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Exod. 1. 70
$2Before - judgment. 44 Her fin, matching, her mos the. like things shall not come, neither shall befożć (Chritt
ther, and exceeding her sisters Sodom and it be se.
Chritt si 594 cy is promised her in the end.
my gold and of my silver, which I had given 594.
men; and didit commit whoredom with
18 Àná tookesi thy
thy broidered garments 3 And say, Thus faith the Lord God un- and coveredAt them: and thou hast fet mine • Mebs cutting to Jerusalem, Thy.* birth, and thy nativi- oyl and mine incense before them.,
ty is of the land of Canaan," thy father was 19 My meat also which I gave thee, fine ll Chap 11. 3
Amorite, and thy mother an Hittite. four;, and oyl; and hony; wherewith'I fed | Hol. 2. 36 4 And as for thy nativity in the day thee, thou hast even set it before them for
thou was born, thy navel was not cut, nei- } a sweet favour: and thus it was, saith the Hebra javiti | 0s, when I ther wast thou washed in water † to supple Lord GOD.
thee: thou waft not falted at all, nor swad- 20 . Moreover, thou hast taken thị lons 2 Kings 16.3 dled at all.
and thy daughters, whom thou haft born un- ifa, 57. 5.
doms à small matter;
the fire them to cause them to pass through
unto thee wheri thou wast in thy blood, Live: whoredoms thou hast not remembred the
I said unto thee when thou wast in thy days of thy k youth, when thou waft Hof it be blood, Live.
naked and bare, and wast polluted in thy Ź
d'I have * caused thee to multiply as blood.
the bad of the field, and thou hast increased 23 And it came to pass after all thy wickHebe ornament and waxen great, and thou art come to t ex edness (wo, wo unto thee, saith the Lord
cellent ornaments: thy breasts are fashioned; God)
That I thou hast also built unto thee an 'terra naked and bare.
† eminent place, and haft made thee an tör, broshits 8 Now when I passed by thee, and look high place in every street.
m Ila. 57: 5,7! ed upon thee, behold, thy time was the time 25 Thou hast built thy high place at every Jea" Rathự so so of love, and I spread my skirt over thee, head of the way, and hast made thy beauty
and covered thy nakedness: yea, I sware to be abhorred, and hast opened thy feet to
26 Thou hast also committed fornication 9. Then washed I thee with water: yea, I with the Egyptians thy neighbours, " great. Chap. . to Hebo bloods. throughly washed away thy # blood from of flesh, and haft increased thy whoredoms, 20. thee, and I anointed thee with oyl.
to provoke me to anger, IÓ I clothed thee also with broidered 27 Behold therefore, I have stretched out work, and hod thee with badgers skin, and my hand over thee, and have diminished I girded thee about with fine linen, and I thine ordinary food, and delivered thee unto covered thee with filk. the will of them that hate thee, the # vecht
. ii I decked thee also with ornaments, daughters of the Philistines; which are a Or, cities. Gen. 24. 12, and I f put bracelets upon thine hands, and shamed of thy lewd way. a chain on thy neck.
28 P Thou haft played the whore also p e Rings vés 12 And I puta jewel on thy * forehead, with the Assyrians, because thou waft unsa y cho Chap-33.17. and ear-rings in thine ears, and a beautiful tiable: yea, thou hast played the harlot with Jer. 2. 15, 36
Chap. 23. ads crown upon thine head.
them, and yet couldīt not be satisfied.
Lotd God, seeing thou doft all these things,
thine high place in every street, and hast not ? Ver. 34, % is & But thou didst trust in thine own been as an harlot (in that thou fcorneft s Isa. 1. 11. & beautý, and playedst the harlot because of hire) Jer . 2. 20. 8 thy renown, and pouredit out thy for- 32 But as a wife that cosmitteth adultes
nications on every one that passed by ; his ty, which taketh ftrangers in stead of her
14. & 23, ist
2 Chr. 28.12
* Heb, nose. iee Ira. s. 21.
2 Chr. 28. 236
2 Kings 23. 1.
Chap 7 2. Hof, 2. si
• Matth. 10.19 & 11. 240
• Jer. 13. 23,
Levit. 20, 10.
ments of thing ornament.
