Social projects with children that Ubuntu has already helped.
– Maimai Care Center
MaiMai Nursery is located in Johannesburg, South Africa. It serves children aged 0-6.
– Thabaneng Prymary School
Thabaneng primary school is located in the Soweto slum in South Africa. It serves children ages 7-13.
– Babies in the Bush Orphanage
The Babies in the Bush orphanage is located near Johannesburg, South Africa. It welcomes abandoned children of all ages.
– khozofunda outdoor Library
The Khozofunda project is located in the Soweto slum in South Africa. It is a reading program for children of all ages.
– Razão de Viver Institute (Brazil)
The Razão de Viver Institute is located in the city of Camboriú, Brazil. He attends children after school.
– Arthur Mendes
Arthur Mendes is a brazilian skate athlete.
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WHAT GOD SAID IN THE BIBLE.
Verse 3: God said: Let there be light, and there was light.
Verse 6: God said: Let there be a firmament between the waters that separate waters from waters.
Verse 9: God: Let the waters that are under the sky gather together in one place, and the dry part will appear.
Verse 11: God said: Cover the land with vegetation: plants that give seeds and trees whose fruits produce seeds according to their species.
Verse 14: God said: Let there be lights in the firmament of heaven to separate day from night. Serve them as signs to mark seasons, days and years,
Verse 15: and serve as luminaries in the expanse of heaven to illuminate the earth.
Verse 20: God said, Let the waters of living beings be filled, and birds fly over the earth under the firmament of heaven.
Verse 22: God blessed them, saying, Be fertile and multiply! Fill the waters of the seas! And multiply the birds on the earth.
Verse 24: God said: Produce the earth living beings according to their kind: domestic herds, wild animals and the other living beings of the earth, each according to its kind.
Verse 26: God said: Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. Master him over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the sky, over the big animals of the whole earth and over all the small animals that move close to the ground.
you to keep them alive.
Verse 21: And store up every kind of food, that you and they may have food.
Verse 1: the Lord said to Noah, “Go into the ark, you and all your family, because you are the only righteous person I have met in this generation.
Verse 2: Take with you seven pairs of each species of pure animal, male and female, and one pair of each species of impure animal, male and female,
Verse 3: and also take seven pairs of birds of each species, male and female, in order to preserve them throughout the land.
Verse 4: Seven days from now I will make it rain on the earth forty days and forty nights, and I will make all living things that I have made disappear from the face of the earth. “
Verse 15: God said to Noah:
Verse 16: Get out of the ark, you and your wife, your children and their wives.
Verse 17: Bring out also all the animals that are with you: the birds, the big animals and the small animals that move close to the ground. Make them go out so that they spread across the land, are fertile and multiply.
Verse 21: The Lord smelled the pleasant aroma and said to himself, “I will never again curse the earth for the sake of man, for his heart is wholly inclined to evil since childhood. And I will never again destroy all living beings as I did. this time.
Verse 22: As long as the land lasts, planting and harvesting, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.
Verse 1: God blessed Noah and his sons, saying to them: Be fertile, multiply and fill the earth.
Verse 2: All the animals of the earth will tremble in fear before you: the wild animals, the birds of the sky, the creatures that move close to the ground and the fish of the sea; they are delivered to your hands.
Verse 3: Everything that lives and moves will be their food. Just as I gave you the vegetables, now I give you everything.
Verse 4: But do not eat meat with blood, which is life.
Verse 6: Whoever sheds man’s blood, by man his blood shall be shed; because in the image of God was man created.
Verse 7: But you, be fertile and multiply; spread out over the land and proliferate on it.
Verse 8: Then God said to Noah and his sons, who were with him:
Verse 9: I will establish my covenant with you and your future descendants,
Verse 10: and with every living thing that is with you: birds, domestic flocks and wild animals, all who came out of the ark with you, all living beings on earth.
Verse 11: I make a covenant with you: Never again will any form of life be cut off by the waters of a flood; there will never again be a flood to destroy the earth.
Verse 12: And God went on: This is the sign of the covenant that I am making between you and me and with all living beings that are with you, for all future generations:
Verse 13: my bow that I put in the clouds. It will be the sign of my alliance with the land.
Verse 14: When I bring clouds over the earth and the rainbow appears on them,
Verse 15: Then I will remember my covenant with you and with living beings of all kinds. Never again will the waters become a flood to destroy all forms of life.
Verse 17: God said to Noah: This is the sign of the covenant that I have established between myself and every form of life on earth.
Verse 6: The Lord said: They are one people and speak one language, and they started to build it. Soon nothing will be able to stop what they plan to do.
Verse 7: Come, let us go down and confuse the language they speak, that they may no longer understand one another.
Verse 1: The Lord said to Abram, Get out of your land, among your relatives, and from your father’s house, and go to the land that I will show you.
Verse 2: I will make you a great people, and I will bless you. I will make your name famous, and you will be a blessing.
Verse 3: I will bless those who bless him, and curse those who curse him; and through you all the peoples of the earth will be blessed “.
Verse 7: The LORD appeared to Abram and said, To his seed I will give this land.
Verse 14: The Lord to Abram, after Lot separated from him: From where you are, look to the North, to the South, to the East and to the West:
Verse 15: All the land you are seeing I will give to you and your descendants forever.
Verse 16: I will make their seed as numerous as the dust of the ground. If it is possible to count the dust of the earth, you can also count your offspring.
Verse 17: Travel this land from top to bottom, from side to side, because I will give it to you.
Verse 1: Lord spoke to Abram in a vision: “Do not be afraid, Abram! I am your shield; great will be your reward”
Verse 4: Then the Lord gave him the following answer: “Your heir will not be that one. A son of your own will be your heir.”
Verse 5: Taking him out of the tent, I said, “Look at the sky and count the stars, if you can count them.”
And he went on: “So will be your offspring.”
Verse 13: The Lord said to him, “Know that your descendants will be foreigners in a land that will not belong to them, where they will also be enslaved and oppressed for four hundred years.
Verse 14: But I will punish the nation to whom they will serve as slaves and, after all, they will go out with many goods.
Verse 15: But you will go in peace to your ancestors and be buried in a good old age.
Verse 16: In the fourth generation, their descendants will return here, because the wickedness of the Amorites has not yet reached the full measure “.
Verse 1: The Lord appeared to him and said, I am God Almighty; walk according to my will and be upright.
Verse 2: I will establish my covenant between you and me and multiply your offspring enormously “.
Verse 3: Abram fell on his face, and God said to him:
Verse 4: For my part, this is my covenant with you. You will be the father of many nations.
Verse 5: It will no longer be called Abram; His name will be Abraham, because I made him the father of many nations.
Verse 6: I will make you extremely prolific; I will make nations out of you and kings will come out of you.
Verse 7: I will establish my covenant as an everlasting covenant between you and me and your future descendants, to be your God and the God of your descendants.
Verse 8: All the land of Canaan, where you are now a foreigner, I will give as a perpetual property to you and your descendants; and I will be their God.
Verse 9: For your part, God said to Abraham, keep my covenant, both you and your future descendants.
Verse 10: This is my covenant with you and your descendants, a covenant that will have to be kept: All males among you will be circumcised in the flesh.
Verse 11: You will have to make that mark, which will be the sign of the covenant between you and me.
Verse 12: From your generation onwards, every eight-day-old boy among you will have to be circumcised, both those born in your home and those who are bought from foreigners and who are not your descendants.
Verse 13: Whether they are born in his house, whether they are bought, they must be circumcised. My covenant, marked on your body, will be a perpetual covenant.
Verse 15: God also said to Abraham: “From now on your wife will no longer be called Sarai; her name will be Sarah.
Verse 16: I will bless her and also through her I will give you a son. Yes, I will bless it and nations and kings of peoples will come from it “.
Verse 19: God replied, “Actually Sarah, your wife, will give you a son, and you will call him Isaac. With him I will establish my covenant, which will be an eternal covenant for your future descendants.
Verse 20: And in the case of Ishmael, I will take his request into account. I will also bless you; I will make him prolific and multiply his offspring a lot. He will be the father of twelve princes and I will make him a great people.
Verse 21: But my covenant, I will establish it with Isaac, son that Sara will give her next year, for this time “.
Verse 10: the Lord said, “I will come to you in the spring, and Sarah, your wife, will have a son.
Verse 13: The Lord said to Abraham, “Why did Sarah laugh and say, ‘Will I really be able to give birth now that I am old?’
Verse 14: Is there anything impossible for the Lord? In the spring I will come back to you, and Sara will have a child “.
Verse 17: Lord said, “Shall I hide from Abraham what I am about to do?
Verse 18: Abraham will be the father of a great and powerful nation, and through him all the nations of the earth will be blessed.
Verse 19: For I have chosen him, that he may command his children and his descendants to keep in the way of the Lord, doing what is just and right, that the Lord may bring to Abraham what he had promised.”
Verse 20: Then said the Lord to him, “The charges against Sodom and Gomorrah are many, and their sin is so grievous
Verse 21: that I will go down to see if what they have done corresponds to what I have heard. If not, I will know “.
Verse 26: The Lord answered, “If I find fifty righteous men in Sodom, I will spare the whole city for their sakes.”
Verse 12: God said, “Don’t be troubled because of the boy and the slave girl. Heed whatever Sarah asks of you, for it will be through Isaac that his seed will be considered.
Verse 13: But I will also make a people of the slave’s son; after all, he is her descendant “.
Verse 1: God put Abraham to the test by saying, “Abraham!”
Verse 2: God said: Take your son, your only son, Isaac, whom you love, and go to the Moriah region. Sacrifice it there as a burnt offering in one of the mountains that I will point out to you.
Verse 23: The Lord said, Two nations are in your womb, two peoples will be separated from their bowels; one will be stronger than the other, but the older will serve the younger.
Verse 3: The Lord said to Jacob, “Return to the land that of your parents and relatives, and I will be with you.”
Verse 24: God came to Laban the Aramean in a dream and warned him, “Watch out! Don’t say anything to Jacob, don’t make promises or threats to him.”
Verse 1: God said to Jacob: Go up to Bethel and settle there, and make an altar to the God who appeared to you when you were running away from your brother Esau.
Verse 9: After Jacob returned from Paddan-aram, God appeared to him again and blessed him,
Verse 10: saying, “Your name is Jacob, but you will no longer be called Jacob; your name will be Israel
Verse 11: And God further said to him, “I am God Almighty; be prolific and multiply. From you shall proceed a nation and a community of nations, and kings shall be among your descendants.
Verse 12: The land that I gave to Abraham and Isaac, I give to you; and also to your future descendants I will give this land.
Verse 2: And God spoke to Israel through a night vision: Jacob! Jacob
Verse 3: I am God, the God of your father; he said. Don’t be afraid to go down to Egypt, because there I will make you a great nation.
Verse 4: I myself will go down to Egypt with you and will certainly bring you back. And Joseph’s hand will close his eyes.
Verse 7: the Lord said: I have carefully seen the affliction of my people, who are in Egypt, and I have heard their cry because of their taskmasters, because I have known their pains.
Verse 8: So I went down to save you from the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring you up from that land, to a good and wide land, to a land flowing with milk and honey; to the place of the Canaanite, and the Hittite, and the Amorite, and the Perizz, and the Hivite, and the Jebusite.
Verse 9: And now, behold, the cry of the children of Israel is coming to me, and I have also seen the oppression with which the Egyptians oppress them.
Verse 10: Come now, then, and I will send you to Pharaoh to take my people (the children of Israel) out of Egypt.
Verse 14: And God said to Moses, I AM THAT I AM. He said more: Thus you will say to the children of Israel: I AM has sent me to you.
Verse 15: God said to Moses more, Thus shall you say to the children of Israel, The Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, sent me to you; this is my name forever, and this is my memorial from generation to generation.
Go, assemble the elders of Israel, and say to them, Verse 16: The Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, appeared to me, saying, I have visited you surely, and seen what is done to you in Egypt.
Verse 17: So I said, I will bring you up from the affliction of Egypt to the land of the Canaanite, the Hittite, the Amorite, the Perizz, the Hivite and the Jebusite, to a land flowing with milk and honey.
Verse 19: I know, however, that the king of Egypt will not let you go, not even by a strong hand.
Verse 20: For I will stretch out my hand, and will smite Egypt with all my wonders which I will do in the midst of it; then he will let you go.
Verse 21: And I will give grace to this people in the eyes of the Egyptians; and it will happen that when you leave, you will not leave empty,
Verse 2: And the Lord said to him, What is this in your hand? And he said: A stick.
Verse 3: And he said, Cast it on the earth. He threw it into the earth, and became a snake; and Moses fled from it.
Verse 4: And the LORD said unto Moses, Stretch forth thy hand and take his tail. And he stretched out his hand, and took it by the tail, and became a rod in his hand;
Verse 5: So that they may believe that the Lord God of their fathers appeared, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob.
Verse 6: And the Lord said to him, Now put your hand in your bosom. And taking it away, behold, his hand was leprous, white as snow.
Verse 7: And he said, Put your hand on your breast again. And he put his hand on her breast again; then he took it out of her bosom, and, behold, it had become like his flesh.
Verse 8: And it will happen that if they do not believe you, nor hear the voice of the first sign, they will believe the voice of the last sign;
Verse 9: And if it so happens that they do not yet believe these two signs, nor hear your voice, you shall take the waters of the river, and pour them out on the dry land; and the waters which you will take from the river will become blood on the dry land.
Verse 11: The Lord said, Who made the mouth of man? or who made the dumb, or the deaf, or the seeing, or the blind? Am I not the Lord?
Verse 12: Now therefore go, and I will be with your mouth and teach you what you shall speak.
Verse 14: Then the wrath of the Lord was kindled against Moses, and he said, Is it not Aaron, the Levite, your brother? I know he will speak very well; and, behold, he also goes out to meet you; and when he sees you, he will rejoice in your heart.
Verse 15: And you shall speak to him, and put the words in his mouth; and I will be with your mouth, and with his, teaching you what you will do.
Verse 16: And he will speak for you to the people; and it will happen that he will be your mouth, and you will be his God.
Verse 17: Take this rod in your hand, with which you will do the signs.
Verse 19: The Lord also said to Moses and m Midian: Go, go back to Egypt; because all who sought your soul died.
Verse 21: The Lord said to Moses, When you return to Egypt, see that you do before Pharaoh all the wonders that I have put in your hand; but I will harden his heart, lest he let the people go.
Verse 22: Then you shall say to Pharaoh, Thus saith the Lord, Israel is my son, my firstborn.
Verse 23: And I have said to you, Let my son go, that he may serve me; but you refused to let him go; behold, I will kill thy son, thy firstborn.
Verse 27: The Lord said to Aaron, Go into the wilderness to meet Moses
Verse 1: The LORD said, Now you will see what I will do to Pharaoh; for by a mighty hand he will let them go, yea, by a mighty hand he will drive them out of their land.
Verse 2: God spoke to Moses more, and said, I am the Lord.
Verse 3: And I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, as the Almighty God; but by my name, the Lord, I was not perfectly known to them.
Verse 4: And I also established my covenant with them, to give them the land of Canaan, the land of their pilgrimages, in which they were pilgrims.
Verse 5: And I have also heard the groaning of the children of Israel, whom the Egyptians serve, and I have remembered my covenant.
Verse 6: Therefore say to the children of Israel, I am the Lord, and I will take you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians, and I will deliver you out of bondage, and I will rescue you with an outstretched arm and with great judgments.
Verse 7: And I will take you for my people, and I will be your God; and you will know that I am the Lord your God, who will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians;
Verse 8: And I will take you to the land, upon which I raise my hand, swearing that I would give it to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and I will give it to you as an inheritance, I the Lord.
Verse 10: The Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 11: Go in, and tell Pharaoh king of Egypt, that he let the children of Israel go out of his land.
Verse 29: The Lord spoke to Moses, saying, I am the Lord; speak to Pharaoh, king of Egypt, all that I say to you.
Verse 1: The LORD said to Moses, Behold, I have made you a god over Pharaoh, and Aaron your brother will be your prophet.
Verse 2: You will speak whatever I send you; and Aaron, your brother, will speak to Pharaoh, who will let the children of Israel go out of his land.
Verse 3: But I will harden Pharaoh’s heart, and multiply my signs and my wonders in the land of Egypt.
Verse 4: Pharaoh therefore will not hear you; and I will put my hand on Egypt, and I will bring my armies, my people, the children of Israel, out of the land of Egypt, with great judgments.
Verse 5:Then the Egyptians will know that I am the LORD, when I stretch out my hand over Egypt, and take the children of Israel out of their midst.
Verse 8: The Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying:
Verse 9: When Pharaoh speaks to you, saying, “Do a miracle for yourselves, you will say to Aaron, ‘Take your rod, and cast it before Pharaoh; and will become a serpent.
Verse 14: the Lord to Moses: Pharaoh’s heart is hardened, he refuses to let the people go.
Verse 15: Go to Pharaoh in the morning; behold, he will go out into the waters; stand in front of him at the river’s edge, and you will take the rod that has become a snake in your hand.
Verse 16: And you shall say to him, The Lord God of the Hebrews has sent me to you, saying, Let my people go, that they may serve me in the wilderness; but, behold, you have not heard so far.
Verse 17: This is what the Lord says: Hereby you will know that I am the Lord: Behold, I, with this rod, which I hold in my hand, will smite the waters that are in the river, and will become blood.
Verse 18: And the fish, which are in the river, will die, and the river will smell bad; and the Egyptians will be disgusted with drinking the river water.
Verse 19: And the LORD said unto Moses, Say unto Aaron, Take thy rod, and stretch out thine hand upon the waters of Egypt, upon its streams, upon its rivers, and upon its pools, and upon all the gathering of its waters, so that they become blood; and there is blood in all the land of Egypt, as well as in wooden and stone vessels.
Verse 1: The LORD to Moses: Go to Pharaoh and say to him, Thus saith the LORD, Let my people go, that they may serve me.
Verse 2: And if you refuse to let him go, behold, I will smite all your terms with frogs.
Verse 3: And the river shall breed frogs, which shall come up and come into thy house, and into thy bedroom, and upon thy bed, and upon thy servants’ houses, and upon thy people, and upon thy ovens, and upon thy kneading machines .
Verse 4: And the frogs will come up on you, and on your people, and on all your servants.
Verse 5: And the Lord said to Moses, Say to Aaron, Stretch out your hand with your rod over the currents, and over the rivers, and over the tanks, and bring up frogs over the land of Egypt.
Verse 16: The Lord said to Moses, Say to Aaron, Stretch out your rod, and smite the dust of the ground, so that it becomes lice throughout the land of Egypt.
Verse 20: The Lord said to Moses, Arise early in the morning, and stand before Pharaoh; behold he leaves to the waters; and say to him, Thus saith the Lord, Let my people go, that they may serve me.
Verse 21: For if you do not let my people go, behold, I will send swarms of flies on you, and on your servants, and on your people, and on your houses; and the houses of the Egyptians will be filled with these swarms, and also the land on which they are.
Verse 22: And on that day I will separate the land of Goshen, in which my people dwell, that there be no swarms of flies so that you may know that I am the Lord in the midst of this land.
Verse 23: And I will put a separation between my people and your people; tomorrow this signal will be made.
Verse 1: The LORD said to Moses, Go to Pharaoh, and say to him, Thus saith the LORD God of the Hebrews, Let my people go, that they may serve me.
Verse 2: Because if you refuse to let them go, and still forcefully stop them,
Verse 3: Behold, the hand of the Lord will be on your cattle, which are in the field, on the horses, on the asses, on the camels, on the oxen, and on the sheep, with a most severe pestilence.
Verse 4: And the Lord will separate the cattle of the Israelites and the cattle of the Egyptians, so that nothing will die of all that is of the children of Israel.
Verse 5: And the Lord appointed a certain time, saying, Tomorrow the Lord will do this thing in the earth.
Verse 8: Lord to Moses and Aaron: Take your hands full of ash from the oven, and Moses spread it to heaven before Pharaoh’s eyes;
Verse 9: And it shall become a fine dust in all the land of Egypt, and it shall become a scab that breaks with ulcers, in men and in cattle, throughout all the land of Egypt.
Verse 13: The Lord to Moses: Arise early in the morning, and stand before Pharaoh, and say to him, Thus saith the Lord God of the Hebrews, Let my people go, that they may serve me;
Verse 14: For this time I will send all my plagues upon your heart, and upon your servants, and upon your people, that you may know that there is none like me in all the earth.
Verse 15: For now I have stretched out my hand, to smite thee and thy people with pestilence, and that thou mayest be destroyed out of the land;
Verse 16: But indeed, for this I have kept you, to show my power in you, and that my name may be announced throughout the land.
Verse 17: Do you still exalt yourself against my people, so as not to let them go?
Verse 18: Behold, tomorrow at this time I will rain a most grievous hail, such as has not been in Egypt from the day it was founded until now.
Verse 19: Now therefore, send, gather your cattle, and all that you have in the field; every man and beast that is found in the field, and is not taken to the house, the hail will fall on them, and they will die.
Verse 22: The Lord to Moses: Stretch out your hand to heaven, and there will be hail in all the land of Egypt, on men and on cattle, and on all the grass of the field, in the land of Egypt.
Verse 1: The LORD said unto Moses, Go to Pharaoh, for I have hardened his heart, and the heart of his servants, to do these my signs in their midst,
Verse 2: And that you may tell in the ears of your children, and of your children’s children, the things that I did in Egypt, and my signs, that I have done among them; so that you may know that I am the Lord.
Verse 12: The Lord said to Moses, Stretch out your hand over the land of Egypt so that the locusts come over the land of Egypt, and eat all the grass of the land, all that has left the hail.
Verse 21: The Lord said to Moses, Stretch out your hand to heaven, and darkness will come upon the land of Egypt, darkness to be felt.
Verse 1: The Lord said to Moses, I will bring yet another plague on Pharaoh, and on Egypt; then I will let you go from here; and when he lets you go completely, he will hurry you out of here.
Verse 2: Now speak in the ears of the people, let each man ask his neighbor, and each woman ask her neighbor, silver jewelry and gold jewelry.
Verse 9: The LORD had said to Moses, Pharaoh will not listen to you, that my wonders may be multiplied in the land of Egypt.
Verse 1: The Lord said to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying:
Verse 2: This same month will be the beginning of the months for you; this will be the first of the months of the year for you.
Verse 3: Speak to all the congregation of Israel, saying, On the tenth of this month, let every one take for himself a lamb after the houses of his fathers, a lamb for every family.
