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thy eyes, and deckedst thyself with orna-
ments,

41- And satestupon a f stately tbed, and
a table prepared before it, " whereupon thou
hast set mine incense and mine oil.

42 And a voice of a iriultitude being at
ease was with her : and with the men f of the
conmion sort were brought || Sabeans from
the wilderness, which put bracelets upon
their hands, and beautiful crowns upon their
heads.

43 Then said I unto her , that was old in
adulteries. Will they now commit t whore-
doms with* her, and she with them ?

44 Yet they went in unto her, as they go
in unto a woman that playeth the harlot:
so went they in unto Aholah and unto Aho-
libah, the lewd women.

45 IT And the righteous men, they shall
^ judge them after the manner of adulteresses,
and after the manner of women that shed
blood ; because they are adulteresses, and
y blood is in their hands.

46 For thus saith the Lord God ; ==1 will
bring up a company upon them, and will give
them t to be removed and spoiled.-

47 *And the company shall stone them
with stones, and || despatch them with their
swords ; ""they shall slay their sons and their
daughters, and burn up their houses with
fire.

, 48 Thus "will I cause lewdness to cease
out of the land^ ^ that all women may be
taught not to do after your lewdness.

49 And they shall recompense your lewd-
ness upon you, and ye shall « bear the sins of
your idols : ""and ye shall know that I am the
Lord God.

CHAP. XXIV.

1 Under the parahle of a boiling pot, 6 is shewed the
irrecoverable destruction of Jerusalem. 15 By the
sign of Ezekiel not mourning for the death of his
wife, 19 is shewed the calamity of the Jews to be be-
yond all sorrow.

AGAIN in the ninth year, in the tenth
month, in the tenth day of the month,
the word of the Lord came unto me,
saying,

2 Son of man, write thee the name of the
day, even of this fiame day: the king of
Babylon set himself against Jerusalem " this
same day.

3 i- And utter a parable unto the rebelhous
house, and say unto them, Thus saith the



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


593.


590.


p 2 Kings
5). 4.


c See
Jer. 1. 13.




ch. 11. 3.


T Heb.




coming-




q laai. 57. 9.




r Uuth 3. 3.

s 2 Kings
9.30.


II Or,
heap.


Jer. 4. 30.




t Heb.
honourahle.






t Esth. I. 6.




laai. 57. 7.




Amos 2. 8.




&6. 4.


A ch. 22. 3.


u Prov. 7.


& ai. 37.


17.


ver. 9.


ch. 16. 18,




0.




Hos. 2. 8.




Heb.




of the multi-


e See


tude of men.


2 Sam. 8. 2.


arunkarda.


Joel X 3.


Obad. 11.




Nah. 3. 10.




f Lev. 17.




13.




Deut. 12. 10,




24.


T Heb. her




whoredoms.






e Matt. 7. 2.




h ver. 6.




Nah. 3. 1.




Uab. 2. 12.


X ch. 16. 33.




y ver. 37.




z ch. 16. 40.






i ch. 22. 15.


t Hob.




for a re-




moving and




spoil.




tt ch. 16. 41.




II Or,
single them






out.




b 2Chron.




36. n, 19.




ch. 24. 21.




c ch. 22. 15.




ver. 27.




d Deut. 13.




11.




2 Pet. 2. 6.






k ch. 5. 13.




& 8. 18. &




16. 42.


e ver. 35.


1 1 Sam. 15.


f cb. 20. 38.


29.


43, 44. k. 2S.




5.






m ch. 5. 11.


500.






t Heb. go.




t Heb.
Be silent.




n Jer. 16. 5,




6,7.




o See


a 2 Kings


Lev. 10. 6.
&21.J0.


25. 1.
Jer. 39. 1.


p 2 Sara. 15.
q Mlc. 3. 7.


& 52. 4.




t Heb.


b ch. 17. 12.


uvver Up :




And BO




ver. M.




Lev. 13. 45.



Lord God ; •= Set on a pot, set it on, and also
pour water into it :

4 Gather the pieces thereof into it, even
every good piece, the thigh, and the shoulder ;
fill it with the choice bones.

5 Take the choice of the flock, and || burn
also the bones under it, and make it boil
well, and let them seethe the bones of it
therein.

611 Wherefore thus saith the Lord God;
Wo to ^ the bloody city, to the pot whose
scum is therein, and whose scum is not gone
out of it ! bring it out piece by piece ; let no
' lot fall upon it.

