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k Ps. 92. 12.


p Joel 2. 14.


I vcr. 9, 15.




1 Heb.




shall make




them conti-




nue /onff. or.




shall wear




out.




m Deut 28.




41.




Hos. 9. 12.




n ch. 61. 9.


q vcr. 15, 22.




Malt. 24. 22.




Rom. 11. 5,




7,


o Pa. 32. 5.




Dan. 9. 21.


r ch. 33. 9.




&35. 2.




» Josh. 7.




24, 26.




Ilos. 2. 15.






^ch.11.6.




q Gen. 3. 14.


t ch. 56. 7.




& 57. 13.




ver. 25.




u Ezek. 23.




41.




1 Cor. 10. 21.




11 Or, Gad.
\\ Or, Meni.






X 2. Cliron.




36. 15, 16.




Prov. 1. 24,




&c.




ch. 66. 4.




Jcr. 7. 13.




Zoch. 7. 7.




Matt. 21.34,




—13.






a 1 Kings 8.

27.

2 Ohron. 6.






18.




Matt. 5. 34,




35.




Acts 7. 48,
49. & 17.^4.




y Matt. 8.


b ch. 57. 15.


12.


&01. 1.


Luke 13. 28.


c Pa. 34, 18.


J Hob.
breaking.


&51. 17.


d Ezra 9. 4.


z See Jor.


&10. 3.


29. 22.


Prov. 28. 14.


Zoch 8. 13.


ver 5



''but the sinner being an hundred



Blessed state of the new Jerusalem.

curse unto *my chosen: for the Lord God
shall slay thee, and ''call his servants by
another name :

16 <=That he who blesseth himself in the
earth, shall bless hunself in the God of truth;
and ''he that sweareth in the earth shall swear
by the God of truth; because the former
troubles are forgotten, and because they are
hid from mine eyes.

17 IT For behold, I create •'new heavens
and a new earth : and the former shall not be
remembered, nor t come into mind.

18 But be ye glad and rejoice for ever in
that which I create : for behold, I create
Jei'usalem a rejoicing, and her people a joy.

19 And '■J wifl rejoice in Jerusalem, and
joy in my people : and the s voice of weeping
shall be no more heard in her, nor the voice
of crying.

20 There shall be no more thence an infant
of days, nor an old man that hath not filled
his days : for the child shall die an hundred
years old
years old shall be accursed.

21 And 'they shall build houses and in-
habit them; and they shall plant vineyards,
and eat the fruit of them.

22 They shall not build, and another in-
habit ; they shall not plant, and another eat :
for ''as the days of a tree are the days of my
people, and 'mine elect t shall long enjoy the
work of their hands.

23 They shall not labour in vain, "" nor
bring forth for trouble ; for " they are the
seed of the blessed of the Lord, and their
offspring with them.

24 And it shall come to pass, that "before
they call, I will answer ; and while they are
yet speaking, I will hear.

25 The P wolf and the lamb shall feed
together, and the lion shall eat straw hke the
bullock: 'i and dust shall be the serpent's meat.
They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my
holy mountain, saith the Lord.

CHAP. LXVL

1 The glorious God ivill le served in humble sincerity.
5 He comforteth the humble with the marvellous gene-
ration, 10 and with the gracious benefits of the
church. 15 God's severe judgments against the loiched.
1 9 The Gentiles shall have an holy church, 24 and see
the damnation of the wicked.

THUS saith the Lord, =^The heaven is
my throne, and the earth is my footstool :
where is the house that ye build unto mc ?
and where is the place of my rest ?

2 For all those things hath mine hand
made, and all those things have been, saith
the Lord: ''but to this man will I look,
"even to him that is poor and of a contrite
spirit, and ''trembleth at my word.
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God will he served in humble sincerity.

3 *IIe that killeth an ox is as if he slew
a man ; he that sacrificeth a || lamb, as if he
•"cut off a dog's neck ; he that offereth an
oblation, as if he offered swine's blood ; he
that t burneth incense, as if he blessed an
idol. Yea, they have chosen their own
ways, and their soul delighteth in their
abominations.

