jeroboam's reign, all he did, and his military achievements, including how he recovered for Israel both Damascus and Hamath, which had belonged to Yaudi, are they not written in the book of the annals of the kings of Israel?
2-Nāal 16:9A hoʻolohe mai ke aliʻi o ʻAsuria iā ia; a hele akula ke aliʻi o ʻAsuria i Damaseko, a hoʻopio akula ia, a lawe pio akula i ko laila ma Kira, a pepehi akula iā Rezina.The king of Assyria complied by attacking Damascus and capturing it. He deported its inhabitants to Kir and put Rezin to death.
2-Nāal 16:10A hele akula ʻo ʻAhaza ke aliʻi e hālāwai me Tigelatepilesera ke aliʻi o ʻAsuria ma Damaseko; a ʻike akula ia i kekahi kuahu ma Damaseko; a hoʻouna akula ʻo ʻAhaza ke aliʻi i o ʻUriia lā ke kahuna i ke ʻano o ke kuahu a me kāna kiʻi, e like me ka hana ʻana o ia mea a pau.Then King Ahaz went to Damascus to meet Tiglath-Pileser king of Assyria. He saw an altar in Damascus and sent to Uriah the priest a sketch of the altar, with detailed plans for its construction.
2-Nāal 16:11A hana akula ʻo ʻUriia ke kahuna i ke kuahu e like me ka mea a pau a ʻAhaza ke aliʻi i hoʻouna aku ai mai Damaseko aku; pēlā ʻo ʻUriia ke kahuna i hana ai i ka hoʻi ʻana mai o ʻAhaza ke aliʻi mai Damaseko mai.So Uriah the priest built an altar in accordance with all the plans that King Ahaz had sent from Damascus and finished it before King Ahaz returned.
2-Nāal 16:12A hiki mai ke aliʻi mai Damaseko mai, ʻike akula ke aliʻi i ke kuahu, a hele akula a kokoke i ke kuahu, a kaumaha aku ma luna ona.When the king came back from Damascus and saw the altar, he approached it and presented offerings on it.
1-ʻOihn 18:5A i ka hele ʻana mai o ko Suria no Damaseko e kōkua ma muli o Hadarezera, ke aliʻi o Zoba, pepehi akula ʻo Dāvida i ko Suria he iwakāluakumamālua nā tausani kānaka.When the Arameans of Damascus came to help Hadadezer king of Zobah, David struck down twenty-two thousand of them.
1-ʻOihn 18:6A hana ihola ʻo Dāvida i nā pā kaua ma Suria no Damaseko, a lilo aʻela ko Suria i poʻe kauā nā Dāvida, a lawe maila i ka waiwai hoʻokupu. Pēlā ʻo Iēhova i mālama mai ai iā Dāvida i nā wahi a pau āna i hele ai.He put garrisons in the Aramean kingdom of Damascus, and the Arameans became subject to him and brought tribute. The LORD gave David victory everywhere he went.
2-ʻOihn 16:2A laila lawe aʻela ʻo ʻAsa i ke kālā a me ke gula mai loko mai o ka waihona waiwai o ka hale o Iēhova, a me ka hale o ke aliʻi, a hoʻouna akula ʻo ia i o Bene-hadada lā, i ke aliʻi o Suria, i kona noho ʻana ma Damaseko, ʻī akula,Asa then took the silver and gold out of the treasuries of the LORD's temple and of his own palace and sent it to Ben-Hadad king of Aram, who was ruling in Damascus.
2-ʻOihn 24:23A i ka pau ʻana o ka makahiki, piʻi kūʻē maila i ona lā ko Suria poʻe koa; a komo lākou i loko o Iuda, a me Ierusalema, a luku maila lākou i nā kaukaualiʻi o nā kānaka mai loko mai o ka poʻe kānaka, a hoʻouka akula i ka waiwai pio a pau o lākou i ke aliʻi ma Damaseko.At the turn of the year, the army of Aram marched against Joash; it invaded Judah and Jerusalem and killed all the leaders of the people. They sent all the plunder to their king in Damascus.
2-ʻOihn 28:5No ia mea, hāʻawi ʻo Iēhova kona Akua iā ia i loko o ka lima o ke aliʻi o Suria; a ua hahau lākou iā ia, a ua lawe pio i kekahi poʻe nui loa o lākou, a alakaʻi iā lākou i Damaseko: a ua hāʻawi ʻia nō hoʻi ia i loko o ka lima o ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela, a hahau mai ʻo ia iā ia ma ka hahau nui.Therefore the LORD his God handed him over to the king of Aram. The Arameans defeated him and took many of his people as prisoners and brought them to Damascus. He was also given into the hands of the king of Israel, who inflicted heavy casualties on him.
