Traditional recipes

Ramasita Cake

Ramasita Cake

I didn't know what name to give it, because I had some cream left over, some biscuits, I had a compote and that's how I made a "leftover" cake.

  • variable amounts that I have left here and there
  • vanilla oil creams with butter and sour cream
  • chocolate ole creams with butter and sour cream
  • 6-7 biscuits
  • cherry compote juice
  • a few cherries in the compote

Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 15 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION '' Remaining '' cake:

We prepare the creams as we exemplified for the birthday cake..here is the recipe //retete/tort-aniversar-55400.html. In addition, we added butter rubbed well, as frothy as possible, preferably butter with over 80% fat ... ..

We soak the biscuits in the compote juice, we place them in a bowl on top, we put the vanilla cream and chocolate, we "throw" some cherry from the compote and we prepare the cake from the "leftovers" .... you start to make "leftovers" out of this, but surely you have faced leftovers like this ... it's just an idea ....... this has cost me, maybe you have other ideas, but that's why we are here to be inspired, to look at each other ... I stop as if I were laughing a lot and it is no longer understood what I really meant ....


French Chicken Breast with Orange Tarragon Sauce

After overcoming this prejudice, I came across another. In my mind (and the memory of my taste buds), tarragon matches pork. How to put tarragon on chicken?

And so, with two culinary obstacles to overcome, I took my heart in my teeth, looked at the chicken breast that was in danger of being sacrificed on the altar of culinary experiments, and began to cook.

First of all, you need a chicken breast with skin. I prefer it that way, completely ignoring the higher caloric intake. Cut it in half, in half and salt it.
In a pan, heat 2 tablespoons butter with 2 tablespoons olive oil. Temper the chicken breast in the pan until the skin turns an appetizing color.
Then put the chicken in a pan, pour over it half a cup of orange juice, 1 cup of chicken soup and sprinkle with tarragon.
Bake until the sauce is reduced by about half.

It's a wonderful recipe. The meat is very tender (you swear it's not chest!) And the strong mixed aromas of oranges and tarragon give an unexpectedly tasty result. I served it with fluffy puree and lettuce.

Ingredients:
4 chicken breasts, skin attached
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper
1/2 cup orange juice
1 cups chicken broth
2 tarragon sprigs


Tokyo, the largest city in the world

Can you imagine the entire population of Romania and another half concentrated on an area 100 times smaller than the current area of ​​our country? Well, that's what the city of Tokyo looks like, declared the most populous super city in the world. According to United Nations specialists, it has all the chances to remain so in the future. But it could hardly be surpassed by a few metropolises in India and China. Forbes has compiled a list of the largest and busiest cities in the world and has made predictions about how much their population will grow in 10 years.

Tokyo, Japan & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 35.2 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 35.5 million people.

It is also called Edo, because Tokyo (Japan) was built on the foundation of the ancient Japanese city of Edo. It was the largest city in the world in the middle of the century. XVIII, when it first reached the figure of one million inhabitants.

Bucharest is tiny

Besides the huge metropolises with over 10 million inhabitants, the capital of Romania is tiny, with just over two million souls. It is the sixth largest capital in the European Union. According to the data regarding the demographic evolution made by specialists, the population of Bucharest increases every year by approximately 1,500 people.

Mumbai, India & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 18.2 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 21.9 million people.

The city was originally called Bombay, but was later abandoned because it was a remnant of colonialism. It was founded by the British in the 15th century. 17th century and is the most populous city in India. It is now the capital of trade and entertainment.

Mexico City, Mexico & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 19.4 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 21.6 million people.

The capital of Mexico was built on the ruins of the former capital of the Aztec empire, Tenochtitlan, destroyed in 1521 by the Spanish conquistadors. Mexico City is the capital of Mexico in all respects: political, economic and cultural.

Sao Paulo, Brazil & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 18.3 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 20.5 million people.

Sao Paulo is a super city created by the coffee industry. It was built in 1554 by Jesuit missionaries and developed in the 15th century. 19th century, due to its position & # 8211 is located in the heart of the richest coffee region. It is now a thriving city.

New York, USA & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 18.7 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 19.9 million people.

It is the first city to reach 10 million people. It was the Dutch who laid the foundations around 1620. It was called the New Amsterdam. In a short time, it came into the hands of the British. It flourished due to trade on the Hudson River.

