breaking fallow ground

The Hebrew that is translated as “break up your fallow ground” in some English versions is translated as “prepare your hard hearts like a person prepares a garden spot” in Bassa.

scarecrow

The Hebrew that is translated as “scarecrow” in English is translated in Bassa in Liberia as “a stick that a person decorates with clothes and sets in a farm.”

feeble, limp

The Hebrew that is translated as “limp” or “feeble” in English is translated as “their hearts beat within them” in Bassa.