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47, 48.
Neh. 1. B, 7.
& 9. 33, 34.
Ps. 106. 6.
Isai. 64. 5,
6. 7.

Jer. 14. 7.
ver. 15.

f 2 Chron.
36. 15. 16.
vei.-JO.



B Neh. 9. 33.
11 Or.
thou iiaet,



i Neh. 9. 17.
Ps. 130. 4, 7.



k ver. 6.



1 Irai. 1. 4,

5,6.

Jer. 8. 5, 10.



m Lev. 26.

14, &c.
Dout. 27.

15, ice. &
28. 15, &c.
&.29.20,
ice. Ic 30.
17, 18. & 31.
17, &c. &
32. 19, &c.
Lam. 2. 17.
n Zech. 1. 6.
o Lam. 1.
12. & 2. 13.
Ezek. .5. 9.
Amos 3. 2.



p Lev. 26.
14, &c.
Deut. 28. 15.
Lam. 2. 17.
g liai. 9. 13.
Jer. 2. 30.
&,5.3.
Hoa. 7. 7,
10.

t Heb.
entreated we
not the face
of the, A'C.
r Jer. 31.28.
& 44. 27.



s Neh. 9. 33.
ver. 7.



Before
CHRIST

about 538.



t VBr. 10.

u Exod.6.1,

6. & 32. 11.

1 Kings &

51.

Net. 1.10.

Jer. 32. 21.

t Hob.

made thee a

name.

X Exod. 14.

18.

Nob. 9. 10.

Jor. 32. 20.

y ver. 5.

z 1 Sam. 12,

7.

Ps. 31. 1. &

71. 2.

Mic. 6. 4, 5.

a ver. 20.

Zech. a. 3.

b Exod. 20.

5.

c Lam. 2.

15,16.

d Ps. 44. 13,

14. & 79. 4.



e Numb. 6.

25.

Ps. B7. 1. &

80. 3, 7, 19.

f Lam. 5. 18.

g vor. 19.

John 16. 24.

hlsai.37.17,

i E.xod. 3. 7.

Ps.80.14,

&c.

k Jer. 25. 29.

t Hcb.

wliereupon

thy name is

called.

t Heb. cause

to fall,

Jor. 36. 7.



1 Ps. 79. 9,
10. &. 102.
15, 16.



m Ps. 32. 5.
Isal. 65. 24.

n ch. 8. 16.
t Heb. with
meanness,
or, flight.
o ch. 8. 18.
& 10. 10. 16.
p 1 Kings
18.36.
t Heb. to
make thee
skilful of
understand-

T Hcb.ifforrf.
a ch. 10. 12.
r ch. 10. 11.
19.

t Heb. a man
of desires.
s Matt. 24.
15.

* They be-
gin from the
20lh of Ar-
taxerxes.
See Numb.
14.34.
Ezek. 4. 6.
II Or, to
restrain*
II Or, to
seal up.
Lam. 4. 22.
t lsai.53. 10.
ulsai.53. 11.
Jer. 23.5,0.
Hebr.9. 12.
Rev. 14. 6.
t Heb.
prophet.
X Ps. 4S. 7.
Luke 1. 35.
John 1.41.
Hebr. 9. 11.
y ver. 23.
Malt. 24. 15.
z Ezra 4.
24.&«. 1,
1.5. & 7. 1.
Neh. 2. 1, 3,
5.6.8.
1| Or, to
build again
Jerusalem :
as 2 Sam.

15. 25.
Ps. 71. 20.

a John 1. 41.
&4. 25.
b Isai.55. 4.
r Hob. shall
return and
be buildcd.
||0r, breach,
or. ditch,
c Neh. 4. 8,

16, 17, 18.
T'Heb. in
strait of
times,
Neh. 6. 15.



TTie seventy weeTes foretold.

works which he doeth: *for we obeyed not
his voiqp.

15 And now, O Lord our God, "that hast
brought thy people forth out of the land of
Egypt with a mighty hand, and hast f gotten
thee ^renown, as at this day; ywe have sin-
ned, we have done wickedly.

16 HO Lord, '^ according to all thy right-
eousness, I beseech thee, let thine anger and
thy fury be turned away from thy city Jeru-
salem, *thy holy mountain: because for our
sins, •> and for the iniquities of our fathers,
"Jerusalem and thy people ^are become a
reproach to all that are about us.

17 Now therefore, O our God, hear the
prayer of thy servant, and his supplications,
^ and cause thy face to shine upon thy sanc-
tuary ''that is desolate, sfor the Lord's sake.