7 For her blood is in the midst of her;
she set it upon the top of a rock; '"she
poured it not upon the ground, to cover
it with dust;

8 That it might cause fury to come up to
take vengeance ; e I have set her blood upon
the top of a rock, that it should not be
covered.

9 Therefore thus saith the Lord God;
''Wo to the bloody city ! I will even make
the pile for fire great.

10 Heap on wood, kindle the fire, con-
sume the flesh, and spice it well, and let the
bones be burned.

11 Then set it empty upon the coals
thereof, that the brass of it may be hot, and
may burn, and that ' the filthiness of it may
be molten in it, that the scum of it may be
consumed.

12 She hath wearied herself with lies, and
her great scum went not forth out of her :
her scum shall be in the fire.

13 In thy filthiness is lewdness : because
I have purged thee, and thou wast not purged,
thou shalt not be purged from thy filthiness
any more ""till I have caused my fury to rest
upon thee.

14 'I the Lord have spoken it: it shall
come to pass, and I will do it; I will not go
back, ""neither will I spare, neither will I
repent ; according to thy ways, and according
to thy doings, shall they judge thee, saith
the Lord God.

15 HAlso the word of the Lord canre
unto me, saying,

16 Son of man, behold, I take away
from thee the desire of thine eyes with
a stroke : yet neither shalt thou mourn
nor weep, neither shall thy tears frun
down.

17 t Forbear to cry, "make no mourning
for the dead, ° bind the tire of thine head
upon thee, and Pput on thy shoes upon thy
feet, iand i cover not thy t lips, and eat not
the bread of men.

18 Sol spake unto the people in the morn
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The Jews' calamity beyond all sorrow. CHAP. XXV.

ing: and at even my wife died; and I did in
the morning as I was commanded.

19 IT And the people said unto me, "^ Wilt
thou not tell us what these things are to us,
that thou doest so? ,

20 Then I answered them. The word of
(he Lord came unto me, saying,

21 Speak unto the house of Israel, Thus
saith the Lord God ; Behold, »I will profane
my sanctuary, the excellency of your strength,
'the desire of your eyes, and fthat which
your soul pitieth; "and your sons and your
daughters whom ye have left shall fall by the
sword.

<S!2 And ye shall do as I have done : ^ ye
shall not cover your lips, n6r eat the bread of
men.

23 And your tires shall he upon your
heads, and your shoes upon your feet: yye
shall not mourn nor weep ; but ^ye shall pine
away for your iniquities, and mourn one to-
ward another.

24 Thus ^Ezekiel is unto you a sign: ac-
cording to all that he hnth done shall ye do :
'•and when this cometh, •'ye shall know that
I am the Lord God.

25 Also, thou son of man, shall it not
he in the day when I take from them ^ their
stiength, the joy of their glory, the desire
of their eyes, and fthat whereupon they
set their minds, their sons and their daugh-
ters,

26 That ^he that escapeth in that day
shall come unto thee, to cause thee to hear it
with thine ears ?

27 ^In that day shall thy mouth be opened
to him which is escaped, and thou ^halt
speak, and be no more dumb : and e thou
shalt be a sign unto them; and they shall
know that I am the Lord.

CHAP. XXV.

1 Gocfs vengeance,for their insolency against the Jews,
upon the Ammonites, Supon.Moab and Seir, 12 upon
Edom, 15 and upon the Philistines.

THE word of the Lord came again unto
me, saying,

2 Son of man, ''set thy face •'against the
Ammonites, and prophesy against them ;

3 And say unto the Ammonites, Hear the
word of the Lord God; Thus saith the
Lord God; 'Because thou saidst, Aha,
against my sanctuary, when it was profaned ;
and against the land of Israel, when it was
desolate ; and against the house of Judah,
when they went into captivity ;

4 Behold, therefore I will deliver thee
to the t™6n of the east for a possession,
and they shall set their palaces in thee,
and make .their dwellings in thee: they

90



Borore


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


590.


590.


r ch. 12. 9.


d ch. 31. 20.


& 37. IS.


Isai. 17. 2.




& 32. 14.




Zeph. a. 14,




15.




fch.24. 24.




& 26. 6. &




35.9.




c Job 27. 23.
Lam. 2. 15.




s Jcr. 7. H.


Zepli. 2. 15.
t Heb.
hand.


cli. 7. 20, 21,


22.


t Hob.


t P«. 27. 4.


.foot.
h ch. 30. 5.


t Hcb.


