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EZEKIEL

Christ s king don. round about: and, beholl, there were thee one stick, and write upon it, For very many in the open valley; and, Judali, and for the children of Lorael lo, they were very dry.

This companions: then take another 3 And he anid unto me, Son of man, stick, and write upon it, For Josephi, can these bones live? and I answered, the slick of Ephraim, and for all the O Lord God, thou kuowest.

house of Israel his companions: 4 Again he said unto me, Prophesy| 17 And join them one to another into upon these bones, and say unto them, one slick; and they shall become one () ye dry bones, hear the word of the in thy land. LORD.

181 And when the children of thy 5 Thus saith the Lord Godunto llıese people shall speak unto thice, saying, boncs; Behold, I will cause breath to Wilt thou not show us what thiou enter into you, and ye sball live: mcanest by these?

0 Aud I will lay sinews upon you, 19 Say unto them, Thug saith the and will bring up lesh upon you, and Lord Gon; Behold I will take the cover you with skin, and put breathin stick of Joseph, which is in the lanıl you; and ye shall live; and ye shall of Ephraim, and the tribce of Israel kuow that I am the Loro,

his fellows, dod will put then will 7 So I prophesied as was command. biin, even with the slick of Jual, and ed: and as I propliesied, there was a make them one stick, and they shall be noise, and belold a shaking, and the one in thy hand. bones caine together, bone Lo bis 20 1 And the sticks whereon thou Lone.

writest shall be in thy hand before 8 And when I bebeld, lo, the sinews their eyes. and the lesh came up upon them, ami 21 And say unto them, Thus saith the skin covered them above; but the Lord God; Beboki I will take the Hicre was no breath in them,

Children of israel from among the hen9 Then said he into me, Propbesy then, wlither they begone, and will unto the wind, propley', son of mau, gather tirei on evidry side, and bring and say to the wind, Thus siui?lı the filem into their own land: Lord God; Come from the four winds, 22 And I will make them one nation O breathi, and breathe upou tliese slun, in the land upon the mountains of that they may live.

Israel; and one king shall be king to 10 So I prophesied as he commanded them all, and they shall be no more me, and the breath came into them, two nations, neither shall they be diand they lived, and stood up upon vided into two kingiloms any more Liipir feet, an exceeding great army'. at all;

11 1 Then he said unto me, Son of 23 Neither shall thcy defile tein mail, these bones are the whole house setres any more with their idols, nor of Israel: belol, they say, Our bones will their delestible things, nor with are dried, and our hope is lost: we are oy of their transgressions: but I will cut off for our parts.

sare them out of all their dwelling. 12 Therefore prophesy and say unto places wherein they have sinned, and thern, Thug saith the Lord God; Be- will cleanse them: 60 shall they be bold, O my people, I will open your my people, and I will be their God. graves, and cause you lo come upoul 24 And David my servant shall be or

your graves, and bring you into the king over them; and they all shall bund of Israel.

have one shepherd: they shall also 13 And ye shall know that I am the walk in my judgments, and observe Lond, when I have opened your my slalutes, and do them. graves, O my people, and brought you 27. And they shall dwell in the land up out of your graves,

that I have given unto Jacob my eer. 14 And shall put my spirit in you, rant, wherein your fathers have dwell: sind ye shall live, and I shall place and they sliall dwell therein, even you in your own land: then shall ye they, and their chiklren, and their know that I the Lord have spoken it, children's children, for ever: and my and performed it, saith the LORD. servant David shall be their prince for

16 i The word of the LORD came ever. Lain unto me, saying,

26 Moreover I will make a covenant 16 Moreover, wou son of man, takelof peace with them; it shall be an

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ogurst Gor everlasting covenant with thein; and dwell safely, all of them dwelling I will place them, and multiply thern, without walls, and having neitlier bars and will set my sanctuary in line ipidst nor gates, of them forevermore.

12To take a spoil, and to take a prey; 27 My tabernacle also shall be with to tura thy hand upon the desolale them : yea, I will be their God, and places that are now inhabited, and they shall be my people.

upon the people that are gathered out 28 And the beatben shall know that of tbe nations, which bave gotten cat. I the Lond do annctify Israel, when ile and goods, that dwell in the midst iny sanctuary shall be in we inidst of or the land. them forevermore.

