Old Testament Revision 2

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Second Book
April 4th. 1831
<​Book of Geneses​>
Moses, Chapter 1
<​Genesis 1st Chapter​>
A Revelation, given to Joseph the Seer, June, 1830.
<​1/​> The words of God which he spake unto Moses, at a time when Moses was caught up into an exceeding high mountain, & he saw <​1​> God face to face, & he taked with him, & the glory of God was upon Moses <​him​>; therefore Moses <​he​> could endure his presence, <​/​> & God spake unto Moses, <​2nd/​> saying, Behold I I am God the Lord God Amighty, & endless is my name for I am without begining of days or end of years; & is this not endless. <​3/​> & Behold thou art my Son, Wherefore, look, & I will shew thee the workmanship of mine hands, but not all; for my works are without end, & also my words, for they never cease; wherefore, no man can Behold all my works except he behold all my Glory; & no man can behold all my glory, & afterwards remain in the flesh <​on the earth​>. <​/​> & I have a <​4/​> work for thee, Moses, my Son; & thou art in the similitude of <​to​> mine only begotten; & mine only begotten is & shall be <​the Savior​>, for he is full of grace & truth; but there is none other God beside me; & all things are present with me, for I know them all. <​/​> & now Behold <​5/​> this one thing I shew unto thee, Moses, my Son; for thou art in the World, & now I shew it thee. <​/​> And it came to pass, that <​6/​> Moses looked, & beheld the world upon which he was Created, & as Moses beheld the World & the ends thereof & all the Children of men which was <​are​> & which was <​were​> created, of the same he greatly marveled & wondered, & the presence of God withdrew from Moses, that his glory was not upon him Moses <​him​> & Moses was left unto himself & as he was left unto himself he fell unto the Earth. <​/​> And it came to pass <​7/​> that it was for the space of many hours before Moses <​he​> did again Receive his naturall strength like unto man & he saith <​said​> unto himself Now for this once I know that man is nothing which thing I never had supposed But now mine eyes mine own eyes <​have beheld God​> but not mine <​natural​> eyes <​but my spiritual​>, for mine <​natural​> eyes could not have beheld for I should have withered & died in his presence But his glory was upon me & I beheld his face for I was transfigered before him. <​/​> & <​And​> now it came <​to pass​> <​8/​> that when Moses had said these words B[e]hold satan came tempting him Saying Moses my Son of man worship me And it came to pass that <​but​> Moses <​lifted up his eyes and​> looked upon Moses Satan & saith <​said​> Who art thou for Behold I am a Son of God in the similitude of his only begotten & where is thy glory that I should worship thee for behold I could not look upon God except his glory should come upon me & I were <​was​> transfigered before him but I can look upon thee in the natural man! is if not is shurely blessed is <​be​> the name of my God [p. 1] For his spirit hath not altogether withdrawn from me. <​/​> or else <​I say​> where <​9/​> is thy glory for it is blackness unto me & I can Judge between thee & God for God said unto me, Worship God for him only shalt thou serve Get thee hence, Satan, deceive me not, for God said unto me Thou art after the similitude of mine only begotten. <​/​> & he <​10/​> also gave unto me commandment, when he called unto me out of the burning bush, Saying, call upon God, in the name of mine only begotten, & worship God <​me​>. <​/​> And again, Moses saith <​said,​> I <​11/​> will not cease to call upon God, I have other things to enquire of him for his glory has been upon me & it is glory unto me wherefore I can Judge betwixt <​between​> him & thee. Depart hence, Satan. <​/​> <​12/​> And now when Moses had said these words Satan cried with a loud voice & wrent upon the Earth, & commanded, saying, I am the only begotten, worship me. And it came to pass that Moses began to fear exceedingly, & as he began to fear, he saw the bitterness of Hell, Nevertheless, calling upon God he received strength & he commanded Saying, Depart hence, Satan, for this one God only will I worship, which is thee God of glory. <​/​> And now Satan <​13/​> began to tremble, & the Earth shook, & Moses received strength <​&​> called upon God saying in the name of Jesus Christ <​his Son of God saying to Satan​> depart hence. <​/​> Satan & it came to pass that Satan cried with a loud <​14/​> voice with weeping & wailing & gnashing of teeth, & departed hence <​yea​> from the presence of Moses that he beheld him not. <​/​> And <​15/​> now of this thing Moses bore record but because of wickedness it is not had among the Children of men. <​/​> And it came to pass <​16/​> that when Satan had departed from the presence of Moses he <​that Moses​> lifted up his eyes unto Heaven being filled with the Holy Ghost which beareth record of the Father & the son; & calling upon the name of God, he <​beheld​> again beheld his glory, for it was <​rested​> upon him & he heard a voice, saying, Blessed art thou Moses, for I, the almighty have chosen thee, And thou shalt be made stronger then the many Waters, for they shall obey thy command even as if thou wert God <​my commandments​>. <​/​> And lo I am with thee even unto the end of thy days <​17/​> for thou shalt deliver my people from bondage, even Israel my chosen. <​/​> And it came to pass, as the voice was still speaking, he <​18/​> cast his eyes & beheld the Earth yea even all all the face of it & there was not a particle of it which he did not behold, decerning it by the spirit of God. & he beheld also the Inhabitants thereof & there was not a soul which he beheld not, & he decerned them [p. 2] by the spirit of God, & their numbers were great, even as numberless as the sand upon the Sea shore. & he beheld many lands & each land was called Earth, & there were inhabitants on this <​the​> face thereof. <​/​> And it came to pass that Moses called upon God saying tell <​shew​> <​19/​> me I pray thee why these things are so & by what <​whom​> thou madest them & Behold, the glory of God was upon Moses so that moses stood in the presence of God & he talked with him face to face. <​/​> & the <​21 <​20​>/​> Lord God said unto Moses, For mine own purpose have I made these things, here is wisdom, & it remaineth in me, And by the word of my power, have I created them, which is mine only begotten Son, which is who is full of grace & truth. & <​And​> worlds with<​out​> number have I created, & I also created them for mine own purpose, & by the same I created them, which is mine only begotten, & <​And​> the first man of all men have I called Adam, which is many, but only an account of this Earth, & the inhabitants thereof give I unto you. For Behold, there are many Worlds which have passed away by the word of my power, & there are many also which now stand, & numberless are they unto man; but all things are numbered unto me. For they are mine & I know them. <​/​> And it came to pass that Moses spake unto the Lord <​22 <​21​>/​> saying, Be mercifull unto thy servent, O God, & tell me concerning this Earth & the inhabitants thereof & also the Heavens & then thy Servent will be content. <​/​> And the Lord God said <​spake​> unto <​23 <​22​>/​> Moses Saying <​of​> the Heavens <​saying​> there <​these​> are many, & they cannot be numbered unto man but they are numbered unto me for they are mine & as one Earth shall pass away & the Heavens thereof even so shall another come And there is no end to my works neither my words for Behold this is my work to <​and​> my glory to the <​bring to pass the​> immortality & eternal life of man. <​24/​> And now, Moses, my Son, I will speak unto <​24 <​23​>/​> you concerning this Earth upon which thou <​you​> standest, & thou <​you​> shalt <​shall​> write the things which I shalt <​shall​> speak. <​25/​> And in a day when <​25 <​24​>/​> the children of men shall esteem my words as naught, & take away many of them from the Book which thou <​you​> shalt <​shall​> write, Behold, I will raise up another like unto thee <​you,​> & they shall be had again among the Children of men, Among even as many as shall believe. <​25/​> These words words were spoken unto Moses in the Mo<​25/​>unt, the name of which shall not be known among the Children of men. & now they are also spoken unto you shew them not unto any except them that believe <​until I command you​> amen [p. 3]
Genesis, Chapter 1
The Book of Genesis Chapter first
<​1st/​> And it came to pass, that the Lord spake unto Moses, saying, Behold, I reveal unto you concerning this Heaven & this Earth; write the words which I speak, I am the begining & the end, the Almighty God. By mine only begotten I created these things. yea, in the begining I created the Heaven, & the Earth upon which thou standest. & the Earth was without form, & void. & <​And​> I caused darkness to come up upon the face of the deep. & my spirit mooved upon the face of the water; for I am God. <​/​> & I, God, said, Let there be light, & there was <​2/​> light. & I, God, saw the light, & that light was Good. & I, God, divided the light from the darkness. & I, God, called the light day, & the darkness I called night. & this I done <​did​> by the word of my power. & it was done as I spake. & the evening & the morning were the first day. <​/​> And again, I, God, said, Let there be a firmament in the midst <​3/​> of the water; & it was so, even as I spake. And I said, Let it divide the waters from the waters; & it was so done. & I, God, made the firmament, & divided the waters; yea the great waters, under the firmament, from the waters which were above the firmament; & it was so, even as I spake. & I, God, called the firmament Heaven. & the evening & the morning were the Second day. <​/​> And I, <​4/​> God, said, Let the waters under the Heaven be gethered together unto one place; & it was so. & I, God, said, Let there be dry Land, & it was so. & I, God, called the dry land Earth; & the gethering together of the waters called I the Sea<​s​>. & <​And​> I, God, saw that all things that I had made were good. & <​And​> I, God, said, Let the Earth bring forth grass; the herb yielding seed; the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind; & the tree yielding fruit, whose seed should be in itself, upon the Earth; & it was se, even as I spake. & the Earth brought forth grass; evry herb yielding seed after his kind; & the tree yielding fruit, whose seed should be in itself, after his kind. And I, God, saw that all things that <​which​> I had made were good. & the evening & the morning were the third day. <​/​> & I, God, said, Let <​there​> be lights <​5/​> in the firmaments of the Heaven, to divide the day from the night; & let them be for signs, & for seasons, & for days & for years; & let them be for lights in the firmaments of the Heaven, to give light upon the Earth; & it was so. & I, God, made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, & the leser light to rule the night; & the greater light was the sun, & the leser light was the moon. [p. 4] & nd the stars also was <​were​> made, even according to my word; & I, God, set them in the firmament of the Heaven, to give light upon the Earth. & the Sun to rule over the day, & the Moon to rule over the night, & to divide the right <​light​> from the darkness. & I God saw that all things which I had made were good. & the evening & the morning were the fourth day. <​/​> & I, God, said, Let the waters bring <​6/​> forth abundantly, the moveing creature that hath life, & fowl which may fly above the Earth, in the open firmament of Heaven. & I, God, created great whales; & evry living creature that moveth, which the water<​s​> brought forth abundantly, after their kind; & every winged fowl, after his kind; & I, God, saw that all things which I had created were good; & I, God, blessed them, saying, be fruitfull, & multiply, & fill the waters in the Seas, & let fowl multiply in the Earth; & the evening & the morning were the fifth day. <​/​> & I, God, said, Let the Earth bring forth the living <​7/​> creature, after his kind; cattle, & creeping things, <​& beasts of the Earth,​> after his <​their​> kinds; & it was so. & I, God, made the beasts of the Earth, after his <​th[e]ir​> kind; & cattle after their kind; & evry thing which creepeth upon the Earth after his kind. & I, God, saw that all these things were good. <​/​> & I, <​8/​> God, said, unto mine Only Begotten, which was with me from the begining, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness; & it was so. & I, God, said Let them have dominion over the fishes of the Sea, & over the fowl of the Air, & over the Cattle, & over all the Earth, & over evry creeping thing that creepeth upon the Earth. & I, God, created man in mine own image; in the image of mine Only Begotten created I him; male & female created I them. <​/​> & I, God, blessed them <​9/​> & I God said unto them, Be fruitful, & multiply, & replenish the Earth, & subdue it; & have dominion over it <​the​> fish of the Sea, & over the fowl of the Air, & over evry living thing that moveth upon the Earth. & I, God, said unto man, Behold I have <​given​> you evry herb bearing Seed, which is upon the face of all the Earth; & evry tree in thee which shall be the fruit of a tree, yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat. & to evry beast of the Earth, & to evry fowl of the Air, & to evry thing that creapeth upon the Earth, wherein I grant life, there shall be given evry clean herb for meat; & it was so, even as I spake. & I, God, saw evry thing that I had made, & Behold all things which I had made were very good [p. 5] And the evening & the morning were the sixth day. <​/​>
Genesis, Chapter 2
<​1/​> Thus the Heavens & the Earth were finished, & all the host of them. & on the Seventh day I God ended my work & all things which I had made & I rested on the Seventh day from all my work & all things which I had made were finished. & <​And​> I <​God​> saw that they were good. & <​And​> I, God, blessed the seventh day, & Sanctified it, because that in it I had rested from all my work which I <​God​> had created & made. <​/​> And now Behold I say <​2/​> unto you that these are the generations of the Heaven & of the Earth when they were created in the day that I the Lord God made the Heaven & the Earth & evry plant of the field before it was in the Earth & evry herb of the field before it grew, for I the lord God Created all things of which I have spoken Spiritually, before they were naturally upon the face of the Earth, For I the Lord God had not caused it to rain upon the face of the Earth. & I the Lord God had created all the Children of men & not yet a man to till the ground, for in Heaven created I them. And there was not yet flesh on upon the Earth neither in the water neither in the air but I the Lord God Spake & there went up a mist from the Earth & watered the whole face of the ground & I the Lord God formed, man from the dust of the ground & breathed into his noistrils the breath of life, & man became a living soul <​/​> the first flesh <​3/​> upon the Earth the first man also. <​/​> nevertheless all things were <​3/​> before created, but Spiritually were they created & made according to my word, & I the Lord God planted a Garden eastward in Eden & there I put the man whom I had fas formed. <​/​> <​4/​> And out of the ground made I the Lord God to grow every tree naturally that is pleasent to the sight of man & man could behold it & they <​it​> became also <​a​> living soul for it was spiritual in the day that I created it for it remaineth in the sphere <​in​> which I <​God​> created it in yea, even all things which I prepared for the use of man & man saw that it was good for food. <​/​> & I the Lord God placed <​planted​> the tree of life also in the midst <​5/​> of the garden & also the tree of knowledge of good & evil & <​I the Lord God caused​> a river went <​to go​> out of Eden to water the garden & from thence it was parted in <​&​> became in<​to​> four heads. <​/​> & I the Lord God <​6/​> called the name of the first Pison & it compasseth the whole land of Havillah where there were <​I the Lord​> created much gold & the [p. 6] Gold of that land was good & there was bdellium & the Onyx stone And the name of the Second River was called Ghihon the same was it that compasseth the whole land of Ethiophia And the name of the third River was Hiddekel that was it which goeth towards the East of Assyrria And the forth River was Euphrates. <​/​> & <​And​> I the Lord God took the man & put him into the <​7/​> Garden of Eden to dress it & to keep it & I the Lord God commanded the man saying, Of evry tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat, but of the tree of the knowledge of good & evil thou shalt not eat of it, nevertheless, thou mayest choose for thyself, for it is given unto thee. But remember, that I forbid it, for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt shurely die. <​/​> And I the Lord God said unto mine only Begotten that <​8/​> it was not good that <​the​> man should be alone Wherefore I will make an help meet for him. <​/​> & out of the ground I the Lord God formed <​9/​> evry beast of the field & evry fowl of the air & commanded that they should be brought <​come​> unto Adam to see what he would call them & they were also living souls & it was <​for I, God,​> breathed into them the breath of life & <​commanded that​> whatsoever Adam called evry living creature that was <​should​> <​be​> the name thereof. <​/​> & Adam gave names to all cattle & to the fowl <​10/​> of the air & to evry beast of the field but <​as​> for Adam there was not found a<​n​> help meet for him. <​/​> & I, the Lord God, caus<​10 <​11​>/​>ed a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, & he slept, & I took one of his ribs & closed up the flesh in the stead thereof, & the rib which I, the Lord God had taken from man, made I a woman, & brought her unto the man. <​/​> & Adam said, This I know now is bone of <​11 <​12​>/​> my bones & flesh of my flesh, she shall be called woman, because she was taken out of man. <​/​> Therefore shall a man leave his father & <​13/​> mother & shall cleave unto his wife & they shall be one flesh. <​1/​> & they were both naked, the man & his wife, & were not ashamed. <​/​> And I the Lord God spake unto Moses saying, That Satan <​1/​> whom thou hast commanded in the name of mine only begotten is the same which was from the begining, & he came before me saying, Behold I, send me, I will be thy Son, & I will redeem all mankind, that one soul shall not be lost; & shurely, I will do it; <​/​> Wherefore, give me thine honour. <​/​> But, behold; my beloved <​2/​> Son, which was my beloved <​& chosen​> from the begining, saith <​said​> unto me; Father, thy will be done, & the glory be thine forever. <​/​> Wherefore, <​3/​> because that satan rebelled against me, & sought to destroy the [p. 7] Agency of man, which I, the Lord God, had given him; & also that I should give unto him mine own power; by the power of mine only begotten, I caused that he should be cast down, & he became Satan; yea, even the Devil, the father of all lies, to deceive, & to blind men, & to lead them captive at his will, even as many as would not hearken unto my voice. <​/​> & now <​4/​> the Serpent was more subtle then any beast of the field which I the Lord God had made & Satan put it into the heart of the serpent for he had drew away many after him; & he sought also to beguile Eve, for he knew not the mind of God; Wherefore, he sought to destroy the world, yea & he said unto the woman, yea, hath God said, ye shall not eat of evry tree of the garden. & he spake by the mouth of the Serpent <​*​> but, <​of the fruit​> of the tree which thou beholdest in the midst of the garden. God has <​hath​> said ye shall not eat of it neither shall ye touch it lest ye die <​And the serpent said unto the woman ye shall not surely die​> for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof then your eyes shall be opened & ye shall be as Gods knowing good & evil. <​/​> & when the woman <​5/​> saw that the tree was good for food, & that it became pleasant to the eyes, & a tree to be desired to make her wise, she took of the fruit thereof, & did eat; & gave also unto her husband with her, & he did eat; & the eyes of them both were opened, & they knew that they had been naked; & they sewed figg leaves together & made themselves aprons. <​/​> & they heard the voice of the <​6/​> Lord God, <​as he was <​as they were​>​> walking in the garden in the cool of the day & Adam & his wife hid <​went to hide​> themselves from the presence of I the Lord God amongst the trees of the garden & I the Lord God called unto Adam & said unto him Where goest thou & he said I heard thy voice in the garden & I was afraid because <​I beheld that​> I was naked & I hid myself. <​/​> & I the Lord God said unto Adam who told <​7/​> thee that thou wast naked hast thou eaten of the tree whereof I commanded thee that thou shouldest not eat if so thou should<​est​> shurely die & Adam <​the man​> said, the woman whom thou gavest me & saidest <​unto her​> remain with thee she gave me of the tree & I <​8/​> did eat. <​/​> & I, the Lord God, said unto the woman, what is <​8/​> this thing which thou hast done. & the woman said, the Serpent beguiled me, & I did eat. <​/​> & <​I​> the <​I​> Lord God said unto the <​9/​> serpent, because thou hast done this, thou shalt be cursed above all cattle, & above evry beast of the field; upon thy [p. 8]
*And the woman said unto the Serpent, we may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden
Belly shalt thou go, & dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life; & I will put enmighty enmity between thee, & the woman; between thy seed & her seed, & <​he​> shall bruise thy head, & thou shalt bruise his heel. <​/​> unto the woman I <​the Lord God​> said I will greatly multiply thy <​10/​> sorrow, & thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt rule bring forth children, & thy desire shall be to thy husband, & he shall rule over thee. <​/​> & unto Adam, I, the Lord God, said; because thou <​11/​> hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife, & hast eaten of the tree which I commanded thee, saying; thou shalt not eat of it; cursed shall be the ground for thy sake; in sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy life; thorns also, & thistles shall it bring forth to thee; & thou shalt eat the herb of the field; in the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, untill thou shalt return unto the ground, for thou shalt shurely die for out of it wast thou taken, for dust thou wast, & unto dust shalt thou return. <​/​> & Adam called his wifes name Eve, because <​12/​> she was the mother of all living; for thus have I the Lord God called the first of all women, which are many. <​*/​> and <​And​> I, the <​13/​> Lord God, said, unto mine only begotten Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good & evil; & now lest he put forth his hand, & partake also of the tree of life, & eat, & live forever; therefore, I, the lord God, sent <​will send​> him forth from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from wence he was taken; for, as I, the Lord God, liveth, even so my word<​s​> cannot return void, for, as they go forth out of my mouth, they must be fulfilled. so I drove out the man, & I placed at the east of the garden of Eden, Cherubims & a flaming Sword, which turned evry way, to keep the way of the tree of life. (& these are the words which I spake unto my servent Moses & they are true even as I will & I have spoken them unto you see thou shew them unto no man untill I command you except they that believe amen)
Genesis, Chapter 4
Chapt. 2nd <​4th​>
A Revelation concerning Adam after he had been driven out of the garden of Eden
<​1/​> For <​And it came to pass that​> after that <​I, the Lord God,​> he was <​had been​> driven <​them​> out he <​that​> <​Adam​> began to till the Earth; & to have dominion over all the beasts of the field, & to eat his bread, by the sweat of the brow as <​I​> the lord had commanded him; & Eve also, his wife [p. 9]
*Unto Adam also, and hi <​to​> his wife, did <​I​> the I Lord God, make coats of Skin and chloathed them
Did labour with him. <​/​> & he <​Adam​> knew her <​his wife,​> & she bear unto him <​2/​> Sons & daughters, & they began to multiply, & to replenish the Earth, the earth & from that time forth, the the sons & daughters of Adam, began to divide two & two in the land, & to till the land, & to tend flocks, & they also begat sons & daughters. <​/​> <​3/​> & Adam called upon the name of the lord, & Eve also, his wife; & they heard the voice of the lord from the way towards the garden of Eden, speaking unto them, & they saw him not; for they were shut out from his presence; & he gave unto him commandment, that they should worship the Lord their God; & should offer the firstlings of their flocks for an offering unto the Lord. <​/​> & Adam was obedient unto the commandments <​4/​> of the Lord. & after many days, an Angel of the Lord appeared unto Adam, saying why dost thou offer Sacrifices unto the Lord? & Adam said unto the him, I know not, save the Lord commanded me. & then the Angel Sp[o]ke, saying, this thing is a similitude of the Sacrifice of the only begotten of the Father, which is full of grace & truth, Wherefore, thou shalt do all that thou doest, in the name of the Son. <​/​> & thou shalt repent, & call upon God, in the name of the Son, forever<​5/​>more. <​/​> And in that day, the Holy Ghost fell upon Adam, which <​5/​> beareth record of the Father & the Son Saying I am Jesus Christ <​the only begotten of the father​> from the begining hence forth & forever; that as thou hast fallen, thou mayest be redeemed, & all mankind, even as many as will. <​/​> & in that day, Adam blessed God & was filled <​6/​> <​with the Holy Ghost​> & began to prophecy concerning all the families of the Earth saying Blessed be the name of God, for <​because of​> my transgression for <​mine eyes are opened​> <​&​> in this life, I shall have Joy, & again, in the flesh, I shall see God. & eve, his wife heard all these things, & was Glad, saying were it not for our transgression we should never had seed, & should never had seed known good & evil & the Joy of our redemption & the eternal life which God giveth unto all the obedient. <​/​>
Genesis, Chapter 5
<​5 Chap​>
<​1​> And Adam & Eve blessed the name of God; & they made all things known unto their sons & their daughters. & satan came also among them saying I am also a Son of God; & he commanded them, saying, believe it not, & they believed it not; & loved Satan more then God. & men began from that time forth, to be carnal, sensual & devlish. <​/​> & the Lord God, called [p. 10] <​2/​> upon men, by the Holy Ghost, evry where, & commanded them, that they should repent, & as many as believed in the Son, & repented <​of their sins should be saved; & as many as believed not, & repented​> not, should be damned, & the words went forth out of the mouth of God, in a firm decree. <​/​> Wherefore, they must be ful<​3/​>filled. <​/​> & Adam ceased not to call upon God, & Eve also his <​3/​> wife. & Adam knew Eve, his wife, & she conceived & bear Cain, & said, I have gotten of <​a​> man from the Lord; Wherefore, he may not reject his words; but, behold, also Cain hearkened not, Saying, who is the Lord, that I should know him. <​/​> & she <​4/​> again conceived, & bear his brother, Abel. & Abel hearkened unto the voice of the Lord. & Abel was a keeper of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground. <​/​> & he <​Cain​> loved Satan more than God. <​5/​> & Satan commanded him, Saying, make an offering unto the Lord. And in process of time it came to pass that cain brought of the fruit of the ground, an offering of <​unto​> the Lord. & Abel he also brought of the firstlings of his flock & of the fat thereof; & the Lord had respect unto Abel, & unto his offering, but unto Cain, & to his offering, he had not respect. <​/​> now satan knew this, & it pleased him, & Cain <​6/​> was very wroth & his countenance fell. & the Lord said unto Cain, why art thou wroth? why is thy countienance fallen? if thou doest well thou shalt be accepted, & if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door, & Satan desireth to have thee, & except thou shalt hearken unto my commandments, I will deliver thee up; & it shall be unto thee according to his desire; & thou shalt rule over him for, from this time forth thou shalt be the father of his lies, thou shalt be called perdition, for thou wast also before the world, & it shall be said, in time to come, that these abominations were had from Cain; for he rejected the greater Council which was had from God. & this is a cursing which I will put upon thee, except thou repent. <​/​> & Cain was <​7/​> wroth, & listened not any more to the voice of the Lord, neither to Abel his Brother, who walked in Holiness before the Lord, & Adam also & his wife mourned before the Lord, bcause of cain & his brethren. <​/​> & it came <​8/​> to pass that cain took one of his brothers daughters to wife, & they loved Satan more than God. & Satan saith swear unto cain, swear unto me by thy throat; & if thou tell it thou shalt die; & swear thy brethren by their heads, & by the living God, that they tell it not, for, if they tell it not for if they tell it, they shall shurely die; & this that thy father may not know it; & this day I will deliver thy brother Abel, into thine hands, & Satan swear unto cain, that he would do [p. 11] according to his commands, & all these things were done in secret. <​/​> <​9/​> & cain saith, truly I am Mahan, the Master of this great seecret that I may murder & get gain; Wherefore Cain was called master Mahan. & he gloried in his wickedness. & cain went into the field & cain talked with Abel, his brother, & it came to pass that while they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel, his brother, & Slew him. & cain gloried in that which he had done, saying, I am free; shurely the flocks of my brother falleth into my hands. <​/​> And the Lord said unto cain, where is Abel, thy brother, & <​10/​> <​he said I​> know not, am I my brothers keeper? & he said, what hast thou done? the voice of thy brothers blood cries unto me from the ground, & now thou shalt be cursed from the Earth, which hath opened her mouth, to receive thy brothers blood, from thy hand. when thou tillest the ground, it shall not henceforth yield unto thee her strength; a fugitive, & a vagabond, shalt thou be in the Earth. <​/​> & cain said unto the Lord, Satan tempted me, <​11/​> because of my brothers flocks; & I was wroth also, for his offering thou didst accept <​exept​> <​accept,​> & not mine. my punishment is greater than I can bear! Behold, thou hast driven me out this day from the face of the Earth <​Lord​> & from thy face shall I be hid, & I shall be a fugitive, & a vagabond, in the Earth; & it shall come to pass, & evry one <​that he​> that findeth me will slay me, because of mine oath <​iniquities,​> for these things are not hid from the Lord. <​/​> & <​I​> the <​12/​> Lord Said unto him Therefore whosoever slayeth cain <​thee​> vengence shall be taken <​on him​> seven fold. & <​I​> the Lord set a mark upon Cain lest any finding him should kill him. <​/​> & <​&​> Cain went <​was shut​> out from <​of​> <​from​> <​from​> the <​13/​> presence of the Lord & his wife & many of his brethren & dwelt in the name <​land​> of the Lord Nod, on the east of Eden & Cain knew his wife, & she conceived & bear Enoch & he also begat many Sons & daughters & he builded a City & he called the name of the City after the name of his Son Enoch. <​/​> & unto <​13 <​14​>/​> Enoch was born Irad & other Sons & daughters & Irad begat Mahujael & other Sons & daughters & Mahujael begat Mathusael, & other Sons & daughters. & Mathusael begat Lamech & Lamech took unto himself two wives, the name of the one being Adah & the name of the other Zillah. <​/​> And Adah <​15/​> bear Jabal; he was the father of such as dwell in tents, & they were keepers of Cattle; & his Brothers name <​was​> Jubal who was the father of all such as handel the Harp & Organ. <​/​> [p. 12] <​16/​> And Gillah <​Zillah​>, she also bear Tubal Cain; an artificer instructor of evry artificeer in Brass, & Iron, & the Sister of Tubal Cain was called Naamah. <​/​> & Lamech said unto his wives, Adah & Zillah <​17/​> hear my voice, ye wives of Lamech; hearken unto my speach for I have slain a man to my wounding, & a young man to my hurt. If Cain shall be avenged seven fold, truly Lamech shall be seventy & seven fold. For, Lamech having entered into a covenant with Satan, after the manner of Cain wherein he became Master Mahan, Master of that great secret which was administered unto Cain, by Satan, & Irad, the Son of Enoch, having known their secret began to reveal it unto the sons of Adam; wherefore, Lamech being angery, slew him not like unto Cain, his brother Abel, for the sake of getting gain, but he slew him for the oaths sake; for, from the days of Cain, there was a Secret combination & their works were in the dark, & they knew evry man his brother. <​/​> <​18/​> Wherefore the Lord cursed Lamech & his house & all they that had covenanted with Satan for they kept not the commandm ents of God & <​And​> it displeased God & he ministered not unto them & their works were abominations & began to spread among all the Sons of men And it was among the Sons of men, And among the daughters of men these things were not spoken, Because that Lamech had spoken the Secret unto his wives & they Rebelled against him & declared these things abroad & had not compassion. <​/​>
Chapter third
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<​19/​> Wherefore Lamech was dispised, & cast out & came not among the Sons of men lest he should die & thus the works of darkness began to prevail among all the Sons of men & God cursed the Earth with the a sore curse & was angery with the wicked with all the sons of men whom he had made For they would not hearken unto his voice nor believe on his only begotten Son even him which <​whom​> he declared should come in the maridian of time. <​/​> which <​who​> was prepared from before the foundation of the <​20/​> World. <​/​> & thus the Gospel began to be Preached from the begining being declared by Holy Angels sent forth from the presence of God & by his own voice, & by the gift of the Holy Ghost. [p. 13] And thus all things were confirmed <​unto Adam by an holy ordinance​> & the Gospel Preached & a decree sent forth that it should be in the World untill the end thereof & thus it was amen.