Verse 4: But if the family is small for a lamb, then take one with your neighbor near your home, according to the number of souls; each according to his eating, you will make the count according to the lamb.
Verse 5: The lamb, or goat, will be spotless, a one-year-old male, which you will take from sheep or goats.
Verse 6: And you shall keep it until the fourteenth day of this month, and all the congregation of the congregation of Israel will sacrifice it in the evening.
Verse 8: And that night they shall eat meat roasted on the fire, with unleavened bread; with bitter herbs they will eat it.
Verse 1: The LORD spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Speak to the children s from Israel to return, and to camp in front of Pi-Hairote, between Migdol and the sea, in front of Baal-Zefon; in front of him you will settle the field by the sea.
Verse 3: Then Pharaoh will say of the children of Israel, They are embarrassed in the land, the desert has closed them.
Verse 4: And I will harden Pharaoh’s heart so that he may pursue them, and I will be glorified in Pharaoh and in all his army, and the Egyptians will know that I am the Lord.
Verse 15: The Lord said to Moses, Why are you crying out to me? Tell the children of Israel to march.
Verse 16: And thou, lift up thy rod, and stretch out thine hand upon the sea, and cleave it, that the children of Israel may pass through the midst of the sea dry.
Verse 17: And, behold, I will harden the hearts of the Egyptians, and they will come in after them; and I will be glorified in Pharaoh and in all his army, in his chariots and in his horsemen,
Verse 18: And the Egyptians will know that I am the Lord, when I am glorified in Pharaoh, in his chariots and horsemen.
Verse 26: The Lord said to Moses, Stretch out your hand over the sea, so that the waters may return over the Egyptians, over their chariots and over their horsemen.
Verse 4: The Lord to Moses: Behold, I will rain bread from heaven for you, and the people will go out and reap the portion daily for each day, so that I may prove it whether they walk in my law or not.
Verse 5: And it shall come to pass on the sixth day that they will prepare what they gather; and it will be double what they harvest each day.
Verse 11: The Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 12: I have heard the murmurings of the children of Israel. Speak to them, saying, Between the two evenings ye shall eat meat, and in the morning ye shall be satisfied with bread; and you will know that I am the Lord your God.
Verse 28: The Lord said to Moses, How long will you refuse to keep my commandments and my laws?
Verse 29: See, because the Lord has given you the Sabbath, therefore he on the sixth day gives you bread for two days; each one take his place, no one leaves his place on the seventh day.
Verse 5: the Lord to Moses: pass before the people, and take with you some of the elders of Israel; and take your rod in your hand, with which you smote the river, and go.
Verse 6: Behold, I will be there before you on the rock in Horeb, and you will smite the rock, and water will come out of it and the people will drink
Verse 9: The Lord said to Moses, Behold, I will come to you in a thick cloud, so that the people may hear, while I speak with you, and that they may also believe in you forever. Because Moses had announced the words of his people to the Lord.
Verse 10: And the Lord said to Moses, Go to the people, and sanctify them today and tomorrow, and let them wash their clothes,
Verse 11: And be ready for the third day; for on the third day the Lord will descend before the eyes of all the people on Mount Sinai.
Verse 12: And you will mark boundaries on the people around you, saying, Beware, do not go up into the mountain, nor touch its edge; everyone who touches the mountain will surely die.
Verse 21: The Lord said to Moses, “Come down, warn the people not to cross over the term to see the Lord, lest many of them perish.
Verse 22: And also the priests, who come to the Lord, will sanctify themselves, lest the Lord cast themselves on them.
Verse 24: The Lord said, Go, go down; afterward shalt thou go up, and Aaron with thee; but the priests, and the people, do not pass on the term to go up to the Lord, lest it be cast on them.
Verse 1: Then God spoke all these words, saying,
Verse 2: I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.
Verse 3: You will have no other gods before me.
Verse 4: You shall not make for yourself a sculpted image, nor any resemblance to what is above in the heavens, or below on earth, or in the waters beneath the earth.
Verse 5: You shall not bow down or serve them; because I, the Lord your God, am a zealous God, who visit the iniquity of parents in their children, even to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me.
Verse 6: And I give mercy to thousands of those who love me and to those who keep my commandments.
Verse 7: You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain; because the Lord will not hold innocent what to take his name in vain.
Verse 8: Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
Verse 9: Six days you will work, and do all your work.
Verse 10: But the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God; you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your servant, nor your servant, nor your animal, nor your foreigner, who is inside your doors.
Verse 11: For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea and everything in them, and on the seventh day he rested; therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day, and kept it holy.
Verse 12: Honor your father and mother, so that your days may be prolonged in the land that the Lord your God is giving you.
Verse 13: Thou shalt not kill.
Verse 14: Thou shalt not commit adultery.
Verse 15: Thou shalt not steal.
Verse 16: Thou shalt not say false testimony against your neighbor.
Verse 17: You shall not covet your neighbor’s house, you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything of your neighbor.
Verse 24: Thou shalt not bow down to their gods, nor serve them, nor do according to their works; rather, you will destroy them completely, and you will break their statues altogether.
Verse 25: And you shall serve the Lord your God, and he will bless your bread and your water; and I will take sickness out of your midst.
Verse 26: There will be no women who miscarry or barren in your land; I will keep the number of your days.
Verse 12: The LORD unto Moses: Come up to me into the mountain, and stay there; and I will give you the tablets of stone and the law, and the commandments that I have written, to teach them.
Verse 1: The LORD said to Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Speak to the children of Israel, that they bring me a raised offering; from every man whose heart moves voluntarily, you will take my raised offering from him.
Verse 3: And this is the raised offering that you will receive from them: gold, and silver, and copper,
Verse 4: And blue, and purple, and crimson, and fine linen, and goat hair,
Verse 5: And rams ‘skins dyed red, and badgers’ skins, and acacia wood,
Verse 6: Olive oil for light, spices for anointing oil, and spices for incense,
Verse 7: Onyx stones, and setting stones for the ephod and the breastplate.
Verse 8: And they will make me a sanctuary, and I will dwell in their midst.
Verse 9: According to all that I show you as a model of the tabernacle, and as a model of all your belongings, you will still do it.
Verse 10: They will also make an ark out of acacia wood; its length shall be two and a half cubits, and its breadth a cubit and a half, and a cubit and a half its height.
Verse 11: And he will overlay it with pure gold; inside and out you shall cover it; and you shall make a golden crown around it;
Verse 12: And thou shalt cast for her four rings of gold, and put them in her four corners, two rings on one side of her, and two rings on the other side.
Verse 13: And thou shalt make poles of acacia wood, and overlay them with gold.
Verse 14: And you shall place the poles in the rings, on the sides of the ark, to carry the ark with them.
Verse 15: The rods will be in the rings of the ark, they will not be removed from it.
Verse 16: Then you will put the testimony in the ark, which I will give you.
Verse 17: You shall also make a mercy seat of pure gold; its length shall be two and a half cubits, and its breadth one and a half cubits.
Verse 18: You shall also make two golden cherubs; of beaten gold shalt thou make them at the two ends of the mercy seat.
Verse 19: You shall make one cherub at the end of one part, and the other cherub at the end of the other part; in one piece with the mercy seat, you will make the cherubim at both ends of it.
Verse 20: The cherubim shall spread their wings above, covering the mercy seat with them; their faces facing each other; the faces of the cherubim will face the mercy seat.
Verse 21: And you shall put the mercy seat on top of the ark, after you have put the testimony in the ark that I will give you.
Verse 22: And there I will come to you, and I will speak to you from above the mercy seat, from among the two cherubim (who are on the ark of the testimony), whatever I command you for the children of Israel.
Verse 23: You will also make a table of acacia wood; its length shall be two cubits, and its width a cubit, and its height a cubit and a half.
Verse 24: And you shall overlay it with pure gold; you will also make a golden crown around it.
Verse 25: You will also make a frame around it, the width of four fingers, and you will make a golden crown around the frame.
Verse 26: You shall also make four gold rings for him; and you shall put the rings on the four corners, which are on its four feet.
Verse 27: In front of the frame will be the rings, as places for the clotheslines, to take the table.
Verse 28: You shall therefore make these poles of acacia wood, and overlay them with gold; and they will be taken to the table with them.
Verse 29: You will also make your dishes, and your spoons, and your covers, and your bowls with which to offer libations; of pure gold shalt thou make them.
Verse 30: And you shall put the bread of the proposition before my face in perpetuity on the table.
Verse 31: You shall also make a chandelier out of pure gold; beaten gold will make this chandelier; its foot, its stems, its cups, its buds, and its flowers will be of the same.
Verse 32: And six rods will come out of its sides; three rods of the chandelier on one side of it, and three rods on the other side of it.
Verse 33: On a stem there will be three almond-shaped glasses, a bud and a flower; and three almond-shaped glasses on the other stem, a bud and a flower; so will the six stems that come out of the chandelier.
Verse 34: But in the candlestick itself there will be four cups like almonds, with their buds and with its flowers;
Verse 35: And a bud under two stems coming out of it; and a button under two other rods that come out of it; and a button under two other rods that come out of it; so it will be done with the six rods that come out of the chandelier.
Verse 36: Its buds and stems will be the same; everything will be in one piece, beaten work of pure gold.
Verse 37: You will also make him seven lamps, which will be lit to illuminate in front of him.
Verse 38: Your stalkers and your extinguishers will be of pure gold.
Verse 39: You will make them of pure gold, with all these vessels.
Verse 40: Be careful, therefore, that you do it according to your model, which was shown to you on the mountain.
Verse 1: And the tabernacle shalt make ten curtains of fine twisted linen, and blue, purple, and crimson; with cherubs you will do them with painstaking work.
Verse 2: The length of a curtain will be twenty-eight cubits, and the width of a curtain of four cubits; all of these curtains will be of a measure.
Verse 3: Five curtains will be drawn together; and the other five curtains will intertwine with each other.
Verse 4: And thou shalt make loops of blue at the edge of a curtain, at the end, and at the junction; so you will also do at the edge of the end of the other curtain, at the second junction.
Verse 5: You shall make fifty loops on a curtain, and another fifty loops shall make on the end of the curtain which is in the second joint; the loops will be attached to each other.
Verse 6: And thou shalt make fifty clasps of gold, and shalt fasten the curtains together with these clasps, and it shall be a tabernacle.
Verse 7: You shall also make curtains of goats’ hair to serve as a tent over the tabernacle; you will make eleven curtains.
Verse 8: The length of a curtain will be thirty cubits, and the width of the same curtain four cubits; these eleven curtains will be of the same size.
Verse 9: And you shall join five of these curtains separately, and the other six curtains separately; and you will fold the sixth curtain in front of the tent.
Verse 10: And thou shalt make fifty loops on the edge of one curtain, at the end of the juncture, and fifty loops on the edge of the other curtain, on the second juncture.
Verse 11: You shall also make fifty copper brackets, and place the brackets on the loops, and thus assemble the tent, so that it may be one.
Verse 12: And the part that remains of the curtains of the tent, that is, the half of the curtain that remains, will hang over the back of the tabernacle.
Verse 13: And a cubit on one side, and another cubit on the other, which shall overhang the length of the tent-curtains, shall hang over the sides of the tabernacle on either side to cover it.
Verse 14: You shall also make a covering of sheepskin, dyed red, and another covering of badger skins on top of the tent.
Verse 15: You will also make the boards for the acacia wood tabernacle, which will be placed vertically.
Verse 16: The length of a plank will be ten cubits, and the width of each plank will be one and a half cubits.
Verse 17: Two slots will have each board, locked with each other; so shall you do with all the boards of the tabernacle.
Verse 18: And thou shalt make the boards for the tabernacle thus: twenty boards for the southern side.
Verse 19: You shall also make forty bases of silver under the twenty boards; two bases under one plank for its two sockets and two bases under another plank for its two sockets.
Verse 20: There will also be twenty boards on the other side of the tabernacle, on the north side,
Verse 21: With its forty silver bases; two bases under one board, and two bases under another board,
Verse 22: And beside the tabernacle to the west you shall make six boards.
Verse 23: You shall also make two boards for the corners of the tabernacle, on both sides.
Verse 24: And they shall be gathered together underneath, and above him they shall be gathered together in a ring. So it will be with the two boards; both will be by planks for the two corners.
Verse 25: So will the eight boards with their silver bases, sixteen bases; two bases under one board, and two bases under the other board.
Verse 26: You shall also make five platters of acacia wood for the boards on one side of the tabernacle,
Verse 27: And five boards for the boards on the other side of the tabernacle; as well as five bars for the boards on the other side of the tabernacle, on both sides, to the west.
Verse 28: And the central crosspiece will be in the middle of the boards, going from one end to the other.
Verse 29: And you shall overlay the boards with gold, and make their rings of gold to pass the platters through them; you will also overlay the platters with gold.
Verse 30: Then you will raise the tabernacle according to the model shown to you on the mountain.
Verse 31: Then you will make a veil of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twisted linen; with masterpiece cherubs it will be done.
Verse 32: And thou shalt place it on four pillars of here wood cia, covered with gold; their brackets will be made of gold, on four silver bases.
Verse 33: You shall hang the veil under the brackets, and put the ark of the testimony there within the veil; and this veil will separate you between the sanctuary and the most holy place,
Verse 34: And you shall place the cover of the mercy seat on the ark of the testimony in the most holy place,
Verse 35: And you shall put the table outside the veil, and the lampstand in front of the table, beside the tabernacle, to the south; but you will set the table beside the north.
Verse 36: You shall also make a curtain of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twisted linen for the door of the tent, made by an embroiderer.
Verse 37: And thou shalt make five pillars of acacia wood for this curtain, and overlay them with gold; its brackets shall be made of gold, and five copper bases shall be made of it.
Verse 1: You will also make the altar of acacia wood; five cubits the length, and five cubits the width (the altar will be square), and three cubits its height.
Verse 2: And thou shalt make its horns in its four corners; its ends shall be of the same, and you shall cover it with copper.
Verse 3: You shall also make its vessels, to collect its ash, and its shovels, and its basins, and its forks, and its braziers; you shall make all its utensils of copper.
Verse 4: You will also make a copper sieve in the form of a net, and you will make to this net four metal rings in its four corners.
Verse 5: And you shall put them down the edge of the altar, so that the net reaches to the middle of the altar.
Verse 6: You shall also make poles for the altar, poles of acacia wood, and cover them with copper.
Verse 7: And the poles will be placed on the rings, so that the poles are on both sides of the altar when it is carried.
Verse 8: Hollow and with planks thou shalt make it; as it was shown you in the mount, so shall they do.
Verse 9: You shall also make the courtyard of the tabernacle, on the south side that faces south; the courtyard will have curtains of fine twisted linen; the length of each side shall be one hundred cubits.
Verse 10: Its twenty columns and its twenty bases will also be of copper; the column brackets and their bands will be silver.
Verse 11: So also for the north side the curtains, in length, shall be a hundred cubits; and its twenty pillars and its twenty bases shall be of copper; the column brackets and their bands will be silver,
Verse 12: And in the width of the courtyard to the west side there will be curtains of fifty cubits; its columns ten, and its bases ten.
Verse 13: Similarly, the width of the courtyard on the east side for the uprising will be fifty cubits.
Verse 14: So that there are fifteen cubits of curtains on one side; its columns three, and its bases three.
Verse 15: And fifteen cubits of curtains on the other side; its columns three, and its bases three.
Verse 16: And at the gate of the courtyard there will be a curtain of twenty cubits, blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twisted linen, made by an embroiderer; its columns four, and its bases four.
Verse 17: All the columns in the surrounding courtyard will be girded with silver bands; its brackets will be of silver, but its bases of copper.
Verse 18: The length of the court shall be a hundred cubits, and the breadth fifty cubits on each side, and the height of five cubits, the curtains shall be of fine twisted linen; but its bases will be of copper.
Verse 19: For all the vessels of the tabernacle in all its service, even all its nails, and all the nails in the courtyard, will be of copper.
Verse 20: Thou shalt command the children of Israel to bring thee pure olive oil, beaten, for the lampstand, to make the lamps burn continually.
Verse 21: In the tent of meeting, outside the veil before the testimony, Aaron and his sons will set them in order, from evening until morning, before the Lord; this will be a perpetual status for the children of Israel, across their generations.
Verse 1: Then you will bring your brother Aaron, and his sons with him, from among the children of Israel, to administer the priestly office to me; namely: Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, Eleazar and Itamar, the sons of Aaron.
Verse 2: And thou shalt make sacred robes to Aaron thy brother, for glory and ornament.
Verse 3: You will also speak to all who are wise in heart, whom I have filled with the spirit of wisdom, to make robes of Aaron to sanctify him; so that the priestly office can be administered to me.
Verse 4: These are the garments they will make: a breastplate, and an ephod, and a cloak, and an embroidered tunic, a miter, and a belt; therefore shall they make holy garments for Aaron thy brother, and for his sons, to administer to me the priestly office.
Verse 5: And they will take gold, and blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen,
Verse 6: And they will make the ephod of gold, and of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, and of fine twisted linen, of fine work.
Verse 7: It shall have two shoulder posts, which are joined to its two ends, and thus unite will.
Verse 8: And the girdle of the fine work of his ephod, which shall be upon him, shall be of his own work, likewise, of gold, blue, and purple, and crimson, and fine twisted linen.
Verse 9: And you shall take two onyx stones, and you shall engrave on them the names of the children of Israel,
Verse 10: Six of their names on one stone, and the other six names on the other stone, according to their generations;
Verse 11: According to the work of the lapidary, like the lavor of seals, you will plow these two stones, with the names of the children of Israel; you will set them around in gold.
Verse 12: And you shall put the two stones on the shoulders of the ephod, as stones of remembrance for the children of Israel; and Aaron shall bear their names upon both his shoulders, for remembrance before the Lord.
Verse 13: Thou shalt also make gold settings,
Verse 14: And two chains of pure gold; of equal measure, with the work of a die you will make them; and you will put the little chains of string in the sockets.
Verse 15: You shall also make the breastplate of judicious work, according to the work of the ephod you shall do; of gold, blue, and purple, and crimson, and fine twisted linen shalt thou do it.
Verse 16: Square and double, it will be one span its length and one span its width.
Verse 17: And thou shalt fill it with setting stones, with four orders of stones; the order of a sardium, a topaz, and a carbuncle; this will be the first order;
Verse 18: And the second order will be an emerald, a sapphire, and a diamond;
Verse 19: And the third order shall be of a hyacinth, an agate, and an amethyst;
Verse 20: And the fourth order will be a beryl, and an onyx, and a jasper; set in gold will be in their settings.
Verse 21: And those stones will be according to the names of the children of Israel, twelve according to their names; they will be carved like seals, each with its name, for the twelve tribes.
Verse 22: You shall also make chains for the breastplate of equal measure, a work braided of pure gold.
Verse 23: And thou shalt make for the breastplate two rings of gold, and put the two rings on the ends of the breastplate.
Verse 24: Then you shall put the two chains of gold nozzle in the two rings, at the ends of the breastplate;
Verse 25: And thou shalt put the two ends of the two little strings of a die in the two sockets, and put them on the shoulders of the ephod, in front of it.
Verse 26: You shall also make two gold rings, and you shall place them on the two ends of the breastplate, on the edge of which is near the inside of the ephod.
Verse 27: And thou shalt make two rings of gold, which thou shalt put on the two shoulder pieces of the ephod, below, in front of it, near its junction, on the girdle of painstaking work of the ephod.
Verse 28: And they shall connect the breastplate, with its rings, to the rings of the ephod above, with a cord of blue, so that it is over the neat work belt of the ephod; and the breastplate of the ephod will never be separated.
Verse 29: So Aaron will carry the names of the children of Israel on the breastplate of judgment upon his heart, when he enters the sanctuary, for remembrance before the Lord continually.
Verse 30: You shall also put Urim and Thummim on the breastplate, so that they may be on the heart of Aaron, when he comes before the Lord: thus Aaron will carry the judgment of the children of Israel on his heart before the Lord continually.
Verse 31: You will also make the mantle of the ephod, all in blue.
Verse 32: And the opening of the head will be in the middle of it; this opening will have a work border woven around it; as the opening of the chain mail it will be, so that it does not break.
Verse 33: And on its edges you shall make pomegranates of blue, and purple, and scarlet, around its edges; and gold bells in the middle of them around.
Verse 34: A golden bell, and a pomegranate, another golden bell, and another pomegranate, will be around the edges of the robe around,
Verse 35: And it will be over Aaron when he minister, so that his sound may be heard, when he enters the sanctuary before the Lord, and when he goes out, lest he die.
Verse 36: You will also make a blade of pure gold, and you will engrave on it as the engravings of seals: HOLINESS TO THE LORD.
Verse 37: And thou shalt bind it with a cord of blue, so that it is in the mitre, in front of the mitre it shall be;
Verse 38: And it shall be upon Aaron’s forehead, that Aaron may bear the iniquity of the holy things, which the children of Israel shall sanctify in all the offerings of their holy things; and it will be continually on his forehead, so that they have acceptance before the Lord.
Verse 39: You shall also make a fine linen robe; you will also make a fine linen miter; but the belt will do the work of an embroiderer.
Verse 40: You shall also make tunics for the sons of Aaron, and make belts for them; you will also make tiaras for them, for glory and ornament.
Verse 41: And you shall dress Aaron your brother with them, and also his sons; and you shall anoint and consecrate them, and sanctify them, that they may administer the priesthood to me.
Verse 42: Make them also linen breeches to cover their bare flesh; they will go from the loins to the thighs.
Verse 43: And they shall be over Aaron, and over his sons, when he enters they walk in the tent of meeting, or when they come to the altar to minister in the sanctuary, lest they bear iniquity and die; this will be a perpetual status for him and for his offspring after him.
Verse 11: The Lord spoke to Moses saying,
Verse 12: When you count the children of Israel, according to their sum, each one of them will give the Lord the ransom of his soul when you count them; lest there be any plague among them when you count them.
Verse 13: Everyone who passes through the enrollment will give this: half a shekel, according to the sanctuary shekel (this shekel is twenty genera); half a shekel is an offering to the Lord.
Verse 14: Anyone who goes through the list, from twenty years old and upwards, will give the offering raised to the Lord.
Verse 15: The rich will give no more, and the poor will give no less than half the shekel, when they give the offering raised to the Lord, to make atonement for your souls.
Verse 16: And you shall take the money for the atonements of the children of Israel, and give it to the service of the tent of meeting; and it will be for the remembrance of the children of Israel before the Lord, to make atonement for your souls.
