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13 H Behold, '^my servant shall || deal pru-
dently, yhe shall be exalted and extolled, and
be very high.

14 As many were astonied at thee; (his
^visage was so marred more than any man,
and his form more than the sons of men :)

15 "So shall he sprinkle many nations;
•"the kings shall shut their mouths at him :
for that <= which had not been told them shall
they see ; and that which they had not heard
shall they consider.

CHAP. LIIL

1 The prophet, complaining of incredulity, excuseth the
scandal of the cross, 4 by the benefit of his passion, 10
and the good success thereof.

WHO "hath believed our ||t report?
and to whom is '' the arm of the Lord
revealed ?

2 For <=he shall grow up before him as a
tender plant, and as a root out of a dry
ground : ^ he hath no form nor comeliness ;
and when we shall see him, there is no
beauty that we should desire him.

3 "^He is despised and rejected of men; a
man of sorrows, and *" acquainted with grief:
and II twe hid as it were our faces from him ;
he was despised, and ewe esteemed him not.

4 H Surely •'he hath borne our griefs, and
carried our sorrows : yet we did esteem him
stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted.

5 But he was || 'wounded for our trans-
gressions, he was bruised for our iniquities;
the chastisement of our peace was upon him;
and with his ''f stripes we are healed.

6 'All we hke sheep have gone astray;
we have turned every one to his own way ;
and the Lord t hath laid on him the ini-
quity of us all.

7 He was oppressed, and he was afflicted,
yet "he opened not his mouth: "he is

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Ghrist^s humiliation and sufferings.

brought as a lamb to the slaughter, and as
a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so he
opened not his mouth.

8 II He was taken from prison and from
judgtnent : and who shall declare his genera-
tion ? for °he was cut off out of the land of
the living : for the transgression of my peo-
ple fwas he stricken.

9 pAnd he made his grave with the wick-
ed, and with the rich in his t death; because
he had done no violence, neither was any
"1 deceit in his mouth.

10 IT Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise
him ; he hath put him to grief: || when thou
shalt make his soul "^an offering for sin, he
shall see his seed, » he shall prolong his days,
and 'the pleasure of the Lord shall prosper
in his hand.

1 1 He shall see of the travail of his soul,
and shall be satisfied : " by his knowledge
shall ==my righteous y servant ^justify many ;
" for he shall bear their iniquities.

12 "^ Therefore will I divide him a portion
with the great, " and he shall divide the spoil
with the strong ; because he hath poured out
his soul unto death : and he was ^ numbered
with the transgressors ; and he bare the sin
of many, and «made intercession for the
transgressors.

CHAP. LIV.

1 The prophet, for the comfort of the Gentiles, prophe-
sieth the amplitude of their church, 4 their scfety,
6 their certain deliverance out of affliction, 11 their
fair edification, 15 and their sure preservation.

' CI ING, O barren, thou that didst not bear ;
(^ break forth into singing, and cry aloud,
thou that didst not travail with child : for
•"more are the children of the desolate than
the children of the married wife, saith the
Lord.

2 " Enlarge the place of thy tent, and let
ihem stretch forth the curtains of thine habi-
tations; spare not, lengthen thy cords, and
strengthen thy stakes ;

3 For thou shalt break forth on the right
hand and on the left; ^and thy seed shall
inherit the Gentiles, and make the desolate
cities to be inhabited.

4 Fear not ; for thou shalt not be
ashamed : neither be thou confounded ; for
thou shalt not be put to shame : for thou
shalt forget the shame of thy youth, and
shalt not remember the reproach of thy
widowhood any more.

5 «For thy Maker 25 thine husband ; The
^LoRD of hosts is his name ; and thy Re-
deemer the Holy One of Israel; s The God
of the whole earth shall he be called.

6 For the Lord ''hath called thee as a
woman forsaken and grieved in spirit, and



CHAP. LV.



Bcforo
CHRIST
about 713.



