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Christ's hinglom. 31. And the s.rong shall be it's tow, lilled up; and be shall be brouglıl bus osodd the maker or it is a spark, and 13 and upon all the cedars ol Lebaki they shall both burn togellick, and non, that alre liigh and lifleu up,

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upon all the oaks of Bashan, CHA”. II.

14 And upou all the bigli mountains HE word that Is:uial the son of and upon all ile bills thai are lilled

Amoz saw conceming Judab and up, Jerusalein,

lo And upon every ligli tower, and 2 And it shall come to pass in the last upoil every fenced wall, dily's, thout llic mountain of the Lord's 16 And upon all the shipe of Tarshhouse shall be established in the top of isli, and upon all pleasant pictures. the mountains, and shall be exalted. 17 And tlie lolliness of nian shall be above the hills; and all nations shall bowed down, and the baughtiness of Dow unto il

inen shall be made low: and ebe Lord 3 And many people shall go and say, alone shall be exalted in that day. Come ye, and let us go up to the 18 And the idols he shall utterly joonntain or the Lord, to the house of abolishi, the God of Jacob; and he will teach 19 And they shall go into the holes 119 of his ways, and we will walk in of the rocks, and into the caves of the his paths: Por out of Zion shall go earth, for lear of the Lord,and for tlie prorth the lawy, and the word of the glory of lus majesty, when he ariseth LORD livin Jerusalem.

to shake terribly the earth. And he shall judge among the na. 20 In that day a man shall cast liis tions, and shall rebuke many people: idols of silver, and his idols of gold, and they shall beat their swords into which they made each me for him. plow-sliares, and their spears into sell to worship, to the moles and to pruning hooks: mation shall not like the bats; up sword aga11190 nation, neither sliall 21 To go into the clests of the rocka, tley Ipari war any more.

and into the tops of the ragged rocks, 50 house of Jacob, come ye, sund let for fear of the Lord, and for the glory us walk in ihe light of the LORD. of luis majesty, when lie ariseth to

6 T Thurefore thou hast forsaken thy shake terribly the eartlı people the house of Jacob, becaus. 22 Cease ye from inan, whose breath they be replenished froia ilie cast, is in luis nostrils; for wherein is lie to and are sooths:lyers like the Pbilis-be accounted or? lines, and they please themselves in

CHAP. III. the children of sliangels.

TOR,beliold, tlie LORD,llie LORD of 7 Tlieir land also is full of silver and boste,doth lake away from Jerugold, neither is there any end of their salem and liom Judab the stay and treasures; their land is also full of the stall, the whole stay of bread,and lvorses, neither is there any end of lhe whole stay of water, their chariots ;

2 The inighty mau, and the man of 8 Their land also is full of idols; they war, the judge, and the propliet, and worship the work of their own lands, the prudent, and the ancient, that which their own fingers have 3 The caplain of filly, and the lion. made:

ourable man, and the counsellor, and 9 and the mean man bowetlı down, the cunning artificer, and the elo. and the great man humbletla bimsell';quent orator, therefore forgive them not.

* And I will give children to be their 10 T Enter into the rock, and hide princesand babes suarule over them, thee ni le comt, for rear of the LORD, 5 And the people shall be oppressed, and for the glory of his majesty. every one by another, and every one

1 The lolls looks of man shall be by his neighbour; the child aliall be Trumbled, and the laughtiness of men lave himsell proudly against the on hall be bowed down, and the LORD cient, and the base agaiust the bonalone sliall be exalled in thirt day. ourable.

12 For the day of the Lord of hostal 6 When a man shall take hold of his shall be upon every one thul is proud brother, of the house of his father, and lony, and upua erery oike that is saying, Thou last clothing, be thou


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Clorist's kingdon shull CHAP. IV, V.

Uca sancleury our ruler, und let this ruin bc under and the mantles, and the wimples, thy band;

and die crisping pins, 7 In that day shall he swear, saying, 23 The glasses, and the fine linen, and I will not be a healer; for in my liousc the hoods, and the vails. is neither bread nor clothing: make 24 and it shall come to pass, that me not a ruler of the people.

linstead of sweet sinell there shall be 8 For Jerusaleın is ruined, aud Judal suink; and instead of a girlle a reut: is fallen; because their tongue and and instead of welt-set biair valdness; their doingy ure against the Lord, 10 and instead of a stomaclier a girding tiruvoke the eyes of bis glory. of sackcloth; and buiniug instead of

The aliow of their countenance beauty. Hou witness against them; and they 25 Thy men sliall fall by the sword, declare their sin as Sodoin, urey hide and thy miglity iu the war.