New Delhi, India & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 15 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 18.6 million people.

It was taken over by the British in 1857. Although the cities of Mumbai and Bangalore boast Bollywood and & # 8216Silicon Valley & # 8217 respectively, Delhi has its own special charm, given the interesting mix of modernity and traditionalism.

Shanghai, China & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 14.5 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 17.2 million people.

Shanghai went out of anonymity in 1842, when China lost the first opium war and was forced to open foreign ports. Due to its position near the Yangtze River, Shanghai prospered and became the largest city.

Calcutta, India & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 14.3 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 17 million people.

Calcutta's parents are also English. It was born in 1690 and prospered quickly because it was a port. Here the British unloaded the opium brought from China. At that time, Calcutta was the capital of India and the largest city in the country.

Dhaka, Bangladesh & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 12.4 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 15.2 million people.

The city of Dhaka was also part of the British Empire. Hundreds of years ago, this settlement belonged to the Mughal empire and is now the capital of Bangladesh. The contrast between wealth and poverty is obvious everywhere.

Jakarta, Indonesia & # 8211 In 2005 & # 8211 13.2 million people. In 2015 & # 8211 16.8 million people.

The capital city of Indonesia, a port city, has been ruled countless times by either Hindu kings or Muslim sultans, Dutch, Japanese generals, who took control of it during World War II.


Exclusive. Gheorghe Dincă can get rid of the murder charge. Amazing revelations in the Caracal case

The one incriminated by Alexandru Cumpănașu, in the complaint filed with the General Prosecutor's Office, is Dr. Mariana Roşu, head of the osteology-anthropology sector, primary forensic doctor and doctor in medical sciences, with a doctorate in anthropological forensic expertise and identification. About her, colleagues who worked in the National Institute of Forensic Medicine (INML) "Minovici Mine" say that she has a very good training in the field of human anatomy and a rich teaching activity.

Dr. Mariana Roşu was heard, together with Dr. Ligia Barbarii, head of the Genetics Laboratory of INML, on October 14, 2019, by the police and the case prosecutor of DIICOT, as revealed exclusively by evz.ro.

On the same day, a forensic doctor with extensive experience in the field, questioned the legality of the issuance of the certificate of death of Alexandra Măceșanu by INML.

On October 15, 2019, evz.ro exclusively published the statement of Dr. Gheorghe Alexandrescu, forensic doctor, doctor of medical sciences, pathologist and anatomist, former head of the Prosecution Laboratory of INML. He explained why it is not legal for INML to issue a death certificate in the name of Alexandra Măceșanu, an act that is the basis of a death certificate, issued by the mayor's office.

"I am waiting to see the big criminal blunder of issuing a & lt & ltMedical certificate confirming the death & gt & gt of missing persons, only based on the loss of some teeth. And yet why would a man not die after losing even just one tooth, but only under certain conditions and well-defined circumstances, which can scientifically explain death by factors involved in thanatogenesis, "said Dr. Gheorghe Alexandrescu, exclusively for evz .ro.

The medical examiner also explained that the late declaration of death can be made in the conditions in which the death of a person cannot be announced immediately after death, as provided by law. The law on civil status documents provides for the possibility for the prosecutor to decide the late declaration of death. But the late declaration of death can only be made on the basis of a death certificate, issued by INML.

"It is risky to give such a certificate if there is no clear evidence of the body's existence," the forensic doctor said at the time. Dr. Alexndrescu also added that, usually, in the situation where the body is missing, the death can be declared by the court.


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We leave Iasi and live stories in Budapest & ndash Bratislava & ndash Prague & ndash Karlovy Vary & ndash Warsaw & ndash Krakow
Stories about cities, cities and castles, love and passion, joy and sacrifice, common and unique. We return home with memories for ourselves and our loved ones, with our own stories.
Until we take the first steps in the story, let's travel with thought and imagination.

This week we travel through Budapest and find out some of her stories.

& ldquoThe city of the two cities & rdquo, the capital of Hungary is made up of two cities: Buda & ndash with mountains and valleys and Pesta & ndash with sesame. Between them, shimmering, the Danube separates them with blue waves. But they are joined by the 9 bridges of perfect beauty.
When you see this panorama with its evening lights you will know why the city was included in the UNESCO patrimony.