II Or,

He was ta-
ken away hy
distress and
hidgmcnt :
but, «W.
o Dan. U. 3G.



tHob.

W(U tks

stroke upon

him.

p Miilt. 27.

57, 58, CO.

t Heb.

deatlis.

nl Pot. 2.
1 John 3. 5.

wlienhis
soul shall
make an
otfring.
tit Cor. 5.
21.

1 Pet. 2. 24.
B Rom. 6. 9.
t Ephes. 1.
5, !i.

2 Thosa. 1.
11.

u .John 17. 3.
2 Pot 1. 3.
X 1 John 2.
1.

Lch. 42. 1.
49.3.
z Rom. 5.
18, 19.
a ver. 4, 5.
b Ps. 2. 8.
Phil. 2. 9.
c Col. 2. 15.

d Mark IS.

28.

Luke 22. 37.

e Luke 23.

34.

Som. 8. 34.

Hebr. 7.25.

&9. 24.

1 John 2. 1.



a Zeph. 3.

14.

Gal. 4. 27.



c ch. 49. 19,
20.



d ch. 5.5. 5.
& 61. 9.



r Luke 1.

32.

g Zech. 14.

Eom. 3. 29.
h ch. 62. 4.



Before
CHRIST
about 712.



i Vs. 30. 5.
ch. 26. 20. &
liO. 10.
2 Cor. 4. 17.



k ch. 55. 3.
Jei. 3L 3.



1 Gen. 8. 21,
&9. 11.
ch. 5.'). 11.
See Jer. 31.
35, 36.



m Pa. 46. 2.
ch. 51. 6.
Matt. 5. 18.
n Pa. 89. 33,
34.



o 1 Chron.
29. 2.
Rev. 21. 18,

&C.



n ch. 11. 9,
Jer. 31. 34.
.lohn 6. 45.
1 Cor. 2. 10.
1 Thcss. 4. 9.
1 John 2. 20.
Q Ps. 119.
16S.



r ch. 45. 24,
25.



a John 4.14.

& 7. :n.

Rev. 21. 6.
&. 22. 17.

b Matt. 13.
44, 46.
Rev. 3. 18.



tHeb.

weigh.



The churcKs edification and preservation.

a wife of youth, when thou wast refused,
saith thy God.

7 'For a small moment have I forsaken
thee ; but with great mercies will I gather
thee.

8 In a little wrath I hid my face from thee
for a moment ; ''but with everlasting kind-
ness will I have mercy on thee, saith the
Lord thy Redeemer.

9 For this is as the waters of ■ Noah unto
me : for as I have sworn that the waters of
Noah should no more go over the earth ; so
have I sworn that I would not be wroth with
thee, nor rebuke thee.

10 For ■" the mountains shall depart, and
the hills be removed ; "but my kindness shall
not depart from thee, neither shall the cove-
nant of my peace be removed, saith the
Lord that hath mercy on thee.

11 IT O thoii afflicted, tossed with tempest,
and not comforted! behold, I will lay thy
stones with °fair colours, and lay thy founda-
tions with sapphires.

12 And I will make thy windows of agates,
and thy gates of carbuncles, and all thy bor-
ders of pleasant stones.

13 And all thy children shall he p taught
of the Lord; and i great shall he the peace
of thy children,

14 In righteousness shalt thou be esta-
blished : thou shalt be far from oppression ;
for thou shalt not fear : and from terror ; for
it shall not come near thee.

15 Behold, they shall surely gather toge-
ther, hut not by me : whosoever shall gather
together against thee shall fall for thy sake.

16 Behold, I have created the smith that
bloweth the coals in the fire, and that bring-
eth forth an instrument for his work ; and
I have created the waster to destroy.

17 IF No weapon that is formed against thee
shall prosper ; and every tongue that shall
rise against thee in judgment thou shalt
condemn. This is the heritage of the ser-
vants of the Lord, 'and their righteousness
is of me, saith the Lord.

CHAP. LV.