4 I also will choose their || delusions, and
will bring their fears upon them ; e because
when I called, none did answer; when I
spake, they did not hear : but they did evil
before mine eyes, and chose that in which I
delighted not.

5 IT Hear the word of the Lord, ''ye that
tremble at his word; Your brethren that
hated you, that cast you out for my name's
sake, said, 'Let the Lord be glorified : but
•"he shall appear to your joy, and they shall
be ashamed.

6 A voice of noise from the city, a voice
from the temple, a voice of the Lord that
rendeteth recompense to his enemies.

7 Before she travailed, she brought forth;
before her pain came, she was delivered of a
man-child.

8 Who hath heard such a thing? who hath
seen such things ? shall the earth be made to
bring forth in one day ? or shall a nation be
born at once ? for as soon as Zion travailed,
she brought forth her children,

9 Shall I bring to the birth, and not
II cause to bring forth ? saith the Lord : shall

I cause to bring forth, and shut the womb?
saith thy God.

10 Rejoice ye with Jerusalem, and be
glad with her, all ye that love her : rejoice
for joy with her, all ye that mourn for her :

11 That ye may suck, and be satisfied
with the breasts of her consolations ; that ye
may milk out, and be delighted with the

II abundance of her glory.

12 For thus saith the Lord, Behold, 'I
will extend peace to her like a river, and the
glory of the Gentiles like a flowing stream :
then shall ye ""suck, ye shall be "borne upon
her sides, and be dandled upon her knees.

13 As one whom his mother comforteth,
8o will I comfort you ; and ye shall be com-
forted in Jerusalem.

14 And when ye see this, your heart shall



CHAP. LXVI.



Berora
CHRl ST
nbout 698.



. 11.



e ch. 1,

U Or,

kU.

f Uout. 23.

18.

T Ileb.

makelk a

manorial of.

Lev. 2. 2.



II Or.
devices.

§Prov. 1.
4.
ch. 65. 12.
Jer. 7. 13.



i ch. S. 19.

kZThesa.l.

10.

Tit. 3. la



II Or,

beget.



II Or,

brishtnces.
I ch. 48. 18.
&. 60. 9.



m ch. 60. 16.
n ch. 49. 22.
& GO. 4.



Boforo
CHRIST

about 698.



o See

Ezek. 37. 1,
&c.



p rh. 9. 5.
^Thess.1.8.



q ch. 27. 1.



r ch. 65. 3,
4.

ove after
another.



1 Mai. 1. II.



u Rom. 15.
16.



II Or,
coaches.



ch. 61.6.

1 Pet. 2. 9.
Eev. 1. 6.

y ch. 65. 17

2 Pot 3. 13.
Rev. 21. 1.



z Zech. 14.
16.

THeb.
from nevj-^
moon to his
new-moon,
and from
sabbath to
hi-1 sabbath.
a Ps. 65. 2.



c Mark 9.
44, 46, 48.



The Gentiles shall have an holy church.

rejoice, and "your bones shall flourish hke an
herb : and the hand of the Lord shall be
known toward his servants, and his indigna-
tion toward his enemies.

15 "For behold, the Lord will come
with fire, and with his chariots like a whirl-
wind, to render his anger with fury, and his
rebuke with flames of fire.

16 For by fire and by ihis sword will the
Lord plead with all flesh : and the slain of
the Lord shall be many.

17 'They that sanctify themselves, and
purify themselves in the gardens || behind one
tree in the midst, eating swine's flesh, and the
abomination, and the mouse, shall be con-
sumed together, saith the Lord.

18 For I know their works and their
thoughts ; it shall come, that I will gather
all nations and tongues ; and they shall come,
and see my glory.

19 "And I will set a sign among them,
and I will send those that escape of them
unto the nations, to Tarshish, Pul, and
Lud, that draw the bow, to Tubal, and
Javan, to the isles afar off", that have not
heard my fame, neither have seen my glor)"^ ;
*and they shall declare my glory among the
Gentiles.

