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22 For I will rise up against them, faith 9 For the waters of Dimon shall be fuld the LORD of hofte, and cut off from Baby: blood: for I will bring more npor. Disse lon the name, and remnant, and son, and lions upon him that cfcapeth Mcal, and nephew, faith the LORD.

upon the remoant of the land. 23 I will also make it a pofTefsion for the

CHAP. XVI. bittern, and pools of water and I will i Moab is exhorted to gidd sbedica rete sweep, it with the belom of deftrudior, Chrijl kingdom, 6 end treated for ich hathe Lord of hotts hath sworn, capire Safronde lahlam the wilderucks, vatn the


End ye thc lamb to the la pass; and as I have purposed, on thall it ftand, mount of the daughter of Zion.

25 That I will break the Allyrian in my laud, 2 For it thall be, hat as a wandering and upon my mot:ntainstread him under foot: cast out of the nett, fo the daughters Maal then ihall his yoke depart from off thein, and shall be at the fords of Arnon. his burden depart from off their thon/ders.

3 Take counsel, execute judgment; nak 26 This is the purpose that is purposed thy thadow as the night in the side of the upon the whole earth; and this is the hand soon-day; bide the outcatts, bewaynet bisa that is stretched out upou all the uations. that wandereth.

27 For the LORD of hofts hath purposed, 4 Let mine outcafts dwel with thee, Mead: and who shall disannul it? and his liand is be thou a covert to them from the face tretched out, and who shall turn it back?

the spoiler: for the extortioner is at, 28 In the year that king Ahaz died was the fpoiler ceaseth, the oppretions ar cep this burden.

surned out of the land. 29 ! Rejoice not thou, wholc Palettina,

5 And in mercy fball the throne beda because the rod of him that (mote thee is blished, and he thall fit upon it is truth a broken : for out of the ferrents root thall the tabernacle of David, judging and feel come forth a cockatrice, and his fruit shall ing judgment, and hatting rightcodes Be a fiery Aying ferpent.

$ We have heard of the pride of 30 And the firit-born of the poor thall seed, (he is very proud, even of bels hauchtige and the necdy thall lie down in safety; and and his pride, and bis wrath: bai bas I wil kill thy root with famine, and he thall hall not be so. day thy remnant.

7 Therefore shall Moab howl for Male ži Howl, O gate; cry, o city; thou, whole every one thall howl; for the foundass PalcHina, art disolved: for there shall come of Kir-liaroseth shall ye mourn: fleets 45 froin the north a smoke, and none shall be are stricken. alone in his appointed times.

8 For the fields of Heshbon languid, 32 Wbat thall one then answer the mef- the vine of Sibmah: the lords of the hezko sengers of the nation! That the LORD hath have broken down the principal plants that Sounded Zion, and the poor of his people of : they are come even unto lazer, they thall truit in it.

dered through the wilderness; her branches CILA P. XV.

are tretched out, they are gone over the ka The la nentable state of Moab.

9 'Therefore I will bewail with the veep Ar of Moab is laid waste, and brought ter thee with my tears, o Heshben, a to lilence; because in the night Kir of Moab Elealah; for the shouting for thy list is laid watte, s'id brought to lilence:

fruits, and for thy harvett, is fallen. 2. llei: gone up to Bajith, and to Dibon, the

10 and gladne is taken away, and for high places, to wcep: Moab thall bowl over out of the plentiful field; and in the rest Neo, and over Medeba; on all their heads yards there shall be no kinging, seither a shall be baldness, and every beard cut off.

there be mouting: the trcader had troll 3 In their streets they tall gird them out no wine in their presies; I have ready felve with fackcloth: on the tops of their their vintage-shouting to ceale. houses, and in their ftreets, every one thall 11 Wherefore my bowels shall found like howl, weeping aburdantly,

an harp for Moal, and mine inward peu 4 And Keshbon shall cry, and Elealeh; for Kir-haresh. their voice hall be heard even unto Jahaz: 12 1 And it fall come to pass, wat therefore the anned soldiers of Moah thall 13 fecn that Moab is weary on the back cry out; his life thali be grievous unto him. place, that he fhall come to his fantasy fugitives Thall hice unto Zoar, an heifer of pray; but he thall not prevail.