1 The prophet, with the promises of Christ, calleth to
faith, 6 and to repentance. 8 The happy success of
them that believe.

HO, " every one that thirsteth, come ye
to the waters, and he that hath no
money ; '' come ye, buy, and eat ; yea, come,
buy wine and milk without money and with-
out price,

2 Wherefore do ye t spend money for that
which is not bread? and your labour for
that which satisfieth not? hearken diligently
unto me, and eat ye that which is good, and
let your soul delight itself in fatness.
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The happy state of believers.

3 Incline your ear, and <=come unto me:
hear, and your soul shall live ; <> and I will
make an everlasting covenant with you, even
the ^ sure mercies of David.

4 Behold, I have given him /or ^a witness
to the people, ea leader and commander to
the people.

5 ^ Behold, thou shalt call a nation that
thou knowest not, 'and nations that knew
not thee shall run unto thee, because of the
Lord thy God, and for the Holy One of
Israel; ''for he hath glorified thee.

6 IT' Seek ye the Lord while he may be
found, call ye upon him while he is near :

7 ■" Let the wicked forsake his way, and
fthe unrighteous man "his thoughts: and let
him return unto the Lord, ° and he will have
mercy upon him ; and to our God, for f he
will abundantly pardon.

8 II P For my thoughts are not your
thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,
saith the Lord.

9 "I For. as the heavens are higher than
the earth, so are my ways higher than your
ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.

10 For "^ as the rain cometh down, and the
snow from heaven, and returneth not thither,
but watereth the earth, and maketh it bring
forth and bud, that it may give seed to the
sower, and bread to the eater :

11 ^So shall my word be that goeth forth
out of my mouth : it shall not return unto
me void, but it shall accomphsh that which
I please, and it shall prosper in the thing
whereto I sent it.

12 ' For ye shall go out with joy, and be
led forth with peace : the mountains and the
hills shall " break forth before you into sing-
ing, and ''all the trees of the field shall clap
their hands.

13 y Instead of nhe thorn shall come up
the fir-tree, and instead of the brier shall
come up the myrtle-tree : and it shall be to
the Lord ^for a name, for an everlasting
sign that shall not be cut oflT.

CHAP. LVI.

1 The prophet ezhorteth to sanctification. 3 He pro-
miseth it shall be general without respect of persons.
9 He inveigheth against blind watchmen.

THUS saith the Lord, Keep ye || judg-
ment, and do justice : ''for my salvation
is near to come, and my righteousness to be
revealed.

2 Blessed is the man that dooth this, and
the son of man that layeth hold on it; "^ that
keepeth the sabbath from polluting it, and
keepeth his hand from doing any evil.

3 If Neither let "the son of the stranger,
that hath joined himself to the Lord, speak,



ISAIAH.



Before
CHRIST
about 712.



i; Matt. 11.
'28.

(lch.54.8.
&6J.8.
Jer..Ta. 40.
2 Sam. 7.
8, &c.
Ps. 89. 28.
Acts 13. 34.
r John 18.
37.

Kev. 1. 5.
g Jm. 30. !).
Ezek. 34.23.
Hos.3. 5.
Dan. 9. 2.').
h cli. 53. 15.
Kphes. 2. 11,
12.
i ch. 60. 5.



I( ch. 60. 9
Acts 3. l.X

1 Ps. 3-2. (i.
Matt. 5. 25.
& 25. 11.
.lolin 7. 34.
& 8. 21.

2 Cor. 0.1, 2.
Hcbr. 3. 13.
m ch. 1. 16.
t Hub.

Ihe man of
iniquity.
n Zech. 8.
17.

o Ps. 130. 7,
J or. 3. 12.
t Heb.
he mill inul-
tiply to par-
don.

p 2 Sam. 7.
19.



qPs. 103.11.



t ch. 35.


10.


&. 65. 13,


14.


u Ps. 90.


12.


& 98. 8.




ch. 14. 8


&


35. 1. 3.


&


42. 11.