Genesis, Chapter 6
C[h]apter third <​6th​>
the genealogy from Adam to Enoch & plan of salvation &c
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<​1​> And Adam hearkened unto the voice of God, & called uupon his Sons to repent. <​/​> And Adam knew his wife again, & she <​2/​> bear a Son, & he called his name Seth. & And Adam glorified the name of God, for he said, God hath appointed me another seed in stead of Abel whom Cain slew. & Aand God revealed himself unto Seth, & he rebelled not, But offered an acceptable sacrifice like unto his brother Abel. & to him also was born a Son, & he called his name Eanos. <​/​> And then began these <​3/​> men to call upon the name of the Lord; And the Lord blessed them; And a Book of rememberance was kept, in the which was recorded in the language of Adam. For it was given unto as many as called upon God, to write with <​by​> the finger <​spirit​> of insparation; And by them their children were taught to read & write, Having a language which was pure & undefiled. <​/​> <​4 <​1​>/​> Now this <​same which presthood which​> was in the begining, which shall be in the <​continue​> end of the world <​als​>. <​/​> Now this prophecy Adam spake, as he was <​5<​2​>/​> moved upon by the Holy Ghost. And a genealogy was kept of the Children of God And this was the Book of the generation of Adam, Saying, In the day that God created man (in the likeness of God created he him) in the image of his own body. Male & female created he them & blessed them & called their names Adam, in the day when they were created, & became living souls, in the land, upon the footstool of God. <​/​> And Adam lived <​3/​> one Hundred & thirty years, & begat a son, in his own likeness after his own imge <​image​>, & called his name seth. & the days of Adam after he had begotten Seth, were Eight hundred years. & he begat many Sons & daughters. & all the days that Adam lived were Nine hundred & thirty years; & he died. <​/​> Seth lived one <​4/​> hundred & five years, & begat Eanos; & prophecied in all his days, & taught (his son) Eanos in the ways of God. Wherefore Eanos prophecied also. & Seth lived, after he begat Eanos, eight hundred & seven years & begat many sons & daughters. <​/​> And the [p. 14] <​5​> Children of men were numerous upon all the face of the land, And in these days, Satan had great dominion among men, & raged in their hearts. And from thence forth came wars & blood sheds. And a mans hand was against his own brother in administering death, because of secret works seeking for power, & all the days of seth were nine hundred & twelve years & he died. <​/​> <​and Enos lived ninety years and begat Cainan​> & Eanos & the residue of the people of God, came out <​6/​> from the land which was called shulon, & dwelt in a land of Promise, which he called after his own Son, whom he had named Canaan <​Cainan​>. And Eanos lived, after he begat Canaan <​Cainan​> eight hundred & fifteen years, & begat many Sons & daughters. & all the day of Eanos were nine hundred & five years; & he died. <​/​> & thus it was <​7/​> Canaan <​Cainan​> lived seventy years, & begat Mahalaleel, & Canaan <​Cainan​> live after he begat Mahalaleel, eight hundred & forty years; & begat Sons & daughters. And all the days of Canaan <​Cainan​> were nine hundred & ten <​years​> & he died. <​/​> And Mahalaleel lived, sixty five years, & begat Jare <​8/​> Jared, & Mahalaleel lived after he begat Jared eight hundred & thirty years, & begat sons & daughters. & all the days of Mahalaleel were eight hundred & ninety five years; & he died. <​/​> And Jared lived one <​9/​> hundred <​&​> Sixty two years, & begat Enoch. & Jared lived after he begat Enoch eight hundred years & begat sons & daughters. & Jared taught Enoch in all the ways of God. & this is the genealogy of the sons of God <​Adam​> Which <​Who​> was the son of Adam <​God​> with whom God himself conversed. <​/​> And they were preachers of righteousness & <​10/​> spake, & prophecied, & called upon all men evry where to repent And faith was taught unto the children of men. And it came to pass that all the days of Jared, were nine hundred sixty <​&​> two years. & he died. <​/​> & Enoch lived Sixty & five years, & begat Mathusalah & it <​11/​> came to pass, that Enoch Journied in the land, among the people; & as he Journied, the spirit of God decended out of Heaven, & abode upon him; And he heard a voice from Heaven, saying, Enoch my Son, prophecy unto this people, & say unto them, repent, for thus saith the Lord, I am angery with this people, & my firce anger is kindeled against them; For their hearts have waxen <​waxed​> hard, & their ears are dull of hearing, & their eyes cannot see <​a​>far off; And for these many years generations, even since the day that I created them, have they gone astray, & have denied me, & have sought their own councils in the dark, And in their own abominations have they devised murder, & have not kept [p. 15] the commandments which I gave unto their father, Adam, Wherefore, they have foresworn themselves, & by their oaths, they have eat unto <​brought upon​> themselves death. And an Hell I have prepared for them, if they repent not; & this is a decree, which I have sent forth in the begining of the World, from mine own mouth, from the foundation thereof; & by the mouths of my Servents, thy Fathers, have I decreed it; even as it shall be sent forth into the world, unto the end thereof. <​/​> And when <​12/​> Enoch had heard these words, he bowed himself to the Earth, before the Lord; And spake before the Lord, Saying; why is it that I have found favour in thy Sight, And am but a a lad, & all the people hate me, for I am slow of speech: Wherefore am I thy Servent And the Lord said unto Enoch, go forth, & do as I have commanded thee, & no man shall pierce thee. Open thy mouth, & it shall be filled, & I will give <​thee​> utterance; for all flesh is in my hands, & I will a do as seemeth me good. Say unto this people, choose you <​ye​> this day a <​to serve the Lord​> God who made you. Behold, my spirit is upon you. Wherefore, all thy words will I Justify. And the Mountains shall flee before you, & the Rivers shall turn from their course; & thou shalt abide in me, & I in you; Therefore walk in with me. <​/​> And the Lord spake unto Enoch, & said unto <​13/​> him, anoint thine eyes with Clay, & wash them, & thou shalt see; & he did so. he And he beheld the spirits that God had created, & he beheld also things which were not visable to the natural eye, & from thencforth, came the saying abroad in the land, a seer, hath the Lord raised up unto his people. <​/​> And it came to pass, that Enoch went forth in the <​14/​> land, among the people, standing upon the hills, & the high places, & cried with a loud voice, testifying against their work, & all men were offended Because of him, & they came forth to hear him, upon the high places, saying unto the Tent keepers, tarry thou <​ye​> here, & keep the Tents, while we go yonder to Behold the Seer, for he prophesieth; & there is a strange thing in the land; a wild man is <​hath​> come among us. & it came to pass, when they heard him, no man laid <​their​> hands on him, for fear came on all them that heard him, for he walked walked with God. <​/​> & there came a man unto him whose <​15/​> name was Mahijah, & said unto him, tell us plainly, [p. 16] Who thou art, & from wence thou came? & he saith unto him <​them,​> I came out from the Land of Canaan, the land of my fathers, a land of righteousness unto this day; & my father taught me in all the ways of God. And it came to pass, as I Journied from the land of Canaan, by the Sea East, I beheld a vision; & lo, the Heavens, I saw. And the Lord spake unto <​with​> me, & gave me commandment; Wherefore, for this cause, to keep the commandment, I spake <​speak​> forth these words. <​/​> & Enoch continued his speech, saying, The Lord which <​16/​> spake with me, the same is the God of Heaven, & he is my God, & your God, & ye are my Brethren; And why council ye yourselves, & deny the God of Heaven. The Heavens that he made; the Earth is his footstool, & the foundation there of is his. Behold, he laid it, & hosts of men hath he broughht in upon the face thereof. & death hath come upon our Fathers; nevertheless, we know them, & cannot deny, And even the first of all men we know, even Adam; for a Book of rememberance we have written among us, according to the pattern given by the finger of God; & it is given in our own language. <​/​> And as Enoch spake forth the words of God, <​17/​> the people trembeled, & could not stand before <​in​> his presence. And he saith <​said​> unto them, because that Adam fell we are, & by his fall came death, & we are made partakers of misery & wo. <​/​> Behold, satan hath come among the Children of <​18/​> men, And tempteth them to worship him And men have become carnal, sensual & Devlish, & are shut out from the presence of God. <​but God​> hath made known unto our Fathers, that all men must repent. <​/​> And he called upon our <​19/​> father Adam, by his own voice; Saying, I am God; I made the world, & men before they were <​in the flesh.​> & he also said unto him If thou wilt turn unto me, & hearken unto my voice & believe, & repent of all thy transgressions, & be baptized, even by <​in​> water, in the name of mine only begotten Son, which <​who​> is full of grace & truth; which <​who​> is Jesus Christ; the only name which shall be given under Heaven, whereby salvation shall come unto the children of men, & ye shall <​receive the gift of the holy Ghost​> ask<​ing​> all things in his name, & whatsoever ye shall ask it shall be given <​you​>. <​/​> And our father Adam said <​spake​> unto the <​20/​> Lord & said why is it that men must repent & be baptized [p. 17] by <​in​> water And the Lord said unto Adam Behold I have forgiven thee thy transgression in the garden of Eden Hence came the saying abroad among the people that Christ <​the son of God​> hath atoned for original guilt. Wherein the sins of the parents cannot be answered upon the heads of the Children, for they are whole from the foundation of the world. <​/​> And the <​21/​> Lord spake unto Adam, Saying, inasmuch as thy children are conceived in sin, even so, when they begin to grow up. Sin conceiveth in their hearts, & they taste the bitter, that they may know to prize the good. & it is given unto them to know good from evil; Wherefore, they are agents unto <​unto​> themselves. <​/​> And I have given unto you another law <​22/​> & <​&​> commandment; Wherefore, teach it unto your Children, that all men evry where, must repent, or they can in no wise inheret the kingdom of God. For no unclean thing can dwell there or dwell in his presence; for, in the language of Adam, Man of Holiness is his name; & the name of his only begotten, is the son of <​a​> man even Jesus Christ a righteous Judge which <​who​> shall come <​in the meridean of time​>. <​/​> <​Therefore​> I give unto <​23/​> you a commandment to teach these things freely unto your Children Saying that in as much as they were born into the World by <​reason of​> the fall which bringeth death by water & blood & the Spirit which I have made & so became of dust a living soul even so ye must be born again of water & the spirit & cleansed by blood even the blood of mine only begotten into the mysteries of the kingdom of Heaven that ye <​they​> <​ye​> may be sanctified from all Sin; & enjoy the words of eternal life in this world; & eternal life in the world to come; even immortal glory. <​/​> for, by the <​24​> water ye keep the commandment; by the spirit ye are Justified & by the blood ye are Sanctified. <​/​> that <​Therefore​> in you <​it​> is given <​to abide in you​> the record of Heaven, the comforter, the peacible things of immortal glory <​keys of the kingdom of heaven​> the truth of all things that which quickeneth all things, which maketh alive all things, that which knoweth all things, & hath all power, according <​to​> wisdom, mercy, truth, Justice, & Judgement. <​/​> & now, <​25/​> Behold, I say unto you, this is the plan of salvation unto all men, <​through​> the blood of mine only begotten, which shall come in the maridian of time. <​/​> And, Behold, all [p. 18] <​23/​> Therefore, I give unto you a commandment, to teach these things unto freely unto your children, saying, that by reason of the trangression cometh the fall, which fall bringeth death, And in as much as they were born into the world by watter, and blood, and the spirit which I have made, and so became of death <​dust​> a living soul; even so ye <​they​> <​ye​> must be born again, into the kingdom of heaven, of watter, and of the spirit, and be cleansed by the blood, of even the blood of mine only begotten. <​26/​> Things have their likeness; & all thing are created & made to bear record of me; both things which are temporal, & things which are spiritual; things which are in the Heavens above, & things which are in <​on​> the Earth, beneath & things which are in the Earth & things which are under the Earth; both above & beneath all things bear Record of me. <​/​> And it came to pass, when the Lord had spoken <​27/​> with Adam, our father, he cried that Adam cried unto the Lord, & he was caught away by the Spirit of the Lord, & was carried down into the water, & was laid under the water, & was brought forth out of the water; & thus he was baptized, & the spirit of God decended upon him, & thus he was born of the spirit, & became quickened in the inner man. & he heard a voice out of heaven, saying, thou art baptized with fire & with the Holy Ghost; this is the Record of the Father & the Son, from hence forth & forever; & thou art after the order of him who was without begining of days or end of years, from all eternity to all eternity. Behold, thou art one in me, a Son of God; & thus may <​all​> become my Sons: Amen. <​/​>
Genesis, Chapter 7
Chapter IVth <​7th​>
Enochs. prophecy &c
<​1​> And it came to pass, that Enoch contined his speech, saying, saying behold, our Father Adam taught these things, & many have believed. And became the sons of God; & many have believed not, & have perished in their Sins, & are looking forth with fear in torment, for the firey indignation of the wrath of God, to be poured out upon them. <​/​> And, from that time forth Enoch <​2/​> began to prophecy, saying unto the people, that, as I was Jourieying And stood in the place Mahujah, & I cried unto the Lord, there came a voice out of Heaven, Saying, turn ye & get ye upon the mount Simeon. And it came to pass, that I turned & went upon the mount; And, as I stood upon the mount, I beheld the Heavens open, & I was clothed upon with glory, & I saw the Lord; & he stood before my face, & he talked with me, even as a man talketh, one with another, face to face; & he saith unto me, look, & I will shew unto thee the world for the space of many generations. <​/​> And it came to pass, that <​3/​> I beheld in the vally of Shum, & Lo! a great people which [p. 19] Dwelt in tents, which were the people of Shum. & again the Lord said unto me, look, & I looked towards the North & I beheld the people of Canaan, which dwelt in tents. And the Lord said unto me, prophecy; & I prophecied, Saying, behold the people of Canaan, which are numerous, shall go forth in battle aray against the people of Shum, & shall slay them, that they shall be utterly destroyed. & the people of Canaan shall divide themselves in the land & the land shall be barren & unfruitful, & none other people shall dwell there but the people of Canaan. <​/​> <​4/​> for, behold, the Lord shall curse the land with much heat & <​the​> barrenness thereof shall go forth forever. <​/​> & there was a blackness come upon all the children of canaan so that they were despised among all people. <​/​> And it came <​5/​> came to pass, that the Lord said unto me look, & I, looked & I Beheld the land of Sharon, & the land of Enoch, & the land of Omner, & the land of Heni, & the land of Shem, & the land of Haner, & the land of Hananiah, & all the inhabitants thereof. & the Lord said unto me, go forth to this people, & say unto them, repent, lest I shall come out & smite them with a curse, & they die. <​/​> And <​6/​> he gave unto me a commandment, that I should baptize in the name of the father, & of the Son, which <​who​> is full of grace & truth, & the Holy Ghost, which beareth record of the father & the Son. <​/​> And it came to pass, that Enoch <​7/​> continued to call upon all the people, save it were the people of Canaan, to repent & so great was the faith of Enoch that he led the people of God And their enemies came to battle against them, & he spake the word of the Lord, & the Earth trembeled, & the Mountains fled, even according to his comm and & the Rivers (of water) were turned out of their course & the roar of the Lions were heard out of the wilderness, & all <​Nations​> feared greatly, so powerfull was the word of Enoch, & so great was the power of the language which god had given him. <​/​> <​8/​> There also came up a land out of the depth of the Sea; & so great was the fear of the enemies of the people of God, that they fled & stood afar off, & went upon the land which came up out of the depth of the Sea. And the Jiants of the land, also, stood afar off; & there went forth a curse upon all the [p. 20] People which fought against God, & from that time forth, there was wars & bloodshed among them; But the Lord came & dwelt with his people, And they dwelt in righteousness. & the fear of the Lord was upon all Nations, so great was the glory <​of​> the Lord which was upon his people. <​/​> & the Lord blessed the land, & they were blessed upon <​9/​> the mountains, & upon the high places, & did flourish. & the Lord called his people Zion; because they were of one heart, & of one mind, & dwelt in righteousness. & there were no poor among them. <​/​> & Enoch continued his preaching in righteousness unto <​10/​> the people of God. <​/​> And it came to pass, in his days, that he built a City that was called the City of Holynenss, even Zion. And it came to pass, that Enoch talked with the Lord, & he said unto the Lord, Shurely, Zion shall dwell in safety forever. But <​and​> the Lord said unto Enoch, Zion have I blessed, but the residue of the people have I cursed. <​/​> And it came to pass, that the Lord <​11/​> shewed unto Enoch all the inhabitants of the Earth, & he beheld, & Lo! Zion, in process of time was taken up into Heaven And the Lord said unto Enoch, behold mine abode forever. & Enoch, also beheld the residue of the people which were the sons of Adam, And they were a mixture of all the seed of Adam, save it were the seed of Cain; for, the seed of Cain were black, & had not place among them. & after that Zion was taken up into Heaven, Enoch beheld, & lo! all the Nations of the Earth were before him, And there came generation upon generation, & Enoch was high & lifted up, even in the bosom of the father, (And the son of man;) And, behold, the powers of Satan were upon all the face of the Earth; And he saw Angels decending out of Heaven & he heard a loud voice, saying, wo! wo! be unto the inhabitants of the Earth. And he beheld Satan & he had a great Chain in his hand, And it <​he​> veiled the whole face of the Earth with darkness, & he looked up & laughed, & his Angels rejoiced. & Enoch beheld Angels decending out of Heaven, bearing testimony of the father, & of the Son. & of the Holy Ghost fell on many, & they were caught up by the power of Heaven into Zion. <​/​> And it came to pass, that the God of Heaven <​Enock​> look<​12/​>ed upon the residue of the people & wept. And <​he​> Enoch bore record of it Saying how is it the heavens weep <​beheld and <​lo!​> the heavens wept also​> & shed forth their tears as the rain upon the Mountains And Enoch Said unto the heavens how is it that thou canst weep Seeing [p. 21] Thou art holy & from all eternity to all eternity, & were it posible that man could number the particles of Earth yea & millions of such Earths like this it would not be a begining to the number of thy creations & thy curtains are stretched out still And yet thou art there & thy bosom <​presince​> is there And also thou art Just thou art merciful & kind forever thou hast taken Zion to thine own bosom from <​all thy creations​> <​from​> All eternity to all eternity & naught but peace Justice & truth is the habitation of thy throne & mercy shall go before thy face & have no end, how is it that thou canst weep? <​/​> the Lord said unto Enoch, behold, these thy Brethren, <​13/​> they are the workmanship of mine own hands, & I gave unto them their knowledge <​intelligence​> in the day that I created them & in the Garden of Eden gave <​they​> I unto man his <​had​> agency; & unto thy brethren have I said, & also gave commandment, that they should love me one another, & that they should Choose me their Father <​serve me their God​> but, Behold, they are without affection, & they hate their own blood; & the fire of mine indignation is kindled against them, & in my hot displeasure will I send in the floods upon them, for my fierce anger is kindeled against them. <​/​> Behold, I am God <​14/​> & <​&​> man of holyness is my name, man of councel is my name, & endless, & eternal is my name also. <​/​> Wherefore, I can stretch forth <​14 <​15​>/​> mine hands, & hold all the Creations in mine which I have made. And mine eye can pierce them also. And among all the workmanship of mine hands, there has not been so great wickedness as among thy brethren; But, behold, their sins shall be upon the heads of their fathers; Satan shall be their father <​master​> & misery shall be their doom; & the whole heavens shall weep over them, even all the workmanship of mine hands. <​/​> <​16/​> Wherefore should not the heavens weep, seing these Shall suffer. But, behold, these which thine eyes are upon shall perish in the floods, & behold, I will shut them up; A prison have I prepared for them And that <​he​> which <​whom​> I have chosen hath <​has​> pleaded before my face. Wherefore, he suffereth for their sins, in as much as they will repent, in the day that my Chosen will <​Shall​> return unto me; And untill that day, they shall be in torment. <​/​> Wherefore, for this shall the heavens weep, yea, & <​17/​> all the workmanship of mine hands. <​/​> And it came to pass <​17/​> that the Lord spake unto Enoch, & told Enoch all the [p. 22] Doings of the Children of men, Wherefore, Enoch knew, & looked upon their wickedness, & their misery, & wept, & stretched forth his arms, & his heart swelled wide as <​and he beheld​> eternity, & his bowels yearned, & all eternity shook, & Enoch saw Noah also And his family, That the posterity of all the Sons of Noah should be saved with a temporal salvation. <​/​> wherefore <​18/​> he <​Enock​> saw that Noah built an Ark & the Lord smiled upon it & held it in his own hand but upon the residue of the wicked came the floods & swallowed them up. & as Enoch saw thus, he had bitterness of Soul, & wept over his brethren, & said unto the Heavens, I will refuse to be comforted but, the Lord said unto Enoch, lift up your heart & be glad, & look. And it came to pass, that Enoch beheld <​looked​>. And from Noah he beheld all the families of the Earth; & he cried unto the Lord, saying, when shall the day of the Lord come? When shall the blood of the righteous be shed that all they that mourn may be sanctified, & have eternal <​19/​> life? <​/​> And the Lord said, it shall be in the maridian of time <​19/​> in the days of wickedness & vengence. And, behold, Enoch saw the day of the coming of the son of man, even in the flesh And he saw <​his soul​> & rejoiced, saying, the righteous is lifted up, & the Lamb is slain from the foundation of the world; & through faith I am in the bosom of the father; And, behold, Zion is with me. & it came to pass, that Enoch looked upon Earth, & he heard a voice from the bowels thereof, saying, wo! wo! is me the mother of men! I am pained, I am weary, because of the wickedness of my Children, when shall I rest, & be cleansed from the wickedness <​filthiness​> which is <​has​> gone out of forth out of me? when will my creator sanctify me, that I may rest, & righteousness for a season abide upon my face. <​/​> & And when Enoch <​20/​> heard the Earth mourn, he wept, & cried unto the Lord, saying <​20/​> O Lord wilt thou not have compassion upon the Earth, wilt thou not bless the children of Noah? And it came to pass, that Enoch continued his cry unto the Lord, Saying, I ask thee O Lord, in the name of thine Only Begotten even Jesus Christ, That thou wilt have mercy upon Noah, & his seed, that the Earth might never more be covered by the floods & the Lord could not with hold & he covenanted with Noah <​Enock​> & swore <​sware​> unto him with an oath, that he would stay the floods [p. 23] That he would call upon the children of Noah And he sent forth an unalterable decree that <​from​> a remnant of his seed should always be found among <​come all nations​> all Nations while the Earth should