13 Sbeba, and Dedan, and the merCHAP. XXXVIII.

chants of Tarshish, with all the young AND ehe ord of the Lord came

thou come to lake a spoil? last thou 2 Son of man, set thy face against gathered thy company to take a prey ? Gog, the land of Magog, the chief to carry away silver and gold, to take prince or Mesbech and Tubal, and away cattle and goods, to take a great prophesy against bin, 3 And say, Thus saith the Lord 14 1 Therefore, son of man, propliGod; Bebold, I am hyninst Chec, Ojcsy and say unto Gog, Thus saiu ile Gog, the chief prince of Mesliech and Lord God; In that day, when my Tubal:

people of Israel dwelletli safely, shalt 1 Aud I will turn thee back, and put thou not know it... hooks into this jaws, and I will bring 15 And thou shalt come from they tlice forth, and all thine army, horses place out of the north parle, thou, ana and borsemen, all of them clothed many people with thee, all of Vienn with all sorts of armour, even a great riding upon lorses, a greal company, company will bucklers and shields, all and a mights army: of them andling swords:

16 And Thou shalt come up against 6 Persiit, Ethiopia, and Lybia with my people of Israel, as a cloud to them; allortheni will shield and hel- cover the land; it sliall be in the latter met:

days, and I will bring thee agaiust my 6 Gomer,and all bis bands; the house land, what the beaihen may know of Togamnah of the nortli quarters, when I shall be sanctified in thee, o pod all lis bands; and many people Gog, before their eyes. vitli thee.

17 Thus sailli the Lord Gov; Arl 7 Be thiou prepared, and prepare for thou be of whom I bave spoken in old thyaell, Wou, and all this company time by any serrauts the prophets of that are assembled unto thee, vid be Ismael, which prophesied in those days llou a guard into them.

many years, that I would bring thee 8 Alier many days thou shalt he against them? visited : in the latter years thou shalt 18 And it shall come to pass al the coine into the land that is brought back same time when Gog shall conit liom the sword, and is gathered out of against the land of Israel, snith the many people, against the mountains of Lord God, that my fury sball court Israel, which liave been always waste: up in my face. but it is brought forth outofthenations, 19 Furin my jealousy and in the fire and they shall dwell safely all of them. of my wiatlı bare I spoken, Sirely in

Thou shalt ascend and come like a that day iliere shall be a great shaking storm, thou shalt be like a cloud to in the land of Israel; cover the lanı, thou,and all lliy banda, 20 So that the tislies of the sea, anal and many people with thee.

the fowls of the heaven, and the beasts 10 Thus saith the Lord GOD; Il of the rele, and all creeping things shall also coine to pass, that at the that creep upon the earth, and all tie baine time shall things come into thy men that are upon the face of the mind, and thou shalt think an evil earth, shall slake at my presence, aud thought:

Nie mountains shall be nown down 11 And thou shalt say, I will go up and the steep places shall fall, amer: 10 the land or unwalled villages ; 1 ery wall shallall to the ground. will go to them that are at rest, that I And I will call for a sword against

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EZEKIEL,

Gos's broria binu throughout all my nourtains, spoil those that spoiled them, and roh saith the Lord God: every man's those that robbed them,saith the Lord sword shall be against his brother GOD.

N And I will plead against bin with 111 And it shall come to pass in tha: pestilence and with blood; and I will day, that I will give unto Gog a place rain upon him and upon his bands, and there of graves in Israel, the valley of upon the many people that are with the passengers on the east of the ser; lim, an overflowing rain, and great and it shall stop the noses of the pas. bailatones, fre, mod brimstone.

sengers: and there shall they bury 23 Thus will I magnity inysell, and Gog and all bis multitude; and they sanctisy inyself; and I will be known eliall call it, The ralley of Hamonto the eyes of many nations, and they gog. shall know that I want the Lond. 12 And seven months shall the house CHAP. XXXIX.

of Israel Le burying of tiem, luat thiey THEREFORE, thou son of man, may cleanse the land.

propbesy against Gog, and say, 13 Yea, all the people of the land Thus Bath the Lord God, Behold, I shall bury them : and it shall be to um against thee, O Gog tlic chief them a renowo, the day that I shall prince of Meslech and Tubai: be glorified, saith the Lord Gon.