X 1 Chron.


16. 33.




y ch. 41.


19.


z Mic. 7


4.



II Or,

equity.

a ch. 46. 13.

Matt. 3. 2.

& 4. 17.

Kom. 13. II,

13.



b ch. 58. 13.



c See
Dent 23. 1,
2, 3.

Acts 8. 27. &
10. 1,2, 34. &
17. 4. & 18. 7.
1 Pet. 1. 1.



Before
CHRIST
about 712.



a 1 Tim. 3.

15.

e John 1. 12.

1 John 3. 1.



f rh. 2. 2.
1 Pet. 1.1,2.



Helir. 13. 15.
1 Pet. 2. 5.

h Matt. 21.

13.

Mark 11. 17.

Luko 19. 46.

i Mai. 1. 11.

k Ps. 147. 2.

ch. 11. 12.

I John 10.

16.

Ephes. 1.10.

& 2. 14, 15,

16.

t Heb.

to Ids sa-

thcred,

ra Jer. 12. 9.



n Matt. 15.
14. & 23. 16.
o Phil. 3. 2.

II Or,

dreaming,
or, talking
in t/tcir
stcpp.
t Heb.
strong of
apvetitc.
p Mic. 3. 11.
f Heb.
know not to
be satisfied,
q Ezek. 34.
2,3



r Pa. 10. 0.
Prov. 23. 35.
ch. 22. 13.
Luke 12. 19,
1 Cor. 15. 32.



about 698.

t Heb.
men of kind-
ness, or,
godiiness,
a Ps. 12. 1.
Mic. 7. 2.
b 1 Kings
14. 13.
See

2 Kings 22.
20.
II Or,
front Vtat
whieji is
evit.
II O'r,

£0 in peace,
lUke 2. 29.
c 2 Chron.
16. 14.
[l Or,

before him,
dMatt. 10.
4.



The prophet exhorteth to sanctification.

saying, The Lord hath utterly separated me
from his people : neither let the eunuch say,
Behold, I am a dry tree.

4 For thus saith the Lord unto the eu-
nuchs that keep my sabbaths, and choose the
things that please me, and take hold of my
covenant;

5 Even unto them will I give in ^ mine
house and within my walls, a place ^ and a
name better than of sons and of daughters :
I will give them an everlasting name, that
shall not be cut off.

6 Also the sons of the stranger, that join
themselves to the Lord, to serve him, and
to love the name of the Lord, to be his
servants, every one that keepeth the sabbath
from polluting it, and taketh hold of my
covenant;

7 Even them will I ''bring to my holy
mountain, and make them joyful in my house
of prayer : s their burnt-offerings and their
sacrifices shall be accepted upon mine altar;
for ''mine house shall be called an house of
prayer 'for all people.

8 The Lord God ■'which gathereth the
outcasts of Israel saith, ^Yet will I gather
others to him, t besides those that are gather-
ed unto him.

9 IF -"AH ye beasts of the field, come to
devour; yea, all ye beasts in the forest.

10 His watchmen are "blind: they are all
ignorant, "they are all dumb dogs, they
cannot bark ; |1 sleeping, lying down, loving
to slumber.

11 Yea, they are fp greedy dogs which
fican never have enough, and they are
shepherds that cannot understand : they all
look to their own way, every one for his
gain, from his quarter.

12 Come ye, say they, I will fetch wine,
and we will fill ourselves with strong drink ;
'and to-morrow shall be as this day, and
much more abundant.

CHAP. LVIL

1 The blessed death of the righteous. 3 God reproveth
the Jews for their whorish idolatry. 13 He giveth
evangelical promises to the peniteyit.

THE righteous perisheth, and no man
layeth it to heart : and t ^merciful men
are taken away, •• none considering that the
righteous is taken away 1| from the evil to
come.

