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September 12

Isaiah 15:1-9
1. This is the heavy burthen upon Moab: Ar of Moab was destroyed (as me thought) in the night season: The walls of Moab perished in the night, and vanished away:
2. They went to Bajth, and Dibon in the high places, for to weep: Moab did mourn from Nebo to Medba: All their heads were polled, and all their beards shaven.
3. In their streets were they girded about with sackcloth. In all the tops of their houses and streets was there nothing, but mourning and weeping.
4. Hesebon and Eleale cried, that their voice was heard unto Jahaz. The worthies also of Moab bleared and cried for very sorrow of their minds:
5. Woe is my heart for Moab's sake. They fled unto the city of Zoar, which is like a fair fruitful bullock, they went up to Luhith, weeping. The way toward Horonaim was full of lamentation for the hurt.
6. The waters of Nimrim were dried up, the grass was withered, and the herbs destroyed, and what necessary green thing there was beside.
7. In like manner the thing that was left them of their substance, they carried it by water to Araby.
8. The cry went over the whole land of Moab: from Eglaim unto Beer, was there nothing but mourning.
9. The waters of Dimon were full of blood, for the enemy had sent thither a bond of men, which as a lion lay await for the remnant of the land, and for them that were escaped.

Isaiah 16:1-14
1. Then sent the lords of the land a man of war, from the rock that lieth toward the desert, unto the hill of the daughter Sion.
2. (For as for the daughters of Moab, they were as it had been a trembling bird, that is put out of her nest, by the fury of Arnon.) which messenger said:
3. gather your counsel, come together, cover us with your shadow in the midday, as the night doth: hide the chased, and bewray not them that are fled,
4. let the persecuted Moabites dwell among you, be our open refuge against the destroyer: for the adversary oppresseth us, the robber undoeth us, and the tyrant driveth us out of our land.
5. But the throne of your kingdom is full of grace, therefore he that sitteth upon it with faithfulness and truth in the house of David, know the thing, and do his diligence to help shortly, according to equity and righteousness.
6. As for Moab's pride (shall they answer) it is well known. And all thought they be excellent proud, arrogant and high minded: yet is their strength nothing like.
7. And therefore Moab complaineth unto Moab, where thorow they come all to mourn: and now that they be smitten, they take their device beneath by the brick wall, and make their complaint.
8. The suburbs also of Hesebon were made waste, and the princes of the Gentiles hewed down the vineyards of Sibma, which were planted with noble grapes, and spread unto Jazer, and went unto the end of the desert, whose branches stretched their fellows forth beyond the sea.
9. Therefore I mourned for Jazer, and for the vineyards of Sibma with great sorrow. I poured my tears upon Hesebon and Eleale, for all their songs were laid down, in their harvest and gathering of their grapes:
10. Mirth and cheer was gone out of the field and vineyards, in so much, that no man was glad nor sung. There went no treader into the winepress, their merry cheer was laid down.
11. Wherefore my belly rumbled (as it had been a lute) for Moab's sake, and mine inward members, for the brick wall's sake.
12. For it happened thus also: when Moab saw that she was turned upside down: she went up an high(hye) in to her Sanctuary, to make her prayer there, but she might not be helped.
13. This is the device, which the LORD took in hand at the time against Moab.
14. But now the LORD sayeth thus: In three years shall the power of Moab with their pomp(pope) (which is great) be minished, like as the burthen of a hired servant. And as for the remnant of them, they shall be less than a few, and not reckoned much worth.

Psalms 106:24-31
24. Yea they thought scorn of that pleasant land, and gave no credence unto his word.
25. But murmured in their tents, and hearkened not unto the voice of the LORD.
26. Then lift he up his hand against them, to overthrow them in the wilderness.
27. To cast out their seed among the nations, and to scatter them in the lands.
28. They joined themselves unto Baal Peor, and ate the offering of the dead.
29. Thus they provoked him unto anger with their own inventions, and the plague was great among them.
30. Then stood up Phinehas, and executed justice, and so the plague ceased.
31. And that was counted unto him for righteousness, among all posterities for evermore.

Proverbs 25:8-10
8. Be not hasty to go to the law, lest happily thou order thyself so that at the last, that thy neighbour put thee to shame.
9. Handle thy matter with thy neighbour himself, and discover not another man's secret:
10. lest when men hear thereof, it turn to thy dishonour, and lest thine evil name do not cease.

2 Corinthians 4:1-18
1. Therefore seeing that we have such an office, even as mercy is come on us, we faint not:
2. but have cast from us the cloaks of unhonesty, and walk not in craftiness, neither corrupt we the word of God: but walk in open truth, and report ourselves to every man's conscience in the sight of God.
3. If our Gospell be yet hid, it is hid among them that are lost,
4. in whom the God of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest should shine unto them the light of the glorious gospel(gospell) of Christ,(Gospell of the glory of Christ) which is the image of God,
5. for we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus (to be) the Lord, and preach ourselves your servants for Jesus' sake.
6. For it is God that commanded the light to shine out of darkness, which hath shined in our hearts,(hath given a clear shine in our hearts) for to give the light of knowledge of the glorious God,(the light of the knowledge of the glory of God) in the face of Jesus Christ.
7. But we have this treasure in earthen vessels that the excellent power of it(that the power which excelleth) might appear to be of God, and not of us.
8. We are troubled on every side, yet are we not without shift. We are in poverty: but not utterly without somewhat.
9. We are persecuted: but are not forsaken. We are cast down:(oppressed) nevertheless we perish not.
10. And we always bear in our bodies the dying of the Lord Jesus, that the life of Jesu might appear in our bodies.
11. For we which live, are always delivered unto death for Jesus' sake, that the life also of Jesu might appear in our mortal flesh.
12. So then death worketh in us, and life in you.
13. Seeing then that we have the same spirit of faith, according as it is written (I believed and therefore have I spoken) we also believe, and therefore speak.
14. For we know that he which raised up the Lord Jesus, shall raise up us also by the means of Jesus, and shall set us with you,
15. for all things I do for your sakes, that the plenteous grace by thanks given(thanksgiving) of many, may redound to the praise of God.
16. Wherefore we are not wearied, but though our outward man perish,(be corrupt) yet the inward man is renewed day by day.
17. For our exceeding tribulation, which is momentary(temporal) and light, prepareth(worketh) an exceeding, and eternal weight of glory unto us,
18. while we look not on the things which are seen, but on the things which are not seen. For things which are seen, are temporal: but things which are not seen are eternal.