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Bible in one year


November 7


Ezekiel 5:1-17
1. O Thou son of man, take thee then a sharp knife, namely, a razor. Take that, and shave the hair of thy head and beard: Then take the scales and weight, and divide the hair asunder.
2. And burn the third part thereof in the fire in the middest of the city, and cut the other third part in pieces with a knife. As for the third part that remaineth, cast it in the wind, and then shew the bare knife.
3. Yet afterward take a little of the same, and bind it in thy coat lap.
4. Then take a curtesy of it, and cast it in the middest of the fire: and burn it in the fire. Out of the same fire shall there go a flame, upon the whole house of Israel.
5. Moreover, thus said the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) This same is Jerusalem. I set her in the middest of the Heathen and nations: that are round about her,
6. but she hath despised my judgements more than the Gentiles themselves, and broken my commandments more than the nations, that lie round about her: For they have cast out mine ordinances, and not walked in my laws.
7. Therefore, thus sayeth the Lord GOD:(LORDE God) For so much as ye with your wickedness far exceed the Heathen, that dwell round about you: (For ye have not walked in my laws, neither have ye kept mine ordinances)
8. Therefore thus sayeth the Lord GOD.(LORDE God) I will also come upon thee, for in the middest of thee will I sit in judgement, in the sight of the Heathen,
9. and will handle thee of such a fashion, as I never did before, and as I never will do from that time forth, and that because of all thine abominations.
10. For in the the fathers shall be fain to eat their own sons, and the sons their own fathers. Such a court will I keep in thee, and the whole remnant will I scatter in to all the winds.
11. Wherefore as truly as I live (sayeth the Lord GOD)(LORDE God) seeing thou hast defiled my Sanctuary, with all manner of abominations and with all thy shameful offenses: For this cause will I also destroy thee. Mine eye shall not oversee thee, neither will I spare thee.
12. One third part within thee, shall die of the pestilence and of hunger: Another third part shall be slain down round about thee, with the sword: The other third part that remaineth, will I scatter abroad toward all the winds, and draw out the sword after them.
13. Thus will I perform my indignation and set my wrath against them, and ease myself. So that when I have fulfilled mine anger against them, they shall know that I am the LORD, which with a fervent jealousy have spoken it.
14. Moreover I will make thee waste and abhorred, before all the Heathen that dwell about thee, and in the sight of all them, that go by thee:
15. so that when I punish thee in my wrath, in mine anger, and with the plague of my hot displeasure: thou shalt be a very abomination, shame, a gasing and wondering stock, among the Heathen, that lie about thee. Even I the LORD have spoken it, and it shall come to pass,
16. when I shoot among them the perilous darts of hunger, which shall be but death: Yea therefore shall I shoot them, because I will destroy you. I will increase hunger, and minish all the provision of bread among you.
17. Plagues and misery will I send you, yea and wild beasts also to destroy you. Pestilence and bloodsheding shall come upon you, and the sword will I bring over you. Even I, the LORD, have said it.