13 This is the word that the LORD luath three years old: forby the mounting up of spoken concerning Moab fince that that. Lihits with weeping thall they go it up; for in the way of Horonaim they thail raise up ing, within three years, as the yean **

14 But now the LORhath [pokea, com a cry precílruction, Pet tre waters of Nimrim fhail be defo- temned with all that great multitude,

hireling, and the glory of Moab thuj bo late; for the havis withered away, the grass the remnant shall be very small and ice. failcth, there is no green thing

снАР. ХVІІ. 7 This refore the abundance they have got: 1 Syria and Israel threatened. od mell, arıt'taf which they have laid up, thall ihall forfake idolatry; thuy.Cor.ya way to the brook of the willows,

plagued for their impiety. ham, and the howling thereof unto Beer-clan, city, aud it shall be a ruinous teny tersen was the howling thereof unto Eg: Trabungen af Damascus. Bekait, Do

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The cities of Aroer are forfaken; they 4 For so the LORD said unto me, I will take fhall be for flocks

which thall lic down, and my reit, and I will contider in my dwellingnone tball make them afraid.

place like a clear heat upon herbs, and like 3 'The fortress also shall cease from E. a cloud of dew in the heat of harvett. phraim, and the kingdom from Damascus, s For afore the barvett, when the bud is and the remnant of Syria: they thall be as perfect, and the four grape is ripening in the glory of the children of Iliaél, saith the the flower, he thall both out of the sprigs Lors of hoits.

with pruning-hooks, and take away and cut 4 And in that day it shall come to pass, down the branches. that the glory of Jacob shall be made thie, 6 They thall be left together unto the and the fatness of his fleth shall wax lean. fowls of the mountains, and to the beasts

{ And it shall be as when the farvett-man of the carth: and the fowls thail summer gathereth the corn, and reapeth the ears upna them, and all the bearts of the earth with iris arm; agd it shall be as he that ga- hall winter upon them. thereth ears in the valley of Rephaiin.

7 In that time shall the present be 6. Yet gleaning-grapes thad be left in it, brougkt unto the Lord of hoits of a people the ibaking of an olive-tree, two or three scattered ane peeled, and from a people herries in the top of the uppernoit bough, terrible from their beginning hitherto: a faut er five in the outmoft fruitful branches nation meted out and trodden under foot, thereof, saith the LORD God of Ifrael. whose land the rivers have spoiled, to the

7 At that day hall a man look to his place of the name of the LORD of hoits, the Maker, and his syes that have respea to inount Zion. he holy One of trael.

CHA P. XIX 18 And he thall not look to the altars, the 1 The confusion of Egypt: In the foolishnefs rork of his hands, neither shall respect that of their princes. 18 The calling of Eup which his fingers have made, either the

to the church. 23 The covenant of Egypt

Allyria, and irael.
Toners in that day than his ftrong cities bien con THideth upon ***wift

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He burden of Egypt, LORD Which they left, becaufe of the children of come into Egypt; and the idols of Egypt liracl: and there thall be desolation.

fall be moved at his presence, and the heart Jo Because thou hast forgotten the God of of Egypt Phall melt in the midtt of it.

tay falvation, and haft not heen mindful of 2 And I will let the Egyptians against the E the Rock of thy ftrength; therefore thalt thou Egyptians: and they thall fight every one

plant pleasant plants, and thalt set it with againtt his brother, and every one againtt Lrange flips :

his neighbour; city against city, and kinge us in the day shalt thou make thy plant to dom againit kingdom. TOW, and in the morning shalt thou make 3. And the spirit of Egypt shall fail in the tay keed to flourish: but the harvest shall be mídit thereof; and I will deftrey the coun. an leap in the day of grief and of desperate sel thereof : and they shall

seek to the idois, sorrow.

and to the charmers, and to them that have 12 T Woe to the multitude of many people, familiar spirits, and to the wizards. pick make a noise like the noise of the seas; 4 And the Egyptians will I give over inand to the ruthing of nations, that make a to the hand of a cruel lord; and a fierce ruthing like the rushing of mighty waters! king thall rule over them, Láith the I.ORD,

13 The nations fall rulh like the ruthing the LORD of hosts. d many waters: but God shall rebuke them, S And the waters fall fail froin the sea, and they hall flee far off, and thall be cha. and the river shall be wafted and dried up. fed as the chafi of the mountains before the

