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& 16. 12.
Ps.38.2.



i Job S. 4.
t Heb. sons.



k Jer. 20. 7.

I Job 30. 9.
Ps. 69. 12.
ver. 63.

m Jer. 9. 15.

t Heb.
bitternesses.

n Prov. 20.
17.

II Or.

rotted me tn
the ashes.



t Heb. good.
oPb.31.22.



II Or,

Jiementber.
p Jer. 9. 15.



t Heb.
bowed.

t Heb.
vtalce to re-
turn to my
heart.

q Mai. 3. 6.



The faithful bewail their calamities.

young men are fallen by the sword ; thou hast
slain them in the day of thine anger ; ^ thou
hast killed, and not pitied.

22 Thou hast called as in a solemn day
« my terrors round about, so that in the day
of the Lord's anger none escaped or re-
mained : ''those that I have swaddled and
brought up, hath mine enemy consumed.

CHAP. m.

1 The faithful bewail their calamities. 22 By the mercies
of God they nourish their hope. 37 They acknowledge
God's justice. 55 They pray for deliverance, Q^ and
vengeance on their enemies.

I AM the man that hath seen affliction by
the rod of his wrath.

2 He hath led me, and brought me into
darkness, but not into light.

3 Surely against me is he turned ; he turn-
eth his hand against me all the day.

4 "My flesh and my skin hath he made
old ; he hath '•broken my bones.

5 He hath builded against me, and com-
passed me with gall and travail.

6 "He hath set me in dark places, as they
that he dead of old.

7 •'He hath hedged me about, that I can-
not get out : he hath made my chain heavy.

8 Also "when I cry and shout, he shutteth
out my prayer.

9 He hath inclosed my ways with hewn
stone, he hath made my paths crooked.

10 '"He was unto me as a bear lying in
wait, and as a lion in secret places.

11 He hath turned aside my ways, and
ff pulled me in pieces : he hath made me de-
solate.

12 He hath bent his bow, and ""set me as
a mark for the arrow.

13 He hath caused 'the farrows of his
quiver to enter into my reins.

14 I was a ''derision to all my people ; and
'their song all the day.

15 ""He hath filled me with f bitterness,
he hath made me drunken with wormwood.

16 He hath also broken my teeth "with
gravel-stones, he hath || covered me with
ashes.

17 And thou hast removed my soul far off
from peace : I forgat t prosperity.

18 "And I said, My strength and my hope
is perished from the Lord :

19 II Remembering mine affliction and my
misery, Pthe wormwood and the gall.

20 My soul hath them still in remembrance,
and is t humbled in me.

21 This 1 1 recall to my mind, therefore
have I hope.

22 IF 1/? is of the Lord's mercies that we
are not consumed, because his compassions

fail not.

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The faithful acknowledge God's justice. LAMENTATIONS.



They pray for deliverance.



23 They are new ■■ every morning : great
is thy faithfulness,

24 The Lord is my ^portion, saith my
soul ; therefore will I hope in him.

25 The Lord is good unto them that 'wait
for him, to the soul that seeketh him.

26 It is good that a man should both hope
"and quietly wait for the salvation of the
Lord.

27 ^It is good for a man that he bear the
yoke in his youth.

28 yHe sitteth alone, and keepeth silence,
because he hath borne it upon him.

29 ^He putteth his mouth in the dust; if
so be there may be hope.

30 "He giveth his cheek to him that
smiteth him : he is filled full with reproach.

31 '•For the Lord will not cast off for
ever:

32 But though he cause grief, yet will he
have compassion according to the multitude
of his mercies.

33 For <=he doth not afflict f willingly, nor
grieve the children of men.

34 To crush under his feet all the pri-
soners of the earth,

35 To turn aside the right of a man before
the face of || the Most High,



m



his



cause.



J the



36 To subvert a man
Lord II approveth not.

37 ii Who is he "that saith, and it cometh
to pass, when the Lord commandeth it
not?

