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D Thus faith the Lord God, Let it suf

CHAP. XLVI. hice you, O princes of Israel : remove vio- 1 Ordinances for the prince ia kis stra417 tence and fpoil, and execute judgment and 9 and for the people, justice, take away your exactions from my Thinner court that looketh towards

"Hus faith the Lord God, The gate of the people, faich the Lord God.

10 Ye thall have jutt balances, and a juft caft fhall be thut the fix working days, but ephal, and a juft bath.

on the Cabbath it thall be opened, and in the 11 The ephah and the bath shall be of day of the new moon ithall be opened one measure, that the bath may contain the 2 And the prince thall criter by the way tenth part of an homer, and the ephiah the the porch of laat gate without, and thailid tenth part of an komer: the measure there. by the post of the gate, and the pried: 4 of shall be after the homer.

prepare his burnt-offering, and his pesce 12 And the thekel Jhall be twenty gerahs; ferings, and ho shall worthip at the ihre twenty thekels, tive and twenty shekels, tif. of the gate: then he fall go forth; but the teer; thekels, thall be your maneh.

gate thall not be shut until

the evening 13 This is the oblation that ye shall offer; 3 Likewise the people of the land 2 the lixth part of an ephah of an homer of worthip at the door of this gate before the wheat, andaye shall give the fixth part of LORD, in the fabbaths, and in the me an cphah of an homer of barley.

moons, 14 Concerning the ordinance of oil, the 4 And the burnt-offering that the prisut bath of oil, ye hall oljer the tenth part of thall offer unto the Lord in the fabisauta bath out of the cor, which is an homer of shall be fix lambs without blemith, and a rza en baths; for ten baths are an homer: without blemish.

15 And one lamb out of the flock, out of 5 And the meat-offering thall be an epitel two hundred, out of the fat paftures of Israel, for a ram, and the meat-offering for for a meat-ofiering, and for a burnt-offering, lambs as he thall be able to give, and an and for peace-offerings, to make reconcilia- of oil to an ephah. tion for them, laith the Lord God.

6 And in the day of the ocv a 16 All the people of the land thall give this hall be a young bullock without blemia oblation for the prince in Ifrael.

and tix lambs, and a ram : they hall be wit 17 And it shall be the princes part to give out blemith. burnt-offerings, and meat-offerings, and

? And he fhall prepare a meat ofiering, an drink-offerings in the fealls, and in the ephah for a bullock, and an epluah for a var. new-moons, and in the fabbaths, in all for and for the lambs according as his hand its lemnitics of the house of Ifrael: he shall attain unto, and an hin of oil to an epiph. prepare the fin-offering, and the meat-of 8 And when the prince thall enter, he dai f'cring, and the burat-offering, and the peace go in by the way of the porch of the parts, oflcrings, to make reconciliation for the and he shall go forth by the way thered. house of Israel. 18 Thus faith the Lord Gop, In the first shall come before the LORD in the Toten

9. But when the people of the mon!h, in the firft day of the month, thou feafts, he that entereth in by the way ihalt take a young bullock without blemith, north gate to worship, thall go out by the and cieanse the landuary:

way of the south gate, and he that extra 19 And the priest thall take of the blood by the way of the south gate, shall go for of the in-ofiering, and put it upon the pofts by the way of the north gate: he had no of the house, and upon the four corners of return by the way of the gate whereor Her the settle of the altar, and upon the posts came in, but thall go forth over agaight it of the gate of the inner-court.

10 And the prince in the midd of the 20 And so thou shalt do the seventh day when they go in, thall go in; and we of the month, for every one that erreth, they go forth, thall go forth. and for him that is simple: fo thall ye recon 11 And in the leafts, and in the fact cile the house. 21 In the first month, in the fourteenth day a bullock, and an ephah to a rara; and

ties, the meat-offering thall be an optat of the month, ye shall have the pafsover, a the lambs as he is able to give, and we Seart of seven days; unleavened brcad thall of oil to an epluh. be eaten.