6 And they fall turn the rivers far away, wind, and like a rolling thing before the are the brooks of desence shall be emptica whirlwind.

and dried up: the reeds and bags thall 14 And, bebold, at evening-tide trouble; withcr. and before the morning he is not. This is 7 The paper-recds by the brooks, by the the portion of them that (poil us, and the mouth of the brooks, and every thing fown 3ot of them that rob us.

by the brooks, shall wither, be driven away, CHA P. XVIlI.

and be no more. God, in care of his people, quill destroy the 8 Thc fishers also fhall mourn, and all they Elkiopians: 7 an access Mall grow thereby that cast angle into the brookshall 122ent, unto the church.

and they that spread nets upon the waters W Oe to the land thadowing with wings, hall languith. which is

9 Moreover, they that work in fine tax, thiopia:

and they that weave net-wurks, fhall be con. i 'Iluat lendeth ambassadors by the sea, founded. even in velsels of bulruuhes pon the wa- 10 And they fhall be brukeninthc purposes Ts, laging, Go, ye swift mellengers, to a thereof, all that inake Quiets and ponds for astion scattcred and peeled, to a people fith. terrible from their beginning hitherto; a U I Surely the princes of 20an ore fuols, fariun meted out and trodden down, whose the counse of the wife councillors of PhaLand the rivers have spoiled!

raoh is become brutish: bow lay ye into 3. All ye inhabitants of the world, and Pharaoh, I am the son of the wise, thc son #cks on the carth, see ye, when he lift- of ancient kings! <th up an entiga on the mountains; and 12 Where are they? where are thy wise when he blowsth a trupet, bear ye.

men i and let them tU thcc now, and los

them know what the Lord of hofts hath 4 So Mal the king of Allyria lead away the purposed upon Egypt.

Egyptians prisoners, and the Ethiopia capa 13 The princes of Zoan are become fools, tives, young and old, naked and barc-foot, the princes of Noph are derived ; they have even with their buttocks uncovered, lo the also reduced Egypt, even they that are the shame of Egypt. ftay of the tribes thereof.

5 And they shall be afraid and ashamedd 14 The LORD hath mingled a perverse spi. Ethiopia their expediation, and of Eesx rit in the midit thereof : and they have cau• their glory. fed Egypt to err in every work the cof, as a 6 And the inhabitant of this ide fallaria drunken man ttaggereth in his vomit. that day, Behold, fuch is our expectation, ble

15 Neither thail there be any work for E. ther we fee for help to be delivered from the gypt, which the head or tail, branch or ruth, king of Allyria ; and how thall we escape miay do.

CHAP. XXI. 16 In that day thall Egypt be like unto wo 1 The fall of Babylon. 11 Edom, scerning

the men: and it thall be afraid and fear, because prophet, is invited to repentanct. 1j The of the shaking of the hand of the LORD of set lime of Arabia's calamity. hofts, which he thaketh over it

THE burden of the desert of the sea. AB 17 And the land of Judah shall be a terror T

whirlwinds in the south pass through; unto Egypt; every one that inaketh mention to it cometh from the desert, from a terrible thercof that be afraid in himself, because land. of the counsel of the Lord of hoits, which 2 A grievous vision is declared unto m. he hath determined against it.

The treacherous dealer dealeth treacheroof 18 9 In that day thall five cities in the ly, and the spoiler fpoileth. Goup, 0 Elam land of Egypt speak the language of Canaan, betiege,

o Media : all the fighing thered and swear to the LORD of hofts: one thall be have I 'made to cease. called, The city of deltruction.

3 Therefore are my loins filled with pain; 19. In that day thall there be an altar to pangs have taken hold upon me, as the parte the LORD in the midtt of the land of E- of a woman that travaileth : 1 was bored gypt, and a pillar at the border thereof to down at the hearing of il ; I was dismayed the LORD.

at the seeing of it. 20 And it fall be for a fign and for a 4 My heart panted, fearfulgers affrighted witness unto the LORD of hotts in the land me: the night of my pleasure hath he turname of Egypt; for they shall cry unto the LORD ed into fear unto me. because of the oppreffors, and he thall send