Verse 17: And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 18: And thou shalt make a copper laver, with its copper base, to wash; and put it between the tent of meeting and the altar; and you will pour water into it.
Verse 19: And Aaron and his sons shall wash their hands and feet in it.
Verse 20: When they enter the tent of meeting, they will wash themselves with water, lest they die, or when they come to the altar to minister, to light the burnt offering to the Lord.
Verse 21: They shall therefore wash their hands and their feet, that they may not die; and this will be for them perpetual status to him and his descendants in their generations.
Verse 22: The Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 23: You therefore take for yourself the main spices, the purest myrrh five hundred shekels, and half aromatic cinnamon, namely two hundred and fifty shekels, and two hundred and fifty shekels of aromatic calamus,
Verse 24: And five hundred shekels of cassia after the sanctuary shekel, and one hin of olive oil.
Verse 25: And from this thou shalt make the oil of the holy anointing, the perfume composed according to the work of the perfumer: this will be the oil of the holy anointing.
Verse 26: And with him you will anoint the tent of meeting, and the ark of the testimony,
Verse 27: And the table with all its utensils, and the lampstand with its utensils, and the altar of incense.
Verse 28: And the altar of burnt offering with all its utensils, and the sink with its base.
Verse 29: So thou shalt sanctify these things, that they may be most holy; everything that touches them will be holy.
Verse 30: Thou shalt also anoint Aaron and his sons, and sanctify them to administer the priesthood to me.
Verse 31: And thou shalt speak to the children of Israel, saying, This shall be the oil of holy anointing to me throughout your generations.
Verse 32: The flesh of man will not be anointed with it, neither will you make another of a similar composition; it is holy, and it will be holy to you.
Verse 33: The man who composes a perfume like this, or puts it on a stranger, will be cut off from his people.
Verse 34: And the Lord said to Moses, Take aromatic spices, storax, and omnischa, and galbanum; these aromatic spices and pure incense, in equal proportion;
Verse 35: And of this thou shalt make incense, a perfume after the perfumer’s art, tempered, pure, and holy;
Verse 36: And you shall grind a part of it, and put it before the testimony, in the tent of meeting, where I will come to you; a most holy thing it will be to you.
Verse 37: But the incense you will make according to that composition, you will not make it for yourselves; it will be holy to the Lord.
Verse 38: The man who does such as this to smell, will be cut off from his people.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Behold, I have called by name Bezalel, the son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah,
Verse 3: And I filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, and with understanding, and with science, in all favors,
Verse 4: To design projects, and to work in gold, silver, and copper,
Verse 5: And in cutting stones for setting, and in carvings of wood, to work in all the work.
Verse 6: And, behold, I have put Aoliabe, the son of Ahisamak of the tribe of Dan, with him, and have given wisdom to the hearts of all those who are skilled, that they may do all that I have commanded you.
Verse 7: Namely, the tent of meeting, and the ark of the testimony, and the mercy seat that shall be over it, and all the belongings of the tent;
Verse 8: And the table with its utensils, and the chandelier of pure gold with all its belongings, and the altar of incense;
Verse 9: And the altar of burnt offering with all its utensils, and the basin with its base;
Verse 10: And the robes of the ministry, and the holy robes of Aaron the priest, and the robes of his sons, to administer the priesthood;
Verse 11: And the anointing oil, and the incense aromatic for the sanctuary; they will do according to everything that I have sent you.
Verse 12: The Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 13: Thou therefore speak unto the children of Israel, saying, Surely ye shall keep my sabbaths; for this is a sign between me and you in your generations; so that you may know that I am the Lord, who sanctifies you.
Verse 14: So keep the Sabbath, because it is holy to you; he who profanes it will surely die; because whoever does any work on it, that soul will be eliminated from the midst of his people.
Verse 15: Six days will be worked, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of rest, holy to the Lord; whoever does any work on the Sabbath day will surely die.
Verse 16: The children of Israel will therefore keep the Sabbath, celebrating it throughout their generations as a perpetual covenant.
Verse 17: Between me and the children of Israel it will be a sign forever; for in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, and on the seventh day he rested, and was refreshed.
Verse 7: The Lord said to Moses, Go, go down; because your people, who brought you up out of Egypt, have been corrupted,
Verse 8: And he has quickly strayed from the path which I had commanded him; they made themselves a molten calf, and they bowed down, and offered sacrifices to them, and said, This is your god, O Israel, who brought you out of the land of Egypt.
Verse 9: And the Lord said to Moses, I have seen this people, and, behold, they are a stiff-necked people.
Verse 10: Now therefore leave me, that my fury may be kindled against him, and consume him; and I will make you a great nation.
Verse 34: Go now, lead this people where I have told you; behold, my angel will go before you; but on the day of my visitation I will visit their sin in them.
Verse 1: And the LORD said to Moses, Go, go up from here, you and the people that you brought up out of the land of Egypt, to the land that I swore to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, saying, I will give it to your descendants.
Verse 2: And I will send an angel before you, and will cast out the Canaanites, and the Amorites, and the Hittites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites,
Verse 3: To a land flowing with milk and honey; for I will not go up in the midst of thee, because thou art a stiff-necked people, lest I consume thee in the way.
Verse 17: Then the Lord said to Moses, I will also do this, which you have said; because you have found favor in my eyes, and I know you by name.
Verse 21: And the Lord said, Here is a place with me; here you will put yourself on the rock.
Verse 22: And it shall come to pass, when my glory passes away, that I will put thee in a cleft of the rock, and will cover thee with my hand, until I have passed away.
Verse 23: And when I have taken away my hand, you will see me from behind; but my face will not be seen.
Verse 1: Then the LORD said to Moses, Plow two tablets of stone, like the first; and I will write on the tablets the same words that were on the first tablets, which you broke.
Verse 2: And prepare for tomorrow, that you may go up in the morning to Mount Sinai, and there stand before me on the top of the mountain.
Verse 3: And let no one go up with you, and let no one appear on the whole mountain; neither sheep nor oxen graze in front of the mountain.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: In the first month, on the first day of the month, you will lift up the tabernacle from the tent of meeting,
Verse 3: And you shall put the ark of the testimony in it, and cover the ark with the veil.
Verse 4: Then you will set the table on it, and put in order what should be put in order on it; you shall also place the lampstand in it, and light its lamps.
Verse 5: And thou shalt set the golden altar for incense before the ark of the testimony; then you shall hang the curtain on the door of the tabernacle.
Verse 6: And thou shalt set the altar of burnt offering before the door of the tabernacle of the tent of meeting.
Verse 7: And you shall put the sink between the tent of meeting and the altar, and you shall put water in it.
Verse 8: Afterwards thou shalt set the court round about, and hang the curtain at the gate of the court.
Verse 9: Then take the anointing oil, and anoint the tabernacle, and everything in it; and thou shalt sanctify him with all his belongings, and he shall be holy.
Verse 10: You will also anoint the altar of burnt offering and all its utensils; and you will sanctify the altar; and the altar will be most holy.
Verse 11: Then shalt thou anoint the laver and its base, and sanctify it.
Verse 12: Thou shalt also bring Aaron and his sons to the door of the tent of meeting; and you will wash them with water.
Verse 13: And thou shalt dress Aaron in holy garments, and shalt anoint him, and sanctify him, that he may administer the priesthood to me.
Verse 14: Thou shalt also bring their children near, and put on their tunics,
Verse 15: And thou shalt anoint them as thou hast anointed their father, that they may administer the priesthood to me, and their anointing shall be an everlasting priesthood to them throughout their generations.
Verse 1: And when any person sins, hearing a voice of blasphemy, that he is a witness, either because he has seen , or because he knew, if he does not denounce him, then he will lead to his iniquity.
Verse 2: Or, when someone touches something unclean, be it dead body of unclean beast, be dead body of unclean animal, or dead body of unclean reptile, even if he did not know, yet he will be unclean and guilty.
Verse 3: Or when he touches a man’s uncleanness, whatever his uncleanness may be, that he should be unclean, and hidden from him, and he learns it afterwards, he shall be guilty.
Verse 4: Or, when a person swears, pronouncing recklessly with his lips, to do harm, or to do good, in everything that a man pronounces recklessly with an oath, and it is hidden from him, and he knows it later, he will be guilty in a of these things.
Verse 5: It will therefore be that, being guilty in one of these things, he will confess what he has sinned.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: When a person sins, and transgresses against the Lord, and denies to his neighbor what he has kept him, or what he has left in his hand, or theft, or what he has violently withheld from his neighbor,
Verse 3: Or that he found the lost, and to deny it with false oath, or to do something else of all that man usually sins;
Verse 4: Is it then that, as he sinned and became guilty, he will restore what he stole, or that which he violently withheld, or the deposit given him in safekeeping, or the lost that he found,
Verse 5: Or everything that he falsely swore about; and he will restore it as a whole, and on top of that he will add the fifth; he will be given to him on the day of his atonement.
Verse 8: And the Lord spoke to Aaron, saying,
Verse 9: You shall not drink wine or strong drink, neither you nor your children with you, when you enter the tent of meeting, lest you die; this will be a perpetual status among your generations;
Verse 10: And to make a difference between the holy and the profane and between the unclean and the clean,
Verse 11: And to teach the children of Israel all the statutes that the Lord has spoken to them through Moses.
Verse 1: And the LORD spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying to them:
Verse 2: Speak to the children of Israel, saying, These are the animals, which you shall eat out of all the animals that are on the earth;
Verse 3: Among animals, everyone who has cleaved nails, and the cleavage of the nails is divided into two, and cud, you shall eat of them.
Verse 4: Of these, however, you shall not eat; those who ruminate or those with cracked nails; the camel, which chews but has no split nails; he will be unclean to you;
Verse 5: And the rabbit, because it chews, but its nails are not split; he will be unclean to you;
Verse 6: And the hare, because it chews, but its nails are not split; it will be unclean to you.
Verse 7: The pig too, because it has split nails, and the nail crack splits in two, but it does not chew; it will be unclean to you.
Verse 8: Of their flesh ye shall not eat, nor touch their dead bodies; these will be unclean to you.
Verse 9: Of all the animals that are in the waters, you will eat the following: all that have fins and scales, in the waters, in the seas and in the rivers, these you shall eat.
Verse 10: But whoever has neither fins nor scales in the seas and rivers, every creeping thing in the waters, and every living thing that is in the waters, these shall be an abomination to you.
Verse 11: They will therefore be yours for an abomination; you shall not eat of its flesh, and you shall abhor its corpse.
Verse 12: Whoever does not have fins or scales in the waters shall be an abomination to you.
Verse 13: You will abhor birds; they will not be eaten, they will be an abomination: the eagle, and the shatterer, and the xofrango,
Verse 14: And the corn, and the vulture according to its kind.
Verse 15: Every raven after its kind,
Verse 16: And the ostrich, and the owl, and the gull, and the hawk after their kind.
Verse 17: And the snitch, and the cormorant, and the owl,
Verse 18: And the rook, and the swan, and the pelican,
Verse 19: And the stork, the heron after its kind, and spares it, and the bat.
Verse 20: Every flying insect that walks on four feet will be an abomination to you.
Verse 21: But this you will eat of every insect that flies, that walks on four feet: the one that has legs on its feet, to jump with them on the earth.
Verse 22: You will eat these: the locust according to its kind, the locust devouring according to its kind, the cricket according to its kind, and the locust according to its kind.
Verse 23: And all other flying insects, which have four feet, will be an abomination to you.
Verse 24: And for these ye shall be unclean: whosoever toucheth their dead bodies, he shall be unclean until evening.
Verse 25: Anyone who takes away their dead bodies will wash their clothes, and be unclean until evening.
Verse 26: Every animal that has a cleft toe, but the cleft is not divided in two, and every animal that does not chew the cud will be unclean to you; anyone who touches them will be unclean.
Verse 27: And every animal that walks on its feet, every animal that walks from four feet he shall be unclean to you; whoever touches their bodies will be unclean until the afternoon.
Verse 28: And whoever takes their corpses will wash their clothes, and will be unclean until evening; they will be unclean to you.
Verse 29: These will also be unclean to you among the reptiles that crawl on the earth; the weasel, and the rat, and the tortoise according to their kind,
Verse 30: And the hedgehog, and the lizard, and the gecko, and the slug and the mole.
These shall be unclean to you among all reptiles; whoever touches them, when they are dead, will be unclean until the evening.
Verse 31: And everything on which anything falls from them while they are dead will be unclean; whether a wooden vessel, or a garment, or a skin, or a sack, any instrument, with which some work is done, will be put in the water, and will be unclean until evening; then it will be cleaned.
Verse 32: And every clay pot, in which something falls from them, everything in it will be unclean, and the pot will break.
Verse 33: All the food that is eaten, on which water falls from such vessels, will be unclean; and all the drink that is drunk, deposited in these vessels, will be unclean.
Verse 34: And that which any part of his dead body falls upon, will be unclean; the oven and the clay pot will be broken; they are unclean: therefore they will be unclean to you.
Verse 35: But the fountain or cistern, in which water is collected, shall be clean, but whoever touches its dead body will be unclean.
Verse 36: And if anything falls from their dead bodies on a seed that is to be sown, it shall be cleansed;
Verse 37: But if water is poured on the seed, and if anything falls on it from their carcasses, it will be unclean to you.
Verse 38: And if any of the beasts that are food for you die, whosoever touches its dead body will be unclean until evening;
Verse 39: And whoever eats from his corpse shall wash his clothes, and be unclean until evening; and whoever takes his dead body will wash his clothes, and will be unclean until evening.
Verse 40: And every thing that creepeth on the earth shall be an abomination; it will not be eaten.
Verse 41: Everything that walks on the belly, and everything that walks on four feet, or that has many feet, among all the reptile that crawls on the earth, you will not eat, because they are an abomination.
Verse 42: Be ye not abominable by any creeping thing, neither defile yourselves in them, lest ye be unclean by them;
Verse 43: For I am the Lord your God; therefore you will sanctify yourselves, and you will be holy, because I am holy; and you will not defile yourselves with any reptile that crawls on the earth;
Verse 44: For I am the Lord, who brought you up out of the land of Egypt, that I may be your God, and that you may be holy; because I am holy.
Verse 46: This is the law of animals, and of birds, and of every living creature that moves in the waters, and of every creature that creeps on the earth;
Verse 47: To differentiate between the unclean and the clean; and between animals that can be eaten and animals that cannot be eaten.
Verse 1:And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Speak to the children of Israel, saying: If a woman conceives and gives birth to a boy, she will be unclean seven days, just as in the days of separation from her illness, she will be unclean.
Verse 3: And on the eighth day the boy’s flesh will be circumcised.
Verse 4: Afterward she shall remain thirty-three days in the blood of her cleansing; no holy thing will touch and enter the sanctuary until the days of its purification are completed.
Verse 5: But if you give birth to a girl she will be unclean for two weeks, as in her separation; then he will be sixty-six days in the blood of her purification.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them, I am the Lord your God.
Verse 3: You will not do according to the works of the land of Egypt, in which you dwelt, nor will you do according to the works of the land of Canaan, to which I am taking you, nor will you walk in its statutes.
Verse 4: You will do according to my judgments, and keep my statutes, to walk in them. I am the Lord your God.
Verse 5: Therefore keep my statutes and my judgments; who, observing them, will live for them. I am the Lord.
Verse 6: No man will approach any relative of his flesh, to discover his nakedness. I am the Lord.
Verse 7: You will not discover the nakedness of your father and your mother: she is your mother; you will not discover her nakedness.
Verse 8: Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness of thy father’s wife; it’s your father’s nudity.
Verse 9: The nakedness of thy sister, thy father’s daughter, or thy mother’s daughter, born in the house or out of the house, thou shalt not uncover her nakedness.
Verse 10: The nakedness of your son’s daughter, or of your daughter’s daughter, her nakedness you shall not uncover; because it’s your nakedness.
Verse 11: The nakedness of thy father’s wife’s daughter, begotten of thy father (she is thy sister), thou shalt not uncover her nakedness.
Verse 12: The nakedness of your father’s sister i shall not find out; she is related to your father.
Verse 13: Your mother’s sister’s nakedness you will not discover; because she is related to your mother.
Verse 14: The nakedness of your father’s brother you will not discover; thou shalt not approach his wife; she is your aunt.
Verse 15: You will not discover the nakedness of your daughter-in-law: she is your son’s wife; you will not discover her nakedness.
Verse 16: Thou shalt not uncover the nakedness of thy brother’s wife; it is your brother’s nakedness.
Verse 17: The nakedness of a woman and her daughter you will not discover; thou shalt not take her son’s daughter, nor her daughter’s daughter, to discover her nakedness; kin are; evil is.
Verse 18: And you shall not take a woman together with your sister, to make her your rival, discovering her nakedness before her in your life.
Verse 19: And you will not reach the woman during the separation from her filth, to discover her nakedness,
Verse 20: Neither shalt thou lie with thy neighbor’s wife for copulation, to defile thyself with her.
Verse 21: And you shall give none of your offspring to pass through the fire before Molech; and you shall not profane the name of your God. I am the Lord.
Verse 26: But you will keep my statutes and my judgments, and you will make none of these abominations, neither the natural nor the foreigner who wanders among you;
Verse 27: For all these abominations did the men of this land, who were in it before you; and the land was contaminated.
Verse 28: Lest the land vomit you, having defiled it, as the nation that was before it vomited.
Verse 29: But whoever does any of these abominations, yes, those who do will be cut off from their people.
Verse 30: Therefore ye shall keep my commandment, doing none of the abominable practices which were done before you, and defile yourselves not with them. I am the Lord your God.
Verse 1:And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Speak to the whole congregation of the children of Israel, and say to them, Saints you will be, because I, the Lord your God, am holy.
Verse 3: Every man shall fear his mother and father, and keep my sabbaths. I am the Lord your God.
Verse 4: You will not turn to idols or become molten gods. I am the Lord your God.
Verse 5: And when ye offer a sacrifice of peace to the Lord, of your own will ye shall offer it.
Verse 6: The day you sacrifice it, and the day after, it will be eaten; but what remains on the third day will be burned with fire.
Verse 7: And if any of it is eaten on the third day, it is an abomination; will not be accepted.
Verse 8: And whoever eats him will carry his iniquity, because he has profaned the holiness of the Lord; therefore such a soul will be cut off from his people.
Verse 9: When you also harvest your land, the corner of your field you will not reap fully, nor will the fallen ears reap from your harvest.
Verse 10: You shall not likewise scribble your vineyard, nor reap the fallen berries from your vineyard; you will leave them to the poor and to the foreigner. I am the Lord your God.
Verse 11: Ye shall not steal, nor lie, nor falsely each one with his neighbor;
Verse 12: You shall not swear false by my name, for you shall profane the name of your God. I am the Lord.
Verse 13: You shall not oppress your neighbor, nor steal from him; the daily laborer’s payment will not be with you until the morning.
Verse 14: Thou shalt not curse the deaf, nor stumble before the blind; but you will fear your God. I am the Lord.
Verse 15: Thou shalt not do injustice in the judgment; you shall not respect the poor, nor honor the mighty; you will justly judge your neighbor.
Verse 16: Thou shalt not be a gossip among your people; you will not be against the blood of your neighbor. I am the Lord.
Verse 17: Thou shalt not hate your brother in your heart; thou shalt not fail to rebuke thy neighbor, and because of him shalt not suffer sin.
Verse 18: You shall not avenge yourself or bear anger against the children of your people; but you will love your neighbor as yourself. I am the Lord.
Verse 19: You will keep my statutes; you will not allow your animals of different species to mix together; in your field you will not sow different seeds, and you will not wear clothes of different mixed upholstery.
Verse 20: And when a man lies with a woman who is a servant married to another man, and is not rescued even if he has been given freedom, then they will be flogged; they will not die because she has not been released.
Verse 21: And, for the atonement of his guilt, he will bring to the Lord, at the door of the tent of meeting, a ram of atonement,
Verse 22: And with the ram of trespass, the priest shall make atonement for him before the LORD, for his sin which he hath committed; and he will be forgiven.
Verse 23: And when you have entered the earth, and have planted the whole tree to eat, its fruit will be uncircumcised to you; three years will be uncircumcised to you; it will not be eaten.
Verse 24: But in the fourth year all its fruit shall be holy to give praise to the Lord Verse 25: And in the fifth year you shall eat its fruit, that it may increase your yield. I am the Lord your God.
Verse 26: You will not eat anything with the blood; you shall not foresee or guess.
Verse 27: You will not cut your hair, rounding the corners of your head, nor will you damage the ends of your beard.
Verse 28: For the dead you will not strike your flesh; neither shall you make any mark upon you. I am the Lord.
Verse 29: Thou shalt not defile thy daughter by causing her to prostitute herself; lest the land be fornication, nor be filled with wickedness.
Verse 30: Ye shall keep my sabbaths, and my sanctuary shall ye revere. I am the Lord.
Verse 31: You will not turn to the diviners and the enchanters; do not seek them, defiling yourself with them. I am the Lord your God.
Verse 32: Before the khan you will rise, and honor the face of the elder; and you will fear your God. I am the Lord.
Verse 33: And when a foreigner sojourns with you in your land, you shall not oppress him.
Verse 34: As a natural among you will be the foreigner who wanders with you; you will love him as yourself, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt. I am the Lord your God.
Verse 35: You will not commit injustice in judgment, nor in rod, nor in weight, nor in measure.
Verse 36: Fair scales, just weights, fair ephah, and just you will have. I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt.
Verse 37: Therefore you shall keep all my statutes, and all my judgments, and do them. I am the Lord.
Verse 1: You will not make idols for yourself, nor will you stand up as a sculpture image, nor a statue, nor put a figured stone in your land, to bow to it; for I am the LORD your God.
Verse 3: If you walk in my statutes, and keep my commandments, and keep them,
Verse 4: Then I will give you rains in due season; and the land will give its harvest, and the tree of the field will give its fruit;
Verse 5: And the threshing will come to you at the harvest, and the harvest will come to the sowing; and you shall eat your bread to the full, and dwell safely in your land.
Verse 6: I will also give peace on earth, and you will sleep soundly, and there will be no one who will scare you away; and I will bring an end to the harmful animals of the land, and no sword will pass through your land.
Verse 11: And I will put my tabernacle in your midst, and my soul from you will not be bored.
Verse 12: And I will walk among you, and I will be your God, and you will be my people.