2 And I will turn thec back, and 11 And they sball sever out men of leave but the sixth part of thee, and continual employment, passingthrough will cause thice to come up from the the land, to bury with the passengers north parts, and will bring thee upon those that remain upon the face of the the mountains of larael.

earth, to cleanse it: alter the end of 3 And I will smite thy bow out of thy seven inonths olall they search. jell hand, and will cause thine arrows 15 And the passengers that pass to fall out of thy right hand.

througlı tbe land, when any secth it * Tliou shalt fall upon the mountaing man's bone, then shall be set up a rign of Israel, thou, and all ty bands, and by it, till llie buriers lave buried it in ile people that is with thee: I will the valley of Hamon.gog. give three unto the ravenous birds of 16 And also the name of the city'shall every sort, and to the beasts of the field be Hamonali. Tius shall they cleanse to be dicroured.

thie land. 5 Thou shall fall upon the open field; 17 T And, thou son of man, thus fur I lave epoken it, suith the Lord saith the Lord GOD, Speak unto every GOD.

realliered fowl, and to every beast of 6 And I will send a fire on Diagog, the field, Assemble yourselves, and and among them that dwell carelessly come; gather yourselves on every side in the isles : and they shall know that to my sacrifice that I do sacrifice for I am the Lord.

you, even a great sacrifice upon the 7 So will I make my holy name mountains of Israel, that ye may eat known in the midst of my people Is. Nesli, aod drink blood. gel; and I will not let them pollute 18 Ye shall eat the flesh of the mighmy holy name any more: and the ty, avd drink the blood of the princes beathon shall know that I am the ofilie earli, of rams,of lambs, and of Lond, the Holy One ja Israel. goats, of bullocks, all of them fatlings

S 1 Belold, it is come, and it is done, or Basban. Baitli llie Lord Gon; ibis is the day 19 And ye shall eat sat till y'e be full, whereof I have spoken.

and drink blood till ye be drunken, of 9 And they tbaidwell in die citics of my sacrifice wbich I have sacrificed Israel shall go fortlı, and shali set ou for you. fire and burn the weapons, both the 20 Thus alial) ye be filled at my table shields and bucklers, the bows and with horses, and chariots, with mighty thie arrows, and the land.stares and men, and with all men of war, saith the spears, and they shall burn them the Lord GOD. will lire seven yea's :

21 And I will get my glory among 10 So that they sball take no wood the heatlien, and all the heathen shall out of the field, neither i'll down any see my judgment that I have exccuteel, out of the forces; for thry sball burn and my hand that I have laid upon the weapons with lire : au they shall/thein

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of the temple. 22 So the liouse of Israel sball know hear with thine ears, and set thy heart that I am the LOHD their God from upon all that I shall show thee: for to that day and forward.

the intent that I might show them unto 23 1 And the beathen shall know thee art thou brought hither: declare tnat the house of Israel went into cap. all that thou seest to the lousc of' 19tivity for their iniquity: because they rael Trespassed against me, therefore liid 1 5 And behold a wall on the outside !ly face from them, awl gave thein of the house round about, and in the into the land of their enemies; so l'ell man's hand a oeasuriug reed of six Wiey all by the Birori.

cubits long by the cubiz dud a lanı 24 According to their uncleanness, breadth: eo be intasured the breadth suud accordiog lo their lmnegressions, of the building, oue reed; and the Have I done unto them, and hid my height, one reed. lice lroun then).

6 Then caune lie unto the gatewhicla 25 Therefore thug saith the Lord lookeld toward the east, ani went up Gov, Now will I bring again the cap- the stairs thereof, and ineasured the tivity of Jacob, and have inercy upon threshold of the gate, which was one the whole house of Israel, and will be reed broad; and the other threshold of jealous for iny lioly name;

the gute, which was one reed broad. 20 After that they have borne their 7 And every little chamber was one shame, and all their trespasses where reed long, and one recul broad; 211 by they have trespassed against me, between the little chiunbers were are when they (well surely in their laud, cubits; and the threshold of the gile and none made them afraidl.

by the porch of the gate witlun 2018 27 When I have brought them again one reed. from the people, and gathered them 8 He measured also the porch of the out of their enemics' lands, and am gate within, one reed. sanctified in them in the sight of ma- 9 Then measured he lle porch of diy nations;

the gate, eight cubits; and the posts ?? Then shall they know that I am thereof, trvo cubits; and the porch of the Lord their God, which caused the gate rons inwaru. them to be led into captivity among 10 And the little chambers of the the beathen: but I have gathered them gale castward were three on this side,

no their own land, and have left and three on that side; they three nale of them any morc there.

were of one menure: and the posts 29 Neither will l liide my face any lind one measure on this side and ou more from them: (or I have poured that side. Pli! my Spirit upon the house of Isra- 11 Aud be incasured the breadth of Il, sarili lhe Lord GOD.

the entry of the gate, ten cubits; and CHAP. XL,

the length of the gate, thirteen cubits.