S Prepare the table, watch in the watch them a saviour, and a great one, and he thall tower, eat, drink : arile, ye prices, ed deliver them

anoint the Chield. 21 And the LORD shall be known to Egypt, 6 For thus hath the LORD said unto me and the Egyptians thall know the LORD in Go, let a watchinan, let him declare wbk that day, and thall do facrifice and oblation; he feeth. yea, they thall vow a vow. unto the LORD, 7 And he saw a chariot' with a couple of and perform it.

horsemen, a chariot of aises, and a chariot of 22 And the LORD than smite Egypt ; he camels; and he hearkened diligently with thall smite and heal it: and they thali return much heed. even to the LORD, and he shall be entreated 8 And he cried, A lion: my lord, I ftand of thein, and thall heal them.

continually upon the watch-tower is the day 13 in that day shall there be a highway time, and I am fet in my ward whole night out of Egypt to Allyria, and the Allyrian 9 And, behold, here'corneth a chariot d thall come into Egypt, and the Egyptian men, with a couple of hopemen. And heat into Allyria ; and the Egyptians thall serve swered and said, Babylon is fallen, is falbeni with the Allyrians.

and all the graven images of her gordas 24 In that day thall Ifrael be the third hath broken unto the ground. with Egypt, and with Allyria, even a bless

10 O my threshing, and the corn d my ing in the midst of the land,

foor: that which I have heard of the less 15 Whom the LORD

of hofte tall bless, of hotte, the God of Israel, have I declared {aying, Blefled be Egypt my people, and Af- unto you. tyria tho work of my hands, and Jiracl mine of The burden of Dumah. He called inheritance.

to me out of Scir, Watchman, what of the снАР. хх.

night! watchman, what of the night! A type prefiguring the shameful captivity of i 2 The watchman said, the morning come Egipi and Ethiopia.

eth, and also the night : ' ye will enquik, In the year that Tartan came unto Ami engane ye bedre, comment fent him, and fought againtt Ashdod, and reit in Arabia shall ye lodge, 0 ye travelling took it,

companies of Dedanim. 2 At the same time spake the LORD by 14 The inhabitants of the land of Tema Faiah the fon of Amoz, saying, Go, and broagis water to him that was thirtty, thay leofe the luckcloth from off thy loins, and prevented with their bread him that had. put off thy thoe from thy foot. And he did Is For they fed from the swords, from the fo, walking naked and bare-foot.

drawn sword, and from the bent bow, und 3 And the Lord faid, Like as my fervant from the grievousness of war. Ifaiah bath walked naked and bare-foot thrce 16 For thus hath the LORD Laid vasto na years, fur a bgn and wonder upon Egypt, within a year, according to the scandan and upon Ethiopia ;

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17 And the residue of the nanber of arche 19 And I will drive thee from thy fation, s, the mighty men of the children of Ke and from thy ftate shall he pull thee down. ws, thall be diminithed: for the LORD God 20 1 And it that come to pals in that day, Ifracl hatá (poken it.

that I will call my fervant'Eliakim thc fon CHAT. XXII.

of Hilkiah: The invason of Jewry by the Persiana: 21 And I will clothe him with thy robe, their human wisdom reprüved,

and trengthen him with thy girdle, and i "He burden of the valley of vifion. What will commit thy government into his hand;

aileth thee now, that thou art wholly and he thall be a father to the inhabitants 3€ up to the honte-cops!

of Jerusalem, and to the house of Judah. 2 Tuou that art full of ftirs, a tumultuous 22 And the key of the house of David will city, a joyous city: thy nain mes are not I lay upon his houlder : so he thall open, and Cain with the sword, nor dead in battle. none thali kut; and he shall shut, and nonc

3 AD thy rulers are fled together, they are thall open. brund by the archers : all that are found in 23 And I will faften him as a nail in a sure thee are bound together, which have fled place;, and he thall be for a glorious throne from far.

to his fathers house. 4 'Therefore said I, Look away from me; I 24 And they thall hang upon him all the u il weep bitterly, labour not to comfort me; glory of his fathers house, the offspring and &ccaute of the spoiling of the danghter of my the íflue, all vessels of small quantity, from people.

the vetlels of cups, even to all the vellels of § For it is a day of trouble, and of treading - Hagons. down, and of perplexity by the LORD God of 25 In that day, faith the LORD of hosts, thall botts in the valley of vision, breaking down the nail that is faftened in the fure place be the walls, and of crying to the mountains. removed, and be cut down, and fall: and the 6 And Elam bare the quiver with chariots burden that was upon it thall be cut off: fos af men and horsemen, and Kir uncovered the LORD hath fpoken it. thc Micid.

