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be t given him. A

12 ^ As for my people, "^children are
their oppressors, and women rule over them.
O my people, ' || they which lead thee cause
thee to err, and f destroy the way of thy paths.

13 The Lord standeth up "to plead, and
standeth to judge the people.

14 The Lord will enter into judgment '
with the ancients of his people, and the
princes thereof-: for ye have 1| eaten up " the
vineyard ; the spoil of the poor is in your
houses.

15 What mean ye that ye " beat my peo-
ple to pieces, and grind the faces of the
poor ? saith the Lord God of hosts.

566



The punishment of the women.

16 IF Moreover the Lord saith, Because
the daughters of Zion axe haughty, and
walk with stretched forth necks and f wan-
ton eyes, walking and || mincing as they go,
and making a tinkling with their feet :

17 Therefore the Lord will smite with
Pa scab the crown of the head of the daugh-
ters of Zion, and the Lord will f^ discover
their secret parts.

18 In that day the Lord will take away
the bravery of their tinkling ornaments cAout

, their feet ^ and their |1 cauls, and their 'round
tires like the moon,

19 The II chains, and the bracelets, and
the II mufflers,

20 The bonnets, and the ornaments of the
legs, and the head-bands, and the f tablets,
and the ear-rings,

21 The rings, and nose-jewels,

22 The changeable suits of apparel, and
the mantles, and the wimples, and the crisp-
ing-pins,

23 The glasses, and the fine linen, and
the hoods, and the vails.

24 And it shall come to pass, that instead
of sweet smell there shall be stink ; and in-
stead of a girdle a rent ; and instead of well
set hair ' baldness ; and instead of a stoma-
cher a girding of sackcloth : and burning
instead of beauty.

25 Thy men shall fall by the sword,
and thy f mighty in the war.

26 'And her gates shall lament and
mourn ; and she, being || f desolate, " shall sit
upon the ground.

J\- CHAP. IV.

In the extremity of evils, Christ's kingdom shall be a
sanctuary.

AND *in that day seven women shall
take hold of one man, saying. We
will ""eat our own bread, and wear our own
apparel: only f let us be called by thy
name, ||to take away ''our reproach.

2 In that day shall ^ the branch of the
Lord be t beautiful and glorious, and the
fruit of the earth shall, be excellent and
comely f foi* them that are escaped of Is-
rael.

3 And it shall come to pass, that he that
is left in Zion, and he that remaineth in
Jerusalem, ^ shall be called holy, even every
one that is ''written || among the living in
Jerusalem :

4 When ^the Lord shall have washed
away the filth of the daughters of Zion,
and shall have purged the blood of Jeru-
salem from the midst thereof by the spirit
of judgment, and by the spirit of burning.

5 And the Lord will create upon every



CHAP. V.



Beforo
CHRIST

about 7eU.



T Heb.
deceiving
with tttetr



tripping
nicety.



V Deul.28.

tHeb.
make naked,
9 ch. 47. a,

Jer. 13. 23.
Nah. 3. 5.



II Or, .
nst-ioorks,
r Judg. 8.
21.

II Or,

sioeet baUa.
II Or,
spangled
omaraenls.

t Hob.
himses of
the soul.



s ch. 22. 12.
Mic 1. 16.



t Hob.
might.
t Jer. 14. 2.
Lam. 1. 4.
II Or,
emjjttcd.
t Heb.
cleansed.
u Lam. 2. 10.



ach.2.11,
17.



b 2 Tbesa. 3.

12.

tHeb.

let thy navie
be called
upon us.
II Or.
tal^e thou
away.
c Luke 1.
25.

d Jer. 23. 5.
Zech. 3. 8.
&6. 12.
tHeb.
beauty and
glory.
t Heb.
for the es-
caping of
Israel,



e ch. 60. 31.

fPhil. 4. 3.
Rev. 3. 5.

