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The broad walls of Babylon.
wwBabylon:for spoilers hall come unto her from the nordi, faith the LORD. Rev. 49 As Babylon hath I caufed the flain 13.7. of Ifrael to fall: fo at Babylon shall fall the flain of all the earth.
m Jer. Ye that have escaped the fword,
Pfal. the LORD afar off, and let Jerufalem 126.4.come into your mind. Ov. 50. 51 We are o confounded, because we Pfalm have heard reproach, hame hath 1370 covered our faces: for p ftrangers are 1.G.. come into the fanctuaries of the Lam. LORDS house. 2.10. Wherefore behold, the days come, Palm faith LORD, I will do judgment 70.1.2. upon her graven images,and through and all her land the wounded fhall groan. all the men of war fled,and went forth Jer. 74-3-4-53 Though Babylon should mount out of the city by night by the way of 39. 4. Gen up to heaven, and though the fhould the gate between the two walls,which Ama. II.4 fortifie the height of her strength, was by the kings garden (now theCal- 2. 14. Amos yer from me fhall pollerscome unto deans were by the city round about) Pfalm her,faith the LORD. and they went by the way of the plain, 50. Obad.4 A found of a cry cometh from Ba- 8 But the army of the Caldeans 21, 22. ver.4 bylon, and great r deftruction from Pufued after king, and m overtook † Heb. Jer. the land of the Caldeans. Zedekiah in the plains of Jericho,and paks 30. 15. 55 Because the LORD hath fpoiled all bisarmy was fcattered from him. with r. Jer. Babylon, and deftroyed out of her 9 Then they took the king, and him 50.22. the great voice, when her waves do carried him up unto the king of Baby Judg Jet. roar like great waters, a noife of their lon to Riblah in the land of Hamath, ment. 48.45. voice is uttered. acid to veh Where he f† gave judgment upon Jers Rev. 56 Because thet fpoiler is come up him. 17.16. on her, even upon Babylon, and her 10And the king of Babylon n flew the and mighty men are taken, every one of fans of Zedekiah before his eyes: he 39.5. their bowests broken, for the LORD few alfo all the princes of Judah in Jer. Pfal. God of recompences fhall furely Riblah. 39.6. 11 Then he put out the eyes of Ze- ver. 11. 94. 1. require. 2Th. 57And I will make ydrunk her princes, dekiah and the king of Babylon Pfalm and her wife men, her captains, and bound him o in chains, and carried 107.40. Jer. her rulers, and her mighty mens and him to Babylon,& put him in prifon zk. 25.16. they hall de p a perpetual fleep, and till the day of his death.
Jer. not wake,falch the king,whofe name 11 Now in the q fifth monech, In the q Zech, 5. 10. is the LORD of hosts. r tenth day of the moneth (which was 7.3. 8 Thus faith the LORD of hosts, the ninteenth year of Nebuchadrezzar and The z. broad walls of Babylon fhall be king of Babylon) came Nebuzaradan 3.19. bJer. utterly broken, and her high gates caprain of the guard, which ferved ther 2Kia. 29.3. fhall be burnt with fire, and the people king of Babylon,into Jerufalem 25.8.2 Palm fhall labour & in vain, and the folk in 13 Andt burnt the # houfe of the Jer. 120.7. the fire, and they fhall be weary, LORD, and the kings houfe, and all 25. 16. the houfes of Jerufalem,&all the houf-Jer. es of the great men burnt he with fire. 25. I. 14 And all the army of the Caldeans, fjer. that were with the captain of the 7.9,13 guard, brake down all the walls of # 2Kin, Jerufalem round about. 25.19
15 Then Nebuzaradan the captain Jer of the guard, carried away captive 41. 1. certain of the y pooroff people, and x Neb. the refidue of the people that remain- 1.34 ed in the city,and thofe that fell away, y 2Kin. that fell to the king of Babylon, and 24. 14. Jur.