CHAP: XXIII. 1 And it shall come to pass, that thy choi. I The miferable overthroru of Tyre: 17 her exit rallyes ihall be full of chariots, and the return and whoredoms. bsriemen Mu]] set themselves in array at the T fartvith; for it is laid watte, so that gate. 81 And he discovered the covering of su- there is no house, no entering in: from the dah, and thou didnt look in that day to the land of Chittim it is revcaled to them. Armour of the house of the forcit.

2 Be itill, ye inhabitants of the isle: tbou 9 Yc have seen also the breaches of the ci- : whom the merchants of Zidon, that pass ty of David, that they are many; and ye over the sea, have replenithed. gathered wgether the waters of the lower 3 And by great waters the seed of Silor, pool:

the harvett of the river, is her revenue; and 10 And ye have numbered the houses of the is a mart of nations. Jerubalem, and the houses have ye broken 4 Be thou, o Zidon ; for the sca down to fortity the wall.

hath spoken, eumn the strength of the sea; 11 Ye made a ditch between the two laying, I travail not, nor bring

forth chil! alia for the water of the old pool: but ye dren, neither do I nourith up young men, have not looked unto the maker thereof, nei- nor bring up virgins. they had resped unto him that fathioned it 5. As at the report concerning Egypt fo long ago.

fhall they be sorely pained at the report of And io that day did the LORD God of Tyre. Datins call to weeping, and to mourning, and 6 Pass ye over to Tarshish; howl, yc inha. w theldner, and to girding with fackcloth: bitants of the isle.

13 And behold, joy and gladness, Naying 7 Is this your joyous city, whose antiquity kon, and killing theep, eating femh, and is of ancient days? ber own feet tall carry Grinking wine: let us eat and drillk, for her afar off to sojourn. co-morrow we thall die.

8 Who hath taken this counset against 14 And it was revealed in mine cars by Tyre, the crowning cily, whose merchants he Lord of hofts, Surely this iniquity shall are princes, whose traffickers are the honourbet be purged from you till ye die, faith the able of the earth? "LORD God of hosts.

9 The LORD of hofta hath purposed it, to 153 Thus faith the LORD God of hots, Go, Aain the pride of all glory, and to bring into get thee unto this treafirer, tven unto Sheb- contempt all the honourablc of the carth. ns, whh's is over the house, and say, 10 Palsthrough thy land as a river,

Oddogh. 16 What haft thou here?'and whom haft ter of Tarihith? there is no more frength, thou here, that thou haft newed thee out a 11 He tretched' out his hand over the sea; epulchre here, as lie that heweth him out a he shook the kingdoms; the Lord bath gia epulclure on high, id that graveth an ha ven a commandment againt the merchanttitative for himselt in a rock

city, to deftroy the trong holds thercof. 17 Behold, the LORD will carry thee away 12 And he said, Thou shalt no mure re. with a tighty

captivity; and will surely co- joice, Othou oppressed virgin, daughter of ser thce.

Zidon: arise, pals over to Chittim

; there 18 He will furtly violently turn and toss alia Malt thou have no rett, thes like a ball into a large country; there 13 Behold, the land of the Chaldeans; this alt thou dic, and there ihe chariots of thy people was not,

till the Allyrian foundcd it fory shall be the shame of thy lordo houle. for them that dwell in the wilderncfs, 'they

fet up the towers thereof, they raised up the 14 They Mall lift up their voice, they palaces thereof; and he brought it to ruin. fing for the majcity of the Lons, they fall

14 Ru xe thips of Tarthith: for your cry aloud from the sea. ftrength is laid wafe.

is Wherefore glorify xe the Load in the 15 And it thall come to pass in that day, fires, even the name of the LORD God of Lthat Tyre Thall be forgotten feventy years, rael in the ides of the sea. according to the days of one king: after the 16 From the uttermoit part of the earth end of leventy years thall Tyre fing as an have we heard fongs, ever glory to the rigt harlot.

teous, But I Caid, mis lcanners, my learnici, 15 Take an harp, go about the city, thou woc unto me! thc treacherous dealers have harlot that hall been forgotten; make sweet dealt treacheroudly; yea, the treacheron melody, fiuginany songs, that thou mayett dealers have dealt vcry treacherouly. be remcinbered.