II Or,
to life,

B Mai. 3. 2,



Beforo
CHRIST

about 7G0.



h Exod. 13.

21.

i Zech. 2. 5.

II Or,

above.

tHeb.

a covering,

ch. 8. 14.



kch.25.4.



-77, of
10/



a Fs. SO. 8.

Cant. 8. 12.

ch.27.2.

Jer. 2. 21.

Matt. 21. 33.

Mark 12. 1.

Luke 20. 9.

tHeb.

the horn, oj

the son

oil.

II Or,

made a wall

about it.

t Heb.

hewed.

b Deut 32.

6.

ch. 1. 2, 3.



c Rom. 3. 4.



d Pa. 80. 12.



tHeb.
for a tread-



tHeb.

plant of his
pleasures,
t Heb.
a scab.



e Mic. 2. 2.



t Heb. ye.



fch. 22. 14.
II Or,, .
This la m
mine ears,
saith the
Lord, ^c,
tHeb.
if not, Sre.

er See
Ezok.45.11



hProv.23.
20, no.
Eccles. 10.
16.
ver. 22.



pursue them.



God's Judgments on covetousness, Sfc.

dwelhng place of mount Zion, and upon her
assemblies, ^a cloud and smoke by day, and
'the shining of a flaming fire by night : for
II upon all the glory shall 6e f a defence.

6 And there shall be a tabernacle for a
shadow in the day time from the heat, and
''for a place of refuge, and for a covert from
storm and from rain.

CHAP. V.

1 Unde7- the parable of a vineyard God excuseth Ms se-
vere judgment. 8 His judgments upon covetousness,
11 upon lasciviousness, 13 itpon impiety, 2Q and upon
injustice. 26 The executioners of God's judgments.

"VrOW will I sing to my well-beloved a
X 1 song of my beloved touching * his vine-
yard. My well-beloved hath a vineyard in
fa very fruitful hill :

2 And he || fenced it, and gathered out
the stones thereof, and planted it with the
choicest vine, and built a tower in the midst
of it, and also fmade a wine-press therein:
I" and he looked that it should bring forth
grapes, and it brought forth wild grapes.

3 And now, O inhabitants of Jerusalem,
and men of Judah, " judge, I pray you, be-
twixt me and my vineyard.

4 What could have been done more to
my vineyard, that I have not done in it ?



looked that it should,
brought it forth wild



wherefore, when I
bring forth grapes,
grapes ?

5 And now go to ; I will tell you what 1
will do to my vineyard: "^I will take away
the hedge thereof, and it shall be eaten up ;
and break down the wall thereof, and it shall
be t trodden down :

6 And I will lay it waste : it shall not be
pruned, nor digged ; but there shall come
up briers and thorns : I will also command,
the clouds that they rain no rain upon it.

7 For the vineyard of the Lord of hosts
is the house of Israel, and the men of Judah
't his pleasant plant : and he looked for
judgment, but behold f oppression ; for right-
eousness, but behold a cry.

8 IWo unto them that join "house to
house, that lay field to field, till there be no
place, that t they may be placed alone in
the midst of the earth !

9 *■ II In mine ears, said the Lord of hosts,
t Of a truth many houses shall be desolate,
even great and fair, without inhabitant.

10 Yea, ten acres of vineyard shall yield
one 8 bath, and the seed of an homer shall
yield an ephah.

11 f'Wo unto them that rise up early
in the morning, that they may follow strong
drink; that continue until night,

II inflame them '

587



till wine



i Amos 6. 5,

6.

k Job 34.

27.

Ps.as.s.

1 Hos. 4. 6.

m ch. 1. 3.
Luke 19. 44.
t Heb.
their glory
are men of
famine.



ble, and their carcasses were



torn in the



midst of the streets. ^For all this his anger
is not turned away, but his hand is stretched
out still.

26 H'^And he will Hft up an ensign to the
nations from far,* and will '•hiss unto them



Before
CHRIST
about 7G0.



n ch. 2. 9,
11, 17.