18 "^ O my God, incline thine ear, and
hear; open thine eyes, 'and behold our deso-
lations, and the city "^f which is called by thy
name : for we do not f present our supplica-
tions before thee for our righteousnesses, but
for thy great mercies.

19 O Lord, hear ; O Lord, forgive ; O.
Lord, hearken and do ; defer not, ' for thine
own sake, O my God : for thy city and thy
people are called by thy name.

20 H " And while I was speaking, and
praying, and confessing my sin, and the sin of
my people Israel, and presenting my suppli-
cation before the Lord my God for the holy
mountain of my God ;

21 Yea, while I was speaking in prayer,
even the man "Gabriel, whom I had seen in
the vision at the beginning, being caused to
fly t swiftly, "touched me p about the time of
the evening oblation.

22 And he informed me, and talked with
me, and said, O Daniel, I am now come forth
fto give thee skill and understanding.

23. At the beginning of thy supplications
the t commandment came forth, and "3 1 am
come to shew thee ; ' for thou art f greatly
beloved : therefore " understand the matter,
and consider the vision.

24 * Seventy weeks are determined upon
thy people and upon thy holy city, || to finish
the transgression, and {| to make an end of
sins, *and to make reconciliation for iniquity,
" and to bring in everlasting righteousness,
and to seal up the vision and f prophecy,
''and to anoint the Most Holy.

25 yKnow therefore and understand, that
from the going forth of the commandment
I to restore and to build Jerusalem unto " the

Messiah •> the Prince shall be seven weeks,
and threescore and two weeks: the street
t shall be built again, and the ||wall, "even
fin troublous times.

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Daniel seeth a vision.

26 And after threescore and two weeks
^ shall Messiah be cut off, « ||but not for him-
self: II and ^the people of the prince that
shall come e shall destroy the city ^ and the
sanctuary ; ' and the end thereof shall he
''with a flood, and unto the end of the war
II desolations are determined.

27 And he shall confirm || • the covenant
with "many for one week: and in the. midst
of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and
the oblation to cease, || and for the over-
spreading of " abominations, he shall make it
desolate, ° even until the consummation, and
that determined shall be poured || upon the
desolate.

CHAP. X.

1 Daniel having humbled himself seeth a vision. 10
Being troubled with fear he is comforted by the an-
gel.

IN the third year of Cyrus king of Persia
a thing was revealed unto Daniel, * whose
name was called Belteshazzar; •'and the thing
was true, "but the time appointed was f long :
.and ^ he understood the thing, and had under-
standing of the vision.

2 In those days I Daniel was mourning
three tfull weeks.

3 I ate no t pleasant bread, neither came
flesh nor wine in my mouth, ^ neither did I
anoint myself at all, till three whole weeks
were fulfilled.

4 And in the four and twentieth day of
the'first month, as I was by the side of the
great river, which is '^Hiddekel ;

5 Then si lifted up mine eyes, and looked,
and "^ behold fa certain man clothed in linen,
whose loins were 'girded with ■'fine gold of
Uphaz :

6 His body also was ■ like the beryl, and
his face "• as the appearance of lightning,
"and his eyes as lamps of fire, and his arms
"and his feet like in colour to polished brass,
P and the voice of his words like the voice of
a multitude,

7 And I Daniel i alone saw the vision :
for the men that were with me saw not the
vision ; but a great quaking fell upon them,
so that they fled to hide themselves.

8 Therefore I was left alone, and saw this
great vision, ■■ and there remained no strength
in me : for my || ' comeliness was turned in me
into corruption, and I retained no strength.

9 Yet heard I the voice of his words :
' and when I heard the voice of his words,
then was I in a deep sleep on my face, and
my face toward the ground.

10 IT "And behold, an hand touched me,
which t set me upon my knees and upon the
palms of my hands,



DANIEL.



Before
CHRIST
about 538.



il Isai. 53. 8.
Mark 9. 12.
Luke 24. 26,
46.

e 1 Pet. 2.
21. & 3. 18.
II Or. and
shall have
nothing,
John 14. 30.
II Or, and
[the Jews]
they shall be
no more his
people.
ch. U. J7.
or, and the

frince^s
Messiah^s,
ver. 25.]
future peo-
ple.

r Malt. 22.7.
e Luke 1<J.
44.

h Matt. 24. 2.
i Matt. 21. 0,
14.

k Isai. 8. 7. 8.
ch.ll.lO.M.
Nah.1.8.
II Or, it shall
be cut ojf by
desolations.
II Or, a.

