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Bible in one year


January 8


Genesis 15:1-21
1. After these deeds, the word of GOD(the LORDE) came unto Abram in a vision saying fear not Abram, I am thy shield, and thy reward shall be exceeding great.
2. And Abram answered: Lord Jehovah(LORde Iehouah) what wilt thou give me: I go childless, and the cater of mine house, this Eleasar of Damasco hath a son.
3. And Abram said: See, to me hast thou given to seed: lo, a lad born in my house shall be mine heir.
4. And behold, the word of the LORD spake unto Abram saying: He shall not be thine heir, but one that shall come out of thine own body shall be thine heir.
5. And he brought him out at the doors and said: Look up unto heaven and tell the stars, if thou be able to number them. And said unto him: Even so shall thy seed be.
6. And Abram believed the LORD, and it was counted to him for righteousness.
7. And he said unto him: I am the LORD that brought thee out of Ur in Chaldea to give thee this land to possess it.
8. And he said: Lord GOD,(LORde God) whereby shall I know that I shall possess it?
9. And he said unto him: take an heifer of three year old, and a she goat of three years old, and a three year old ram, a turtle dove and a young pigeon.
10. And he took all these and divided them in the midst, and laid every piece, one over against another. But the fowls divided he not.
11. And the birds fell on the carcasses, but Abram drove them away.
12. And when the sun was down, there fell a slumber upon Abram. And lo, fear and great darkness came upon him.
13. And he said unto Abram: know this of a surety, that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that pertaineth not unto them. And they shall make bondmen of them and entreat them evil four hundred years.
14. But the nation whom they shall serve, will I judge. And afterward shall they come out with great substance.
15. Nevertheless thou shalt go unto thy fathers in peace, and shalt be buried when thou art of a good age:
16. and in the fourth generation they shall come hither again, for the wickedness of the Amorites is not yet full.
17. When the sun was down and it was waxed dark: behold, there was a smoking furnace and a fire brand that went between the said pieces.
18. And that same day the LORD made a covenant with Abram saying: unto thy seed will I give this land, from the river of Egypt, even unto the great river Euphrates:
19. the Kenites, the Kenizites, the Cadmonites,
20. the Hethites, the Pherezites, the Raphaims,
21. the Amorites, the Cananites, the Gergesites and the Jebusites.

Genesis 16:1-16
1. Sarai Abram's wife bare him no children. But she had an hand maid an Egyptian, whose name was Hagar.
2. Wherefore she said unto Abram: Behold the LORD hath closed me, that I can not bear. I pray thee go in unto my maid, peradventure I shall be multiplied by means of her; And Abram heard the voice of Sarai.
3. Then Sarai Abram's wife took Hagar her maid the Egyptian (after Abram had dwelled ten year in the land of Canaan) and gave her to her husband Abram, to be his wife.
4. And he went in unto Hagar, and she conceived. And when she saw that she had conceived her mistress was despised in her sight.
5. Then said Sarai unto Abram: Thou dost me unright, for I have given my maid into thy bosom: and now because she seeth that she hath conceived, I am despised in her sight: the LORD judge between thee and me.
6. Then said Abram to Sarai: behold, thy maid is in thy hand, do with her as it pleaseth thee. And because Sarai fared foul with her, she fled from her.
7. And the Angel of the LORD found her beside a fountain of water in the wilderness: even by a well in the way to Sur.
8. And he said: Hagar Sarai's maid, whence comest thou and whither wilt thou go? And she answered: I flee from my mistress Sarai.
9. And the Angel of the LORD said unto her: return to thy mistress again, and submit thyself under her hands.
10. And the angel of the LORD said unto her: I will so increase thy seed, that it shall not be numbered for multitude.
11. And the LORD's angel said further unto her: see, thou art with child and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ismael: because the LORD(LORDE) hath heard thy tribulation.
12. He will be a wild man, and his hand will be against every man, and every man's hand against him. And yet shall he dwell fast by all his brethren.
13. And she called the name of the LORD that spake unto her: thou art the God that lookest on me, for she said: I have of a surety seen here the back parts of him that seeth me.
14. Wherefore she called the well, the well of the living that seeth me which well is between Cades and Bared.
15. And Hagar bare Abram a son, and Abram called his son's name which Hagar bare Ismael.
16. And Abram was eighty six year old, when Hagar bare him Ismael.

Psalms 5:1-7
1. To the Chanter in Nehiloth, a Psalm of David. Hear my words (O LORD) consider my calling.
2. O mark the voice of my petition, my King and my God, for unto thee will I make my prayer.
3. Hear my voice by times (O LORD) for early in the morning will I get me unto thee, yea and that with diligence.
4. For thou art not the God that hath pleasure in wickedness, there may no ungodly person dwell with thee.
5. Such as be cruel may not stand in thy sight, thou art an enemy unto all wicked doers.
6. Thou destroyest the liars: the LORD abhoreth the bloodthirsty and deceitful.
7. But as for me, I will come into thy house, even upon the multitude of thy mercy: and in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy temple.

Proverbs 2:6-9
6. For it is the LORD that giveth wisdom, out of his mouth cometh knowledge and understanding.
7. He preserveth the welfare of the righteous, and defendeth them that walk innocently:
8. He keepeth them in the right path, and preserveth the way of his saints.
9. Then shalt thou understand righteousness, judgment and equity, yea and every good path.

Matthew 6:19-34
19. (See that ye) Gather not treasure together on(upon the) earth, where rust and moths corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal.
20. But gather ye treasures together in heaven, where neither rust, nor yet moths corrupt: and where thieves neither break up, nor yet steal.
21. For wheresoever your treasure is, there are your hearts also.(there will your hears be also.)
22. The light of the body is thine eye. Wherefore if thine eye be single, all thy body is(all body shall be) full of light.
23. But and if thine eye be wicked, then is all thy body(shall be) full of darkness. Wherefore if the light that is in thee, be darkness: how great is that darkness?
24. No man can serve two masters. For either he shall hate the one, and love the other: or else he shall lean to the one, and despise that(the) other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.
25. Therefore I say unto you, be not careful(carefull) for your life what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink, nor yet for your body, what raiment ye shall wear.(put on.) Is not the life more worth than meat? and the body more of value than raiment?
26. Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither reap, nor yet carry into the barns, and yet your heavenly father feedeth them. Are ye not (much) better than they?
27. Which of you (though he took thought therefore) could put one cubit unto his stature?
28. And why care ye then for raiment? Behold(Consider) the lilies of the field, how they grow. They labor not, neither spin.
29. And yet for all that I say unto you, that even Solomon in all his royalty, was not arrayed like unto one of these.
30. Wherefore if God so clothe the grass, which is today in the field, and tomorrow shall be cast into the furnace: shall he not much more do the same unto you, O ye of little faith?
31. Therefore take no thought saying: what shall we eat, or what shall we drink, or wherewith shall we be clothed?
32. (After all these things seek the gentiles) For your heavenly father knoweth that ye have need of all these things.
33. But rather seek ye first the kingdom of heaven, and the righteousness thereof, and all these things shall be ministered unto you.
34. Care not therefore for the day following.(morrow) For the day following(morrow) shall care for itself. Each days trouble is sufficient for the same self day.(Care not therefore then for the morrow, but let the morrow care of itself: for the day present hath ever enough of his own travail.)