Verse 1:And the LORD spake unto Moses in the wilderness of Sinai, in the tent of meeting, on the first day of the second month, in the second year of his coming out of the land of Egypt, saying,
Verse 2: Take the sum of all the congregation of the children of Israel, according to their families, according to the house of their fathers, according to the number of the names of every man, head for head;
Verse 3: From twenty years old and upward, all that are able to go out to war in Israel, these shall ye number according to their armies, thou and Aaron.
Verse 4: A man from each tribe will be with you, who is head of your parents’ house.
Verse 5: These, then, are the names of the men who will be with you: De Reuben, Elizur, son of Sedeur;
Verse 6: Of Simeon, Shelumiel the son of Zurisadai;
Verse 7: From Judah, Naasson the son of Aminadab;
Verse 8: From Issachar, Nathaniel the son of Zuar;
Verse 9: From Zebulun, Eliab, son of Helon;
Verse 10: Of the sons of Joseph: Of Ephraim, Elisama, son of Amihud; from Manasseh, Gamaliel, son of Pedazur;
Verse 11: From Benjamin, Abidan, son of Gideoni;
Verse 12: From Dan, Aieser, son of Amisadai;
Verse 13: De Asher, Pagiel, son of Ocran;
Verse 14: From Gad, Eliasaph, son of Deuel;
Verse 15: From Naphtali, Aira, son of Enan.
Verse 48: Because the Lord had spoken to Moses, saying,
Verse 49: But you shall not count the tribe of Levi, nor take the sum of them among the children of Israel;
Verse 50: But you put the Levites on the tabernacle of the testimony, and on all its utensils, and on all that belongs to it; they will take the tabernacle and all its utensils; and they will administer it, and will encamp around the tabernacle.
Verse 51: And when the tabernacle departs, the Levites will disarm it; and when the tabernacle is to sit in the camp, the Levites shall set it up; and the stranger who approaches will die.
Verse 52: And the children of Israel will pitch their tents, each in his squadron, and each by his flag, according to his armies.
Verse 53: But the Levites shall pitch their tents around the tabernacle of the testimony, that there may not be indignation upon the congregation of the children of Israel; therefore the Levites shall take care of guarding the tabernacle of the testimony.
Verse 1: And the LORD spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying,
Verse 2: The children of Israel will pitch their tents, each under his flag, according to the insignia of their parents’ house; around, in front of the tent of meeting, they will pitch their tents.
Verse 3: They that pitch their tents from the east to the east, shall be of the banner of the host of Judah, according to their squadrons, and Naashon the son of Amminadab shall be prince of the children of Judah.
Verse 4: And his army, those that were numbered of them, were seventy-four thousand and six hundred.
Verse 5: And the tents of Issachar will pitch their tents with him; and Nathaniel the son of Zuar will be the prince of the children of Issachar.
Verse 6: And his army, those that were numbered of them, was fifty and four thousand and four hundred.
Verse 7: Then the tribe of Zebulun; and Eliab, son of Helam, will be the prince of the children of Zebulun.
Verse 8: And his army, those that were numbered of them, were fifty-seven thousand and four hundred.
Verse 9: All who were numbered from the army of Judah, one hundred and eighty-six thousand and four hundred, according to their squads, these will march first.
Verse 10: The banner of Reuben’s army, according to their squadrons, shall be towards the south; and Elizur, son of Sedeur, will be prince of the children of Reuben,
Verse 11: And his army, those that were numbered of them, were forty-six thousand and five hundred.
Verse 12: And the tribe of Simeon will pitch their tents with him; and Selumiel, son of Zurisadai, will be the prince of the sons of Simeon.
Verse 13: And his army, those that were numbered of them, were fifty-nine thousand three hundred.
Verse 14: Then the tribe of Gad; and Eliasaph the son of Reuel will be the prince of the children of Gad.
Verse 15: And his army, those that were numbered of them, were forty-five thousand six hundred and fifty.
Verse 16: All who were numbered in the army of Reuben were one hundred and fifty-one thousand, four hundred and fifty, according to their squads; and these will march in second place.
Verse 17: Then shall the Tent of Meeting depart with the army of the Levites in the midst of armies; as they pitched their tents, so will they march, each in his place, according to his flags.
Verse 18: The flag of Ephraim’s army, according to its squadrons, will be on the west side; and Elisama, son of Amihud, will be the prince of the children of Ephraim.
Verse 19: And his army, those that were numbered of them, was forty thousand and five hundred.
Verse 20: And with him will be the tribe of Manasseh; and Gamaliel, son of Pedazur, will be the prince of the sons of Manasseh.
Verse 21: And his army, those that were numbered of them, was thirty-two thousand and two hundred.
Verse 22: Afterwards the tribe of Benjamin; and Abidan the son of Gideoni shall be prince of the children of Benjamin,
Verse 23: And his army, those that were numbered of them, was thirty-five thousand and four hundred.
Verse 24: All that were numbered in the army of Ephraim were an hundred and eight thousand and a hundred, according to their squadrons; and these will march in third place.
Verse 25: The banner of the army of Dan shall be toward the north, according to their squadrons; and Ayeser the son of Amisadai will be prince of the children of Dan.
Verse 26: And his army, those that were numbered of them, were sixty-two thousand and seven hundred.
Verse 27: And the tribe of Asher shall pitch their tents beside him; and Pagiel, son of Ochran, will be the prince of the children of Asher.
Verse 28: And his army, those that were numbered of them, were forty-one thousand and five hundred.
Verse 29: Afterwards the tribe of Naphtali; and Aira the son of Enan shall be prince of the children of Naphtali.
Verse 30: And his army, those that were numbered of them, was fifty-three thousand and four hundred.
Verse 31: All who were numbered in the army of Dan were one hundred and fifty-seven thousand and six hundred; these will march in last place, according to their banners.
Verse 32: These are the ones that were numbered of the children of Israel, according to their parents’ house; all that were numbered of the armies by their squads were six hundred and three thousand and five hundred and fifty.
Verse 5:And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 6: Bring the tribe of Levi near, and set it before Aaron the priest, that they may serve him,
Verse 7: And be careful of your guard, and of the guard of the whole congregation, in front of the tent of congregation, to administer the ministry of the tabernacle.
Verse 8: And take care of all the utensils of the tent of meeting, and of the guardianship of the children of Israel, to administer the ministry of the tabernacle.
Verse 9: And thou shalt give the Levites to Aaron and to his sons; from among the children of Israel they are given to them as a gift.
Verse 10: But you shall command Aaron and his sons to keep their priesthood, and the stranger who arrives will die.
Verse 11: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 12: And I, behold, I have taken the Levites from among the children of Israel, instead of every firstborn that opens the womb among the children of Israel; and the Levites will be mine.
Verse 13: For every firstborn is mine; since the day and m that I have smitten every firstborn in the land of Egypt, I have sanctified to myself every firstborn in Israel, from man to beast: mine shall be; I am the Lord.
Verse 14: And the LORD spake unto Moses in the wilderness of Sinai, saying,
Verse 15: Number the children of Levi by their fathers’ house by their families; shalt thou tell every man from the age of one month and upwards.
Verse 40: And the LORD said unto Moses, Count every firstborn male of the children of Israel, from a month old and upward, and take the number of their names,
Verse 41: And thou shalt take the Levites for me (I am the Lord), in place of all the firstborn of the children of Israel, and the beasts of the Levites, in place of all the firstborn among the beasts of the children of Israel.
Verse 44: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 45: Take the Levites instead of all the firstborn among the children of Israel, and the beasts of the Levites instead of their beasts; for the Levites shall be mine: I am the Lord.
Verse 46: As for the two hundred and seventy-three that are to be redeemed from the firstborn of the children of Israel, which exceed the number of the Levites,
Verse 47: Thou shalt take five shekels for the head; according to the shekel of the sanctuary thou shalt take them, at twenty begets the shekel.
Verse 48: And to Aaron and to his sons shalt thou give the money of the ransomed, of those who are left among them.
Verse 1: And the LORD spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying,
Verse 2: Make the sum of the children of Kohath, among the children of Levi, by their families, according to their parents’ house;
Verse 3: From the age of thirty years and upward until the age of fifty, everyone who enters into this service will be to do the work in the tent of meeting.
Verse 4: This will be the ministry of the children of Kohath in the tent of meeting, in the most holy things.
Verse 5: When the camp departs, Aaron and his sons shall come and remove the veil from the tent, and cover the ark of the testimony with it;
Verse 6: And they will put a covering of badger skins on top of it, and they will spread a cloth, all blue, over it and put the clotheslines on it.
Verse 7: A blue cloth will also be spread over the table of proposition; and dishes, spoons, and bowls and pitchers for libation will be placed on it; also the continual bread will be upon her.
Verse 8: Then they will spread a crimson cloth over them, and they will cover it with the covering of badger skins, and place their poles on it.
Verse 9: Then shall they take a blue cloth, and cover the lampstand of the lamp, and its lamps, and its taps, and its quenchers, and all its vessels of oil, with which they serve it.
Verse 10: And they shall envelop him, and all his utensils, in the covering of badger skins; and they will put it on the poles.
Verse 11: And on the golden altar they will spread a blue cloth, and with the covering of badger skins, they will cover it and put their poles on it.
Verse 12: They will also take all the utensils of the ministry, with which they serve in the sanctuary; and they will put them on a blue cloth, and they will cover them with a covering of badger skins, and they will put them on the poles.
Verse 13: And they shall take the ashes off the altar, and spread a purple cloth over it.
Verse 14: And on him shall they place all his instruments with which they serve him: his braziers, his forks, and his shovels, and his basins; all belongings on the altar;
Verse 17: And the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying,
Verse 18: Ye shall not let the tribe of the families of the Kohathites be cut off from among the Levites.
Verse 19: But this shall ye do unto them, that they may live and not die, when they draw near to the most holy things: Aaron and his sons shall come, and shall place every one in his ministry and in his charge,
Verse 20: But they will not come in to see, when they cover the sanctuary, lest they die.
Verse 21: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 22: Add the sum of the children of Gershon according to the house of their fathers, according to their families:
Verse 23: From the age of thirty years old and up to fifty, you will tell everyone who enters to engage in his service to perform the ministry in the tent of meeting.
Verse 24: This will be the ministry of the Gersonite families in service and in office.
Verse 25: So they will take the curtains of the tabernacle, and the tabernacle of the congregation, and its covering, which is above it, and the curtain of the door of the tabernacle of the congregation,
Verse 26: And the curtains of the court, and the curtain of the gate of the court, which is by the tabernacle, and by the altar round about, and its cords, and all the instruments of its ministry, with all that pertains to them to serve.
Verse 27: All the ministry of the children of the Gershonites, in all their charge, and in all their work, shall be according to the command of Aaron and his sons; and you shall assign them the responsibilities of their office.
Verse 28: This is the ministry of the families of the children of the Gershonites in the tent of meeting; and his guard shall be under the hand of Ithamar the son of Aaron the ministry Verse 29: As for the sons of Merari, by their families, and by their fathers’ house shalt thou number them;
Verse 30: From the age of thirty years and upward, until fifty, thou shalt count everyone who enters into this service, to administer the ministry of the tent of meeting.
Verse 31: This then shall be the responsibility of his office, according to all his ministry, in the tabernacle of meeting: The tables of the tabernacle, and its poles, and its pillars, and its bases;
Verse 32: And the pillars of the court round about, and their bases, and their stakes, and their cords, with all their instruments, and with all their service; and you will count the objects you will be in charge of, name by name.
Verse 33: This is the ministry of the families of the sons of Merari, according to all their ministry, in the tent of meeting, under the hand of Ithamar the son of Aaron the priest.
Verse 34: So Moses and Aaron and the princes of the congregation numbered the sons of the Kohathites according to their families, and according to the house of their fathers;
Verse 35: From thirty years old and upward, to fifty, every one who has entered into this service, for the ministry of the tent of meeting.
Verse 36: They that were numbered of them, according to their families, were two thousand seven hundred and fifty.
Verse 37: These are those that were numbered of the families of the Kohathites, of every one ministering in the tent of meeting, whom Moses and Aaron numbered, according to the commandment of the LORD by the hand of Moses.
Verse 38: Likewise those that were numbered of the children of Gershon after their families, and after their fathers’ house;
Verse 39: From the age of thirty years and upward to fifty, every one who has entered into this service, for the ministry in the tabernacle of meeting.
Verse 40: Those who were numbered of them, according to their families, according to their parents’ house, were two thousand six hundred and thirty.
Verse 41: These are the numbered of the families of the children of Gershom, of every one that ministered in the tabernacle of meeting; which Moses and Aaron numbered, according to the command of the Lord.
Verse 42: And those who were numbered of the families of the children of Merari, by their families, by their fathers’ house;
Verse 43: From the age of thirty and up, up to fifty, everyone who entered this service, for ministry in the tent of meeting.
Verse 44: Those that were numbered of them by their families were three thousand two hundred.
Verse 1: The LORD spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them, When a man or woman has separated, taking a vow of a Nazirite, to separate himself from the Lord,
Verse 3: He will depart from wine and strong drink; wine vinegar, nor strong drink vinegar he shall not drink; nor will he drink any grape drink; neither fresh nor dried grapes will he eat.
Verse 4: Every day of your Nazirite you will not eat anything, which is made from the vine, from the stones to the barks.
Verse 5: As long as his Nazarite vows upon his head, he shall not pass a razor; until the days are complete, that he has separated himself from the Lord, he will be holy, letting the hair of his head grow freely.
Verse 6: Every day you separate yourself for the Lord you will not approach the dead body.
Verse 7: By his father, or by his mother, by his brother, or by his sister, he will not be defiled by them when they are slain; because the nazarite of his God is over his head.
Verse 8: All the days of his holy nazarite shall be unto the Lord.
Verse 13: And this is the law of the Nazarite: in the day that the days of his Nazarite are fulfilled, they will bring him to the door of the tent of meeting;
Verse 22: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 24: The Lord bless you and keep you;
Verse 25: The Lord make his face to shine upon thee, and be gracious to thee;
Verse 26: The Lord lifts up his face over you and gives you peace.
Verse 27: So they will put my name on the children of Israel, and I will bless them.
Verse 4: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 5: Receive them from them, and they will be to serve in the ministry of the congregation’s tent; and thou shalt give them to the Levites, to each according to his ministry.
Verse 11: And the LORD said unto Moses, Every prince shall offer his offering, each in his own day, for the consecration of the altar.
Verse 1: And the LORD spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Speak to Aaron, and say to him, When you light the lamps, the seven lamps will light up the space in front of the lampstand.
Verse 19: And the Levites, given unto Aaron and his sons from among the children of Israel, have I given to minister the ministry of the children of Israel in the tent of meeting, and to make atonement for the children of Israel, that there be no plague among they, the children of Israel approaching the sanctuary.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Moses in the wilderness of Sinai, in the second year of his going forth from earth from Egypt, in the first month, saying:
Verse 2: Let the children of Israel celebrate the Passover at its appointed time.
Verse 3: On the fourteenth day of this month, in the afternoon, in time appointed to celebrate; according to all its statutes, and according to all its rites, you shall celebrate it.
Verse 9: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 10: Speak to the children of Israel, saying, When anyone among you, or among your generations, is unclean for touching a dead body, or is on a journey far from you, yet he will still celebrate the Passover to the Lord.
Verse 11: In the second month, on the fourteenth day in the evening, they shall celebrate it; with unleavened bread and bitter herbs they will eat it.
Verse 12: They will leave nothing of it until morning, and they will not break any bones from it; according to the entire statute of the Passover, they will celebrate it.
Verse 13: But when a man is clean, and is not traveling, and fails to keep the Passover, that soul of his people shall be cut off; because he did not offer the Lord’s offering at his appointed time; that man will bear your sin.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Make yourself two trumpets of silver; You will make them of beaten work, and they will serve you for the convocation of the congregation, and for the departure of the camps.
Verse 3: And when they touch them, then the whole congregation will be gathered to you at the door of the congregation’s tent.
Verse 4: But when he touches one, then the princes, the heads of the thousands of Israel, will be joined to you.
Verse 5: When, ringing, you touch them, then the camps that are encamped on the east side will depart.
Verse 6: But when the second time rings, you touch them, then the camps that are encamped on the south side will depart; ringing, they will play them for their matches.
Verse 7: But when the congregation is gathered together, you shall touch them; but without clanging.
Verse 8: And the sons of Aaron, priests, will blow the trumpets; and to you they shall be a perpetual statute in your generations.
Verse 9: And when you go out to fight in your land against the enemy that oppresses you, you will also sound the trumpets, and before the Lord your God there will be a remembrance of you, and you will be saved from your enemies.
Verse 10: Likewise, on the day of your joy and on your solemnities, and at the beginning of your months, you will also blow the trumpets on your burnt offerings, on your peaceful sacrifices, and they will be a memorial to you before your God: I am the Lord your God.
Verse 23: But the Lord said to Moses, Was the hand of the Lord shortened? Now you will see if my word will be fulfilled or not.
Verse 4: And immediately the LORD said unto Moses, and to Aaron, and to Miriam, Go out ye three into the tent of meeting. And the three of them left.
Verse 6: And he said, Hear now my words; if there be a prophet among you, I the Lord will make myself known to him in a vision, or in dreams will I speak to him.
Verse 7: It is not so with my servant Moses who is faithful throughout my house.
Verse 8: Mouth to mouth I speak to him, clearly and not through riddles; for he sees the likeness of the Lord; why then were you not afraid to speak against my servant, against Moses?
Verse 14: And the LORD said unto Moses, If his father spat in his face, would he not be ashamed seven days? Be closed for seven days outside the camp, and then collect it.
Verse 1: And the LORD spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Send men to spy out the land of Canaan, which I will give to the children of Israel; from every tribe of their fathers ye shall send a man, each a prince among them.
Verse 30: You will not enter the land, by which I raised up my hand that would make you dwell in it, save Caleb, son of Jephoné, and Joshua, son of Num.
Verse 34: According to the number of days that you have searched this land, forty days, each day representing a year, you shall bear your iniquities upon you forty years, and you shall know my remoteness.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Speak to the children of Israel, and take from them a rod for every paternal house of all their princes, after the houses of their fathers, twelve rods; and you will write the name of each one on his pole.
Verse 3: But the name of Aaron shalt thou write upon the rod of Levi; because every head of his parents’ house will have a stick.
Verse 4: And you shall put them in the tent of meeting, before the testimony, where I will come to you.
Verse 5: And the rod of the man whom I have chosen shall blossom; thus will I put an end to the murmurings of the children of Israel against me, wherewith they murmur against you.
Verse 10: Then the Lord said to Moses, Put Aaron’s rod back before the testimony, so that it may be kept as a sign for the rebellious children; thus shalt thou put an end to their murmuring against me, and they shall not die.
Verse 7: And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 8: Take the rod, and gather the congregation together, thou and Aaron thy brother, and speak unto the rock before their eyes, and he shall give his Water; so you will draw water from the rock, and give the congregation and their animals to drink.
Verse 12: And the LORD said unto Moses and unto Aaron, Because ye believed me not to sanctify me before the children of Israel, therefore ye shall not bring this congregation into the land which I have given them.
Verse 23: And the LORD spake unto Moses and Aaron in mount Hor, in the border of the land of Edom, saying,
Verse 24: Aaron will be collected from his people, because he will not enter the land that I have given to the children of Israel, because you were rebels at my command, in the waters of Meribah.
Verse 25: Take Aaron and Eleazar, his son, and bring them up to Mount Hor.
Verse 26: And strip Aaron of his garments, and put them on Eleazar, his son, because Aaron will be collected, and he will die there.
Verse 8: And the LORD said unto Moses, Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it on a pole; and will it be that all who, having been stung, look at it will live.
Verse 9: And God came to Balaam, and said, Who are these men that are with thee?
Verse 12: And God said unto Balaam, Thou shalt not go with them, nor curse this people, for it is blessed.
Verse 10: Then the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 11: Phinehas the son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron the priest, turned away mine anger from the children of Israel, for he was zealous with my zeal among them; so that, in my zeal, he did not consume the children of Israel.
Verse 12: Therefore say, Behold, I give you my covenant of peace;
Verse 13: And he, and his seed after him, shall have the covenant of an everlasting priesthood, because he was zealous for his God, and made atonement for the children of Israel.
Verse 1: And it came to pass, after the plague, that the LORD spoke to Moses, and to Eleazar the son of Aaron the priest, saying,
Verse 2: Take the sum of all the congregation of the children of Israel, from twenty years old and upward, according to the houses of their fathers; all who in Israel can go to war.
Verse 52: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 53: To these shall the land be divided for an inheritance, according to the number of names.
Verse 54: You will increase your inheritance to many, and you will gradually decrease your inheritance; to each his inheritance shall be given, according to those who were numbered of them.
Verse 55: Yet the land will be divided by lots; according to the names of the tribes of their fathers they will inherit it.
Verse 56: As the lot comes out, their inheritance will be divided between the tribes of the many and the tribes of the few.
Verse 6: And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 7: The daughters of Zelophehad speak righteously; you will certainly give them possession of inheritance among their father’s brothers; and their father’s inheritance shalt pass to them.
Verse 8: And thou shalt speak to the children of Israel, saying, When a man dies and has no son, then shall ye pass on his inheritance to his daughter.
Verse 9: And if he has no daughter, then shall ye give her brethren her inheritance.
Verse 10: But if you have no brothers, then you will give your inheritance to your father’s brothers.
Verse 11: If your father also has no brothers, then you will give your inheritance to your relative, to the one who is closest to you in the family, so that he may have it; this to the children of Israel will be by statute of law, as the Lord commanded Moses.
Verse 12: And the LORD said unto Moses, Go up into this mountain of Abarim, and see the land which I have given to the children of Israel.
Verse 13: And when you have seen it, then you will be gathered to your people, just as your brother Aaron was gathered up;
Verse 14: For in the desert of Zim, in the strife of the congregation, you were rebellious to my command to sanctify myself in the waters before your eyes (these are the waters of Meribah of Kadesh, in the desert of Zin).
Verse 18: Then the Lord said to Moses, Take Joshua the son of Nun, the man in whom the Spirit is, and lay your hand on him.
Verse 19: And present him before Eleazar the priest, and before all the congregation, and give him your orders in their presence.
Verse 20: And put your glory upon him, that all the congregation of the children of Israel may obey him.
Verse 21: And he shall stand before Eleazar the priest, who will inquire of him according to the judgment of Urim, before the LORD; according to his word they will go out, and according to his word they will go in, he and all the children of Israel with him, and all the congregation.