I Isai. 42. 6.
& 55. 3.
.Ter. 31. 31.
Ezek. 16.63,
61 62.

iTi Isai. 53.11.
Matt. 26. 28.
Rom. 5. 15.
19.
Hebr. 9. 28.

II Or, and
uponthcbat-
tlcnients
shall be the
idols of the
desolator.

n Matt. 24.
15.

Mark 13. 14.
Luke 21. 20.

See Isai.
10. 22, 23. &
28.22.

ch. 11.36.
Luke 21. 24.
Rom. 11. 26.
II Or, upon
the desola-
tor.

about 534.
a ch. 1. 7.
b ch. 8. 26.
Rev. 19. 9.
c ver. 14.
THeb.
great.
a ch. 1. 17.
4; 8. 16.
t Heh. weeks
of days.

1 Hcb. bread
of desires.

e Matt. 6. 17.
f Gen. 2. 14.
g Josh. 5. 13.
hch. 12.6,
7.

t Heh. one
■man.
\ Rev. 1.
13, 14, 15.
& 15. 6.
k Jer. 10. 0.
1 Ezek. 1. 10.

m Ezek, 1.

14.

n Rev. 1. 14.

& 19. 12.

o Ezek. 1.7.

Rev. 1. 15.

p Ezek. 1.

24.

Rev. 1. 15.



q 2 Kings 6.
17.
Acte9 7.



r ch 8.27.



t ch. 8. 18.



u Jer. 1. 9.
ch. 9. 21.
Rev. 1. 17.
T Heb.
moved.



Before
CHRIST
about 534.



X ch. 9. 23.

t Heb.

a man of

desires.

t Heb. stand

upon iky

standing.



y Rev. 1.17.



7. ch. 9. 3, 4,
22,23.
Acts 10. 4.

a ver. 20.



b*vcr. 21.
ch. 12. 1.
Jude 9.
Rev. 12. 7.

II Or,
the first.



c Gen. 49.1.
ch. 2.-2§.
d ch. 8. 26.
vor. I.
Hab. 2. 3.



e ver. 9.
oil. 8. 18.



f ch. 8. 15.



g ver
Jer. 1



II Or, this
servant of
my lord.



i ver. 11.
k Judg. 6.
23.



1 ver. 13.



t Hob.
strensthen-
eth himself.
m ver. 13.
Jude 9.
Rev. 12. 7



a cb.
b ch.



He is comforted hy the angel.

11 And he said unto me, O Daniel, *ta
man greatly beloved, understand the words
that I speak unto thee, and t stand upright :
for unto thee am I now sent. And when
he had spoken this word unto' me, I stood
trembling.

12 Then said he unto me, ^Fear not,
Daniel : for from the first day that thou didst
set.thine heart to understand, and to chasten
thyself before thy God, ^thy words were
heard, and I am come for thy words.

13 ''But the prince of the kingdom of
Persia withstood me one and twenty days :
but lo, •> Michael, || one of the chief princes,
came to help me ; and I remained there with
the kings of Persia.

14 Now I am come to make thee under-
stand what shall befall thy people «^in the
latter days: ^for yet the vision is for many
days.

15 And when he had spoken such words
unto me, « I set my face toward the ground,
and I became dumb.

16 And behold, ^one like the similitude
of the sons of men e touched my lips : then
I opened my mouth, and spake, and said unto
him that stood before me, O my lord, by the
vision ^ my sorrows are turned upon me, and
I have retained no strength.

17 For how can || the servant of this my
lord talk with this my lord ? for as for me,
straightway there remained no strength in
me, neither is there breath left in me.

18 Then there came again and touched
me one like the appearance of a man, and he
strengthened me,

19 'And said, O man greatly beloved, "^ fear
not : peace he unto thee,- be strong, yea, be
strong. And when he had spoken unto- me,
I was strengthened, and said, Let my lord
speak; for thou hast strengthened me.

20 Then said he, Knowest thou wherefore
I come unto thee ? and now will I return to
fight %ith the prince of Persia : and when
I am gone forth, lo, the prince of Grecia shall
come.

21 But I will shew thee that which is
noted in the scripture of truth : and there is
none that fholdeth with me in these things,
'"but Michael your prince.

CHAP. XL

1 The overthroio of Persia by the king of Grecia. 5
Leagues and conflicts between the kings of the south
and of the north. 30 The invasion and tyranny of the
Romans.