Zeph. 2. 8,


the pity of
your soul.


}°Heb.


u ch. 23. 47.


soui.




i ch. 35. 3.




II Or, -




meat.


X Jor. 16. 6,




7.




ver. 17.




y Job 27. 15.
Ps. 78. 64.


k Isai. 15.


& 16.


7. Lev. 26.


Jer. 48. 1,


39.


jcc.


ch. 33. 10.


Amos 2. I.




1 ch. 35. 2,




5,12.




t Heb.




shovlder of


abai.SO 3.


Moab.


ch. 4. 3. &




12. B. 11.




bJer.17.15.




John 13. 19.




& 4. 29.




c c 1. 6. 7.




tc 25. 5.






m ver. 4-




II Or,


d ver. 21.


against the •




children of




Ammxm.




n ch. 21. 32.


t Heb.




tite lifting




up of Uteir




smii.









e ch. 33. 21,




22.






o 2 Chron.




28. 17.




Ps. 1.17. 7.




Jer. 49. 7, 8,


27. & 29. il.


&c.


ch.35.2,&c.


U 33. 22.


Amoa 1. IL




Obad. IP,
''"=•590.


g vcr. 24.




t Heb.




jy reveng-




ing revmge-




meitt.




II Or.




they shall
fall by the




sword unto




Dedan.




FJ?1i.14.




590.


Jer. 49. 2.


a ch. 6. 2.




& 35. 2.




b Jer. 49. 1,




&.C.




ch. 21. 28.




AmoB 1. 13.




Zeph. 2. 9.






590.




n Jer. 25. 20.
& 47. 1, &c.


c Prov. 17. 5.


ch. 26. 2.


Joel 3.4. &o.




Amoa 1.6.




r 2 Chron.




28. 18.




II Or,




with perpe-




tual hatred.




B Zeph. 2. 4,

&c.




t 1 Sam. 30.




14.


t Hob.


u Jer. 47. 4.


children.


II Or.
haven of




the sea.




X ch. 5. 15.




t Heb.




veneeancee.



God's vengeance upon the Ammonites, Sfc.

shall eat thy fruit, and they shall drink thy
milk.

5 And I will make ^Rabbah "a stable for
camels, and the Ammonites a couching-place
for flocks : ^and ye shall know that I am the
Lord.

6 For thus saith the Lord God ; Because
thou e hast clapped thine '\ha.ndB, and stamped
with the ffeet, and '"rejoiced in f heart with
all thy despite against the land of Israel ;

7 Behold, therefore I will 'stretch out
mine hand upon thee, and will deliver thee
for II a spoil to the heathen ; and I will cut
thee off from the people, and I will cause
thee to perish out of the, countries : I will
destroy thee ; and thou shalt know that I am
the Lord.-

8 IT Thus saith the Lord God ; Because
that ''Moab and 'Seir do say. Behold, the
house of Judah is like unto all the hea-
then;

9 Therefore, behold, I will open the f side
of Moab from the cities, from his cities
which are on his frontiers, the glory of the
country, Beth-jeshimoth, Baal-meon, and
Kiriathaim,

10 "Unto the men of the east ||with the
Ammonites, and will give them in possession,
that' the Ammonites "jxiay not be remember-
ed among the nations.

11 And I will execute judgments upon
Moab ; and they shall know that I am the
Lord.

12 H Thus saith the Lord God; "Because
that Edom hath dealt against the house
of Judah t by taking vengeance, and hath
greatly offended, and revenged himself upon
them;

13 Therefore thus saith the Lord God;

I will also "stretch out mine hand upon
Edom, and will cut off man and beast from
it; and I will make it desolate from Te-
man ; and || they of Dedan shall fall by the
sword.

14 And pI will lay my vengeance upon
Edom by the hand of my people Israel :
and they shall do in Edom according to
mine anger and according to my fury ; and
they shall know my vengeance, saith the
Lord God.

15 IF Thus saith the Lord God; i Because
the Philistines have dealt by revenge, and

have taken vengeance with a despiteful heart,
to destroy it ||for the old hatred;

16 Therefore thus saith the Lord God ;
Behold, « I will stretch out mine hand upon
the Philistines, and I will cut off the 'Che-
rethims, » and destroy the remnant of the

II sea coasts.

17 And I will -execute great f vengeance
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Tyrus is threatened.

upon them with furious rebukes; yand they
shall know that I am the Lord, when I shall
lay my vengeance upon them.