Verse 50: And the LORD spake unto Moses in the plains of Moab by the Jordan toward Jericho, saying,
Verse 51: Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them, When ye have passed over the Jordan into the land of Canaan,
Verse 52: You will cast out all the inhabitants of the land before you, and you will destroy all their paintings; ye shall also destroy all its molten images, and destroy all its high places;
Verse 53: And ye shall take the land into possession, and dwell therein; because I have given you this land to possess it.
Verse 54: And ye shall inherit the land by lot according to your families; to the ye shall multiply the inheritance by many, and by degrees shall ye diminish the inheritance; as soon as the lot goes out to someone, there he will possess it; according to the tribes of your fathers you shall receive inheritances.
Verse 55: But if you do not drive out the inhabitants of the land before you, then those who do not remain shall be thorns in your eyes, and stings in your groins, and they shall sting you in the land where you dwell,
Verse 56: And I will do to you as I thought to do to them.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Give command to the children of Israel, and say to them, When ye enter the land of Canaan, this shall be the land that shall fall to you for an inheritance; the land of Canaan, according to its terms.
Verse 3: The southern side shall be unto you from the wilderness of Zin unto the borders of Edom; and the southern boundary shall be unto you from the end of the Salt Sea towards the east.
Verse 4: And this boundary shall compass you from the south towards the ascent of Acrabim, and shall pass unto Zim; and its departures will be from the south to Kadesh-Barnea; and go out to Hazar-Adar, and pass to Azmon;
Verse 5: He will go round about this boundary of Azmon to the river of Egypt; and your departures will be towards the sea.
Verse 6: As for the boundary of the west, the Great Sea will be your boundary; this will be the limit of the west for you.
Verse 7: And this shall be the border of the north unto you: from the Great Sea ye shall mark unto mount Hor.
Verse 8: From Mount Hor ye shall mark unto the entrance of Hamath; and the outputs from this term will be up to Zedad.
Verse 9: And this limit will continue until Zifrom, and its exits will be in Hazar-Enan; this will be to you the northern end.
Verse 10: And by the boundary on the east side ye shall mark from Hazar-enan to Sephan.
Verse 11: And this limit will go down from Shephan to Riblah, towards the east side of Aim; then it will descend this terminus, and it will go along the shore of the Sea of Quinereth towards the east.
Verse 12: This boundary shall also descend along the Jordan, and its departures shall be in the Salt Sea; this will be the earth to you, according to its surrounding limits.
Verse 16: The Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
Verse 17: These are the names of the men who will divide the land to you for an inheritance: Eleazar the priest, and Joshua the son of Nun.
Verse 18: You will take more than one tribe from each tribe to divide the land as an inheritance.
Verse 19: And these are the names of men: Of the tribe of Judah, Caleb, the son of Jephoné;
Verse 20: And of the tribe of the sons of Simeon, Samuel, the son of Amihud;
Verse 21: From the tribe of Benjamin, Elidah the son of Kishlon;
Verse 22: And of the tribe of the children of Dan, prince Bukki the son of Jogli;
Verse 23: Of the sons of Joseph, of the tribe of the sons of Manasseh, Prince Haniel, son of Ephod;
Verse 24: And from the tribe of the sons of Ephraim, Prince Quemuel, son of Sifthan;
Verse 25: And of the tribe of the children of Zebulun, the prince Elizaphan, the son of Parnach;
Verse 26: And of the tribe of the children of Issachar, Prince Paltiel the son of Azan;
Verse 27: And of the tribe of the children of Asher, prince Aiud the son of Shelomi;
Verse 28: And of the tribe of the children of Naphtali, prince Pedael the son of Ammihud.
Verse 1: The LORD spake unto Moses in the plains of Moab by the Jordan toward Jericho, saying,
Verse 2: Command the children of Israel to give cities of the Levites, from the inheritance of their possession, in which they dwell; and also to the Levites ye shall give outskirts around them.
Verse 3: And they shall have these cities to inhabit them; but his pastures shall be his cattle, and for his goods, and for all his animals.
Verse 4: And the suburbs of the cities, which you shall give to the Levites, from the wall of the city towards the outside, shall be a thousand cubits round about.
Verse 5: And out of the city on the east side ye shall measure two thousand cubits, and on the south side two thousand cubits, and on the west side two thousand cubits, and on the north side two thousand cubits, and the city in the middle; this will be on the outskirts of the cities.
Verse 6: And of the cities which ye shall give to the Levites, there shall be six cities of refuge, which ye shall give, that the murderer may find refuge there; and besides these you will give them forty-two cities.
Verse 7: All the cities that you will give to the Levites will be forty-eight cities, together with their suburbs.
Verse 8: And as for the cities which ye give of the inheritance of the children of Israel, of what ye have much ye shall take much, and of what ye have little ye shall take little; each will give of his cities to the Levites, according to the inheritance he inherits.
Verse 9: And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,
Verse 10: Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them, When you pass over Jordan into the land of Canaan,
Verse 11: Make cities available to you that will serve you as cities of refuge, that the murderer may be welcomed there who harms a soul by deceit.
Verse 12: And these cities shall be for you a refuge from the avenger of blood; lest the murderer die, until he is presented to the congregation for judgment.
Verse 13: And of the whatever you give, there will be six cities of refuge for you.
Verse 14: Three of these cities ye shall give beyond Jordan, and three of these cities ye shall give in the land of Canaan; cities of refuge will be.
Verse 34: Ye shall not defile the land in which ye dwell, in the midst of which I dwell; for I, the LORD, dwell among the children of Israel.
Verse 14: And the LORD said unto Moses, Behold, thy days are at hand, that thou mayest die; call Joshua, and present yourselves in the tent of meeting, that I may give him orders. So Moses and Joshua went, and presented themselves in the tent of meeting.
Verse 20: For I will bring my people into the land which I swore to their fathers, that flowing with milk and honey; and he will eat and be satisfied and fattened; then he will turn to other gods, and serve them, and they will irritate me, and make my covenant null and void.
Verse 48: And the LORD spake unto Moses that very day, saying,
Verse 49: Go up to Mount Abarim, to Mount Nebo, which is in the land of Moab, opposite Jericho, and see the land of Canaan, which I will give to the children of Israel for possession.
Verse 50: And die in the mountain to which you shall go up; and gather to your people, as your brother Aaron died on Mount Hor, and withdrew to his people.
Verse 51: Because ye transgressed against me in the midst of the children of Israel, in the waters of Meribah of Kadesh, in the wilderness of Zin; for ye sanctified me not in the midst of the children of Israel.
Verse 52: Wherefore thou shalt see the land before thee, but thou shalt not go into it, into the land which I will give to the children of Israel.
Verse 4: And the LORD said unto him, This is the land which I swore unto Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, saying, To thy seed will I give it; I make you see it with your eyes, but you will not pass there.
Verse 1: The LORD said, the servant of the LORD, that the LORD spake unto Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of Moses, saying,
Verse 2: Moses my servant is slain; Arise, therefore, now, pass over this Jordan, you and all this people, to the land which I give to the children of Israel.
Verse 3: Every place that the sole of your foot treads I have given you, as I told Moses.
Verse 4: From the wilderness and Lebanon, even to the great river, the river Euphrates, all the land of the Hittites, and even the great sea to the setting of the sun, shall be your boundary.
Verse 5: No one can resist you all the days of your life; as I was with Moses, so will I be with you; I will not leave you nor forsake you.
Verse 6: Be strong and of good courage; for thou shalt make this people inherit the land which I swore to their fathers I would give them.
Verse 7: Only exert yourself and be of great courage, to be careful to do according to all the law which my servant Moses commanded you; do not stray from it, either to the right or to the left, that you may prudently lead wherever you go.
Verse 8: Do not depart from your mouth the book of this law; rather meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written on it; for then shalt thou make thy way prosper, and thou shalt be successful.
Verse 9: Did I not send you? Strive, and be of good cheer; fear not, nor be dismayed; for the Lord your God is with you, wherever you go.
Verse 7: And the Lord said to Joshua, Today I will begin to magnify you in the eyes of all Israel, so that they may know that just as I was with Moses, so will I be with you.
Verse 8: Thou shalt therefore command the priests to carry the ark of the covenant, saying, When you come to the waters of the Jordan, you will stop there.
Verse 15: And the LORD spake unto Joshua, saying,
Verse 16: Give command to the priests, who carry the ark of the testimony, to go up out of the Jordan.
Verse 2: And the LORD said unto Joshua, Behold, I have given Jericho, and its king, and its mighty men, into thine hand.
Verse 3: Therefore ye shall all men of war compass the city, surrounding it once; so shall ye do for six days.
Verse 4: And seven priests will carry seven horn horns before the ark, and on the seventh day you will go around the city seven times, and the priests will blow the horns.
Verse 5: And it shall come to pass, that when the ram’s horn is blown for a long time, when you hear its sound, all the people will cry out with a loud cry; and the wall of the city will fall down, and the people will go up by it, each one forward.
Verse 1: And the LORD said unto Joshua, Fear not, and be not dismayed; take with you all the people of war, and arise, go up to Ai; Behold, I have given you the king of Ai, and his people, and his city, and his land, into your hand.
Verse 2: And thou shalt do to Ai and its king, as thou hast done to Jericho and its king; except that for you ye shall take his spoil and his cattle; ambushes the city behind it.
Verse 18: Then the Lord said to Joshua, Extend the spear in your hand to Ai, for I will give it in your hand.
Verse 8: And the LORD said unto Joshua, Fear not them, for I have given them into thine hand; none of them will be able to resist you.
Verse 6: And the LORD said unto Joshua, Fear not before them; for tomorrow, at this hour, I will give them all smitten before the children of Israel; your horses you shall hock, and your chariots you shall burn with fire.
Verse 1: And the LORD spake unto Joshua, saying,
Verse 2: He speaks to the children of Israel, saying, Depart for yourselves the cities of refuge, which I spoke to you by the ministry of Moses,
Verse 3: That the murderer may flee thither, that he may kill someone by mistake, and not with intent; that they may serve you as a refuge from the avenger of blood.
Verse 4: And if he flees to one of those cities, he will stand at her gate, and he will expound his cause in the ears of the elders of that city; then they will take him with them in the city; and they will make room for him to dwell with them.
Verse 5: And if the avenger of blood should follow him, they will not deliver the manslayer into his hand, because he hath not smitten his neighbor with intention, and has not hated him before.
Verse 6: And he shall dwell in the same city, until he appears in judgment before the congregation, until the high priest that is in those days dies; then the manslayer will return, and come to your city and to his house, to the city from which he fled.
Verse 2: And the LORD said, Judah shall ascend; behold, I gave this land into his hand.
Verse 20: Therefore the anger of the LORD was kindled against Israel, and he said, Because this people have transgressed my covenant, which I commanded their fathers, and they would not hearken to my voice,
Verse 21: Neither will I dispossess any of the nations from before them, which Joshua left when he died;
Verse 22: To prove to Israel by them, whether or not he will keep the way of the LORD, as his fathers kept it, that he might walk in it.
Verse 14: Then the LORD looked upon him, and said, Go in this thy strength, and thou shalt deliver Israel out of the hand of the Midianites; have I not sent you?
Verse 16: And the Lord said to him, Because I will be with you, you will strike the Midianites as if they were one man.
Verse 23: But the LORD said unto him, Peace be with thee; fear not; you shall not die.
Verse 2: And the LORD said unto Gideon, Many are the people that are with thee, that I should give the Midianites into their hand; lest Israel boast against me, saying, My hand has delivered me.
Verse 3: Now therefore proclaim in the ears of the people, saying, Whosoever is fearful and fearful, let him return, and depart in haste from the mountains of Gilead
Verse 4: And the LORD said unto Gideon, There are still many people; bring them down to the waters, and there I will taste them; and shall it be that of him that I say unto thee, This one shall go with thee, he shall go with thee; but of all that I say to you: This one will not go with you, this one will not go.
Verse 5: Then the LORD said unto Gideon, Whosoever licks the waters with his tongue, as a dog licks them, he shall set it aside; as well as anyone who gets down on his knees drinking.
Verse 7: And the Lord said to Gideon, With these three hundred men that licked the waters, I will deliver you, and will give the Midianites into your hand; therefore, all others leave, each to his place.
Verse 11: But the LORD said unto the children of Israel, Perhaps of the Egyptians, and of the Amorites, and of the children of Ammon, and of the Philistines,
Verse 12: And of the Sidonians, and of the Amalekites, and of the Maonites, that oppressed you, when ye cried unto me, did I not deliver you out of their hand?
Verse 13: Yet you left me, and served other gods; wherefore I will deliver you no more.
Verse 14: Go, and cry out to the gods you have chosen; let them deliver you in your time of hardship.
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Verse 30: Therefore saith the LORD God of Israel, Verily I had said that thy house and thy father’s house would walk before me for ever; but now the Lord says, Far be it from me, for I will honor those who honor me, but those who despise me will be despised.
Verse 35: And I will raise up for me a faithful priest, who will do according to my heart and my soul, and I will build him a steadfast house, and walk always before my anointed.
Verse 36: And whoever is left of your house will bow down to him for a silver coin and a morsel of bread, and say, I beg you to admit me to some priestly ministry, so that I may eat a piece of bread.
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Verse 10: Then the LORD came, and stood there, and called as at other times, Samuel, Samuel
Verse 11: And the LORD said unto Samuel, Behold, I am going to do one thing in Israel, which everyone that heareth shall tingle in both his ears.
Verse 12: In that same day I will raise up against Eli all that I have spoken against his house, I will begin and finish.
Verse 13: For I have made known to him that I will judge his house for ever, for the iniquity which he knew well, because when his children became execrable, he did not rebuke them.
Verse 14: Therefore I swore unto the house of Eli that his iniquity shall never be expiated, neither with sacrifice nor with food supply.
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Verse 7: And the LORD said unto Samuel, Hear the voice of the people in all that they say to thee, for they have not rejected thee, but have rejected me, that I might not reign over them.
Verse 8: According to all the works they have done from the day that I brought them out of Egypt until this day, they have left me, and other gods they have served, so they do to thee also.
Verse 9: Now therefore hearken to his voice, but solemnly protest unto them, and declare unto them what shall be the custom of the king who shall reign over them.
Verse 22: And the LORD said unto Samuel, Hearken unto their voice, and make them king
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Verse 17: And when Samuel saw Saul, the LORD answered him, Here is the man of whom I spoke to you. This one will rule over my people.
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Verse 1: And the LORD said unto Samuel, How long wilt thou pity Saul, when I have rejected him, lest he reign over Israel? Fill a horn with oil, and come, I will send you to Jesse the Belemite; for among his sons I have provided myself with a king.
Verse 7: But the LORD said unto Samuel, Take no notice of his appearance, nor the greatness of his stature, for I have rejected him; for the Lord does not see as man sees, for man sees what is before his eyes, but the Lord looks at the heart.
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Verse 18: For the LORD spake unto David, saying, By the hand of David my servant I will deliver my people out of the hand of the Philistines, and out of the hand of all their enemies.
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Verse 11: Thus saith the Lord: Behold, I will raise up evil upon thee from thy own house, and will take thy wives before thine eyes, and will give them to thy neighbor, who shall lie down with thy wives before this sun.
Verse 12: For thou hast done it in secret, but I will do this thing before all Israel and before the sun.
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Verse 1: And the anger of the LORD was kindled against Israel again; and he stirred up David against them, saying, Go, number Israel and Judah.
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Verse 11: And God said unto him, Because thou hast asked this, and hast not asked for many days, nor hast thou asked for riches, nor hast asked for the life of thy enemies; but you asked for understanding, to discern what is right;
Verse 12: Behold, I have done according to thy words; behold, I have given thee a heart so wise and understanding, that before thee there was no equal, and after thee an equal shall not arise.
Verse 13: And even that which thou hast not asked I have given thee, riches as well as glory; so that there shall not be one among kings all your days.
Verse 14: And if you walk in my ways, keeping my statutes and my commandments, as your father David walked, I will also prolong your days.
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Verse 3: And the LORD said unto him, I have heard thy prayer and supplication which thou hast made before me; I have sanctified the house which thou hast built, to put my name there forever; and my eyes and my heart will be there every day.
Verse 4: And if thou shalt walk before me as David thy father walked, with fullness of heart and sincerity, to do according to all that I commanded thee, and to keep my statutes and my judgments,
Verse 5: Then will I establish the throne of thy kingdom over Israel forever; as I spoke concerning thy father David, saying, Thou shalt not lack a successor to the throne of Israel;
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Verse 11: Thus said the LORD to Solomon, Since this was in thee, that thou hast not kept my covenant, and my statutes which I have commanded thee, I will surely tear this kingdom from thee, and give it to thy servant.
Verse 12: Yet I will not do it in thy days, for David thy father’s sake; from the hand of thy son I will tear him;
Verse 13: But I will not rend all the kingdom; I will give a tribe to your son, for my servant David’s sake, and for Jerusalem’s sake, which I have chosen.
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Verse 24: Thus saith the LORD, Ye shall not go up, nor fight against your brethren the children of Israel; return each one to his house, because I did this work. And they heard the word of the Lord, and returned according to the word of the Lord.
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Verse 5: But the LORD said unto Ahijah, Behold, the wife of Jeroboam cometh to inquire of thee concerning her son, because she is sick; so and so shall you speak to him; because it must be that, entering her, she will pretend to be someone else.
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Verse 1: And the word of the LORD came to Jehu the son of Hanani against Baasha, saying,
Verse 2: Because I raised thee up out of the dust, and made thee prince over my people Israel, and thou hast walked in the way of Jeroboam, and hast caused my people Israel to sin, vexing me with their sins,
Verse 3: Behold, I will take away the descendants of Baasha, and the descendants of his house, and will make your house like the house of Jeroboam the son of Nebat.
Verse 4: Whoever dies of Baasha in the city shall the dogs eat; and whatever dies of him in the field, the birds of the air shall eat.
Verse 5: As for the rest of the acts of Baasha, and what he did, and his power, is it not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Israel?
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Verse 2: And the word of the Lord came to him, saying,
Verse 3: Depart hence, and go east, and hide by the brook Cherith, which is before the Jordan.
Verse 4: And it shall come to pass that thou shalt drink of the brook; and I have commanded the ravens to sustain you there.
Verse 8: Then came the word of the LORD unto him, saying,
Verse 9: Arise, and go to Zarephath, which is from Sidon, and dwell there; behold, I commanded a widow woman there to support thee.
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Verse 1: And it came to pass after many days, that the word of the LORD came to Elijah in the third year, saying, Go, present yourself to Ahab; for I will give rain on the earth.
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Verse 9: And there he entered a cave, and spent the night there; and, behold, the word of the Lord came to him, and said unto him, What are you doing here, Elijah?
Verse 11: And God said unto him, Come out, and stand in this mountain before the LORD.
Verse 15: And the LORD said unto him, Go, return by thy way to the wilderness of Damascus; and, arriving there, he anoints Hazael king over Syria.
Verse 16: Also shalt thou anoint Jehu the son of Ninshi king of Israel; and also Elisha, the son of Shaphath of Abel-meolah, thou shalt anoint a prophet in thy stead.
Verse 17: And it shall come to pass, that he who escapes from the sword of Hazael, will Jehu slay him; and what to escape Je’s sword.
Elisha will kill him.
Verse 18: I also left seven thousand in Israel: every knee that did not bend to Baal, and every mouth that did not kiss him.
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Verse 17: Then came the word of the LORD unto Elijah the Tishbite, saying,
Verse 18: Arise, go down to meet Ahab king of Israel, who is in Samaria; behold, it is in Naboth’s vineyard, where he has descended to possess it.
Verse 19: And thou shalt speak unto him, saying, Thus saith the LORD, Hast thou not killed and taken the inheritance? Thou shalt speak more to him, saying, Thus saith the LORD: In the place where the dogs licked the blood of Naboth, they shall lick thy own blood also.
Verse 28: Then came the word of the LORD unto Elijah Tishbite, saying,
Verse 29: Have you not seen that Ahab humbles himself before me? Therefore, because he humbles himself before me, I will not bring this evil in his days, but in the days of his son I will bring it upon his house.
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Verse 20: And the LORD said, Who will lead Ahab, that he may go up and fall at Ramoth-gilead? And one said it this way and the other another.
Verse 21: And the Lord said to him, With what?
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Verse 17: For thus saith the LORD, Ye shall not see wind, and ye shall not see rain; yet this valley will be filled with so much water that you, your cattle and your animals will drink.
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Verse 30: Therefore the LORD said unto Jehu, Because thou hast acted well to do what is right in my sight, and according to all that I had in my heart, thou hast done to the house of Ahab, thy sons to the fourth generation shall sit on the throne of Israel.
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Verse 32: Therefore thus saith the LORD concerning the king of Assyria: he shall not enter into this city, neither shall he shoot any arrow into it; neither will he come before her with shield, nor will he raise any trench against her.
Verse 33: By the way by which he comes, by him he will return; but he shall not enter this city, saith the Lord.
Verse 34: For I will support this city to deliver it, for my sake, and for my servant David’s sake.
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Verse 16: Thus saith the Lord: Behold, I will bring evil upon this place, and upon its inhabitants, even all the words of the book which the king of Judah read.
Verse 17: Because they left me, and burned incense to other gods, to provoke me to anger for all the works of their hands, my fury was kindled against this place, and it shall not be quenched.
Verse 18: But unto the king of Judah, who sent you to inquire of the LORD, thus shall ye say unto him, Thus saith the LORD God of Israel concerning the words which thou hast heard,
Verse 19: Because your heart was melted, and you humbled yourself before the LORD, when you heard that I spoke against this place, and against its inhabitants, that it would be a desolation and a curse, and that thou hast torn thy garments, and hast wept before me, I also heard you, says the Lord.
Verse 20: Therefore, behold, I will gather thee to thy fathers, and thou shalt be gathered in peace to thy grave, and thine eyes shall not see all the evil that I shall bring upon this place. Then they brought the answer back to the king.
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Verse 27: And the LORD said, I will also take away Judah from before my face, as I took away Israel, and I will reject this city of Jerusalem which I have chosen, and also the house of which I said, My name shall be there.
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Verse 10: And the LORD said unto him, Go up, for I will deliver them into thine hand.
Verse 14: And God said unto him, Thou shalt not go up after them; but surrounds them from behind, and comes to them from before the mulberry trees;
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Verse 7: That same night God appeared to Solomon, and said to him, Ask what you want me to give you.
Verse 11: And God said unto Solomon, For this was in thine heart, and thou askedest not riches, wealth, or honor, nor the death of them that hate thee, neither didst thou ask for many days of life, but didst ask for wisdom and knowledge, that you may judge my people, over whom I have made you king,
Verse 12: Wisdom and knowledge are given thee; and I will give you riches, goods, and honor, which no king had before you, neither shall there be after you.
