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September 13


Isaiah 17:1-14
1. This is the heavy burthen upon Damascus: Behold, Damascus shall be no more a city, but a heap of broken stones.
2. The cities of Aroer shall be waste: the cattle shall lie there, and no man shall fraye them away.
3. Ephraim shall no more be strong, and Damascus shall no more be a kingdom. And as for the glory of the remnant of the Syrians, it shall be as the glory of the children of Israel, sayeth the LORD of Hosts.
4. At that time also shall the glory of Jacob be very poor, and his fatness lean.
5. It shall happen to them, as when one sheareth in the harvest, which cutteth his handfull with the sickle, and when one gathereth the sheaves together in the valley, of Raphaim,
6. there remaineth yet some ears over: Or as when one shaketh an olive tree, which sendeth but two or three olive berries above in the top, and four or five in the branches. Thus the LORD God of Israel hath spoken.
7. Then shall man convert again unto his maker, and turn his eyes to the holy one of Israel.
8. And shall not turn to the altars that are the work of his own hands, neither shall he look upon groves and images, which his fingers have wrought.
9. At the same time shall their strong cities be desolate, like as were once the forsaken plows and corn, which they forsook, for fear of the children of Israel.
10. So shalt thou (O Damascus) be desolate, because thou hast forgotten God thy Saviour, and hast not called to remembrance the rock of thy strength. Wherefore thou hast also set a fair plant, and grafted a strange branch.
11. In the day when thou didst plant it, it was great, and gave soon the fruit of thy seed: But in the day of harvest, thou shalt reap an heap of sorrows and miseries.
12. Woe be to the multitude of much people, that rush in like the sea, and to the heap of folk, that run(renne) over all like great waters.
13. For though so many people increase as the flowing waters and though they be armed, yet they flee far off, and vanish away like the dust with the wind upon an hill, and as the whirlwind thorow a storm.
14. Though they be fearful at night, yet in the morning it is gone with them. This is their portion, that do us harm, and heritage of them, that rob us.

Isaiah 18:1-7
1. Woe be unto the land of flying ships, which is of this side the flood of Ethiopia:
2. which sendeth her message over the sea in ships of reeds upon the water: and sayeth: go soon, and do your message unto a strange and hard folk: to a fearful people, and to a people that is further than this: to a desperate and pilled folk, whose land is divided from us with rivers of water.
3. Yea all ye that sit in the compass of the world, and dwell upon the earth: when the token shall be given upon the mountains, then look up: and when the horn bloweth, then harken to,
4. for thus hath the LORD said unto me. I laid me down, and pondered the matter in my house, at the Noon day when it was hot: And there fell a misling shower, like a dew, as it happeneth in Harvest.
5. But the fruits were not yet ripe cut off, and the grapes were but young and green. Then one smote off, the grapes with an hook, yea he hewed down also the boughs and the branches, and did cast them away.
6. And thus they were laid waste, for the fowls of the mountains, and for the beasts of the earth together. So that the fowls sat there upon, and the beasts of the earth wintered there.
7. Then shall there be a present brought to the LORD of Hosts: even that hard folk, that fearful folk, and that further is than this: that desperate and pilled folk (whose land is divided from us with floods of water) unto the place of the name of the LORD of Hosts: even unto the hill of Sion.

Psalms 106:32-39
32. They angered him also at the waters of strife, so that Moses was punished for their sakes.
33. Because they provoked his spirit, and he told them plainly with his lips.
34. Neither destroyed they the Heathen, as the LORD commanded them.
35. But were mingled among the Heathen, and learned their works.
36. In so much that they worshipped their images, which turned to their own decay.
37. Yea they offered their sons and their daughters unto devils.
38. And shed the innocent blood of their sons and of their daughters, whom they offered unto the images of Canaan, so that the land was defiled with blood.
39. Thus were they stained with their own works, and went awhoring with their own inventions.

Proverbs 25:11-12
11. A word spoken in due season, is like apples of gold in a silver dish.
12. The correction of the wise is to an obedient ear, a golden chain and a Jewel of gold.

2 Corinthians 5:1-21
1. We know surely if our earthy mansion wherein we now dwell(house of this dwelling) were destroyed, that we have a building ordained of God, an habitation not made with hands, but eternal in heaven:
2. And herefore sigh we, desiring to be clothed with our mansion which is from heaven:
3. (so yet) if it happen that we be found clothed, and not naked.
4. For as long as we are in this tabernacle, we sigh and are grieved: for we would(had rather) not be unclothed: but would be clothed upon, that mortality might be swallowed up of life.
5. He that hath ordained us for this thing, is God: which very same hath given unto us the earnest of the spirit.
6. (Therefore) We are alway of good cheer, and know well that as long as we are at home(dwell here) in the body we are absent from God.(not at home with the LORDE)
7. For we walk in faith and see not.(see him not)
8. Nevertheless we are of good comfort, and had lever to be absent from the body and to be present(at home) with God.(the Lord.)
9. Wherefore we endeavor ourselves, whether we be at home or from home, to please God.(Wherefore, whether we be at home or from home we endeavor our selves to please him.)
10. For we must all be brought(appear) before the judgement seat of Christ that every man(one) may receive the works of his body according to that he hath done, whether it be good or bad?
11. Seeing then that we know how the Lord is to be feared, we fare fair with men. For we are known well enough unto God. I trust also that we are known in your consciences.
12. We praise not ourselves again unto you, but give you an occasion to rejoice of us, that ye may have somewhat against them, which rejoice in the face,(after the outward appearance) and not in(after) the heart.
13. For if we be too fervent, to God are we to(too) fervent: if we keep measure, for your cause(sakes) keep we measure.
14. For the love of Christ constraineth us, because(inasmuch as) we thus judge, if one be dead for all, that then are all dead,
15. and that he died for all, because that they which live, should not henceforth live unto themselves: but unto him which died for them and rose again.
16. Wherefore henceforth know we no man after the flesh. Insomuch that though we have known Christ after the flesh, now henceforth know we him so no more.
17. Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature. Old things are passed away, behold all things are become new.
18. Nevertheless all things are of God, which hath reconciled us unto himself by Jesus Christ, and hath given unto us the office to preach the atonement.
19. For God was in Christ, and made agreement between the world and him self, and imputed not their sins unto them: and hath committed to us the preaching of the atonement.(and reconciled the world unto himslef, and counted not their sins unto them, and among us hath he set up the word of the atonement)
20. Now then are we messengers in the room of Christ: even as though God did beseech you thorow us:(exhorted by us) So pray we you(We beseek you now therefore) in Christ's(Christes) stead, that ye be at one with God:
21. for he hath made him to be sin for us, which knew no sin, that we by his means should be that righteousness which before God is allowed.(aloved)