2-ʻOihn 28:23Ua mōhai ia i nā akua o Damaseko, nā mea i pepehi mai iā ia; a ʻōlelo ihola ia, No ka mea, ʻo nā akua o nā aliʻi o Suria, ua kōkua ia mau mea iā lākou, no ia mea, e mōhai aku au iā lākou, i kōkua mai lākou iaʻu. Akā, ua lilo lākou i mea e make ai ia, a me ka ʻIseraʻela a pau.He offered sacrifices to the gods of Damascus, who had defeated him; for he thought, "Since the gods of the kings of Aram have helped them, I will sacrifice to them so they will help me." But they were his downfall and the downfall of all Israel.
Mele 7:4ʻO kou ʻāʻī, ua like ia me ka hale kiaʻi niho ʻelepani; ʻO kou mau maka, me nā pūnāwai o Hesebona, Aia ma ka ʻīpuka ʻo Beterabima; ʻO kou ihu ua like ia me ka hale kiaʻi o Lebanona, Aia kona alo i Damaseko.Your neck is like an ivory tower. Your eyes are the pools of Heshbon by the gate of Bath Rabbim. Your nose is like the tower of Lebanon looking toward Damascus.
ʻIsaia 7:8ʻO ke poʻo o Suria, ʻo Damaseko ia, A ʻo ke poʻo o Damaseko, ʻo Rezina nō; He kanaonokumamālima makahiki i koe, A laila, kahuli ʻo ʻEperaima, a lilo i aupuni ʻole.for the head of Aram is Damascus, and the head of Damascus is only Rezin. Within sixty-five years Ephraim will be too shattered to be a people.
ʻIsaia 8:4No ka mea, ma mua o ka ʻike ʻana o ke keiki e hea aku, E koʻu makua kāne, e koʻu makuahine, e lawe ʻia aku nō ka waiwai o Damaseko, a me ka waiwai pio o Samaria, i mua o ke aliʻi o ʻAsuria.Before the boy knows how to say 'My father' or 'My mother,' the wealth of Damascus and the plunder of Samaria will be carried off by the king of Assyria."
ʻIsaia 10:9ʻAʻole anei i like ʻo Kaleno me Karekemisa? A ʻo Hamata hoʻi me ʻArepada? A ʻo Samaria me Damaseko?'Has not Calno fared like Carchemish? Is not Hamath like Arpad, and Samaria like Damascus?
ʻIsaia 17:1Ka wānana no Damaseko. Aia hoʻi! Ua hoʻōki ʻia ʻo Damaseko, ʻaʻole ia he kūlanakauhale, E lilo nō ia i puʻu ʻōpala.An oracle concerning Damascus: "See, Damascus will no longer be a city but will become a heap of ruins.
ʻIsaia 17:3E hoʻōki ʻia auaneʻi nā wahi i paʻa i ka pā o ʻEperaima, A me ke aupuni o Damaseko, a me ke koena o Suria: E like me ka nani o nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, pēlā auaneʻi lākou, Wahi a Iēhova o nā kaua.The fortified city will disappear from Ephraim, and royal power from Damascus; the remnant of Aram will be like the glory of the Israelites," declares the LORD Almighty.
Ier 49:23No Damaseko. Ua hoʻohilahila ʻia ʻo Hamata, a me ʻArepada hoʻi, No ka mea, ua lohe lākou i ka lono pōʻino. Ua maʻule lākou, he weliweli ma ka moana; ʻAʻole hiki iā ia ke hoʻomālielie.Concerning Damascus: "Hamath and Arpad are dismayed, for they have heard bad news. They are disheartened, troubled like the restless sea.
Ier 49:24Ua emi iho ʻo Damaseko, ua huli ʻo ia e heʻe, Ua loʻohia ʻo ia i ka makaʻu, Ua loaʻa ʻo ia i ka nahu kuawili, a me ka ʻeha, me ko ka wahine hānau keiki.Damascus has become feeble, she has turned to flee and panic has gripped her; anguish and pain have seized her, pain like that of a woman in labor.
Ier 49:27E hōʻaʻā nō wau i ke ahi ma ka pā o Damaseko, A e hoʻopau nō ia i nā hale aliʻi o Benehadada."I will set fire to the walls of Damascus; it will consume the fortresses of Ben-Hadad."