II Or, the
lioly Qod.
t Heb.
the Ood the
hoiy.



p ch. 66. 5.
Jer. 17. 1.5.
Amos 5. 18.
2 Pet. 3. 3,
4.



t Heb.
that say con-
cerning evil.
It is good,
Src.



a Pro?. 3.

Rom. 1.22.
& 12. 16.
T Heb.
before their
face.
I vet. 11.



E Prov. 17.
15. & 24. 24.



I E.\od. 15.

7.

t Heb.

tlie tongue

of fire.

u Job IS.

16.

Hos. 9. 16.

Amos 2. 9.



X 2 Kings
22. 13, 17.



y Jer. 4. 24.

II Or,
as duns.
z Lev. 26.
]4, tc.
ch. 9. 12. 17,
21. & 10. 4.



a ch. 11. 12.
b ch. 7. 18.



Before
CHRIST
about 760.



c Deut. 28.

49.

Ps. 72. 8.

Mai. 1. n.

d Joel 2. 7.

e Han. 5. 6.



gch. 8.22.
Jer. 4. 23.
Lam. 3. 2.
Ezek. 32.7,
8.

II Or,
distress.
II Or,
when it IS
ligkt.it shall
be dark in
the destruc-
tions there-
of.



God's judgments on impiety and injustice. ISAIAH.

12 And 'the harp, and the viol, the tabret,
and pipe, and wine, are in their feasts : but
''they regard not the work of the Lord,
neither consider the operation of his hands.
1311 'There fore my people are gone into
captivity, -"because they have no knowledge :
and t their honourable men are famished,
and their multitude dried up with thirst.

14 Therefore hell hath enlarged herself,
and opened her mouth without measure :
and their glory, and their multitude, and
their pomp, and he that rejoiceth, shall de-
scend into it.

15 And "the mean man shall be brought
down, and the mighty man shall be hum-
bled, and the eyes of the lofty shall be
humbled :

16 But the Lord of hosts shall be exalted
in judgment, and | t God that is holy shall
be sanctified in righteousness.

17 Then shall the lambs feed after their
manner, and the waste places of ° the fat one
shall strangers eat.

18 Wo unto them that draw iniquity
with cords of vanity, and sin as it were with
a cart-rope :

19 P That say. Let him make speed, and
nasten his work, that we may see it : and let
the counsel of the Holy One of Israel draw
nigh and come, that we may know it !

20 TT Wo unto them t that call evil good,
and good evil; that put darkness for light,
and light for darkness ; that put bitter for
sweet, and sweet for bitter !

21 Wo unto them that are <i wise in
their own eyes, and prudent tin their own
sight !

22 'Wo unto them that are mighty to
drink wine, and men of strength to mingle
strong drink :

23 Which ^justify the wicked for reward,
and take away the righteousness of the right-
eous from him!

24 Therefore ' as t the fire devoureth the
stubble, and the flame consumeth the chaff,
so "their root shall be as rottenness, and
their blossom shall go up as dust : because
they have cast away the law of the Lord
of hosts, and despised the word of the Holy
One of Israel.

25 "Therefore is the anger of the Lord
kindled against his people, and he hath
stretched forth his hand against them, and
hath smitten them : and y the hills did trem-



about 7.58.
a 2 Kings
15. 7.
b 1 Kings
22. 19.
John 12.41.
Rev. 4. 2.
II Or,
t/ie skirts
thereof.



c Ezek. 1.
11.



t Heb.

this cried to

this.

a Rev. 4. 8.

t Heb.

his glory is

the fulness

of the whole

earth.

e Ps. 72. 19.

T Heb.

thresholds.

fE.\od.40.

34.