20 And they shall bring all your brethren
^for an oflfering unto the Lord, out of all
nations, upon horses, and in chariots, iand in
II litters, and upon mules, and upon swift
beasts, to my holy mountain Jerusalem, saith
the Lord, as the children of Israel bring an
offering in a clean vessel into the house of
the Lord.

21 And I will also take of them for ''priests
and for Levites, saith the Lord.

22 For as ythe new heavens and the new
earth, which I will make, shall remain before
me, saith the Lord, so shall your seed and
your name remain.

23 And ^ it shall come to pass, thaf\ixoTCi
one new-moon to another, and from one sab-
bath to another, ""shall all flesh come to
worship before me, saith the Lord.

24 And they shall go forth, and look upon
•"the carcasses of the men that have trans-
gressed against me : for their •= worm shall not
die, neither shall their fire be quenched ; and
they shall be an abhorring unto all flesh.

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THE



BOOK OF THE PEOPHET JEEEMIAH.



CHAP. I.

1 The time, 3 and the calling of Jeremiah. 11 His
prophetical visions of an almond-rod and a seething-
pot. 15 His heavy message against Judah. 17 God
encourageth him with his promise of assistance.

THE words of Jeremiah the son of Hil-
kiah, of the priests that were "in Ana-
thoth in the land of Benjamin :

2 To whom the word of the Lord came
in the days of Josiah the son of Amon king
of Judah, ""in the thirteenth year of his reign.

3 It came also in the days of Jehoiakim the
son of Josiah king of Judah, "^unto the end of
the eleventh year of Zedekiah the son of Jo-
siah king of Judah, "^unto the carrying away
of Jerusalem captive ^in the fifth month.

4 Then the word of the Lord came
unto me, saying,

5 Before I ^ formed thee in the belly, ? I
knew thee ; and before thou camest forth out
of the womb I ^ sanctified thee, and I f or-
dained thee a prophet unto the nations.

6 Then said 1, ' Ah, Lord God ! behold, I
cannot speak : for I am a child.

7 IF But the Lord said unto me, Say not,
I am a child : for thou shalt go to all that I
shall send thee, and ''whatsoever I command
thee thou shalt speak.

8 'Be not afraid of their faces: for ""I am
with thee to deliver thee, saith the Lord.

9 Then the Lord put forth his hand, and
"touched my mouth. And the Lord said
unto me. Behold, I have °put my words in
thy mouth.

10 P See, I have this day set thee over the
nations and over the kingdoms, to "iroot out,
and to pull down, and to destroy, and to
throw down, to build, and to plant.

11 IF Moreover the word of the Lord came
unto me, saying, Jeremiah, whatseestthou?
And I said, I see a rod of an almond-tree.

12 Then said the Lord unto me. Thou
hast well seen : for I will hasten my word to
perform it.

13 And the word of the Lord came unto
me the second time, saying, What seest thou ?
And I said, I see 'a seething-pot ; and the
face thereof is t toward the north.

14 Then the Lord said unto me. Out of
the 'north an evil f shall break forth upon
all the inhabitants of the land.

15 For lo, I will 'call all the families of
the kingdoms of the north, saith the Lord ;
and they shall come, and they shall "set every



Before
CHRIST
about 639.



a Josh. 21.

J8.

1 Chron. 6.

60.

ch. 32. 7, 8,

9.



b ch. 25. 3.



a ch. 52. 12,
15.

e 2 Kings
25. 8.



B Exod. 33.
12, 17..

h Lulce 1.

15, 41.

Gal. 1. 15,

10.

t Hob.

save.

1 Exod. 4. 10.

& 6. 12, 30.

Isai. 6. 5.



k Numb. 22.
20. 38.
Matt. 28. 20.



1 Ezek. 2. 6.
&3.9.

ver. 17.

m E.\od. 3.

12.

Deut 31. 6,

8.