Exod.59 The word which Jeremiah pro16.33. phet commanded Seraiah,ÿ son ofNeI Thef. tiah, fon of Maafelah, when he went 4. 18. with Zedekiah the king of Judah into Job Babylon,iny fourth year of his reign; 19. 23. and this Seraian was caquier prince. Jer. 60 So Jeremiah wrote din a book all 50.3. the evil that should come upon Babyfve. 26 lon,even all the fe words that are writ Jera ten againft Babylon. 49. 34. 6 And Jeremiah faid to Seraiah, Rev. When thou comeft to Babylon, and 18. 21. fhalt fee,and fhalt read all thefe words, the rest of the multitude. 61 Then fhalt thou fay, O LORD, 16 But Nebuzaradan the captain of 40.7. 26. 14. thou haft spoken against this place,to the guard, lefe certain of the poor ofzzKin. ard cut it off, that none hall remain in It: husband for vine-dreffers, and for25. 13. 64. 14. man nor that it Jer. fhall bef defolate for ever. $0.39.63 And It fhall be when thou hast bv. 56. made an end of reading this book, that Mal. thou fhalt binda ftone to it, and caft it into the midst of Euphrates. 64 And thou chair fay, Thus that 16. 13. Babylon g fink,and fhall not rife from i Jer. the evil that I will bring upon her 48.47. and chey fhall be b weary. I Thus far are the words of Jeremiah, CAAP. LII.
1 Zedekiah rebelleth. 4 Jerufalem is arkin. hefteged and taken. 34.18.
Edekiah was a one & twenty years 25. 1. he reigned eleven years in Jerufalem, 2 Chr. and his mothers name was Hamurai 36.11. the daughter of Jeremiah of Libnah. 625a. And he did that which was evil bin II. 28. the eyes of the LORD, caccording to 2 King all that Jehofakim had done. 20.3. 3 Ford through the anger of the CI Kin. LORD it came to pafs in Jerufalem 234:26. 17. 15. Psalm 81, 11. Rom. 1. 21,
17 Alfo the pillars of brafs that were 27.
Lamentations. Chap. 1.
Her complaint. Kin. bits,and fa fillet of twelve cubics did the feventh year three thousand m ver. 7.15. compafs it, and the thickness thereof Jews and three and twenty. 129. g2Kin. was four fingers: it was hollow.019 In the eighteenth year of Ne- 2 King 2.17. 22 And a chapiter of brafs was upon buchad-rezzar hecarried away captive 24. 12. Kigit,and the height of one chapirer was from Jerufalem eight hundred thirty Jer. 7.16. give cubits with net-work,&pomgra and two t perfons." Aufsch 25. I. 2Kin.nates upon chaplters round about, 30 In the a three and twentieth year I King 25. 18. all of brafs the fecond pillar alfo,and of Nebuchad-nezzar, Nebuzaradan the 15. ijer. the pomgranates were like unto thefe captain of the guard carried away 25,28. 23 And there were ninety and fix captive of the Jews feven hundred 2Kia. pomgranates on a fide, and all the forty and five perfons: all the perfons 24. 16. 22.25 Pomgranat s upon the net-work were were four thousand and fix hundred. Jerem. Jer an hundred round about. 31 And it came to pafs in the 5.9.. 25. 1. 24 T And the b captain of the guard feven and thirtieth year of the cap-t Heb. Chro.cook Seralah the chief prieft, &? Ze tivity of Jehojachin king of Judah,in Jouless 5:12. phaniah the k fecond prieft, and the the twelfth month, in the five and Exod. 23.4 three keepers of the door. twentieth day of the moneth, that I. 5. 2 King 25 He took aifo out of the city an P Evil-merodach king of Babylon,in Jer. 43. 23.4 eunuch, which had the charge of the the first year of his reign,q lifted up o Kin. men of war, and I feven men of them the hear of Jehojachin king of Judah, Gen. 25.19 the t were near kings perfon,which and brought him torch out of prifon, 1256 Heb. were found in the city and the princi- 31 Andipake kindly unto him, and Jer S palf.ribe of the hoft, who mustered fethis throne above the throne of the 41.2. the the people of the land, and threefcore kings that were with him inBabylon. Jer Kings men of the people of the land that 33 Andr changed his prifon gar- 2. 11. face were found in the midst of the city. ments:&he did continually eat bread 9 2Kin. 2 King 16 So Nebuzaradan the captain of before him all the days of his life. 25:27. 18. 10. the guard took them,& brought them 34 And for his dier,there was a coner Gen. and to the king of Babylon to Riblah. tinual dier given him of the king of41. 42. 219. 27 And king of Babylon fmore them, Babylon, every day a portion until/25a. Matth, and put them to death in Riblah,in the day of his death, all the days of 9.7. 18. 10. land of Hamath; thus Judah was car his life. kan lagi, 57 2 King Varied away captive out of his own land. evo 24. 12. 18. This is the people whom Nebu- Jerem. 1511. Dan. 1. 9. and 2.43. and chad-nezzar carried away captive in 3.30 Jalliant, modne staving 9) Men (enegades,
The LAMENTATIONS of JEREMIAH.