1 Kings 8.

10.

fE.\od. 4.
0. & 6. 30.
Judg. 6. 22.
& 13. 22.
Jer. 1.0.
T Heb.
eat off.



t Hob.
and in his
hand a live
coal.
h Kev. 8. 3.

t Heb. ,
caused it to
touch.
iSee
Jer. 1. 9.
Dan. 10. 16.
k Gen. 1.26.
&. 3, 22. &.
11. 7.
t Heb.
Behold me.

I ch. 43. 8.
Matt. 13. 14.
Mark 4. 12.
Luke 8. 10.
John 12.40.
Acte 28. 26.
Rom. 11. 8.

II Or,
without
ceasing, ,?■«.
t Heb.
hear ye in
hearing, ^-c.
t Hob.

in seeing.



Isaiah's vision of God's glory.

from Uhe end of the earth; and behold,
''they shall come with speed swiftly :

27 None shall be weary nor stumble among
them ; none shall slumber nor sleep ; neither
« shall the girdle of their loins be loosed, nor
the latchet of their shoes be broken :

28 ^ Whose arrows are sharp, and all their
bows bent, their horses' hoofs shall be
counted like flint, and their wheels like a
whirlwind.

29 Their roaring shall be like a lion,
they shall roar like young lions : yea, they
shall roar, and lay hold of the prey, and
shall carry it away safe, and none shall de-
liver it.

30 And in that day they shall roar against
them, like the roaring of the sea : and if
one ^look unto the land, behold, darkness
and II sorrow, || and the light is darkened in
the heavens thereof.



-^



CHAP. VL



I



1 Isaiah, in a vision of the Lord in his glory, 5 being
terrified, is confirmed for his message. 9 He sheweth
the obstinacy of the people unto their desolation. 13 A
remnant shall be saved.

N the year that =^king Uzziah died I '' saw
also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high
and lifted up, and || his train filled the
temple.

2 Above it stood the seraphims : each one
had six wings ; with twain he covered his
face, and •'with twain he covered his feet,
and with twain he did fly.

3 And t one cried unto another, and said,
^Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of hosts:
t " the whole earth is full of his glory.

4 And the posts of the t door moved at
the voice of him that cried, and ^ the house
was filled with smoke.

5 Us Then said I, Wo is me ! for I am
t undone; because I am a man of unclean
lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of
unclean lips : for mine eyes have seen the
King, the Lord of hosts.

6 Then flew one of the seraphims unto
me, t having a live coal in his hand, which
he had taken with the tongs from off '' the
altar :

7 And he t'laid it upon my mouth, and
said, Lo, this hath touched thy lips ; and
thine iniquity is taken away, and thy sin
purged.

8 Also I heard the voice of the Lord,
saying, Whom shall I send, and who will
go for "'us ? Then said I, fHere am I ; send
me.

9 H And he said. Go, and tell this people,
'Hear ye ||t indeed, but understand not;
and see ye f indeed, but perceive not

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Ahaz, being troubled with fear,

10 Make ""the heart of this people fat,
and make their ears heavy, and shut their
eyes; "lest they see with their eyes, and
hear with their ears, and understand with
their heart, -and convert, and be healed.

11 Then said I, Lord, how long? And
he answered, "Until the cities be Avasted
without inhabitant, and the houses without
man, and the land be t utterly desolate ;

12 pAnd the Lord have removed men
far away, and there he a great forsaking in
the midst of the land.

13 IT But yet in it shall he a tenth, Ij and
it shall return, and shall be eaten : as a teil-
tree, and as an oak whose || substance is in
them, when they cast their leaves : so •) the
holy seed shall be the substance thereof.

CHAP. VIL

. Ahaz, being troubled with fear ofRezin and Pekah, is
comforted by Isaiah. 10 Afiaz, having liberty to choose
a sign, and refusing it, hath for a sign, Christ promised.
17 His judgment is prophesied to come by Assyria.

AND it came to pass in the days of
^Ahaz the son of Jotham, the son of
Uzziah, king of Judah, that Rezin the king
of Syria, and Pekah the son of Remaliah,
king of Israel, went up toward Jerusalem
to war against it, but cotild not prevail a-
gainst it.