17 Fear, and the pic, and the snare, ere 17 And it thall come to pass, after the on thee, O inhabitant of the earth. end of seventy years, that the LORD will 18 And it shall come to pals, that he who vitit Tyre, and the thall turn to her hire, Recth from the noise of the fear mall fall in and shall commit fornication with all the to the pit; and he that cometh up out of the kingdoms of the world upon the face of the midit of the pic Phall be taken in the finare: carth.

for the windows from on high are open, and 18 And her merchandise and her hire the fonndations of the earth do thake. Thall be holiness to the LORD: it thall not 19 'The earth is utterly broken done, the be treafircd nor Jaid up; for her merchan- earth is clean diffolved, the carth is moned disc thall be for them that dwell before the exceedingly. LORD, to eat sufficiently, and for durable 20 The carth Mhall reel to and fro liks clothing.

drunkard, and thall be removed like a cote CHAP. XXIV.

tage; and the tranfgrefion thetcofthable I Gods judgments upon the land. 13 A rem- heavy upon it; and it thall fall, and nant shall joyfully praise him.

rife again. B khoan the kern in kats , eandeputhen :

21 And it shall come to pass in that day, ty, and maketh it wafte, and turneth it that the LORD Thali punish thc hoft of the upside down, and scattereth' abroad the in- high ones taat are on high, and the king. habitants thereof.

of the earth upon the earth. And it Thall be, as with the people, fo 22 And they shall be gathered together a with the pricft; as with the servant, fo with prisoners are gathered in the pit, and full his matter; as with the maid, fo with her be shut up in the prison, and after many mittress; as with the buyer, fo with the days thall they be visited. seller; as with the lender, fo with the bor 13 Then the moon shall be confoanded rower; as with the taker of ufury, co with and the sun afhanked, when re lors d the giver of afury to him.

hofts Mall reign in mount Zion, and in je 3 The land shall be utterly cmptied, and rusalem, and before his ancients, gloriofy. utterly spoiled ; for the Lord hath spoken

CHAP. XXV. this word.

1 The prophet praiseth Go1 for hu jutgetti, 4 The carth mourneth, and fadeth away; 6 for his faving benefits and far is to the world languilhcth, and fadetk away; the falvatiani. laughty people of the earth do languish The earth also is defiled under the inha

LORD, thou art my God; 1 will csat 0

thee, I will praise thy name: for than bitants thereof; because they have tranfgrefs- haft done wonderful things: thy counica a ed the laws, changed the ordinance, broken old are faithfulness and truth the cverlafting covenant.

2. For thou haft made of a city an hcapi o Therefore hath the curse devoured the of a defenced city a ruin a palace of this earth, and they that

dwell therein are de- gers to be no city it thall never be built folate: therefore the inhabitants of the earth 3 'Therefore thail the strong people glorifi are, burred, and few men left.

thee, the city of the terrible national 7 The nuwine mourneth, the vine lan- fear thee. guisheth, -11 the merry-hearted do figh. 4 For thou hatt been a ftrength to the poor,

8 The mirth of tabrets ceascth, the noise of a ftrength to the needy in his dittres, artthem that reioice endeth, the joy of the harp fuge from the storm, a thadow from the heat cealeth,

when the blaft of the terrible ones ir as a form 9 They can not drink wine with a song; againjl the wall. Arong drink thall be bitter to them that 5 Thou shalt bring down the noite de trab drink it.

gers as the heat in a dry place; Fuer the deal 10 The city of confusion is broken down; with the thadow of a cloud: the brand every house is thut up, that no man may the terrible ones thall be brought low. come in.

6 9 And in this mountain all the Lord 11 There la crying for wine in the fireets; of hofts make unto all people a feat of all joy is darkened, the mirth of the land is things, a featt of wines on the lees; of de gone.

things full of arrow, of wines on the loa 12 In the city i Jeft defolation, and the well refined. pate is smitten with destruction.

7 and lic will deftroy in this mountaining 13 When thus it thall be in the midt face of the covering catt over all pepple, and of the land among the people, there shall be the vail that is spread over all nation

the Araking of an olive-tree, and as the 8 He will swallow up death in victory and ekaning-grapes when the vintage is donc. We LORD God wil wipe away tears from 38

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