1 Jerufalems mi frry for her fins:12 Her
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fore membre not her last end, the Deut. had no comiorter: O LORD,behold 32.29. my affliction for the enemy hath x Deut. x magnified himself. cham 1732.27. 10s The adversary hath spread out Jer. his hand upon all her pleafant things: 51.51.
Pfal 132.14 and 48, 201
Eze. tions, and b princefs among the pro- entred into her fanctuary, whom thou 21.28. 420. vinces,how is the become c tributary? didft command that they thould not a Jer Dan fore night and enter 28, 13. her tears are on her cheeks among 11 All her people figh, they feek Pfal. Jere all her lovers the hath none to com- a bread,they have given their pleafant 12. S. 91. fort her, all her friends have deals things for meat to relieve the foul: Luke and treacherously with her they are fee, O LORD, and confider, for 1 10.30. 13. 17. become her enemies. banner na dam become b viles e Oba. Judah fis gone into captivity, 12 Is it nothing to you all yea Rome 9.12. ver. 7.,because of afflictions and becaufe of that c pafs by?behold and fee, if there Mich. great fervitude: the g dwelleth among be any forrow like unto my forrow, I. 18. 7.5. the heathen, the findeth no reft: all which is done unto me, wherewith Jet. Deut. her perfecutors overtook her between the LORD hath afflicted me in the 23.31. the b traics. 25.30. in lubline on day of his fierce anger. ed me s Ezek. Lam. 4 The ways of Zion do mourn,be- 13 From above hath he fent fire into 12. 13. 2.9. caufe none come to the folemn fealts; my bones and it prevalleth againit and bfer all her gates are defolate,k her prieft them he hath fpread ea net for my 17.20. 2.8. figh, her virgins are afflicted,and the feet, he hath turned me back: he fDeut. Mich. in bitternels. Secondead bath made me defolate, 3.12. Her adverfaries are the /chief,her the day. andfaint all 23.47. Matth. Lam-enemies profper for the LORD 14 Thef yoke of my tranfgreffions is II.ვი. 418. hath afflicted her for them multicutle bound by his hand, they are g wreath.& PTOV. Deut of her tranfgreffions,her children are ed, and come up upon my neck: he 5.22. 23:13. gone into captivity before the enemy. hath made my ftrength to fall, Lord Eccl. Dan-3 And from the daughter of Zion z all hath delivered me into their hands.4 12. 37. 3-her beauty is departed her princes from whom I am not able to rife up. 24. 14. are like that find o no 15 under 30. 14. pafture, and they are gone without foot all my b mighty men in midn Jer. itrength before the purfuer. of me he hath called an affembly a-Hof. 1.78 52.13.7 Jerufalem remembred in the days gainft me to i crush my young men 9.13. Amosof her affli&ton, and of her miferies, the Lord hath troden tre virgin, the Rev. 8. 11. all her pleasant things that he had daughter ofJudah,askin a wine-prefs. 14 Lam. in the days of old, when her people. 2.4. fell into the hand of the enemy, and qal: none did help her, adverfaries faw 137.3 her, and did a mock at her fabbaths. Ley. 8 Jerufalem hath r grievously finned: 26.34.d removed all Ikin noured her,defpife her,becaufa they 8.46 have feen her nakednets: yea fhe Ezek figheth,and turneth backward. 16.37. 9 Her t filthiness is in her skirts, the Ezek. B4.2.