The bridge with chains it is by far the unparalleled symbol of Budapest. Two centuries ago, the two cities, Buda and Pest, were connected by a bridge over boats that provided trade between the two banks of the Danube.

It has a length of 202 meters, was built between 1841 and 1849 by the British architects William and Adam Clark, and continues on the right bank of the Danube with the famous Tunnel, 371 meters long that crosses the Citadel Hill.
The name of the bridge, (Chain Bridge), is derived from the fact that its architecture is supported on two pillars - triumphal arches through which the chains pass.
The story goes that at the inauguration, the sculptor who decorated the bridge, among other things, with the statues of four giant lions guarding the entrances to the bridge, and two others, promised to commit suicide if anyone could find fault with his work. It is said that a lady reproached him that his lions had no tongue. The artist replied: Do you have a cat at home? She has a tongue even when you don't see her. If you put my lions in my mouth, you will see that they also have tongues. Indeed, lions are sculpted to the smallest detail. However, upset that this reproach was brought to him, the artist threw himself into the waters of the Danube.

Parliament building it is perhaps the most imposing building in this area of ​​Europe, being well lit and in a position that makes it more spectacular than the others around it. About 40 kilograms of gold were used to renovate it.

St. Stephen's Basilica.
Legend has it that in 1038, Stephen I of Hungary was exhumed, and his right hand was mummified, so it was believed that his hand had miraculous properties. The legend also says that it was stolen by the Romanian & hellipun, and it was taken from Sz & eacutekesfeh & eacuterv & aacuter in Ragusa. Queen Maria Theresa bought the hand of Stephen I and gave it back to her people. Today, the rest of the hand is in St. Stephen's Basilica.

Built on more than 130 hot springs, Budapest is certainly one of the Spa & amp Wellness capitals of the world, with a tradition of hundreds of years and a multitude of features that make it the perfect destination for relaxation and recovery. However, there are some rules. , the most important of which says that you should not spend more than 20 minutes in a pool with hot thermal water, as it is not good for the heart. Take care of this aspect!

And if we still arrived in Budapest, let's not forget to stop by The statue of the Policeman. Built in 1900 in the name of a policeman who was always with a smile on his face, it is said to bring good luck to those who rub his belly.

Fishermen's Bastion & ndash the fairytale castle
The Fishermen's Bastion attracts attention by the delicacy of the shapes and the white color of the stone from which it was carved, looking more like a castle detached from the fairy tales.

Located right on the right bank of the Danube, on the hill of the Citadel of Buda and in the immediate vicinity of the Mathyas Church, the Fishermen's Bastion attracts you like a magnet. It has no less than seven towers of different sizes, connected to each other by a terrace accessible to tourists. , towers that symbolize the tents of the seven Hungarian tribes that were established in the Pannonian Church in the ninth century.
Legend has it that the Bastion was a military observation point, because in this place the Fishermen's Guild was surrounded, a guild that had an important role in defending the Citadel of Buda during a war. Other legends are circulating about the Fishermen's Bastion. It is said that the name comes from the fish market located here in medieval times.

L & acircngă Fishermen's Bastion there is the Church of St. Mathyas and the bronze equestrian statue of St. Stephen, who was the first king of Hungary to convert the Hungarians to Christianity.

Next week, when the story will take us to Bratislava & hellip.


Retete Montignac - PIZZA MONTI

For a 22 cm pizza form. (diameter) as I have, 4 large portions come out.
3 eggs
3 tablespoons oil
2-3 tablespoons lentil flour (grinded by me) or 1-2 lg bran (oats, wheat, rye) finely ground
grated cheese
diced bacon (optional) I did not put
smoked sausage cut into cubes (optional) I did not put
slightly hardened mushrooms, separately
green onions, dill, thyme, salt, pepper

In a saucepan I put 3 whole eggs (egg white + yolk)
I put the mixer to work and when the eggs are beaten well (they have increased their volume) also with the mixer running, it is added one by one and in written order:
3 tablespoons oil (olive) + grated cheese + small chopped green onions + chopped dill + diced bell peppers (I grated it) + salt + pepper + thyme.
Here I turned off the mixer and added 3 tablespoons of lentil flour in turn, stirring lightly so as not to give back the beauty of the composition. I didn't know how lentil flour behaved, but nothing happened.
I poured this mixture into the pizza tray lined with butter / margarine / oil and flour and garnished on top with (they were prepared in advance) cheese / grated cheese, tomato slices, peppers, olives, about what is usual as a decoration.
Put it in the preheated oven before and after 20-25 minutes it is ready.
It swells and becomes beautiful and when it is browned it is ready.