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Verse 12: And the LORD appeared unto Solomon in the night, and said unto him, I have heard thy prayer, and have chosen this place for me to be a house of sacrifice.
Verse 13: If I shut up heaven, and there is no rain; or ordering the locusts to consume the land; or if I send pestilence among my people;
Verse 14: And if my people, who are called by my name, humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their evil ways, then I will hear from heaven, and forgive their sins, and heal your land.
Verse 15: Now my eyes will be open and my ears open to the prayer of this place.
Verse 16: For now I have chosen and sanctified this house, that my name may be in it for ever; and on her will be fixed my eyes and my heart every day.
Verse 17: And as for you, if you walk before me, as your father David walked, and do according to all that I commanded you, and
keep my statutes and my judgments,
Verse 18: I will also confirm the throne of thy kingdom, according to the covenant which I made with David thy father, saying, Thy successor shall not fail to rule in Israel.
Verse 19: But if ye go astray, and forsake my statutes, and my commandments, which I have set you, and go and serve other gods, and bow down to them,
Verse 20: Then I will pluck them out of my land which I have given them, and I will drive this house out of my presence, which I have consecrated to my name, and will make it a proverb and a mockery among all peoples.
Verse 21: And from this house, which is so exalted, whoever passes through it will be astonished and say, Why has the LORD done so with this land and with this house?
Verse 22: And they shall say, Because they forsook the LORD the God of their fathers, who brought them out of the land of Egypt, and gave themselves to other gods, and worshiped them, and served them; so he brought all this evil upon them.
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Verse 4: Thus saith the LORD, Ye shall not go up, nor fight against your brethren; return each one to his home; why did this come from me
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Verse 24: Thus saith the Lord: Behold, I will bring evil upon this place, and upon its inhabitants, even all the curses which are written in the book which was read before the king of Judah.
Verse 25: For they left me, and burned incense before other gods, to provoke me to anger with all the works of their hands; wherefore my fury is poured out upon this place, and it shall not be quenched.
Verse 26: But unto the king of Judah, who sent you to inquire of the LORD, thus shall ye say unto him, Thus saith the LORD God of Israel, concerning the words which thou hast heard,
Verse 27: Because your heart was melted, and you humbled yourself before God, when you heard his words against this place, and against its inhabitants, and you humbled yourself before me, and tore your garments, and wept before me, hear, says the Lord.
Verse 28: Behold, I will gather thee to thy fathers, and thou shalt be gathered to thy tomb in peace, and thine eyes shall not see all the evil that I shall bring upon this place and upon its inhabitants. And they returned with this answer to the king.
Verse 7: the Lord said, Where do you come from?
Verse 8: And the Lord said, Hast thou seen my servant Job? For there is none like him on earth, a man of integrity and uprightness, fearing God, and turning away from evil.
Verse 12: And the LORD said, Behold, all that he hath is in thy hand; only against him do not stretch out your hand.
Verse 2: Then the Lord said, Where do you come from?
Verse 3: And the Lord said, Have you seen my servant Job? For there is no one on earth like him, a man of integrity and uprightness, fearing God and turning away from evil, and who still retains his sincerity, when thou hast incited me against him, to consume him without a cause.
Verse 6: And the LORD said, Behold, he is in thine hand; but keep his life.
Verse 1: After this the LORD answered Job out of a whirlwind, saying,
Verse 2: Who is this that darkens counsel with words without knowledge?
Verse 3 Now he girds up thy loins like a man; and I will ask you, and you will teach me.
Verse 4: Where were you when I founded the earth? Let me know if you have intelligence.
Verse 5: Who measured him, if you know it? Or who stretched the string over her?
Verse 6: Upon which are their foundations founded, or who has laid their cornerstone,
Verse 7: When did the morning stars joyfully sing together, and all the children of God rejoiced?
Verse 8: Or whoever shuts up the sea with gates, when it broke and came out of the womb;
Verse 9: When did I put clouds for their garment, and darkness for a sash?
Verse 10: When I set limits for you, and set doors and bolts for you,
Verse 11: And he said, Hitherto shalt thou come, and no farther, and here shall the pride of thy waves stop?
Verse 12: Either from your days you gave command to the dawn, or you showed its place at dawn;
Verse 13: That he might take the ends of the earth, and the wicked might be shaken out of it;
Verse 14: And be changed like clay under a seal, and put on as garments;
Verse 15: And from the wicked let their light depart, and the haughty arm be broken;
Verse 16: Or have you entered to the origins of the sea, or have you walked in the depths of the abyss?
Verse 17: Or have the gates of death been uncovered to you, or have you seen the gates of the shadow of death?
Verse 18: Or with your understanding have you come to the breadth of the earth? Let me know if you know all this.
Verse 19: Where is the way where the light dwells? And as for darkness, where is its place;
Verse 20: That you may bring them to their limits, and that you may know the paths of their house?
Verse 21: Surely thou knowest, because even then thou wast born, and because the number of thy days is great!
Verse 22: Or have you come in to the treasures of snow, and seen the treasures of the Sarai.
Verse 23: What do I withhold until the time of trouble, until the day of battle and war?
Verse 24: Where is the way in which the light divides, and the east wind spreads over the earth?
Verse 25: Who made a bed for a flood, and a way for the lightnings of thunder,
Verse 26: To rain on the land, where there is none, and in the wilderness, where there is no man;
Verse 27: To satisfy the desolate and desolate land, and to make the shoots of grass grow?
Verse 28: Does the rain have a father? Or who generated the dew drops?
Verse 29: From what womb did the ice come? And who generated the frost of heaven?
Verse 30: As under a stone the waters harden, and the surface of the deep freezes over.
Verse 31: Or can you gather the delights of the Seven-Star or loosen the strings of Orion?
Verse 32: Or produce the constellations in her time, and lead the Ursa with her children?
Verse 33: Dost thou know the ordinances of heaven, or canst thou establish their dominion over the earth?
Verse 34: Or can you lift up your voice to the clouds, that the abundance of waters may cover you?
Verse 35: Or shalt thou send the thunderbolts out, and they say unto thee, Here are we?
Verse 36: Who has put wisdom in, or who has given the mind understanding?
Verse 37: Who will number the clouds in wisdom? Or the skins of heaven, who will empty them,
Verse 38: When the dust is melted into a mass, and the clods cling to one another?
Verse 39: Shall thou hunt prey for the lioness, or shalt thou satisfy the hunger of the sons of lions,
Verse 40: When do they squat in holes, and lie in wait in holes?
Verse 41: Who prepares their food for ravens, when their young cry out to God and wander about, because they have nothing to eat?
Verse 1: Do you know the time when wild goats have children, or have you watched the deer when they give birth?
Verse 2: Will you count the months they fulfill, or do you know the time of their delivery?
Verse 3: When they bow down, they produce their children, and cast their pains out of them.
Verse 4: His children grow strong, they grow with wheat; they leave, and never come back to them.
Verse 5: Whoever sent the wild ass free, and who loosed the prisons of the wild ass,
Verse 6: To whom have I given the wilderness for a house, and the salt earth for an abode?
Verse 7: Laughs at the noise of the city; you don’t hear the driver’s many screams.
Verse 8: The mountainous country is her pasture, and she walks looking for everything that is green.
Verse 9: Or will the wild ox be willing to serve thee? Or will it stay in your corral?
Verse 10: Or shalt thou bind the wild ox to the plow with a rope? Or will he dig the valleys after you?
Verse 11: Will you either trust him, because his strength is great, or will you leave your work to him?
Verse 12: Or will you trust him to become what you sowed and gather him in your threshing floor?
Verse 13: An ostrich beats its wings gladly, but are its wings and feathers kind?
Verse 14: She leaves her eggs in the ground, and warms them in the dust,
Verse 15: And she forgets that any foot can tread them, or that the beasts of the field can tread them.
Verse 16: She hardens towards her children, as if they were not hers; in vain is her job, but she is unafraid,
Verse 17: For God deprived her of wisdom, and gave her no understanding.
Verse 18: In time she rises up on high; he laughs at the horse, and at what rides on him.
Verse 19: Or will you give the horse strength, or will you clothe his neck with mane?
Verse 20: Or will you frighten him like a locust? Terrible is the fiery breath of their nostrils.
Verse 21: He digs up the earth, and rejoices in his strength, and go out to meet the armed.
Verse 22: He laughs at fear, and is not dismayed, and does not turn back because of the sword.
Verse 23: Against him the quiver crackles, the burning iron of the spear and the javelin.
Verse 24: In agitation and indignation, he serves the earth, and takes no notice of the sound of the horn.
Verse 25: When the horns sound he says: Hey! And it smells of war from afar, and the thunder of captains, and the din.
Verse 26: Or does the hawk fly by your intelligence, and spread his wings towards the south?
Verse 27: Or does the eagle go up to thy command, and set his nest on high?
Verse 28: In the rocks he dwells and dwells; on the top of the rocks, and in the safe places.
Verse 29: From there he discovers the prey; his eyes see her from afar.
Verse 30: And her children suck blood, and where there are dead, there she is.
Verse 1: And the LORD answered Job, saying,
Verse 2: Is contention against the Almighty wisdom? Who so argues to God, answer for it.
Verse 6: Then the LORD answered Job out of a whirlwind, saying,
Verse 7: Gird up now thy loins like a man; I will ask you, and you will explain.
Verse 8: Will you also make my judgment vain, or will you condemn me, to justify yourself?
Verse 9: Or have you an arm like God, or can you thunder with a voice as he does?
therefore adorn yourself with excellency and highness; and clothe yourself with majesty and glory.
Verse 11: Pour out the fierceness of thy wrath, and behold every proud one, and bring him down.
Verse 12: Look on everyone who is proud, and humble him, and trample down the wicked in his stead.
Verse 13: Hide them together in the dust; it binds their faces in secret.
Verse 14: Then I also will confess to thee, that thy right hand shall be able to save thee.
Verse 15: Behold now Behemoth, which I have made with you, which eateth grass like an ox.
Verse 16: Behold, his strength is in his loins, and his power in the muscles of his belly.
Verse 17: When he wants to, he moves his tail like a cedar; the nerves in your thighs are woven together.
Verse 18: His bones are like tubes of brass; its bones are like iron bars.
Verse 19: He is a masterpiece of God’s ways; what made him provided him with his sword.
Verse 20: Verily the mountains give him pasture, where all the beasts of the field rejoice.
Verse 21: He Lies under the dark trees, in the hiding place of the reeds and the mud.
Verse 22: The dark trees cover it with their shade; the brook willows surround it.
Verse 23: Behold, a river overflows, and he does not make haste, yet he trusts that the Jordan shall rise up to his mouth.
Verse 24: Could they hunt him in the sight of his eyes, or pierce his nose with snares?
Verse 1: Will you hook the leviathan, or will you bind its tongue with a rope?
Verse 2: Can you put a hook in his nose, or with a hook pierce his jaw?
Verse 3: Will he multiply supplications for thee, or shall he speak softly?
Verse 4: Will he make a covenant with you, or will you take him for a servant forever?
Verse 5: Will you play with him as if he were a little bird, or will you trap him for your girls?
Verse 6: Will your companions make a feast of it, or will they divide it among the merchants?
Verse 7: Will you fill his skin with hooks, or his head with fishing harpoons?
Verse 8: Lay thy hand upon him, remember the battle, and thou shalt never pursue it again.
Verse 9: Behold, the hope of catching him is vain; for will not man be overthrown at the sight of him?
Verse 10: There is none so daring that he dares to awaken him; who then is he that dares to rise up before me?
Verse 11: Who first gave me, that I might repay him? For what is under all the heavens is mine.
Verse 12: I will not keep silent concerning their members, nor their great strength, nor the grace of their composure.
Verse 13: Who will uncover the face of his garment? Who will enter his folded breastplate?
Verse 14: Who will open the doors of his face? For around your teeth is terror.
Verse 15: His strong scales are his pride, each one closed as with a tight seal.
Verse 16: One comes so close to each other that not even air passes between them.
Verse 17: One to another they are bound together; they adhere so much to each other that they cannot be separated.
Verse 18: Every one of his sneezes makes the light shine, and his eyes are like the eyelids of the morning.
Verse 19: Out of his mouth go out torches; sparks of fire leap from it.
Verse 20: From their nostrils comes smoke, as from a boiling pot, or from a great kettle.
Verse 21: His breath makes the coals burn; and from his mouth comes flame.
Verse 22: In his neck resides strength; before him even sadness leaps with pleasure.
Verse 23: The muscles of his flesh are stuck together; each is firmly in it, and none move.
Verse 24: His heart is firm as a stone and firm as the millstone below.
Verse 25: When he arose, the mighty trembled; on account of their shocks they are purified.
Verse 26: If anyone touches him with a sword, it cannot penetrate, neither can spear, javelin or arrow.
Verse 27: He regards iron as straw, and copper as rotten wood.
Verse 28: The arrow will not make him flee; the stones in the slings become stubble.
Verse 29: The stones cast are to him as edges, and he laughs at the swing of the spear;
Verse 30: Underneath him he has sharp shells; it extends over sharp things like in mud.
Verse 31: He makes the depths boil like a pot; it makes the sea like a vessel of ointment.
Verse 32: He leaves behind him a path of light; it looks like the abyss turned into the whiteness of grays.
Verse 33: There is nothing on earth that can be compared to it, for it was made to be without fear.
Verse 34: He sees all that is high; he is king over all the children of pride.
Verse 3: And the LORD said unto Isaiah, Now, thou and thy son Shear-Jashub, go forth to meet Ahaz, at the end of the channel of the upper pool, in the way of the lavander’s field.
Verse 4: And say unto him, Take heed, and be quiet; fear not, nor let your heart be discouraged because of these two pieces of smoking firebrands; because
or of the wrath of Rezin, and of Syria, and of the son of Remaliah.
Verse 5: For Syria had an evil counsel against thee, with Ephraim, and with the son of Remaliah, saying,
Verse 6: Let us go up against Judah, and let us molest him, and divide him among us, and let the son of Tabeal reign in his midst.
Verse 7: Thus saith the Lord GOD: This shall not stand, neither shall it be.
Verse 8: But the head of Syria shall be Damascus, and the head of Damascus Rezin; and within sixty-five years Ephraim will be destroyed, and will cease to be a people.
Verse 9: And the head of Ephraim shall be Samaria, and the head of Samaria the son of Remaliah; if you do not believe it, you will certainly not remain.
Verse 10: And the Lord continued to speak with Ahaz, saying,
Verse 11: Ask thee a sign of the Lord thy God; ask for it, either below in the depths, or above in the heights.
Verse 14: But now the LORD spake, saying, In three years (like the years of journeymen) shall the glory of Moab be debased, with all her great multitude; and the rest will be little, small and powerless.
Verse 1: Weight of Damascus. Behold, Damascus will be taken away, and will no longer be a city, but a heap of ruins.
Verse 2: The cities of Aroer will be abandoned; it will be for the flocks that will lie down without anyone scaring them away.
Verse 3: And the stronghold of Ephraim shall cease, and also the kingdom of Damascus, and the remnant of Syria; they will be like the glory of the children of Israel, says the Lord of hosts.
Verse 4: And in that day the glory of Jacob will be diminished, and the fat of his flesh will be thin.
Verse 5: For he will be like a reaper that reaps the reed of wheat, and with his arm reaps the ears; and he will also be like the one who gathers the corn in the valley of Rephaim.
Verse 6: But a few scribbles will remain on it, as in the shaking of an olive tree: two or three olives on the top of the branches, and four or five on their most fruitful branches, saith the Lord God of Israel.
Verse 3: And the LORD said, As my servant Isaiah was naked and barefoot for three years, as a sign and wonder over Egypt, and over Ethiopia,
Verse 4: Thus shall the king of Assyria take captivity the captives of Egypt, and the exiles of Ethiopia, both young and old, naked and barefoot, and with their buttocks uncovered, to the shame of Egypt.
Verse 5: And they shall be dismayed and ashamed, because of the Ethiopians, their hope, and also of the Egyptians, their glory.
Verse 6: Then shall the inhabitants of this island say in that day, See how our hope is, to which we fled for help, that we may be delivered from the face of the king of Assyria! How then shall we escape?
Verse 6: For thus saith the Lord unto me, Go, set a watch, and let her tell what to see.
Verse 7: And when she sees a chariot with a pair of horsemen, a chariot with donkeys, and a chariot with camels, let her watch closely with great care.
Verse 16: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD: Behold, I have laid a stone in Zion, a tried stone, a precious corner stone, which is firm and well founded; whoever believes do not hurry.
Verse 17: And I will rule judgment by the line, and righteousness by the plumb line, and the hail shall sweep away the refuge of lies, and the waters shall cover the hiding place.
Verse 18: And your covenant with death shall be made null and void; and your agreement with hell shall not stand; and when the flood of the scourge passes, then you will be trodden down by it.
Verse 19: As soon as it begins to pass away, it will take you away, for morning after morning it will pass away, day and night; and will it be that just hearing such news will cause great turmoil.
Verse 20: For the bed will be so short that no one will be able to stretch out on it; and the blanket so narrow that no one will be able to cover themselves with it.
Verse 21: For the LORD will rise up as in mount Perazim, and be wroth, as in the valley of Gibeon, to do his work, his strange work, and to do his deed, his strange deed.
Verse 13: For the Lord said, For this people draw nigh to me, and with their mouths and with their lips they honor me, but their heart departs far from me, and their fear of me consists only of commandments of men, in which he was instructed;
Verse 14: Therefore, behold, I will continue to do a wonderful work in the midst of this people, a wonderful work and a wonder; for the wisdom of his wise men shall perish, and the understanding of his wise men shall be hidden.
Verse 15: Woe to them that would hide their purpose from the Lord, and do their works in the dark, and say, Who sees us? And who knows us?
Verse 16: You pervert everything, as if the potter were like clay, and the work said of its maker, He did not make me; and the vase formed said of its potter: It knows nothing.
Verse 17: Will not Lebanon be turned into a fertile field in a short time? And won’t the fertile field be reputed for a forest?
Verse 18: And in that
the deaf will hear the words of the book, and out of darkness and out of darkness the eyes of the blind shall see them.
Verse 19: And the meek shall have joy over joy in the Lord; and the needy among men will rejoice in the Holy One of Israel.
Verse 20: For the tyrant is brought to nothing, and the scoffer is consumed, and all that give themselves to iniquity are cut off;
Verse 21: Those who make a man guilty for a word, and lay a snare for him that reproves in the gate, and those who for no reason cast aside the righteous one.
Verse 22: Therefore thus saith the LORD, who redeemed Abraham concerning the house of Jacob: Jacob shall not now be ashamed, neither shall his face be discolored now.
Verse 23: But when he sees his children, the work of my hands in his midst, they will sanctify my name; yea, they will sanctify the Holy One of Jacob, and fear the God of Israel.
Verse 24: And those who are wrong in spirit will come to understanding, and murmurers will learn doctrine.
Verse 15: For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel: Returning and resting ye shall be saved; in peace and trust would be your strength, but you did not want it.
Verse 16: But ye say, No; before on horses we will flee; therefore ye shall flee; and on light horses we will ride; so your pursuers will also be swift.
Verse 17: A thousand men shall flee at the cry of one, and at the cry of five all of you shall flee, until ye are left as a pole on the top of a mountain, and as a standard in a hillock. .
Verse 18: Therefore the LORD will wait to be gracious to you; and for this cause he will rise up, to have compassion on you, for the Lord is a God of equity; blessed are all who wait for him.
Verse 19: For the people shall dwell in Zion, in Jerusalem; you shall cry no more; he will certainly have compassion on you, at the voice of your cry, and, hearing it, he will answer you.
Verse 20: The Lord will well give you bread of anguish and water of distress, but your teachers will no more flee from you, as flying with wings; rather, your eyes will see all your masters.
Verse 21: And thine ears shall hear the word of him that is behind thee, saying, This is the way, walk in it, turning neither to the right nor to the left.
Verse 22: And thou shalt have defiled the coverings of thy carvings of silver, and the covering of thy molten carvings of gold; and thou shalt cast them away like a filthy cloth, and shalt say to every one of them, Out of here.
Verse 23: Then he will give thee rain upon thy seed, with which thou shalt sow the earth, and bread from the newness of the earth; and it will be fertile and full; on that day your cattle will graze in wide pastures.
Verse 24: And the oxen and the colts, which till the ground, shall eat pure grain, which is beaten with the shovel, and sifted with the sieve.
Verse 25: And in every high mountain, and in every raised hill, there shall be streams and streams of water, in the day of the great slaughter, when the towers fall down. .
Verse 26: And the light of the moon shall be like the light of the sun, and the light of the sun seven times greater, like the light of seven days, in the day that the Lord binds the breaking of his people, and heals the wound of his wound.
Verse 27: Behold, the name of the LORD cometh from afar, his wrath burning, his burden being heavy; his lips are full of indignation, and his tongue is like a consuming fire.
Verse 28: And his breath like an overflowing brook, reaching up to his neck, to sift the nations with a sieve of destruction, and a bridle to make the jaws of the peoples erring. .
Verse 29: A song shall be among you, as in the night when a holy feast is held; and gladness of heart, like that of him who goes with a flute to enter the mountain of the Lord, to the Rock of Israel.
Verse 30: And the LORD will cause his majestic voice to be heard, and will cause to be seen the lowering of his arm, with wrath of wrath, and blaze of consuming fire, lightning and flood, and hailstones.
Verse 31: For with the voice of the LORD Assyria, which he smote with a rod, shall be broken in pieces.
Verse 32: And at every blow of the staff of judgment, which the LORD shall give him, there shall be tambourines and harps; and with combats of agitation he will fight against them.
Verse 33: For Topheth has long been prepared; yea, she is ready for the king; he made it deep and wide; her pyre is of fire, and it has a lot of wood; the breath of the Lord like a torrent of brimstone will kindle it.
Verse 1: Woe to them that go down to Egypt to seek help, and lean on horses; and have confidence in cars, because there are many; and in knights, because they are mighty; and do not heed the Holy One of Israel, and seek not the LORD.
Verse 2: Yet he also is wise, and will cause evil to come, and will not withdraw his words; and he will rise up against the house of evildoers, and against the help of those who do iniquity.
Verse 3: For the Egyptians are men, and not God; and their horses, flesh, not spirit; and when the Lord stretches out His hand, the helper shall both stumble, and the helped shall fall, and all together
will be consumed.