10 For these things I weep, limine 19, 20. eye, mine eye runneth down with wa- Jet. ter, because them comforter that 117. fhould relieve my foul is far from Co me: my children are defolate, be-1.3. enemy 17 Ziano fpreadeth forth her hands. Ifai. and there is none to comfort her: the Efthe LORD bath commanded concernin Jacob 3.15. and 436, Jer. 4.34
Chap. 1i, ili Zerufalems mifery. Jacob, that his adverfarles fhould be 10 The elders of the daughter ofZion Sam.round about him:Jerufalem is P as a fit upon ground,and keep filence; Pfal. 2.30. menftrous woman among them. they have calt up duft upon their 122. 5. q Dan. 18 The LORD q is righteous,for 1 heads; they have girded themfelvs have rebelled against his 7 command- fackcloth the virgins of Jerufalem Palm ment: hear, I pray you, all people, a hang down their heads to ground. Luk. 119.72. and behold my forro v.my/virgins & 116 Mine eyes do fail with tears;my 21. 28. Deut.my young men are gone into captivity. bowels are croubled my liver is pour-b Pfal. 28.49. 19 I called for my lovers: but they ed upon the earth, for the deftru&tion 6.7. Jer deceived me; my u priefts and mine of the daughter of my people, be- fial. 14. 14. elders gave up the ghoft in the city, caufe the children and the fuckitngs 7. 16. Lam. while they fought their meat to re- c fwoon in the ftreets of the city. d Lame 4. I. lieve their fouls. 12, They fay to their mother, Where 4. 4.
Ifai. 20 Behold, O LORD, for I am in is d corn and wine? when they fwoon- Dan.. 16. 11. diftrefs; my bowels are x troubled, ed as the wounded in the ftreets of the 2. 12. y Deut. mine heart is turned within me, for city, when their foul was poured out Job 32. 25.1 have grievoudly rebelled: y abroad Inco their mothers bofom."
9. II. Pfal. the fword bereaveth, at home there 13 What thing fhall I take to witnefs Jer. 137.7. is as death. for thee? what thing fhall I liken to 51.42. a Pfal. 21 They have heardthat I figh, there thee, O daughterof Jerufalem? whats Mart 37. 13. Is none to comfort me: all mine ene- fhall le equal to thee, that I may com- 19.26. Prov. mies have heard of my trouble, they fort thee, virgin daughter of Zion?g Jer. 24. 17. are glad that thou hast done it:thou for thy breach is great like f the fea: 2.8. b Jet.wilt bring ay day that thou hast cal-g who can heal thee? 51. 49. led, and they fhall be b like unto me. 14 Thyg prophets have feen vain 16. 14. Palm 21 Let all their wickednefs come and foolish things for thee, and they blai. 109.15.before thee; and do unto them, as have b not difcovered thine iniquity, 58. 1. thou haft done unto me for all my co turn away thy captivity, but have Lam. tranfgreffions:for my fighs are many, fes of banishment. feen for thee falfe burthens, and cau- I. S. and my heart is faint. k. Pfal. CHAP. II. 15 All that pafs by, clap their hands 48. 2. Lam. Jeremiah laments Jerufalems mifery, at thee; they hifs and wag their head at Ifal. 3.244.TO hath the LORD a covered the the daughter of Jerufalem, faying, Is 56.2. daughter of a this men m 4.21. his anger, and caft down from heaven of beauty,the joy of the whole earth? 35.21 ePfalmunto the earth the & beauty of Ifrael, 16 All thine enemies have opened Lev. 99.5 and remembred not his c footitool in their mouth against thee:they hits and 26. 16. the day of his anger! gnath the reeth: they fay, We have Zech. 132.7. The Lord hath d fwallowed up all wallowed her up certainly this is 1.6. 4 Mic.the habitations of Jacob,and hath nor the day that we looked for: we have o Pfal. 3.12. pitied: he hath thrown down in his found, we have feen it. 38. 16. Lukewrath the e ftrong holds off daugh 17 The LORD hath done that which and 9.44. ter of Judah: he hath broutht them he had devifed he hath fulfilled his 89.42. fIfai. down to ground: he hath f polluted word that he had commanded in the Ifai. 29. 22. the kingdom and the princes thereof days of old:he hath thrown down and 26. Deut. He hath cut off in hi, g fierce anger hath not pitted and he hath caufed9, 16. 29.24. all the horn of Ifraelt he hath drawn thine enemy to rejoyce over thee,heq 2Kin. Pfal. back his right hand from before the hath fes up the horn of thine adver-24. 10. 44.3. Job like a flaming fire which devoureth LORD, O wall of the daughter of 9. 1. v. 7,3. enemy, and he burned against Jacob faries., 19 Their heart cried unto ther Jer. 13.24. round about. k Ifai. 4 He hath bent his bowe like fan Zion,let r tears run down like a river Pfal 63. 10. enemy: he ftood with his right hand day and night; give thy felf no reft, 119. Jer. as an adverfary,and flew all that were let not the apple of thine eye ceafe. 147. 6.11. pleafane to the eye, in the tabernacle 9 Arife,cry out in the night in ther Lam Pfalm of the daughter of Zion: / he poured beginning of the watches pour out 3. 4. 79.6. our his fury like fire. thine heart like water before the face ver.12, m Jer. The LORD was me as an enemy:he of the Lord: lift up thy hands towards Ifai. 30. 14. hath fwallowed up Ifrael, he hath him, for the life of thyt young chil-64.9. Prov. fwallowed up all herpalaces:he hath drea, that faint for hunger in the top x Lev. 21. 30. deftroyed of every 26.29. Jer. increated in the daughter of Judah 20Behold, O LORD,& confider to 2 Kig 9.21. mourning and lamentation. whom thou haft done this: fhall the 6.28. 2 King 6And he hath violently oraken away women x eat their fruit, & children ofy v. 17. 25.9. histabernacle,as if it were of agarden, afpan long?fhall Sprieft & the prophet Lam. Pfaim he hath deftroyed his places of the be gain in the fanctuary of the LORD? 3.43. So. 13. affembly: Lord hath caufedy folemn 21 The young and the old lie on the Jer. Ifai. fealls, and fabbaths to be forgotten in ground in the ffreets:my virgins & my 10. 5.5. Zion,& hath defpifed in the indigna- young men are fallen by the fword:3, 10. Lam.cion of his anger the king&f prleft. thou haft flain them in day of thinea Pfals 4. 16.7 The LORD hath caltoff his g altar: anger, thou hafty killed' & not pitied 31. 13. I sam. he hath abborred his fanctuary: he 22 Thou haft called z as in a folemn jer.. 12.25. hath given up into the hand of the day a my terrors round about fo that25. Jer. enemy the walls of her palaces; they in the day of the LORDS anger,noneb Ho 52.9. have made r a noife in the houfe offefcaped, nor remained: thofe that 19. 12 Ifai. LORD,as in day of a folemn feaft. have fwadled and brought up, hath13. 8 The LORD hath purpofed to mine b enemy confuined. Jer. deftroy the wal of the daughter of 7. 22. Zion; he hath ftretched out a line,he
CHA P. III.
Pfalmhath nor withdrawn his hand from The faithfull bewail their calamities,4 Jen Zirai. rampart and the wall to lament; they Ition by the rod of his weath Am man that feen affic-5. 12. therefore he Jer. 5. 5. languished together. 2 He hath led me, and brought melo. 5. Jer. 9Her gates are funk Into the ground; into c darknefs, but not into light. efalm 5.ro. he hath deftroyed and broken her 3 Surely against me Is he turned, he112.4 22Kin. bars; her king and her princes are turneth his hand against me all day. Ifai. 21.13. among the Gentiles; the law is no 4 My fleth and my fkin hath he made38. 13. Ifai. more, her y prophets alfo find no old, he hath e broken my bones. Jer. 34. IT. vifion from the LORD. #2 Ki. 24. 14. Am. 7. 11. 2 Chr. 15. 3. 7 Pfal.74.9, Ezck. 7. 20.
He hath fbuilded against me, and50. 17. compaffed me with gall and travel. Job
Gods Juice acknowledged.
Pfal.6 He hath fet me in dark places
45 Thou haft made us as the off-d Lam.
48 Mine eye runneth down, with Lam. rivers of water, for the fdeftru&tion. 16. of the daughter ofmy people. b Hai.
49 Mine eye trickleth down and 63. 15. seafeth not,without any intermiflion: Luke to Till the LORDD look down, and 23.28. behold from heaven. k Pfal. 51 Mine eye affecteth mine heart,35-7. becaufe of all the i daughters of my 1 Dán. city.
6. 17. 52 Mine enemies chafed me forem Pfal. like a bird, k without caufe. 124.
$3 They have cut off my life in 4. 5. y dungeon, & caft/a ftone upon me. Jon. 54m Waters Hlowed over mine head,2. 1. then 1 faid,I am cur off... • Pfal. 55 I called upon thy name, O 116. LORD, out of the nlow dungeon. 56 Thou o haft heard my voice Ifai. I, 2. hide not thine ear at my breathing 37. 15. at my cry. 17 Thoup drewelt near in 7 day that 12am Jam. called upon thee;thou faidft, Fear not.q Jer. 80 LORD, thou hatt q pleadeds1.36. the caufe of my foul, thou haft re-Pfalm deemed my life. 35.4. 19 O LORD, thou haft feen my Pfal. wrong,judge thou my r caufe. 9.4. 60 Thou haft feen all their fven-and geance and all their imaginations 43-29 611 hou haft heard their t reproach 13. O LORD, and all their imaginations 7,17. against me; 61 The lips of thofe that rofe up 37.4. Ifal. against me, and their device against u Pfal me all the day.
63 Behold their x fitting down,and x Ifai. their rifing up, I am their mufick, 37.28. 64 Ty Render unto them a recom- y2 Th Spence, O LORD, according to the 4. 14. work of their hands.
Pfalm 65 Give them forrow of heart, thy 28.4 curfe unto them. 66Perfecure & deltroy them in anger, 29. Jer. 5. from zander & heavens of LORD. De 25. 19.
5.14. 12 He hath bent his bowe, and fet
Co. 16 He hath alfo broken my teeth
Mich.18 And x Ifald, My ftrength and my
Pfalm 26 It is good that a man fhould both
CHAP. IV. Zion bewailethher pitiful estate. is the molt fine gold changed ! How is the gold become dim! bow the ftones of fanctuary are a pour- a Jor. ed out in the top of every freer, 2 The precious fons of Zion com- Matth 39.8. parable to fine gold, how are they 24.4. esteemed b as earthen pitchers, the bifai. work of the hands of the potter ! 30..14. 3 Even the fea-moniters draw out the 2 Cor. breaft,they give fuck to their young 4. 7. ones the daughter of my people is Deut. became cruel, like the oftriches in 28. the wilderness.
4 The tongue of the fucking child Rom.
John the LORD 4 approveth not.
Ifai mandeth not?
Pfalm 31 For the LORD will not caft off
Ezekiel. Chap. 1.
Her complaint and prayer. they are not known in the streets: quity is b accomplished, O daughter Ifal. Lev. their fkin cleaveth to their bones, it of Zion, he will no i more carry thee40.2. 26.39. is withered it is become like a ftick. away into captivity: he will k vifiti Ezek k Jer. 9 They that be flain with the fword, thine iniquity, O daughter of Edom,37.25. kifai. 37.10. are better than they that be flain with he will difcover thy fins. 10. 13 'falm hunger for thefe i pine away, k 109.24.ftricken through for want of the Kin.fruies of the field. 3.26. 10 the /
2 Our inheritance is turned b to ftrangers, our houses to aliens,
3 We are c orphans and fatherless, 14.
our mothers are as widows.
