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Old Testament Revision 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Job, Chapter 36
XXXVII Do— Correct——
Job, Chapter 37
XXXVII Do— Correct——
Job, Chapter 38
XXXVIII Do— Correct——
Job, Chapter 39
XXXIX <​Do​>
Job, Chapter 40
XL, Correct
Job, Chapter 41
XL, Correct XLI Correct
Job, Chapter 42
XLII Correct
XL
Psalms 1–9
T The Book of Pslams
Chapter Ith. all Correct to the tenth
Psalm 10
Chapter— Xth Chapter 6th Verse
For he hath Said in his heart, I Shall not be moved; never in adversity,——
7th Verse his mouth is full of cursing, and deceit; and his <​heart is​> full of fraud, and under his tounge, mischief and vanity.
X 10th Verse he Croucheth to the Strong ones; and humbleth himself, that the poor my <​may​> <​fall​> by them his devices.
13th Verse The wicked contemn God; wherefore he doth Say in his heart, thou wilt not require iniquity at my hand.
14th Verse Oh Lord, thou hast Seen all this, for thou beholdest mischief and <​Spite,​> to requite it with thy hand. The poor Commiteth himself unto thee; thou art the helper of the Fatherless
15th verse Oh Lord, thou wilt <​break​> the arm of the wick wicked, and of the evil; and Seek out his wickedness untill thou find none that remain,
16th And the Lord Shall be King forever and ever over his people; for the wicked Shall perish out of his land
Psalms 11–13
Chapter XIth
1 Verse In that day thou shalt come, o Lord; and I will put my trust in thee, Thou shalt say unto thy people, for my ear thath heard thy voice; thou shalt say unto evry soul, Flee unto my mountain, and the righteous shall flee like a bird that is let go from the snare of the fowler. [p. 83]
Job, Chapter 36
XXXVI Do— Correct——
Job, Chapter 37
XXXVII Do— Correct——
Job, Chapter 38
XXXVIII Do— Correct——
Job, Chapter 39
XXXIX Do
Job, Chapter 40
XL, Correct
Job, Chapter 41
XLI Correct
Job, Chapter 42
XLII Correct
Psalms 1–9
The Book of Pslams
Chapter Ith. all Correct to the tenth
Psalm 10
Chapter— Xth Chapter 6th Verse
For he hath Said in his heart, I Shall not be moved; never in adversity,——
7th Verse his mouth is full of cursing, and deceit; and his heart is full of fraud, and under his tounge, mischief and vanity.
10th Verse he Croucheth to the Strong ones; and humbleth himself, that the poor may fall by his devices.
13th Verse The wicked contemn God; wherefore he doth Say in his heart, thou wilt not require iniquity at my hand.
14th Verse Oh Lord, thou hast Seen all this, for thou beholdest mischief and Spite, to requite with thy hand. The poor Commiteth himself unto thee; thou art the helper of the Fatherless
15th verse Oh Lord, thou wilt break the arm of the wicked, and of the evil; and Seek out his wickedness untill thou find none that remain,
16th And the Lord Shall be King forever and ever over his people; for the wicked Shall perish out of his land
Psalms 11–13
Chapter XIth
1 Verse In that day thou shalt come, o Lord; and I will put my trust in thee, Thou shalt say unto thy people, for my ear thath heard thy voice; thou shalt say unto evry soul, Flee unto my mountain, and the righteous shall flee like a bird that is let go from the snare of the fowler. [p. 83]
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