2Before them that they may come unto thee on eve- 48 As I live, faith the Lord God, So- Before Chritt ry fide for thy whoredom.
dom thy sister hath not done, she nor her
women in thy whoredoms, whereas none daughters.
daughters, neither did the strengthen the
50 And they were haughty, and con-. Gen. il. 19
. te dy 37 Behold therefore, I will gather all which thou hast done.
thy loverswith whom thou hast taken plea- 52 Thou also which haft judged thy fisters,
. 23. 22, sure, and all them that thou hast loved, with bear thine own shame for thy sins that thou
gather them round about against thee, and they are more righteous than thou: yea,
shame, in that thou hast justified thy sie
h When I shall bring again their captio de verile ' judged, and I will give thee blood in fury vity, i the captivity of Sodom and her daugh: Jer. 20. ikh and jealousie.
ters, and the captivity of Samaria and her 39 And I will also give thee into their daughters, then will I bring again the : Ver. 24, 31. hand, and they shall throw down " thine e- captivity of thy captives in the midst of
minent place, and shall break down thy high them :
places: they shall strip thee also of thy clothes, 54 That thou mayst bear thine own shame,
hast done, in that thou art a comfort unto
stones, and thrust thee through with their daughters, shall return to their former estate,
and Samaria and her daughters shall return
41 And they shall y burn thine houses with to their former estate, then thou and thy fire, and execute judgments upon thee in the daughters Thall return to your former efight of many women: and I will cause thee state. to cease from playing the harlot, and thou $6 For thy fister Sodom was not * menti- Web: for also shalt give no hire any more.
oned by thy mouth in the day of thy ting 42 So will I make my fury towards thee pride: to rest, and my jealousie shall depart from 57 Before thy wickedness was discovered, thee, and I will be quiet, and will be no as at the time of thy k reproach of the daugh- a Kings more angry.
ters of Syria, and all that are round about Ila. 7. 1. & 14 43 Because thou hast not remembred the her, the daughters of the Philistines which "Heb. Arab,
days of thy youth, but hast fretted me in all despise thee round about.
recompente thy way upon thine head, saith thine abominations, faith the Lord.
halt despised the oath in breaking the covenant.
45 Thou art thy mothers daughter, that
P but not by thy covenant.
and her daughters that dwell at thy left hand: thee, and thou shalt know that I am the
47. Yet halt thou not walked after their founded, 9 and never open thy mouth any
ways, nor done, after their abominations: more because of thy shame, when I am paci-
Jer. 39. 1.& 52.
reperi, or, beat
| Heb. prides,
* Or, Spoile
&11. 21. &
and it her the
Chap: 4, za
& 32. 3.
Mic, d. 19
C H A P. XVII.
made him king, whose oath he despised, and Befoje thy Chrič Under the perable of two eagles and a vine; whose covenant he brake, even with him,
ir is shewed Gods judgment upon Jerusa- in the midit of Babylon he shall die. 1524
lem for revolting from Babylon to Egypt. 19 Neither ihall Pharaoh with his mighty 5940
the war i by casting up mounts, and building Jer. sz. &
18 Šeeing he despised the vath by breaking 2 Son of man, put forth a riddle, and the covenant (when lo, he had given his
speak a parable unto the house of Israel; hand) and hath done all these things, he shall
3 And say, Thus faith the Lord Gods A not escape.
great eagle with great wings, long-winged, 19 Therefore thus faith the Lord God nalf Alebo ombroide- full of feathers, which had * divers colours, As I live, surely mine oath that he hath deEne
came unto Lebanon, and a took the highest spised, and my covenant that he hath bro-
ken, even it will I recompense upon his own ns
4 He cropt off the top of his young twigs, head. and carried it into a land of traffick; he let 20 And I will k spread my net upon him, 'Chap. ii. ide it in a city of merchants.
and he thall be taken in my fnare, and I will 5 He took also of the feed of the land, bring him to Babylon, and will plead with | Heb. pws is ine and + planted it in a fruitful field, he placed him there for his trespass that he hath treffield of Seed, it by great waters, and set it as a willows passed against me.
21 And 'all his fugitives with all his bands 'Chap. ii, kung
22. Thus faith the Lord God, I will
23. m In the mountain of the height of - Ifi. 2. 1731 Heb. ficleta 8 It was planted in a good foil by great Israel will I plant it, and it shall bring forth Chap. 20. 40
waters, that it might bring forth branches, boughs, and bear fruit, and be a goodly cedar :
wing: in the fhadow of the branches thereof
ken and have done it.
CHA P. XVIII. •Chap19. 126
profperabfhall it not utterly wither, when i God reproveth the unjust parable of foure
with a just father, 10 with a wicked son
wicked father, 19 with a wicked mari Chap.!26 s. 12 Say now to the rebellious house, repenting, 24 with a just man revolting.
