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Habakkuk 2:11-13

New American Standard Bible

Chapter 2

11 For the stone will cry out from the wall, And the rafter will answer it from the framework. 12 'Woe to him who builds a city with bloodshed, And founds a town with violence! 13 Is it not indeed from the LORD of armies That peoples labor merely for fire, And nations become weary for nothing?
King James Version

Chapter 2

11 For the stone shall cry out of the wall, and the beam out of the timber shall answer it. 12 Woe to him that buildeth a town with blood, and stablisheth a city by iniquity! 13 Behold, is it not of the LORD of hosts that the people shall labour in the very fire, and the people shall weary themselves for very vanity?
Christian Standard Bible

Chapter 2

11 For the stones will cry out from the wall, and the rafters will answer them from the woodwork. 12 Woe to him who builds a city with bloodshed and founds a town with injustice! 13 Is it not from the Lord of Armies that the peoples labor only to fuel the fire and countries exhaust themselves for nothing?
New Living Translation

Chapter 2

11 The very stones in the walls cry out against you, and the beams in the ceilings echo the complaint.
12 'What sorrow awaits you who build cities with money gained through murder and corruption! 13 Has not the LORD of Heaven's Armies promised that the wealth of nations will turn to ashes? They work so hard, but all in vain!
English Standard Version

Chapter 2

11 For the stone will cry out from the wall, and the beam from the woodwork respond. 12 “Woe to him who builds a town with blood and founds a city on iniquity! 13 Behold, is it not from the LORD of hosts that peoples labor merely for fire, and nations weary themselves for nothing?
New International Version

Chapter 2

11 The stones of the wall will cry out, and the beams of the woodwork will echo it. 12 Woe to him who builds a city with bloodshed and establishes a town by injustice! 13 Has not the LORD Almighty determined that the people's labor is only fuel for the fire, that the nations exhaust themselves for nothing?