stand. <​/​> And the Lord said, blessed is him <​he​> through whose <​21/​> seed the Masiah should <​shall​> come; For he saith, I am the Masiah, the King of Zion; the rock of Heaven, which is broad as eternity, & whoso cometh in at the gate & climbeth up by me, shall never fall. <​/​> Wherefore, blessed are they of which <​whom​> <​22/​> I have spoken, for they shall come forth with songs of everlasting Joy. <​/​> And it came to pass, that Enoch cried <​22/​> unto the Lord, saying, when the Son of man cometh in the flesh shall the Earth rest? I pray thee shew me these things. And the Lord said unto Enoch, look, & he looked & beheld the son of man lifted upon the cross, after the manner of men. And he heard a loud voice, & the Heavens were veiled; & all the creation of God mourned; And the Earth groaned; & the rocks were rent; & the saints arose, & were crowned at the right hand of the Son of man with crowns of glory. & as many of the spirits as were in Prison came forth & stood on the right hand of God. & the remainder were reserved in chains of darkness untill the Judgement of the great day. <​/​> And again Enoch wept, & cried unto the <​23/​> Lord again, Saying, when Shall the Earth rest? & Enoch beheld the Son of man ascend up unto the Father; & he called unto the Lord, Saying, wilt thou not come again upon the Earth? for, in as much as thou art God, & I know thee & thou hast sworn unto me & commanded me that I should ask in the name of thine only begotten. Thou hast made me & given <​unto​> me a right to thy throne, and not of myself but through thine own grace; wherefore, I ask thee if thou wilt not come again on the Earth? <​/​> & the Lord <​24/​> said unto Enoch, As I live, even so will I come in the last days, in the days of wickedness & vengence, to fulfill the oath which I have made unto you concerning the Children of Noah. And the day shall come that the Earth shall rest. But before that day the Heavens shall be darkened, & a veil of darkness shall cover the Earth; & the Heavens shall shake & also the Earth. A great tribulation shall be among the children of men, but my People will I preserve; & righteousness will I [p. 24] Send down out of Heaven, & truth will I send forth out of the Earth, to bear testimony of mine Only Begotten; his resurrection from the dead; yea, & also the resurrection of all men. And righteousness & truth will I cause to sweep the Earth as the <​with a​> flood, to gether out mine own elect from the four quarters of the Earth, unto a place which I shall prepare; an holy City, that my people may gird up my <​their​> loins, & be looking forth for the time of my coming; for there shall be my tabernacle, & it shall be called Zion, a New Jerusalem. <​/​> <​25/​> & the Lord said unto Enoch, then shalt thou & all thy City meet them; there <​there;​> & we will receive them into our bosom; & they shall see us, And we will fall upon their necks, & they shall fall upon our necks, & we will kiss each other & there shall be mine abode, & it shall be Zion which shal come forth out of all the creations which I have made; & for the space of a thousand years shall the Earth rest. <​/​> & it came <​26/​> to pass, that Enoch saw the days of the coming of the son of man, in the last days, to dwell on the Earth, in righteousness, for the space of a thousand years. but before that day, he saw great tribulations among the wicked; & he also saw the Sea, that it was troubled, & men’s hearts failing them looking forth with fear for the Judgements of the Almighty God, Which should come upon the wicked. <​/​> And the Lord showed Enoch all things, <​27/​> even unto the end of the world. And he saw the end <​day​> of the righteous, the hour of <​their​> redemption, & received a fullness of Joy. And all the days of Zion, in the days of Enoch, were three hundred & sixty five years. And Enoch & all his people walked with God, And he dwelt in the midst of Zion. And it came to pass, that Zion was not, for God received it up into his own bosom; & from thence went forth the saying, Zion is fled. <​/​> & it came to pass, that Mathusalah, <​28/​> the son of Enoch, was not taken, that the covenants of the Lord might be fulfilled which he made to Enoch; for he truly covenanted with Enoch, that Noah should <​come​> by <​be​> <​of​> the fruit of his loins. <​/​> And it came to pass, that Mathusalah Propheci<​29/​>ed, that from his loins should come <​Spring​> all the kingdoms of the Earth, (from <​through​> Noah.) And he took glory unto himself; & there came forth a great famine into the land, And the Lord cursed the Earth with a sore curse, And many of the [p. 25] inhabitants thereof died. <​/​> And it came to pass, that Mathusalah <​29 <​30​>/​> lived one hundred Eighty & seven years & begat Lamech; & Mathusalah lived, after he begat Lamech, seven hundred eighty & two years & begat sons & Daughters. & all the days of Mathusalah were nine hundred & eighty <​sixty​> & two <​nine​> years; & he died. <​/​> & Lamech lived an hundred eighty <​&​> two years And begat <​30 <​31​>/​> a son, & he called his name Noah, saying, This son shall comfort us concerning our work & toil of our hands, because of the ground which the Lord hath cursed. & Lamech lived after he begat Noah, five hundred & ninety & five years, & begat sons & daughters. & all the days of Lamech were seven hundred seventy & seven years; & he died. <​*​> <​/​> And <​it came to pass that when​> Noah was five <​1​> hundred years old And Noah <​he​> begat Shem Ham & Japheth. <​/​>
Genesis, Chapter 8
Chapter V <​8​>th Noahs Prophecy of the deluge &c
<​2/​> And it came to pass that Noah & his Sons hearkened unto the Lord & gave heed & they were called the sons of God & when there <​these​> men began to multiply on the face of the earth & daughters were borne unto them that the sons of men saw that their daughters were fair they took them wives even as they chose. <​/​> & the Lord said unto Noah the daughters of thy <​3/​> sons have sold themselves For Behold mine anger is kindeled against the sons of men for they will not hearken to my voice. <​/​> And it came to pass that Noah prophecied & taught <​3/​> the things of God even as it was in the begining & the Lord said unto Noah my spirit shall not always strive with man for he shall know that all flesh shall die Yet his days shall be an hundred & twenty years and if men do not repent I will send in the floods upon them. <​/​> And in those days <​4/​> there were giants in <​on​> the Earth And they sought Noah to take away his life but the Lord was with Noah & the power of the Lord was upon him & the Lord ordained Noah after his own order & commanded him that he should go forth & declare the <​his​> Gospel unto the children of men even as it was given unto Enoch. <​/​> And <​5/​> it <​it​> came to pass that Noah called upon the children of men that they should repent but they hearkened not unto his words & also after that they had heard him they came up before him Saying Behold we are the Sons of God have we not taken unto ourselves daughters of men & are we not eating & drinking [p. 26] 1 *And Noah was four Hundred and fifty <​years old​> and begat Japheth, and forty two years afterward, he begat shem from <​of​> her who was the Mother of Japheth, and when he was five hundred years old, he begat Ham. & marrying & given in marriage & our wives bear unto us children & the same are mighty men which are like unto them of <​6/​> old men of great renoun & they hearkened not unto <​the words of​> Noah. <​/​> & <​6/​> God saw that the wickedness of man had become great in the Earth And evry man was lifted up in the imagination of the thoughts of his heart being only evil continually. <​/​> And it came to <​7/​> pass that Noah continued his preaching unto the people saying hearken & give heed unto my words Believe & repent of your sins & be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ the son of God even as our fathers did & ye shall receive the Holy Ghost that ye may have all things made manifest & if you do not this the floods will come in upon you. <​/​> Nevertheless they heark<​8/​>ened not. <​/​> And it repented Noah & his heart was pained that <​8/​> the Lord made man on the Earth & it grieved him at the heart And the Lord said I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the Earth, both men & beasts & the creeping things And the fowls of the air for it repenteth Noah that I have created them & that I have made them & he hath called upon me & <​for​> they have sought his life. <​/​> but <​and thus​> Noah found grace in the <​9/​> eyes of the Lord & <​for​> Noah was a Just man & perfect in his generation & Noah <​he​> walked with God & also his three sons Shem Ham Japheth. <​/​> <​but​> the Earth was corrupt before God & the Earth <​it​> was filled <​10/​> with violence & God looked upon the Earth <​it​> & Behold it was corrupt for all flesh had corrupted his <​its​> way upon the Earth & God said unto Noah the end of all flesh is come before me for for the Earth is filled with violence through them & behold I will destroy them <​all flesh​> from off the Earth. <​/​> make thee <​therefore​> an ark of <​11/​> Gopher wood rooms shalt thou make in the ark & thou shalt pitch it within & without with pitch & the length of the ark thou shalt make three hundred cubits the breadth of it fifty cubits & the higth of it thirty cubits & windows shalt thou make to the ark & in a cubit shalt thou finish it above & the door of the ark shalt thou set in the side thereof Lower second & third Chambers shalt thou make <​in​> it. <​/​> & behold, I, even I, will <​12/​> bring in a flood of water upon the Earth, to destroy all flesh, wherein shall <​is​> the breath of life, from under Heaven; evry thing that liveth on the Earth shall die; but with thee will I establish my covenant, even as I have sworn unto thy father Enoch, that a remnant <​of​> of thy posterity should be preserved among <​come​> all [p. 27] Nations. <​/​> which shall come And thou shalt come into the ark <​13/​> thou & thy Sons, & thy wife, & thy Sons wives with thee. & of evry living thing of all flesh, two of evry kind shalt thou bring of evry kind into the ark, to keep alive with thee; they shall be male & female, of fowls after their kind, & of cattle after their kind, of evry creeping thing of the Earth after his kind; two of every kind shalt thou take into the ark, to keep alive. And take thou unto thee <​of all​> food of that is eaten; And thou shalt gether frouit of evry kind unto thee, in the ark; & it shall be for food for thee & for them. <​/​> Thus did Noah, according to all that God <​14/​> commanded him even so amen
Genesis, Chapter 9
Chapter VI Noah & his Sons entered into the ark. &c. &c. &c
And the Lord said unto Noah, come thou, & all thy house, into the Ark; for thee <​only​> have I seen righteous before me, in this generation. <​/​> of evry clean beast thou shalt thou take to thee <​15/​> by sevens, the male & his femeal; And of beasts that are not clean by two, the male & his female; of fowls also of the air by sevens, the male & the female: to keep seed alive upon the face of the Earth. For yet seven days & I will cause it to rain upon the Earth, forty days & forty nights; & evry living soul <​Substance​> that I have made will I destroy from off the face of the Earth. <​/​> & Noah did according to all that the Lord <​16/​> commanded him And Noah was six hundred years old <​16/​> when the flood (of waters) was upon the Earth, & Noah went went in & his sons & his wife & his sons wives with him into the ark, Because of the waters of the flood, Of clean beasts & of beasts that were not clean & of fowls & of evry thing that creepeth upon the Earth there went in two & two, unto Noah into the Ark, the male & the female, as God had commanded Noah and it came to pass, after seven days, that the waters of the flood, were upon the Earth. in the six hundreth year of Noahs life in the second month & the seventeenth day of the Month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up & the windows of Heaven were opened, & the rain was upon the Earth forty days & forty nights. <​/​> <​17/​> in the self same day entered Noah & Shem Ham & Japheth the Sons of Noah & Noahs wife & his <​the​> three <​wives of his​> sons wives, with them <​*​> [p. 28] into the Ark <​*​> & they that went in went in male & female of all flesh, as God had commanded him. & the Lord shut him in. <​/​> & the <​18/​> flood was forty days upon the Earth, & the waters increased & bear up the ark & it was lifted up above the Earth, & the waters prevailed & increased greatly upon the Earth. And the ark went upon the face of the waters. And the waters prevailed exceedingly upon the face of the Earth. And all the high hills that are under the wholl [whole] Heavens were covered, fifteen cubits <​and​> upward. Did the waters prevail. And the mountains were covered. & all flesh died that moved upon the face of the Earth. Both of fowl & of Cattle & of beasts & of evry creeping thing that creepeth upon the Earth & evry man All in whose noistrills the Lord had breathed the breath of life of all that were in <​on​> the dry land died & evry living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the ground both men & Cattle & the creeping things & the fowls of the air <​Heaven​> & they were destroyed from the Earth & Noah only remained, & they that were with him in the ark. And the waters prevailed on the Earth one hundred & fifty days. <​/​> And God remembered Noah <​every living thing​> & all <​the cattle​> that were with <​19/​> him in the ark. And God made a wind to pass over the Earth And the waters receded assuaged, the fountains also of the deep & the windows of Heaven were stop[p]ed. And the rain from Heavn was retained from off the Earth & the waters returned from off the Earth <​continually​>. <​/​> And after the end of the Hundred & fifty days the waters <​20/​> waters were abated. And the ark rested in the seventh Month on the seventh <​seventeenth​> day of the Month upon the Mountain of Arrarat & the waters decreased <​continually​> untill the tenth Month & in <​on​> <​& in​> the tenth day of <​on​> the <​first of the​> Month were the tops of the Mountains seen. <​/​> & it came to <​21/​> pass At the end of forty days that Noah opened the window of the ark which he had made & he sint forth a raven which went forth to & fro untill the waters were dried up from off the Earth he also sent forth a dove from him to see if the waters were abated from off the face of the ground but the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot. And she returned unto him into the ark for the waters had not receded from off the face of the whole Earth then he for put forth his hand & took her, And pulled her in unto him into the ark. <​/​> And he <​22/​> stay<​ed​> yet other seven days. And again he sent forth the the dove out of the ark & <​&​> the dove came in to him in the evening [p. 29] *they and every beast after his kind and all the cattle after their kind and every creeping thing that creepeth on the earth after his kind and every fowl after his kind and every bird of every sort and they went unto Noah into the ark two and two of all flesh wherein is the breath of life an <​And​> Lo! in her mouth an olive leaf (plucked off) so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the Earth. <​/​> <​23/​> And he stayed yet other seven days & sent forth a dove which returned not again unto him any more. <​/​> & And it came to <​24/​> pass in the Sixhundreth & first year in the first Month the first day of the Month the waters were dried up from off the Earth. And Noah removed the covering of the ark & looked & behold the face of the ground was dry. And in the second Month on the seven & twentieth day of the Month was the Earth dried. <​/​> And God spake unto Noah Saying, go forth 1 out of the ark, thou & thy wife, & they Sons & thy sons wives with thee. Bring forth with thee evry living thing that is with thee of all flesh, both of fowl, & of cattle, & of evry creeping thing that creepeth upon the Earth; that they may breed abundantly in the Earth, & be fruitful & multiply upon the Earth. <​/​> And Noah went forth, & his sons, & his wife, & his sons <​2/​> wives with him. And evry beast, & evry creeping thing, & evry fowl, <​and whatsoever creepeth​> upon the Earth after their kind<​s​> went forth out of the ark. <​/​> And Noah builded an altar unto the Lord, & took of <​3/​> evry clean beast, & of evry clean fowl, & offered burnt offer ings on the altar; And gave thanks unto the Lord, & rejoiced in his heart. <​/​> And the Lord spake unto Noah, & he blessed him <​4/​> And Noah smelled a sweet saviour, & he said in his heart I will call on the name of the Lord that he will not again curse the ground any more for mans sake; for the imagination of mans heart is evil from his youth. And, that he will not again smite any more, evry thing living, as he hath done, while the Earth remaineth. And, that seed time & harvest, & cold & heat, & summer & winter, & day & night may not cease with man. <​/​> <​9:7​>
Chapter VII the covenant which God made to Noah & when the City of Enoch should come down out of Heaven, &c. &c
<​5/​> And God Called <​blessed​> Noah & his Sons, & said unto them; be fruitful & multiply, & replenish the Earth. And the fear of you, & the dread of you, shall be upon evry beast, of the Earth, & upon evry fowl of the air, upon all that moveth upon the Earth, And upon all the fishes of the Sea, unto your hand are they delivered. evry moveing thing that liveth shall be meat for you; even as the green herb, [p. 30] have I given you for meat all things. <​/​> but the blood of all <​6/​> which I have I given you for meat shall be shed upon the ground which taketh life thereof & the blood ye shall not eat. And shurely blood shall not be shed only for meat to Save <​your​> life <​lives​> & the blood of evry beast will I require at your hands & whoso shedeth mans blood by man shall his blood be shed, for man Shall not shed the blood of man. <​/​> For a commandment I give that every mans <​7/​> brother shall preserve the life of man, for in mine own image have I made man And a commandment I give unto you be ye fruitful & multiply; bring forth abundantly, on the Earth & multiply therein. <​/​> And God spake unto Noah, & to his Sons with <​8/​> him Saying, & I, behold, I, will establish my covenant with you which I made unto your Father Enoch concerning your seed after you. And it shall come to pass, that evry living creature that is with you of the fowl, & of the cattle, & of the beast of the Earth that is with you, which shall go out of the Ark Shall not altogether perish; Neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood; Neither shall there any more be a flood to destroy the Earth; And I will establish my covenant with you, which I made unto Enoch Concerning the remnants of your posterity. <​/​> And God made a covenant with Noah And said this <​9/​> shall be the token of the covenant I make between me & you. And for every living creature with you for perpetual generation & I will set my bow in the cloud. And it shall be for a token of a covenant between me & the Earth. And it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the Earth, that the bow shall be seen in the cloud; And I will remember my covenant which I have made between me & you for every living creature <​of all flesh​>. And the waters Shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh, & the bow shall be in the cloud; & I will look upon it, that I may remember the everlasting covenant which I have made unto thy father Enoch; that, when men should keep all my commandments; Zion should again come on the Earth, the City of Enoch which I have caught up unto myself. <​/​> And this is mine <​10/​> everlasting covenant <​that I establish with you​> that when thy posterity shall embrace the thruth And look upward; then Shall Zion look downward. And all the Heavens shall shake with gladness. And the Earth shall tremble with Joy; & the general assembly of the Church of the first born, shall come down out of Heaven. And possess the Earth [p. 31] And shall have place untill the end come. <​/​> And & this is mine <​11/​> everlasting covenant which I made with thy father Enoch. And the Bow shall be in the cloud. And I will establish my covenant, unto thee which I have made between me & thee for evry living creature of all flesh that shall be upon the Earth. And God said unto Noah This is the token of the covenant, which I have established between me & thee, For all flesh that shall be upon the Earth. <​/​> And the Sons of Noah that went forth of the <​12/​> ark, were Shem & Ham & Japheth; & And Ham was the Father of Canaan, These were the three Sons of Noah. And of them was the whole Earth overspread. <​/​> And Noah began to till the Earth. And <​13/​> he was an husbandman; & he planted a vineyard, & he drank of the wine And was drunken; & he was uncovered within his tent And Ham, the Father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his Father, And told his <​two​> brethren without. And Shem & Japheth, took a garment & laid upon both their shoulders, & went backward <​and covered the nakedness of their father and there faces were backward​> And they saw not their Fathers nakedness. <​/​> And Noah awoke from his wine, & knew <​14/​> what his younger <​youngest​> son had done unto him. And he said, cursed be Canaan A servent of servents shall he be unto his brethren. And he said, blessed be the Lord God of Shem; And canaan Shall be his Servent, And a veil of darkness Shall cover him that he shall be known among all men. God shall enlarge Japheth, & he shall dwell in the tents of Shem And canaan shall be his Servents. <​/​> <​15/​> And Noah lived after the flood three Hundred & fifty years And all the days of Noah were nine hundred & fifty years and he died
Genesis, Chapter 10
Chapter VIII <​10th​> The generat genealogy of Noah &c
<​1​> Now these were the generations of the Sons of Noah; Shem, Ham & Japheth; And unto them were sons born after the flood. The Sons of Japheth; Gomer, & Magog, Madai, And Savan <​Javan​>, & Tubal, & Meshech & tiras <​Tyrus​>. <​/​> & these are the sons of Gomar: Ashkenaz & Riphath, & Togam<​2/​>ah. And these are the sons of Savan <​Javan​>; Eleshah & Tarshish, Kittim <​&​> Dodanim. By these were the Isles of the Gentiles divided in their lands; every one after the same tongues, after their families in their Nations. <​/​> And these are the sons of Ham; Cush, & Mizraim <​3/​> & Phut, & Canaan, & And these are the <​the​> sons of Cush: Seba, & Havillah & Sabtah, & Raamah, & Sabtecha; <​&​> these are the Sons of Raamah Sheba Dedan. And Cush begat Nimr[o]d; he begat <​began​> to be a [p. 32] Mighty one in the Earth he was a mighty hunter in the land. Wherefore, <​it is said, evn & Nimrod as mighty hunter in the Land &​> he began a Kingdom. <​/​> And & the begining of his Kingdom <​4/​> was Babal, And Enoch <​Eroc​>, & Accad, & Calnach, in the land of Shenar Out of that land went forth Ashur And builded Ninevah & the City Rehoboth And Calah & Resen between Ninevah & Calah the same was a great City. <​/​> And Mizraim begat Ludim & Anam <​5/​> im & Lehabim & Neaphtuhim & Pathusim & Casluhim out of whom came Philistim, & Caphtorim. <​/​> & Canaan And begat <​6/​> Sidon, his first born, & Heth, <​&​> the Sebusite <​Jebusite​>, & the Amorite & Gurgasite & <​the​> Hivite, & the Arkite, & the Sinite, & the Arradite <​Arvadite​>, & the Zemarite, & the Hamathite, And afterward were the families of the Canaanites spread abroad. And the borders of the Canaanites were from Sidon as thou cometh <​comest​> to Gorar unto Gaza; as thou goest to Sodom & Gomorah, And Admah, & Teboiim, even unto Lasha, These were the sons of Ham, after their families, after the same tongue, in their Countries, & in their Nations. <​/​> Unto Shem also, which was the Elder Children were born; And he was the <​7/​> Father of Eber, & even to him were Children born. & And these are the Children of Shem; Eber, & Elam, & Asshur, & Arphaxed, & Lud, & Aram. And these are the Children of Aram; Us, & Hul, & Gether, & Mash, & Arphaxed. <​/​> And Arphaxed begat Salah; & Salah begat <​8/​> Eber; & unto Eber was <​were​> <​born​> two Sons, the name of the one was Peleg the other Sohtan <​Joktan​>. And Peleg was a mighty man, for in his days was the Earth divided. <​/​> And Johtan <​Joktan​> begat Almodad, & Sheleph, & <​9/​> Hazarmaveth, & Jarah; & Hodoram <​Hadoram​>, & Wiel <​Uzal​> & Diktah <​Diklah​>; & Ebal <​Obal​>, & Abram Abrmel <​Abimael​>, & Sheba, & Ophar, & Havilah, Sobaball <​Jobab​> <​all​> These were the Sons of Johtan <​Joktan​> & their dwelling <​was​> from Mesha, <​as​> thou goest unto Sephar, a mount of the East. <​/​> These were the Sons of Shem, after their families, after their tongues, in their lands, after their <​10/​> Nations. these were the families of the Sons of Noah, after their generations, in their Nations; And by these were the Nations divided on the Earth after the flood.