ALSO I, "in the first year of ''Darius the
Mede, even I, stood tcJ confirm and to
strengthen him.

2 And now will I shew thee the truth.
Behold, there shall stand up yet three kings
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Leagues and conflicts between the

in Persia ; and the fourth shall be far richer
than they all : and by his strength through
his riches, he shall stir up all against the
realm of Grecia.

3 And "=a mighty king shall stand up,
that shall rule with great dominion, and ■' do
according to his will.

4 And when he shall stand up, .« his king-
dom shall be broken, and shall be divided
toward the four winds of heaven; and not to
his posterity, ^ nor according to his dominion
which he ruled: for his kingdom shall be
plucked up, even for others besides those.

5 1 And the king of the south shall be
strong, and one of his princes ; and he shall
be strong above him, and have dominion ; his
dominion shall be a great dominion.

6 And in the end of years they t shall join
themselves together; for the king's daughter
of the south shall come to the king of the
north to make fan agreement : but she shall
not retain the power of the arm ; neither
shall he stand, nor his arm: but she shall be
given up, and they that brought her, and
II he that begat her, and he that strengthened
her in these times.

7 But out of a branch of her roots shall
one stand up || in his estate, which shall come
with an army, and shall enter into the for-
tress of the king of the north, and shall deal
against them, arid shall prevail :

8 And shall alsp carry captives into Egypt
their gods, with their princes, and with
t their precious vessels of silver and of gold;
and he shall continue more years than the
king of the north.

9 So the king of the south shall come
into his kingdom, and shall return into his
own land.

10 But his sons || shall be stirred up, and
shall assemble a multitude of great forces :
and one shall certainly come, sand overflow,
and pass through : || then shall he return, and
be stirred up, ^even to his fortress.

11 And the king of the south shall be
moved with choler, and shall come forth and
fight with him, even with the king of the
north : and he shall set forth a great multi-
tude ; but the multitude shall be given into
his hand.

12 And when he hath taken away the
multitude, his heart shall be lifted up ; and
he shall cast down many ten thousands : Jjut
he shall not be strengthened hy it.

13 For the king of the north, shall return,
and shall set forth a multitude greater than
the former, and shall certainly come t after
certain years with a great army and with
much riches.

14 And in thosp times there shall many



CHAP. XL



Bofore
CHRIST
about 534.



c ch. 7. C. dt

8.5.

(I ch. a 4.

ver. IC, 36.



ch. 8. 8.



f ch. 8. SS.



t Heb.
shail asso-
ciate them-
selves.



T Heb.
rights.



wkom she

brought

forth.



n Or.

171 hift place.



r Heb.
vessels of
their desire.



II Or,
shall war.



e Isai. 8. 8.
ch.9. 26.

II Or, then
shall he be
stirred up
again.
h vor. 7.



T Heb.

at the end of

times, even

years,

ch. 4. 16. &.

12.7.



Berore
CHRIST
about 534.



t Hob.

the children

of robbers.



t Heb.
t/ic dtp of
munitions.



t Heb.

ifie people of

his chuicgs.



i ch. 8. 4, 7.
ver. 3, 36.

k Josh. 1. 5.



II Or,

goodly land,
ch. 8. 9.
ver. 41, 45.
t Heb.
the land of
ornament.

I 2 Chron.
20. 3.

II Or.
mjuh up-
rightTiess:
or, equal
covdttitms,
tHch.

to corrupt.

m ch. 9, 36.



t Heb.
jfor him.
t Heb. his
reproach.



n Job 30. 8.
Ps. 37. 36.
Ezek.3G.31.

in his place,
ver. 7.
t Heb.
one that
causeth an.
exactor to



angers.
II Or,

in his place.
o ch. 7. 8. &
8. 9, 23, 25.



p ver. 10.



<1 ch. 8. 10,
11, 35.



Fulfillod
about 171.



II Or,
into the
peaceable
and fat, ii!-c.



t Hob. .
t/iink his
Uioughts,

Fnlfilled
about 170.



kings of the south and of the north.

stand up against the king of the south : also
tthe robbers of thy people shall exalt them-
selves to estabhsh the vision; but they shall
fall.

15 So the king of the north shall come,
and cast up a mount, and take tthe most
fenced cities.: and the arms of the south
shall not withstand, neither this chosen peo-
ple, neither shall there he any strength to
withstand.

16 But he that cometh against him ' shall
do according to his own will, and ''none shall
stand before him : and he shall stand in the
II t glorious land, which by* his hand shall be
consumed.