CHAP. XXVI.

1 Tyrus, for insulting against Jerusalem, is threatened.
7 The power of Nebuchadrezzar against her. 15 The
mourning and astonishment of the sea at her fall.

AND it came to pass in the eleventh
year, in the first day of the month, that
.he word of the Lord came unto me, say-
ings

2 Son of man, ''because that Tyrus hath

said against Jerusalem, ''Aha, she 'is broken
that was the gates of the people : she is
turned unto me : I shall be replenished, now
she is laid waste :

3 Therefore thus saith the Lord God ;
Behold, I am against thee, O Tyrus, and
will cause many nations to come up against
thee, as the sea causeth his waves to come up.

4 And they shall destroy the walls of
Tyrus, and break down her towers : I will
also scrape her dust from her, and " make
her like the top of a rock.

■ 5 It shall be a place for the spreading of
nets ^ in the midst of the sea : for I have
spoken it, saith the Lord God : and it shall
become a spoil to the nations.

6 And her daughters which jure in the
field shall be slain by the sword ; ^ and they
shall know that I am the Lord.

7 IT For thus saith the Lord God ; Behold,
I will bring upon Tyrus, Nebuchadrezzar king
of Babylon, ^ a king of kings, from the north,
with horses, and with chariots, and with horse-
men, and companies, and much people.

8 He shall slay with the sword thy daugh-
ters in the field : and he shall & make a fort
against thee, and || cast a mount against thee,
and lift up the buckler against thee.

9 And he shall set engines of war against
thy walls, and with his axes he shall break
down thy towers.

10 By reason of the abundance of his
horses, their dust shall cover thee : thy
walls shall shake at the noise of the horse-
men, and of the wheels, and of the chariots,
when he shall enter into thy gates, f-as men
enter into a city wherein is made a breach.

11 With the hoofs of his horses shall he
tread down all thy streets : he shall slay thy
people by the sword, and thy strong garri-
sons shall go down to the ground.

12 And they shall make a spoil of thy
riches, and make a prey of thy merchan-
dise : and they shall break down thy walls,
and destroy f thy pleasant houses: and they
shall lay thy stones, and thy timber, and thy
dust, in the midst of the water.



EZEKIEt.



Before
CHRIST

590.



y Pa. 9. 16.



588.



a Isai. 93.
.rer. 25.22.
& 47. 4.
Amos 1. 9.
Zech. 9. 2.
bch.25.3.
& 3G. 2.



d ch. 27. 32.



Before
CHRIST

588.



f Ezra 7. 12.
Dan. 2. 37.



6 ch. 21. 22.

II Or,

pour out trie
engine of
shot.



t Heb..
according to
the filter-
ings of a
city broken
up.



h Isai. 14.
1!. & 24. 8.
Jer. 7. 34. &
16. 9. & 35.
10.

i Isai. 23. 16.
ch. 28. 13.
Rev. 18. 22.
k ver. 4, 5.



I .Ter. 49. 21.
vcr. 18.
ch. 27. 28.
& 31. 16.



m Isai. 23. 8.
n Jonah 3. 6.



t Hob.
trembtings.
o .lob 2. 13.
p ch. 32. 10.

« ch. 27. 35.

r ch. 27. 32.
Rev. 18. 9.



t H"b.
of tJie seas.



t Heb.
houses of
thy desire



u ch. 32. 18,
24.



J. ch. 33. 23,
26, 27, 32.
J ch. 27. 36.
& 28. 19.
t Heb.
terrors.
2 Ps. 37. 36.



ach.19.1.&
26. 17. & 28.
12. & 32. 2.



b ch 28. 2.



c Isai. 23. 3.



a ch. 28. 12.
t Heb.
perfect of
beauty.



t Hob.
heart.



* The mourning at her fall.

13 ■'And I will cause the noise of 'thy
songs to cease ; and the sound of thy harps
shall be no more heard.

14 And ■'I will make thee like the top of
a rock : thou shalt be a place to spread nets
upon; thou shalt be built no more : for I
the Lord have spoken it, saith the Lord
God.

15 II Thus saith the Lord God to Tyrus ;
Shall not the isles ' shake at the sound of
thy fall, when the wounded cry, when the
slaughter is made in the midst of thee ?

16 Then all the ""princes of the sea shall
" come down from their thrones, and lay
away their robes, and put oflf their broJ4-
ered garments : they shall clothe themselves
with ftrembhng; "they shall sit upon the
ground, and p shall tremble at every moment, "
and "J be astonished at thee.