Wo unto their soul for tbey 26 Aud ber gates shall lament and bave rewarded evil unto themselves inourn; and sbe, being desolate, shall

10 Say ye' to the riguteous, ulrat it sit upon the ground. shall be well with him ; for they shall

CHAP. IV. eilt the fruit of their doings.

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ND in that day seren women shall 11 Wo unto the wicked! it shall be ill avith him; for llie reward of liis We will eatour own breuit, and wear lands stall be given liin.

our owo apparel; only let us be called 121 As for my people, children are by llay nume, to take away our retheir oppressors, and women rule orer proaci.

O iny people, they wlich leau 297 Lu that day slin}] llie branch of thee cituse thecloerr, and destrus the the LORD be beautiful und glorious, way of thy patlis.

and the fruit of the earth shall be ex 13 The Lord standeth up to plead, cellent and comely for them that are Eid stiindeth co judge the people.

Escaped of Israel. 14 The LORD wilt enler inlo juug 3 And it shall come to pass, that he ment with the ancients of his people, that is left in Zion, and he iliat re and the princes thereot: för se live maitreth in Jerusalem, sliall be called eillen ip lle vineyard; lhe spoil or boly, even every one that is written the poor is in your houses.

ainong the livmg in Jerusalem: 15 Whal mean ye thai ye beat my When the Lord stall liase washıcd people to pieces, urd grind the faces away the filthof Wie daughters of Zion, of the poor? saith the Lord God of and shall have purged the blood of je:

rusalein from the midst iliercor, by the 16 T Alorcorcr, the Lord saith, Be spill of judgment, and by the spirit cause the daughters of Zion are laugh- of burning. ty, and walk with stretched-forth 5 And the LORD will create upon necks and wanton eges, walking and every dwelling place of mount Zion, mincing (as they go, and making asand upon her assemblies, a cload aud linkling with their feet;

smoke by day, and the shining of a 17 Therefore the LORD will smite Buning fire by night: for upon al. willia scals the crown of the head of the glory shall be a delence. the daughters of Zion, and the LORD 6 And there shall be a tabernacle for will

cover their secret parls. a shadow in the day-time from the 18 In that day the LORD will take heat, and for a place of refuge, and for away the bravery of their tinkling a corert from scorin and from raio. ornaments about their feet, and their


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ed a song of nny 19 The chains, and the bracelets,and tuis vineyard. My well-beloved baui the mutlers,

a vineyard in a very fruilsul bill: 20 The bonnets, and the ornaments 2 And he fenced it, and gathered out of the legs, and tlie head-bands, and the stones thereof, and planted it with the tablets, and the ear-rings, the choicest vine, and built a tower in 21 Tlie rings, and nose jewels, the midst of it, and also made a wine22 The ciangeable suits of apparel,) press therein: and ise looked that it

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impicly and injustice. should bring forth grapes, and il brought humbled, and the eyes of the lofix forth will grapes.

shall be bumbled. 3 And now, 0 inhabitants of Jerusia 10 But the Lord of Losts shall be lem, and meo of Judilli, judge, I pray exalled io judgment, and God that is you, bel sixt me and nuy vineyard. holy shall be shuctified in righteouis4 What could have been done more ne9s. to my vineyard, that I have not done 17 Then shall the lambs feed after in it? wherefore, wben I looked that their manner, and the waste places of it should bring fortb grapes, brought the fint ones shall strangers eat it forth wild grapes?

18 lVo unto thien that drie w iniquity 6 And now yo 10; I will tell you with cords of vavity, and sin as it wliac I will do lomny vineyard: I will were will a carl-lope: take away the hedge thereof, and it 19 That say, Let hiin make speed, shall be eaten up; und break down and lasten his work, that we may see The wall thereof, and it shall be trou. it: and let the counsel of the Holy 0114 len down:

of Israel draw nigli aud come, tiit 6 And I will lay it waste: it sliall not we may know it! be pruned, nor digged; but there sball 20 Wo unto them that call evil come up briers and thorns: I will also good, and good evil; that put dark command the clouds that they rain wess for light, and light fur darkness; no min upon it

Liat put bitter for sicet, and sweet 7 For the vineyard of the Lord or for bitter! ñosts is the house of Israel, and the 21 Wo unto them that are wise in inen of Judah his pleasant plant: and their own eyes, and prudent in thicir. le looked for judgment, but beluolu own siglit! pppression; for righteousness, but be 22 Wounto them that are mighty 10

sink wille, and inen of strenglli co 81 Wo unto them that join lioure to mingle strong drink: house, that lay field to field, till there 23 Vbich justily the wicked for ro be 110 place, that they may be placed warıl, and take away the righteous alone in the midst of the earthil ness of the righteous from him!

