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Once upon a time in the land of Assyria, there was a prophet named Nahum. The Lord spoke to him about the wicked city of Nineveh. In his vision, Nahum saw an army advancing against the city. He heard the Lord's voice declaring that this army would come from the north and destroy Nineveh.

The people of Nineveh had once been powerful and proud, but they had turned away from God and became cruel and oppressive. They plundered other cities and took what wasn't theirs. The Lord was angry and determined to bring them down.

Nahum saw the city filled with violence and deceit. He heard the cries of the wounded and the weeping of the mothers who had lost their children. The people of Nineveh tried to hide from the coming destruction, but they could not escape.

The Lord sent an army of horses and chariots against the city. The earth shook as they approached, and the people trembled in fear. The city walls were breached, and the soldiers stormed in, killing and destroying all in their path.

Nineveh was a beautiful city, but now it was a heap of ruins. The temples were destroyed, and the idols were shattered. The people who had once lived there were scattered like leaves in the wind.

But even in the midst of destruction, there was hope. The Lord promised to restore the land and bring peace to those who turned back to Him. And so, the people began to rebuild their lives, seeking forgiveness and trusting in God's mercy.

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