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Bible in one year


October 3


Isaiah 57:1-21
1. But in the mean season the righteous perisheth, and no man regardeth it in his heart; Good godly people are taken away, and no man considereth it. Namely: that the righteous is conveyed away thorow the wicked:
2. that he himself might be in rest, lie quietly upon his bed, and live after his own pleasure.
3. Come hither therefore ye charmer's children, ye sons of the advoutrer, and the whore:
4. Wherein take ye your pleasure? Upon whom gape ye with your mouth, and blear out your tongue? Are ye not children of advoutry, and a seed of dissimulation?
5. Ye take your pleasure under the oaks, and under all green trees, the child being slain in the valleys, and dens of stone.
6. Thy part shall be with the stony rocks by the river: Yea even these shall be thy part. For there thou hast poured meat and drink offerings unto them. Should I oversee that?
7. Thou hast made thy bed upon high mountains, thou wentest up thither, and there hast thou slain sacrifices.
8. Behind the doors and posts, hast thou set up thy remembrance. When thou hast discovered thyself to another than me, when thou wentest down and made thy bed wider (that is) when thou didst carve the certain of yonder Idols, and lovedest their couches, where thou sawest them.
9. Thou wentest straight to kings with oil and divers ointments (that is) thou hast sent thy messengers far off, and yet art thou fallen into the pit thereby.
10. Thou hast had trouble for the multitude of thine own ways, yet saidest thou never: I will leave off. Thou thinkest to have life (or health) of thy self, and therefore thou believest not that thou art sick.
11. For when wilt thou be abashed or fear, seeing thou hast broken thy promise, and rememberest not me, neither hast me in thine heart? Thinkest thou, that I also will hold my peace (as afore time) that thou fearest me not?
12. Yea verily I will declare thy goodness and thy works, but they shall not profit thee
13. when thou cryest, let thy chosen heap deliver thee. But the wind shall take them all away, and carry them in to the air. Nevertheless, they that put their trust in me, shall inherit the land, and have my holy hill in possession.
14. And therefore thus he sayeth: Make ready, make ready, and clean the street, take up what ye can out of the way that leadeth to my people.
15. For thus sayeth the high(hie) and excellent, even he that dwelleth in everlastingness, whose name is the holy one: I dwell high above and in the sanctuary, and with him also, that is of a contrite and humble spirit: that I may heal a troubled mind, and a contrite heart.
16. For I chide not ever, and am not wroth without end. But the blasting goeth from me, though I make the breath.
17. I am wroth with him for his covetousness and lust, I smite him, I hide me, and am angry, when he turneth himself, and followeth the byway of his own heart.
18. But if I may see his right way again, I make him whole, I lead him and restore him unto them whom he maketh joyful, and that were sorry for him.
19. I make the fruits of thanksgiving. I give peace unto them that are far off, and to them that are nigh, say I the LORD, that make him whole.
20. But the wicked are like the raging see, that can not rest, whose water foameth with the mire and gravel.
21. Even so the wicked have no peace, sayeth my God.