38 Out of the mouth of the Most High
proceedeth not ''evil and good?

39 s Wherefore doth a living man j| com-
plain, ""a man for the punishment of his
sins?

40 Let us search and try our ways, and
turn again to the Lord.

41 'Let us lift up our heart with our
hands unto God in the heavens.

42 •= We have transgressed and have re-
belled : thou hast not pardoned.

43 Thou hast covered with anger, and
persecuted us: 'thou hast slain, thou hast
not pitied.

44 Thou hast covered thyself with a cloud,
•"that our prayer should not pass through.

45 Thou hast made us as the " off-scouring
and refuse in the midst of the people.

46 "All our enemies have opened their
mouths against us.

47 PFear and a snare is come upon us,
1 desolation and destruction.

48 ' Mine eye runneth down with rivers
of water for the destruction of the daughter
of my people.

49 'Mine eye trickleth down, and ceaseth
not, without any intermission,



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


about 588.


about 588.


r laai. 33. 2.


t IsaL 63. 15.


8 Pa. J6. 5.


T Heb.


& 73. 26. &


mil aovl


119. 57.


II Or,


Jer.lO. 16.


more than


t Ps. 130. 6.


alt.


Isai. 30. IB.




Micah 7. 7.






a Ps. 3,'). 7,




19. & 69. 4.




& 109. 3. &




119. 161.


u Ps. 37. 7.


X Jer. 37. 16.
4; 38. 6, 9,




10.




y Dan^ 6. 17.
z Ps. 69. 2.




X Pfl. 90. 12.
& 119. 71.


& 124. 4, 5.
a Ps 31. KJ.
Isai. 38. 10,




11.




ver. 18.


7 Jer.15.17.


b Ps. 130. 1.


cli. 2. 10.


Jonah 2. 2.




c Ps. 3. 4. &




6. 8. & 18.


« Job 42. 6.


6. & 66. 19.
& 116. 1.




d Jam. 4. 8.


a Igai. 50. 6.




Matt. 5. 39.






Ps. 35. 1.




Jer. 51. 36.


b P.. 94. 14.


f Ps. 71. 23.




B Ps. 9. 4.
&. 35.23.






h Jer. 11. 19.


c Ezek. 33.




11.




Hebr. 12. 10.




t Heb. from




his heart.




II Or, ,


iPs.139.2.


a superior.




d Hab.1.13.


k ver. 14.


II Or,


1 Ps. 28. 4.


seeth not.


See Jer. 11.

211.

2 Tim. 4. 14.


e Pe. 33. 9.




11 Or,




obstinacy of




heart.


f Job 2. 10.




laai. 45. 7.




Amos 3. 6.
B Prov. 19.


m Deut. 25.
19.


Jer. 10. 11.


if Or,


n I's. a 3.


murmur.




h Mic.7.9.




i Ps. 86. 4.




k Dan. 9. 5.


a ch. 2. 19.


1 ch. 2. 2,


b Isai. 30. 14.


17, 21.


Jer. 19. 11.




2 Cor. 4. 7.


m ver. 8.


II Or, ,




sea calves.


n 1 Cor. 4.




13.




ch. 2. 16.


c Job 39. 14,
16.




d Ps. 2!. 15.


p Isai. 24.


e See ch. 2.


17.


11, 12.


Jer. 48. 43.




q Isai. 51.




19.




r Jer. 4. 19.




& 9. 1. &




14. 17.




ch. 2. 11.




B Ps. 77. a


f Job 24. 8.


ch. 1. 16.






II Or,




iniquity.



50 Till the Lord *look down, and behold
from heaven.

51 Mine eye affecteth f mine heart || be-
cause of' all the daughters of my city.

52 Mine enemies chased me sore, like a
bird, "without cause.

53 They have cut off my life ^in the
dungeon, and ^cast a stone upon me.

54 ^Waters flowed over mine head ; then
"I said, I am cut off.

