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Bible in one year

November 6

Ezekiel 3:1-27
1. After this(Then) said he unto me: Thou son of man, eat that, whatsoever it be: Yea eat that closed book, and go thy way, and speak unto the children of Israel.
2. So I opened my mouth, and he gave me the book for to eat,
3. and said unto me: Thou son of man, thy belly shall eat, and thy bowels shall be filled with the book, that I give thee. Then did I eat the book, and it was in my mouth sweeter than honey.
4. And he said unto me: thou son of man, get thee soon unto the house of Israel, and shew them the words that I command thee:
5. For I send thee not to the(a) people that hath a strange, unknown, or hard speech, but unto the house of Israel;
6. Not to many nations, which have divers speeches and hard languages, whose words thou understandest(understondest) not. Nevertheless, if I sent thee to those people, they would follow thee:
7. But the house of Israel will not follow thee, for they will not follow me: Yea all the house of Israel have stiff foreheads, and hard hearts.
8. Behold, therefore, I will make thy face prevail against their faces, and harden thy forehead against their foreheads:
9. so that thy forehead shall be harder than an Adamant or flint stone: that thou mayest fear them the less, and be less afraid of them, for they are a froward household.
10. He said moreover unto me: thou son of man, take diligent heed with thine ears, to the words that I speak unto thee, fasten them in thine heart:
11. and go to the prisoners of thy people, speak unto them, and say on this manner: Thus the Lord GOD(LORDE God) hath spoken: whether ye hear, or hear not.
12. With that, the spirit took me up. And I heard the noise of a great rushing and removing of the most blissed glory of the LORD out of his place.
13. I heard also the noise of the wings of the beasts, that rushed one against another, yea and the rattling of the wheels, that were by them, which rushing and noise was very great.
14. Now when the spirit took me up, and carried me away, I went with an heavy and sorrowful mind, but the hand of the LORD comforted me right soon.
15. And so in the beginning of the Month Abib, I came to the prisoners, that dwelt by the water of Cobar, and remained in that place, where they were: And so continued I among them seven days, being very sorry.
16. And when the seven days were expired, the LORD said unto me:
17. Thou son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore take good heed to the words, and give them warning at my commandment.
18. If I say unto thee, concerning the ungodly man, that (without doubt) he must die, and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest unto him, that he may turn from his evil way, and so to live: Then shall the same ungodly man die in his own unrighteousness: but his blood will I require of thine hand.
19. Nevertheless, if thou give warning unto the wicked, and he yet forsake not his ungodliness: then shall he die in his own wickedness, but thou hast discharged thy soul.
20. Now if a righteous man go from his righteousness, and do the thing that is evil: I will lay a stumbling block before him, and he shall die, because thou hast not given him warning: Yea die shall he in his own sin, so that the virtue, which he did before, shall not be thought upon: but his blood will I require of thine hand.
21. Nevertheless, if thou exhortest the righteous, that he sin not, and so the righteous do not sin: then shall he live, because he hath received thy warning, and thou hast discharged thy soul.
22. And there came the hand of the LORD upon me, and he said unto me: Stand up, and go into the field, that I may there talk with thee.
23. So when I had risen up, and gone forth into the field: Behold, the glory of the LORD stood there, like as I saw it afore, by the waters of Cobar. Then fell I down upon my face,
24. and the spirit came in to me, which set me up upon my feet, and said thus unto me: Go thy way, and sparre thyself in thine house.
25. Behold, (O thou son of man) there shall changes be brought for thee, to bring thee withal, so that thou shalt not escape out of them.
26. And I will make thy tongue cleave so to the roof of thy mouth, that thou shalt be dumb, and not be as a chider with them: for it is an obstinate household.
27. But when I speak unto thee, then open thy mouth, and say: Thus sayeth the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) who so heareth, let him hear: who so will not, let him leave: for it is an obstinate(froward) household.