2 And it was told the house of David,
saying, Syria t is. confederate with Ephraim.
And his heart was moved, and the heart of
his people, as the trees of the wood are
moved with the wind.

3 Then said the Lord unto Isaiah, Go
forth now to meet Ahaz, thou, '•and ||Shear-
jashub thy son, at the end of the "conduit of
the upper pool in the || highway of the ful-
ler's field ;

4 And say unto him. Take heed, and be
quiet; fear not, f neither be faint-hearted
for the two tails of these smoking fire-brands,
for the fierce anger of Rezin with Syria, and
of the son of Remaliah.

5 Because Syria, Ephraim, and the son of
Remaliah, have taken evil counsel against
thee, saying,

6 Let us go up against Judah, and || vex
it, and let us make a breach therein for us,
and set a king in the midst of it, even the
son of Tabeal :

7 Thus saith the Lord God, ''It shall not
stand, neither shall it come to pass.

8 «For the head of Syria is Damascus,
and the head of Damascus is Rezin; and
within threescore and five years-shall Ephraim
be broken, t that it be not a people.

9 And the head of Ephraim is Samaria,
and the head of Samaria is Remaliah's son.



CHAP. VIL



Beroro
CHRIST
about 758.



ni Pa. 119.

70.

ch. e3. 17.

n Jor. 3. 21.



t Heb. deso-
late wiVi
desolation.
p 2 Kings
45.21.



II Or,

when It IS re-
turned, and
hatli been
brouscd,
II Or, stock,
or, stern.
g Ezra fl. 2.
Mai. 2. 15.
Rom. 11. 5.



about 742.

a 2 Kings
IB. 5.

2 Chron. 28.
5, 6.



t Heb.
rcstcth on
Ephraim.



b ch. 10.21.

II Tliat is,
The rem-
nant shall
return :
See ch. 6. 13.
& ID. 21.
c 2 Kings
18. 17.
ch. 36. 2.
II Or,

causey-way.
JHeb.
let not thy
heart be
tender.



II Or,
waken.



d Prov. 21.

30.

ch. 8. 10.

e 2 Sam. 8.
6.



tHeb. from
a people.



BofoTe
CHRIST

about 742.



f Seo

2 Chron. 20.

20.

II Or, Do ye

not bcUate?

it is because

ye are not

stable.

t Heb. .And

the Lord

added to

speak.

c Judg. 6.

So, &c.

Matt. 12. 38.

II Or, make

thy petition

deep.



h Matt. 1.

23.

Lulte 1. 31,

34.

i ch. 9. 6.

11 Or, tl/ou,

Virgin,
shall call :
See Gen. 4.
1.25. & 16.
11. ti9. 32.
Sl 30. 6, 8.

1 Sam. 4. 21.
k ch. 8. 8.

I See ch. 8.
4.



2 Kings
i. 30. Sc 16.



n 2 Chron.
28. 19.



o 1 Kings
12. 16.



p ch. S. 26.



q ch. 2. 19.
Jer. 16. 16.



II Or, com-
mendable
trees.

r 2 Kings
16. 7, 8.
2 Cliron. 28.
20, 21.
Sec Ezeli.
5. 1.



t Hob. in
the viidst of
tlte land.



B ch. 5. 6.



is comforted by Isaiah,

^ II If ye will not beheve, surely ye shall not
be established.

10 IF t Moreover, the Lord spake again
unto Ahaz, saying,

11 s Ask thee a sign of the Lord thy God;
II ask it either in the depth, or in the height
above.

12 But Ahaz said, I will not ask, neither
will I tempt the Lord.

13 And he said. Hear ye now, O house
of David ; Is it a small thing for you to
weary men, but will ye weary my God
also?

14 Therefore the Lord himself shall give
you a sign ; ''Behold, a virgin shall conceive,
and bear 'a son, and || shall call his name
''Immanuel.