Genesis, Chapter 11
Chapter IX <​13​> <​11th​>The building of Babal the confounding their Language the generations of Shem &c Abrams travel to Canaan &c
<​1/​> And the whole Earth was of the same language, & of the same speech. And it came to pass, that many Journeyed from the East & as they Journeyed from the East, they found a plain in the land of Shinar; And dwelt there in the plain of Shinar, [p. 33] And they said one to another, Come, go to, let us make brick And burn them thourougly; And they had brick for stone. And they had Slime for morter. And they said, come, go to, let us build us a City. And a Tower, whose top will be high, nigh unto Heaven. And let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole Earth. <​/​> And the Lord <​2/​> came <​looked​> <​came​> down, <​upon the​> to <​beholding​> the City, & the Tower which the Children of men were building; And the Lord said, behold, the people, are the same & they all have the same language. And this Tower they begin to build; And now, nothing will be restrained from them which they have immagined; except I, the Lord, confound their language that they may not understand one anothers speech. So, I, the Lord, will scatter them abroad from thence, upon all the face of the land, & And unto evry quarter of the earth. And they were confounded, & left off to build the City; And they hearkened not unto the Lord, Therefore, is the name of it called Babel; because the Lord was displeased with their works. And did there confound the language of all the Earth; And from thence did the Lord scatter them abroad upon the face thereof. <​/​> And these <​3/​> were the generations of Shem. & Shem being and <​an ten​> Hundred <​and ten​> years begat Arphaxed, two years after the flood; & Shem liveed after he begat Arphaxed five Hundred years; And begat Sons & daughters. <​/​> And Arphaxed lived five & thirty <​4/​> years, & begat Salah; And Arphaxed lived after he begat Salah four hundred & three years, & begat sons & daughters. <​/​> And <​5/​> Salah lived thirty years, & begat Eber; & Salah lived after he begat Eber four hundred & three years, And begat Sons <​6/​> & daughters. <​/​> And Eber lived four & thirty years, & begat Peleg; <​7/​> And Eber lived after he begat Peleg four hundred & thirty years <​7/​> And begat sons & daughters. <​/​> And Peleg lived thirty years, & begat Reu; & Peleg lived after he begat Reu two hundred & nine <​8/​> years & begat Sons & daughters. <​/​> And Reu lived two & thirty years And begat Serug; & Reu lived after he begat Serug two Hundred & seven years & begat Sons & daughters. <​/​> And <​9/​> Serug lived thirty years & begat Nahor: And Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, & begat Sons & daughters <​10/​> And Nahor lived nine & twenty years & begat Terah; & Nahor lived after he bagat Terah an hundred & nineteen years, & [p. 34] <​11/​> begat Sons and daughters. <​/​> And Terah lived seventy years & begat <​12/​> Abram, Nahor, & Haran. <​/​> Now these were the generations of Terah: Terah begat Abram, Nahor, & Haran: & Haran begat Lot. & Haran died before his fathers Terah, in the Land of his <​13/​> nativity, in Ur of the Chaldees. <​/​> And Abram, & Nahor, took them wives: & the name of Abrams wife <​was​> Sarai & the name of Nahors wife, Acibcha <​Milcha​>, the daughter of Haran, the father of Milcha, & the fathers Iscah; <​/​> but Sarai was baren, & And she <​14/​> bare no Child. <​/​> & Terah took Abram his Son, And Lot the Son of Haran his Son’s Son, And Sarai his daughterinlaw, his son Abrams wife; And they went forth with them from Ur of the Chaldees, to go into the land of Canaan; & they came unto Haran, & dwelt there. <​/​> & the days of Terah were two hun<​1​>dred & five years; & Terah died in Haran. <​/​>
Genesis, Chapter 12
<​Ch 12th​> Now the Lord had said unto Abram, get thee out of thy country, & from thy kindred, And from thy fathers house, unto a land that I will shew thee; And I will make of thee a great Nation, And I will bless thee, & make thy name great; & thou shalt be a blessing; And I will bless them that bless thee, And curse them that curse thee <​2/​> And in thee shall the families of the Earth be blessed. <​/​> So Abram departed, as the Lord had spoken unto him; and lot went with him. And Abram was seventy & five years old when he departed out of Haran. And Abram took Sarai his wife, & Lot his brothers Son, & all their Substance that they had gethered, And the Souls that they had gotten in Haran; And they went forth to go into the land of Canaan; And into the land <​3/​> of Canaan they came. <​/​> & Abram passed through the land unto the place of Sichem, unto the plain of Moreh. And the Canaanites were then in the land. And the Lord appeared unto Abram, & said Unto thy seed will I give this land: And there builded he an Altar unto the Lord who appeared <​4/​> unto him. <​/​> And he removed from thence unto a Mountain on the East of Bethel, And pitched his tent, leaving Bethel on the East <​west​>, & Hai was on the east, & there he builded an altar unto the Lord, And called upon the name of the Lord. <​5/​> And Abram Journeyed, going on still toward the south. <​/​> And there was a famine in the land; And Abram went down into Egypt to sojourn there; for the famine became grieve ous in the land. And it came to pass. When he was [p. 35] Come near to enter into Egypt that, he said unto Sarai his wife, Behold now, I know thee to be a fair woman to look upon; therefore it shall come to pass When the Egyptians shall see thee, that they shall say, this is his wife: And they will kill me, but they will Save thee alive. Say, I pray thee, unto them, I am his Sister: that it may be well with thee <​me​> for thy sake; And my soul <​6/​> shall live because of thee. <​/​> And it came to pass That when Abram was come into Egypt the Egyptians beheld the woman that she was very fair. The promises <​Princes​> also of Pharaoh saw her, & commanded her to be brought before Pharaoh: And the woman was taken into Pharaohs house. And he entreated Abram well for her sake: And he had Sheep, & Oxen, & he Asses, & men servents, & Camels. <​7/​> And the Lord plagued Pharaoh & his house with great Plagues because of Sarai Abrams wife. And Pharaoh called Abram & said, what hast thou done unto me in this thing? Why didst thou not tell me that She was thy wife? why saidst thou, she is my Sister? so I might have taken her to me to wife. Now therefore, Behold, I say unto thee, take thy wife & go thy way. And Pharaoh commanded men concerning him: And they sent him away, & his wife, & all that he had
Genesis, Chapter 13
Chapter X <​13th​> Abrams Journey out of Egypt &c &c
<​1​> And Abram went up out of Egypt, he, & his wife, & all that he had And lot with him, into the south. And Abram <​2/​> was very rich in Cattle, in Silver, & in Gold. <​/​> And he went on his Journey from the south even to Bethel, unto the place where his Tent had been At the begining, between Bethel & Hai; unto the place of the Altar which he had made there At the first; And there Abram called on the <​3/​> name of the Lord. <​/​> And Lot also, which went with Abram, had flocks, & herds, & tents. And the land was not able to bear them, that they might dwell together: for their substance was great, so that they could not dwell together. And there was a strife between the herdmen of Abrams Cattle & the herdmen of lots Cattle: that they could not dwell [p. 36] <​4/​> together. <​/​> And the cananite & the Perezite dwelled them in the land. And Abram said unto Lot, let there be no strife, I pray thee, between me & thee, And between my herdmen & thy herdmen; for we are brethren. Is not the whole land before thee? seperate thyself, I pray thee, from me; if thou go to the left hand, then I will go to the right; if thou go to the right, hand <​5/​> then I will go to the left. <​/​> And Lot lifted up his eyes, & beheld all the plain of Jordan, that it was well watered evry where before the Lord destroyed Sodom & gomorah, like as the garden of the Lord, like the land of Egypt. Then lot chose him all the plain of Jordan; And Lot Journeyed out; & they seperated <​6/​> themselves the one from the other. <​/​> Abram dwelled in the land of Canaan, And Lot dwelled in the Cities of the plain, And pitched his tent toward sodom. But the men of Sodom becoming Sinners & exceedingly wicked before the Lord. <​&​> the Lord <​7/​> was angery with them. <​/​> And the Lord said unto Abram, after that Lot was seperated from him, lift up now thine eyes, And look from the place where thou art, Northward, & Southward, & eastward & Westward; And remember the Covenants which I make with thee; for it shall be an everlasting covenant; And thou shalt remember the days of Enoch thy father; for all the Land which thou seest, will I give thee, & to thy seed forever: And I will make they seed as the dust of the Earth; so that if a man can nu mber the dust of the Earth, thy seed shall also be numbered. arise walk through the Land in the length of it And in the breadth of it; for I will give it unto thee. Then Abraham removed his tent, And came and dwelled in the plain of Memree <​Mamree​> which was in Hebron And built there an altar unto the Lord
Genesis, Chapter 14
Chapter XI <​14th​> Melchizedeck Blessed Abram &c & gave him bread & wine &c &c——
<​1/​> And it came to pass, in the days of Arrapheal <​Amraphel​>, King of Shinar And Anoch <​Arioch​> King of Eleazar Ellasar, Chederlaomer King of Elam, And Tidal King of Nations; That these Kings made war with Bera King of Sodom, And with Bersha King of Gomorrah, Shinab King of Adna <​Admah​>, And Shemeber King of Zeboiim And the King of Bela, which is Zoar. All these were goined <​Joined​> together in the vale of Siddim, which is the Salt Sea. <​/​> twelve years they served <​2/​> Chederlaomer <​& in the thirteenth year they rebelled, & in the fourtenth year came Chederlaomer​> & the Kings that were with him And smote the [p. 37] Rephaims in Ashteroth Ramaim <​Karnaiam,​> & the Zuzims in Ham & the Emims <​in​> Shaveh Kirrithaim, And the Horites in their <​/​> Mount seir unto Elparen which was by the wilderness. And they returned, & came to Eenmishpat; which is Radesh <​Kadish,​> & smote all the Country of the Amebakites, & <​3/​> also the Amorites Hazezon tomer. <​/​> And there went out the King of Sodom, & the King of Gomorrah, & the King of Admah & the King of Zeboiim, & the King of Bela, which is Zoar; & they Joined battle with them in the vale of Siddim; with Chederlomer<​Chederlamer​> King of Elam, & with Sidel <​Sidal​> King of Nations, And Amrapheel <​Amraphael​> King of Shinar, & Arioch King of Ellasar: four kings with five. And the vale of Siddim was filled with slime Pitts; And the kings of Sodom & Gomorrah fled, & fell there; And they that remained fled to <​4/​> the Mountains which is called Hanabal. <​/​> & they took all the goods of Sodom & Gomorrah, & all their victuals, & went their way. And they took Lot, Abrams brothers Son, who dwelt <​5/​> in Sodom, And his goods, & departed. <​/​> And there came one that had escaped, & told Abram the Hebrew, the man of God; for he dwelt in the plain of Mamree the Amonite, Brother of Eshcol, & brother of Ener; & they <​these​> were confederate with Abram And when Abram heard that Lot his brothers son was taken captive he armed his trained men, & they which were born in his own house, three hundred & eighteen, And pursued unto Dan. <​6/​> And he divided himself against them, he & his men, by night And smote them, & pursued them unto Hobah, which was on the left hand of Damascus. And he brought back Lot his brothers Son, And all his goods, & the women also, & the <​7/​> People. <​/​> & the King of Sodom also went out to meet him after his return from the Slaughter of Chederlaomer, And of the Kings that were with him at the valey of Shaveh, which was the <​8/​> Kings dale. <​/​> And Melchisedek King of Salem brought forth bread & wine; And he break bread & blessed it: And he blessed the wine, he being the Priest of the most High God. And he gave to Abram, & he blessed him, & said, blesed Abraam, thou art a man of the most high God, Possessor of Heaven of <​&​> of Earth; & blessed is the name of the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thine hand. And Abram gave <​9/​> him tihes of all he had taken. <​/​> And the King of Sodom [p. 38] said unto Abram, give me the persons, & take the goods to thyself And Abram said to the King of Sodom, I have lifted up my hand unto the Lord, the most high God, the Possessor of Heaven & Earth, & have sworn that I will not <​take​> of thee from from a thread even to a shoe-latchet, & that I will not take any thing that is thine, lest thou shoudest say, I have made Abram rich; save only that which the young men have eaten, & the portion of the men which went with me, Emes <​Emer​>, Eshcol, & Mamre; let <​10/​> them take their portion. <​/​> <​Ch 15th​> And Melchizedeck lifted up his voice, & blessed Abram. Now Melchizedeck was a man of faith, who wrought righteousness; & when a child he feared God, And stop[p]ed the Mouths of lyons, & quenched the violence of fire. And thus, having been approved of God, he was ordained a high Priest, after the order of the covenant which God made with Enoch; it being after the order of the son of God; which order came, not by man, nor the will of man, Neither by Father nor mother; Neither by begining of days, or <​nor​> end of years; but of <​11/​> God. <​/​> And it was delivered unto men by the calling of his own voice, according to his own will; unto as many as believed on his name; for God having sworn unto Enoch, And unto his seed, with an oath, by himself; that every one being ordained after <​this​> order & calling, should have power, by faith, to break Mountains, to divide the Seas, to dry up waters, to turn them out of their course, to put at defiance the armies of Nations, to divide the Earth, to break evry band, to stand in the presence of God; to do all things according to his will, according to his command; subdue principalities & powers, & this by the will of the Son of God, which <​12/​> was from before the foundation of the world. <​/​> And men having this faith, coming up unto this order of God, were translated; And taken up into Heaven. And Now Merchizedeck was a priest of this order; Therefore he obtained peace in Salem, & was called the prince of peace; And his People wrought righteousness, & obtaind obtained Heaven, & sought for the City of Enoch which God had before taken, seperating it from the Earth, having resereved it unto the latter days, and <​or​> the end of the world; & hath & said, & sworn with an oath, that the Heavens, & the Earth, should come together; <​13/​> And the Sons of God should be tried so as by fire. <​/​> And this Melchizedeck havring having thus established righteousness, was called the King of Heaven, by his people, or, in other words, the [p. 39] King of peace. And he lifted up his voice, & he blessed Abram, being the high priest, & the keeper of the storehouse of God; him whom God had appointed to receive tithes for the poor. wherefore, Abram paid unto him tithes of all that he had, of all the riches which he possessed, which God <​14/​> had given him more then that which he had need. <​/​> And it came to pass, that God blessed Abram, & gave unto him riches, & honour, & lands, for an everlasting possession; according to the covenant which he had made, & according to the blessing wherewith Melchizedeck had blessed him.
Genesis, Chapter 15
Chapter XII <​16 15th​> the A covenant made to Abram & his seed after him &c &c &c—
And it came to pass, that after these things, the word of the Lord came unto Abram in a vision, saying, fear not, Abram; I will be thy shield. I will be thy exceeding great reward. And according to the blessings of my servent I will give <​2/​> unto thee. <​/​> And Abram said, O Lord God, what wilt thou give me, seeing I go childless, And Eleazer of Demascus is <​was​> made the stewart of my house. And Abram said, behold to me thou hast given no seed; & Lo!, one born in mine <​3/​> house is mine heir. <​/​> And behold the word of the Lord came unto him, again saying this shall not be thine heir; but he that shall come forth out of thine own bowels shall be thine heir. And he brought him forth abroad, & he sa[i]d look now towards Heaven, & tell the stars, if thou be able to number them. And he said unto him, so shall thy seed <​4​> be. <​/​> And Abram said, Lord God, how wilt thou give me this land for an everlasting inheritance? And the Lord said, Though thou wast dead, yet am I <​not​> able to give it thee? & if thou shalt die, yet thou shalt possess it. for the day cometh, that the Son of man shall live; but how can he live <​5/​> if he be not dead? he must first be quickened. <​/​> And it came to pass that Abram looked forth & saw the days of the Son of man, & was glad; & his soul found rest, & he believed in the Lord; And the Lord & the Lord counted it unto him for <​6/​> righteousness. <​/​> And the Lord said unto him, I, the Lord, brought thee out of Ur of the Chaldeas, to give thee this land to inherit it <​and Abram Said, Lord, whereby Shall I know that I Shall inherit it?​> yet he believed God. And the Lord said unto [p. 40] Him take <​me​> a heifer <​of​> three years old, And & she goat of three years old, And a ram of three years old, And a turtle dove of <​7/​> three yea & a young Pigeon, <​/​> & he took unto him all these, A And he divided them in the midst, And he laid each piece one against the other; but the birds divided he not. And when the fowls came down upon the carcases, Abram drove them away. & when the Son <​Sun​> was going down, a deep sleep fell upon Abram; And Lo!, a great horur of darkn<​8/​>ess fell upon him. <​/​> & the Lord spake, And he said unto Abram, now know of a shurety that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land which shall not be theirs. And shall serv <​Serve​> strangers; & they shall be afflicted, & serv <​seve​> <​serve​> them four hundred years; And also, that Nation whom they shall serve, will I Judge; And afterwards shall they come out with <​9/​> great sustanance. <​/​> And thou shalt die, & go to thy fathers in peace; thou shalt be buried in a good old age. But in the fourth generation they shall come hither again; for <​10/​> the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet full. <​10/​> And it came to pass, that when the Sun went down, & it was dark, behold a smoking furnace, & a burning lamp which passed bet ween those pieces which Abraham had divided. <​11/​> And in that <​11/​> same day the Lord made a covenant with Abram, saying, unto thy seed have I given this land, from the River of Egypt unto the great River Euphrates; the Renites <​Kenites​>, & the Renazites <​Kenazites​>, & the Hadmonites <​Kadmonites​>, & the Hitites, & the Perezites, & the Rephaimites <​Rephaims​>, & the Amonites <​Amorites​>, & the cananites <​canaanites​>, & the Pergasites <​Girgashites​>, & the Hivites <​Jebusites​>.
Genesis, Chapter 16
Chapter XIII <​16th​> Saria <​Sarai​> gave Hagar to her husband to wife because she was barren &c &c
Now Sarai, Abrams wife, bear him no Children. And She had a handmaid, an Egyptian, whose name was Hagar. And Sarai said unto Abram, Behold now, the Lord hath restrained me from bearing; I pray thee, go in unto my maid; it may be that I may <​2/​> obtain Children by her. <​2/​> And Abram hearkened unto the voice of Sarai, <​& Sarai,​> Abrams wife, took Hagar her maid the Egyptian, after Abram had dwelt with ten years in the land of Canaan, <​3/​> & gave her to her husband Abram to be his wife. <​3/​> And he went in unto Hagan [Hagar], & she conceived: And when she saw that she had conceived, her mistress was dispised in her eyes. [p. 41] <​4/​> And Sarai & sarai said unto Abram, my rong is upon thee; I have given my maid unto <​into​> thy bosom; & when she saw that she had conceived, I was dispised in her eyes: the <​5/​> Lord Judge between me & thee. <​5/​> but Abram said unto sarai, Behold, thy maid is in thy hand; do to her as pleaseth thee. And when Sarai dealt hardly with her, she fled from <​6/​> her face. <​6/​> And an Angel of the Lord found her by a fountain of water, in the wilderness, by the fountain in the way to Shur. And he Said, Hagar, Sarais maid, whence camest thou, And whither wilt thou go? And she said, I flee from <​7/​> the face of my mistress Sarai. <​7/​> And the Angel of the Lord said unto her, return to thy mistress, And submit thy self under her hands. And the Angel of the Lord said unto her, the Lord will multiply thy Seed exceedinngly, so that it shall not be numbered for multitude. And the Angel of the Lord said unto her, Behold, thou art with child, & shalt bear a Son, & shalt call his name Ishmael; because the Lord has heard thy affliction. And he will be a wild man; & his hand will be against evry man, And evry mans hand against him; And he shall dwell in the presence of <​8/​> all his brethren. <​8/​> And she called the name of the Angel of the Lord, And he spake unto her, saying, knowest thou that God sent <​seeth​> thee? & she said, I know that God seeth me for I have also here looked after him. And there was a well between Hadesh <​Kadesh​> & Bered, near where Hagar saw the Angel. And the name of the Angel was Beerlahairoi, wherefore the well was called Beerlahairoi for a memmorial, <​9/​> And Hagar bear Abram a Son: And Abram called his Sons name, which Hagar bear, Ishmael. And Abram was four <​Score​> & Six years old, when hagar bear Ishmael to Abram
Genesis, Chapter 17
Chapter XIV <​17th​> Abrams names Changed to Abraham & Circumcision instituted &c &c
<​1​> And when Abram was ninety & nine years old, the Lord appeared to Abram, And said unto him, I, the almighty God, give unto you <​thee​> a commandment that thou shalt walk uprightly before me, And be perfect. And I will make my covenant <​2/​> between me & thee, & will multiply thee exceedingly. <​2/​> And it came to pass, that Abram fell on his face, & called upon the [p. 42] name of the Lord; And God talked with him, saying, my people have gone astray from my precepts, & have not kept mine ordinances, which I gave unto their fathers; And they have not observed mine anointing, & the buriel or baptism wherewith I commanded them; but have turned from the commandment, And taken unto themselves the washing of children, & the blood of sprinkling, And have said that the blood of the righteous Abel was shed for sins, & have not known wherein <​3/​> they are accountable before me. <​3/​> But as for thee, behold, I will make my Covenant with thee, & thou shalt be a father of many Nations. And this covenant I make, that thy children may be known among all Nations. Neither shall thy name any more be called Abram, but thy name shall be called Abraham; for a Father of many Nations have I made thee. & I will make thee exceedingly fruitfull, And I will make Nations of thee; And Kings shall come up of thee, & of thy <​4/​> seed. <​4/​> And I will establish a covenant of circumcision with thee, And it shall by my covenant between me & thee & thy seed after theee, in their generations; that thou mayest know forever, that children are not accountable before me, untill they are eight years old. And thou shalt observe to keep all my covenants wherein I covenanted with thy Fathers; & thou shalt keep the commandments which I have given thee with mine own mouth, And I will be a God unto thee & thy seed after thee; And I will give unto thee, & thy seed after thee, a land wherein thou art a stranger; all the land of Canaan, for an <​5/​> everlasting possession: & I will be their God. <​5/​> And God said unto Abraham, therefore thou shalt keep my covenant, thou, & thy seed after thee, in their generations. & this shall be my covenant, which ye shall keep between me & thee, And thy seed after thee; evry man child among you shall be circumcised. And ye shall circumcise the flesh of your foreskin; And it shall be a token of the covenant betwixt me & you. And he that is eight days old shall be circumcised among you, evry man Child in your generations, he that is born in the house, or bought with money of any stranger, which is not of thy seed. He that is born in thy house, & he that is bought with thy money, must needs be circumcised: & my covenant shall be in your flesh for an everlasting [p. 43] Covenant. And the uncircumcised man child, whose flesh of his foreskin is not circumcised, that soul shall be cut off from his people; he hath broken my covenant <​6/​> And God said unto Abraham, as for Sarai, thy wife, thou thou shalt not call her name Sarai, but Sarah thou shalt call her name. And I will bless her, & I will give thee a Son of her; yea, I will bless her, & she shall be blessed; thee the Mother of Nations; Kings & people shall be of her. Then abraham fell on his face And rejoiced, & said in his heart, there shall a child be born unto him that is an hundred years old. And Sarah that is Ninety <​years old​> shall <​7/​> bear <​7/​> And Abraham said unto God oh that Ishmael might might live uprightly before thee! And God said Sarah thy wife shall bear thee a son, & thou shalt call his name Isaac; & I will establish my covenant with him also for an everlasting covenant with his seed after him, And as for Ishmael, I have heard thee; Behold, I have blessed him, & will make him fruitfull, & will multiply him exceedingly; twelve Princes shall he beget, & I will make him a great Nations. But my covenant will I establish with Isaac, whom Sarah shall bear unto thee, at this set time in the next year; And he left off talking <​8/​> with him: <​8/​> And God went up from Abraham. <​8/​> And Abraham took Ishmael his son, & all that were born in his house, & all that were bought with his money, every male among the men of Abrahams house; & circumcised the flesh of their foreskin in the self same day, as God had said unto <​9/​> him. <​9/​> And abraham was ninety & nine years old when he was circumcised in the flesh of his foreskin. And Ishm ael was thirteen years old when he was circumcised in the flesh of his foreskin. In the self same day Abraham was circumcised, & Ishmael his son; & all the men of his house, which were born in his house, & bought with money of strangers, they were also circumsiced with him
Genesis, Chapter 18
Chapter XV <​18th​> the Lord appeared unto Abraham &c Lot being warned of Angels to flee from the City of Sodom &c &c—
And the Lord appeared unto Abraham, in the plain of Mamree; And he sat in his tent door in the heat of the [p. 44] day, And he lifted up his eyes & looked, & lo, three men stood by him; And when he saw, he ran to See meet them, from his tent door, And bowed himself toward the ground, And said, my brethren, if now I have found favour in yours eyes Sight, pass not away, I pray you, from thy Servent; let a little water, I pray you, be fetched, & wash your feet, And rest yourselves under the tree; And I will fetch a morsol of bread, & comfert ye your hearts, after that you shall pass on; for therefore are ye come to <​2/​> your Servent. <​2/​> And they said, so do, as thou hast said. And Abraham hastened into the tent unto Sarah, And said, make ready quickly three measures of fine meal, knead, & make cakes upon the hearth. And Abraham ran unto the heard, And fetched a Calf, tender and good, And gave it unto a young man; And he hasted to dress it. And he took butter, & milk, & the calf which <​he​> hed [had] dressed, And set before them; & he stood by them under the tree. And they did <​3/​> eat. <​3/​> & they said unto him, where is Sarah thy wife? & he said, behold, in the tent. & one of them blessed Abraham; And he said, I will establish certainly return unto thee from my Journey, & lo, according to the time of life, & Sarah <​4/​> thy wife shall have a Son. <​4/​> And Sarah heard him in the <​4/​> tent door. <​4/​> And now Abraham & Sarah being old, & stricken in age; therefore it had ceased to be with Sarah after the manner of women, therefore Sarah laughed within herself, Saying, after I have waxed old shall I have pleasure, in <​in​> <​5/​> my Lord, being <​old​> also? <​5/​> And the Angel of the Lord said unto Abraham, Wherefore did Sarah laugh, saying, shall I of ashur shurety bear a Child, which am old? is any thing to hard for the Lord? at the time appointed, behold I will return unto thee from my Journey, which the Lord hath sent me; And according to the time of life, thou mayest know that Sarah shall have a Son. Then Sarah denied, saying, I laughed not; for she was afraid. And she <​he​> said, nay; but thou <​6/​> didst laugh. <​6/​> And the Angel<​s​> rose up from thence, & looked towards Sodom; And Abraham went with them to bring them on the way. And the Angel of the Lord said, shall I hide from Abraham that thing which the Lord will do for him; seeing that Abraham shall shurely become a great & mighty Nation, & all the Nations of the [p. 45] Earth shall be blessed in him? for I know him, that he will command his Children, & his household after him, And they shall keep the way of the Lord, to do Justice & Judgement; that the Lord may bring upon Abraham that which he has <​7/​> spoken of him. <​7/​> & the Angel of the Lord said unto Abraham, the Lord said unto us, Because the cry of Sodom & gomorah is great, & because their sin is very grievious, I will destroy them. & I will send <​you,​> & ye shall go down now, And <​see​> that their iniquitise are rewarded unto them. And ye shall have all things done altogether according to the cry of it, which is come up unto me. And if ye do it not, it shall be upon your heads; for I will destroy them, And you shall know that I will do it, for it shall be before your eyes. And the Angels, which were holy men, & were sent forth after the order of God, turned their faces from thence <​8/​> & went toward Sodom. <​8/​> But Abraham stood yet before the Lord, remembering the things which had been told him. And Abraham drew near to Sodom, And said unto the Lord, calling upon his name, <​saying​>, wilt <​thou​> destroy the righteous with the wicked? wilt thou not spare them? peradventure there may be fifty righteous within the city, wilt thou also destroy And not spare the place for the fifty righteous that may be therein? oh! may that be far from from thee to do after this manner, to slay the righteous with the wicked; And that the righteous should be as the wicked. oh! God, may that be far from thee, for shall not <​9/​> the Judge of all the Earth do right? <​9/​> And the Lord said unto Abraham, if thou findest in Sodom, fifty righteous within the City, then I will spare all this place for their sakes. And Abraham answered & said, behold now, I have taken upon me to speak unto the Lord which is able to destroy the City And lay all the people in dust And ashes; will the Lord spare them peradventure there lack five of the fifty righteous; wilt thou destroy all the City for their wickeness, if I find there forty & five righteous? & he said, I will not destroy, but spare them. And he spake unto him again & said peradventure there should be forty found there? & he said I will not d[e]stroy it for forty’s sake. And he said again unto the Lord, oh, let not the Lord be angery, & I will speak; peradventure there [p. 46] shall thirty be found there? And he said, I will not destroy them if thou shalt find thirty there. And he said, behold now, I have taken upon me to speak unto the Lord; wilt thou destroy peradventure there shall be twenty found there? And he said I will not destroy them for twentys. sake & Abraham said unto the Lord, Oh! let not the Lord be angery & I will yet speak <​but​> this time once; peradventure ten shall be found there? And the Lord said, I will not destroy them for tens. sake. And the Lord ceased speaking with Abra<​10/​>ham. <​10/​> And as soon as he had left communing with the Lord, Abraham went his way; & it came to pass that Abraham returned unto his tent. <​1​>
Genesis, Chapter 19
<​ch 19th​> And it came to pass, that there came two <​three​> Angels to sodom in the evening: And Lot sat in the door of his house in the City of Sodom. And Lot, seeing the Angels, rose up to meet them; & he bowed himself toward the ground; And he said, Behold now, my Lords, turn in now I pray you, into your servents house, And tarry all night, And wash your feet, & ye shall rise up <​2/​> early, & go on your ways. <​2/​> And they said, nay: but we will abide in the streets all night. And he pressed upon them, greatly; And they turned in unto him, & entered into his house; And he made them a feast, And did bake unleavened bread, And they did eat. But before they lay down to rest, the men of the City of Sodom compassed the house about <​round,​> [ev]en men which were both old & young, even the people <​3/​> [f]rom evry quarter: <​3/​> And they called unto Lot, & said unto him, where are the men which came in unto thee this night? <​3/​> bring them out unto us, that we may know them. <​3/​> And Lot went out of the door, unto them, And shut the door after him; And said, I pray you brethren, do not so wickedly. & they said unto him stand back. & they were angery with him. And they said among themselves, this one man came in to sojourn among us, And he will needs now make himself to be a Judge; now we will deal worse with him, then with them. Wherefore they said unto the man, we will have the man <​men​>, And thy daughters also; & we will do unto them <​4/​> as seemeth good. <​4/​> Now this was after the wickedness of Sodom, and Lot said, Behold now, I have two daughters which have not known man, let me I pray you plead with [p. 47] my brethren, that I may not bring them out unto you, & ye shall not do unto them as seemeth good in your eyes; for God will not Justify his servent in this thing; wherefore let me plead with my brethren, this once only, that unto these men ye do nothing, that they may have peace in my house; for therefore came they under the shadow of my roof. <​5/​> And they were angery with Lot, And came near to brake the door, but the Angels of God, which were holy men, put forth their hand, & pulled Lot into the house unto them, & shut the door. And they smote the men with blindness both small & great, that they could not come at the door And they were angery, so that they wearied themselves to <​6/​> find the door And could not find it. <​6/​> And these holy men said unto Lot, hast thou any here besides thy sons in law & thy sons sons, And thy daughters? And they commanded Lot, saying, whatsoever thou hast in the City, thou shalt bring out of this place, for we will destroy this place; because the cry of them is waxen great: And their abominations have come up before the face of <​the​> Lord; & the Lord <​7/​> hath sent us to destroy it. <​7/​> And lot went out & spake [unt]o his sons in law, (which maried his daughters) And said, up get ye out of this place, for the Lord will destroy this City but he seemed as one that mocked, unto his sons in law. And when the morning was come, the Angels arose, & hastened lot, Saying, arise, take thy wife & thy [two] daughters which are here lest thou be consumed in [the] iniquity of the City. And while he lingered the Angels laid hold upon his hand And upon the hand of his wife, & upon the hand of his two daughters, the Lord being merciful unto them; And they brought them forth & set them down without the City.
Chapter XVI the distruction of Sodom & Gomorrah &c.