55 IT ''I called upon thy name, O Lord,
out of the low dungeon.

56 "^Thou hast heard my voice : hide not
thine ear at my breathing, at my cry.

57 Thou ''drewest near in the day that I
called upon thee : thou saidst. Fear not.

58 O Lord, thou hast « pleaded the causes
of my soul; ''thou hast redeemed my life.

59 O Lord, thou hast seen my wrong:
s judge thou my cause.

60 Thou hast seen all their vengeance
and all their •'imaginations against me.

61 Thou hast heard their reproach, O
Lord, and all their imaginations against
me;

62 The lips of those that rose up against
me, and their device against me all the day.

63 Behold their ' sitting down, and their
rising up; ^1 am their music.

64 IT 'Render unto them a recompense,

Lord, according to the work of theii
hands.

65 Give them || sorrow of heart, thy curse
unto them.

66 Persecute and destroy them in anger
" from under the " heavens of the Lord.

CHAP. IV.

1 Zion hewaileth her pitiful estate. 13 She confesseth her
sins. 21 Edom is threatened. 22 Zion is comforted.

HOW is the gold become dim! how is
the most fine gold changed ! the stones
of the sanctuary are poured out "in the top
of every street.

2 The precious sons of Zion, comparable
to fine gold, how are they esteemed •'as
earthen pitchers, the work of the hands of
the potter!

3 Even the || sea-monsters draw out the
breast, they give suck to their young ones :
the daughter of my people is become cruel,
''like the ostriches in the wilderness,

4 <• The tongue of the sucking child cleaveth
to the roof of his mouth for thirst : " the
young children ask bread, and no man break-
eth it unto them. ,

5 They that did feed delicately are deso-
late in the streets : they that were brought up
in scarlet ^ embrace dunghills.

6 For the || punishment of the iniquity of

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Zion confesseth her sins.

the 'daugh|;er of my people is greater than
the punigftment of the sin of Sodom, that
was sovCTthrown as in a moment, and no
hands stayed on her.

7 Her Nazarites were purer than snow,
they were whiter than milk, they were more
ruddy in body than rubies, their polishing
was of sapphire :

8 Their visage is t*" blacker than a coal;
they are not known in the streets : ' their
skin cleaveth to their bones ; it is withered,
it is become like a stick.

9 They that be slain with the svVord are
better than they that be slain with hunger :
for these t pine away, stricken through for
want of the fruits of the field.

10 ''The hands of the • pitiful women have
sodden their own children : they were their
"meat in the destruction of the daughter of
my people.

1 1 The Lord hath accomplished his fury ;
" he hath poured out his fierce anger, and
"hath kindled a fire in Zion, and it hath de-
voured the foundations thereof.

12 The kings of the earth, and all the
inhabitants of the world, would not have be-
lieved that the adversary and the enemy
should have entered into the gates of Jeru-
salem.

ISIfPFor the sins of her prophets, and the
iniquities of her priests, ^ that have shed the
blood of the just in the midst of her,

14 They have wandered as blind men in
the streets, 'they have polluted themselves
with blood, II ' so that men could not touch
their garments.

15 They cried unto them. Depart ye; || it
is 'unclean; depart, depart, touch not: when
they fled away and wandered, they said among
the heathen. They shall no more sojourn
there.

16 The [| anger of the Lord hath divided
them ; he will no more regard them : » they
respected not the persons of the priests, they
favoured not the elders.

17 As for us, ''our eyes as yet failed for
our vain help : in our watching we have
watched for a nation that could not save

MS.

18 == They hunt our steps, that we cannot
go in our streets : our end is near, our days
are fulfilled; for your end is come.

19 Our persecutors are =" swifter than the
eagles. of the heaven-: they pursued us upon
the mountains, they laid wait for us in the
wilderness.

20 The "breath of our nostrils, the anointed
of the Lord, ^ was taken in their pits, of
whom we said, Under his shadow we shall
live among the heathen.

