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September 15

Isaiah 21:1-16
1. This is the heavy burthen of the waste sea: A grievous vision was shewed unto me, like as when a storm of wind and rain rusheth in from the wilderness, that terrible land.
2. Who so may deceive (said the voice) let him deceive: Who so may destroy, let him destroy. Up Elam, besiege it O Madai, for I well still all their groanings.
3. With this, the reines of my back were full of pain: Pangs came upon me, as upon a woman in her travail. When I heard it, I was abashed: and when I looked up, I was afraid.
4. Mine heart panted, I trembled for fear. The darkness made me fearful in my mind.
5. Yea soon make ready the table, (said this voice) keep the watch, eat and drink: Up ye Captains, take you to your shield,
6. for thus the Lord hath charged me: Go thy way, and set a watchman, that he may tell what he seeth.
7. And when he had waited dilengently, he saw two horsemen: the one riding upon an Ass, the other upon a camel.
8. And the lion cried: lord,(LORDE) I have stand waiting all the whole day, and have kept my watch all the night.
9. With that came there one riding upon a chariot, which answered, and said: Babylon is fallen, she is turned upside down, and all the images of her gods are smitten to the ground.
10. This (O my fellow thresshers and fanners) have I heard of the LORD of Hosts, the God of Israel, to shew it unto you.
11. The heavy burthen of Dumah. One of Seir, cried unto me: watchman what hast thou espyed by night? Watchman, what hast thou espyed by night?
12. The watchman answered: The day breaketh on, and the night is coming: If your request be earnest, then ask and come again.
13. The heavy burthen upon Arabia. At even ye shall abide in the wood, in the way toward Dedanim.
14. Meet the thirsty with water (o ye citizens of Hema) meet(mete) those with bread that are fled.
15. For they shall run away from the weapon, from the drawn sword, from the bent bow, and from the great battle.
16. For thus hath the Lord(LORDE) spoken unto me, over a year shall all the power of Cedar be gone, like as when the office of an hired servant goeth out:

Isaiah 22:1-25
1. The heavy burthen upon the valley of visions. What hast thou there to do, that thou climbest up in to the house top,
2. O thou city of miracles, seditious and willful: seeing, thy slain men are neither killed with sword, nor dead in battle?
3. For all thy Captains gat them to their horses from the ordinance, yea they are all together ridden away, and fled far off.
4. When I perceived that, I said: away from me, that I may weep bitterly. Take no labour for to comfort me, as touching the destruction of my people.
5. For this is the day of the LORD of Hosts, where in he will plague, tread down, and weed out the valley of visions, and break down the walls, with such a crack, that it shall give a sound in the mountains.
6. I saw the Elamites take the quivers to cart and to horse, and that the walls were bare from harness.
7. Thy goodly valleys were full of chariots, and the horse men made them soon to besiege the gates.
8. Then was the covering of Judah put from thence, and then was seen the siege of the timber house.
9. There shall ye see the rifts in the walls of the city of David, whereof there shall be many. Ye shall gather together the waters of the lower pool,
10. and tell the houses of Jerusalem, and break of some of them to keep the walls.
11. And ye shall make a pit betwixt the twain walls of the water of the old pool, and nothing regard him, that took it in hand, and made it.
12. And at the same time shall the LORD of Hosts call men to weeping, mourning, to baldness and a putting on of sackcloth.
13. But they to fulfill their lust and willfulness, slaughter oxen: they kill sheep, they eat costly meat, and drink wine, let us eat and drink, to morrow we shall die.
14. Nevertheless, when the LORD of Hosts heard of it, he said: yea, if this wickedness of yours shall be remitted, ye must die for it. This hath the Lord GOD(LORDE God) of Hosts spoken.
15. Thus sayeth the Lord GOD(LORDE God) of Hosts: Go in to the treasury unto Sobna the governor, and say to him:
16. What hast thou here to do? and from whence comest thou? that thou hast made thee a grave here? For he had caused a costly tomb of stone to be made for himself, and a place to lie in to be hewn out of a rock.
17. Behold, the LORD shall cast thee out by violence, he will deck thee of another fashion, and put upon thee a strange cloth.
18. He shall carry thee into a far country, like a ball with his hands. There shalt thou die, there shall the pomp of thy chariots have an end: thou villain of the house of thy lord:
19. I will shoot(shute) thee out of thine office, and put thee from thine estate.
20. After this will I call my servant Eliakim the son of Helkiah,
21. and array him with thy coat, and gird him with thy girdle, and I will give thy power in to his hand. He shall be a father of the citizens of Jerusalem, and of the kindred of Judah.
22. I will also lay the key of David's house upon his shoulders, and if he open, no man shall shut: and if he do shut, no man shall open.
23. I will fasten him to a nail in the place of the most high(hie) faithfulness, and he shall be upon the glorious throne of his father's house.
24. They shall hang upon him all the glory of his father's house, of the children and children's children, all apparel small and great, all instruments of measure and music.
25. This shall come to pass (sayeth the LORD of Hosts) when the nail that is fastened to the place of the highest faithfulness, shall be plucked(plukt) off. And when the weight that hangeth upon it, shall fall, be broken, and hewn in pieces. For the LORD himself hath said it.