Ezekiel 6:1-14
1. And the word of the LORD came unto me, saying:
2. thou son of man, turn thy face to the mountains of Israel, that thou mayest prophesy(prophecie) unto them,
3. and say: Hear the word of the Lord GOD,(LORDE God) O ye mountains of Israel: Thus hath the Lord GOD(LORDE God) spoken to the mountains, hills, rivers, valleys and dales. Behold, I will bring a sword over you, and destroy your high places.
4. I will cast down your alters, and break down your temples. Your slain men will I lay before your gods.
5. And the dead carcasses of the children of Israel will I cast before their images, your bones will I destroy(strow) round about your altars,
6. and dwelling places. The cities shall be desolate, the hill chapels laid waste: your alters destroyed, and broken: your gods cast down, and taken away, your temples laid even with the ground, your own works clean rooted out.
7. Your slain men shall lie among you, that ye may learn to know, how that I am the LORD.
8. Those that among you have escaped the sword, will I leave among the Gentiles, for I will scatter you among the nations.
9. And they that escape from you, shall think upon me among the Heathen, where they shall be in captivity. As for that whorish and unfaithful heart of theirs, wherewith they run away from me, I will break it: yea and put out those eyes of theirs, that committed fornication with their Idols. Then shall they be ashamed, and displeased with their selves, for the wickedness and abominations, which they have done:
10. and shall learn to know, how that it is not in vain, that I the LORD spake, to bring such misery upon them.
11. The LORD said moreover unto me: Smite thy hands together, and stamp with thy feet, and say: Woe worth all the abominations and wickednesses of the house of Israel, for because of them, they shall perish with the sword, with hunger and with pestilence.
12. Who so is far off, shall die of the pestilence: he that is nigh at hand, shall perish with the sword: and the other that are besieged, shall die of hunger. Thus will I satisfy my wrothful displeasure upon them.
13. And so shall ye learn to know, that I am the LORD, when your slain men lie among your gods, and about your alters: upon all high hills and tops of mountains, among all green trees, among all thick oaks: even in the places, where they did sacrifice to all their Idols.
14. I will stretch mine hand out upon them, and will make the land waste: So that it shall lie desolate and void, from the wilderness of Deblathah forth, thorow all their habitations: to learn them for to know, that I am the LORD.

Psalms 119:169-176
169. Thau. Let my complaint come before thee, O LORD, give me understanding, according unto thy word.
170. Oh let my supplication come before thee, deliver me according to thy promise.
171. My lips shall speak of thy praise, seeing thou hast taught me thy statutes.
172. Yea my tongue shall sing of thy word, for all thy commandments are right.
173. Let thine hand help me, for I have chosen thy commandments.
174. I long for thy saving health, o LORD, and in thy law is my delight.
175. Oh let my soul live and praise thee, that thy judgments may help me.
176. I go astray, like a sheep that is lost: Oh seek thy servant, for I do not forget thy commandments.

Proverbs 28:14-14
14. Well is him that standeth alway in awe: as for him that hardeneth his heart, he shall fall into mischief.

Hebrews 3:1-19
1. Wherefore wholy(Therefore holy) brethren, partakers of the celestial(heavenly) calling,(callings) consider the Ambassador and High Priest of our profession Christ Jesus,
2. being faithful to him that sent him,(ordained him)(which was faithful to him that made him) even as was Moses in all his house.
3. And(yet was) this man was counted worthy of more glory(greater honour) than Moses: Inasmuch as he which hath prepared the house, hath most honour in the house.(then the house it self)
4. Every house is prepared of some man. But he that ordained all things is God.
5. And Moses verily was faithful in all his house, as a minister, to bear witness of those things which should be spoken afterward.
6. But Christ as a son hath rule over the house, whose house we are, if we keep stedfast(so that we hold fast the) confidence and rejoicing in the faith unto the end.(and the rejoycing of that hope, unto the end.)
7. Wherefore as the holy ghost saith: today if ye shall hear his voice,
8. harden not your hearts, as when ye provoked in time(after the rebellion in the day) of temptation in the wilderness,
9. where your fathers tempted me, proved me, and saw my works forty year long.
10. Wherefore I was grieved with that generation and said: They ever err in their hearts: they verily have not known my ways,
11. so that I sware in my wrath, that they should not enter into my rest.
12. Take heed brethren that there be in none of you an evil heart, in unbelief, that he should depart from the living God:
13. but exhort one another daily, while it is called today, lest any of you wax hard hearted, and be deceived with sin.(thorow the deceitfulness of sin.)
14. We are partakers of Christ, so that(if) we keep sure unto the end the beginning of the substance,(the first substance,)
15. so long as it is said: today if ye hear his voice, harden not your hearts, as when ye provoked.(rebelled.)
16. For some, when they heard, provoked:(rebelled) but(howbeit) not all that came out of Egypt under Moses.
17. But with whom was he displeased forty years? was he not displeased with them that sinned: whose bodies(carcasses) were overthrown in the desert?(wilderness)
18. To whom sware he that they should not enter into his rest: but unto them that believed not?
19. And we see that they could not enter in, because of unbelief.