17 He shall also 'set his face to enter with
the strength of his whole kingdom, and || up-
right ones with him ; thus shall he do : and
he shall give him the daughter of women,
t corrupting her : but she shall not stand on
his side, ""neither be for him.

18 After this shall he turn his face unto
the isles, and shall take many : but a prince
t for his own behalf shall cause t the reproach
offered by him to cease ; without his own
reproach he shall cause it to turn upon him.

19 Then he shall turn his face toward the
fort of his own land : but he shall stumble
and fall, "and not be found.

20 Then shall stand up j] in his estate t o
raiser of taxes in the glory of the kingdom :
but within few days he shall be destroyed,
neither in t anger, nor in battle.

21 And. II in his estate "shall stand up a
vile person, to whom they shall not give the
honour of the kingdom : but he shall come
in peaceably, and obtain the kingdom by
flatteries.

22 pAnd with the arms of a flood shalh
they be overflown from before him, and shall
be broken ; "lyea, also the prince of the cove-
nant.

23 And after the league made with him
■^he shall work deceitfully : for he shall come
up, and shall become strong with a small
people.

24 He shall enter || peaceably even upon
the fattest places of the province; and he
shall do that which his fathers have not done,
nor his fathers' fathers ; he shall scatter
among them the prey, and spoil, and riches -•
yea, and he shall tforecast his devices against
the strong holds, even for a time.

25 And he shall stir up his power and
his courage against the king of the south
with a great army; and the king of the south
shall be stirred up to battle with a very great
and mighty army ; but he shall not stand :
for they shall forecast devices agamst hjm.

26 Yea, they that feed of the portion ot

751



The invasion and tyranny

his meat shall destroy him, and his army
shall 'overflow: and many shall fall down
slain.

27 And both these kings' t hearts shall he
to do mischief, and they shall speak lies at
one table; but it shall not prosper: for "yet
the end shall, he at the time appointed.

28 Then shall he return into his land
with great riches; and yhis heart shall he
against the holy covenant; and he shall do
exploits, and return to his own land.

29 At the time appointed he shall return,
and come toward the south ; "■ but it shall not
be as the former,' * or as the latter.

, 30 1 ''For the ships of Chittim shall come
against him : therefore he shall be grieved,
and return, and have indignation •= against the
holy covenant : so shall he do ; he shall even
return, and have intelligence with them that
forsake the holy covenant.

3 1 And arms shall stand on his part, " and
they shall pollute the sanctuary of strength,
and shall take away the daily sacrifice, and
they shall place the abomination that |] maketh
desolate.

32 And such as do wickedly against the
covenant shall he || corrupt by flatteries : but
the people that do know their God shall be
strong, and do exploits.

33 ' And they that understand among the
people shall instruct many: ■'yet they shall
fall by the sword, and by flame, by captivity,
and by spoil, mtiny days.

34 Now when they shall fall, they shall
be holpen with a little help : but many shall
cleave to them with flatteries.

35 And some of them of understanding
shall fall, " to try || them, and to purge, and

- to make them white, ° even to the time of
the pnd : p because it is yet for a time ap-
pointed.

36 And the king i shall do according to
his will ; and he shall ^ exalt himself, and
magnify himself above every god, and shall
speak marvelloue things ^ against the God of
gods, and shall prosper Hill the indignation
be accomplished : for that that is determined
shall be done.

3'* Neither shall he regard the God of his
fathers, "nor the desire of women, ^nor re-
gard any god : for he shall magnify himself
above all.

38 II But t in his estate shall he honour the
god of II t forces : and a god whom his fathers
knew not shall he honour with gold, and
silver, and with precious stones, and t plea-
sant things.

39 Thus shall he do in the fniost strong
holds with a strange god, whom he shall ac-
knowledge and increase with glory : and he



DANIEL.



Before


Before


(JURIST


CHRIST


about 534.


about 534.


t ver. 10, 22.


t Heb.




a price.


t Heb.


y ver. 35.


their hearts.




u ver. 29,
M, 40.
ch. 8. 19.


z Isai. 21. 1.


Zech. 9. 14.
a Ezek. 38.




4,15.




Rev. 9. 16.




b ver. 10,


J ver. 22.


22.




II Or,




goodly land.




ver. 16.




J Heb.

land of de-






light, or.




ornament.


z ver. 23.


c Isai. 11.




14.


a vsr. 25.




b Numb. 24.




24.


t Heb.


Jer. 2. 10.


sendforth.


c ver. 28.