Know ye not what these things mean? tell 25 He defendeth his justice, 31 and exhor:
Ź What mean ye, that ye use this proverb 13 And hath taken of the kings feed, and concerning the land of Israel, saying, The & 2 Chri: 16.13. made a covenant with him, and hath'* ta: "fathers have eaten fowre grapes, and the jer. žiiša * *Meb, browgbe ken an oath of him: he hath also taken the childrens teeth are set on edges
L'am. s.78 mighty of the land:
3 As I live, faith the Lord God, ye fall 14
That the kingdom might be base, that not have occasion any more to use this pro4. Hebu to keep doing it might not lift it self up, t but that by verb in Ifrael
. covenant to stand
keeping of his covetant it might stand. 4 Behold, all fouls are mine, as the 594 15 But he rebelled against him in sending foul of the father, so also the foul of the : 2 Kings 24.201 his ambassadors into Egypt, that they might son is mine : the soul that finneth, it shall 6 Deut.19.16 give him horses, and much people: s'thall he die.
prosper ? shall he escape that doth such Šý But if a man be just, and do * that • Heb. Judzomething
6b And hath not eaten upon the mountains, chap. 22i o's a Jer. 32.5.&
16 As I live, faith the Lord God, surely neither hath lift up his eyes to the idols of Chap. 12. Ito be in the place where the king dwellerh that
Ek Hof, 13. 134
Gods justice in punishing. Ezekiel.
Gods ways equal
e Levic. 18. 20. & 20. 10.
Lerit. 18. 19. & 20. 18.
Tim, 2. 4 2 Pet. 3. .
3 3.12, 13
& 25. 14. fExod. 22. 26. Deut. 24. 12. & Deut. 15. 7. lla. 58. 7. Matth. 25. 35.
Lev. 25.36, 37.
23. 17, 20,
Ors breaker up
any of thescos
"Levit. 20.9. Chap . . Ads 18. 6.
Before the house of Israel, neither hath defiled his mitted, they shall not be mentioned unto him: Before Chrilt neighbours wife, neither hath come near to
in his righteousness that he hath doné, he, Chit a menftruous woman,
shall live. 594. 7 And hath note oppressed any, but hath 23 • Have I any pleasure at all that the $94.
restored to the debtor his pledge, hath wicked should die faith the Lord God se
spoiled none by violence, hath 8 given his and not that he should return from his ways • Exod. 22. 21. bread tọ the hungry, and hath covered the and live? Levit. 19. 15. naked with a garment,
24 But when the righteous turneth Chap. szake 8. He that hath not given forth upon " usu- away from his righteousness, and committeth ry, neither hath taken any increafe, that iniquity, and doth according to all the abo
hath withdrawn his hand from iniquity, hath minations that the wicked man doth, shall he * Exod. 22. 25. executed true judgment between man and live ? all his righteousness that he hath done
Thall not be mentioned: in his trespass that Deut. 23. 19. man,
9 Hath walked in my statutes, and hath he hath trespassed, and in his sin that he hath kept my judgments to deal truly; he is just, sinned, in them shall he die. he shall surely live, faith the Lord God. 25 Yet ye say, 'The way of the LORD PVC, 26. Chap
lo q If he beget a son that is a f robber, is not equal.' Hear now, o house of Israel, refore dark to a shedder of blood, and I that doth the like Is not my way equal ? are not your ways Lis brother befides to any one of these things,
quity, and dieth in them ; for his iniquity
from his wickedness that he hath com-
mitted, and doth that which is lawful and
That hath not eaten upon the moun- unequal tains, neither hath lift up his eyes to the idols 30 - Therefore I will judge you, O house 'Chap: 31.6 of the house of Israel, hath not defiled his of Israel, every one according to his ways, neighbours wife,
faith the Lord God:srepent, and turn #your #05, other 16 Neither hath oppressed any, thath not selves from all your transgressions ; so iniqui+ Heb. hath mot withholden the pledge, neither hath spoiled ty shall not be your ruin. permitaken to pledge by violence, but hath given his bread to the
31 Cast away from
you all your transhungry, and hath covered the naked with a gressions, whereby ye have transgressed, and garment,
make you a new heart, and a new spirit ; Chap. 11.15 17 That hath taken off his hand from the for why will ye die, O house of Israel poor, that hath not received usury nor in- 32 For "I have no pleasure in the death of "Lam, 30 130 crearé, hàth executed my judgments, hath him that dieth, faith the Lord God: where- spet ses walked in my statutes; he shall not die for fore turn * your felves, and live ye. the iniquity of his father, he shall surely
CHA P. XIX. live.
I A lamentation for the princes of Israel, 18 As for his father, because he cruelly under the parable of lions whelps taken in opprefied, spoiled his brother by violence, a pit, 10 and for Jerusalem, “under the and did that which is not good among his parable of a wasted vine.