<​8/​> And it came to pass, when they had brought them forth abroad, that they said unto them, escape for your lives; look not back behind you, Neither stay you in all the plain; escape to the Mountains, lest you be consumed. <​2 <​9​>/​> & lot <​9/​> said unto one of them, oh not so my Lord. [p. 48] Behold now, thy servent has found grace in thy sight, And thou hast magnified thy mercy, which thou hast shewed unto me in saveing my life; & I cannot escape to the Mountain, lest some evil overtake me, & I die. behold now, here is another City, And this is near to flee unto, & it is a little one; Oh,! let me escape thither, & may not destroy <​10/​> it, & my Soul shall live. <​10/​> And the Angel said unto him, See, I have accepted thee concerning this thing also, that I will not overthrow this City, for the which thou hast spoken, haste thee, escape thither; for I cannot do any thing untill thou be come thither. & the name of the <​11/​> City was called Zoar, <​11/​> therefore the Sun was even <​risen​> upon <​11/​> the Earth when Lot entered into Zoar. <​11/​> And the Lord did not destroy Sodom untill Lot had entered into Zoar; & then, when Lot had entered into Zoar, the Lord rained upon Sodom & upon Gomorrah, fire & brimstone for the Angel<​s​> called upon the name of the Lord for brimstone & fire, from the Lord out of Heaven; And thus they overthrew those Cities, & all the plain, & all the inhabitants of the Cities, & that which <​12/​> grew upon the ground. <​12/​> But it came to pass, that when Lot fled, his wife looked back from behind him, & beca[me] <​13/​> a pillar of Salt. <​13/​> And Abraham got up early in the morning to the place where he stood before the Lord; & he looked toward Sodom & Gomorrah, & toward all the land of the plain; & behold, lo! the Smoke of the Country went up <​14/​> as the smoke of a furnace. <​14/​> And it came to pass, that, when God had destroyed the Cities of the plain, that God spake unto Abraham, Saying, I have remembered Lot, And sent him out of the midst of the overthrow, that thy brother might not be destroyed, when I overthrew the City in the which thy <​15/​> Brother Lot dwelt And Abraham was comforted <​15/​> & Lot went up out of Zoar, And dwelt in the Mountain, & his two daughters with him; for he feared to dwell in Zoar. And he dwelt in a Cave, he & his two daughters. And the first born dea[lt] wickedly, And said unto the younger, our father has become old, & we have not a man on the Earth, to come in unto us, to live with us, after the manner of all that live on the Earth; therefore, come, let us make our father drink wine, And we will lie with him, that we may preserve seed of our father [p. 49] And they done wickedly, & made their father drink wine that night; And the first born went in & lay with her father; & he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she <​16/​> arose. <​16/​> & it came to pass on the morrow, that the first born said unto the younger, Behold, I lay yester night with my father; let us make him drink wine this night also: & go thou in & lay with him, that we may preserve seed of our father And they made their father drink wine that night also; & the younger arose, & lay with him; & he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she rose arose, thus were both the daughters of Lot with Child by their <​17/​> father. <​17/​> And the first born bear a Son, Aand called his name Moab; the father of the Moabites, the same which is unto this day. And the younger, she also bear a son, & called his name Ben ammi; the father of the Children of which, are Ammonites <​Amiinites​>; the same which are unto this day.
Genesis, Chapter 20
Chapter XVIII <​20th​> Abrahams Journey to the Land of Gerar he calleth his wife his Sister &c
<​1​> And Abraham Journeyed from thenc[e] toward the South country, And dwelt between Kadish <​Kadesh​> & Shur, And Sojourned in Gerar, & Abraham said again to <​of Sarah​> his wife, she is my Sister; & Abimalech, King of Gerar, sent & took Sarah, but God came to Abimalech in a dream by night, & said unto him, behold, thou hast taken <​a which <​woman​>​> which is not thine own; for she is Abrahams wife. And the Lord said unto him, thou shalt return her unto Abraham, for if thou do it not thou shalt die, And Abimelech had <​2/​> not come near her; for the Lord had not suffered him. <​2/​> And he said, Lord, wilt thou Slay h me, & also a righteous Nation? Behold, said he not unto me, she is my sister? And she, even she herself said, he is my brother; And in the integrity of my <​3/​> <​heart,​> & innocency of my hands have I done this <​3/​> And God said unto him in a dream dream, yea, I know that thou didst do this in the integrity of thy heart; for I also withheld thee from sining against me, therefore suffered I not thee to touch her now Therefore, restore the mans wife <​to him​> for he is a Prophet, And he shall pray for thee, & thou shalt live; & if thou return her not to him, know thou that thou <​4/​> shalt shurely die; thou, & all that are thine, <​4/​> therefore [p. 50] Abimelech arose early in the morning, & called his servents, & And told all these things in their ears; & the men were sore affraid, then Abimelech called Abraham, & said unto him, what hast thou done unto us? & in what have I offended thee, that thou hast brought on me & <​on​> my Kingdom a great sin? thou hast done things unto me that ought not to be done, And Abimelech said unto Abraham, what Sawest thou that <​5/​> thou hast done this thing? <​5/​> And Abraham said, because I thought asshuredly the fear of God was not in this place; And they would slay me for my wifes sake, And yet indeed she was my sister; she was the daughter of my Father, but not the daughter of my Mother; And she became my wife And it came to pass when God caused me to wander from my fatherinlaw <​father’s​> house, that I said unto her, this shall be thy kindness which thou shalt shew unto me; at every place <​6/​> whither we shall come, say of me, he is my brother. <​6/​> And Abimelech took Sheep & Oxen, & men Servents, <​&​> women Servents, & And gave unto Abraham, And restored unto him Sarah his wife And Abimalech said, Behold, my Land layeth befor[e] thee; dwell where it pleaseth thee & unto Sarah he said, behold, I have given thy brother a thousand pieces of silver; behold, he shall give unto thee a covering of the eyes, And it shall be a token unto all, that thou mayest not be taken again from Abraham <​7/​> thy husband, And thus she was reproved <​7/​> So Abraham prayed unto God; And God healed Abimelech, & his wife, & his maid Servents; & they bear unto him Children for because of Sarah, Abrahams wife, the Lord had fast closed up their <​all​> <​the​> wombs of the house of Abimelech
Genesis, Chapter 21
Chapter XIX <​21st​> A Son born to Abraham &c Abraham & Abimelech made a covenant &c
<​1​> And the Lord restored <​visited​> Sarah, as he had said, & the Lord did unto Sarah as he had spoken by the mouth of his Angels: for sarah conceived And bear Abraham a son in his old age, at the set <​2/​> time of which the Angels of God had spoken to him. <​2/​> And Abraham called his <​the​> name of his Son that was born unto him, which Sarah bear unto him, Isaach. And Abraham circumcised his son Isaac, being eight days old, as God had commanded him, And Abraham was an Hundred years old, when his <​3/​> son Isaac was born unto him. <​3/​> And sarah said, God has made [p. 51] me to rejoice; And also all that know me will rejoice with me, <​&​> she said unto Abraham, Who would have said that Sarah should have given children suck? For I was barren, but the Lord promised, <​4/​> And I have borne unto Abraham a Son in his old <​4/​> age. <​4/​> And the Child grew; & was weaned and the day that Isaac was weaned, Abimalech Abraham made a great feast, & sarah saw the Son of Hagar, the Egyptian, which she bear Hagar had borne unto Abraham, mocking; and she was troubled, wherefore she said unto Abraham, Cast out this bond woman & her son; for the son of this bond woman shall not be heir with my son Isaac. & this thing was very grieveous <​5/​> unto Abraham, because of his son. <​5/​> And God said unto Abraham let <​let​> it not be grieveious in thy sight, because of the Lad, & be[c]ause of thy bond woman; in all that Sarah has said unto thee, hearken unto thy <​her​> voice; for in Isaac shall thy seed be called, And also of the <​Son​> of the bond woman will I make a Nation, <​6/​> because he is thy seed. <​6/​> & Abraham rose up early in the morning & took bread, & a bottle of water, & gave unto Hagar; And she took the Child, & he sent her away; & she departed, & wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba. And it came to pass that the water was spent in the bottle, & she cast the child under one of the shrubs, & she went, & sat her down over against the child, a good way off, as it were a bowshot; for she said, Let me not see the death of the child. And she sat over against the <​7/​> child, And lifted up her voice & wept. <​7/​> And God heard the voice of the Lad; and the Angel of the Lord called unto <​to​> Hagar out of Heaven, And said unto her, “What aileth thee, Hagar? fear not; for God hath heard the voice of the lad where he layeth; arise, lift up the lad, & hold him in thine hand, for I will make <​of​> him a great Nation. And God opened her eyes, & she saw a well of water; and she went & filled the bottle with water, <​8/​> & gave the lad drink. <​8/​> And God was with the lad; & he grew, & dwelt in the wilderness, And became an archer, & he dwelt in the wilderness of haran <​Paran​>, he & his mother. And he took him a wife out of the land of Egypt. And it came to pass, at the time that Abimelech, & Phical the chief captain of his host, spake unto Abraham, saying, God is with thee in all that thou doest; now therefore, swear unto me here, that, by the help of God thou wilt not deal falsly with me, [p. 52] Nor with my Son, nor with my sons son; but, that according to the kindness that I have shewn unto thee, thou shalt do <​9/​> unto me, And to the land wherein thou hast sojourned. <​9/​> & Abraham said, I will swear, & Abraham reproved Abimelech, because of a will <​well​> of water, which Abimelechs Servents had recently taken away & Abimelech said, thou didst not tell me; And I knew not who has done this thing; Nether yet have I <​10/​> heard that it was done, untill this day. <​10/​> And Abraham took sheep & Oxen, & gave them unto Abimelech: And both of them made a covenant. And Abraham set Seven Ewe lambs of the flock by themselves And Abimelech said unto Abraham, What wilt thou do with these seven Ewe lambs, which thou hast set by themselves? And he said, seven Ewe lambs shalt thou take at my hand, that they may be a witness unto me that I have digged this well And because they swear, both of them, Wherefore he called that place Beersheba, <​& thus they made a covenant at Bersheba​> Then <​11/​> Abimelech, & Phical, the chief Captain of his host, rose up, & they planted a grove in B†eersheba, And called there on the name of the Lord: And they returned unto the land of the <​12/​> Philistines <​12/​> And Abraham worshiped the everlasting God, & & sojourned in the land of the Philistines many days,
Genesis, Chapter 22
Chapter XX <​22d​> Abraham was commanded to offer his only Son Isaac for an burnt offering &c &c
<​1​> And it came to pass, after these things, that God did try Abraham, And said unto him, Abraham: And Abraham said, Behold here am I <​& the Lord​> Lake <​take​> now thy son, thenee thine only Isaac, whom thou lovest, & get thee into the land of Moriah; & offer him there for a burnt offering, upon one of the Mountains <​2/​> of which I will tell thee. <​2/​> And Abraham rose up early in the morning, And saddled his ass, And took two of his young men with him, And Isaac his son, & clave the wood for the burnt offering; & rose up, & went unto the place of which God <​3/​> had told him. <​3/​> then on the third day, Abraham lifted up his eyes & saw the place afar off. And Abraham said unto his young men, abide you here with the Ass, And I, & the lad will go younder & worship, & come to you again. & Abraham took the wood of the burnt offering, & laid it upon his back; & he took the fire in his hand, And a knife; & Isaac his [p. 53] <​4/​> Son; And they went both of them together, <​4/​> & Isaac spake unto Abraham, his father, & said, My father! & he said, here am I, my Son, And he said, Behold the fire & the wood; but where is the lamb for a burnt offering? And Abraham said, My son, God will provide himself a lamb for a burnt offering. so they went, both of them together; & they came to <​5/​> the place of which God had told him. <​5/​> & Abraham built an Altar there, & laid the wood in order, & bound Isaac his son, & laid him on the Altar upon the wood, & Abraham stretched forth his hand, & took the knife to slay his son, & the Angel of the Lord called unto him out of Heaven, & said, Abraham! Abraham! And Abraham said, here am I. And the Angel said, lay not thine hand upon the lad, neither do thou any thing unto him; for now, I know that thou fearest God, seeing thou hast not withheld thy son, thine only <​6/​> Isaac, from me, <​5 <​6​>/​> And Abraham lifted up his eyes & looked, & Behold, <​behind​> a thicket, there was a Ram caught in it by his horns. And Abraham went & took the Ram, & offered him up for a burnt offering, in the stead of his Son. And Abraham called the name of that place Jehovah jireh <​Jirah,​> as it is said unto <​7/​> this day, & <​in​> the mount of the Lord it shall be seen. <​7/​> And the Angel of the Lord called unto Abraham out of Heaven the second time, And said, thus saith the Lord, I have sworn by myself, that because thou hast done this thing, And hast not with held thy son, thine only Isaac, from me; that in blessings I will bless thee; And in multiplying I will multiply thee <​thy​> seed as the stars of Heaven, & as the sand which is upon the sea shore; And thy seed shall possess the gate of the enemy of his enemies; And in thy Seed shall all the Nations of the <​8/​> Earth be blessed; because thou hast obeyed my voice, <​8/​> So Abraham returned unto his young men, And they rose up <​9/​> & went to Beersheba; And Abraham dwelt at Beersheba. <​9/​> And it came to pass after these things, that it was told Abraham saying, Behold Milcha, She has also borene children unto thy brother Nahor; Huz is his first born; And Buz is his brother, & Kemuel is the father of Aram & Chesed, Hazo, & Bildash, & Sidlaph, & Bethuel. And Bethuel begat Rebecha These Eight Milcha did bear to Nahor, Abrahams brother; & his concubine, whose name was Reumah, she bear also [p. 54] Tebah, & Gaham, & Thahasel & Maachah,
Genesis, Chapter 23
Chapter XXI <​23.d​>
<​1​> And Sarah was an Hundred & seven <​&​> twenty years old, & she died, & thus ended the years of the life of Sarah. And sarah died in Kirjath-arba; the same is now called Hebron, in the land of Canaan & Abraham came to mourn for Sarah, & to weep for her (his wife) which was dead. <​2/​> And Abraham stood up from before his dead, & spake unto the sons of Heth, saying, I am a stranger And a sojourner with you; give me a possession of a burying place with you, that I may bury my dead out none of us shall withhold from thee his sepulchre, but that <​4/​> thou mayest bury <​thy​> dead. <​4/​> And Abraham stood & bowed himself to the people of the land, & to the Children of Heth; And he com muned with them, saying, if it be your minds that I should bury my dead out of my sight, hear me, And entreat Ephron the son of Zohar for me; that he may give me the cave of Machpelah, which he hath in the end of his field; for, as much money as it is worth, he shall have, if he will give it me <​5/​> for a possession of a burying place among you. <​5/​> And Ephron <​5/​> dwelt among the Children of Heth. <​5/​> And Ephron, the Hittite, answered Abraham in the Audience of the Children of Heth, among all of them that went in at the gates of the <​his​> City saying, hear ken my Lord, & hear me; the field I give thee, & the cave that is therein, I give it thee in the presence of the Sons of my <​6/​> people; And I give it thee; therefore bury thy dead. <​6/​> And Abraham bowed down <​himself​> before the people of the land; And he spake unto Ephron in the audience of the people of the land, Saying, I pray thee hear me; if thou wilt take it of me, I will give thee money for the field, And I will bury my <​7/​> dead there; but I will give thee money for it. <​7/​> & Ephron answered Abraham, saying unto him, my lord, hearken unto me; the land thou shalt have for four hundred sheckles of silver, what shall that be betwixt me & thee? Bury therefore <​8/​> thy dead. <​8/​> And Abraham hearkened unto Ephron, and [p. 55] Abraham weighed to Ephron the silver which he had named in the audience of the sons of Heth, four hundred sheckels of silver, which was current with the merchant. And the field of Ephron, which was in Machpelah, which was before Mamree; the field, & the cave which was therein, And all the trees which that were in the field, that were in all the borders round about, were made shure unto Abraham for a possession; in the presence of the children of Heth, before all that went on <​in​> at the gate of the City, <​9/​> And after this, Abraham buried Sarah his wife in the cave of the field of Machpelah, which is before mamre; the same is called Hebron, in the land of Canaan. & the field & the cave that was therein, was <​were​> made shure unto Abraham for a possession of a burying place, by the sons of Heth—
Genesis, Chapter 24
Chapter XXII <​24th​> Abraham sweareth his eldest servent that he should not take a wife to his son Isaac of the Canaanites &c
<​1​> And now Abraham was old, being well stricken in age: And the Lord had blessed Abraham in all things. And Abraham said unto his eldest servent of his house, that ruled over all that he had; put forth I pray thee, thy hand under my hand, And I will make thee swear before the Lord, the God of Heaven, And the God of the Earth; that thou shalt not take a wife unto my Son, of the daughters of the Canaanites, among whom I dwell; But, thou shalt go unto my Country <​2/​> & to my kindred, And take a wife unto my Son Isaac. <​2/​> And the servent said unto him, perhaps the woman will not be willing to follow me unto this land, then I must needs bring thy Son again unto the land from wence thou <​3/​> camest. <​3/​> And Abraham said unto him, beware thou, that thou bring not my Son thither again, the Lord God of Heaven which took me from my fathers House, And from the land of my kindred; And which spake unto me; And that swear unto me, saying unto thee will I give this land; he shall send his Angel before thee, And thou shalt take a wife unto my Son from thence. And if the woman will not be willing to follow thee, then thou shalt be clear from this thy oath, only bring not my Son thither again. [p. 56] <​4/​> And the servent put his hand, under the hand of Abraham <​4/​> his master, And swore to him concerning this <​that​> matter. <​4/​> And the servent took ten Camels of his masters, And departed; for all the goods of his master was in his hand. And he arose, & went to Mesopotamia, unto the City of Nahor. And he made his camels to kneel down without the City, by a well of water, at evening, <​at​> the time that women go out to draw water. And he said, Oh, Lord God of my master Abraham, I pray thee, this day, that thou wouldest show kindness to my Master Abraham, & send me good speed. Behold, I stand by the well of water, And the daughters of <​the​> men of the City come out to draw water; And let it come to pass, that the damsel to whom I shall say, Let down thy Pitcher I pray thee, that I may drink; And she shall say, drink, & I will give thy Camels drink also; Let her be the one whom thou hast appointed for thy servent Isaac; And thereby shall I know that thou hast shewed kindnes unto my master. <​4 <​5​>/​> And it Came to pass, Before he had done speaking, that Behold, Rebeckah came out, who was born at <​to​> Bethuel, son of Milcha, the wife of Nahor, Abrahams. brother, with her pitcher upon her shoulder. And the damsel being a Virgin very fair to look upon, such as the servent of Abraham had not seen, neither had any man known the like unto her; And she went down to the well, And filled her <​6/​> pitcher, & came up. <​6/​> & the Servent ran to meet her, And said, Let me, I pray thee, drink a little water of thy pitcher & she said, Drink, my lord; And she hasted, & let down her pitcher upon her hand, & gave him drink. And when she had done giving him drink, she said, I will draw for thy Camels also, untill they have done drinking. And she has ted, & emptied her pitcher into the trough: And ran again unto the well to draw, & drew for all his Camels. And the man wondering at her, held his peace, pondering in his heart whether the lord had made his Journey prosperous or not, <​7/​> And it came to pass, as the Camels had done drinking, that the man took a Gold ear ring of half a sheckles <​shekels​> weight, And two bracelets for her hands, of ten shekels weight of Gold, And said, Whose daughter art thou, tell me I pray thee? And is there room in thy fathers house for us to lodge in? [p. 57] And she said unto him, I am the daughter of Bethuel the Son of Milcha, which she bar unto Nahor, she said, moreover, unto him, we have both straw & provender enough, And <​8/​> room to lodge in. <​8/​> & the man bowed down his head, & worsheped the Lord. And he said, blessed is the Lord God of my Master Abraham, who has not left my master destitute of his mercy & his truth; And when I was in the way, the <​9/​> the Lord led me to the house of my masters brethren. <​9/​> And the damsel ran to the house, & told her mother these things. And Rebecha had a brother, whose name was Laban; And Laban ran out to the man, unto the well. And it came to pass, when he saw the earrings, & braceletts upon his sisters hands, And when he heard the words of his sister Rebeckah his sister, saying, thus spake the man unto me, And <​I​> came unto the man, And Rebecha <​Behold​>, he stood by <​10/​> the Camels at the well. <​10/​> And he said, come in thou blessed of the Lord; wherefore standest thou without? for I have prepared the house, & room for the Camels. And the man <​10/​> came into the house, <​10/​> And he unburdened his Camels, And gave straw & provender for the Camels, And water to wash his feet, And the mens feet that came with him, And there was set before him food to eat; but he said, I will not eat untill I have told mine errand. And Laban said, speak on. And he said, I am Abrahams servent. And the Lord hath blessed my master greatly, And he is become great; And he hath given him flocks, & heards, And silver, & gold; And men servents, & maid servents, & Camels, <​11/​> & Asses. <​11/​> And Sarah, my masters wife, bear a son to my master when she was old; And unto him hath he given all that he hath. And my master made me swear, saying, thou shalt not take a wife to my son of the daughters of the Canaanites, in whose land I dwell; but thou shalt go unto my fathers house, And to my kindred, & take a wife unto my son. And I said unto my master, Perhaps the woman will not follow me. me And he said unto me, the Lord, before whom I walk, will send his Angel with thee, And he will prosper thy way; & thou shalt take a wife for my Son, of my kindred, And of my fathers house; then shalt thou be clear of my oath. when thou [p. 58] comest to my kindred, and if they give the not a wife for <​12/​> my son, thou shalt be clear from my oath. <​12/​> and I came this day unto the will, and said, O Lord God of my master Abraham, if now thou wilt prosper my way which I go, behold i stand by the well of water; and it shall come to pass, that when the vergin cometh forth to draw water, and i say to her, Give me i pray thee, a little water of thy pitcher to drink; and if she say to me, Both drink thou, and I also will <​also​> draw for thy camels; the same is the woman whom the Lord hath appointed out for my masters son. and before I had done speaking in my mine <​my​> heart, behold, Rebekah came forth with her pitcher on her shol<​13/​>der; and she went down unto the well, and drew water, <​13/​> and I said unto her let me drink, I pray thee; and she made haste, and let down her pitcher from her shoulder and said, Drink, and I will give thy camels drink also, so I drank, and she made the camels drink also, and I asked her, and said, whose daughter art thou? and she said, the daughter of Bethuil, Nahors son, whom Milcah bear unto him. And I gave the ear rings unto her, to put into her <​14/​> ears; and the bracelets upon her hands, <​14/​> And I bowed down my head, and worsheped the lord, and blessed the Lord god of my master Abraham, which <​who​> had led me in the rite way to take my brothers masters <​brothe[r’]s daughter​> unto his son. And <​now​> if thou wilt deal kindly and truly with my master, tell me; and if not, tell me; that I may turn <​15/​> to the right hand, or to the left. <​15/​> Then Laban and Bethuel answered, and said, the thing procedeth from the Lord; we cannot speak unto thee bad or good, Behold, Rebekah is before thee, take her and go, and let her be thy masters sons wife, as the Lord hath <​16/​> spoken. <​16/​> and it came to pass, that, when Abrahams servant heard there words, he worshiped the Lord, bowing himself to the earth. and the servant brought forth jewels of silver, and Jewels of Gold, and raiment; and gave to Rebekah. He gave also to her brother, & to her mother precious thing. And thay did eat, and drink, he and the men that were with him, and tarried all <​17/​> night. <​17/​> And they arose up in the morning, and he said, Send me away unto my master, and her brother, and her mother said, let the damsel abide with us at the least ten days; after that she shall go, and he said unto them, hinder me not, seeing the lord hath prospered my way; send me away, that I may go <​un​>to my master, and they said send for the <​we will call the​> <​18/​> damsel and inquire at her mouth, <​18/​> and thay called Rebekah, [p. 59] and said unto her, Wilt thou go with this man? and she said, I will go. and thay sent away Rebekah there sister, and her nurse, and Abrahams servant, and his men and they blessed Rebekah and said unto her, O thou our sister, be thou blessed of thousands <​19/​> of millions; and let thy seed possess the gate <​of those​> who hate them. <​19/​> And Rebekah arose, and her damsels, and they rode upon the camels, and followed the man; and the servant took rebekah, and went his way. and Isaac came from the way of the well, La-hairoi; for he dwelt in the south country, and Isaac went out to meditate in in the field, at even tide; and he lift up his eyes, and saw <​and behold​> the camels coming. and Rebekah lift up her eyes, and when she saw Isaac, she lighted off the camel, for she said unto the servant, What man is this that walketh in the field to meet us? and the servant said, it is my master; Therefore she took a <​20/​> veil and covered herself. <​20/​> and the servant told Isaac all things that he had done, and Isaac brought her into her <​his​> Mothers Sarahs tent; and took Rebekah, and she became his wife, and he loved her. and Isaac was comforted after his mothers death.

Editorial Note
At this stage in the Old Testament Translation, JS ceased dictating the entire text to his scribe . Instead, he dictated only replacement words or words to be added, and in his printed Bible he marked the locations for revisions and additions. The marking in the Bible was done sometimes in pencil but generally in ink with bold strokes. Most of the ink writing bled to some degree through the porous paper, and thus much of the ink that is visible now came from writing on the opposite side of the page. On the handwritten manuscripts, the scribes recorded the chapter and verse numbers along with the dictated words.

Genesis, Chapter 25
— (Geneces XXV. Chapter)——
verse 7— And these are the number of the years of Abrahams life which he lived, a hundred three score and fifteen years.
" 17th and these are the number of the years of the life of Ishmael, a hundred and thirty and seven years; and he gave up the ghost and died, and was gathered unto his people.
" 21st and Isaac entreated the Lord for his wife, that she might bear children, because she was barren. And the Lord was entreated of of him, and Rebekah his wife conceived.
" 22d and the children struggled together within her womb; and she said, if I am with child, why is it thus with me? and she went to inquire of the Lord.
" 32d and Esau <​said,​> behold, I am at the point of dying, and what shall this birthright prophet <​proffet​> me.
Genesis, Chapter 26
— (XXVI Chapter.)——
7th Verse and the men of the place asked him, concerning his wife; and he said, she is my sister; for he feared to say she is my wife, least the men of the place should kill him for to get Rebek[a]h because she was fair to look upon.
" 9th And Abimelech called Isaac and said, behold, of a surity Rebekah is thy wife; and how saidst thou she is thy sister [p. 60] and Isaac said unto him, I said it, because I feared least I die for her.
Genesis, Chapter 27
" — (XXVII Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 28
" — (XXVIII Chapter) Correct.——
" 22d. Verse and the place of this stone which I have set for a pillar, shall be the place of Gods house; and of all that thou shalt give me I will surely give the tenth unto thee.
Genesis, Chapter 29
— (XXIX Chapter)——
4th Verse are—— and Jacob said unto them, my brethren, from whence are ye? and they said from Haian <​Haran​>.
21st.— and Jacob said unto Laban, give unto me my wife, that I may go and take her; for my days of serving thee are fulfilled. And Laban gave her to Jacob, <​22d.​> and gathered together all the men of the place and made a feast
23 and it came to pass in the evening, that he took Leah his daughter, and brought her to Jacob; and she went in and slept with him
24th And Laban gave unto his daughter Leah, Zilpah, his hand maid, for her to be a handmaid for her,
30th. and he went in <​also​> and slept with Rachel. and he loved Rachael also more than Leah; and served with Laban yet seven other years.