2 He shall || enter into peace : they shall
rest in nheir beds, each one walking \in his
uprightness.

3 IT But draw near hither, ^ ye sons of the
sorceress, the seed of the adulterer and the
whore.

4 Against whom do ye sport yourselves?
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God reproveth the Jews, ^c.

against whom make ye a wide mouth, and
draw out the tongue ? are ye not children of
transgression, a seed of falsehood ;

5 Inflaming yourselves |l with idols " under
every green tree, ''slaying the children in the
valleys under the clifts of the rocks ?

6 Among the smooth stones of the stream
is thy portion ; they, they are thy lot : even
to them hast thou poured a drink-offering,
thou hast offered a meat-offering. Should

I receive comfort in these?

7 ffUpon a lofty and high mountain hast
thou set •'thy bed: even thither wentest thou
up to offer sacrifice.

8 Behind the doors also and the posts hast
thou set up thy remembrance : for thou hast
discovered thyself to another than me, and
art gone up ; thou hast enlarged thy bed, and

II made thee a covenant with them ; ' thou
iovedst their bed || where thou sawest it.

9 And II "^thou wentest to the king with
ointment, and didst increase thy perfumes,
and didst send thy messengers far off, and
didst debase thyself even unto hell.

10 Thou art wearied in the greatness of
thy way ; ^yet saidst thou not. There is no
hope : thou hast found the||life ofthine hand ;
therefore thou wast not grieved.

11 And ™of whom hast thou been afraid
or feared, that thou hast lied, and hast not
remembered me, nor laid it to thy heart ?
"have not I held my peace even of old, and
thou fearest me not?

12 I will declare thy righteousness, and
thy works; for they shall not profit thee.

13 IT When thou criest, let thy companies
deliver thee ; but the wind shall carry them
all away; vanity shall take them: but he
that putteth his trust in me shall possess the
land, and shall inherit my holy mountain ;

14 And shall say, "Cast ye up, cast ye up,
prepare the way, take up the stumbling-
block out of the way of my people.

15 For thus saith the high and lofty One
that inhabiteth eternity, p whose name is
Holy; il dwell in the high and holy place,
^with him also that ts of a contrite and hum-
ble spirit, Ho revive the spirit of the humble,
and to revive the heart of the contrite ones.

16 'For I will not contend for ever, neither
will I be always wroth : for the spirit should
fail before me, and the souls "^ which I have
made.

17 For the iniquity of "" his covetousness
was I wroth, and smote him : ^I hid me, and
was wroth, ^and he went on ffrowardly in
the way of his heart.

18 I have seen his ways, and ''will heal
him : I will lead him also, and restore com-
forts unto him and to ''his mourners.

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CHAP. LVIII.



Before
CHRIST

about 698.



II Or,
among the
oaku,
oh. 1, 29.
'i Kinea 16.
4. & 17. 10.
Jcr. 2. 20.
f Lev. 18.
21. & 20. 2.
2KinB9l6.
,1. & 21. 10.
.lor. 7. 31.
Ezek. 16.20.
& 20. 26.



B Ezek. 16.
16, 25.
h Ezck. 23.
41.



II Or,

hcired it for
thyself
larger than
theirs.
i Ezek. 16.
28, 28. Sc. 23.
2,-20.
II Or. thou
providest
room.
II Or, thou
rcspectedst
the kivr.
k ch. 30. 6.
Ezek. 10.33.
& 23. 16.
Hos. 7. 11.
& 12. 1.
I Jer. 2. 25.
II, Or,



m ch. 51.12,
13.



o ch. 40. 3.
& 62. 10.



p Job 6. 10.
Luke 1. 49.
q Ps! 68. 4.
Zecli. 2. 13.
r P«. 34. 18.
& 51. 17. &
138. 6.
cb. 66. 2.
I Ps. 147. 3.
cli. 01. 1.

t Ps. a5. 5.
& 103. 9.
Mic. 7. 18.

u Numb. 16.

22.

,lob 34. 14.

Hebr. 12. 9.