Josh. 1. 5.

ch. 15. 20.

Acts 20. 17.

Hebr.13.6.

n Isai. 6. 7.

o Isai. 51.

16.

ch. 5. 14.

p 1 Kings

19. 17.

q ch. 18. 7.

2 Cor. 10. 4,
5.



r Ezek. 11.
3, 7. & 24. 3.
t tieb.
from tfie
face of the
north.

8 ch. 4. 6. &
6. ].
t Heb.
shall be
opened.
t ch. .I. 1.5.
& 6. 22. &
10. 22. & 25.
9.

u ch. 39. 3.
& 43. lU.



Before
CHRIST
about 629.



X Deut. 28.

20.

ch. 17. 13.



r 1 Kings
18. 46.
2 Kings 4.
29. & 9. 1.
Job 38. 3.
Luke 12. 3.5.

I Pet 1. 13.
z Exod. 3.
12.

ver. 8.
Ezek. 2. 6.

II Or
break lo
pieces.

a Isai. 50. 7.
ch. 6. 27. &
15. 20.



11 Or,

for thv sake.
a Ezek. 16.
8, 22, 60. &
23. 3, 8, 19.
Hos. 2. 13.
b Deut. 2. 7.



c Exod. 19.

5, 6.

d Jam. 1. 18.

Rev. 14.4.

e ch. 12. 14.

Sec ch. 50.

7.



f Isai. 5. 4,
Mic. 6. 3.



g 2 Kings
17. 1.5.
Jonah 2. 8.



h Isai. 63. 9,
H, 13.
Hos. 13. 4.
i Deut. 8. 13.
& 32. 10.



one his throne at the entering of the gates of
Jerusalem, and against all the walls thereof
round about, and against all the cities of
Judah.

16 And I will utter my judgments against
them touching all their wickedness, ^who
have forsaken me, and have burned incense
unto other gods, and worshipped the works
of their own hands.

17 H Thou therefore ygird up thy loins,
and arise, and speak unto them all that I
command thee : ^be not dismayed at their
faces, lest I || confound thee before them.

18 For behold, I have made thee this
day "a defenced city, and an iron pillar, and
brazen walls against the whole land, against
the kings of Judah, against the princes there-
of, against the priests thereof, and against the
people of the land.

19 And they shall fight against thee ; but
they shall not prevail against thee; ''for I am
with thee, saith the Lord, to deliver thee.



CHAP. n.



I God, having shewed his former kindness, expostulateth
luith the Jews their causeless revolt, 9 beyond any
example. 14 They are the causes of their own cala-
mities. 20 The sins of Judah. 31 Her confidence
is rejected.

MOREOVER the word of the Lord
came to me, saying,

2 Go, and cry in the ears of Jerusalem,
saying. Thus saith the Lord; I remember

II thee, the kindness of thy "youth, the love
of thine espousals, ''when thou wentest after
me in the wilderness, in a land that was not
sown.

3 •= Israel was holiness unto the Lord, and
^ the first-fruits of his increase : " all that de-
vour him shall offend ; evil shall come upon
them, saith the Lord.

4 Hear ye the word of the Lord, O house
of Jacob, and all the families of the house
of Israel :

5 IT Thus saith the Lord, ^What iniquity
have your fathers found in me, that they are
gone far from me, ? and have walked after
vanity, and are become vain?

6 Neither said they, Where is the Lord
that •'brought us up out of the land of Egypt,
that led us through 'the Avilderness, through
a land of deserts and of pits, through a land
of drought, and of the shadow of death,
through a land that no man passed through,
and where no man dwelt?

632



God expostulateth with the Jeivs.

7 And I brought you into pa plentiful
country, to eat the fruit thereof and the good-
ness thereof; but when ye entered, ye 'defiled
roy land, and made mine heritage an abomi-
nation.

8 The priests said not. Where is the
Lord? and they that handle the ""law knew
me not : the pastors also transgressed against
me, "and the prophets prophesied by Baal,
and walked after things that ° do not profit.