Psalms 107:1-9
1. O give thanks unto the LORD, for he is gracious and his mercy endureth for ever.
2. Let them give thanks whom the LORD hath redeemed, and delivered from the hand of the enemy.
3. And gathered them out of the lands, from the East, from the West, from the North and from the South.
4. They went astray in the wilderness in an untrodden way, and found no city to dwell in.
5. Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted in them.
6. So they cried unto the LORD in their trouble, and he delivered them from their distress.
7. He led them forth by the right way, that they might go to the city where they dwelt.
8. O that men would praise the goodness of the LORD, and the wonders that he doth for the children of men.
9. For he satisfied the empty soul, and filled the hungry soul with good.

Proverbs 25:14-16
14. Whoso maketh great boasts and giveth nothing, is like clouds and wind without rain.
15. With patience may a prince be pacified, and with a soft tongue may rigorousness be broken.
16. If thou findest honey, eat so much as is sufficient for thee: lest thou be over full, and perbreak it out again.

2 Corinthians 1:1-16
1. Paul an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God, and brother Timotheus. Unto the congregation of God, which is at Corinthum, with all the saints which are in all Achaia:
2. Grace be with you and peace from God our father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ.
3. Blessed be God the father of our Lord Jesus the Christ, father of mercy, and the God of all comfort,
4. which comforteth us in all our tribulation, insomuch that we are able to comfort them which are troubled, in whatsoever tribulation it be, with the same comfort wherewith we our selves are comforted of God.
5. For as the afflictions of Christ are plenteous in us: even so is our consolation plenteous by Christ.
6. Whether we be troubled for your consolation, and health, (Or whether we be comforted, it is for youre comfort and salvation) which health(salvation, which salvation) sheweth her power in that ye suffer the same afflictions which we also suffer: or whether we be comforted for your consolation and health:(salvation:)
7. yet our hope is steadfast for you inasmuch as we know how that as ye have your part in afflictions, so shall ye be partakers of consolation.
8. Brethren I would not have you ignorant of our trouble, which happened unto us in Asia. For we were grieved out of measure passing strength, so greatly that we despaired even of life.
9. Also we received an answer of death in ourselves, and that was done because we should not put our trust in ourselves: but in God, which raiseth the dead to life again:
10. (,and) Which delivered us from so great a death, and doth deliver, on whom we trust, that yet hereafter he will deliver us,
11. by the help of your prayer for us: That by the means of many occasions, thanks may be given of many on our behalf; For the grace given unto us.
12. Our rejoicing is this, the testimony of our conscience, that we without doubleness, but(that in singleness of heart and) with godly pureness: (and) not in fleshly wisdom, but by the grace of God, (we) have had our conversation in the world, and most of all to you-wards.
13. We write no other things unto you, than that ye read and also know. Yea and I trust ye shall find us unto the end
14. even as ye have found us partly, for we are your rejoicing, even as ye are ours in the day of the Lord Jesus.
15. And in this confidence was I minded the other time to have come unto you (that ye might have had a double pleasure,)(that ye might have had yet one pleasure more)
16. and to have passed by you into Macedonia, and to have come again out of Macedonia unto you, and to have been led forth to Jewry ward of you.