31 And when the lord saw that Leah
Genesis, Chapter 30
—— (XXX Chapter)——
3d. " and lie laiy with her ——
4th. " and lie <​laiy​> with ——
9th. " To unto
16th and lie ——
Genesis, Chapter 31
— (XXXI Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 32
— (XXXII Chapter)——
11th.— Mothers——
Genesis, Chapter 33
— (XXXIII Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 34
— (XXXIV Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 35
— (XXXV Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 36
—(XXXVI Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 37
—(XXXVII Chapter)——
2d. Verse And this is the hystory of the generations of Jacob
Genesis, Chapter 38
— (XXXVIII Chapter)——
2d. Verse — and lay with her——
8th and Judah said unto Onan, go and marry thy brothers [p. 61] wife and raise up seed unty <​unto​> thy Brother <​9th.​> and Onon knew <​that​> the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he married his Brothers wife, that he would not lie with her, Least he should raise up seed unto his Brother——
16th.— And lie with thee——
Do [Ditto] " and lie with——
18th.— and slept with——
Genesis, Chapter 39
(XXXIX Chapter)——
8th Verse— Knoweth——
22d— (overseer)——
Genesis, Chapter 40
" — " (XL Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 41
" — " (XLI. Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 42
" — " (XLII. Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 43
" — " (XXIII <​XLIII​>. Chapter) Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 44
" — " (XLIV. Chapter) Correct——
15th. " knew——
Genesis, Chapter 45
" — " XLV. Chapter—— Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 46
" — " XLVI. Chapter— Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 47
" — " XLVII. Chapter— Correct——
Genesis, Chapter 48
" — " XLVIII. Chapter——
1st. And it came to pass after these things, that it was told Joseph, saying, behold thy Father is sick. and he took with him his two sons, Manasseh, and Ephraim,
2d And it was told Jacob, saying, look and behold thy son Josept cometh unto thee; and Israel strengthened himself and sat upon the bed.
3 " and Jacob said unto Joseph, God Allmighty appeared unto me at Luz, in the Land of Canaan; and blessed me,
4 " And said unto me, Behold, I will make thee fruitfull,
5 and muliply thee, saith the Lord; and I will <​make​> of thee a multitude of people, and will give this land to thee <​thy​> seed after thee, for an everlasting possession.
5 " <​4​> and now, of thy two sons, Epraim and Manassah, which were born unto thee in the Land of Egypt, before I came unto thee in<​to​> Egypt; behold, thay are mine, and the God of my Father<​s​> shall bless them; even as Reuben and Simeon they shall also be blessed, for they are mine;
6 " <​5​> Wherefore they shall be called after my name, (therefore they were called Israel.) [p. 62] and thy Issue, which thou begetest after them, shall be thin <​thine​>, and shall be called after the name of there brethren in there inheritence, in there tribes; therefore they were called the tribes of Manasseh & <​of​> Ephraim. <​5/​> and Jacob said unto Joseph, when the God of my Fathers appeared unto me in Luz, in the Land of Canaan; he sware unto me, that he would give unto me, and unto my seed, the land for an everlasting possession, therefore, O my son, he hath blessed me in raising thee up to be a servant unto me, in saving my house from death, in delivering my people, thy Brethren, from famin which was sore in the Land; wherefore the god of thy fathers shall bless thee, and the fruit of thy loins, that they shall be blessed above thy brethren, and above thy fathers house; for thou hast prevailed, and thy Fathers house has bowed down unto thee, even as it was shewen unto thee, before thou wast sold into Egypt, by the hands of thy Brethren; wherefore thy Brethren shall bow down unto thee from Generation to generation, unto the fruit of thy loins for ever; to be a <​for thou shalt​> be a light unto my people, to deliver them in the days of there captivity, from there bondage; and to bring salvation unto them, when thay are alltogether bowed down uder sin. <​6/​> and therefore, as for me, when i came from Padan, Rachael died by me in <​the Land of​> Canaan, in the way when we were yet <​but​> alittle way to come unto Eprath; And I Buried <​7/​> her tharre in the way to <​of​> Ephrath; <​the same is called Bethlihem. /​> <​7/​> and Israel behold <​beheld​> Joseph sons, and said, who are these? and Joseph said unto his father, they are my sons, whom god thah given me in this place <​Land​>, and he said, bring them, I pray, thee unto me, and I will bless them.
<​KJ​> 10th. Verse—— well—
Genesis, Chapter 49
— XLIX Chapter——
" 1—— what—
" —— " L Chapter——
Verse 25 <​24​> " And Joseph said unto his Brethren, I die, and go unto my Fathers; and I go down to my grave with Joy. the God of my Father Jacob be with you, do <​to​> deliver you out of affiction in the day of your bondage; for the Lord hath visited me, and I have obtained a promise of the lord, that out of the fruit of my loins, the Lord God will raise up a righteous branch, unto me <​out of my lines;​> [p. 63] <​&​> unto thee, whom my Father Jacob that <​hath​> named Israel, a prophet, not the Masiah, who is called shilo; and this prophet shall deliver my people out of Egypt, in the day<​s​> of thy bondag[e] <​25/​> and it shall come to pass, that they shall be scattered again, and a branch shall be broken off, and shall be carried into a far country; nevertheless they shall be rembered in the covenants of the Lord, when the Masiah cometh; for he shall be made manifest unto them in the latter days, in the spirit of power; and shall bring them out of darkness unto light; out of hiden darkness, and out of <​26/​> captivety unto freedom. <​26/​> a seeer shall the lord my God raise up, which <​who​> shall be a choise seeer unto the fruit of my lines. Thus saith the lord God of my fathers unto me, a <​seer​> choise <​seer​> s will I raise up out of the fruit of thy loins, and he shall be esteemed highly among the fruit of thy loins. And unto him will I give commandment, that he shall do a work for the fruit of thy loins, his brethren; and he shall bring them to the knowlede of the covenents which I have made with thy father; and he shall do whatsoever work I shall command him. and I will make him great in my <​mine​> eyes; for he shall do mine <​my​> work; and he shall be great like unto him whom I have said I would raise up unto you, to deliver my people, o house of Israel, out of the land <​27/​> of Egypt; <​/​> for a seer will I raise up out of the fruit of thy lines, do deliver my people out of the land of Egypt; and <​he​> shall be called Moses, and by this name he shall know that he is of thy house, for he shall be nursed by the Kings daughter and shall be called her <​27/​> son. <​27/​> and again, a seer will I raise up out of the fruit of thy lines <​loines​>, and unto him will I give power to bring forth my word unto the seed of thy loins; and not to <​th​> bringing forth my word only, saith the Lord, but to the convincing <​them​> of my word, which shall have already have gone forth among them in the last days. wherefore, the fruit of my <​thy​> loins shall write, and the fruit of the loines of Judah shall write; and that which shall be written by the fruit of thy loines, and also that which shall be writen by the fruit of the loins of Judah shall grow to [p. 64]gether unto the confounding of fals doctorings, and laying down of contentions, and establishing peace among the fruit of thy loines, and bringing them to the knowlede of there fathers in the latter days; and also to <​the Knowledge of​> my covenants, saith the Lord. and out of weekness shall be made strong, in the <​that​> latter day when my work shall go forth among all my people, which shall restore them who are of the house of Israel in the last days. and that seer will I bless, and they that seek to distroy him shall be confoundid; for this promise I give unto you, for I will remember you from generation to generation; and his name shall be called Joseph, and it shall be after the name of his Father; and he shall be like unto you; for the thing which the Lord shall bring forth by his hand, shall bring my peo<​28/​>ple unto salvation. <​28/​> And the Lord sware unto Joseph, that he would preserve his seed forever, saying, I will raise up moses. and a rod shall be in his hand, and he shall gather together my people; and he shall lead them as a flock, and he shall smite the waters of the Red sea with his rod. And he shall have Judgment, and shall write the lord <​word​> of the Lord, and he shall not speek many words, for I will write unto him my law, by the finger of mine own hand. and I will make a spokesman for him, and his <​29/​> name shall be called Aaron <​29/​> and it shall be done unto thee in the last days also, even as I have sworn. Therefore, Joseph said unto his brethren, God will surely visit you, and bring you out of this land, unto the land which he sware unto Abraham, and to Isaac, and to <​30/​> Jacob. <​30/​> and Joseph confermed many other things unto his brethren, and took an oath of the Children of Israel, saying unto them, god will <​surely​> visit you, and ye shall carry up my bones from hence. so Joseph died, when he was an hundred and ten years old; and they embalmed him, and they put him in a coffin in Egypt; and he was kept from burial, by the Children of Israel, that he might be carried up and laid in the sepulchar with his fathers, and thus they remebered the oath which they sware unto him. [p. 65]
Exodus, Chapter 1
Exodus or 2d. Book of Moses
" — " I. Chapter——
verse 1 Now these are the names, of the Children of Israel which came into Egypt; evry man according to his household which <​who​> came with Jacob
Exodus, Chapter 2
" —— " IId. Chapter "— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 3
" — " IIId." Chapter "——
Verse 2d. and again the presence of God <​the Lord​> appeared unto him in a flame " of fire, in the midst of a bush. And he looked, and behold the " bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed,
3d " Consumed——
Exodus, Chapter 4
" —— "IV" Chapter..——
Verse 21 and I will prosper thee, but Pharoah will harden his " hart, and he will not let the People go.
24th and it came to pass, that the lord appeared unto him " as he was in the way, by the Inn, <​&​> The Lord was angry " with Moses, and his hand was about to fall upon <​him,​> to kill " him, for he had not circumcised his son. <​25/​> then Ziporah " <​25/​> took a sharp stone and circumcised her son, and cast " the stone at his feet, and said, surely thou art a " bloody husband unto me. And the lord spared " Moses, and let him go, because Ziporah, his wife, " circumcised the child. And she said, thou art a " bloody husband. And Moses was ashamed, and hid " his face from the Lord, and said, I have sinned " <​26/​> before the Lord. <​26/​> And the Lord said to Aaron, " go into the wilderness, to meet Mosses, And he went " and met him, in the mount of God; in the mount " where God appeared unto him, and Aaron kissed " him
Exodus, Chapter 5
" — ..V.. Chapter——
Verse 4 Lead.——
Exodus, Chapter 6
" — ..VI.. Chapter——
3d. and I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob. I am the Lord God Almighty, the Lord Jehovah. And was not my name known unto them? yea, and I have also established my covenent with them, to give which I made with them, to give them the land of canaan; the land of there pilgrimage, wherein they were strangers.— 8th I the Lord will do it.—
12th.— is [p. 66]
14th are— are—
15thare 26th. Verse these are the sons of Aaron, according <​to​> there families, and all these are the names of the children of Israel, according tho <​to​> the heads of there families, that the Lord said unto Aaron, and Moses, they should bring up out out of the Land of Egypt, according to there armies. These are they, concerning whom the Lord spake to Pharoh, King of Egypt, that he should let them go. And he sent Moses and Aaron to bring out the children <​of Israel​> from Egypt, <​27/​> and it came to pass, on the day the lord spake unto Moses, in the Land of Egypt, that the Lord commanded Moses that he should speak unto Pharoh, King of Egypt, all that I say unto theee, saying, I, the Lord, will do unto Pharoah King of Egypt, all that I say unto thee. And Moses said before the lord, <​behold,​> I am of stammering lips, and slow of speech; how shall Pharoah hearken unto me?
Exodus, Chapter 7
" —— VII. Chapter——
verse 1st. and the Lord said unto Moses, see, I have made the a prophet to Pharaoh, and Aaron thy brothe shall be thy spokes man, Thou shalt speak unto thy brother, all that I command thee; and Aaron thy brother shall speak unto Pharaoh, that he send the children of Israel out of his land.
and Pharaoh will harden his heart, as I said unto thee; <​and​> thou shall multiply my signs, and my wonders, in the Land of Egypt, but Pharaoh will not hearken unto you, there<​fore​> I will lay my hand upon Egypt, and bring forth my <​mine​> armies, <​my people,​> the Children of Egypt <​Israel,​> out of the land of Egypt by great judgements.
9th. that I may know you——
13th and Pharoah heardened his heart that he hearkened not unto them, as the Lord had said,
Exodus, Chapter 8
" —— VIII. Chapter, Correct——
Exodus, Chapter 9
" —— IX Chapter——
12th And Pharaoh hardened his heart
16 <​17​>th. therefore speak unto Pharaoh the thing which I command thee; who as yet exalteth himself that he will not let them go
Exodus, Chapter 10
" —— " X— Chapter——
Verse 1st. And the Lord said unto Moses, Go in unto Pharaoh for he hath hardened his heart, and the hearts of his servants, [p. 67]
therefore, I will shew these <​my​> signs before him,
20th. But Pharaoh heardened his heart
27th. But Pharaoh hardened his heart and he would not let them go . . .
Exodus, Chapter 11
" ——..XI.. Chapter——
8th And all these, the servants of Pharaoh shall come down unto me, and bow down themselves unto me, saying, get thee out and all the people that follow thee; And after that I will go out. And the Lord said unto Mosses, Pharaoh will not hearken unto you, therefore my wonders shall be multiplied in the land of Egypt. & Moses, and Aaron, did all these wonders before Pharaoh, & they went out from Pharaoh, and he was in a great anger. and Pharaoh hardened his heart, so that he would not let the Children of Israel go out of his Land.
Exodus, Chapter 12
" —— ..XII. Chapter.——
<​*​> 33d. Verse For we have found our first born all dead, therefor get ye out of the land Least we die also.
37th and the children <​of Israel​> Journeyed from Rameses to succoth about six hundred thousand men on foot, besides women and children,
Exodus, Chapter 13
" — " XIII. —Chapter.—— Correct
Exodus, Chapter 14
" — " XIV. Chapter.——
4 " and Pharaoh will harden his heart
8 " and Pharaoh hardened his heart
17 " I say unto thee the hearts of the Egypians shall be hardened
20 " to the Egyptians—— the Israelites
Exodus, Chapter 15
" — " XV Chapter.— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 16
" — " XVI. Chapter.— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 17
" — " XVIII <​XVII​> Chapter.— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 18
1st. Verse— high— " XIX <​XVIII​> Chapter.——
Exodus, Chapter 19
" — " XIX. Chapter.— Correct
Exodus, Chapter 20
" — " XX. Chapter.——
23 " Verse Ye shall not make unto you gods of silver, neither shall ye make unto you Gods of Gold
Exodus, Chapter 21
" " XXI. Chapter.
6 " Vers— his—
8. " not— to do this—
20 " put to death
21 " Notwithstanding, if he continue a day or two and recover, [p. 68] he shall not be put to death, for he is his servant——
Exodus, Chapter 22
" " XXII.— Chapter—
18th. " murderer——
28 " against God,——
Exodus, Chapter 23
" " XXIII.— Chapter—
3d. " wicked——
Exodus, Chapter 24
" — " XXIV. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 25
" — " XXV. Chapter Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 26
" — " XXVI. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 27
" — " XXVII. Chapter—
8 " thay <​thou​>
Exodus, Chapter 28
" — " XXVIII. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 29
" — " XXIX. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 30
" — " XXX. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 31
" — " XXXI. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 32
" — " XXXII, Chapter—
1st Verse— (“Know”) <​note​> which <​Should​> in <​be​> in the place of “wot” in all places Thy people will repent of this evil therefore come <​thou​> not out against them
And the lord turned from his firce wrath and Aaron and all the people repented of the evil which they had thought to do unto Mosses and the Lord came not out against them to cut them off
23 " (Know signifies wot in all places)——
12 Verse thy <​people​> will repent of this evil therefore come thou not out against them
14th. and the Lord said unto Moses, if they will repent of the evil which they have done, I will spare them, and turn away my fierce wrath; but, behold, thou shalt exicute judgment upon all that will not repent of this evil this day. Therefore, <​see​> thou do this thing that I have commanded thee, or I will exicute all that which I had thought to do unto my people,
35 " worshiped
Exodus, Chapter 33
" — " XXXIII. Chapter——
1 Verse and the Lord said unto Moses, depart, and go up hence, thou and the <​people​> which thou hast brought up out of the land of Egypt, unto a land flowing with milk and honey; the land which I sware unto Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, saying, unto thy [p. 69] thy seed will I give it
Verse 20th. And he said unto Moses, Thou canst not see my face at this time, least mine anger is kindled against thee also, and I distroy thee and thy people; for there shall no man among them see me at this time and live, for thay are exceding sinful, and no sinful man hath at any time, neither shall there be any sin <​/​> ful man at any time <​that shall see my face​> and live, <​/​> And the Lord said, behold, thou shalt stand upon a rock, and I will prepare a place by me, for thee; and it shall come to pass, while my glory passeth by, that I will put thee in a cleft of a rock, and cover thee with my hand, while I pass by, and I will take away mine hand, and thou shalt see my back parts, but my face shalt not be seen, as in former at other times; for I am angry with my people Israel
Exodus, Chapter 34
XXXIV. Chapter——
1 Vers and the Lord said unto Moses, hew thee two other tables of stones, like unto the first, and I will write upon them also, the words of the Law, according as they were writen at the first, on the tables which thou breakest; but it shall not be according to the first, for I will take away the priesthood out of there midst; therefore my holy order; <​and the ordinences thereof,​> shall not go before them; for my presence shall not go up in there midst Least I distry them. But I will give unto them the law as at the fist, but it shall be after the law of a carnal commandment; for I have sworn in my wrath, that they shall not enter into my presence, into my rest, in the days of there pilgrimage. Therefore do as I have commanded thee, and be ready in the morning, and come up in the morning into <​unto​> mount sinai, and present thy self there, to me, in the top of the mount,
4 " and Moses hewed two tables of stone, like unto the first, and he rose up early in the morning and went up unto mount sinai, as the Lord had commanded him, and took in his hand the two tables of stone,
7 "— Rebelious—
14th. Jehovah—
35th. the Lord [p. 70]
Exodus, Chapter 35
". . . — "XXXV. Chapter— Correct
Exodus, Chapter 36
" — "XXXVI. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 37
" — "XXXVII. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 38
" — "XXXVIII. Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 39
" — "XXXIX.—— Chapter— Correct—
Exodus, Chapter 40
" — "XL.—— Chapter—
Verse 21,st. into
Leviticus, Chapter 1
Verse 2 The Third Book of Moses, called Leviticus;
" — Chapter— I" Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 2
" — Chapter— II" Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 3
" — Chapter— III" Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 4
" — Chapter— IV" Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 5
" — Chapter— V" Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 6
" — Chapter— VI" Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 7
" — Chapter— VII" Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 8
" — Chapter— VIII" Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 9
" — Chapter— IX Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 10
" — Chapter X Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 11
" — Chapter XII <​XI.​> Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 12
" — Chapter XII——
3d Verse " and in the eighth day, the man child shall be circumcised; and she shall then continue in the time of her purifing and <​which​> shall be three and thirty days. She shall touch no unholloed thing nor come into the sanctury untill the days of her purefing [purifying] be fulfilled. But if she bear a maid child, she shall be unclean two weeks an <​as​> in her seperation; and she shall continue in the time of her purifying three score and six days,——
Leviticus, Chapter 13
" — Chapter XIII. Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 14
" — Chapter— XIV. Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 15
" — Chapter— XV. Correct—
Leviticus, Chapter 16
" — Chapter— XVI. Correct—
Leviticus, Chapter 17
" — Chapter— XVII. Correct—
Leviticus, Chapter 18
" — Chapter— XVIII. Correct—
Leviticus, Chapter 19
" — Chapter— XIX. Correct—
Leviticus, Chapter 20
" — Chapter— XX. Correct.—
Leviticus, Chapter 21
" — Chapter— XXI.——
1 Verse " with——
11 " touch—— [p. 71]
Leviticus, Chapter 22
" —— Chapter XXII.——
9 Verse " not mine ordanancies—— will.——
Leviticus, Chapter 23
" — Chapter— XXIII.— Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 24
" — Chapter— XXIV.— Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 25
" — Chapter— XXV.— Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 26
" — Chapter— XXVI.— Correct——
Leviticus, Chapter 27
" — Chapter— XXVII.— Correct——
Numbers, Chapter 1
The fourth Book of Moses called Numbers——
"—— Chapter I, —— Correct——
Numbers, Chapter 2
" —— Chapter II,—— Correct——
Numbers, Chapter 3
" —— Chapter III,—— Correct——
Numbers, Chapters 4–15
" All the Chapters previous to the XVI Chapter is <​are​> correct——
Numbers, Chapter 16
" —— Chapter XVI——
" Verse 10th. High priesthood——
Numbers, Chapters 17–21
" The following Chapter are all Correct to the XXII
Numbers, Chapter 22
" —— Chapter XXII,——
Verse 20th. And God came unto Balaam at night, and said unto him " if the men go <​come​> to call thee, rise up, and if thou wilt go with them; but yet, " the word which I shall say unto thee, shalt thou speak,
The remainder of the Chapters in this book are all correct——
Deuteronomy, Chapter 1
The Fifth Book of Moses called Deuteronomy
" Chapter I.. Correct——
Deuteronomy, Chapter 2
" — Chapter II..——
Verse 32d <​30th​> But sihon, King of heshbon, would not let us pass by him; for he heardened his spirit, & made his heart obstinate, that the Lord thy God might deliver him into thy hand, as he hath done this day——
Deuteronomy, Chapters 3–9
" All correct up to the tenth Chapter——
Deuteronomy, Chapter 10
" Chapter X,
Verse 1st. At that time the Lord said unto me, hewe thee two other tables of stone, like unto the first, and come up unto me upon the mount, and make thee an ark of wood. And I will write on the tables the words that were on the first tables which tho breakest, save the words of the <​everlasting​> covenant of the holy Priest hood, and thou shalt put them in the ark.
Deuteronomy, Chapters 11–13
" All correct up to the XIV Chapter
Deuteronomy, Chapter 14
" — Chapter XIV— Verse 21st.—not—— not——
Deuteronomy, Chapters 15–33
" All correct to the XXXIV Chapter [p. 72]
Deuteronomy, Chapter 34
" — Chapter XXXIV " Verse 5th. So Mosses, the Servant of the Lord died thare in the land of Moab, according to the word of the Lord. for the Lord took him unto his Fathers, in a valley in the land of Moab, over against Bithpeor <​Bethpeor​>; therefore no man knoweth of his sepulchar unto this day.
Joshua, Chapters 1–10
—— The. Book. of Joshua.——
" All correct up to the XI Chapter——
Joshua, Chapter 11
" — Chapter XI,——
Verse 20th For it was of the Lord to distroy them utterly, because they hardened there hearts, that they should come against Israel in battle; that they might have no faver, that they might destroy them <​in​> battle, as the lord commanded Moses,
Joshua, Chapters 12–24
All the rest of the Chapters in Joshua are Correct
Judges, Chapter 2
——The Book of Judges.——
" Chapter II——
18 Verse The Lord hearkened——
Judges, Chapters 3–21
" all the rest of the Chapters in Judges are correct——
Ruth, Chapters 1–4
" —— The Book of Ruth——
" The Book of Ruth is all correct——
1 Samuel, Chapter 15
" —— The first Book of Samuel otherwise called —— The first Book of the Kings——
" Chapter XV.
" Verse 11, I have set up Saul to be a king, & he repenteth " not that he hath sinned, for he has <​his​> turned back from following me; and hath not performed my commandments, and it grieved Samuel, and he cryed unto the Lord all night——
Verse 35th. And Samuel came no more to see Saul untill the day of this <​his​> death, nevertheless, Samuel mourned for Saul, And the Lord rent the kingdom from Saul, whom he had made king over Israel——
1 Samuel, Chapter 16
Chapter XVI.——
" 16th Vers which is not off <​of​>,——
" 23d Verse which was not <​off of​>——
1 Samuel, Chapter 18
" Chapter XVIII,——
Verse 10th. which was not <​off of​>—— [p. 73]
1 Samuel, Chapter 19
" Chapter XIX——
" Verse 9th. which was not off <​of​>——
1 Samuel, Chapter 28
" —— Chapter XXVIII,——
9 Verse And the woman said unto him, behold, thou know est what Saul that <​hath​> done, how he hath cut off those that hath familiar spirits, and the wizards, out of the land; wherefore <​then​> layest thou a snare for my life, to cause me to die? also, who have <​hath​> not a farmiliar spirit? and Saul sware unto her by the Lord, saying, as the Lord liveth, then shall no punishment hapen to thee for this thing Then said the woman, the words of whom shall I bring up unto thee? and he said, bring <​me​> up the words of Samuel. And when the woman saw the words of Samuel, she cryed with a loud voice; and the woman spake to Saul, saying, why hast thou deceived me? for tho[u] art Saul. And the king said unto her, be not afraid for, what sawest thou? And the woman said unt[o] saul, I saw the words of samuel assending out of the earth, And she said, I saw Samuel also. And he said unto her, what form is he of? and she said, I saw an old man coming up, covered with a mantle. And Saul perceived that it was Samuel, and he stooped his face to the ground, and bowed himself. And these are <​the​> words of Samuel unto Saul; why hast thou disquieted me, to bring me up? and Saul answered, I am sore distressesed, for the phalistains make war against me, and God is departed from me, and ans wereth me no more, neither by prophets, nor by dreams; therefore I have called thee, that thou mayest make know unto me what I shall do,
1 Samuel, Chapters 29–31
" The rest of the first book of Samuel is Correct
2 Samuel, Chapter 12
" The Seccond Book of Samuel otherwise called
" The Seccond Book of the Kings
"— Chapter XII——
Verse 13— not—— that
2 Samuel, Chapter 24
XXIV Chapter——
" Verse 17 16th. And when the Angel streatched out his hand upon Jerusalem to distroy it, the Lord said unto him [p. 74]
" stay now thine hand, it is enough; for the people repented and the lord stayed the hand of the Angel, that he distroyed not the peopl, and the angel of the Lord was by the thresh hold of Araunah, the Jebuzite——
Verse 17— for——
" All the rest of the Book of Samuel is Correct
1 Kings, Chapter 3
The first Book of the Kings, commonly called
— The Third Book of the Kings——
"—— Chapter III,——
" Verse 1 And the Lord was not pleased with Solomon, for he made affinity with Pharaoh, King of Egyp; and took Pharaoh Daughter to wife, and brought her into the City <​house​> of David, untill he had made an end of building, his own house, and the house of the Lord and the wall of Jerusalem round about; and the Lord blessed solomon for the People<​s​> sake only. And the people sacrifised in high places, becaus there was no house built unto the name of the Lord, until those days. And because the Lord blessed Solomon as he was walking in the statutes of David his Father, he began to Love the Lord; & he sacrifised and burnt incense in high places, and he called on the name of the Lord. And the King went to Gibeon to sacrifise there, for Gibeon was in a great high place; and Solomon offered upon that alter, in Gibeon, a thousand <​burnt​> offerings. And the Lord <​God​> harkened unto Solomon, and appeared unto him by <​in a​> dream by night, and said, ask what I shall give thee. And Solomon said, thou hast shewed unto my <​thy​> Servant David my Father, great things according to my <​thy​> mercy, when he walked before thee in truth, and in righteousness and in uprghtness of heart with thee; and thou hast kept for him this great kindness, <​that​> thou hast given him a son to sit on his throne this day. and now, O Lord my God, thou hast made thy servant King, instead of David my Father, over thy people; and I know not how to leave <​lead​> them, for to leave go out or come in before them; and thy servant am as a little child, in the mids of thy people whom thou hast chosen, a great people that cannot be nubered, nor counted for multitude
Verse— 9th— people— [p. 75]
Verse 12th. Behold, I have done according to thy word; lo, I have given thee a wise and an understanding heart; so that there was none made King over Israel like unto thee before thee, neither after thee shall any arise like unto thee.
14th. And if thou wilt walk in my ways, to keep my stat— uts, & <​my​> commandments, then I will lengthen thy days, and thou shalt not walk in unrighteousness as did thy Father David
1 Kings, Chapter 11
"— XI Chapter——
<​4,​> Verse For it came to pass, when Solomon was old, his wives turned away his heart after other Gods; and his heart was not perfect with the Lord his God, and it became as the heart of David his Father.
6th. And Solomon did evil in the sight of the Lord, as David his Father, and went not fully after the Lord.