9 IF Wherefore pI will yet plead with you,
saith the Lord, and iwith your children's
children will I plead.

10 For pass || over the isles of Chittim,
and see ; and send unto Kedar, and consider
diligently, and see if there be such a thing.

11 'Hath a nation changed their gods,
which are 'yet no gods ? *but my people have
changed their glory for "that which doth not
profit.

12 ^Be astonished, O ye heavens, at this,
and be horribly afraid, be ye very desolate,
saith the Lord.

13 For my people have committed two
evils ; they have forsaken me the y fountain
of living waters, and hewed them out cisterns,
broken cisterns, that can hold no water.

14 % Is Israel ''a servant? is he a home-
born slave ? why is he f spoiled ?

15 *The young lions roared upon him, and
1 yelled, and they made his land waste : his
cities are burned without inhabitant.

16 Also the children of Noph and ""Ta-
hapanes || have broken the crown of thy head.

17 = Hast thou not procured this unto thy-
self, in that thou hast forsaken the Lord thy
God, when ^he led thee by the way ?

18 And now what hast thou to do "in
the way of Egypt, to drink the waters of
*■ Sihor ? or what hast thou to do in the way
of Assyria, to drink the waters of the river?

19 Thine own ^ wickedness shall correct
thee, and thy backslidings shall reprove thee :
know therefore and see that it is an evil thing
and bitter, that thou hast forsaken the LorI)
thy God, and that my fear is not in thee,
saith the Lord God of hosts.

20 If For of old time I have broken thy
yoke, and burst thy bands ; and •'thou saidst,
I will not II transgress ; when ' upon every
high hill and under every green tree thou
wanderest, ^ playing the harlot.

21 Yet I had • planted thee a noble vine,
wholly a right seed: how then art thou
turned into ™the degenerate plant of a
strange vine unto me ?

22 For though thou "wash thee with
nitre, and take thee much soap, yet ° thine
iniquity is marked before me, saith the
Lord God.

80



CHAP. n.



Before
CHRIST



II Or,

the land of

CarmcL

k Numb. 13.

27. & 14. 7,

8.

Deut. 8. 7,

8,9.

I Lev. 18.
25, 27, 28.
Numb. 35.
33, 34.
Ps. 78. 58,
59. tc 106.
38.

ch. 3. 1. &
16. 18.
m Mai. 2. 6,
7.

Rom. 2. 20.
n ch. 23. 13.
o ver. 11.
Hab.2. 8.
p Ezok. 20.
35, 36.
Micah 6. 2.
^ Exod. 20.

Lev. 20. 5.

II Or,
over to.



I Mic. 4. 5.

s Ph. 115. 4.
Isai. 37. 19.
ch. 16. 20.
t Pa. 106.20.
Rom. 1. 23.
u ver. 8.

X Isai. 1. 2.
ch. 6. 19.



y Ps. 36. 9.
ch. 17. 13.
& 18. 14.
John 4. 14.



z See

Exod. 4. 22.
t Heb.
become a
spoil 7
a Isai. 1. 7.
ch. 4. 7.
t Heb.
gave out
their voice.

b ch. 43. 7,
8, 9.



II Or,
fee



eed on thy
crown.
Deut 33. 20.
Isai. 8. 8.
c ch. 4. 18.

d Deut. 32.

10.

e Isai. 30.

1, 2.



6 Isai. 3. 9.
OS. 5. 5.



h Exod. 19.

8.

Josh. 24. 18.

Judg. 10. 16.

1 Sam. 12.

10.

1! Or, serve.

1 Deut. 12.

2.

Isai. 57. 5, 7.

ch. 3. 6.

k Exod. 34.

15, 16.

1 Exod. 15.

17.

Ps. 44. 2. &.

80.8.

Isai. 5. 1,

&c.

& 60. 21.

Matt. 21. 33

Mark 12. 1.

Luke 20. 9.

m Deut. 32.

32.

Isai. 1. 21.

&5. 4.

n J.ob 9. 30.

o Deut 32.