ʻEzek 27:18ʻO Damaseko kou hoa kālepa ma nā mea nui āu i hana ai, no ka nui loa o kēlā waiwai kēia waiwai, me ka waina o Helebona a me ka huluhulu keʻokeʻo." 'Damascus, because of your many products and great wealth of goods, did business with you in wine from Helbon and wool from Zahar.
ʻEzek 47:16Hamata, Berota, Siberaima, ka mea i waena o ka palena ʻo Damaseko, a me ka palena ʻo Hamata; Hazara-hatikona, ka mea ma ka palena ʻo Haurana.Berothah and Sibraim (which lies on the border between Damascus and Hamath), as far as Hazer Hatticon, which is on the border of Hauran.
ʻEzek 47:17A ʻo ka palena mai ke kai ʻo Hazarenana ia, ka palena ʻo Damaseko, ʻo ka ʻākau hoʻi ma ke kūkulu ʻākau, a me ka palena ʻo Hamata. ʻO ia hoʻi ka ʻaoʻao kūkulu ʻākau.The boundary will extend from the sea to Hazar Enan, along the northern border of Damascus, with the border of Hamath to the north. This will be the north boundary.
ʻEzek 47:18A ma ka ʻaoʻao hikina, e ana ʻoukou mai waena o Haurana a me Damaseko, a me Gileada, a me ka ʻāina o ka ʻIseraʻela, ma Ioredane mai ka palena a hiki i ke kai hikina. A ʻo ia ka ʻaoʻao hikina."On the east side the boundary will run between Hauran and Damascus, along the Jordan between Gilead and the land of Israel, to the eastern sea and as far as Tamar. This will be the east boundary.
ʻEzek 48:1Aia hoʻi nā inoa o nā ʻohana. Mai ka wēlau kūkulu ʻākau a hiki i ka mokuna o ke alanui o Hetelona kahi e komo ai i loko o Hamata, Hazarenana, ka palena ʻo Damaseko ma ke kūkulu ʻākau, a hiki i ka mokuna ʻo Hamata; no ka mea, ʻo ia kona mau ʻaoʻao, ka hikina a me ke komohana, no Dana hoʻokahi."These are the tribes, listed by name: At the northern frontier, Dan will have one portion; it will follow the Hethlon road to Lebo Hamath; Hazar Enan and the northern border of Damascus next to Hamath will be part of its border from the east side to the west side.
ʻAm 1:3Penei kā Iēhova i ʻōlelo ai; No nā hala ʻekolu o Damaseko, a me ka hā, ʻaʻole au e hoʻololi aʻe i kona hoʻopaʻi ʻia, No ka mea, ua hehi lākou i ko Gileada me ka mea hao e hehi palaoa ai:This is what the LORD says: "For three sins of Damascus, even for four, I will not turn back . Because she threshed Gilead with sledges having iron teeth,
ʻAm 1:5A e haki nō iaʻu ke kaola o Damaseko, A e hōʻoki aku au i nā kānaka mai ke awāwa ʻo ʻAvena aku, A me ka mea e hoʻopaʻa ana i ke koʻokoʻo aliʻi, mai ka hale o ʻEdena aku: A e hele pio akula nā kānaka o Suria i Kira, wahi a Iēhova.I will break down the gate of Damascus; I will destroy the king who is in the Valley of Aven and the one who holds the scepter in Beth Eden. The people of Aram will go into exile to Kir," says the LORD.
ʻAm 3:12Ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova, pēnēia; E like me ke kahu hipa i hoʻopakele mai loko mai o ka waha o ka liona, i nā wāwae ʻelua a me kekahi ʻāpana o ka pepeiao; Pēlā e hoʻopakele ʻia nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, ka poʻe e noho ana ma Samaria ma ke kihi o kahi moe, a ma Damaseko ma kahi hikieʻe.This is what the LORD says: "As a shepherd saves from the lion's mouth only two leg bones or a piece of an ear, so will the Israelites be saved, those who sit in Samaria on the edge of their beds and in Damascus on their couches."
ʻAm 5:27No laila, e lawe pio aku au iā ʻoukou ma ʻō aku o Damaseko, wahi a Iēhova, ke Akua o nā kaua, kona inoa.Therefore I will send you into exile beyond Damascus," says the LORD, whose name is God Almighty.
Zek 9:1Ka wānana o ka ʻōlelo a Iēhova i ka ʻāina ʻo Haderaka, A ʻo Damaseko kona wahi e hoʻomaha ai; No ka mea, ua kau pono ʻia nā maka o nā kānaka, a me nā ʻohana a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela ma luna o Iēhova;The word of the LORD is against the land of Hadrach and will rest upon Damascus-- for the eyes of men and all the tribes of Israel are on the LORD--

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