Oreover, take thou up a
for the princes of Israel,
a it became a young lion, and it learned to "Ver. 6? 'Deut. 24. 16. : 20 The soul that sinneth, it shall die : 'the catch the prey, it devoured men. 3 Kings 14.6. fon Thall not bear the iniquity of the father, 4 The nations also heard of him, he was Jer. 3 t. 29, 30. neither shall the father bear the iniquity of taken in their pit, and they brought him with
the fon; the righteousness of the righteous chains unto the land of Egypt.
, 12 wicked shall be
and her hope was lost, then she took anoqChap 33.11.
21 But m if the wicked will turn from all ther of her whelps, and made him a young his sins that he hath committed, and keep lion. all my statutes, and do that which is lawful 6 And he went up and down among the Jer.22.13-1 and right, he shall surely live, he shall not lions, " he became a young lion, and learned • Ver, is die.
to catch the prey, and devoured men. 22 All his transgressions that he hath com
yse The story of Ifraels
rebellions in Egypt.
Or, their win "dows.
2 Kings 242.
12 Chr. 36.6. ittech Jer. 22. 18. :abo
lall be done
Ver. 14, 1zó
i that hath
s Chap. 17.6.
Lilettes. ORD" srael,
Ver. 13, 21.
. . si
& 26. oso
ly! Lam. 4. 20.
ohia 25efoze 7. And he knew * their desolate palaces, defile not your selves with the idols of Egypt : 25r fore ne, Chriit and he laid wate their citics, and the land
and he laid waste their cities, and the land I am the LORD your God.
was defolate, and the fulnets thereof by the 8 But they rebelled against me, and would Chritt 594 noise of his roring.
not hearken unto me: they did not every man 593 8 • Then the nations set against him cast away the abominations of their eyes, neion every fide from the provinces, and spread ther did they forsåke the idols of Egypt : their net over him : he was taken in their then I said, I will pour out my fury upon pit.
them, to accomplish my anger againit them 9 * And they put him in ward t in chains in the midst of the land of Egypt. fos, en hookbo and brought him to the king of Babylon ; 28 But I wrought for my names sake, that i See Exoá.
they brought him into holds, that his voice it should not be polluted before the heathen, Num. ... 16 Thould no more be heard upon the mountains among whom they were, in whose sight I Deut. 9. 28. of Israel.
my self known unto them, in bringing 10 Thy mother is 8 like a vine # in them forth out of the land of Egypt. neju, or, in shy thy blood, planted by the waters, she was to'q Wherefore I " caused them to go - Exod. 13.10.
fruitful and full of branches by reason of ma- forth out of the land of Egypt, and brought
them into the wilderness.
baths, to be a sign between me and them, & 30.11, & 12 But she was plucked up in fury, she that they might know that I am the LORD & 15. 2. chap: 17.16. was cast down to the ground, and the h east- that santifié them. 'th Hos. 13. 15.
wind dried up her fruit : her strong rods 13 Biit the house of Israel rebelled as
ed not in my statutes, and they despised my
live in them; and my fabbaths they greatly 1 Judg. 9.15.
14 · And fire is gone out of a rod of her 'polluted: then I said I would pour out my. 'Exod. 16. 17: i Chap. 19.18.
, which hath devoured her fruit, fo fury upon them in the TM wilderness to con- - Num. 1.390 , that she hath no strong rod to be a fceptre sume them. to rule : * this is a lamentation, and shall be 14 - But I wrought for my names fake, that • vet. 9, 22, for a lamentation.
it should not be polluted before the heathen, ys CHA P. XX.
in whose light I brought them out. I God refuseth to be consulted by the elders 15 Yet also • I lifted up my hand unto Num. 14.254 fe :
of Israel. 5 He sheweth the story of their them in the wilderniefs, that I would not
and walked not in iny ftatutcs, but polluted
in the fifth month, the tenth day of the idols.
end of them in the wilderness.
wilderness, Walk ye not in the statutes of
the elders of your fathers, neither observe their judgments; Ifrael, and say unto them, Thus faith the nor defile your selves with their idols. Lord God, Are ye code to enquire of me? 19 I am the LORD your God; walk in
as I live, faith the Lord God, I will not my statutes; and keep my judgments and do 59 Chap. 14. 3. be enquired of by you.
them : 4. Wilt thou * -judge them, son of man,
20 * And hallow my fabbaths; and they · Ver. in Chap. 221 2. Wilt thou judge them? cause them to know shall be a sign between me and you, that the abominations of their fathers :
ye may know that I airi the LORD your
known unto them in the land of Egypt, s which if a man do, he shall even live in . vec 11,157
faid I would pour out my fury upon them,
Thould not be polluted in the light of the 7 Then said I unto them, Caft je away heathen, in whose fight I brought them forth, every man the abominations of his eyes, and
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