Isaiah 58:1-14
1. And therefore cry now, as loud as thou canst. Leave not off, lift up thy voice like a trumpet, and shew my people their offenses, and the house of Jacob their sins.(Cry with the throat and spare not. Lift up thy voice as a trumpet, and tell my people their offences and the house of Jacob their sins.)
2. For they seek me daily, and will know my ways, even as it were a people that did right, and had not forsaken the statutes of their God. They argue with me concerning right judgement, and will pleate at the law with their God.(For me they seek day by day, and will know my ways, as a people that doth righteousness, and hath not forsaken the equity of their God.)
3. Wherefore fast we (say they) and thou seest it not? we put our lives to straightness, and thou regardest it not?(They seek of me righteous judgements, and will draw nigh unto God. Why have we fasted and thou hast not looked upon it, have humbled our souls, and thou wouldest not wit it.)
4. Behold, when ye fast, your lust remaineth still: for ye do no less violence to your debtors: Lo, ye fast for strife and debate, and to smite him with your fist that speaketh unto you. Ye fast not (as some time) that your voice might be heard above.(Behold when ye fast, ye can find your own lusts, and can call cruelly on all your debtors. Ye fast to law and strive and to smite with fist wickedly. Fast not as ye now do, to make your voice to be heard upon high.)
5. Think ye this fast pleaseth me, that a man should chasten himself for a day, and to wring his head about like an hook in an hairy cloth, and to lie upon the earth? Should that be called fasting, or a day that pleaseth the LORD?(Should it be such a manner of fast that I should chose, a day that a man should hurt his soul in? Or to bow down his head like a bulrush? Or to spread sack cloth and ashes under him? Shouldest thou call this a fast, and a day acceptable unto the LORD?)
6. But this fasting pleaseth not me, till the time be thou lowse him out of bondage, that is in thy danger: that thou break the oath of wicked bargains, that thou let the oppressed go free, and take from them all manner of burthens.(Or is not this rather the fast that I have chosen? To loose wicked bonds and to unbind bundles of oppression? And to let the bruised go free? And that ye should break all manner yokes?)
7. It pleaseth not me, till thou deal thy bread to the hungry, and bring the poor fatherless home into thy house, when thou seest the naked that thou cover him, and hide not thy face from thine own flesh.(yea and to break the bread to the hungry, and to bring the poor that are harbourless unto house, and when thou seest a naked, that thou clothe him and that thou shouldest withdraw thyself from helping thine own flesh?)
8. Then shall thy light break forth as the morning, and thy health flourish right shortly: thy righteousness shall go before thee, and the glory of the LORD shall embrace thee.(Then should the light break out as doth the dayspring, and then health should shortly bud out. And thy righteousness shall go before thee, and the glory of the LORD would come upon thee.)
9. Then if thou callest, the LORD shall answer thee: if thou cryest, he shall say: Here I am.(Then shouldest thou call, and the LORD answer, then shouldest thou cry, and he shall say: lo here am I. For I the LORD thy God am merciful.) Yea If thou layest away thy burthens, and holdest thy fingers, and ceasest from blasphemous talking,
10. if thou hast compassion upon the hungry, and refreshest the troubled soul: Then shall thy light spring out in the darkness, and thy darkness shall be as the noon day.
11. The LORD shall ever be thy guide, and satisfy the desire of thine heart, and fill thy bones with marry. Thou shalt be like a fresh watered garden, and like the fountain of water, that never leaveth running.
12. Then the places that have ever been waste, shall be builded of thee: there shalt thou lay a foundation for many kindreds. Thou shalt be called the maker up of hedges, and the builder again of the way of the Sabbath.
13. Yea if thou turn thy feet from the Sabbath, so that thou do not the thing which pleaseth thy self in my holy day: then shalt thou be called unto the pleasant, holy, and glorious Sabbath of the LORD, where thou shalt be in honor: so that thou do not after thine own imagination, neither seek thine own will, nor speak thine own words.
14. Then shalt thou have thy pleasure in the LORD, which shall carry thee high above the earth, and feed thee with the heritage of Jacob thy father: for the LORD's own mouth hath so promised.

Psalms 114:1-8
1. When Israel came out of Egypt, and the house of Jacob from among that strange people.
2. Judah was his sanctuary, Israel his dominion.
3. The sea saw that, and fled, Jordan turned back.
4. The mountains skipped like rams, and the little hills like young sheep.
5. What ailed thee, O thou sea, that thou fleddest? and thou Jordan, that thou turnest back?
6. Ye mountains, that ye skipped like rams: and ye little hills, like young sheep?
7. The earth trembled at the presence of the Lord,(LORDE) at the presence of the God of Jacob.
8. Which turned the hard rock into a standing water, and the flint stone into a springing well.

Proverbs 26:22-22
22. A slanderer's words are like flattery, but they pierce the inward parts of the body.

Ephesians 5:1-16
1. Be ye followers of God as dear children,
2. and walk in love even as Christ loved us, and gave himself for us, an offering and a sacrifice of a sweet savour to God.
3. So that fornication,(whoredom) and all uncleanness, or covetousness, be not once, named among you, as it becometh saints:
4. neither filthiness, neither foolish talking, neither jestings, which are not comely: but rather giving of thanks.
5. For this ye know, that no whoremonger, either unclean person, or covetous person (which is the worshipper of images) hath any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ, and of God.
6. Let no man deceive you with vain words. For thorow such things(Because of these) cometh the wrath of God upon the children of unbelief.
7. Be not therefore companions with them.
8. Ye were once darkness, but are now light in the Lord. Walk as children of light.
9. For the fruit of the spirit is, in all goodness, righteousness, and truth.
10. Accept that which(and prone what) is pleasing to the Lord:
11. and have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness: but rather rebuke them.
12. For it is shame even to name those things which are done of them in secret:
13. but all things, when they are rebuked of the light, are manifest. For whatsoever is manifest, that same is light.
14. Wherefore he saith: awake thou that sleepest, and stand up from death, and Christ shall give thee light.
15. Take heed therefore that ye walk circumspectly: not as fools:(unwise) but as wise,
16. redeeming the time: for the days are evil: