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November 13


Ezekiel 17:1-24
1. The word of the LORD came unto me, saying:
2. Thou son of man: put forth a dark speaking and a parable, unto the house of Israel;
3. And say: Thus sayeth the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) There came a great Aegle with great wings, yea with mighty long wings, full of feathers, of divers colours, upon the mount of Libanus, and took a branch from a Cedar tree,
4. and brake off the top of his twig, and carried it into the land of Canaan, and set it in a city of merchants.
5. He took also a branch of the land, and planted it in a fruitful ground, he brought it unto great waters, and set it as a willow tree thereby.
6. Then did it grow, and was a great vine stock, but low by the ground: thus there came of it a vine, and it brought forth blossoms, and spread out branches.
7. But there was another Aegle, a great one, which had great wings and many feathers: and behold, the roots of this vine had an hunger after him, and spread out his branches toward him, to water his fruits:
8. Nevertheless it was planted upon a good ground beside great waters: so that (by reason) it should have brought out branches and fruit, and have been a goodly vine.
9. Speak thou therefore, thus sayeth the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) Shall this vine prosper? Shall not his roots be plucked out, his fruit be broken off, his green branches wither and fade away? Yea without either strong armies or many people, shall it be plucked up by the roots.
10. Behold, it was planted: shall it prosper therefore? Shall it not be dried up and withered, yea even in the shooting out of his blossoms, as soon as the east wind bloweth?
11. Moreover the word of the LORD came unto me saying:
12. Speak to that froward household: Know ye not, what these things do signify? Tell them: Behold, the king of Babylon came to Jerusalem, and took the king and his princes, and led them to Babylon.
13. He took of the king's seed, and made a covenant with him, and took an oath of him: The princes of the land toke he with him also,
14. that the land might be held in subjection, and not to rebel, but keep the covenant, and fulfill it.
15. But he fell from him, and sent his Embassadors into Egypt that he might have horses and much people. Should that prosper? Should he be kept safe, that doth such things? Or should he escape, that breaketh his covenant?
16. As truly as I live, sayeth the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) He shall die at Babylon, in the place where the king dwelleth, that made him king: whose oath he hath despised, and whose covenant he hath broken.
17. Neither shall Pharaoh with his great host and multitude of people, maintain him in the war: when they cast up ditches, and set up bulwarks to destroy much people.
18. For seeing he hath despised the oath, and broken the covenant, (where as he yet gave his hand thereupon) and done all these things, he shall not escape.
19. Therefore thus sayeth the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) As truly as I live, I will bring mine oath that he hath despised, and my covenant that he hath broken, upon his own head.
20. I will cast my net about him, and catch him in my yarn. To Babylon will I carry him, there will I punish him, because of the great offense that he made me.
21. As for those that flee from him out of the host, they shall be slain with the sword. The residue shall be scattered toward all the winds: and ye shall know, that I the LORD have spoken it.
22. Thus sayeth the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) I will also take a branch from an high Cedar tree, and will set it, and take the uppermost twig, that yet is but tender, and plant it upon an high hill:
23. Namely, upon the high hill of Sion will I plant it: that it may bring forth twigs, and give fruit, and be a great Cedar tree: so that all manner of fowls may bide in it, and make their nests under the shadow of his branches.
24. And all the trees of the field shall know, that I the LORD have brought down the high tree, and set the low tree up: that I have dried up the green tree, and made the dry tree to flourish: Even I the LORD that spake it, have also brought it to pass.

