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Old Testament Revision 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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they are accounted fools, shall not err, <​therin.​>
Isaiah, Chapter 36
XXXVI Chapt
Verse 5 I say, Thy words are but vain, when thou sayest, I have councel and strength for war. Now, on whom dost thou trust that thou rebellest against me?
Isaiah, Chapter 37
XXXVII
17 Verse he——
32— For out of Jerusalem shall go forth a remnant, and they that escape out of Jerusalem shall come up upon mount Zion, the zeal of the Lord <​of hosts​> shall do this.
36 who were left
Isaiah, Chapter 38
XXXVIII <​Chapter of Isaiah——​>
Verse 16 O Lord by th 15 What shall I say? he <​He​> hath both spoken unto me, and himself hath healed me. I shall go softly all my years, and not so that I may not walk in the bitterness of my soul.
16 O Lord, thou who art the life of my spirit, in whom I live; so wilt thou recover me, and make me to Live; and in all these things I will praise thee.
17 Behold, I had great bitterness instead of peace, but thou hast in love to my soul, saved me from the pit of corruption; for thou hast cast all my sins behind thy back.
Isaiah, Chapter 42
XLII
19 verse— For I will send my servant unto you, who are blind; yea, a messenger to open the eyes of the blind, and unstop the ears of the deaf; and they shall be— made perfect, notwithstanding their blindness, if they will hearken unto the messenger, the Lords servant. Thou art a people seeing many things but thou observest not; opening the ears to to hear, but thou hearest not. The Lord is not well pleased with such a people, but for his righteousness sake he will magnify the Law, and make it honorable. Thou art a people robbed and Spoiled; thine enemies, all of them, have snared thee in holes, and they have hid thee in prision houses; they have taken thee for a prey, and none delivereth; for a Spoil, and none [p. 107]
they are accounted fools, shall not err, therin.
Isaiah, Chapter 36
XXXVI Chapt
Verse 5 I say, Thy words are but vain, when thou sayest, I have councel and strength for war. Now, on whom dost thou trust that thou rebellest against me?
Isaiah, Chapter 37
XXXVII
17 Verse he——
32— For out of Jerusalem shall go forth a remnant, and they that escape out of Jerusalem shall come up upon mount Zion, the zeal of the Lord of hosts shall do this.
36 who were left
Isaiah, Chapter 38
XXXVIII Chapter of Isaiah——
Verse 15 What shall I say? He hath both spoken unto me, and himself hath healed me. I shall go softly all my years, that I may not walk in the bitterness of my soul.
16 O Lord, thou who art the life of my spirit, in whom I live; so wilt thou recover me, and make me to Live; and in all these things I will praise thee.
17 Behold, I had great bitterness instead of peace, but thou hast in love to my soul, saved me from the pit of corruption; for thou hast cast all my sins behind thy back.
Isaiah, Chapter 42
XLII
19 verse— For I will send my servant unto you, who are blind; yea, a messenger to open the eyes of the blind, and unstop the ears of the deaf; and they shall be— made perfect, notwithstanding their blindness, if they will hearken unto the messenger, the Lords servant. Thou art a people seeing many things but thou observest not; opening the ears to hear, but thou hearest not. The Lord is not well pleased with such a people, but for his righteousness sake he will magnify the Law, and make it honorable. Thou art a people robbed and Spoiled; thine enemies, all of them, have snared thee in holes, and they have hid thee in prision houses; they have taken thee for a prey, and none delivereth; for a Spoil, and none [p. 107]
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