As you can see, the pictures are from another time when I did it. I don't think it's important

In pictures it is from another time when I did it and it has:
eggs, oil, bell peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, olives, cheese, green onions, dill, thyme, salt, pepper and a small tiny remnant of sausage. I thickened it with 1 lg of wheat bran grinded by me (in the coffee grinder)


# 2 sheng

Thumbnails attached

# 3 sheng

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Mum # 4

# 5 mon

# 6 monykutz

I thought this pizza was fantastic. I made small changes, yes the initial idea is great.

2 eggs (that's all I had in the fridge)
1 tablespoon tare
2 tablespoons chickpea flour
2 tablespoons olive oil
3 tablespoons grated cheese
1 grated pepper
1 small onion
4 sausages I go (lamb, yes I guess any spicy sausages would be ok)
1/2 medium tomato
salt, pepper, hot smoked paprika (pepper), thyme

Mix everything in order: eggs, oil, flour, cheese, pepper, 1/2 onion and spices. Cut the tomato into slices, cut the small pieces of sausage and the other half of the onion and place on top. Bake for 25 minutes and ready
Cool

Attached images





# 7 sorinadaniela

Edited by sorinadaniela, 15 June 2010 - 09:46 AM.



June 7, 2010 I started mounting 104 - 105kg
July 7, 2010 I weighed 99kg
August 7, 2010 I weighed 93.6kg
September 7, 2010 I weighed 91kg
Oct 7, 2010 I weighed 87.7 kg
Nov 7, 2010 I weighed 83.7 kg
December 7, 2010 I weighed 81kg
On January 7, 2011 I weighed 79.9 kg
February 7, 2011 I weighed 78kg
March 7, 2011 I weighed 77.5 kg
April 7, 2011 I weighed 75.5 kg
May 7, 2011 I weighed 76kg (I think I was in Romania without my beloved scale)
June 7, 2011 I weighed 74kg. 1 year of mounting
July 7, 2011 I weighed 73kg
July 7, 2011 I weighed 72.5 kg

# 8 good

sorina, this recipe seems excellent to me, especially now, in the summer. you can very well serve a salad next to it. see it more as a more consistent omelet. bran in the composition is good, it is fiber.

I don't want to force you to make this recipe, I'm just telling you that it seems appropriate for the beginning of the diet.

# 9 sorinadaniela

sorina, this recipe seems excellent to me, especially now, in the summer. you can very well serve a salad next to it. see it more as a more consistent omelet. bran in the composition is good, it is fiber.

I don't want to force you to make this recipe, I'm just telling you that it seems appropriate for the beginning of the diet.

Then if you say it's an omelet. It's done. kidding.
I know you're right, the dwarfs on my brain are mine.
I will definitely do it, and you know something, I think I will do it on Saturday for Sunday. we have a trip to the mountains with Mara's class, so until we get to the barbecue, the girls have something to eat. I turn it into breakfast, that's good, isn't it?



June 7, 2010 I started mounting 104 - 105kg
July 7, 2010 I weighed 99kg
August 7, 2010 I weighed 93.6kg
September 7, 2010 I weighed 91kg
October 7, 2010 I weighed 87.7 kg
Nov 7, 2010 I weighed 83.7 kg
December 7, 2010 I weighed 81kg
On January 7, 2011 I weighed 79.9 kg
February 7, 2011 I weighed 78kg
March 7, 2011 I weighed 77.5 kg
April 7, 2011 I weighed 75.5 kg
May 7, 2011 I weighed 76kg (I think I was in Romania without my beloved scale)
June 7, 2011 I weighed 74kg. 1 year of mounting
July 7, 2011 I weighed 73kg
July 7, 2011 I weighed 72.5 kg

# 10 sorinadaniela



June 7, 2010 I started mounting 104 - 105kg
July 7, 2010 I weighed 99kg
August 7, 2010 I weighed 93.6kg
September 7, 2010 I weighed 91kg
October 7, 2010 I weighed 87.7 kg
Nov 7, 2010 I weighed 83.7 kg
December 7, 2010 I weighed 81kg
On January 7, 2011 I weighed 79.9 kg
February 7, 2011 I weighed 78kg
March 7, 2011 I weighed 77.5 kg
April 7, 2011 I weighed 75.5 kg
May 7, 2011 I weighed 76kg (I think I was in Romania without my beloved scale)
June 7, 2011 I weighed 74kg. 1 year of mounting
July 7, 2011 I weighed 73kg
July 7, 2011 I weighed 72.5 kg

# 11 sheng

# 12 sorinadaniela

To live, I understand & # 33 I'm going to get to work.