12 Now when the prince fhall prepat 22 And upon that day thall the prince pre voluntary burnt-ofiering, or peace ortering pare for himnul, and for all the people of voluntarily unto the LORD, der tall the land, a bullock for a fin-ofiering. open him the gate that lookerd towe

23 And seven days of the feast hc Mall cast, and he thall prepare his burut-air prepare a burnt-offering to the LORD, seven and his peace-offerings, as he did og táck bullocks and seven rams without blemith, bath-day: then he thall go forth,

ang daily the seven days: and a kid of the goats his going forth one thall ihut the gate daily for å fin-offering.

13 Thou shalt daily prepare a bnmi 24 And he shall prepare a meat-offcring ing unto the Lord of a lamb of the firs of an ephan for a bullock, and an eplah for without blemith; thou thalt prepare la a ram, and aa hin of oil for an cphah. morning

as in the feventh month, in the hfteenth 14 And thou shalt prepare a mest day of the month, fall he do the like in the for it every morning, the exis part al fcall of the seven days, according to the ephah, and the third part of an hatna fin

vering, according to the burnt-offering, có temper with the tine four; a must and according to the meat-ofiering, and ac- ing contimally, by a perpetual orie cording to the oil,

unto the LORD.

hus fall they prepare the lamb, and 6 I And he said unto me, son of man, haft at offering, and the oil, every morn- thou (cen this? Then he brouglt me,and caura continual burnt-offering.

fed me to return to the brink of the river, *Thus faith the Lord God, if the 7 Now, when I had returned, behold, at give a gist unto any of his fons, the the bank of the river were very many trees ance thereof thall be his fons; it mall on the one side and on the other. poffeffion by inheritance.

8 Then said he unto me, These waters ut if he givé a gift of Iris inheritance issue out toward the east country, and go of his servants, then it shall be his down into the desert, and go into the sea; year of liberty; after, it thall return which being brought forth into the sea, the prince: but his inheritance Mall be waters thall be healed. for them.

9 And it shall come to pass, that every foreover, the prince shall not take of thing that liveth, which noreth, whither sples inheritance by oppression, to fuever the rivers shall come, shall live: and ghem out of their poflethon : but he there thall be a very great multitude of fith, Ive his sons inheritance out of his because these waters thall come thither : for: fleffion, that my people be not scat- they thall be licaled ; and every thing thall very man from his poffeffion.

live whither the river cometh. After he brought me through the 10 And it thall come to pass, that the which you at the fide of the gate, in- fifhers thall tand upon it, from En-gedi even. Joly chambers of the priests, which unto En-eglaim; they ihall be a place to toward the north : and behold, there spread forth nets; their fith thall be accordplace on the two kides weft ward. ing to their kinds, as the fith of the great sca, hen said he unto me, This is the place exceeding many; the priests shall boil the trefpals-of- 1! But the miry places thercof, and the nd the fin-offering, where they shall marishes thereof, Ihall not be licaled; thcy E mcat-offering ; that they bear them thall be given to talt. into the outer court, to lanctify the 12 And by the river, upon the bank there.

of, on this lide and on that fide, shall grow Sen he brought me forth into the outer all treus for meat, whose leaf shall not iade, and caused me to pass by the four neither thall the fruit thereof be consumed of the court; and hehold, in every it shall bring forth new fruit according to

the court there was a court. his inonths, because their waters they ified 1 the four corners of the court there out of the sanctuary; and the fruit thereof turts joined of forty cubits long, and shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for Toadthere four corners were of one medicine.

13 ! Thus faith the Lord God, This Mall nd there was a row of building round be the border whereby ye ihall inherit the them, round about them four, and land, according to the twelve tribes of Israel, made with boiling-places under the Joseph shall have trvo portions. and about.

14 And ye shall inherit it, one as well as lion faid he anto me, These are the another; concerning the which I lifted up

them that boil, where the mini. mine hand to give it unto your fathers : and the house thall boil the sacrifice of this land shall fall unto you for inl.eritance. ple.

15 And this shall be the border of the land CHAP. XLVII.

toward the north fide, from the great sea, the Tiim of the holy waters : 6 the virtue way of Hethlon, as men go to Zedad; Th. 1The borders of the land. 16 Hamath, Berothal, Sibraim, which is Tward be brought me again unto the between the border of Damascus and the or of the honfe ; and bchod, waters border of Hamath ; llazar-hatticon, which it trom under the threthold of the is by the coast of Haur.n. batt ward : for the forc-front of the 11 And the border from the sea shall be ined toward the eart, and the waters Hazar-enan, the border of Damafcus, and own from under, from the right side the north northward, and the berder of house, at the south side of the altar. Hamath, And this is the north fide. en brought he me out of the way of 18 And the eait fide ye ihall mca urefroin te northward, and led me about’ine Hauran, and from Damarus, ardiram Cio thout unto the outer gate by the way lead, and from the land of Ifrael by Jordan, loketh cant ward : and behold, there from the border unto the eatt fca.And this waters on the right fide.