Ezekiel 18:1-32
1. The word of the LORD came unto me, on this manner:
2. what mean ye by this common proverb, that ye use in the land of Israel, saying: The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the children's teeth are set on edge?
3. As truly as I live, sayeth the Lord GOD,(LORDE God) ye shall use this byword no more in Israel.
4. Behold, all souls are mine. Like as the father is mine, so is the son mine also. The soul that sinneth, shall die.
5. If a man be godly, and do the thing that is equal and right,
6. he eateth not upon the hills: he lifteth not his eyes up to the Idols of Israel, he defileth not his neighbour's wife: he meddleth with no menstruous woman:
7. he grieveth nobody: he giveth his debtor his pledge again, he raketh none other man's goods by violence: he parteth his mete with the hungry: he clotheth the naked:
8. he lendeth nothing upon usury: he taketh nothing over: he withdraweth his hand from doing wrong: he handleth faithfully betwixt man and man:
9. he walketh in my commandments, and keepeth my laws, and performeth them faithfully: This is a righteous man, he shall surly live, sayeth the Lord GOD.(LORDE God)
10. If he now get a son, that is a murderer, a shedder of blood: if he do one of these things
11. (though he do not all) he eateth upon the hills: he defileth his neighbour's wife:
12. he grieveth the poor and needy: he robbeth and spoileth: he giveth not the debtor his pledge again, he lifteth up his eyes unto Idols, and meddle with abominable things:
13. he lendeth upon usury, and taketh moreover. Shall this man live? He shall not live. Seeing he hath done all these abominations, he shall die: his blood shall be upon him.
14. Now if this man get a son also, that seeth all his father's sins, which he hath done: and feareth, neither doth such like:
15. Namely, he eateth not upon the mountains: he lifteth not his eyes up to the Idols of Israel: he defileth not his neighbour's wife:
16. he vexeth no man: he keepeth no man's pledge, he neither spoileth, nor robbeth any man: he dealeth his meat with the hungry: he clotheth the naked:
17. he opresseth not the poor: he receiveth no usury, nor anything over: he keepeth my laws, and walketh in my comandments: this man shall not die in his father's sin, but shall live without fail.
18. As for his father: because he oppressed and spoiled his brother, and did wickedly among his people: Lo, he is dead in his own sin.
19. And yet say ye: Wherefore then should not this son bear his father's sin? Therefore: because the son hath done equity and right, hath kept all my commandments, and done them: therefore, shall he live in deed.
20. The same soul that sinneth, shall die. The son shall not bear the father's offense, neither shall the father bear the son's offence. The righteousness of the righteous shall be upon him, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon him self also.(The soul that sinneth, she shall die. The son shall not bear part of the father's wickedness. The righteousness of the right shall be upon him, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be on him.)
21. But if the ungodly will turn away from all his sins that he hath done, and keep all my comandments, and do the thing that is equal and right: doubtless he shall live, and not die.(And yet the wicked if he turn from all his sins which he did, and keep all mine ordinances, and do justly and righteously, he shall live and not die.)
22. As for all his sins that he did before, they shall not be thought upon: but in his righteousness that he hath done, he shall live.(None of the sins that he hath done shall be reckoned unto him: In the righteousness that he hath done, he shall live.)
23. For have I any pleasure in the death of a sinner? sayeth the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) but rather that he convert and live.(For I desire not the death of a sinner (saith the Lorde Iehouah) but rather that he should turn from his way, and live.)
24. Again: If the righteous turn away from his righteousness, and do iniquity, according to all the abominations, that the wicked man doth, shall he live? All the righteousness that he hath done, shall not be thought upon: but in the fault that he offended withal and in the sin that he hath done, he shall die.(And so if a righteous turn from his righteousness and do wickedness, and shall do like unto all the abominations which a wicked doth, shall he live? No, none of those righteousness that he did shall be remembered. But in the wickedness which he wrought, and in the sin which he did, in them shall he die.)
25. And yet ye say: Tush, the way of the Lord(LORDE) is not indifferent. Hear therefore ye house of Israel: Is not my way right? Or, are not your ways rather wicked?(But you will say, the way of the Lord is not equal. Here I pray you ye house of Israel. Is not my way equal?)
26. When a righteous man turneth away from his righteousness, and meddleth with ungodliness: he must die therein: Yea for the unrighteousness that he hath done, must he die.(If a righteous turn from his righteousness and do wickedly, and die therefore: in the wickedness which he did he shall die.)
27. Again: when the wicked man turneth away from his wickedness, that he hath done, and doth the thing which is equal and right: he shall save his soul alive.(And when a wicked turneth from his wickedness and doth justly and righteously, he shall save his soul:)
28. For in so much as he remembereth himself, and turneth him from all the ungodliness, that he had used, he shall live, and not die.(because he feared and turned from all his wickedness which he did, he shall live and not die, saith the Lorde almighty.)
29. And yet sayeth the house of Israel: Tush, the way of the Lord(LORDE) is not equal. Are my ways unright, O ye house of Israel: Are not your ways rather unequal?
30. As for me, I will judge every man, according to his ways, O ye house of Israel, sayeth the Lord GOD.(LORDE God) Wherefore be converted, and turn you clean from all your wickedness, so shall there no sin do you harm.
31. Cast away from you all your ungodliness, that ye have done: make you new hearts and a new spirit. Wherefore will ye die, O ye house of Israel?
32. seeing I have no pleasure in the death of him that dieth, sayeth the Lord GOD.(LORDE God) Turn you then, and ye shall live.