17 And they shall take up a 'lamentation
for thee, and say to thee. How art thou
destroyed, that wast inhabited t of seafaring
men, the renowned city, which wast = strong
in the sea, she and her inhabitants, which
cause their terror to be on all that haunt it !

18 Now, shall * the isles tremble in the
day of thy fall; yea, the isles that are in
the sea shall be troubled at thy departure.

19 For thus saith the Lord God ; When
I shall make thee a desolate city, like the
cities that are not inhabited ; when I shall
bring up the deep upon thee, and great
waters shall cover thee ;

20 When I shall bring thee down "with
them that descend into the pit, with the
people of old time, and shall set thee in the
low parts of the earth, in places, desolate
of old, with them that go down to the pit,
that thou be not inhabited ; and I shall set
glory ^in the land of the living ;

21 yl will make thee fa terror, and thou
shalt be no more : '■ though thou be sought
for, yet shalt thou never be found again,
saith the Lord God.

CHAP. XXVIL

1 The rich supply of Tyrus. 26 The great aTid unrecover-
able fall thereof.

THE word of the Lord came again unto
me, saying,

2 Now, thou son of man, "take up a lamen-
tation for Tyrus ;

3 And say unto Tyrus, ^ O thou that art
situate at the entry of the sea, which art
•= a merchant of the people for many isles,
Thus saith the Lord God ; O Tyrus, thou
hast said, ^ I am f of perfect beauty.

4 Thy borders are in the t midst ot the
seas, thy builders have perfected thy beauty.

5 Thev have t made all thy ship-hoavds

714



The rich supply of Tyrus.

of fir-trees of «Senir : they have taken cedars
from Lebanon to make masts for thee.

6 Of the oaks of Bashan have they made
thine oars ; || fthe company of the Ashurites
have made thy benches of ivory, brought
out of ""the isles of Chittim.

7 Fine linen with broidered work from
Egypt was that which thou spreadest forth
to be thy sail ; || blue and purple from
the isles of Elishah was that which covered
thee.

8 The inhabitants of Zidon and Arvad
were thy. mariners : thy wise men, O Tyrus,
that were in thee, were thy pilots.

9 The ancients of s Gebal and the wise
men thereof were in thee thy || f calkers :
all the ships of the sea with their mariners
were in thee to occupy thy merchandise.

10 They of Persia, and of Lud, and of
'' Phut, were in thine army, thy men of war :
they hanged the shield and helmet in thee ;
they set forth thy comeliness.

11 The men of Arvad with thine army
were' upon thy walls round about, and the
Gammadims were in thy towers : they hanged
their shields upon thy walls round about;
they have made 'thy beauty perfect.

12 ^ Tarshish was thy merchant by reason
of the multitude of all hind of riches ; with
silver, iron, tin, and lead, they traded in thy
fairs.

13 ' Javan, Tubal, and Meshech, they were
thy merchants: they traded ™the persons of
men and vessels of brass in thy || market.

14 They of the house of "Togarmah
traded in thy fairs with horses and horse-
men and mules.

15 The men of ° Dedan were thy mer-
chants; many isles were the merchandise of
thine hand: they brought thee ybr a present,
horns of ivory and ebony.

.16 Syria was thy merchant by reason of
the multitude of fthe wares of thy making:
they occupied in thy fairs with emeralds,
purple, and broidered work, and fine linen,
and coral, and f agate.

17 Judah, and the land of Israel, they
were thy merchants : they traded, in thy
market, p wheat of ^Minnith and Pannag,
and honey, and oil, and ■■ || balm.

18 Damascus was thy merchant in the
multitude of the wares of thy making, for
the multitude of all riches; in the wine of
Helbon, and white wool.

19 Dan also and Javan || going to and fro
occupied in thy fair.s : bright iron, cassia, and
calamus, were in thy market.

20 ' Dedan was thy merchant in f pre-
cious clothes for chariots.

21 Arabia, and all the princes of * Kedar,



CHAP. XXVII-



Beforo


Before


CHRIST


CHKIST


588.


588. .


e Deut. 3. 9.


tHob.




they were




the mer-


II Or,


chants of
thy hand.
u Gon. 10. 7.


they have


made thy


hatches of
ivory icell
trodden.


1 Kings 10.
1.2.


Ps. 78. 10,


t Hob. the


IS.


daughter.