33d Because that they have forsaken me and <​have​> worshiped Ashtorath the Godess of the Zidonians, chemosh the God of the moabites, and Milcom the God of the children of Ammon, and have not walked in my ways, do that which is right in mine eyes, and my statutes and my Judgments, and his heart is become as David his father; and he repenteth not as did David his Father, that I may forgive him. howbeit, I will not take the whole kingdom out of his hand, but I will make him prince all the days of his Life, for David my servants sake, whom I chose, because he kept my commandment and my statutes <​in​> that day.
But I will take the kingdom out of his sons hand, and will give unto thee ten tribes. And unto his son will I give one tribe, that David my servant may have a light alway be fore me in Jerusalem, the city which I have chosen me, to put my name thare. And I will take thee, and thou shall reign according to all that thy soul desireth, and shall be King over Israel, And it shall be, if thou wilt harken unto all that I command thee, and will <​wilt​> walk in my ways, and do right in my sight, to keep my statutes and my commandments, as David my servant did in the day that I blessed him; I will be with thee, and build thee a sure house as I built for David, and give Israel unto thee.
And, for the transgression of David, and also for the People I have rent the kingdom, and for this I will afflict the [p. 76] seed of David, but not forever. Solomon
1 Kings, Chapter 13
" — Chapter XIII——
18 Nerse <​verse​> He said unto him, I am a Prophet also, even as thou, And an Angel spake unto me ay <​by​> the word of the Lord, saying, bring him back with thee into thine house, that he may eat bread and drink water, that I may proove him; and he lied not unto him,
1 Kings, Chapter 14
" —— Chapter XV <​XIV​>——
Verse 8th. And rent the kingdom away from the house of David, and gave it thee; because he kept not my commandments, But thou hast not been as my servant David, when he followed me with all his heart, only to <​do​> right in mine eyes
1 Kings, Chapter 15
Chapter XV
3d— verse Lord commanded
5th. because David did right right in the eyes of the Lord, and turned not aside from all that he commanded him, to sin against the Lord; but repented of the evil all the days of his life, save only in the matter of Uriah the Hittite, wherein the Lord cursed him,
11th and as he commanded <​Asa​> did right in the eyes of the Lord, as he commanded David his Father; and he took away the Sodomites out of the Land, and remooved all the Idols that his fathers had made, and it pleased the Lord.
1 Kings, Chapter 18
"—— Chapter XVIII,——
Verse 37. Hear me, O Lord, hear me, that this people may know that thou art the Lord God, thnd <​and​> thou mayest turn there heart back again.——
1 Kings, Chapters 19–22
" All the rest of the first Book of the Kings Correct
2 Kings, Chapter 1
The Seccond Book of the Kings commonly called
— The Fourth Book of the Kings,—
"— Chapter I,——
Verse 10th.— out of——
12th.—— out of——
14th.—— out of——
2 Kings, Chapter 8
"— Chapter X <​VIII​>——
Vers 10 And Elisha said unto him, if thou wilt go and say unto him, Thou mayes certain<​ly​> recover, howbeit, the Lord [p. 77]hath shewed me that he shall surely die,
2 Kings, Chapter 9–25
" The rest of the Seccond Book of the Kings Correct
1 Chronicles, Chapter 10
" The firsts Book of the Chronicles;
"—— Chapter X——
" Verse 13th. or— for——
1 Chronicles, Chapter 21
"—— Chapter XXI——
Verse 15 And the Angel streached forth his hand unto Jerusalem to distroy it; and God said to the Angel, Stay now thine hand, it is enough, for as he was distroying, the Lord beheld Israel, that he repented him of the evil; therefore the Lord stayed the Ange[l] <​that distroyed,​> as he stood by the threshing floor of Ornan, the Jebuzite.——
20 Now Ornan was threshing wheat, and his four sons with him; and Ornan turned back and saw the Angel, and they hid themselves.
1 Chronicles, Chapters 22–29
" The rest of the first Book of the Chronicles Correct
2 Chronicles, Chapter 1
"— The Seccond Book of the Chronicles——
"— Chapter Corst <​first​> Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 2
Do 2d <​3d v​> therefore——
4 verse and this ordinance shall be kept in Israel for ever
5— and the house which I build shall be a great house for great is the Lord our God above all Gods
7 have—
8 have—— I will send—
2 Chronicles, Chapter 3
" —— <​III​>— Fourth Chapt Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 4
"— IV Chapter Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 5
"— V Chapte Correct—
2 Chronicles, Chapter 6
"— VI Do— Correct ——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 7
"— VII, Do— Do— D——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 8
"— VIII, Do— Do——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 9
"— IX. Do— Do——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 10
"— X. . Do— Do—
2 Chronicles, Chapter 11
"— XI. . Do— Do——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 12
"— XII. . Do— Do——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 13
"— XIII. . Do— Do—
2 Chronicles, Chapter 14
" — XIV,— D— Do— [p. 78]
2 Chronicles, Chapter 15
Chapter XV,— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 16
"— Do— XVI— Do——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 17
"— Do— XVII Do—
2 Chronicles, Chapter 18
<​" —— Do XVIII— Chapter——​>
"— Do 20 verse them— Lying—
"— Do 21 for all these have sinned against me
"— Do 22— found—
2 Chronicles, Chapter 19
"— Do— XVIII <​XIX​>— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 20
"— Do XX. 2 verse— are— Do— w was called—
" — Do 6 verse and said, O Lord God, of our fathers, thou God who art in heaven, and rulest over all the kingdoms of the heathen, and in thy hand thou hast power and might, so that none is able to withstand thee,
7 " thou our God didst drive out the inhabitents of this Land before thy people Israel, and gavest it to the seed of Abraham thy friend forever,
11 Behold, they reward us not, but have come to cast us out of thy possession, which thou hast given us to inherit, it, on
17— go— Do way <​Day​>
2 Chronicles, Chapter 21
XXI— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 22
XXII— Correct <​2 verse Twenty two and twenty​>——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 23
XXIII— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 24
XXIV—— 9— of— 22d me—— me——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 25
XXV— verse 18— grew— grew——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 26
XXVI— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 27
XXVII— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 28
XXVII— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 29
XXIX—— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 30
XXX.—— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 31
XXXI— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 32
XXXII— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 33
XXXIII— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 34
XXXIV— 16 Verse and Shaphan carried the book to the king, and brought the word of the king back again, saying, all that was commited to thy servants they do
2 Chroniclse, Chapter 35
XXXV— Correct——
2 Chronicles, Chapter 36
XXXVI— Correct—— [p. 79]
Ezra, Chapter 1
The Book of Ezra
I " Chapter. Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 2
II " Do— Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 3
III " Do— Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 4
IV " Do— Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 5
V " Do— Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 6
VI " Do— Correct——
VI " Do— Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 7
VII " Do— Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 8
VIII " Do— Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 9
IX " Do— Correct——
Ezra, Chapter 10
X " Do— Correct——
Nehemiah, Chapter 1
The Book of Nehemiah
I Chapter I Correct——
Nehemiah, Chapter 2
II " — Do—— Correct ——
Nehemiah, Chapter 3
III " — Do— Correct——
Nehemiah, Chapter 4
IV " — Do— Correct——
Nehemiah, Chapter 5
V " — Do— Correct——
Nehemiah, Chapter 6
VI 11 ver I and I said, Should such aman as I flee? And who is my mine enemy, that I such a man as I would go in to the temple to save his life? I will not go in
13 ver therefor should I be afraid of him he hired? and do <​(?)​> so, as he said, and sin; and <​that​> they might have me for an evil report, that they might reproach me,
Nehemiah, Chapter 7
VII— 10 vers The children Arah seven hundred seventy and five
<​11​> 12 <​10​> ve— twelve——
8 <​13​> Eight <​nine​> <​(see Ezra 2–8​>
10 <​15​> " Bani— two
11 <​16​> three
12 <​17​> a thousand The children of Azgad, a thousand two two hundred twenty and two
13 <​18​> The children of Adonikam, six hundred sixty & six
14 <​19​> The children of Bigvai, two thousand fifty and six
15 <​20​> The children of Adin, four hundred fifty and four
17 <​21​> three Ninety
22 two hundred twenty and three [p. 80]
23 verse— Three
24— the children of Jorah— Jore <​a​> hundred and twelve
32— two hundred twenty and three——
37— five——
38 three thousand nine <​six​> hundred and thirty
44— The singers of the children of asaph, a hundred twenty and eight
45— nine——
62— fifty——
Nehemiah, Chapter 8
VIII Chapter Correct——
Nehemiah, Chapter 9
IX— Do " Correct——
Nehemiah, Chapter 10
X— Do " 29 verse, they clave to there brethren, there <​their​> noble<​s​>, and entered into an oath, that a curse should come upon them if they did not walk in Gods Law, which was given by moses, a <​the​> servant of God; and to observe and do all the commandments of the Lord there <​their​> God, and his judgment and statutes.
30th and that they would not give there <​their​> daughters unto the people of the Land, nor take the daughters of the people for there <​their​> sons
Nehemiah, Chapter 11
XI Chapter Correct
Nehemiah, Chapter 12
XII Do—— Correct——
Nehemiah, Chapter 13
XIII Do— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 1
The Book of Esther——
I,— Chapter—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 2
II,— Do—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 3
III,— Do—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 4
IV,— Do—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 5
V,— Do,—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 6
VI,— Do.—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 7
VII— Do.—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 8
VIII— Do,—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 9
IX Do,—— Correct——
Esther, Chapter 10
X Do—— Correct,——
Job, Chapter 1
The Book of Job——
I.— Chapter 6th Verse Now there was a day when the children of God, came to present themselves [p. 81] before the Lord, and Satan came also among them——
Job, Chapter 2
IId, Chapter 1t Verse Again, there was a day when the Children of God, came to present themselves before the Lord, and Satan came also among them, to present himself before the Lord
Job, Chapter 3
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Job, Chapter 4
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Job, Chapter 5
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Job, Chapter 6
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Job, Chapter 7
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Job, Chapter 8
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Job, Chapter 9
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Job, Chapter 10
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Job, Chapter 11
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Job, Chapter 12
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Job, Chapter 13
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Job, Chapter 14
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Job, Chapter 15
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Job, Chapter 16
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Job, Chapter 17
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Job, Chapter 18
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Job, Chapter 19
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Job, Chapter 20
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Job, Chapter 21
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Job, Chapter 22
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Job, Chapter 23
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Job, Chapter 24
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Job, Chapter 25
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Job, Chapter 26
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Job, Chapter 27
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Job, Chapter 28
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Job, Chapter 29
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Job, Chapter 30
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Job, Chapter 31
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Job, Chapter 32
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Job, Chapter 33
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Job, Chapter 34
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Job, Chapter 35
XXXVI Do Correct—— [p. 82]
Job, Chapter 36
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Job, Chapter 37
XXXVII Do— Correct——
Job, Chapter 38
XXXVIII Do— Correct——
Job, Chapter 39
XXXIX <​Do​>
Job, Chapter 40
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Job, Chapter 41
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Job, Chapter 42
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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] For the wicked bend there bow; low, they make ready the[i]r arrow upon the string, <​that​> they may privaly shoot at the upright in heart to destroy there foundation. Bud the foundations of the wicked shall be destroyed, and what can they do? for the lord when he shall come into his holy temple, sitting upon Gods throne in heaven, his eyes shall pierce the wicked. behold his eyes leds shall try the children of men, and he shall redeem the righteous, and they shall be tryed, The Lord loveth the righteous; but the wicked, and he <​him​> that loveth violence, his soul hateth. Upon the wicked he shall rain snairs, fire and brimstone, and an <​a​> horible tempest, the portion of there cup. For the righteous lord loveth righteousness; his countinence doth be hold the upright.
In that day thou shalt help, <​O​> Lord, the poor and the meek of the earth, For the Godly man shall cease to be found, and the faithful fail from among the children <​of men,​> They shall speak vanity evry one of <​with​> his neighbor. With flattering lips, with a double heart do they speak; but the Lord shall cut off all flattering Lips, the toung that speaketh proud things, who have said, with our tongue we will <​we​> prevail, our lips are <​are​> own, who shall be Lord over us? therefore, thus saith the Lord, I will arise in that day, I will stand upon the earth, and I will judge the earth for the oppression of the poor, for the sigh<​ing​> of the needy; and there cry hath entered into mine ear, therefore the Lord shall sit in judgment, upon all those who say in there hearts, We all sit in safety; and puffeth at him These are the words of the lord; yea, pureword, like silver tryed in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou shalt save thy people, O Lord; thou shalt keep them; thou shalt preserve them from the wickedness of this <​of these​> generations for ever, and ever The wicked walk on evry side, and the vilest men are exalted; but in the day of there pride thou shalt visit them.
How long, O Lord, wilt thou withdraw thyself from me? how long wilt thou hide thy face from me that I may not see thee? [p. 84] wilt thou forget me, and cast me off from thy presence for ever? how long shall I take council in my soul, sorrowing in my heart daily? how long shall mine enemy be exalted over me? Consider me, O lord; and here <​hear​> my cry, o my God; and lighten mine eyes, least I sleep the Death of the ungodly; lesst <​least​> mine enemy say, I have prevaild against him. Those that troubled <​trouble​> me, rejoice when I am mooved; but I have trusted in thy mercy, my heart shall rijoice in thy salvation. I will sing unto the Lord, because he hath done <​dealt​> bountifully with me the fool
The above are the XI, XII, & XIII Pslams Psalm
Psalm 14
<​XVI​> <​XIV​>
The fool hath said in his heart, There is no man that hath seen God, because he sheweth him self not unto us, therefore there is no God. behold they are corrupt; they have done abominable works and none of them doeth good, For the Lord look down from heaven upon the children of men, and by his voice said unto his servant, seek ye among the children of men, to see if there are any that do understand God. And he opened his mouth unto the Lord, and said; behold, all these who say they are thine. The lord answerd and said, they are all gone aside, they are to gether become filthy. Thou canst be hold none of these that are doing good, no, not one; <​all​> they have for there teachers, a <​are​> workers of eniquity, and there is no knowledge in them. They <​are they​> who eat up my people, they eat bread, and call not upon the Lord. they are in great fear, for God dwels in the generation of the righteous, he is the counsel of the poor, because they are ashamed of the wicked, and flee unto the Lord for there reffuge, Then <​they​> are ashamed of the counsel of the poor, because the Lord is his reffuge, O that Zion were established out of heaven, the salvation of Israel. O Lord, when wilt thou establish Zion? When the lord bringeth back [p. 85] the captivity of his people, Jacob shall rejoice, Isreal shall be glad
Psalm 15
XV Psalm
1 Verse, of Zion——
4 verse in whose eyes a vile person is contemned, but he honoreth them that fear the Lord; sweareth not falsly to hurt any man, and changeth not. putteth
Psalm 16
XVI Psalm 2d verse Thou hast Said unto me, thou art the Lord my God. my goodness is extended unto thee, and to all the Saints that dwell in the Earth, and the excellent, in whom is all my delight. And the wicked, there is no delight in them; their Sorrows Shall be multiplied upon all those who hasten for to seek another God: their drink offerings of blood will <​I not​> except, nor take up their names into my lips. Therefore tho <​thou​> Lord, art my <​the​> portion of mine inheritance, and of my Cup; thou maintainest my lot. The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant places, yea, I have a goodly heritage
Psalm 17
"—— XVII Psalm——
Give me right word, o Lord, Speak, and thy servant shall hear me <​thee​>; attend unto my cry, <​&​> give ear unto my prayer. I come not unto thee out of feigned lips. Let my sentance come forth from thy presence; Let thine eyes behold the thing<​s​> that are equal. Thou hast prooved my heart; thou hast visited me in the night; thou hast tried me; thou shalt not find nothing evil in me, for I am purposed, my mouth shall not transgress concerning the works of men. By the word of thy lips I have kept out of the paths of the distroyer, hold up my goings in thy paths, that my foot steps slip not. I have called upon thee, for thou wilt hear me, O God, for <​my​> speach; and [p. 86] incline thine <​ear​> unto me. Shew thy loving marvilous, <​loving​> kindness. O thou that savest them which put there trust in thee. By thy right hand, from those that rise up, keep me as the apple of the eye. Hide me under the shadow of thy wings from the wicked that oppress me. my <​My​> deadly enemies encompass <​compass​> me about; they are enclosed in there own fat; with there mouth they speak proudly. They have now compassed us in our steps; they have set there eyes, bowing down to the earth like as a lion is greedy of his prey, and as <​it ware​> a young lion is lurking in secret places. Arise, Olord, disappoint him, cast him down, Deliver my soul from the wicked by thy sword; from men by thy strong <​strong​> hand. yea, o lord, from end <​men​> of the world; wherfor there portion is in there fife <​Life​>, and whose belly thou fillest with thy good things; they are full of children, and they die and leave the rest of therein heretence to thier babes. <​As​> for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness; I shall be satisfied, when I awak with thy likeness.
Psalm 18
—XVIII Chapter <​Psalm​>
3d verse for he is
30th verse O God, thy ways are perfect. The word of the Lord is tryed; is a buckler to all those who trust in him
32d our
41— verse they cryed, but found none to s save; unto the lord but they <​he​> answered them not
Psalm 19
XIX Psalm——
3d verse no speach nor language can be, if there voice is not heard; there line is gone out through all the earth, and there words to the end of the world.
13th acts
Psalm 22
XXII Psalm
My God, why hast thou forsaken me? my God, hear the words of my roaring; thou art far from helping me. O my God, I cry in the day time, but thou hearest <​answerest​> not [p. 87] and in the night season, and are <​am​> not silent. But thou art holy, that inhabetest the heavens; thou art worthy of the praises of Israel. <​6 verse​> but I, a worm, and loved of no man; a reproach of man, and dispised of the people,
10 verse I was cast upon thee from the womb. tho[u] wast my god from my mothers breasts.
12th verse many armies have compassed me; strong armes of bashon have beset me around. They gaped upon me with there moth, like <​ravening and​> a roring lion.
21 verse save me from the lions mouth, for thou hast heard me speak from the secret places of the wilderness, through the horns of the unicorns.
31st ver[se] what he hath done
Psalm 24
7 verse lift up your heads, O ye generations of Jacob, and be ye lifted up; and the Lord strong and mighty; the lord mighty in battle, who is the king of glory, shall establish you for ever. And he will roll away the heavens; and will come down to redeem his people; to make you an everlasting name; to establish you upon his everlasting rock. Lift up your heads, O ye generations of Jacob; lift up your heads ye everlasting generations, and the lord of hosts, the King of Kings; even the King of glory shall come unto you; and shall redeem his people, and shall establish them in righteousness. selah.
Psalm 27
3d verse I am
13 verse thou wouldest deliver my soul into hell, thou would <​Didst​> say unto me, wait on the lord, be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thy heart; wait, I say, on the Lord
Psalm 30
5 verse for his anger kindleth against the wicked; they repent, and in a moment it is turned away, and they are in his favor, and he giveth them life, Therefore, weeping may endure for a night, but Joy cometh in the morning [p. 88]
9 verse when I go down to the pit, my blood shall return to the dust. I will praise thee; my soul shall declare thy truth for what proffet have <​am​> I, if I do it not?
12 to the end that my soul may give glory to thy name, and sing praise to thee, and not be silent: O lord my God, I will give thanks unto thee for ever
Psalm 32
"— XXXII. Psalm.——
Verse 1st. Blessed are they whose transgressions are forgiven and who have no sins to be covered, blessed is the man unto whom the Lord imputest <​imputeth​> not eniquity, and in whose Spirit there is no guile, When I kept silence, my spirit failed within me, When I opened my mouth, my bones waxed old through my speaking all the day Long; for day and night thy hand <​spirit​> was heavy upon me, my <​My​> moisture is turned in to the draught of summer, Selah;
8 Verse Thou hast said——
Psalm 33
XXXIII. Psalm.
v 1 Rejoice in the Lord, o ye rightous, To praise the Lord is comely, for the upright in heart. Praise the Lord with thy voice; sing unto him with the psaltry & harp, an instrument with ten strings. sing unto him a new song; play skilfully with a loud noise; for the word of the Lord is given to the upright, and all his works are done in truth.
9 verse for he spake, and it was finished; he commanded and it stood fast,
12 verse Blessed are the nations, and the people whom the lord God hath chosen, for his own inheritance.
19, verse To deliver there soul from death, and to keep them alive in a time of famine——
Psalm 34
XXXIV; Psalm. Correct
Psalm 35
XXXV Psalm
12 v they rewarded me evil for good, for the purpose of <​the​> spoiling my soul
Psalm 36
1 ver The wicked, who live in transgression, saith in there hearts, There is no condemnation; for there is no fear of God, before there eyes; for they flatter themselve in there own [p. 89] eyes, untill there eniquities are found to be hateful. The words of there mouth, are full of eniquity and the deceit, The wicked man hath left off to be wise, and to do good; he deviseth mischief upon his bed; he setteth himself in a way that is not good. O Lord thou art in the heavens; they are full of thy mercy. And the thoughts of a righteous man assendeth up into <​unto​> thee, whose throne is far above the clouds. he <​He​> is filled with thy righteousness like the great mountains; and with thy judgment like a great deep. O Lord, thou preservest man and beast,
12 verse— XXXVII They are the workers of eniquity, and shall fall; they shall be cast down, and shall not be able to rise.—
Psalm 37
38 verse But the transgressors shall be destroyed together; the end of the wicked shall come, and they shall be cut off,——
Psalm 38
7 Verse For my loins are filled with a loathsome distress, and no soundness is found in my flesh,
8 I am feeble and broken, and very soar; I have wept by reason of <​the​> disquietness of my heart.
11 My lovers & my friends stand aloof, because of my soar, and my kinsmen stand afar off.
Psalm 39
Verse 9 I was dumb, and opened not my mouth because thou didst chasten me,
10 remove thy stroke away from me, or I shall be consumed by the blows of thine <​thy​> hand,
Psalm 41
XLI Psalm
Verse 3d The lord will strengthen him upon the bed of Languishing; thou wilt make all his pains to cease, when he is laid in his bed of sickness
Psalm 42
v 2d. my soul thirsteth for to see God; for to see the living God. When shall I come and appear thfore <​before​> thee, O God? [p. 90]
3d Verse My tears have been poured out unto the <​thee​>, day and night; while mine enemies continually say unto me. Where is thy God?
4 When I remembe[r] these mine enemies, I pour out my soul unto thee; for I had gone with the multitude; I also went with them to the house of God, with the voice of joy and praise; with the multitude that kept holy day;
Psalm 46
1 God is our reffuge and strength, a present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear though the earth shall be remooved, and though <​the mountains​> shall be carried into the midst of the see; and the water thereof roar, being troubled; and the mountains shake with the swelling thereof, Yet there shall be a river, the stream thereof <​whereof​> shall make glad the city of God, the holy of the tabernacle of the most high, For Zion shall come, and God shall be in the midst of her. she shall not be moved. God shall help her right early. The heathen shall be enraged, and there Kingdoms shall be mooved, and the lord shall utter his voice, and the earth shall be melted; the lord of hosts, who shall be with us; the God of Jacob our reffuge Selah,—— come, behold the works of the Lord; what dessolations he shall make in the earth in the latter days. He maketh wars to cease unto the end of the earth, He breaketh the bow and cutteth the spear in sunder, He burneth the chariot in <​the​> fire and saith unto the nations, Be still, and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the heathen I will be exalted in the earth. The Lord of hosts shall be with us; the God of jacob our reffuge—— [p. 91]
Psalm 49
Verse 7th none can by any means redeem his brother, nor give to god a ransom for him that he should still live for ever, that it ceatheth not for ever to see corruption; for the redemption of there souls are through God, & precious. For he seeth wise men die; likewise the fool and the brutish person perish, and leave there wealth to others; there <​their​> inward thought of there houses for ever; there dwelling places, to all generations. Lands they called after there own names; and they are honorable. nevertheless, man in honor a bideth not; he is also like the beasts that perish. This I speak of them who walk in there <​their​> way, and forsaketh the Almighty in there folly; yet there posterity approve there sayings— selah
Psalm 50
L Psalm
10 verse are verse 21 covenants
22d verse can
Psalm 52
Verse 7 Lo, the man who made not God his strength, but trusted in the abundence of his riches, and strengthened himself in his wickedness, 9 verse I will praise thee forever, because thou hast done wonderful work. I will wait on thy name <​name,​> for thou art good before thy saints
Psalm 53
1 verse the fool hath said in his heart, there is no God. Such are corrupt, and they have done abominable iniquity, there is <​are​> none that doth good. God look<​ed​> down from heaven upon the children of men to see if there were any that did understand; that did seek God. evry one of them is gone back, they are altogether become filthy The workers of eniquity have no knowledge; they eat up my people as they eat bread. They have not called upon God; theer is none that doeth good, no not one [p. 92] they were in great fear, for God hath scattered the bones of him that encampeth against him. O Lord, thou hast put to shame those who have said in there hearts, there was no fear, because thou hast dispised them. O that Zion were come, the salvation of Israel, for out of Zion shall they be judged, when God bringeth beach the captivity of his people. and jacob shall rejoice and Israel shall be glad
Psalm 55
verse 6 I would
12 vers for it was not an enimy that reproched me neither he that hated me that did magnify him self against me if so then I could have born it I would have hid myself from him but it was a man of mine equal my guide and mine acquaintence
20 verse they have put forth there hand against such as be at peace with them they have broken the Lords covenant the words of there mouth were smoother then butter but war was in there heart there words were softer then oil yet they have drawn Swords
verse 3d
Psalm 56
3 Verse What! am I afraid I will trust in thee
Psalm 82
2d vers How long will ye suffer them to judge unjustly and accept the persons of the wicked selah
Psalm 90
Verse 13th Return us O Lolrd how long wilt thou hide thy face from thy servants, and let them repent of all there hard speaches they have spoken concerning thee
Psalm 102
Verse 18 gathered—
Psalm 104
CIV Psalm
verse 26 Thou <​all​> wait all <​up​>on thee There go the spips and thou hast made Leviathan to play there in [p. 93]
Psalm 105
CV Psalm
Verse 42— unto——
Psalm 106
Verse 4, of— Verse 7 thee at the see <​sea​> at the red sea
Verse 45 and he remembred for them his covenant and spared his people
Psalm 109
3 Verse They compassed me about; they spake against me also with words <​also​> of hatred, also and faught against me without a cause,
4 <​and​> Notwithstand my Love, they are my adversaries; but <​yet​> I will continue in prayer for them,
Verse 6— them— (the 5 verse marked through mistake)
7 vers They—— ThemTheir
7 When they shall be judged, let them be condemned; and let Their prayer become sin,
8 Let their days be few; let another take there office
9 Let their children be fatherless; and their wives widows.
10 Let there children be continually vagabonds, and beg; let them seek also out of their dessolate places.
11 Let the extortioner catch all that they have, and let the stranger spoil all that they have there Labour.
12 let there be none to extend mercy unto them, neither let there be none <​any​> to favour their father less children
13 let there posterity be cut off; in the generation following <​O​> let their names be blotted out
14 Let the eniquity of their fathers be remembered before the Lord; and let not the <​and​> sin of their mothers be blotted out.