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CHAP. V.



Before
CHRIST
about am.



h";



Gon. 19.



t Hob.
darker than
blacknean.
h ch. 5. 10.
Joel 2. fl.
Nub. 3. 10.
i Fi. 103. 5.



t Hcb.
jlovi out.



k ch. 2. 20.
Ihai.4g. 15.



m Deut. 28.

57.

2 Kings 6.

29.



o Deut. 33.

22.

Jer. 31. 14.



p Jer. .?. 31.
& 6. 13. b
14. 14. & 23.
11, 21.
£7.61^.22.20,
28.

Zepb. 3. 4.
Q Matt. 33.
31. 37.

I Jer. 3. 34.

1.1 Or,

tn that they
eovld not
but touch.

I Numb. 19.
10.

II Or,

ye polluted.
t Lev. 13. 45.



II Or,
face.

u ch. 5. 13.



w 3 Kings

24. 7.

I«ai. 20. 5. Sc

30.6,7.

.ler. 37. 7.

Ezek.29.16.



X 2 Kings
25. 4, 5.



7 Ezek. 7. 2,

3, 6.

Amos 8. 2.

z Deut. 38.

49.

Jer. 4. 13.



a Gen. 2. 7.
ch.3. 9.
b Jer. 52. 9.
Ezek. 12. 13.
In 19. 4, 8.



Before
CHRIST

about 5R8.

c Like

Ecclos. 11.

9.

d Jer. 25. 15,

10, 21.

Obad. 10.



Isni. 40. 2.
IJ O,. , .
jyunc ini-



qtuty.



f Ps. 137. 7.

II Or, ,
carry tlipo
captive for
thy tina.



n Ps. 89. 50

51.

b ch. 2. 15.

P». 79.4.



c Ps. 79. 1.



t Heb.

comctlifor

price.

A Deut. 28.

48.

Jer. 28. 14.

t Hcb.

On ovr

nectcsarewe

persecuted.

e Gen. 24. 3.

Jer. 50. 15.

f Hob. 12. 1.

g;Jer.3I.29.
Ezek. 18. 3.
h Gen. 42.
13.

Zecb. 1. 5.
i Meh. 5. 15.



k Job 30.

.10.

Ps. 119. 83.

ch. 4. 8.

II Or,

terrors, or,

stormtr.

llsai. 13.16.

Zech.14.3.



misai. 47,6.
ch. 4. 16.
n Judg. 16.
21.



o Job 19. 9.
Ps. 89. 39.
t Heb.
Tlii crown
of our head
is fallen.
pch.1.32.
q Ps. 6. 7.
ch. 2. 11.



r Ps. 9. 7. &
10. 16. & 29.
10. & 90. 2.
& 102. 12,
26. 27. &
145. 13.
Hab. 1. 12.
s Ps. 45. 6.
t Ps. 13. 1.
t Hob.
for length
of days?
uPs.BO.3,
7, 19.
Jet. 31. 18,

II Or, .,
For wilt
thou vUerlj/
r^Kt us 1



Her complaint in prayer to God.

21 H "= Rejoice and be glad, O daughter of
Edom, thatdwellest in the land of Uz; ^the
cup also shall pass through unto thee : thou
shalt be drunken, and shalt make thyself
naked.

22 IT " II The punishment of thine iniquity
is acomplished, O daughter of Zion ; he
will no more carry thee away into captivity :
•"he will visit thine iniquity, O daughter of
Edom ; he will || discover thy sins

CHAP. V.

A pitiful complaint of Zion in prayer unto God.

^"pEMEMBER, O Lord, what is como
Xv upon us : consider, and behold ^ our
reproach.

2 *= Our inheritance is turned to strangers,
our houses to aliens.

3 We are orphans and fatherless, our mo-
thers are as widows.

4 We have drunken our water for money j
our wood t is sold unto us.

5 "^ t Our necks are under persecution : we
labour, and have no rest.