Isai. 60. 6.


f Jor. 2. 10.






X Gon. 11.




31.


II Or,


2 Kings 19.


purple and


12.


acarlet.


y Gen. 25. 3.




excellent




rns:




foldings.


ei}""




Ps. 83. 7.
II Or,


zPs.48.7.
Isai. 2, 16.
& 23. 14.


THeb.




strenffth-
enevB.


a ver. 4.


h Jer. 46. 9.




ch. 30. 5. &




38. 5.






bPs.48.7.




tHeU.




heart.




c Prov. 11.4.




ver. 34.




Rev.J9.9,




&c.


i ver. 3.


II Or, ,




et^en with


k Gen. 10. 4.


all.


2 Chron. 20.


t Heb.


36.


heart.




II Or.




waves.




d ch. 26. 15,




18.


1 Gen. 10. 2.


e Rev. la


m Hev. 18.


17, &o.


13.




II Or.mer-




chanaise.




n Gen. 10. 3.




eh. 38. 6.




o Gen. 10. 7.


rjob2.]2.




Rev. 18. 19.




s Esth. 4.




Jer.' 6. 26.




h Jer. 16. 6.




fc 47. 5.




Mic. 1. 16.


r Heb.




thy works.






i ch. 26. 17.




ver. 2.


t Heb. chry-


\i Rev. IB.


sopraee.


18.




i Rev. 18. 19.


p 1 Kings
5.9,11.




Ezra 3. 7.




Acts 12. 20.




^^Jndg.ll..




r Jer. 8. 22.




II Or,




resin.






m ch. 26. 19.




n ver. 27.


ILOr,
Jlleuzal.






ch. 26. 15,




16.


a Oen. 25. 3.




t Heb.




clothes of




freedom.




I Gen. 25.




Lai. 60. 7.





Her irrecoverable fall.

occupied with thee in Iambs, and
and goats : in these were they thy



tthey
rams,
merchants.

22 The merchants of "Sheba andRaamah,
they were thy merchants : they occupied in
thy fairs with chief of all spices, and with
all precious stones, and gold.

23 ^ Haran, and Canneh, and Eden, the
merchants of y Sheba, Asshur, and Chilmad,
were thy merchants.

24 These were thy merchants in || all sorts
of things, in blue t clothes, and broidered
work, and in chests of rich apparel, bound
with 'cords, and made of cedar, among thy
merchandise.

25 »The ships of Tarshish did sing of
thee in thy market; and thou wast reple-
nished, and made very glorious » in the midst
of the seas.

26 II Thy rowers have brought thee into
great waters : *• the east wind hath broken
thee in the f midst of the seas.

27 Thy "= riches, and thy fairs, thy mer-
chandise, thy- mariners, and thy pilots, thy
calkers, and the occupiers of thy merchan-
dise, and all thy n\en of war, that are in
thee, II and in all thy company which is in the
midst of thee, shall fall into the t midst of
the seas, in the day of thy ruin.

28 The II suburbs ^ shall shake at the sound
of the cry of thy pilots.

29 And "all that, handle the oar, the
mariners, and all the pilots of the sea, shall
come down from their ships, they shall stand
upon the land ;

30 And.shall cause their voice to be heard
against thee, and shall cry bitterly, and shall
'"cast up dust upon their heads, they ^ shall
wallow themselves in the ashes :

31 And they shall ""make themselves
utterly bald for thee, and gird them with
sackcloth, and they shall weep for thee with
bitterness of heart and bitter wailing.

32 And in their wailing they shall ' take
up a lamentation for thee, and lament over
thee, saying, ^ What city is like Tyrus, like
the destroyed in the midst of the sea ?

33 'When thy wares went forth out of
the seas, thou filledst many people ; thou
didst enrich the kings of the earth with the
multitude of thy riches and of thy merchan-
dise.

34 In the time when "" thou shalt be broken
by the seas in the depths of the waters, " thy
merchandise and all thy company in the midst
of thee shall fall.

35 "All the inhabitants of the isles shall
be astonished at thee, and their kings shall
be sore afraid, they shall be troubled m their

countenance.

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God's judgment on the prince of Tyrus.

36 The merchants among the people p shall
hiss at thee; ithou shalt be fa terror, and
t never sTialt he any more.

CHAP. XXVIII.

1 God's jtidgment upon the prince of Tyrus for his
sacrilegious pride. W A lamentation of his great
glory corrupted hy sin. 20 The judgment of Zidon.



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