June 7, 2010 I started mounting 104 - 105kg
July 7, 2010 I weighed 99kg
August 7, 2010 I weighed 93.6kg
September 7, 2010 I weighed 91kg
Oct 7, 2010 I weighed 87.7 kg
Nov 7, 2010 I weighed 83.7 kg
December 7, 2010 I weighed 81kg
On January 7, 2011 I weighed 79.9 kg
February 7, 2011 I weighed 78kg
March 7, 2011 I weighed 77.5 kg
April 7, 2011 I weighed 75.5 kg
May 7, 2011 I weighed 76kg (I think I was in Romania without my beloved scale)
June 7, 2011 I weighed 74kg. 1 year of mounting
July 7, 2011 I weighed 73kg
July 7, 2011 I weighed 72.5 kg

# 13 sorinadaniela

Honey, I made two pizzas last night, one for the non-mountain population and one for me. I went with eggs, olive oil, cheese, dried green onions and salt with various spices, then I separated:
- for them wholemeal flour, dried mozzarella, tomatoes, cooked ham (nonconform) and canned mushrooms. if the sausage had conformed and the fresh mushrooms hardened a little, we would have had an F2 pizza
- for me lentil flour (made by me), dried mozzarella (muuuulta), tomatoes and a leftover meat made on a plate.

I can say from my own experience that it was buuuuna, I don't know what it tasted like, but what I can say is that it was devoured immediately.
When I started making pizza, I chose to make their first because of the girls. When I took theirs out of the oven I put mine in. The wife had not yet arrived home, so I cut her in 8 and gave the girls to pop (2 pcs of Mara and 1 of Giulia). so there were 5 pieces left on the plate. I say, let's put some order on the table and then take some pictures. daaaa, how not & # 33 & # 33 & # 33
In short, he came home and finished it all until I woke up. then he asks me, so candid, & # 39da & # 39 do you still have? & # 39. Mine was still in the oven. When I took it out, I quickly took a picture of it and cut it out. When I took the picture in the section, the battery left me.
Well, he ate mine too. after which he told me not to bother to prepare separately, to make theirs just like mine.
Now I owe the picture, when I charge the battery I will return.



June 7, 2010 I started mounting 104 - 105kg
July 7, 2010 I weighed 99kg
August 7, 2010 I weighed 93.6kg
September 7, 2010 I weighed 91kg
Oct 7, 2010 I weighed 87.7 kg
Nov 7, 2010 I weighed 83.7 kg
December 7, 2010 I weighed 81kg
On January 7, 2011 I weighed 79.9 kg
February 7, 2011 I weighed 78kg
March 7, 2011 I weighed 77.5 kg
April 7, 2011 I weighed 75.5 kg
May 7, 2011 I weighed 76kg (I think I was in Romania without my beloved scale)
June 7, 2011 I weighed 74kg. 1 year of mounting
July 7, 2011 I weighed 73kg
July 7, 2011 I weighed 72.5 kg


The "leftover" cake - Recipes

Dumitru Popa Category: Theology
ISBN / ISSN: 9789731014630
Nr. pages: 416
Year of publication: 2011

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The seven seals, or seals, show us the comprehensive picture of the church throughout the ages, from the first coming of Christ to His second coming, but without including the event of His return. The seven trumpets, the Dragon raging on the woman, fighting with the remnant of her seed, and the three angelic message - these are events of astonishing grandeur, the unfolding of which we are also interested, those who live in these days from the beginning of the the third millennium.

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Author Dumitru Popa
Language Romanian
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The doctor who contradicted Donald Trump: "I only rely on facts"

Dr. Anthony Fauci, coordinator of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in America, said in an interview that he "went to the wire" when he publicly contradicted President Donald Trump about rumors about the coronavirus. "It was a risky business to tell Trump things he didn't want to hear," the doctor said.