15 Butter and honey shall he eat, that ho
may know to refuse the evil, and choose
the good.

16 'For before the child shall luiow to
refuse the evil, and choose the good, the
land that thou abhorrest shall be forsaken
of ■" both her kings.

17 IF "The Lord shall bring upon thee,
and upon thy people, and upon thy father's
house, days that have not come, from the
day that "Ephraim departed from Judah;
even the king of Assyria.

18 And it shall come to pass in that day,
that the Lord p shall hiss for the fly that
IS in the uttermost part of the rivers of
Egypt, and for the bee that is in the land
of Assyria.

19 And they shall come, and shall rest all
of them in the desolate valleys, and in ithe
holes of the rocks, and upon all thorns, and
upon all II bushes.

20 In the same day shall the Lord shave
with a 'razor that is hired, namely, by them
beyond the river, by the king of Assyria,
the head, and the hair of the feet : and it
shall also consume the beard.

21 And it shall come to pass in that day,
that a man shall nourish a young cow, and
two sheep ;

22 And it shall come to pass, for the
abundance of milk that they shall give that
he shall eat butter : for butter and honey
shall every one eat that is left tin the
land.

23 And it shall come to pass in that day,
that every place shall be, where there were
a thousand vines at a thousand silverhngs, ^it
shall even be for briers and thorns.

24 With arrows and with bows shall men
come thither; because all the land shall
become briers and thorns.

25 And on all hills that shall be digged
with the mattock, there shall not come

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f



A prophecy against Israel and Judah.

thither the fear of briers and thorns : but
it shall be for the sending forth of oxen, and
for the treading of lesser cattle.

CHAP. VIII.

I In Maher-shalal-hash-baz, he prophesieth that Syria
and Israel shall be subdued by Assyria; 5 Judah
likewise for her infidelity. 9 God's judgments shall
be irresistible. 11 Comfort shall be to them that fear
God ; 19 great afflictions to idolaters.

MOREOVER, the Loud said unto me,
Take thee a great roll, and "write in
it with a man's pen concerning t Maher-
shalal-hash-baz.

2 And I took unto me faithful witnesses
to record, ''Uriah the priest, and Zechariah
the son of Jeberechiah.

3 And I t went unto the prophetess ; and
she conceived, and bare a son. Then said
the Lord to me, Call his name Maher-
shalal-hash-baz .

4 "For before the child shall have know-
ledge to cry. My father, and my mother,

II "^the riches of Damascus and the spoil of
Samaria shall be taken away before the king
of Assyria.

5 H The Lord spake also unto me again,
saying,

6 Forasmuch as this people refuseth the
waters of ^Shiloah that go softly, and re-
joice ''in Rezin and Remaliah's son ;

7 Now therefore, behold, the Lord bring-
eth up upon them the waters of the river,
strong and many, even ethe king of Assyria,
and all his glory : and he shall come up over
all his channels, and go over all his banks :

8 And he shall pass through Judah ; he
shall overflow and go over, ''he shall reach
even to the neck ; and t the stretching out
of his wings shall fill the breadth of thy
land, O 'Immanuel.

9 IT'' Associate yourselves, O ye people,
II and ye shall be broken in pieces ; and give
ear, all ye of far countries : gird yourselves,
and ye shall be broken in pieces ; gird your-
selves, and ye shall be broken in pieces.

10 'Take counsel together, and it shall
come to nought; speak the word, ""and it
shall not stand : "for God is with us.

11 HFor the Lord spake thus to me
fwith a strong hand, and instructed me
that I should not walk in the way of this
people, saying,

12 Say ye not, A confederacy, to all them
to whom "this people shall say, A confede-
racy; P neither fear ye their fear, nor be
afraid.

13 q Sanctify the Lord of hosts himself;
and 'let him be your fear, and let him he
your dread.