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19d the fouth fide fouthward, from Ta. Nwent forth eastward, he measured a

to the waters of Itrifc in Kadeth, Nd cubics, and he brought me through the river to the great lea. And inis is the ters; the waters quere to the ancies. fouth fide forth ward. main he melored a thousand, and 20 The wet lide also hall be the great it me through the waters, the waters sea from the border, till a man coin: over to the knecs. Again he mealured a against Hamath. This is the welt ide. , and brought ine through; the wa- 21 So thall ye divide this land unto you tre to the loins,

according to the tribes of liracl. terward he measured a thousand; and 22 ! And it thall come to pass, that ve # å river that I could not pass over : Thall divide it by lot for an inheritance in

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hip the golden image that Nebaar the king hath set up: whoso fallcth not down and wor Thall the same hoor be cast into

of a burning fiery furnace. refore at that time, when all the peod the found of the cornet, fute, harp,

praltery, and all kinds of mafick, eople, the nations, and the languages, n and worshipped the golden image puchadnez zar the king had fct up. Vherefore at that time certain ChalAme near, and accused the Jews. ey (pake and said to the king Nebu

zar, o king, live for ever. thou, o king, hat made a decree, that man that thall hear the sound of the

fute, harp, fack but, plaltery, and her, and all kinds of nutick, thall fall and worship the golden image :

And whoro falleth not down and woreth, that he should be cait into the of a burning fiery furnace.

There are certain Jew's whom thou haft ver the affairs of the province of BabyShadrach, Melliach, and Abednego: men, o king, lave not regarded thee; serve not thy gods, nor worthip the en image which thou haft let up.

I Then Nebuchadnezzar, in his rage and y, commanded to bring Shadrach, Mee ch, and Abcd-nego. Then they brought cre men before the king, 14 Nebuchadnezzar (pake and said unto lem, Is it true, O Shadrach, Methach, and bed nego? do not yeserve my gods, nor worip the golden image which have set up!

15 Now if ye be ready,that at what time ye ear the sound of the cornet, Aute, harp,fack. ut, pfaltery, and dulcimer, and all kinds of sulick, ye fall dawn and worship the image which I have made, well, but if ye worthip lot, ye shall be cast the same hour into the midst of a burning fiery furnace; and who is that god that thall deliver you out of my hands?

16 Shadrach, Mestiach, and Abcd-nego. answered and said to the king, o Nebuchadnezzar, we are not careful to answer thee in this matter.

17 If it bc jo, our God, whom we ferve, is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace; and he will deliver 1.5 out of thiné land, o king:

18 But if not, be it known into thee.Oking, that we will not serve thy gous, nor woulip the golden image which thou liat fet up.

191 Then was Nebuchadnezzar full of lery, and the form of his vilage was changed againft Shadrach, Methach, and Abec-nego ; Therefore be spake, and commanded that they thould heat the furnace one leven times inore than it was wont to be heaicd.

20 And he comanded the most miglry men that were in his army to bind Shadraci. Methach, and Abed-nego, and to cait them into the burning fiery, furnace.

21 Then there men were bound in their • coats, their hofen, and their hats, and their

other garments, and were caft into the midf of of the burning fiery furnace.

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thy They answered again, and said, Let the 25 Then Arioch brought in Dantel bek king tell his fervants the dream, and we will the king in halte, and laid thus unto the thew the interpretation of it.