34.

Job 14. 17.

Hos. 13. 12.



Before
CHRIST



n Prov. 30.

12.

q ch. 7. 31.

flOr,

swift

dromedarv,

r Job 39. 5,
&c.
ch. 14. 6.

NOr,

O wild asSt

<vc.

t Heb.

tavght.

t Heb..

me desire of

her heart.

II Or,

reverse lU

B Ch. la 13.

II Or,

Is the case

desperate ?

t Deut 33.

16.

Ch. 3. 13.



P Or,

begotten me,
t Heb.
the kinder
part of the
neck.

n Judg. 10.

10.

Ps. 78. 34.

Isai. 26. 16.

X Deut 32.
37.

Juds. 10. 14.
7 Isai. 45.

t Heb. evil,

z ch. 11. 13.



a ver. 23,
35.



h Isai. 1. 5.
&. 9. 13.
ch. 5. 3.

c 2 Chron.
36. 16.
Neh. 9. 26.
Matt 23.
29, &.C.
Acts 7. 52.
1 Thess. 2.
15.
d ver. 5.



t Heb.
We have
dominion,
e Ps. 12. 4.
f Deut 32.
15.

g Ps. 106.

ch! 13. 2i.
Hob. 8. 14.



h Ps. 106.

38.

ch. 19. 4.

t Hob.
digging.



k ver. 9.

I Pr(iv.2S.

13.

1 John 1. 8,

10.

m ver. 18.

ch. 31. 22.

Hos. 5. 13.

& 12. 1.

n Isai. 30. 3.

ch.37.7.

o 2 Chron.

28. 16, 20,

21



The sins of Judah, Sfc.

23 P How canst thou say, I am not pol-
luted, I have not gone after Baalim ? See thy
way lin the valley, know what thou hast
done : || thou art a swift dromedary travers-
ing her ways ;

24 ' II A wild ass f used to the wilderness,
that snuffeth up the wind at t her pleasure ;
in her occasion who can || turn her away ?
all they that seek her will not weary them-
selves ; in her month they shall find her.

25 Withhold thy foot from being unshod,
and thy throat from thirst : but Hhou saidst,
II There is no hope : no ; for I have loved
'strangers, and after them will I go.

26 As the thief is ashamed when he is
found, so is the house of Israel ashamed;
they, their kings, their princes, and their
priests, and their prophets,

27 Saying to a stock. Thou art my fa-
ther ; and to a stone, Thou hast (| brought
me forth : for they have turned f their back
unto me, and not their face : but in the
time of their " trouble they will say. Arise,
and save us.

28 But ^ where are thy gods that thou
hast made thee ? let them arise, if they y can
save thee in the time of thy f trouble: for
^ according to the number of thy cities are
thy gods, O Judah.

29 "^ Wherefore will ye plead with me?
ye all have transgressed against me, saith
the Lord.

30 In vain have I '' smitten your children ;
they received no correction : your own
sword hath " devoured your prophets, like
a destroying lion.

31 IT O generation, see ye the word of the
Lord. "^Have I been a wilderness unto
Israel? aland of darkness? wherefore say
my people, f We are lords ; ""we will come
no more unto thee ?

32 Can a maid forget her ornaments, or
a bride her attire? yet my people shave for-
gotten me days without number.

33 Why trimmest thou thy way to seek
love ? therefore hast thou also taught the
wicked ones thy ways.

34 Also in thy skirts is found ""the blood
of the souls of the poor innocents : I have
not found it by t secret search, but upon all
these.

35 ' Yet thou sayest, Because I am in-
nocent, surely his anger shall turn from me.
Behold, •'I will plead with thee, 'because
thou sayest, I have not sinned.

36 ""Why gaddest thou about so much
to change thy way? "thou also shalt be
ashamed of Egypt, " as thou wast ashamed
of Assyria. , _ , .

37 Yea, thou shalt go forth from him,

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Israel less criminal than Judah.

and "thine hands upon thine head: for the
Lord hath rejected thy confidences, and
thou shalt not prosper in them.