14 And «he shall be for a sanctuary; but



ISAIAH.



Before


Befora


CHRIST


CHRIST


about 742.


about 742.




t ch. 28. 16.




Luke 2. 34.




Rom. 9. :a.




1 PoL 2. 8.




n Matt. 21.




44.




Luke 20. 18.




Rom. 9. 32.




& 11. 25.


a ch. 30. S.


X ch. 54. 8.


Hab. 2. 2.




f Heb.
m maldnff


7 Hab. 2. X
Ijike 2. 25,


speed ttf the


spoil he has-


z kebr. 2.


tmtctli the


13.


vrev, or,
tnake speed.


a Pa. 71. 7.
Zech. 3. 8.


Src.


about 741.


b 2 Kings




16. 10.




T Heb.




approazhad.




unto.


b 1 Sam. 28.




8.




ch. 19. 3.




c ch. 29. 4.


c See ch. 7.


d Pa. 108.


16.


28.




c Luke 16.




29.


11 Or.
he that 13






before the
king of Jls-
syna shall
take away


f Mic. 3. 6.
T Heb. no
morning.


the riches.




i-c.




about 741.




d 2 Kings




15. 29. & 16.

9.

ch. 17. 3.




B Kov. 16.


e Neh.3.15.




John 9. 7.




f ch. 7. 1,


h ch. 5. 30.


2,6.






i ch. 9, 1.


B ch. 10. 12.




h ch. 30. 28.




t Heb. the




f\dn£ss of




the breadth


about 940


of thy lavd
shall be the


a ch. 8. 22.


stretchings




out of his




wings.


b 2 Kinga


i ch. 7. 14.


15.29.


k Joel 3. 9.


2 0hron. 16.


11.


4.


II Or, vet.






c Leir. 26.




24.




2 Kings 17.




5, 6.




1 Chron. 5.




26.




about 771.


1 Job 5. 12.


about 740.




II Or,


m ch. 7. 7.


populous.
d Matt 4.


n ch. 7. 14.
Acta 5. 3rt,
39.


16.

Ephea. 5. 8,
14.


Rom. 8. 13.




t Heb.

m strength






of hand.


II Or,
to him.




e Judg. 5.




30.




II Or,




H'fien thou




brakest.




f ch. 10. 5.


o ch. 7. 2.


& J4. 5.




g^Judg. 7.


p 1 Pel. 3.


14, 15.


pI 83. 9.




ch. 10. 26.




II Or, IVhen


a Numh. 90.
12.


the whole
battle of tlu


warrior


r Pa. 76. 7.


was, H-c.


Luke 12. 5.


Ii ch. CO. 15,




16.




II Or, and


9 Ezek. 11.
16


it was, tX-c.
t Heb meat



Comfort shall be to them that fear God.

for 'a stone of stumbling and for a rock
of offence to both the houses of Israel, for
a gin and for a snare to the inhabitants of
Jerusalem.

15 And many among them shall "stum-
ble, and fall, and be broken, and be snared, ^
and be taken. "^

16 Bind up the testimony, seal the law
among my disciples.

17 And I will wait upon the Lord, that
''hideth his face from the house of Jacob,
and I ywill look for him.

18 ''Behold, I and the children whom the
Lord hath given me ''are for signs and for
wonders in Israel from the Lord of hosts,
which dwelleth in mount Zion.

19ir And when they shall say unto you,
•"Seek unto them that have familiar spirits.



=that



peep,



and



that mut-
their



and unto wizards

ter : should not a people seek unto

God ? for the living ^ to the dead ?

20 ^To the law and to the testimony :
if they speak not according to this word, it
is because ^there is t no light in them.

21 And they shall pass through it, hardly
bestead and hungry : and it shall come to
pass, that when they shall be hungry, they
shall fret themselves, and s curse their king
and their God, and look upward.

22 And ''they shall look unto the earth ;



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