15 Let them be before the Lord continually, that he may cut of the memory of them from the earth.
16 Because they remembred not to shew mercy, but persicuted the poor and neady man, that they might <​even​> slay the broken in heart,
17 As they loved cursing, so let it come upon [p. 94] them, as they delighted not in blessing, so let it be far from them. as they clothed themselves with cursing like as with their garments, so let it come into their bowels like water, and like oil into their bones. Let it be unto them as a garment coverth them, and for a girdle wherewith they are girded continually this <​shall be​> the reward of mine advasaries from the Lord, and of them who speak evil against my soul.
Verse 21 But do thou deliver me, O Lord my God, for thy name sake; because thy mercy is <​good,​> therefore deliver thou me
Psalm 110
Ve[rse], 6 He shall fill these streets with their dead bodies
Psalm 112
verse <​1​> who— and—
8 verse Judgment exicuted
Psalm 115
CXV Chapter or Psalm
Verse 1 —be—
Ve[rse] 9— thy—— thy v[erse] 10— thy— thy
verse 11 your—— your
Psalm 119
CXIX Psalm
Verse 15 upon
20 my heart breaketh, for my soul longeth after thy judgment at all times
21 they—
33 them 33 it to—
48 upon
78 upon
1119 <​109​> thy— and I do
Verse 126, And the time, O Lord, for me to work, for they have made void thy Law
128 Thy
130 they— give
Psalm 121
CXXI Psalm
The fourth verse should be in the plase of the third [p. 95]
Psalm 124
1 verse now may Isreal say, If the Lord was not on our side when men rose up against us, then they had swallowed us up quick, when their wrath was kindled against us
Psalm 125
Verse 1 They that trust in the Lord in mount Zion, cannot be removed, but abideth for ever,
4 verse do good, O Lord, unto the good, and unto the uprght in their hearts
Psalm 135
14 Verse— not
21 Verse Blessed be the Lord out of Zion, blessed be the Lord out of jerusalem. Praise ye the Lord
Psalm 137
Verse— 5 its——
Psalm 138
Verse 8 The Lord will perfect me in knowledge, concerning his kingdom. I will praise thee, O Lord, for ever; for thou art merciful, and wilt not forsake the works of thine own hands,
Psalm 139
Verse 11 <​16​>— I knew—
Psalm 141
Verse 5th When the rightious smite me with the word of the Lord, it is a kindness; and when they reprove me, it shall be an excellent oil, and shall not distroy my faith, for yet my prayer also shall be for them. I delight not in their callamities
Psalm 146
Verse 8 the [p. 96]
Proverbs, Chapter 16
The Proverbs
Chapter XVI
verse 29— a——
Proverbs, Chapter 18
Verse 22d whoso findeth a good wife, hath obtained favor of the Lord——
Proverbs, Chapter 22
Verse 12 For the— but
Song of Solomon
The Songs of Solomon are not
Inspired writings——
Isaiah, Chapter 2
Isaiah II
2 Verse— when——
6 <​5​> verse O house of Jacob, come yea ye, and let us walk in the light of the Lord, yea, come, for ye have all gone astray, evry one to his wicked ways.
6 O Lord— hearken unto
9— not— him
10 O ye wicked ones, enter in to the rock, and hide the <​thee​> in the dust; for the fear of the Lord, and his magesty shall smite thee. And it shall come to pass, that the lofty looks of man shall be humbled, and the haughtyness of <​man​> shall be brought <​bowed​> down, and the Lord alone shall be exalted in that day. for the day of the Lord of hosts soon cometh upon all nations; yea, upon evry one; yea, upon the proud and lofty, and upon evry one who is lifted up, and he shall be brought Low. yea, and the day of the Lord shall come upon all the ceders of Lebanon for they are [p. 97] high and lifted up; and upon all the oaks of of Bashon; and upon all the high mountains, and upon all the hills, and upon all the Nation which are lifted up, and upon evry people, and upon evry high tower, and upon evry fenced wall, and upon all the ships of the sea, and upon all the ships of Tarshish, and upon all pleasant pictures.——
19 verse for the fear of the Lord shall come upon them; and the glory of his magesty shall smite them, when he ariseth to shake teribly the earth
20 he hath
21— the fear of the Lord shall come upon them; and the magesty of the Lord shall smite them, when he ariseth to shake teribly the earth
Isaiah, Chapter 3
III Chapter
verse 1— staff——
4— unto them to be
6— and shall say—— not— come
7— there
8— Tongues — have been
9— doth—— to be even—— can not
10— say unto the righteous, that it is well with them, for they shall eat the fruit of their doings
11 wo unto the wicked, for they shall perish, for the reward of their hand shall be upon them.
12— and—— are— thee
14— and
16— as
26— shall be
Isaiah, Chapter 4
Verse 2— to
3 They that are
5 of Zion shall be [p. 98]
Isaiah, Chapter 5
V Chapter
1 verse— and then—
4— it brought—
5— and I will
7— is—— and
8—— can
9— and—— cities
11— and
19— it— it
21— the
22— the
28— shall be—— and
30— they—— and—
Isaiah, Chapter 6
VI Chapter
Verse 7— has—
9 they—— they perceived not
11 <​10​> hearts—— <​11th​> said
12 For there shall be
13 there—— they—— Their leaves so—— shall be
Isaiah, Chapter 7
Verse 1— and
6 yea—
14— shall
15— to
18— that
23— which
Isaiah, Chapter 8
VIII Chapt
verse 1 word of the—
4 behold— not— before
7 even
8 even
13 let— be— let— be
18— are
19 to hear from
20 and
22 shall be [p. 99]
Isaiah, Chapter 9
(IX Chapter)
verse 1— shall— not be— be—— was—— red sea
3— and— and
4 <​is​> Correct——
7— is
8— his—— unto
9— even— in the
14 <​17​>— of them
21— shall
Isaiah, Chapter 10
(X Chapter)
verse 5 thine 7 but in his heart it is
9— is— is— is—
10 founded
11— to
12— upon
13 For he saith, By the strength of mine <​my​> hand, and by my wisdom I have done these things; for I am prudent, and I have moved the borders of the people, and have robbed their treasures, and I have put down the inhabitants like a valiant man,
15 itself
21 yea even
22— yet
23— in all the Land
32— against
33— shall be
Isaiah, Chapter 11
(XI Chapter)
verse 11— that
<​12​> 11 he shall
Isaiah, Chapter 13
(XIII Chapt)
verse 2— my
3 I have commanded my sanctified ones I have also called my mighty ones for mine anger is not upon them that rejoice in my highness
4 the——
Isaiah, Chapter 12
——(XII Correct) [p. 100]
verse 5 yea
6— is
8— shall be as
15— proud— to the wicked
Isaiah, Chapter 13
XIII Chapt continued
22d verse— For I will distroied <​distroy​> her speedilly; yea, for I will be merciful unto my people, but the wicked shall perish.
Isaiah, Chapter 14
(XIV Chapter)
Verse— 2, and the people shall take them, and bring them to there place; yea, from far, unto the ends of the earth. and they shall return to their lands of promise; and the house of Israel shall possess them the remainder of the verse correct
3— that—
4 and it shall come to pass in that day
5 Sceptres—
6— And
7— And
8— and also— Saying
9— thee— even
16— and Shall— and shall say is
17— and— and
18— yea— of them
19— and the remnant
20— and
21— eniquties
29— Shall be
31— art— shall be
Isaiah, Chapter 15
(XV Chapter)
Verse— 2 Shall be— and
5 shall flee
Isaiah, Chapter 16
(XVI Chapter)
verse 6 We have heard of the pride of Moab; of his haughtiness and his prid[e]; for he is very Proud, and his wrath, his lies, and all his evil works— [p. 101]
Isaiah, Chapter 23
Verse 8— City— Verse 4 nor verse 7 City
verse 10 There is—— thee
Isaiah, Chapter 26
verse 3d him— whose— is— on thee
verse 14 They are— they are
16 When— was
19— men— together with— is— as
Isaiah, Chapter 27
verse 3d— Any—
Isaiah, Chapter 29
verse 1 Wo to Ariel, to Ari Vers 2d Yet I will distress Ariel and there shall be heaveness and sorrow; for thus hath the Lord said unto me, it shall be unto Ariel,
3 That I wi the Lord will camp against them <​her​> round about, and will say <​lay​> seage against her with a mount, and I will raise forts against her;
4 And she shall be brought down, and shall speak out of the ground, and her speach shall be Low out of the dust; and her voice shall be as <​of​> one that hath a familier spirit, out of the ground, and her speach shall whisper out of the dust,
5— her—
6— for they shall
8 Yea, it shall be unto them, even as unto a hungry man who dreameth, and behold he eateth, but he awaketh and his soul is empty for or like unto a thirsty man, who dreameth, and behold he drinketh, but he awaketh and behold he is faint, and his soul hath appetite; ye<​a​>, even so shall all <​the​> multitude of all the nations be, that fight against mount Zion, [p. 102]
9 verse, For behold, all ye that do eniquity, stay yourselves and wonder; for ye shall cry out, and cry; yea, yea shall be drunken, but not with wine; ye shall stagger, but not with strong drink;
10 For behold, the Lord hath poured out upon you, the spirit of deep sleep. For behold, ye hath <​have​> closed your eyes, and ye have rejected the prophets, and your rulers; and the seers hath he covered because of your eniquitys.
11 and it shall come to pass, that the Lord god shall bring forth unto you, the words of a book; and they shall be the words of them which have slumbered. And behold, the book shall be sealed; and in the book shall be a revelation from God, from the begining of the world, to the ending thereof. Wherefore, because of the things which are sealed up, the things which are sealed, shall not be delivered in the day of the wickedness and abominations of the people. wherefore, the book shall be kept from them. But, the book shall be delivered unto a man, and he shall deliver the words of the book, which are the words of they <​those​> which have slumbered in the dust; and he shall deliver these words unto another, but the words which are sealed, he shall not deliver, neither shall he deliver the book. For the book shall be sealed by the power of God, and the revelation which was sealed, shall be kept in the book, until the own due time of the Lord, that they may come forth; for, behold, they reveal all things from the foundation of the world, unto the end thereof. And the day cometh, that the words of the book which are <​were​> <​were​> sealed, shall be read upon the house tops; and they shall be read by the power of Christ; and all things shall be revealed unto the children of men which ever hath <​have​> been among the children of men, and which ever will be, even unto the end of the earth. Wherefore, at that day, when the book shall [p. 103] be delivered unto the man of whom I have spoken, the Book shall be hid from the eyes of the world that the eyes of none shall behold it, save it be that three witnesses shall behold it by the power of God, besides him to whom the book shall be delivered; and they shall testify to the truth of the book and the things therein. And there is none other which shall view it, save it, be a few, according to the will of God, to bear testamony of his word unto the Children of men: For <​for​> the Lord God hath said, that the words of the faithful should speak as if it were from the dead. Wherefore the Lord God will procede to bring forth the words of the book; and in the mouth of as many wittnesses as seameth him good will <​he​> establish his word; and wo be unto him that rejecteth the word of God.
But behold, it shall come to pass, that the Lord God shall say unto him to whom he shall deliver the book, take these words which are not sealed, and deliver them to another that he may shew them unto the Learned, saying: read this, I pray thee. And the Learned shall say, bring hither the book, and I will read them; and now, because of the glory of the world, and to get gain, will they say this, and not for the glory of God. And the man shall say, I cannot bring the book, for it is sealed. Then shall the Learned say, I cannot read it, Wherefore it shall come to pass, that the Lord God will deliver again the book and the words thereof, to him that is not Learned; and the man that is not learned, shall say, I am not Learned. Then shall the Lord God say unto him, The Learned shall not read them, for they have rejected them, and I am able to <​do​> mine own work; Wherefore, thou shalt reads the words which I shall give unto thee, [p. 104] Touch not things <​the​> things which are sealed, for I will bring them forth in mine own due time; for I will shew unto the children of men, that I am able to do mine own work, Wherefore, when thou hast read <​the​> words which I have comma nded the <​thee​>, and obtained the witnesses which I have pro mised unto thee, then shalt thou seal up the book again, and hide it up unto me, that I may preserve the words which thou hast not read, until I shall see fit in mine own wisdom, to reveal all things unto the Children of men. For behold, I am God; and I am a God of miriles [miracles]; and I will shew unto the world, that I am the same, yesterday, today, and forever; and I work not among the children of men, save it be according to their faith.
And again it shall come to pass, that the Lord Shall say unto him that shall read the words that shall be delivered him. Forasmuch as this people draw near unto me with their mouth, and with their Lip do honor me, but have removed their hearts far from me, and their fear towards me is taught by the precepts of men, therefore, I will procede to do a marvellous work among this people yea, a marvellous work, and a wonder; for the wisdom of their wise and Learned shall perish, and the understanding of their prudent shall be hid. And wo unto them that seek deep to hide their counsel from the Lord, And their works are in the dark; and they say, who seeth us? and who knoweth us? And they also say, Surely, your turning of things upside down, shall be esteemed as the potters clay. But behold, I will shew unto them, saith the Lord of hosts, that I know all their works. For, shall the work say of him that made it, he made me not? or shall the thing framed say of him that framed it, he had no understanding?, But behold, thus saith the Lord of hosts, I will shew unto the Children of men, that it is not yet a very little while, and Lebanon shall be turned into a fruitful field; and the fruitful field shall be esteemed as a forest. [p. 105]
And in that day, shall the deaf hear the words of the book; and the eyes of the blind shall see out of obscurity and out of darkness; and the meek also shall increase, and their Joy shall be in the Lord; and the poor among men shall rejoice in the holy one of Israel. For, assuredly as the Lord liveth, they shall see that the terible one is brought to nought, and the scorner is consumed, and all that watch for eniquity are cut off; and they that make a man an offender for a word, and lay a snare for him that reproveth in the gate, and turn aside the Just for a thing of nought. Therefore, thus saith the Lord, who redeemed Abraham, concerning the house of Jacob, Jacob shall not now be ashamed, neither shall his face now wax pale. But when he seeth his <​his​> children, the work of my hands, in the midst of him, they shall sanctify my name, and sanctify the holy one of Jacob, and shall fear the God of Israel. They that also that erred in spirit, shall come to understanding, and they that murmed shall learn doctrine.
Isaiah, Chapter 32
XXXII Chapter
14 Verse houses— desolate——
Isaiah, Chapter 33
XXXIII Chapter
Vers 2d their—
18 in —
Isaiah, Chapter 34
Verse 7 Re-em——
Verse 16— Seeke yee out of the book of the Lord, and read the names of them writen therein; no one of these shall fail. None shall want theire mate, for yey <​my​> mouth it hath commanded, and my Spirit it hath gathered them, and I have cast the Lot for them, and I have divided it unto them by Line; They shall possess it forever; from generation to generation they shall dwell there in.
Isaiah, Chapter 35
XXXV Chapter
Verse 8 And a high way shall be there; for a way shall be cast up, and it shall be called the way of holiness. The unclean shall not pass over upon it; but it shall be cast up for those who are clean, and the wayfaring men, though [p. 106] they are accounted fools, shall not err, <​therin.​>
Isaiah, Chapter 36
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
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
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] Saith, Restore. Who among them will give ere unto thee, or hearken and hear thee for the time to come? And who gave Jacob for a spoil, and Israel to the robbers? Did not the Lord, he against whom they have sinned? For they would not walk in his ways, neither were they obedient unto his Law; therefore he hath poured upon them the fury of his anger, and the strength of battle; and they hath <​have​> set them on fire round about, yet they knew not, and it burned them, yet they Laid it not to heart.
Isaiah, Chapter 46
Verse 7— they
Isaiah, Chapter 49
23 verse faces——
25 But thus saith the Lord; Even the captives of the mighty shall be taken away, and the prey of the tereble shall be delivered; for the mighty God shall deliver his covenant people. For thus saith the Lord, I will contend with them that contendeth with thee, and I will save thy Children.
Isaiah, Chapter 50
—— L Chapter——
vers 1 yea, for thus saith the Lord, Have I put thee away, or have I cast thee off forever? For thus saith the Lord, Where is the bill of your mother’s divorcement? To whom have I put thee away, or to which of my creditors have I sold you; yea, to whom have I sold <​2/​> you? <​2​> Behold, for your eniquities have ye sold yourselves, and for your transgressions is your mother put away; wherefore, when I come there was no man; when I called, yea, there was none to answer. O house of Israel, is my hand shortened at all, that it cannot redeem; or have I no power <​3/​> to deliver? <​3/​> Behold, at my rebuke I dry up the see, I make their river a wilderness; and their fish to stink, because the waters are dried up, [p. 108] and they die because of thirst. I clothe the heavens with blackness, and I make sackcloth their covering. <​4/​> <​4/​> The Lord God hath given me the tongue of the Learned, that I should show <​know​> how to speak a word in season, unto thee, O house of Israel, when ye are weary. He waketh morning by morning, he waketh mine <​5/​> eare to hear as the Learned. <​5/​> The Lord God hath appointed mine eare, and I was not rebelious, neither turned away back; I gave my back to the smiters, and my cheeks to them that plucked off the hair. I hid not my face from shame and spitting, for the Lord God will help me; therefore shall I not be confounded; therefore have I set my face life <​like​> a flint, and I know that I shall not be ashamed, and the Lord is <​6/​> near and he justifieth me. <​6/​> Who will contend with me? Let us stand togethe[r]. Who is mine advisary <​adversary​>? Let him come near me, and I will smite him with the strength of my mouth; for the Lord God will help me; and all they which shall condemn me, behold all they shall wax old as a garment and the moth <​7/​> shall eat them up. <​7/​> who is among you that feareth the Lord, that obeyeth the voice of his servant, that walketh in darkness and hath no light? Let him trust in the <​name of​> Lord name of <​8/​> the Lord, <​and stay upon his God.​> <​8/​> <​8/​> Behold all ye that kindleth fire, that compass yourselves about with sparks; walk in the light of your fire, and as <​in​> the sparks <​which​> ye have kindled; this shall ye have of mine hand, ye shall lie down in sorrow
Isaiah, Chapter 51
LI Chapter
Verse 1 Hearken unto me, ye that follow after righteousness; ye that seek the Lord, look unto the rock from whence ye were hewn, and to the hole of the pit from whence ye are digged. [p. 109]
Verse 4— thing
7— I have writen
11 and holiness shall be
12 I am he, yea, I am he—— behold
16 behold—
18— and
19— sons— thy— and
20 save these two
Isaiah, Chapter 52
LII Chapt
6 verse: Therefore, my people shall know my name; yea, in that day they shall know that I am he that doth speak. Behold it is I.
7 verse: And then shall they say, How beautiful upon the mountains, are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings unto them; that publisheth peace; that bring eth good tidings unto them of good; that publisheth salvation; that saith unto Zion, Thy God reigneth.
15 gather
Isaiah, Chapter 54
10 verse— people
15— against thee
Isaiah, Chapter 60
verse 22— my
Isaiah, Chapter 62
verse 4 Delightful—— Union
5 God—
Isaiah, Chapter 63
verse 17— suffered—— to harden
Isaiah, Chapter 64
verse 5— Thou meetest him that worketh righteousness, and rejoiceth him that remember<​s​> thee <​thee​> in thy ways; in righteousness there in <​is​> continuance, [p. 110] and such shall be saved; but we have sinned, we are all as an unclean thing.
Isaiah, Chapter 65
LXV Chapter
Verse 1 I am found of them who seek after me; I give unto all them that ask of me; I am not found of them that saught me not, or that enquireth <​not​> after me. I said unto my servant, Behold me, look upon me; I will send you unto a nation that are not called by my name, for I have spread out my hands all the day <​to a people​> who walketh not in my ways, and their works are evil and not good, and <​they who​> walk after their own thoughts
4— beasts—— and pollute
20 in those days there shall be no more thence an infant of days, nor an old man that hath not filled his day; for the child shall not die, but shall live to be a hundred years old; but the sinner living to be a hundred years old, shall be accursed.
Jeremiah, Chapter 2
—— Jeremiah——
— II Chapt
Verse 24— not——
Jeremiah, Chapter 6
VI Chapter <​Correct​>
Jeremiah, Chapter 17
XVII Chapt
verse 5—— the man——
Jeremiah, Chapter 18
XVIII Chapter
Verse 8 8 From the
Verse 8th turn from— withhold
" 10th with— Withhold
" 14th Will ye <​you​> not leave the snow of the feilds Of Lebenon; shall not the cold flowing watters that come from another place from the rock, [p. 111] be forsaken?
Jeremiah, Chapter 25
——XXV. <​Chapter——​>
31 verse— the——
Jeremiah, Chapter 26
Verse 3d. If so be they will hearken, and turn evry man from his evil way and repent, I will turn way the evil which I purpose to do unto them, because of the evil of their doing.
5 verse To <​to​> hearken to the words of my servants, the prophets, whom I sent unto you, commanding them to rise up early and sending them; then will I make this house like shiloh, and will make this city a curse to all the nations of the earh; for ye have not hearkened unto my servants, the prophets.
13 verse therefor now, amend your ways and your doings, and obey the voice of the Lord your God, and repent, and the Lord will turn away the evil that he hath pronounced against you.
Verse 18 of the Lord——
verse 19 Did Hezekiah, king of Judah, all all Judah, put him at all to death? Did he not fear the Lord, and besaught the Lord and repented, and the Lord turned away the evil which he had pronounced against them? This <​Thus​> by putting Jeremiah to death we might procure great evil against our souls
20 verse and there was also around the priests an man [p. 112]
verse 20 But there was a man among the priests, rose up and said, that, Urigah the son of Shemaiah of Kirjathjearim, prophesied in the name of the Lord, who also prophisied against this city, and against this Land, according to all the words of—— Jeremiah;——
Jeremiah, Chapter 27
verse 7 XXVII Chapter——
7 verse. and all nations shall serve him and his son, and his son’s son, untill the very time of their end come; and afte that, many nations, and great kings shall serve themselves of them.——
Jeremiah, Chapter 28
——XXVIII Chapter Correct——
Jeremiah, Chapter 29
Verse 19 Because they have not harkened to my words, saith the Lord, which I sent unto them by my servants, the prophets, commanding to them to rise early, and sending them; but you would not hear, saith the Lord.——
Jeremiah, Chapter 30
——XXX Chapter——
Verse 12 For thus saith the Lord, thy brusie is not incureble, although thy wounds are grievous.
Is there none to plead thy cause, that thou mayest be bound up? Hast thou no healing medesins?
Have all thy Lovers forgotten theee? Do they not seek thee? For I have wounded thee with the wound of an enemy, with a the chastisement of a cruel one, for the multitude of thine eniquity; [p. 113] because thy sins are increased
15 Why criest thou for thine afflection, is thy sorrow incurible? It was for the multitude of thine eniquities, and because thy sins are increased I have done these things unto thee. ——
Verse 16 but——
Jeremiah, Chapter 31
XXXI Correct
Jeremiah, Chapter 32
XXXII Correct
Jeremiah, Chapter 33
Verse 11— unto——
Jeremiah, Chapter 34
Verse 15 But——
Jeremiah, Chapter 35
verse 15 <​14​>th.— commanding you to rise early and speaking to you
verse 15th. commanding them to rise up early
Jeremiah, Chapter 36
—— XXXVI Chapter——
Verse 30— unto——
Jeremiah, Chapter 37
Verse 16 And Jeremiah was entered into the dungeon, and into the cabbins, and he remained there many days;
Jeremiah, Chapter 42
Verse 10 If you will still abide in this land, then will I build you, and not pull down; and I will plant you, and not pluck up; and I will turn away the evil that I have done unto you.——
verse 14 for want—
verse 21 That— [p. 114]
Jeremiah, Chapter 44
——XLIV Chapter
Verse 4 commanding them to rise early 12 and
Lamentations, Chapters 1–5
The Lamentations of Jeremiah is Correct.
Ezekiel, Chapters 1–13
All Correct to the XIV Chapter—
Ezekiel, Chapter 14
——XIV Chapter——
Verse 9th. And if the prophet be deceived when he hath spoken a thing I, the Lord, have not deceived that prophet; therefore, I will strectch out my hand upon him and will destroy him from the midst of my people Israel.
Ezekiel, Chapter 18
verse 32— turn ye and live
<​19.10 —​>
Ezekiel, Chapter 20
verse 30— ye are—— and ye commit
Ezekiel, Chapter 23
verse 17 from me by them.
verse 22— by whom thy mind is alienated from me,
verse 28— by—
Ezekiel, Chapter 27
verse 11— Arvad——
Ezekiel, Chapter 35
verse 6— since [p. 115]
Ezekiel, Chapter 36
verse 36— which——
Ezekiel, Chapter 48
XLVIII Chapter
verse 35—— and the name of the city <​from that day​> shall be called holy, for the Lord shall be there.
Daniel, Chapter 5
The Book of Daniel
—— V Chapter——
verse 25 <​28​>th Upharsin——
Hosea, Chapter 11
——XI Chapter——
verse 8— my heart is turned toward thee, and my mercies are extended to gather thee.
Joel, Chapter 1
—— Joel——
I Chapter
vers[e]— 6— as
Joel, Chapter 2
II Chapter
verse <​13​> and rend your heart, and not your garments, and repent, and turn <​turn​> unto the Lord your God; for he is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness; and he will turn away the evil from you
vers 14 Therefore repent, and who knoweth but he will return and leave a blessing behind him; that you may offer a meet offering, and a drink offering, unto the Lord your God? [p. 116]
Amos, Chapter 3
—— Amos——
Chapter III
verse 6— Known it——
vers[e] 7— until— the
Amos, Chapter 4
—— Chapter IV——
verse 3d. And ye shall go out at the breaches, evry one before his enemy, and ye shall be cast out of your pallaces, saith the Lord.
verse 4 <​5​>th. and offer <​a​> sacerifice of thanksgiving with le<​a​>ven <​leaven,​> and proclaim and publish the free offerings; for thus do ye, o O ye Children of Israel, saith the Lord God. I
6— Therfore
Amos, Chapter 7
——Chapter VII——
verse 3d.— and the Lord said, concerning Jacob, Jacob shall repent for this, therefore I will not utterly distroy him, saith the Lord.
verse 6 and the Lord said, concerning Jacob,— Jacob shall repent for <​of​> his wickedness; therefor; I will not utterly distroy him, saith the Lord <​God​>——
Obadiah, Chapter 1
——Obadiah Correct— [p. 117]
Jonah, Chapter 3
——III Chapter——
verse 9 Who can tell, if we will repent and turn unto God, but he will turn away from us his fierce anger, that we perish not?——
verse 10 And God saw their works, that they turned from their evil way and repented; and God turned away the evil that he had said he would bring upon them.
Micah, Chapters 1–7
——Micah— Correct—
Nahum, Chapters 1–3
——Nahum Correct——
Habakkuk, Chapters 1–3
——Habakkuk Correct——
Zephaniah, Chapters 1–3
——Zephaniah Correct
Haggai, Chapters 1–2
——Haggai Correct
Zechariah, Chapter 4
Chapter IV
verse 10— servants——
14— before
Zechariah, Chapter 6
——Chapte[r] VI
ver 5 — servants—
<​6​> 7 unto [p. 118]
Zechariah, Chapter 8
Chapte VIII
verse 7 gather
13 gather
Malachi, Chapters 1–4
Malicah Correct
Finished on the 2d day of July 1833—— [p. 119]


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