6 "We have given the hand Ho the
Egyptians, and to the Assyrians, to be satis-
fied with bread.

7 e Our fathers have sinned, and ^are not;
and we have borne their iniquities.

8 'Servants have ruled over us: there is
none that doth deliver us out of their hand.

9 We gat our bread with the peril of our
lives because of the sword of the wilderness.

10 Our ''skin was black like an oven be-
cause of the II terrible famine.

11 ' They ravished the women in Zion,
and the maids in the cities of Judah.

12 Princes are hanged up by their hand :
■"the faces of elders were not honoured.

13 They took the young men » to grind,
and the children fell under the wood

14 The elders have ceased from the gate,
the young men from their music.

15 The joy of our heart is ceased ; our
dance is turned into mourning.

16 ° t The crown is fallen /rom our head:
wo unto us, that we have sinned !

17 For this Pour heart is faint; ifor these
things our eyes are dim.

18 Because of the mountain of Zion, which
is desolate, the foxes walk upon it.

19 Thou, O Lord, ' remainest for ever ;
' thy throne from generation to generation.

20 'Wherefore dost thou forget us for
ever, and forsake us f so long time ?

21 "Turn thou us unto thee, O Lord,
and we shall be turned ; renew our days as
of old.

22 II But thou hast utterly rejected us ;
thou art very wroth against us.

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THE



BOOK OP THE PEOPHET EZEKIEL.



CHAP. I.

1 The time of EzekieVs prophecy at Chebar. 4 His vi-
sion of four cherubims, 15 of the four wheek, 26 and
of the glory of GOB.

NOW it came to pass in the thirtieth
year, in the fourth month, in the fifth
day of the month, as I was among the t cap-
tives "^ by the river of Chebar, that ^ the hea-
vens were opened, and I saw ''visionsof God.

2 In the fifth day of the month, which
was the fifth year of ^king Jehoiachin's cap-
tivity,

3 The word of the Lord came expressly
unto t Ezekiel the priest, the ,son of Buzi,
in the land of the Chaldeans by the river
Chebar ; and « the hand of the Lord was
there upon him.

4 IT And I looked, and behold, '' a whirl-
wind came ff out of the north, a great cloud,
and a fire f infolding itself, and a brightness
was about it, and out of the midst thereof as
the colour of amber, out of the midst of the
fire.

5 •'Also out of the midst thereof came the
likeness of four living creatures. And ' this
was their appearance ; they had ''the likeness
of a man.

6 And every one had four faces, and every
one had four wings.

7 And their feet were f straight feet ; and
the sole of their feet was like the sole of a
calf's foot; and they sparkled 'like, the
colour of burnished brass.

8 "• And they hadihe hands of a man under
their wings on their four sides ; and they four
had their faces and their wings.

9 ° Their wings were joined one to another ;
"they turned not when they went; they went
every one straight forward.

10 As for P the likeness of their faces, they
four ihad the face of a man ''and the face
of a Hon, on the right side : " and they four
had the face of an ox on the left side; 'they
four also had the face of an eagle.

11 Thus were their faces: and their wings
were || stretched upward ; two wings of every
one were joined one to another, and "two
covered their bodies.

12 And ''they went every one straight
forward ; y whither the spirit was to go, they
went; and nhey turned not when they went.

13 As for the likeness of the living crea-
tures, their appearance was Uke burning coals
of fire, "^ and lilte the appearance of lamps : it



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


about 595.


about 595.




b Zech. 4.
10.




Matt 24.
27.


t Heh.

captivity.




a ver. 3.
cli. 3. 15, 23.
& 10. 15. 20,
22. & 43. 3.
b So

Matt. 3. 16.
Acts 7. 56.
& 10. 11.
Kev. 19. 11.
c ch. 8. 3.
d 2 Kings
24. 12, 15.


d ch. 10. 9.

e ch. 10. 9,
10.

f Dan. 10. 6.