Fulfilled




about 169.




Fulfilled




about 168.


i E.-iod. 11.


e ch. 8. 11.


8.


& 12. 11.


Jude. 4. 10.


11 Or,




astonisjip.th.




II Or,




catiKe to




dissemble.






c Ps. 48. 2.




ver. 16, 41.




2Tliess.2.4.




II Or


i Mai. 2. 7.


ffooaly.
t Heb.


It Hchr. 11.


mountain of


35, &c.


delight of




holiness.




f 2 The33. 2.




f.




Rev. 19. 20.




a ch. 10. 13,




21.




h Isai. 26.




20, 21.


n <-h. 12. 10.


.ler. 30. 7.


1 Pet. 1. 7.


Matt. 24. 21.


II Or,


Kev. 16. 18.


b]/ them.




o ch. 8. 17,




19.


c Rom. 11.


ver. 40.


26.


p ver. 29.


d Eiod. 32.




32.


q ver. 16.


Ps. 56. a &
60. 28.


r ch. 7. 8,


Ezek. 13.9.


25. & 8. 25.


Luke 10. 20.


2 Thess. 2.


Phil. 4. 3.


4.


Rev. 3. 5.


Rev. 13. .5,6.


& 13. 8.


B ch. 8. 11,


e Matt. 25.


24, 25.


46.


t ch. 9. 27.


.lohn 5. 28,
29




Acts 24. 1.5.




f Isai. 66. 24.




Rom. 0.21.


u 1 Tim. 4.


g ch. 11. 33,


3.

X Isai. 14.


il'^br,
teachers.


13.

2Thesa.2.4.


h Prov. 4.

18.


ILO' - -..


Matt. 13. 43.


But in his


i Jam. 5.20.


stead.


k 1 Cor. 15.


t Heb.


41, 42.


as for the


fch. 8. 26.


.fllmisht]/


ver. 0.


God, in his


m Rev, 10.


seat he shall


4. & 22. 10.


honour, yea.


n ch. 10. 1.


he shall ho-


ver. 9.


nour a god,
whom, fyc.






II Or,




munitions.




t Heb.




Mavzzim,




or, Gods


t Heb.
lip.


pi-otectors.


t Heb.

thinss de-
sired.


ch. 10. 4.




I»ai. 44. 9.


p eh. 10. 5.


t Heb. ^
fortresses of


J Or,
from above.


munitions.



of the Romans.

shall cause them to rule over many, and shall
divide the land for tgain*

40 y And at the time of the end shall
the" king of the south push at him : and the
king of the north shall come against him
^like a whirlwind, with chariots, *and with
horsemen, and with many ships ; and he shall
enter into. the countries, ''and shall overflow
and pass over.

41 He shall enter also into the [| t glorious
land, and "many countries shall be over-
thrown : but these shall escape out of his
hand, "even Edom, andMoab, and the chief
of the children of Amraon.

42 He shall t stretch forth his hand also
upon the countries : and the land of Egypt
shall not escape.

43 But he shall have power over the
treasures of gold and of silver, and over
all the precious things of Egypt: and the
Lybians and the Ethiopians shall be "at his
steps.

44 But tidings out of the east and out of
the north shall trouble him : therefore he
shall go forth with great fury to destroy, and
utterly to make away many.

45 And he shall plant the tabernacles of
his palace between the seas in ''the ||t glo-
rious holy mountain : ^yet he shall come to
his end, and none shall help him.

CHAP. XII.

1 Michael shall deliver Israel from their troubles. 5
Daniel is informed of the times.

AND at that time shall "^Michael stand
up, the great prince which standeth for
the children of thy people : ''and there shall
be a time of trouble, such as never was since
there was a nation even to that same time :
and at that time thy people •= shall be deliver-
ed, every one that shall be found "^ written in
the book.

2 And many .of them that sleep in the
dust of the earth shall awake, ^ some to ever-
lasting life, and some to shame ^and ever-
lasting contempt.

3 And ethey thatbe || wise, shall ''shine as
the brightness of the firmament; 'and they
that turn many to righteousness, ''as the stars
for ever and ever.

4 ' But thou, O Daniel, ■" shut up the words,
and seal the book, even to "the time of the
end : many shall run to and fro, and know-
ledge shall be increased.

5 IT Then I Daniel looked, and behold,
there stood other two, the one on this side of
the thank of the river, and the other on that
side of the bank " of the river.

6 And one said to Pthe man clothed m
linen, which was \\ upon the waters of the

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