9 In mine ears, said the Lord or 24 Therefore as thchre devouretl tlie hosts, or a trull naily linuses shall be stubble, and the name consumelh the desolate, even great and fair, without chall, so their root shall be as rolleninhabitant

legs, and their blossom shall go up 10 Yea, ten acres of vineyard shall as dust: because they have cast arvay yield one ball, and the seed of a the law of the Lord of hosts, and je hoiner sbal} yield an ephal.

spised the word of the Holy One of 11 1 Wointoihem that rise up early Israel. in the inorning, that they may Tollow 25 Therefore is the anger of the LORV strong drink; that continue until kiudici agaiust his people, and he hatt night, cill wine inflame them! stretched forth bis hand against them,

12 And the harp, and the viol, the and hath smitten thici: and the hills tabret, and pipe, and wine, are in their did tremble, and their carcases ruere feasts: but they regard not the work tors in the midst of the streets. Foi of the LORD, neither consider the ope- all this big anger is not lurneu away, ration of his lands..

but his band is strelched out still. 13 | Therefore my people are gone 26 1 And he will lift up an ensign to into captivity', because ihey have no the nations from far, and will hiss knowledge; and their lionourable unto them from the aid of the eartlı : inen are lamislied, and their mulli.and, beholl, they shall come wille lude dried up with thirst.

speed swilly : 14 Therefore hell bath enlarged ber- 27 Nane shall be weary nor stuinble sell, and opened her mouth without among them; none shall slumber nor ineasure: and their glory, and their sleep; neither shall the girdle of their inultitude, and their pomp, and he loins be loosed, nor lhe latchet of their that rejoiceth, ahalldescend into it. shoca be broken:

15dud the incan man shall be brought 28 Whose arrows are shars, and all Jown, and the mighty mau shall be their bows bent, lbeir lorsca' hours

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thuis (rulloch shall be counted like Mine, and their without man, and ilic lund be uileriy Wheels like a whirlwind:

desolate, 29 Their roaring shall be like a lion, 12 And the LORD bare removed moj they shall roar like young lions : yea, lr away, and there be a great forsuliliay sliall roar, and lay hold of llieing in the unidst of the land. prey, and shallcarry it away sale, and| 13 | But yet in it shali be a tents, none shall deliver it.

and it shall return, and shall be eaten: 30 And in that day they shall roar as a tcil-tree, and as an oak, Whiose against them like the roaring of the substance is in them, when they cilst sta: and if one look unto the land, be their leaves, so the lioly seed shall be lold darkness and sorrow,and tbe liglite substance thereof. is darkened in the heavens tiereof,

CHAP. VII. CHAP. VL In the year thiet king Uziad died I AD it came to pass in the days of throne, bigli and lifted up and his train of Uzziah, king of Judah, that Rezing billed the temple.

the king of Syria, and Pekal tlie sou 2 Above it stood tbe seraphims: cach of Rémaliah, king of Israel, went up ouie Jiad six wingo; with twain lie toward Jerusalem, to war against it, covered bis face, and will twain be but could not prevail against it. covered his feel, and with twain he . And it was told the house of David, uid ny.

saying, Syria is confederate will be 3 dod one crice uto another, and phraim. And bis heart was moved, said, Holy, holy, holy, is the LORD of and tlielieart of bis people, as the trees nosle : the wbole carld is full of his of the wood are moved will the wind. blory,

3 Then s:uid the Lord unto Isaiili, + sind the posts of the door mored Go fortlı now 10 meet alliaz, tbou,ani at the roice of him that cried, and the Shear jishub lliy son, at the end of the liouse was filled with smoke.

conduit of the upper pool in llie higla 5 | Tlien said I, Wo is mel lor I am way of the fullera's field: Judune; because I am a man of un- 1 Aod say unto livin, Take beed, and clean lips, and I dwell in the midst of be quiet; lear noi, neitber be saiut. a people of unclean lips: for mine eyes bearted for the two lails of lbosc have seen the King, lhe Londorbosts. smoking firebrands, for the fierce an

6 Then llew one of the scrapbims ger of Rezin willi Syria, and of die son unto me, baving a live coal in his of Remaliah. hand, which he had taken with the 5 Because Syria, Ephraim, and tlie tougs from off ' ile altar:

son of Remalialı, hare lakeu evil coun 7 And he laid it upon my mouth, and sel against thee, saying, said, Lo, this hall touched thy lips;. 6 Let us go up against Judalı,and ver and thine iniquity is taken away, and it, and let us make a breach therein tby sin purged

for us, and set a king in the midst of 8 Also I heard the voice ortlic LORD, lit, even the son of Tabeat: Jlying, Whom shall I send, and who 7 Thus suith the Lord God, It shall will go for us? Then said I, Here am not stand, neither shall it come lo pass. I; send me.