Trump had said that hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin taken together have a real chance of making a big difference in the history of medicine. The FDA managed to move the mountains. Thanks! Let's put them to use immediately. People are dying, let's move fast. God bless you! ”

However, Anthony Fauci contradicted the statements of the US president and said that he tries and does not make him feel offended. During a joint press conference, the doctor was caught disapproving by a gesture the words of the politician. He explained: "I don't want to be a tough guy. I'm just relying on facts. And I want to talk based on data and evidence. I will say what the concrete facts show. Fortunately, Donald Trump is not upset ", said Fauci.


Prophecy for Damascus, 2500 years old! It is written in the Old Testament that is to happen in Syria

& # 8222Here, Damascus is taken out of the number of cities and there are a lot of ruins left & # 8221. This is the prophetic passage from the Book of Isaiah, chapter 17. Several fundamentalist Christian blogs claim that the biblical text is about to be fulfilled, writes Time. & # 8222The end is near & # 8221, headlines one of the blogs.

The conflict in Syria has returned to the present, after the United States and its allies considered a possible military intervention, following the chemical weapons attack, which led to numerous casualties among the population.

The destruction of Damascus, the capital of Syria, would have been predicted 2,500 years ago, some Christians believe.

According to some Christian blogs, an excerpt from the Old Testament speaks exactly to this subject. This is a quote from the Book of Isaiah, chapter 17: "Behold, Damascus is taken away from the number of the cities, and a multitude of ruins remain."

Even though some Christians believe in the truth of this prophecy and await its fulfillment, most theologians say that the text should not be interpreted literally. & # 8222We can't interpret the Bible like that, it would be absurd. It is an ancient text and talks about past events. We cannot now compare the United States with ancient Babylon. "We can't make such connections," says Professor Walter Brueggmann of Columbia Theological Seminary.

Chapter 17 of Isaiah is not the only one in which Syria is mentioned in the Bible. Jesus himself probably never traveled to modern Syria, but the apostle Paul, the second most famous Christian leader, was converted to Christianity outside Damascus.

On the other hand, the church in Antioch, Syria (a city about 96 miles from Aleppo), became a refuge for the first Christians to flee persecution in Jerusalem after Stephen, the first martyr of Christianity, was killed. with stones.

The Syrian region gave birth to the first theologians of Christianity, such as St. Ignatius, bishop of Antioch, John Chrysostom, contemporary with Augustine and John of Damascus.

CHAPTER 17
Prophecy for Damascus

1. Prophecy against Damascus: “Behold, Damascus is taken away from the number of the cities, and it is left in ruins.
2. The fortresses of Aroer are desolate for ever, they are good for feeding the flocks, which lie there and no one chases them.
3. No fortified city for Ephraim, no kingdom in Damascus. So it shall be with the remnant of Syria, and with their increase, as with the children of Israel, saith the LORD of hosts.
4. And it shall come to pass in that day, that the glory of Jacob shall be made thin, and the fatness of the flesh shall dry up.
5. And it shall come to pass after the reaper, that he shall reap the harvest, when his hand shall gather in the harvest, and as the harvest of the people in the valley of Rephaim.
6. And it shall come to pass, that, when it is shaken out of the olive tree, two or three olives shall be upon the top of it, and five or five on the branches thereof, saith the LORD God of Israel.
7. In that day shall a man look to his Maker, and his eyes shall look to the Holy One of Israel.
8. And he shall not look to the sacrifices, nor the things of his hands, neither shall he look at the work of his fingers, or at the groves, or in the sun.
9. And it shall come to pass in that day, that his strong cities shall be forsaken, as the Amorites and the Hebrews, forsaken before the children of Israel: and they shall be desolate.
10. For thou hast forgotten the God of thy salvation, and hast not remembered the rock of thy salvation. This is why you establish gardens for Adonis and there you plant alive for a foreign god.
11. On the day you plant it, you see that it rises and the next day it has flowers but you do not rejoice in reaping the fruit of the day of calamity and the pain is without cure.
12. Ah! This noise of the peoples is as the roaring of many waters;
13. He threatens them, and they flee far away, driven away like chaff that the winds blow into the wind, and like a whirlwind of dust in a storm.
14. In the evening, then, is the hour of fear, and before the day dawns, they are no more. Here is the part, the part of our robbers and the fate of those who plundered us.


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