I have found a man of the captive 8 The king answered and said, I know of dah that will make known unto the certainty that ye would gain the tirre, be- the interpretation. cause yé See the thing is gone from me. 26 The king answered, and lado » But if ye will not make known unto niel, whose name was Belteshazzar, Arth

the dream, there is hut one decree for able to make known unto me the door you; for ye have prepared lying and cor- which I have seen, and the interpretati rupt words to speak before me till the time thereof? be changed: thercfore tell me the dream, 27 Daniel answered in the presence du And I shall know that ye can thew me the king, and said, The secret, which te interpretation thereof.

hath demanded, cannot the wife path 10''The Chaldeans answered before the astrologers, the magicians, the foodbyes king, and said, There is not a man upon thew unto the king the earth that can fhew the kings matter: 28 But there is a God in hearts that therefore there is no king, lord, 'not ruler, vealeth secrets, and maketh knova takt ahal asked înch things at any magician, or king Nebuchadnezzar what thal beri astrologer, or Chaldean.

latter days. Thy dreain, and the vibra 11 And it is a rare thing that the king te thy head upon thy bed, are there; quireth; and there is none other that can 29 (As for thee, o king, thy thougbaan shew it before the king, except the gods, into thy mind upon thy bed wax trai whole dwelling is not with fleth.

come to pafs hereafter; and he that the 12 For this cause the king was angry and eth secrets maketh known to thet wat very furious, and commanded to defroy all come to pass: the wise men of Babylon.

30 But as for me, this secret is not real 13 And the decree went forth that the ed to me for any wisdom that I lave et wise men should be fain; and they fought than any living, but for Ikeir late the Daniel and his fellows to be fain.

make known the interpretation to the le 14 | Then Daniel answered with counsel and that thou migàteft know tie thousan and wiflom to Arioch the captain of the thy heart;) kings guard, which was gone forth to Nay 31 I Thou, O king, fawek, and behold the wile men of Babylon

great image. Thisgrcat image, what might 15 He answered and said to Arioch the nefs was excellent, ftood before thee, et kings captain, Why is the decree fo hafty the form thereof was terrible. troin the king Then Arioch made the thing 32 This

image's head was conegut, bi known to Daniel.

breaft and his arms of filver, his bus at: 16 Then Daniel went in, and

defired of the his thighs of brals. king that he would give him time, and that 33 llis legs of iron, his fect part he wonld fhew the king the interpretation. and part of clay.

17 Then Daniel went to his house, and made 34 Thou sawelt tin that a torre the thing known to Hananiah, Mithael, and out without hands, which fmote theme Azariah, his companions;

upon his feet that were of iron

n and cias, 19 That they would defire mercies of the brake them to pieces. God of heaven concerning this secret, that 35 Then was the iron, the day, the lake Daniel and his fellows hould not perith with the filver and the gold broken to pitcita the rest of the wise men of Babylon. ther and became like thechat of the form

19 Then was the secret revealed unto threshing-floors, and the wind carita Daniel in a night-vision. Then Daniel bless away, that no place was found for that the God of heaven.

the stone that (mote the image becamerei 20 Daniel answered and said, Blessed be inountain, and filled the whole earth. the name of God for ever and ever; for 36 This is the dream; and can wifiom and might are bis.

the interpretation thereof before theta 21 And he changeth the times and the sea 37. Thou, O king, art a king kingi fons: be removeth kings andfetteth up kings: the God of lieaven lath giren thee a the giveth wisdom unto the wise, and know. dom, power, and ftrength, and glory: ledge to them that know underftanding: 38 And whertsoever the children at

22 He revealeth the deep and secret things: dwe!, the beafts of the field, and the fonts he knoweth what is in the darkness, and the the heaven, hath be given into thice that light dwelleth with him.

and hath made thee ruler ose 23 I thank thee, and praise thee, O thou 'Thou art this head of gold. God of my fathers, who haft given me wil 39 And after thee fall arise agothet dom and might, and haft made known unto dom inferior to thee, and another curd Es me now what we desired of thee: for thou doin of brass, which thall bear rule of hall not inade known unto us the kings the earth. matter.

40 And the fourth kingdom thal 24 Therefore Daniel went in unto Ari. as iron : forasmuel as fron breeks och. whom the king had ordained to de- pieces and fubducth all thing, at ftroy the wile men of Babylon: he went that breaketh all these, that it rest and' said thas unto hum, Destroy not the picces and bruise. wile men of Babylon: bring me in before 41 And whereas tbon (awet do te the king, and i will fhew unto the king toes part of potters clay and part of the interpretation.

the kingdom thall be divided; but there

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