8 Fortle head of Syria is Damascus, 9 | Aod be said, Go, and tell this and the lead of Damascus is Rezin; people, Hear ye indeed, but under and within threescore and five years sland not; and see ye indeed, but per- suall Ephraim be broken, tliat it be not ceive not.

a people, 10 Make the heart of tliis people fit, And Hie bead of Ephraim is Sama and wake their eyes lieary, and shut ria, and the head of Samarinis Reinitheir eyes : lest they see with their liali's son, Il ye will not believe, eyes, and liear with their ears, and un. surely se sliall not be established. derstand will their heart, and con. 10 TT Moreorer the Lord spake again vert, and be healed.

onto Abaz, saying, 11 Then said I, LORD,how long? And 11 Ask thee a sign of the LORD thy lieinswered, Until tbe cities lie wasicu God; ask il either in the depth, or in Willoul iuhalitunt, ami tlie houses the height above.


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me, Take thee a great roll, and of David; Is it a small thing for you write ir it with a man's pen coucerus to weary men, but will ye weary my ing Maler-sbala}.biaslı-baz. God also?

2 And I look unto me faithful wit i4 Therefore the Lord himself shall nesses to record, Uriah the priest,ana give you a sign ; Beliold, a virgin shall Zechariah the son of Jeberecbiali. conceive, and bear a son, and shall call 3 And I weut unto the propheless his name immanuel.

and slie conceived, and bare a son. 15 Butter and honey shall be eat, that|Then said the LORD lo ine, Call his le may know to reluse the evil, and name Nuhier sbalal-haslı-baz; choose the food.

4 For before the child shall have 16 Forbelore the cbild sball know to knowledge lo cry, My father, and iny reluse the evil, and choose the good, mother, The riches of Damascus and the land that thou abhorrest shall be the spoil of Samaria shall be takes forankra ut both her kinga.

away before the king of Assyria. 17 | The Lonn shall bring upon thee, 6 1 The Lord spake also unto me and upon thy people, and upon thy la- avain, saying, ther's louse, days that have not come, 6 Forasmuch as this people refuseth Hom the day that Ephraim departed the waters of Shiloals tliat go sostly, ud froin Judah; even the king of Assyria. rejoice in Rezin and Remaliah's son; 18 And it shall come to pass in that 7 Now therefore, behold, the LORD day, that the LORD shall biss for the bringeth up upon them the waters of lly iliai is in the ullermost part of the the river, strong and many, even the rivers of Egypt, and for the bee that king of Assyria, and all lis glory; an is in the land of Assyria.

be shall come up over all his channels, 19 And they shall come, and shall innd go over all his banks. rust all of them in tlie desolate valleys, 8 Andlie shall pass through Judal : and in the holes of the rocks, and upou be shallovertlow and go over; lie shall all thorns, and upou all bushes. reach even to tlie neck : and the

2 ln the saine day shall the LORD stretching out of his wings shall Gill aliave with a razor that is liired, name the breadth of tlıy land, o Immanuel. ly, by them beyond the river, by the 911 Associate yourselves, se peopk, king of Assyria, the head, and the hair and ye shall be broken in pieces; and olile leel: and it shall also consune give ear, all se of lar countries : gird the beard.

yourselves, and ye shall be broken in 21 And it shall come to pass in that pieces; yird yourselves, and ye sball Jay, that a man shall nourist a young be broken in pieces. cow and two sheep:

10 Take counsel together and it shall 22 And it shall come to pass, for the come to nouglit; speak the word, and abundance of milk chut they shall give, it shall not sland: Tor God is with us. Wallse shall eat butter: för buller and 11 | For the Lord spake llius lo me houey shall every one eat that is lell with a strong hand, and instrucled me in the land,

that I sbould not walk in the way of 23 And it shall come to pass in that this people, saying, day, that every plisce allall be, wliere 12 Say ye vot, A confedcracy, to all There were a thousand vines, at a then lu whom tliis people shall say, a thousand silverings, it sliall cuen be for confiderary; neither learye their lear, briers and torus.

vor be afraid, 24 Tith arrows and wit! bowg shall 13 Sauctly the LORD of hosts hinimen come thillier : because all the sell'; and let him be your lear, and let land shall become briers iud thorns. liim be your dread.

25 And on all hills that slidt be dig 14 And he shall be for a sanctuary'; ged with the mallock, there shall not but for a stone of stumbling, and for it tome thither the rear of briers and rock of ollence, to both the houses of thorus: but it shall be for the sending Israel; for å gin and for a snare to the forth of oxen, and for the treading of inbabitants of Jerusalem. lesser callle.

15 And many among then shall stum


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