T Heb.
Jeheikd.




e 1 Kings
18. 46.
9 lUngs 3.

cii'. 3. 14. 22.

& 8. 1. &

40.1.

f Jcr. 23. 19.

&25.32.

B Jer. 1. 14.

&4.6.&6.1.

t Heb.

catching

itself.


g ver. 12.


II Or.

strokes.
h ch. 10. 12.
Zech. 4 10.
i ch. 10. 16.


h Kev. 4. 6,

&c.




i ch. 10. 8.
&c.


k ver. 12.


k ver. 10.
ch. 10. 14,
21.






1 ch. 10. 17.

of life.


tHeb, ,
a straight
foot.


m ver. 19,

20.

ch. 10. 17.


1 Dan. 10. 6.
Kev. 1. 15.




m ch. 10. 18,


of life.




n ch. 10. 1.


n ver. 11.




o ver. 12.
ch. 10. 11.




oSee
fecv. 4. 7.




q Numb. 2.

10.

T Numb. 2.

3.

s Numb. 2.

t iffumb. 2.
25.








o cli. 10. 5.


divided

above.

u Isoi. 6. 2.


I)Ch.43. 2.
Dan. 10. 6.
Rev. 1. 15.
n Job 37.
i.i.

?». 29, 3, 4.
& 68. 3l


3t ver. 9.
ch. 10. 22.




7 ver. 20.




z ver. 9, 17.






r ch. 10. 1.


a Kev. 4. 5.





went up and down among the living crea-
tures ; and 'the fire was bright, and out of the
fire went forth lightning.

14 And the living creatures '' ran and re-
turned " as the appearance of a flash of light-
ning.

1511 Now as I beheld the living creatures,
behold '' one wheel upon the earth by the
living creatures, with his four faces.

16 "The appearance of the wheels and
their work was ''like unto the colour of a
beryl : and they four had one likeness : and
their appearance and their work was as it
were a wheel in the middle of a wheel.

17 When they went, they went upon their
four sides : e and they turned not when they
went.

18 As for their rings, they were so high
that they were dreadful ; and their || rings
were ^ full of eyes round about them four.

19 And 'when the living creatures went,
the wheels went by them: and when the
living creatures were lifted up from the earth,
the wheels were lifted up.

20 ^ Whithersoever the spirit was to go,
they went, thither was their spirit to go ; and
the wheels were lifted up over against them .
' for the spirit || of the living creature v)as in
the wheels.

21 "^ When those went, these went ; and
when those stood, ttese stood; and when
those were lifted up from the earth, the
wheels were lifted up over against them : for
the spirit || of the living creature was in the
wheels.

22 "And the likeness of the firmament
upon the heads of the living creature was as
the colour of the terrible crystal, stretched
forth over their heads above.

23 And under the firmament were their
wings straight, the one toward the other:
every one had two, which covered on this
side, and every one had two, which covered
on that side, their bodies.

24 "And when they went, I heard the
noise of their wings, Plike the noise of great
waters, as i the voice of the Almighty, the
voice of speech, as the noise of an host: when
they stood, they let down their wings:

25 And there was a voice from the firma-
ment that was over their heads, when they
stood, and had let down their wings.

26 IT ■■ And above the firmament that was
over their heads was the likeness of a throne,

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JEzekiet's commission.

'as the appearance of a sapphire stone: and
upon the likeness of the throne was the
likeness as the appearance of a man above
upon itl

27 * And I saw as the colour of amber, as
the appearance of fire round about within it,
from the appearance of his loins even upward,
and from the appearance of his loins even
downward,! saw as it were the appearance of
fire, and it had brightness round about.

28 "As the appearance of the bow that is
in the cloud in the day of rain, so was the
appearance of the brightness round about.
"This was the appearance of the likeness of
the glory of the Lord. And when I saw it,
y I fell upon my face, and I heard a voice of
one that spake. '

CHAP. II.