4 We have drunken our water for money, our wood dis fold unto us.
We have given the hand to the Mare. Egyptians,and to the Affyrians, to be gfatisfied with bread.
11. 28. Ifai. 17.9.
Ifai. have m fodden their own children, 49. 15. they were their meat in f deftruction a reproach. mLam. of the daughter of my people. 2.20. 11 The LORD hath accomplished 1 King his fury, he hath n poured our his 6.29. fierce anger, and hath kindled a fire Jer. in Zion and it hath devoured the 10. 25. foundations thereot. Deut. 12 The kings of the earth,and all these Our necks are under perfecution:2. 13. 32.22. Inhabitants of the world would not we flabour and have no reft. Jer. have believed, that the adverfary and 21. 14. the enemy fhould have entred into Pfalm the gates of Jerufalem. 4S. 13. 13. For the q fins of her prophets, Jer and me iniquities of her priests, that 14,14 have fhed the blood of the juft in and the midst of her; 14 They have wandred fas blind men Rev in the ftreets, they have polluted 18.24 themfelves with blood, fo that men Ifai. could not touch their garments. 59. 10. 15 They cried unto them,t Depart Jer.. ye,it is unclean, depart,depart,touch 2.34. not, when they fled away and wanIfai. dred: # they feld among the heathen, 52. 11. They thall no more fojourn there. Lev. 16The anger of LORD hath divi38. 16 ded them, he will no more regard them: Micah. they x refpected not the perfons of y 3.6. priefts,they favored not the elders. 22 Kin. 17 As for us, our eyes as yet y fail25.18ed for our vain help in our watchChing we have watched for a nation 36. 12. that could notfave us. y Jer. 4. 14.
7h Our fathers have finned, i and are Jer. not,&we havek born their iniquitjes. 31.39. 8 Servants have ruled over us: there Zech. is none that doth deliver us out of 1.5, 6. their hand.
We gat our bread with the m perilk Matt of our lives, because of the fword of 1 Pov. the wilderness. 107 Ourfkin was black like an oven, Ifai. because of the terrible famin. 19.4. 11 They o ravished women in Zion, 2 St. and the maids in the cities of Judah.23. 17. 12 Princes are hanged up by their Lam hand: the faces of elders were not ho4.8. noured. o Ifai. 13.16. Pfalm
13 They took the young men q to grindo, and the children fell under, the wood.
18 They hunt our fteps, that a we cannot go in our ftreets: our end is Ifai. near, our days are fulfilled, for our 20.5.0 endis come. 42Kin. 19 Our perfecutors are cfwifter than the Ezek. us upon the mountains, they laid wait
14 The elders have ceafed from the 107.40 gate, young men from their mufick.Juk 15 The joy of our heart is ceafed,, Gen. our dance is turned into mourning. 34.20. 16 The terown is fallen from our Jer. head: wo unto us we have finned. 17 For this our heart is faint, fort Pfalm thefe things our eyes are dim. 89.39. Becaufe y of Zion, is defolate) foxes walk upon it.4.fi. 19 Thou, O LORD, remaineft for xism. ever:thy a throne from generation to 14. 29. generation. y Mich 20Wherefore doft thou forget us b for. 12. ever, and forfake us fo long time? z Pfal. 21 c Turn thou us unto thee O 63.10.
7.23. for us in the wilderness..
Amos 20 The d breath of our noftrils,the 2. 14. anointed of the LORD was taken in da Kin. their e pits, of whom we faid, Under 24. his fhadow we fhall live among the 12, 15. heathen.. Jer 21fRejoyce and be glad,O daugh$2.9. ter of Edom, that dwelleft in the land fPfalm of Uz, fg cup alfo fhall pafs through Go.S. unto thee thou fhalt be drunken, and g. Jer halt make thy felf naked. 25.19.
LORD, and we fhall be turned a Pfal. renew our days as of old.
12 But thou haft utterly rejected. us: thou are e very wroth against us. 13. 1.
12 The punishment of thine ini-e Jer. 31. 18. 4 Hab.3.2.
97 The Book of the Prophet EZEKIEL.
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