Psalms 124:1-8
1. The song of the stairs. If it the LORD had not been of our side (now may Israel say)
2. If the LORD had not been of our side, when men rose up against us.
3. They had swallowed us up quick, when they were so wrathfully displeased at us.
4. Yea the waters had drowned us, the stream had gone over our soul.
5. The deep waters of the proud had gone even unto our soul.
6. But praised be the LORD, which hath not given us over for a prey unto their teeth.
7. Our soul is escaped, even as a bird out of the snare of the fowler: the snare is broken and we are delivered.
8. Our help standeth in the name of the LORD, which hath made heaven and earth.

Proverbs 28:21-21
21. To have respect of persons in judgement is not good: And why? he will do wrong, yea even for a piece of bread.

Hebrews 9:1-28
1. That first tabernacle verily had justifyings,(ordinances) and servings of God, and worldly(outward) holiness.
2. For that first tabernacle was made,(for there was a fore tabernacle made,) wherein was the candlestick, and the table, and the shew bread, which is called wholy.(Holy.)
3. Within(But behind) the second veil was the tabernacle,(But within the second vayle was there a tabernacle,) which is called holiest of all,
4. which had the golden censer, and the ark of the testament overlaid round about with gold, wherein was the golden pot with Manna, and Aaron's rod that sprung,(flourished) and the tables of the testament.
5. Over the ark(Above therein) were the cherubims of glory shadowing the seat of grace.(overshadowing the Mercyseat) Of which things, we will not now speak particularly.
6. When these things were thus ordained, the priests went always(all ways) into the first tabernacle and executed the service of God:
7. (But) Into the second went the high priest alone, once every(in the) year: but(and) not without blood, which he offered for himself, and for the ignorance of the people:
8. (Wherewith) The holy ghost this signifying, that the way of holy things(holiness) was not yet opened, while as yet the first tabernacle was standing,
9. which was a similitude of this present time,(a similitude for the tyme then present,) in which gifts and sacrifices are offered, which can(the time then present, and in which were offered gifts and sacrifices that could) not make them that minister perfect,(him, that did the Gods service) as pertaining to the conscience,
10. with meats only and drinks, and divers washings, and justifyings of the flesh, which were ordained until the time of reformation.
11. But Christ being an high(hye) priest of good things to come, came by a greater, and a more perfect tabernacle, not made with hands: that is to say, not of this manner building,
12. neither by the blood of goats, and calves: but by his own blood, he(we) entered once for all into the wholy(holy) place, and found eternal redemption.
13. For if the blood of oxen, and of goats, and the ashes of an heifer, when it was sprinkled, purified(halloweth) the unclean, as touching the purifying(purification) of the flesh:
14. How much more shall the blood of Christ (which thorow the eternal spirit, offered himself without spot to God) purge our(your) consciences from dead works, for to serve the living God?
15. And for this cause is he the mediator of the new testament, that as sone (as his death was fulfilled for the redemption(that thorow death which chanced for the redemption) of those transgressions that were in the first testament) they which were called, might receive the promise of eternal inheritance.
16. For wheresoever is a testament, there must also be the death of him that maketh the testament.
17. For the testament taketh authority when men are dead: For it is of no value as long as he that made it is alive.
18. For which cause also, neither that first testament was ordained without blood.
19. For when all the commandments were read of Moses unto all the people, he took the blood of calves, and of goats, with water and purple wool and hyssop, and sprinkled both the book, and all the people,
20. saying this is the blood of the testament, which God hath appointed unto you.
21. Moreover, he sprinkled the tabernacle with blood also, and all the ministering vessels.(vessels of the Gods service)
22. And almost all things, according to(are by) the law, are cleansed(purged) with blood, and without effusion(shedding) of blood, is no remission.
23. It is then need(necessary) that the similitudes of heavenly things, be purified with such things: but the heavenly things themselves are purified with better sacrifices than are these.(those.)
24. For Christ is not entered into the holy places, that are made with hands, which are but similitudes of true things: but is entered into very heaven, for to appear now in the sight(before the face) of God for us.
25. Not to offer himself often, as the high priest entereth into the holy place every year with strange blood:
26. for then must he have often suffered since the world began: But now in the end of the world, hath he appeared once for all,(hath he appeared once,) to put sin to flight, by the offering up of himself.
27. And as it is appointed unto men that they shall once die, and then cometh the judgment,
28. even so Christ was once offered to take away the sins of many, and unto them that look for him, shall he appear again, without sin unto their health.(salvation.)