Verse 4: For thus saith the LORD unto me, As a lion and a young lion roar over his prey, though a multitude of shepherds be summoned against him, they are not dismayed at their voices, neither are they overwhelmed by their multitude, so the LORD of hosts he will descend to fight on mount Zion, and on her hillock.
Verse 5: As birds fly, so will the Lord of hosts sustain Jerusalem; he will support her, deliver her, and, passing by, save her.
Verse 6: Turn therefore to him against whom the children of Israel rebelled so deeply.
Verse 7: For in that day every man shall cast out his idols of silver, and his idols of gold, which made your hands for you to sin,
Verse 8 : And Assyria shall fall by the sword, not by a mighty man; and the sword, not of a despicable man, shall consume it; and he will flee before the sword, and his young men will be tributaries.
Verse 9: And her rock shall pass over in fear, and her princes shall be terrified of the standard, saith the LORD, whose fire is in Zion, and her furnace in Jerusalem.
Verse 1: Behold, a king shall reign in righteousness, and princes shall rule according to judgment.
Verse 2: And that man shall be like a hiding place from the wind, and a refuge from the storm, like streams of water in dry places, and like the shadow of a great rock in a thirsty land.
Verse 3: And the eyes of those who see will not look back; and the ears of those who hear will be attentive.
Verse 4: And the hearts of the reckless will understand knowledge; and the tongue of stutterers will be ready to speak distinctly.
Verse 5: A vile will never again be called liberal; and of the miser it will never again be said that he is generous.
Verse 6: For the vile speaks obscenity, and his heart worketh iniquity, to use hypocrisy, and to speak lies against the LORD, to make the soul of the hungry empty, and to make the thirsty man want drink.
Verse 7: Also all the weapons of the miser are evil; he devises evil inventions, to destroy the meek with false words, even when the poor speak rightly.
Verse 8: But the liberal designs liberal things, and by liberality he is standing.
Verse 9: Arise, women, that are at ease, and hear my voice; and you, daughters, who are so sure, incline your ear to my words.
Verse 10: For in a year and days you will be troubled, O women who are so sure; for the vintage will be over, and the harvest will not come.
Verse 11: Tremble, ye women that are at ease, and be troubled ye that are so sure; undress yourselves, and put yourselves naked, and gird your loins with sackcloth.
Verse 12: They will beat their breasts, in the desirable fields, and in the fruitful vineyards.
Verse 13: Upon the land of my people shall come thorns and briers, and upon every house where there is joy in the joyful city.
Verse 14: For the palaces will be forsaken, the multitude of the city will cease; and the fortifications and the towers will be caves forever, for the joy of the mountain donkeys, and for the pasture of the flocks;
Verse 15: Until the spirit from on high is poured out upon us; then the desert will become a fertile field, and the fertile field will be called a wood.
Verse 16: And judgment shall dwell in the wilderness, and righteousness shall dwell in the fruitful field.
Verse 17: And the effect of righteousness shall be peace, and the working of righteousness, rest and safety forever.
Verse 18: And my people shall dwell in an abode of peace, and in habitations that are secure, and in quiet places of rest.
Verse 19: But as he descends into the forest, hail will fall, and the city will be utterly slain.
Verse 20: Blessed are you that sow by all waters; and you leave the feet of the ox and the ass free.
Verse 1: Woe to thee, spoiler, who was not spoiled, and who act treacherously against them that have dealt not treacherously against thee! When thou finish stripping, thou shalt be stripped; and when you finish treating you perfidiously, they will treat you perfidiously.
Verse 14: Thus saith the LORD: The labor of Egypt, and the trade of the Ethiopians and the Sabeans, men of stature, shall pass over to thee, and shall be thine; they will go after you, they will come in fetters, and they will prostrate themselves before you; They shall make their supplications unto thee, saying, Truly God is in thee, and there is no other god.
Verse 15: Verily thou art the God that hideth thyself, the God of Israel, the Saviour.
Verse 16: They shall all be ashamed, and they shall all be confounded; those who make images will fall together in affront.
Verse 17: But Israel is saved by the Lord, with an eternal salvation; therefore you shall not be ashamed or confounded in all eternity.
Verse 18: For thus saith the LORD that created the heavens, the God that formed the earth, and made it; he confirmed it, he did not create it empty, but formed it to be inhabited: I am the Lord and there is none else.
Verse 19: I did not speak in secret, nor in any dark place in
misses; He said not to Jacob’s seed, Seek me in vain; I am the Lord, who speaks justice, and announces right things.
Verse 20: Assemble yourselves, and come; come together, you who escaped from the nations; Those who carry their carved images made of wood in procession know nothing and pray to a god who cannot save.
Verse 21: Declare, and draw near, and take counsel all together; who did hear this from antiquity? Who has since announced it? Is it not I, the Lord? For there is no other God but me; Just God and Savior is none other than me.
Verse 22: Look unto me, and ye shall be saved, all the ends of the earth; because I am God, and there is no other.
Verse 23: I have sworn by myself, the word of righteousness has gone out of my mouth, and it will not turn back; that before me every knee shall bow, and every tongue shall swear by me.
Verse 24: Of me it shall be said, Indeed in the LORD there is righteousness and strength; they will come even to him, but all who are angry with him will be put to shame.
Verse 25: But in the Lord shall she be justified, and all the seed of Israel shall glory.
Verse 8: Thus saith the Lord, In an acceptable time I have heard thee, and in the day of salvation I have helped thee, and will keep thee, and will give thee for a covenant of the people, to restore the land, and to give them desolate homesteads for an inheritance;
Verse 9: To say to the prisoners, Come out; and to those who are in darkness: Appear. They will graze on the paths, and in all high places there will be their pasture.
Verse 10: They shall never be hungry, nor thirsty, nor hot, nor shall the sun afflict them; for he who has pity on them will lead them and bring them meekly to the springs of water.
Verse 11: And I will make all my mountains a way; and my roads will be raised.
Verse 12: Behold, these shall come from afar, and behold, they from the north, and from the west, and those others from the land of Sinim.
Verse 13: Rejoice, O heavens, and be glad, O earth, and ye mountains burst with joy, for the LORD hath comforted his people, and he will have pity on the afflicted for them.
Verse 22: Thus saith the Lord GOD: Behold, I will lift up my hand to the Gentiles, and lift up my standard before the peoples; then shall they bring thy sons in their arms, and thy daughters shall be carried on their shoulders.
Verse 23: And kings shall be your nurses, and their queens your nurses; before you they will bow down with their faces to the ground, and they will lick the dust from your feet; and thou shalt know that I am the Lord, that those who trust in me shall not be ashamed.
Verse 24: Shall the prey be taken from the mighty, or would those legally bound escape?
Verse 25: But thus saith the Lord: Surely the prisoners shall be taken away from the mighty, and the prey of a tyrant shall escape; for I will contend with them that contend with thee, and thy children I will redeem.
Verse 26: And I will uphold thy oppressors with their own flesh, and with their own blood they shall be drunk, as with new wine; and all flesh shall know that I am the Lord your Saviour, and your Redeemer the Fort of Jacob.
Verse 1: Thus saith the LORD: Where is your mother’s letter of divorce, whereby I have put it away? Or who is my creditor to whom I have sold you? Behold, for your iniquities you were sold, and for your transgressions your mother was put away.
Verse 2: Why did I come, and no one appeared? I called, and no one answered? Is my hand so shrunken that it can no longer redeem? Or is there no more strength in me to deliver? Behold, with my rebuke I make the sea dry up, I turn the rivers into desert, until their fish stink, because they have no water and they die of thirst.
Verse 3: I clothe the heavens with blackness, I will put a sack for their covering.
Verse 3: For thus saith the Lord: You were sold for nothing; also without money you will be redeemed.
Verse 4: For thus saith the Lord GOD; My people in times of old went down into Egypt to sojourn there, and Assyria oppressed them without reason.
Verse 5: And now what have I to do here, saith the Lord, for my people have been taken for no reason? Those who rule over him howl, saith the Lord; and my name is blasphemed incessantly all day long.
Verse 6: Therefore my people shall know my name; for in that day he will know that it is I myself who speak: Here am I.
Verse 1: Thus saith the LORD, Keep judgment, and do justice: for my salvation is near to come, and my righteousness to be revealed.
Verse 2: Blessed is the man that doeth this, and the son of man that lay hold of it; who guards himself from profaning the Sabbath, and keeps his hand from doing any harm.
Verse 8: Thus saith the Lord: As when wine is found in a bunch of grapes, they say, Do not waste it, for there is blessing in it, so will I do for my servants’ sake, that I shall not destroy them all,
Verse 9: And I will bring forth a seed for Jacob, and for Judah an heir to possess my mountains; and my chosen ones shall inherit the land and my servants.
they will dwell there.
Verse 10: And Sharon shall be a sheepfold for flocks, and the valley of Achor a resting place for cattle, for my people that have sought me.
Verse 11: But to you, who depart from the LORD, who forget my holy mountain, who prepare a table for Fortune, and who mix the drink for Fate.
Verse 12: Ye shall also be destined to the sword, and ye shall all bow down to slaying; because I called, and you did not answer; I spoke, and you did not hear; but you did what was evil in my eyes, and chose what I had no pleasure in.
Verse 13: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD: Behold, my servants shall eat, but ye shall hunger; behold, my servants shall drink, but ye shall thirst; behold, my servants shall rejoice, but ye shall be ashamed;
Verse 14: Behold, my servants shall exult for joy of heart, but ye shall cry out for sorrow of heart; and ye shall howl for the brokenness of spirit.
Verse 15: And ye shall leave your name to my chosen ones for a curse; and the Lord GOD will kill you; and he will call his servants by another name.
Verse 16: As soon as he that blessed himself in the earth, he blessed himself in the God of truth; and he that swears in the earth, shall swear by the God of truth; because past anguishes are forgotten, and are hidden from my eyes.
Verse 17: For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth; and there will be no more remembrance of past things, no more recollection.
Verse 18: But ye shall rejoice and rejoice forever in what I create; for, behold, I make Jerusalem a joy, and her people a joy.
Verse 19: And I will rejoice in Jerusalem, and be glad in my people; and there will never again be heard in her a voice of weeping or a voice of crying.
Verse 20: There shall be no more in her a child a few days old, nor an old man who does not fulfill his days; because the boy will die a hundred years; but the sinner of a hundred years will be cursed.
Verse 21: And they shall build houses, and dwell in them; and they will plant vineyards, and eat their fruit.
Verse 22: They shall not build for others to dwell; they will not plant for others to eat; for the days of my people shall be like the days of the tree, and my chosen ones shall enjoy the works of their hands.
Verse 23: They shall not labor for nothing, neither shall they bear children for trouble; for they are the blessed seed of the Lord, and his descendants will be with them.
Verse 24: And it will be that before they cry will I answer; while they are still speaking, I will hear them.
Verse 25: The wolf and the lamb will feed together, and the lion will eat straw like the ox; and dust will be the serpent’s food. They shall do no harm or harm in all my holy mountain, saith the Lord.
Verse 1: Thus saith the LORD: Heaven is my throne, and earth is my footstool; what house would you build me? And what would be my resting place?
Verse 2: For my hand hath made all these things, and thus they were all made, saith the Lord; but to that I will look, to the poor and broken in spirit, and who trembles at my word.
Verse 3: He who kills an ox is like one who takes a man’s life; whoever sacrifices a lamb is like one who slaughters a dog; whoever offers an oblation is like one who offers pig’s blood; whoever burns incense in memorial is like one who blesses an idol; these too choose their own ways, and their souls delight in their abominations.
Verse 4: I will also choose their calamities, I will bring their fears upon them; because I cried and no one answered, I spoke and they did not listen; but they did what was bad in my eyes, and chose what I took no pleasure in.
Verse 5: Hear the word of the Lord, you that tremble at his word. Your brethren, who hate you and who drive you far away for my name’s sake, say, Let the Lord be glorified, that we may see your joy; but they will be confused.
Verse 6: A voice of great noise will come from the city, a voice from the temple, the voice of the Lord, who pays his enemies.
Verse 7: Before she was in childbirth, she gave birth; before the pains came, he gave birth to a boy.
Verse 8: Who has never heard such a thing? Who saw similar things? Could a land be born in a single day? Would a nation be born at once? But Zion was in childbirth and has already given birth to her children.
Verse 9: Would I open the womb and not beget? says the Lord; would I beget, and would I close the mother? says your God.
Verse 10: Rejoice with Jerusalem, and be glad for her, all you that love her; be filled with joy for her, all you who mourned for her;
Verse 11: That ye may suck, and be satisfied with the breasts of her comforts; that you may suck, and delight in the abundance of her glory.
Verse 12: For thus saith the LORD: Behold, I will extend peace upon her like a river, and the glory of the Gentiles like an overflowing brook; then you will suckle, they will bring you to their laps, and on their knees they will caress you.
Verse 13: As one to whom his mother comforts, so I know
I will sun; and in Jerusalem you will be comforted.
Verse 14: And ye shall see, and your heart shall rejoice, and your bones shall be green like tender grass; then the hand of the Lord will be known to his servants, and he will be angry with his enemies.
Verse 15: For, behold, the Lord will come with fire; and his cars like a whirlwind; to make his wrath a rage, and his rebuke a blaze of fire.
Verse 16: For with fire and with his sword the LORD will plead with all flesh; and the dead of the Lord will be multiplied.
Verse 17: Those who sanctify and cleanse themselves in gardens, one after another; those who eat pork, and the abomination, and the rat, shall be consumed together, saith the LORD.
Verse 18: For I know his works and his thoughts; the day is coming when I will gather all nations and tongues; and they will come and see my glory.
Verse 19: And I will set a sign among them, and those who escape from them will I send to the nations, Tarshish, Pul, and Lud, archers, Tubal and Javan, even to the isles farther, which have not heard of my fame, nor seen my glory; and they will herald my glory among the Gentiles.
Verse 20: And they shall bring all your brethren out of all nations as an offering unto the LORD, on horses, and in chariots, and in litters, and on mules, and on dromedaries, they shall bring them to my holy mountain to Jerusalem, he says the Lord; as when the children of Israel bring their offerings in clean vessels to the house of the Lord.
Verse 21: And I will also take some of them for priests and for Levites, saith the LORD.
Verse 22: For as the new heavens and the new earth, which I will make, shall be before my face, saith the LORD, so shall your seed and your name also be.
Verse 23: And it shall come to pass from one new moon to another, and from one sabbath to the next, all flesh shall come to worship before me, saith the LORD.
Verse 24: And they shall go out, and see the dead bodies of the men who have transgressed against me; for his worm shall never die, neither shall his fire be quenched; and they will be a horror to all flesh.
Verse 4: So the word of the Lord came to me, saying,
Verse 5: Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you came out of the womb I sanctified you; to the nations I gave you as a prophet.
Verse 7: But the Lord said unto me, Say not, I am a boy; for to all to whom I send thee, thou shalt go; and whatever I send you, you will speak.
Verse 8: Fear not before them; because I am with you to deliver you, says the Lord.
Verse 9: The LORD said unto me, Behold, I have put my words in thy mouth;
Verse 10: Behold, I set thee this day over the nations, and over the kingdoms, to pluck, and to overthrow, and to destroy, and to ruin; and also to build and to plant.
Verse 11: The word of the LORD came unto me, saying, What do you see, Jeremiah
Verse 12: And the Lord said unto me, Thou hast seen well; because I watch over my word to keep it.
Verse 13: And the word of the LORD came to me the second time, saying, What do you see
Verse 14: And the LORD said unto me, Evil shall be discovered from the north upon all the inhabitants of the land.
Verse 15: For, behold, I call together all the families of the northern kingdoms, saith the LORD; and they shall come, and each one shall set his throne at the gates of Jerusalem, and against all her walls round about, and against all the cities of Judah.
Verse 16: And I will pronounce my judgments against them, because of all their malice; for they left me, and burned incense to strange gods, and bowed down to the works of their hands.
Verse 17: Thou therefore gird up thy loins, and arise, and tell them all that I command thee; be not dismayed before them, lest I be ashamed before them.
Verse 18: For, behold, I make thee a strong city this day, and a pillar of iron, and walls of bronze, against all the earth, against the kings of Judah, against its princes, against its priests, and against the people of the earth.
Verse 19: And they will fight against thee, but they will not prevail against thee; for I am with you, says the Lord, to deliver you.
Verse 1: And the word of the LORD came to me, saying,
Verse 2: Go and cry in the ears of Jerusalem, saying, Thus saith the Lord: Verse 3: I remember thee, the godliness of thy youth, and the love of thy betrothal, when thou followed me in the wilderness, in a land that it was not sown.
So Israel was holiness to the Lord, and the firstfruits of his newness; all who devoured him were held to be guilty; evil came upon them, saith the Lord.
Verse 4: Hear the word of the LORD, O house of Jacob, and all the families of the house of Israel;
Verse 5: Thus saith the Lord: What injustice did your fathers find in me, that they would depart from me, going after vanity, and becoming light?
Verse 27: For thus saith the LORD, This whole land shall be desolate; but I will not consume it at all.
Verse 16: Thus saith the Lord:
where ye in the ways, and see, and inquire in the ancient paths, what is the good way, and walk in it; and ye shall find rest for your souls; but they say: We will not walk in it.
Verse 17: I have also set watchmen over you, saying, Beware of the sound of the trumpet; but they say: We will not listen.
Verse 18: Therefore hear, ye nations; and inform yourself, O congregation, of what is done among them!
Verse 19: Hear thou, O earth! Behold, I will bring evil upon this people, the very fruit of their thoughts; because they are not heeding my words, and reject my law.
Verse 20: Why then come to me the incense of Sheba, and the best fragrant reed of far lands? Your burnt offerings do not please me, neither are your sacrifices sweet to me.
Verse 21: Therefore thus saith the LORD: Behold, I will make this people stumbling blocks; and parents and children shall stumble over them together; his neighbor and his companion will perish.
Verse 22: Thus saith the Lord: Behold, a people cometh from the land of the north, and a great nation shall rise from the ends of the earth.
Verse 23: Bow and spear will bring; they are cruel, and will show no mercy; their voice shall roar like the sea, and on horses they shall ride, arrayed as men of war against thee, daughter of Zion.
Verse 24: We heard his fame, our hands were loose; anguish seized us, and pains like those of a parturient.
Verse 25: Go not out into the field, neither walk by the way; for the enemy’s sword and astonishment are all around.
Verse 26: O daughter of my people, gird yourself with sackcloth, and wallow in ashes; weeps as for an only child, weeping with bitterness; because suddenly the destroyer will come upon us.
Verse 27: As a guard tower I have placed you among my people, as a fortress, that you may know and examine his way.
Verse 28: All of them are the most rebellious, they go about murmuring; they are as hard as bronze and iron; they are all corrupters.
Verse 29: The bellows is burned, the lead is consumed with fire; in vain did he smelt the smelter so diligently, for the wicked are not plucked out.
Verse 30: Silver rejected they will be called, because the Lord has rejected them.
Verse 13: And the LORD said, Because they have forsaken my law which I have set before them, and they hearkened not unto my voice, neither walked in it.
Verse 14: But they walked after the purpose of their own heart, and after the Baals, as their fathers taught them.
Verse 23: Thus saith the LORD: Let not the wise man boast in his wisdom, neither let the strong boast in his strength; let not the rich boast in their riches,
Verse 24: But he that boast, let him boast in this: in understanding me and knowing me, that I am the LORD, which doeth beneficence, judgment, and righteousness in the earth; because of these things I am well pleased, saith the Lord.
Verse 2: Thus saith the Lord: Learn not the way of the heathen, neither be dismayed at the signs of heaven; because with them the nations fear.
Verse 18: For thus saith the LORD: Behold, this time I will hurl as with a sling to the inhabitants of the land, and I will distress them, that they may find him, saying,
Verse 19: Woe is me because of my brokenness! My wound causes me great pain; and I had said: Surely this is sickness that I can bear.
Verse 20: My tent is destroyed, and all my cords are broken; my children are gone from me, and they do not exist; there is no one else to roll out my tent, nor to lift my curtains,
Verse 21: For the shepherds were brutish, and sought not the Lord; therefore they did not prosper, and all their flocks scattered.
Verse 6: And the LORD said unto me, Proclaim all these words in the cities of Judah, and in the streets of Jerusalem, saying, Hear ye the words of this covenant, and do them.
Verse 7: For I did warn your fathers in the day that I brought them out of the land of Egypt, even to this day, rising early, and protesting, and saying, Hearken to my voice.
Verse 8: But they did not hear, neither inclined their ear, but walked every man according to the purpose of his evil heart; therefore I brought upon them all the words of this covenant which I commanded them to fulfill, but they did not.
Verse 9: The LORD said moreover unto me, A conspiracy was found among the men of Judah, among the inhabitants of Jerusalem.
Verse 10: They returned to the iniquities of their first fathers, who would not hear my words; and they walked after other gods to serve them; the house of Israel and the house of Judah broke my covenant, which I had made with their fathers.
Verse 11: Therefore thus saith the Lord: Behold, I will bring evil upon them, from which they cannot escape; and they will cry out to me, but I will not hear them.
Verse 12: Then shall the cities of Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem go, and cry unto the gods to whom they have burned incense; but these will in no way deliver them in time from their evil.
Verse 9: Thus saith the Lord, In the same way will I rot the pride of Judah, and
the great pride of Jerusalem.
Verse 14: And the LORD said unto me, The prophets prophesy falsely in my name; I never sent them, nor commanded them, nor spoke to them; false vision, and guesswork, and vanity, and the deceit of your heart is what they prophesy to you.
Verse 11: Said the Lord, Surely thy remnant shall be for good; Indeed, in the time of calamity, and in the time of trouble, I will make the enemy speak to you in supplication.
Verse 19: Thus saith the Lord, If thou return, then I will bring thee, and thou shalt stand before me; and if thou shalt separate the precious from the vile, thou shalt be like my mouth; become them to you, but do not return to them.
Verse 20: And I will set thee against this people as a strong wall of bronze; and they will fight against thee, but they will not prevail against thee; for I am with you to keep you, to deliver you from them, says the Lord.
Verse 5: Thus saith the Lord: Cursed is the man that trusteth in man, and makes flesh his arm, and departs his heart from the Lord!
Verse 6: For he will be like a tamarisk in the wilderness, and he will not see when good comes; rather he will dwell in the dry places of the desert, in the salty and uninhabitable land.
Verse 7: Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, and whose trust is the Lord.
Verse 8: For it will be like a tree planted by the water, which stretcheth out its roots to the brook, and is not afraid when the heat comes, but its leaf is green; and in the year of drought it does not fatigue, nor does it fail to bear fruit.
Verse 9: The heart is deceitful above all things, and perverse; who will know him?
Verse 10: I, the Lord, search the heart and try the kidneys; and this to give to each one according to his ways and according to the fruit of his actions.
Verse 11: As a partridge that hatches eggs that it has not laid, so is he that gathereth riches, but not rightly; in the middle of his days he will leave them, and at the end he will be a fool.
Verse 21: Thus saith the Lord: Guard your souls, and bear not burdens on the sabbath day, neither bring them in by the gates of Jerusalem;
Verse 22: Neither take away burdens from your houses on the sabbath day, nor do any work; but keep the Sabbath day holy, as I commanded your fathers.
Verse 4: For thus saith the LORD: Behold, I will make thee a terror to thyself, and to all thy friends. They will fall by the sword of their enemies, and your eyes will see it. I will deliver all Judah into the hand of the king of Babylon; he will take them captive to Babylon, and will smite them with the sword.
Verse 5: I will also deliver all the wealth of this city, and all its work, and all its precious things, yea, all the treasures of the kings of Judah will I deliver into the hand of their enemies, and they shall plunder, and take they will and will take them to Babylon.
Verse 1: Thus saith the LORD, Go down to the house of the king of Judah, and declare this word there,
Verse 2: And say, Hear the word of the LORD, O king of Judah, that sittet on the throne of David, thou, and thy servants, thy people, that enter through these gates.
Verse 3: Thus saith the Lord: Exercise judgment and righteousness, and deliver the spoiled from the hand of the oppressor; and oppress not the stranger, nor the fatherless, nor the widow; do not do violence, nor shed innocent blood in this place.
Verse 4: For if ye shall do this word, kings shall come in at the gates of this house, and shall sit in place of David on his throne, riding in chariots and riding on horses, they, and his servants, and his people.
Verse 5: But if ye will not hearken unto these words, I have sworn by myself, saith the LORD, that this house shall be desolate.
Verse 30: Thus saith the Lord: Write that this man is deprived of children, a man who shall not prosper in his days; for none of his generation shall prosper, to sit on the throne of David, and yet reign in Judah.
Verse 3: And the LORD said unto me, What seet thou, Jeremiah?
Verse 5: Thus saith the LORD, the God of Israel: As these good figs, so will I also know them of Judah, taken away in captivity; which I sent from this place to the land of the Chaldeans, for their good.
Verse 6: I will set mine eyes upon them for their good, and will bring them back to this land, and will build them, and will not destroy them; and I will plant them, and not pluck them up.
Verse 2: Thus saith the LORD: Stand in the court of the LORD’s house, and tell all the cities of Judah, which come to worship in the LORD’s house, all the words that I command you to speak to them; do not omit any words.
Verse 3: It may well be that they will hear, and turn every one from his evil way, and I will repent of the evil which I mean to them because of the wickedness of their actions.
Verse 16: Therefore thus saith the LORD, Behold, I will cast thee off the face of the earth; this year you will die, because you have spoken in rebellion against the Lord.
Verse 10: For thus saith the LORD, Surely after seventy years have passed in Babylon, I will visit you, and do over
my good word, bringing you back to this place.
Verse 11: For I know the thoughts that I have concerning you, saith the Lord; thoughts of peace, not evil, to give you the end you hope for.
Verse 12: Then ye shall call upon me, and go, and pray unto me, and I will hear you.
Verse 13: And ye shall seek me, and ye shall find me, when ye shall seek me with all your heart.
Verse 12: For thus saith the Lord: Thy wound is incurable; your sore is painful.
Verse 13: There is no one to defend your cause to apply a bandage; you don’t have medicines that can cure.
Verse 14: All thy lovers have forgotten thee, and ask not after thee; because I smote you with the wound of an enemy, and with the punishment of one who is cruel, for the greatness of your wickedness and the multitude of your sins.
Verse 15: Why do you cry out because of your wound? Your pain is incurable. By the greatness of your wickedness, and the multitude of your sins, I have done these things.
Verse 16: Therefore all that devour thee shall be devoured; and all your adversaries will all go into captivity; and they that steal from thee shall be robbed, and all that spoil thee I will deliver to plunder.
Verse 17: For I will restore thee to health, and will heal thee thy wounds, saith the LORD; because they called thee the disowned, saying, It is Zion, no one asks about her any more.
Verse 18: Thus saith the LORD: Behold, I will bring back the tents of Jacob out of captivity, and I will pity his abodes; and the city will be rebuilt on his heap, and the palace will remain as usual.
Verse 19: And out of them shall go forth praise and a voice of joy; and I will multiply them, and they will not be diminished, and I will glorify them, and they will not be made small.
Verse 20: And their children shall be as of old, and their congregation shall be established before me; and I will punish all their oppressors.
Verse 21: And their nobles shall be theirs; and his ruler will go out from among them, and I will bring him near, and he will draw near to me; for who of himself would strive to come to me? says the Lord.
Verse 22: And you shall be my people, and I will be your God.
Verse 2: Thus saith the Lord: The people of them that escaped the sword found favor in the wilderness. Israel even, when I put him to rest.
Verse 15: Thus saith the Lord: A voice was heard in Ramah, a lamentation, a bitter weeping; Rachel cries for her children; she doesn’t want to be comforted about her children, because they no longer exist.
Verse 16: Thus saith the Lord: Refrain thy voice from weeping, and the tears from thy eyes; for there is a reward for your work, says the Lord.
Verse 10: Thus saith the Lord: In this place of which ye say is desolate, and without man, without beast, in the cities of Judah, and in the streets of Jerusalem, which are desolate, without man, without inhabitant, without beast, even if will hear:
Verse 11: The voice of joy, and the voice of joy, the voice of the bridegroom, and the voice of the bride, and the voice of them that say, Praise the LORD of hosts, for good is the LORD, for his mercy endureth forever ; of those who bring offerings of thanksgiving to the house of the Lord; for I will bring back the captives of the earth as at the beginning, saith the Lord.
Verse 20: Thus saith the Lord, If thou canst make void my covenant with the day, and my covenant with the night, so that there is not day and night in their season,
Verse 21: My covenant with David my servant may also be made null and void, that I have no son to reign on his throne; as also with the Levites, priests, my ministers.
Verse 22: As the host of heaven cannot be numbered, nor the sand of the sea measured, so will I multiply the seed of David my servant, and the Levites that minister before me.
Verse 25: Thus saith the Lord, Unless my covenant with the day and with the night abide, and I do not put the ordinances of heaven and earth,
Verse 26: I will also reject the seed of Jacob, and of David my servant, lest I take from his seed those who rule over the seed of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; for I will remove their captivity, and I will pity them.
Verse 2: Thus saith the LORD: He that remains in this city shall die by the sword, by the famine, and by the pestilence; but he who goes out to the Chaldeans will live; for his soul shall be his spoil, and he shall live.
Verse 3: Thus saith the LORD: This city shall infallibly be delivered into the hand of the army of the king of Babylon, and he shall take it.
Verse 30: Thus saith the LORD: Behold, I will give Pharaoh-Hophra king of Egypt into the hand of his enemies, and into the hand of them that seek his death; how I delivered Zedekiah king of Judah into the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, his enemy, and who sought his death.
Verse 2: Thus saith the LORD: Behold, the waters of the north rise, and shall become an overflowing stream, and shall overflow the land, and its fullness, the city, and those who dwell therein; and men will cry out, and all the inhabitants of the land will mourn;
Verse 1: Thus saith the LORD; Behold, I will raise up a destructive wind against Babylon, and against them that dwell among them that rise up against me.
Verse 2: And I will send waders against Babylon, who shall wade her, and evict her land; for they will come against her round about in the day of calamity.
Verse 5: Thus saith the Lord GOD: This is Jerusalem; I have placed her in the midst of the nations and the lands that are around her.
Verse 6: But she changed my judgments more than the nations, and my statutes more than the lands that are round about her, ungodly; because they rejected my judgments and my statutes, and walked not in them.
Verse 7: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD: Because ye have multiplied more than the nations that are round about you, and walked not in my statutes, neither kept my judgments, nor acted according to the judgments of the nations that are round about, of you;
Verse 8: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD: Behold, I, even I, am against thee; and I will execute judgments in your midst in the eyes of the nations.
Verse 9: And I will do in you that which I have never done, and that which I will never do, because of all your abominations.
Verse 11: Thus saith the Lord GOD: Beat with your hand, and stamp with your foot, and say, Ah! For all the great abominations of the house of Israel! For they will fall by the sword, and by famine, and by pestilence.
Verse 5: Thus saith the Lord GOD: An evil, behold, one evil cometh.
Verse 6: The end is coming, the end is coming, he woke up against you; behold, it comes.
Verse 7: The morning cometh to thee, O inhabitant of the earth. The time comes; come is the day of trouble, and no longer the sound of joy of the mountains.
Verse 8: Now I will quickly pour out my fury on you, and I will fulfill my anger against you, and I will judge you according to your ways, and I will put all your abominations upon you.
Verse 9: And mine eye shall not spare thee, neither will I have pity on thee; according to thy ways, so will I punish thee, and thy abominations shall be in the midst of thee; and ye shall know that I, the Lord, hurt.
Verse 7: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD: Thy dead who lay in the midst of her, these are the flesh, and she is the cauldron; but I will bring you out of her midst.
Verse 8: Ye feared the sword, and the sword I will bring upon you, saith the Lord GOD.
Verse 3: Thus saith the Lord GOD: Woe to the foolish prophets, who follow their own spirit and have seen nothing!
Verse 4: Thy prophets, O Israel, are like foxes in the wilderness.
Verse 5: You have not gone up into the breaches, nor have you repaired the wall for the house of
Israel, to stand firm in the battle in the day of the Lord.
Verse 6: Those who say, The LORD hath spoken; when the Lord did not send them; and make you wait for the fulfillment of the word.
Verse 7: Have ye not seen the vision of vanity, and spake not lying divination, when ye said, The LORD saith, since I have not spoken such?
Verse 8: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD: As ye have spoken vanity, and seen a lie, therefore, behold, I am against you, saith the Lord GOD.
Verse 9: And mine hand shall be against the prophets who see vanity and who divine a lie; they shall not be in the congregation of my people, neither shall they be written in the records of the house of Israel, nor enter the land of Israel; and ye shall know that I am the Lord GOD.
Verse 10: For, yea, because they are deceiving my people, saying, Peace, when there is no peace; and when one builds a wall, behold, others cover it with untempered mortar;
Verse 11: Tell those who cover it with untempered mortar that it will fall. There will be a great shower of rain, and you, O great hailstones, will fall, and a tempestuous wind will split it.
Verse 12: Now, behold, the wall falling down, they shall not say unto you, Where is the mortar with which ye have covered it?
Verse 13: Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD; I will slit it in my fury with a stormy wind, and there shall be rain in my wrath, and great hailstones in my wrath to consume it.
Verse 14: And I will break down the wall which ye have covered with untempered mortar, and I will give it to the ground, and its foundation shall be uncovered; so shall it fall, and ye shall perish in the midst of it, and ye shall know that I am the Lord.
Verse 22: Thus saith the Lord GOD: I will also take a shoot from the top of the cedar, and will plant it; I will cut the tenderest of the tenderest of your shoots, and plant it on a high and sublime mound.
Verse 23: In the high mountain of Israel I will plant it, and it shall bear branches, and bear fruit, and it shall be made a fine cedar; and birds of all feathers shall dwell under him, in the shade of his branches shall they dwell.
Verse 24: So shall all the trees of the field know that I, the LORD, have cut down the tall tree, raised the low tree, dried up the green tree, and made the dry tree green; I the Lord said it, and I did it.
Verse 26: Thus saith the Lord GOD: Take off the diadem, and remove the crown; this will not be the same; exalt the humble, and humble the haughty.
Verse 23: Thus saith the Lord GOD: Thou shalt drink thy sister’s cup, deep and wide; thou shalt serve for laughter and mockery; because it fits a lot.
Verse 24: You will be filled with drunkenness and pain; your sister Samaria’s cup is a cup of wonder and desolation.
Verse 25: And thou shalt drink it, and exhaust it, and gnaw at its shards, and pluck out thy breasts; because I have spoken it, says the Lord GOD.
Verse 8: Thus saith the Lord GOD: Because Moab and Seir say, Behold, the house of Judah is like all the heathen;
Verse 9: Therefore, behold, I will open up the side of Moab from the cities, from the cities thereof on the border, the glory of the land, Beth-jesimoth, Baal-meon, and Kiryathaim.
Verse 11: And to those from the east, against the children of Ammon, I will deliver him into a possession, that the children of Ammon may not be remembered among the nations.
Verse 12: I will also execute judgments upon Moab, and they shall know that I am the LORD.
Verse 25: Thus saith the Lord GOD: When I gather the house of Israel from among the peoples among which they are scattered, and I sanctify myself among them in the sight of the Gentiles, then they shall dwell in their land which I gave to my servant a Jacob.
Verse 26: And they shall dwell in it securely, and build houses, and plant vineyards, and dwell securely, when I execute judgments against all that are round about them and that despise them; and they will know that I am the Lord their God.
Verse 6: Thus saith the LORD, They that uphold Egypt shall also fall, and the pride of their power shall descend; from the tower of Syene they will fall there by the sword, says the Lord GOD.
Verse 7: And they shall be desolate in the midst of the desolate lands; and their cities will be in the midst of desert cities.
Verse 8: And they shall know that I am the LORD, when I set fire to Egypt, and all who helped him are destroyed.
Verse 9: In that day messengers shall go forth from before me in ships, to drive away careless Ethiopia; and there shall be great pains in them, as in the day of Egypt; for, behold, it cometh.
Verse 10: Thus saith the Lord GOD; I will therefore cause the multitude of Egypt to cease by the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon.
Verse 11: He and his people with him, the most dreadful of the nations, shall be taken away to destroy the earth; and they will draw out their swords against Egypt, and they will fill the land with the slain.
Verse 12: And I will dry up the rivers, and sell the land, and give it into the hand of the wicked, and make the land desolate, and its fullness, by the hand of foreigners; I the Lord said it.
Verse 13: Thus saith the Lord GOD: I will also destroy the
idols, and I will cause the images of Noph to cease; and there will no longer be a prince in the land of Egypt; and I will put fear in the land of Egypt.
Verse 15: Thus saith the Lord GOD: In the day that he went down to hell I caused it to be mourning; I made the abyss cover for his sake, and I held back its currents, and the many waters were stopped; and I covered Lebanon with black because of him, and all the trees in the field because of him fainted.
Verse 3: Thus saith the Lord GOD: Therefore I will spread my net over thee, with a gathering of many peoples, and they shall cause thee to come up in my net.
Verse 10: Thus saith the Lord GOD: Behold, I am against the shepherds; out of their hands will I demand my sheep, and they shall no longer feed the sheep; shepherds will no longer feed themselves; and I will deliver my sheep out of his mouth, and they will no longer be their pasture.
Verse 11: For thus saith the Lord GOD: Behold, I myself will seek for my sheep, and will seek them.
Verse 4: And the LORD said unto him, Call his name Jezreel; for in a little while I will visit the blood of Jezreel upon the house of Jehu, and will cause the kingdom of the house of Israel to end.
Verse 5: And in that day I will break the bow of Israel in the valley of Jezreel.
Verse 6: And she conceived again, and bare a daughter. And God said, Call his name Lo-Ruama; for I will no longer have pity on the house of Israel, but I will take everything from them.
Verse 3: Thus saith the LORD: For three transgressions of Damascus, and for four, I will not take away the punishment, because they trod Gilead with iron rails.
Verse 4: Therefore will I set fire to the house of Hazael, and he shall consume the palaces of Ben-hadad.
Verse 5: And I will break the bar of Damascus, and cut off the inhabitant of the valley of Aven, and him that hath the scepter of Beth Eden; and the people of Syria will be taken captive to Kir, saith the Lord.
Verse 6: Thus saith the Lord: For three transgressions out of Gaza, and for four, I will not take away the punishment, because they took captive all the captives, to deliver them to Edom.
Verse 7: Therefore I will set the wall of Gaza on fire, and it shall consume his palaces.
Verse 8: And I will cut off the inhabitant of Ashdod, and him that hath the scepter of Ashkelon, and will turn mine hand against Ekron; and the remnant of the Philistines shall perish, saith the Lord GOD.
Verse 9: Thus saith the Lord: For three transgressions of Tyre, and for four, I will not take away the punishment, for they have delivered all the captives to Edom, and have not remembered the covenant of the brethren.
Verse 10: Therefore I will set fire to the wall of Tyre, and it shall consume his palaces.
Verse 11: Thus saith the LORD: For three transgressions of Edom, and for four, I will not withdraw the punishment, for he hath pursued his brother with the sword, and hath destroyed his mercies; and his wrath shattered forever, and he kept his wrath forever.
Verse 12: Therefore I will set Teman on fire, and it shall consume the palaces of Bozra.
Verse 13: Thus saith the LORD: For three transgressions of the children of Ammon, and for four, I will not take away the punishment, because they split open the wombs of the pregnant women of Gilead, to enlarge their borders.
Verse 14: Therefore will I set the wall of Rabbah on fire, and he shall consume his palaces, with a shout in the day of battle, with a storm in the day of the storm.
Verse 15: And her king shall go into captivity, he and his princes together, saith the LORD.
Verse 1: Thus saith the LORD; For three transgressions of Moab, and for four, I will not take away the punishment, for he burnt the bones of the king of Edom, even turning them into lime.
Verse 2: Therefore will I set fire to Moab, and it shall consume the palaces of Cherioth; and Moab will die with a great bang, with a shout, with the sound of a trumpet.
Verse 3: And I will cut off the judge from among him, and will kill all his princes with him, saith the LORD.
Verse 4: Thus saith the LORD: For three transgressions of Judah, and for four, I will not take away the punishment, because they rejected the law of the LORD, and kept his statutes not, but were deceived by their own lies, after which they walked your parents.
Verse 5: Therefore will I set fire to Judah, and it shall consume the palaces of Jerusalem.
Verse 6: Thus saith the Lord: For three transgressions of Israel, and for four, I will not take away the punishment, for they sell the righteous for money, and the needy for a pair of shoes,
Verse 7: Sighing for the dust of the earth on the heads of the poor, they pervert the way of the meek; and a man and his father enter the same girl, to profane my holy name.
Verse 8: And they lie down by any altar on garments that they have made, and in the house of their gods they drink the wine of those who had fined them.
Verse 9: Yet I destroyed the Amorite before him, whose height was like the height of the cedars, and which was strong like the oaks; but I destroyed its fruit above, and its roots below.
Verse 10: I also brought you up out of the land of Egypt, and guided you in the wilderness for forty years, that
were the land of the Amorite.
Verse 11: And I raised up prophets from among your children, and from among your young Nazirites. Isn’t that so, children of Israel? says the Lord.
Verse 12: Thus saith the Lord: As the shepherd delivers the two legs, or a piece of the ear, out of the lion’s mouth, so shall the children of Israel that dwell in Samaria, in the corner of the bed, and in the apricot of the bed, be delivered.
Verse 3: For thus saith the Lord GOD: The city out of which a thousand go forth shall keep a hundred, and that from which a hundred go out will keep ten, for the house of Israel.
Verse 4: For thus saith the LORD to the house of Israel, Seek me, and live.
Verse 1: And the word of the LORD came to Jonah the son of Amittai, saying,
Verse 2: Arise, go to the great city of Nineveh, and cry out against it, for their wickedness has come up before me.
Verse 1: And the word of the LORD came to Jonah the second time, saying,
Verse 2: Arise, go to the great city of Nineveh, and preach against it the message which I tell you.
Verse 4: And the Lord said, Dost thou well that thou shalt go thus?
Verse 9: And God said to Jonah, It is right for you to be angry because of the gourd.
Verse 10: And the Lord said, Thou hast had pity on the gourd, in which thou hast not labored, nor made it grow, which was born in one night, and in one night it perished;
Verse 11: And shall I not have pity on the great city of Nineveh, in which are more than a hundred and twenty thousand men, who cannot discern between their right hand and their left hand, and also many beasts?
Verse 3: Therefore thus saith the Lord: Behold, I plan an evil against this family, from which ye shall not remove your necks, and ye shall not walk so haughty, for the time shall be evil.
Verse 12: Thus saith the Lord: However sure they are, and however many they are, yet they shall be cut off, and he shall pass away; I afflicted you, but I will afflict you no more.
Verse 13: But now I will break his yoke from off you, and I will break your snares.
Verse 2: But the LORD said unto Satan, The LORD rebuke thee, O Satan, even the LORD, who chose Jerusalem, rebuke thee; isn’t this a brand from the fire?
Verse 3: Thus saith the LORD, I will return to Zion, and dwell in the midst of Jerusalem; and Jerusalem shall be called the city of truth, and the mountain of the Lord of hosts the holy mountain.
Verse 15: And the Lord said unto me, Take for yourself the instrument of a foolish shepherd.
Verse 16: For, behold, I will raise up a shepherd in the earth, who will not care for them that are perishing, neither will he seek the little one, nor heal the wound, nor feed the healthy; but he will eat the flesh of the fat woman, and will break her nails.
Verse 17: Woe to the useless shepherd, who forsakes the flock! The sword will fall on your arm and on your right eye; and his arm will completely dry up, and his right eye will completely darken.
Verse 6: And God spake thus, That her seed should be sojourners in a foreign land, and they would subject her to slavery, and mistreat her for four hundred years.
Verse 7: And I will judge the nation that has enslaved them.
Verse 33: And the LORD said unto him, Take off the shoes of thy feet, for the place where thou art is holy ground.
Verse 34: I have seen carefully the affliction of my people that are in Egypt, and I have heard their groaning, and I have gone down to deliver them. Now therefore come, and I will send thee to Egypt.
Verse 11: And the LORD said unto him, Arise, go into the street called Straight, and inquire in the house of Judas for a man of Tarsus named Saul; for behold, he is praying;
But the Lord said to him, Go, for this is a chosen vessel for me, to bear my name before the Gentiles, and the kings, and the children of Israel.
And I will show you how much you must suffer for my name.
Verse 9: And the Lord said in a vision to Paul, Fear not, but speak, and be not silent;
Verse 10: For I am with you, and no one will lay hold of you to harm you, for I have many people in this city.
Verse 11: The Lord said, Paul, be of good cheer; for, as you testified of me in Jerusalem, so it is important that you testify also in Rome.