12 The space also before the little IN N the Gre and twentieth rear or chambers toas oue cubit on this side,

our captivity, in the beginning of and the space was one cubit on that the year, in the tenth day of the side: and the little chambers 10cr'e six month, in the fourtcentlı year after cubits on this side, and six cubits on that the city was ginilten, in the sell that side. sance day the hand of the Lond was 13 He measured then the gate from upon 10e, and brought me thither. the root of one little chamber to the | 2 In the visions of God brought he root of another: the breadtls was live me into the land of Israel, and get me and twenty cubits, door against door. upon a very high mountain, by wbich lot He made also posts of threescore was as the liane of a city on the soutb. cubits, even unto the post of the court 3 And he brought me thither, and, round about the gate. ocholi, there was a man, whose ap- 15 Am from the face or the gate of pearance rus like the appearance of the entiance unto the face of the porch bing, with a line of Nax in bus nand, or the inner gale were filty cubits. und a measuring rced; and he stood ini 16 And there were narrow windows

in the little chambers, and to their 1 And ibe man said to me, Son posta within the gate round about, iman, beliold will thine eyes, and likewise to the arclocs: and win

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of the temple. dows were round about inward: and 29 And the little chambers thereof, upon each post: 1/cre palm-trees. and the posts tiercol, and the archce

17 Then bronglit he me into the out, thereof, according to these measures: ward court, and, lo, there ivcre chain- and there were windows in it and in bers, and a pavement made for the the arches thereof'round about: it was court round aboui: thirty chambers flly cubits long, and fire and twenty were upon the pavement.

cubits broad. 18 And the parennent by the side of 30 dod the arches round about 10cr'e the gules over agninst the length of the five and twenty cubile long, and five gales rvas dhe lower pavement. cubits broad. 19 Then lic measured the breadth 31 And the arches thereof cerc tofrom the forefront of the lower gale ward the outer court; and palm-trevs unto tbe forefront of the inner courtiere upon the posts thereof: and the without, a lundred cubits eastward going up toit had cight steps. and northward.

32 Andlic brought me into the inner 2017 And the gate of the outward court loivard the cast: and be meas. court that looked toivard the northelurer the gate according to these nensincasured the length thereof, and the ures breadti thereof.

33 And the little chambers therror, 21 Aurel the little chambers thereor and the posts thereof, and the arches sucre three on this side and three on thereol, ivere according to these meanthat side; and the posts thereof an ures: and there were windowstlerem Wie arches thereof were alter the meas- and in the arches lereof roud abou. ure of the first yale: the length iberror is ions listy cubits long, and live and was fifty cubits, and the breadth five wents cubits broad. and twenty cubita.

34 And the archies thereof nepre to 22 rued their windows, and their ward the oulward court; and palmi Orches and their palm-trees, il'cr'e after trees were upon the posts thereol, on tie nieasure of the gate that looketh this side, and on that side: and the tuward the east: andibey went up unto going up to it had eight steps. it by seven steps; and the arches there. 35 | ind lie brougtit me to the north of iocre before them,

enie, and mergured it according to 23 And He gale or the inner court ihese ineasures; 10'0$ over against the gate toward the 36 The little chambers thereof, the north, and toward the eilst; and he posts thereof, and the arches thereof; measured from gale to gale a bundred and the windows to it round aboul. cubits.

the lengths was filty cubits, and the 24 11 Afier that lie brouglit mc towarc breadth live and twenty cubits. the soul, and behold a gate toward 37 and the posts thereof were toward the south; and be measured the posts the outer court; and palm-trees were thereof and the arches thereof accord. upon the posts thereor, ou this sidro, ing to these measures.

and on that side: and the going up in 05 And there were wiodowe in it and it had eight stepa.

the arches thereof round about,like 38 And the clanibers and the entrira those windows: the length unas filly thereol were by the posts of' tliegates, cubits, and the breadtlı fire and tivents where they waslıcd tlic burnt-onering Cibits.

39 | And in the porch of the ga!? 20. And there were seren steps to go were two tables on tliis ridle, and 11) up to it, and die arcles thereof wert tables on that side, to slay thereon the before them: and it had palm-tren, burnt-olering, and the sin-offering and one on this side, and another oa that the treapass-o Tering. wide, upon the posts thereof.

40 And at the side witliout, as one 27 And there was a gate in the inner goeth up to the entry of the north gali, court toward the south: and he ineus. were two tables; and on the other side, ured from gate to gate toward the which was at the porch of the gate, south a hundred cubilo.

were two tables. 28 And he brought me to the imuer 41 four cables ruere on this site and fourt by the south gate: and he meas. flour tables on that side, by the sile: of ured the south gate according to these the gate; eighil tables, whereupon they 176290er;

slow their sacrifices.

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