X Jer. 6. 13.

y ch. 8. 17.
& 45. 15.
7. ch. 9. 13.
t Hob.
tuminff
away.

a Jer. 3. 22.



h ch. 61. 2.



Before
CHRIST

about G98.



c Hcbr. 13.
15.

d Acta 2. 39.
Ephes. 2. 17.

e Job 15.20,

&c.

Prov. 4. 16.



f ch. 48. 23.



t Hob. with
the throat.



. 3.



a Mai.

14.

b Lev. 16.

29, 31, &

23. 27.



II Or, things

wherewith

ye grieve

ot/iers.

t Hob.

griefs.

c 1 Kinffg

21. 9, 12, 13.

II Or,

ye fast not

as this day.

d Zech. 7. 5.

o Lev. 16.

29.

I! Or,.

to aMict his

soul, for a

day.

f Estb. 4. 3.

Job 2. 8. ,

Dan. 9. 3.

Jonah 3. 6.



E Neb. 5. 10,
II, 12.
t heb.
the bundles
of the yoke.
h Jor. 34. 9.
t Heb.
broken.

i Ezek. 18.
7, 16.

Matt. 25.35.
II Qr.
aJtUrled.
k Job 31. 19.



I Gen. 29.

)4.

Nob. 5. 5.

m Job 11.

17.



n Exod. 14.

ch. 52. 12.
t Hob.
shaU gather
thee up



o Ts. 12. 2.



The prophet reproveth hypocrisy.

19 I create nhe fruit of the lips; Peace,
peace "^to him that is far off, and to him that
is near, saith the Lord; and I will heal
him.

20 "^ But the wicked are like the troubled
sea, when it cannot rest, whose waters cast
up mire and dirt.

21 '■ There is no peace, saith my God, to
the wicked.

CHAP. Lvm.

1 The prophet, being sent to reprove hypocrisy, 3 ex-
presseth a counterfeit fast and a true. 8 He declareth
what promises are due unto godliness, 13 and to the
keeping of the sabbath.

CRY t aloud, spare not, lift up thy voice
like a trumpet, and shew my people
their transgression, and the house of Jacob
their sins.

2 Yet they seek me daily, and delight to
know my ways, as a nation that did right-
eousness, and forsook not the ordinance of
their God : they ask of me the ordinances
of justice: they take delight in approaching
to God.

3 IF* Wherefore have we fasted, say they,
and thou seest not? wherefore have we ''af-
flicted our soul, and thou takest no know-
ledge ? Behold, in the day of your fast ye
find pleasure, and exact all your || f labours.

4 "Behold, ye fast for strife and debate,
and to smite with the fist of wickedness : || ye
shall not fast as ye do this day, to make your
voice to be heard on high.

5 Is it ^such a fast that I have chosen?
^ II a day for a man to afflict his soul ? is it to
bow down his head as a bulrush, and ''to
spread sackcloth and ashes under him? wilt
thou call this a fast, and an acceptable day
to the Lord?

6 Is not this the fast that I have chosen ?
to loose the bands of wickedness, sto undo
t the heavy burdens, and ^ to let the f op-
pressed go free, and that ye break every
yoke?

7 Is it not 'to deal thy bread to the hun-
gry, and that thou bring the poor that ai-e

cast out to thy house ? ■'when thou seest the
naked, that thou cover him ; and that thou
hide not thyself from 'thine own flesh?

8 H ■" Then shall thy light break forth as
the morning, and thine health shall spring
forth speedily : and thy righteousness shall
go before thee ; " the glory of the Loud
t shall be thy rere-ward.

9 Then shalt thou call, and the Lord
shall answer ; thou shalt cry, and he shall
say. Here I am. If thou take away from the
midst of thee the yoke, the putting forth of
the finger, and "speaking vanity;

10 And if thou draw out thy soul to the

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The damnable nature of sin.

hungry, and satisfy the afflicted soul ; then
shall thy hght rise in obscurity, and thy
darkness be as the noon-day :

11 And the Lord shall guide thee con-
tinually, and satisfy thy soul in t drought,
and make fat thy bones : and thou shalt be
like a watered garden, and like a spring of
water, whose waters f fail not.