CHAP. III.

1 God^s great mercy in Judah's vile whoredom. 6 Judah
is worse than Israel. 12 The promises of the gospel
to the penitent. 20 Israel reproved, and called by God,
maketh a solemn confession of their sins.

THEY t say, If a man put away his
wife, and she go from him, and be-
come another man's, "shall he return unto
her again? shall not that '•land be greatly
polluted? but thou hast ''played the harlot
with many lovers ; ^ yet return again to me,
saith the Lord.

2 Lift up thine eyes unto "the high places,
and see where thou hast not been lien with.
•"In the ways hast thou sat for them, as
the Arabian in the wilderness ; s and thou
hast polluted the land with thy whoredoms,
and with thy wickedness.

3 Therefore the '' showers have been with-
holden, and there hath been no latter rain ;
and thou hadst a 'whore's forehead, thou
refusedst to be ashamed.

4 Wilt thou not from this time cry unto
me. My father, thou art ^ the guide of ' my
youth ?

5 ™ Will he reserve his anger for ever ?
will he keep it to the - - -

hast spoken and done
couldest.

6 H The Lord said also imto me in the
days of Josiah the king, llast thou seen tJiat
which ° backsliding Israel hath done ? she is
"gone up upon every high mountain, and
under every green tree, and there hath
played the harlot.

7 P And I said after she had done all these
things, Turn thou unto me. But she re-
turned not. And her treacherous i sister
Judah saw it.

8 And I saw, when ""for all the



JEREMIAH.



end ? Behold, thou
evil things as thou



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CHRIST

620.



causes



^i



2 Sam. 13.



whereby backsliding Israel committed adul-
tery, I had =put her away, and given her a
bill of divorce; 'yet her treacherous sister
J'udah feared not, but went and played the
harlot also.

9 And it came to pass through the || light-
ness of her whoredom, that she " defiled the
land, and committed adultery w-ith '' stones
and with stocks.

10 And yet for all this, her treacherous
sister Judah hath not turned unto me y with
her whole heart, but tfeignedly, saith the
Lord.

11 And the Lord said unto me, ^The
backshding Israel hath justified herself more
than treacherous Judah.



t Heb.
Saying.



a Deut. 24.
4.

b cli. 2. 7.

c ch. 2. 20.
Erak. Ifi.
26, 28, 29.
A ch. 4. ].
Zech. 1. 3.



Deut. 12. 2.

cli. 2. 20.



f Gen. 38.
14.

Prov. 23. 28.
Ezek. 16.
24, 25.
g ch. 2. 7.
ver. 9.



h Lev. 26.

ID.

Deut. 28. 23,

24.

ch. 9 12. &

14.4.

i ch. 5. 3. &

fi. J5. t 8.

12.

llzek. X 7.

ZoDh. 3. 5.

k Prov. 2.

17.

1 ch. 2. 2.

Hos. 2. 15.

m Ps. 77. 7,

&c. & 103.

9.

Isai. 57. 16.

ver. 12.



about 612.



n ver. 11,

14.

ch. 7. 24.

o ch. 2. 20.



p 2 Kings
17. 13.



q Ezek 16.
46. «c 23. 2.
4.

r Ezek. 23.



8 2 Kings
17. 6, 18.
t Ezek. 23.
11, &c.



11 Or, fame.

u ch. 2. 7.
ver. 2.
X ch. 2. 27.



y 2 Chron.
34. 33.
Hos. 7. 14.
t Heb. in
falsehood.



7. Ezek. 18.
51. & 23. 11.



Before
CHRIST

629.



a 2 Kings
17.6.



b Ps. 86. 15.
& 103. 8, 9.
ver. 5.

c Lev. 26.
40, &;c.
DeuL 30. 1,
2, &c.
Prov. 28. 13.
d ver. 2.
Ezek. 16.15,
24. 25.
e ch. 2. 25.
f Deut 12.
2.



f ch. 31. 32.



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