Ezekiel 4:1-17
1. Thou son of man, take a tile stone, and lay it before thee, and describe upon it the city of Jerusalem,
2. how it is besieged, how bulwarks and strong ditches are graven on every side of it: describe also the tents, and an host of men round about it.
3. Moreover, take an iron pan, and set it betwixt thee and the city, instead of an iron wall. Then set thy face toward it, besiege it, and lay ordinance against it, to win it. This shall be a token unto the house of Israel.
4. But thou shalt sleep upon thy left side, and lay the sin of the house of Israel upon thee. Certain days appointed, thou shalt sleep upon that side, and bear their sins.
5. Nevertheless, I will appoint thee a time (to put out their sins) and the number of the days: Three hundredth and ninety days must thou bear the wickedness of the house of Israel.
6. When thou hast fulfilled these days, lie down again, and sleep upon thy right side forty days, and bear the sins of the house of Judah. A day for a year, a day (I say) for a year will I ever lay upon thee.
7. Therefore set now thy face against that besieged Jerusalem, and discover thine arm, that thou mayest prophesy against it.
8. Behold, I will lay chains upon thee, that thou shalt not turn thee from one side to another, till thou hast ended the days of thy siege.
9. Wherefore, take unto thee wheat, barley, beans, growell seed, Millium and fitches: and put these together in a vessel, and make thee loaves of bread thereof, according to the number of the days that thou must lie upon thy side: that thou mayest have bread to eat, for three hundredth and ninety days.
10. And the meat that thou eatest, shall have a certain weight appointed: namely twenty shekels every day. This appointed meat shalt thou eat daily, from the beginning to the end.
11. Thou shalt drink also a certain measure of water: Namely, the sixth part of an Hin shalt thou drink daily from the beginning to the end.
12. Barley cakes shalt thou eat, yet shalt thou first strike them over with man's dung, that they may see it.
13. And with that said the LORD: Even thus shall the children of Israel eat their defiled bread in the middest of the Gentiles, among whom I will scatter them.
14. Then said I: Oh Lord GOD.(LORDE God) Behold, my soul was yet never stained: for from my youth up to this hour. I did never eat of a dead carcass, or that which was slain of wild beasts, neither came there ever any unclean flesh in my mouth.
15. Where unto he answered me, and said: Well then, I will grant thee to take cow's dung, for the dung of a man, and to strike the bread over with all, before them.
16. And he said unto me: Behold thou son of man, I will minish all the provision of bread in Jerusalem, so that they shall weigh their bread, and eat it with scarceness. But as for water, they shall have a very little measure thereof, to drink.
17. And when they have no more bread nor water, one shall be destroyed with another, and famish away for their wickedness.

Psalms 119:161-168
161. Sin. The princes persecute me without cause, but my heart standeth in awe of thy words.
162. I am as glad of thy word, as one that findeth great spoils.
163. As for lies, I hate and abhor them, but thy law do I love.
164. Seven times a day do I praise thee, because of thy righteous judgments.
165. Great is the peace that they have which love thy law, and they are not offended at it.
166. LORD, I look for thy saving health, and do after thy commandments.
167. My soul keepeth thy testimonies, and loveth them exceedingly.
168. I keep thy commandments and testimonies, for all my ways are before thee.

Proverbs 28:13-13
13. He that hideth his sins, shall not prosper: but who so knowledgeth them and forsaketh them, shall have mercy.

Hebrews 2:1-18
1. Wherefore we ought much more to attend unto those(to give the more heed to the) things which we have heard, lest we perish.
2. For if the word which was spoken by angels was steadfast: and(so that) every transgression and disobedience received a just recompense to reward:
3. how shall we escape if we despise so great health?(salvation) which at the first began to be preached of(by) the Lord himself, and after ward was confirmed unto us ward,(upon us) by them that heard it;
4. God bearing witness thereto, both with signs(tokens) and wonders also, and with divers miracles,(powers) and gifts of the holy ghost, according to his own will.
5. He hath not unto the angels put in subjection the world to come, whereof we speak:
6. but one in a certain place witnessed, saying: What is man, that thou art mindful of him: other the son of man, that thou visitest him?(What is man, that thou art mindful of him?)
7. After thou hadst for a season made him lower than the angels: thou crownedst him with honour and glory, and hast set him above the works of thy hands.
8. Thou hast put all things in subjection under his feet. In that he put all things under him, he left nothing that is not put under him.
9. Nevertheless we yet see not all things subdued unto him: but that Jesus which for a season was made less than the angels, we see thorow the punishment of death crowned with glory and honour:(but him that was made less than the angels: we see that it was Iesus, which is crowned with glory and honour for the suffering of death:) that he by the grace of God, should taste of death for all men.
10. For it became him, for whom are all things, and by whom are all things, after that he had brought many sons(children) unto glory, that he should make the Lord of their health(salvation) perfect thorow afflictions:(sufering.)
11. Forasmuch as he which(that) sanctifieth, and they which are sanctified, are all of one. For which cause's sake he is not ashamed to call them brethren
12. saying: I will declare thy name unto my brethren, and in the midst(middes) of the congregation will I praise thee.
13. And again: I will put my trust in him. And again: behold here am I and the(my) children which God hath given me.
14. Forasmuch then as the children were partakers of flesh and blood, he also himself like wise took part with them, for to put down thorow death him that(that he thorow death, might take away the power of him, which) had lordship over death that is to say the devil.
15. And that he might deliver them which thorow fear of death all their life time were in danger of bondage.
16. For he in no place taketh on him the angels: but the seed of Abraham taketh he on him.
17. Wherefore in all things it became him to be made like unto his brethren, that he might be merciful, and a faithful high priest in things concerning God, for to purge the people's sins.(to make agreement for the sins of the people)
18. For in that he himself suffered, and was tempted, he is able to succour them that are tempted.