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39 At that time Merʹo·dach-balʹa·dan+ the son of Balʹa·dan the king of Babylon*+ sent letters and a gift+ to Hez·e·kiʹah, after he heard that he had been sick but was strong again.+ 2 So Hez·e·kiʹah began to rejoice over them+ and proceeded to show them his treasure-house,+ the silver and the gold and the balsam oil+ and the good oil and all his armory+ and all that was to be found in his treasures. There proved to be nothing that Hez·e·kiʹah did not show them in his own house+ and in all his dominion.+ 3 After that Isaiah the prophet came in to King Hez·e·kiʹah and said to him:+ “What did these men say, and from where did they proceed to come to you?” So Hez·e·kiʹah said: “From a distant land they came to me, from Babylon.”+ 4 And he went on to say: “What did they see in your house?”+ To this Hez·e·kiʹah said: “Everything that is in my house they saw. There proved to be nothing that I did not show them in my treasures.” 5 Isaiah now said to Hez·e·kiʹah:+ “Hear the word of Jehovah of armies, 6 ‘Look! Days are coming, and all that is in your own house and that your forefathers have stored up down to this day will actually be carried to Babylon.’+ ‘Nothing will be left,’+ Jehovah has said. 7 ‘And some of your own sons that will come forth from you, to whom you will become father, will themselves be taken+ and actually become court officials+ in the palace of the king of Babylon.’”+ 8 At that Hez·e·kiʹah said to Isaiah: “The word of Jehovah that you have spoken is good.”+ And he went on to say: “Because peace and truth+ will continue in my own days.”+
^ “Babylon,” Vg; LXX, “Babylonia”; MTSy, “Babel.”