Jeremiah 24

ECB(i) 1
Yah Veh has me see; and behold, two baskets of figs congregate at the face of the manse of Yah Veh, after Nebukadnets Tsar sovereign of Babel exiles Yechon Yah the son of Yah Yaqim sovereign of Yah Hudah and the governors of Yah Hudah with the engravers and locksmiths from Yeru Shalem; and brings them to Babel. 2 One basket of mighty good figs, as the first ripe figs: and the one basket of mighty evil figs, which are not eaten, for evil. 3 Then says Yah Veh to me, What see you, Yirme Yah? And I say, Figs! The good figs, mighty good; and the evil, mighty evil, not eaten, for evil. 4 And so be the word of Yah Veh to me, saying, 5 Thus says Yah Veh, Elohim of Yisra El; As these good figs, thus I acknowledge the exiles of Yah Hudah - whom I sent from this place into the land of the Kesediym for good: 6 and I set my eyes on them for good, and I return them to this land: and I build them, and not break; and I plant them, and not uproot: 7 and I give them a heart to know me, I - Yah Veh: and they are my people, and I am their Elohim: for they return to me with their whole heart. 8 And as the evil figs, not eaten for their evil, thus says Yah Veh: Thus I give Sidqi Yah the sovereign of Yah Hudah and his governors and the survivors of Yeru Shalem who survive in this land - who settle in the land of Misrayim: 9 and I give them for an agitation into all the sovereigndoms of the earth for evil - a reproach and a proverb - a gibe and an abasement in all places I drive them: 10 and I send the sword the famine and the pestilence among them - until they are consumed from off the soil - I give to them and to their fathers.