12 And they that shall be of thee p shall
build the old waste places : thou shalt raise
up ■ the foundations of many generations ;
and thou shalt be called, The repairer of
the breach. The restorer of paths to dwell
in.

13 IT If ithou turn away thy foot from
the sabbath, from doing thy pleasure on
my holy day ; and call the sabbath a delight,
the holy of the Lord, honourable ; and shalt
honour him, not doing thine own ways, nor
finding thine own pleasure, nor speaking
thine own words :

14 ' Then shalt thou delight thyself in the
Lord ; and I will cause thee to ^ ride upon
the high places of the earth, and feed
thee with the heritage of Jacob thy fa-
ther : ' for the mouth of the Lord hath
spoken it.

CHAP. LIX.

I The damnable nature of sin. 3 The sins of the Jews.
9 Calamity is for sin. 16 Salvation is only of God.
20 The covenant of the Redeemer.

BEHOLD, the Lord's hand is not
''shortened, that it cannot save; neither
his ear heavy, that it cannot hear :

2 But your iniquities have separated be-
tween you and your God, and your sins

II have hid his face from you, that he will
not hear.

3 For •'your hands are defiled with blood,
and your fingers with iniquity ; your lips have
spoken lies, your tongue hath muttered per-
verseness.

4 None calleth for justice, nor any plead-
eth for truth : they trust in vanity, and speak
lies; "they conceive mischief, and bring forth
iniquity.

5 They hatch II cockatrice's eggs, and weave
the spider's web: he that eateth of their
eggs dieth, and || that which is crushed
breaketh out into a viper.

6 "^ Their webs shall not become garments,
neither shall they cover themselves with their
works : their works are works of iniquity, and
the act of violence is in their hands.

7 « Their feet run to evil, and they make
haste to shed innocent blood : their thoughts
are thoughts of iniquity; wasting and f de-
struction are in their paths.

8 The way of peace they know not: and
there is no || judgment in their goings : '"they



ISAIAH.



Before
CHRIST

about 693



t Heb.
droughts.



t Heb. lie,
or, deceive,
p ch. 61. 4.



q ch. 56. 2.



r Job 22. 26.



s Deut. 32.
13. & 33. 29.



t ch. 1. 20.
& 40. 5.
Micah 4. 4.



Before
CHRIST
about 698.



a Numb. 11.

23.

ch. 50. 2.



II Or,

have made
him hide.



c Job 15. 35.
Pa. 7. 14.



II Or,
adders^.



Ihatwhichis
sprinkled is
as it't^re
hrakc out
a viper.
d Job 8. 14,
15.



cProv. 1.16.
Rom. 3. 15.



t Heb.
breaking.



S Jer. 8. 15.



h Deut. 28.

29.

Job 5. 14.

AmoB 8. 9.



i oh. 38. 14.
Ezck. 7. 16.



k Matt 12.
34.



11 Or, right.
fVa.V25.5.
Prov. 2. 15.



II Or, is ac-
counted
7nad.
t Heb.
it was evu
in his eyes.

I Ezck. 22.

30.

m Mark 6.

6.

n Ps. 98. 1.

ch. C3. 5.



o Ephes. 6.
14. 17.
ITliesa. 5.8.



p ch. 63. 6.
t Heb. re-
compences.



<l Ps. 113. 3.
Mai. 1. 11.



r RcT. 12.
15.

11 Or,

put him to

flicht.

s Rom. 11.

26.



t Ilcbr. 8.
10. fc 10. 16.



Salvation is only of God.

have made them crooked paths : whosoever
goeth therein shall not know peace.

9 II Therefore is judgment far from us,
neither doth justice overtake us : e we wait
for light, but behold obscurity; for bright-
ness, hut we walk in darkness.

10 >> We grope for the wall like the blind,



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