1 Ezekiel's commission. 6 His instruction. 9 The roll
of his heavy prophecy.

AND he said unto me. Son of man,
"stand upon thy feet, and I will speak
unto thee.

2 And *• the spirit entered into me when
he spake usto me, and set me upon my feet,
that I heard him that spake unto me.

3 And he said unto me. Son of man, I
send thee to the children of Israel, to a re-
bellious t nation that hath rebelled against
me : ''they and their fathers have transgressed
against me, even unto this very day.

4 ^ For they are f impudent children and
stiff-hearted. I. do send thee unto them; and
thou shalt say unto them. Thus saith the
Lord God.

5 « And they, whether they will hear, or
whether they will forbear, (for they are a
rebellious house,) yet '"shall know that there
hath been a prophet among them.

6 IT And thou, son of man, ^be not afraid
of them, neither be afraid of their words,
though IJ'' briers and thorns he with thee, and
thou, dost dwell among scorpions : ' be not
afraid of their words, nor be dismayed at their
looks, •= though they he a rebellious house. '

7 ' And thou shalt speak my words unto
them, ■" whether they will hear, or whether
they will forbear : for they are t most re-
bellious.

8 But thou, son of man, hear what I say
unto thee ; Be not thou rebellious like that.
rebelUous house : open thy mouth, and "eat
that I give thee.

9 IT And when I looked, behold, " an hand
was sent unto me ; and lo. Pa roll of a book
was therein ;

10 And he spread it before me : and it
was written within and without : and there
was written therein lamentations, and mourn-
ing, and wo.



CHAP. III.



Before
CHRIST
about 505.



a Exod. 24.
10.



t ch 8 3.



n Rev. 4. 3.
& 10. 1.



xch.3.33.
&8.4.



ych.3.23.
Dan. 8. 17.
Acta 9. 4.
Rev. 1. 17.



a Dan. 10.
11.



bch.3.34.



T Heb.
nations.
Jer. 3. 2.5.
ch. 20. 18,
21, 30.

i ch. 3. 7.
t Heb.
hard of face.



e ch. 3. 11,

26, 27.



f Jor. 1. 8,

17.

Luke 12. 4.

h Isai. 9. 18.
Jor. 6. 28.
Mic. 7. 4.
i ch. 3. 9.
1 Pot. 3. 14.
k ch. 3. 9,
26, 27.

1 Jer. 1.7, 17.



t Heb.
rebeltiim.



n Rev. 10. 9.



o ch. 8. 3.
Jer. 1. 9.

p ch. 3. 1.



Before

CHRIST

595.



a ch. 2. e, 9.



b Rev. 10. 9.

See

Jer. 15. 16.

c Ps. 19. 10.

& 119. 103.



tHeb.
deep ofliPi
andheavy of
tongue: sai
BO ver. 0.



tHcb.
deep oflip^
and lieavy of
languasc.

II Or,

jflhadscnt
thee, Src.
would tfiey
not have
hearkened
unto thee ?
d Matt. 11.
21, 23.
e John 15.
20.

f ch. 2. 4.
t Heb.
star of fore-
head and
hard of
heart.



e Isai. 50. 7.
Jer. 1.18. &
15. 20.
Mic. 3. 8.
h Jer. 1. 8,
17.
ch. 2. 6.



i ch. 2. 5, 7.
ver. 27.



k ver. 14.
ch. 8. 3.
Soe I Kings
)8. 12.
2 Kings 2.
16.
Acts 8. 39.



t Heb.

kissed.



I ver. 12.
ch. 8. 3.
t Heb.
bitter.
tHeb.
hot anger.
m 2 Kings
3. 15.
ch. 1. 3. &
8. 1. & 37.
1.



n Job 2. 13.
Ps. 137. 1.



God encourageth him.
CHAP. m.

1 Ezekiel eateth the roll. 4 God encourageth him. 15
God sheweth him the rule of prophecy. 22 God shut-
- teth and openeth the propiiefs mouth.



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