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September 23


Isaiah 37:1-38
1. When Hezekiah heard that, he rent his clothes, put on sackcloth, and went in to the temple of the LORD.
2. But he sent Eliakim the President, Sobna the Scribe, with the eldest priests clothed in sackcloth, unto the Prophet Esay the son of Amoz,
3. and they said unto him: Thus sayeth Hezekiah: This is the day of trouble, of plague, and of wrath: like as when a child cometh to the birth, but the woman hath no power to bring it forth.
4. The LORD thy God (no doubt) hath well considered the words of Rabsakeh, whom his lord the king of the Assyrians hath sent, to defy and blaspheme the living God: with such words as the LORD thy God hath heard right well. And therefore lift up thy prayer for the remnant, that yet are left.
5. So the servants of king Hezekiah came to Esay.
6. And Esay gave them this answer: say thus unto your lord: Thus sayeth the LORD: Be not afraid of the words that thou hast heard, wherewith the king of the Assyrians' servants have blasphemed me.
7. Behold, I will cause a wind go over him, as soon as he heareth it, he shall go again into his country, there will I destroy him with the sword.
8. Now when Rabsakeh returned, he found the king of Assyria laying siege to Lobnah, for he had understand, that he was departed from Lachis.
9. For there came a rumour, that Tharhakah king of Ethiopia was come forth to war against him. And when the king of Assyeria heard that, he sent other messengers to king Hezekiah with this commandment:
10. Say thus to Hezekiah king of Judah: Let not thy God deceive thee, in whom thou hopest, and sayest: Jerusalem shall not be given into the hands of the king of Assyria.
11. For thou knowest well how the kings of Assyria have handled all the lands that they have subverted, and hopest(hapest) thou to escape?
12. Were the people of the Gentiles (whom my progenitors conquered) delivered at any time thorow their gods? As namely, Gozan, Haran, Rezeph, and the children of Eden, which dwell at Thalassar.
13. Where is the king of Hemah, and the king of Arphad, and the king of the city Separvaim, Ena, and Ava?
14. Now when Hezekiah had received the letter off the messengers, and read it, he went up into the house of the LORD, and opened the letter before the LORD.
15. And Hezekiah prayed before the LORD on this manner:
16. O LORD of Hosts, thou God of Israel, which dwellest upon Cherubin; Thou art the God, that only is God of all the kingdoms of the world, for thou only hast created heaven and earth.
17. Incline thine ear LORD, and consider, open thine eyes, O LORD, and see, and ponder all the words of Sennacherib, which hath sent his embassage to blaspheme the living God.
18. It is true, O LORD, that the kings of Assyria have conquered all kingdoms and lands,
19. and cast their gods in the fire. Notwithstanding, those were no gods(goddes) but the works of men's hands, of wood or stone, therefore have they destroyed them.
20. Deliver us then, O LORD our God, from the hands of Sennacherib, that all kingdoms of the earth may know, that thou only art the LORD.
21. Then Esay the son of Amoz sent unto Hezekiah, saying: Thus sayeth the LORD God of Israel: Whereas thou hast made thy prayer unto me, as touching Sennacherib,
22. this is the answer, that the LORD hath given concerning him: Despised art thou, and mocked, O daughter of Sion, he hath shaken his head at thee, O daughter of Jerusalem.
23. But thou Sennacherib, whom hast thou defied and(or) blasphemed? And against whom hast thou lifted up thy voice, and exalted thy proud looks? even against the holy one of Israel.
24. Thou with thy servants hast blasphemed the Lord,(LORDE) and thus holdest thou of thyself: I cover the high mountains, and sides of Libanus with my horsemen. And there will I cut down the high Cedar trees and the fairest Fir trees. I will up into the height of it, and into the chiefest of his timber woods.
25. If there be no water, I will grave and drink. And as for waters of defense, I shall dry them up with the feet of mine Host.
26. Yea (sayest thou) hast thou not heard, what I have taken in hand, and brought to pass of old time? That same will I do now also: waste, destroy, and bring the strong cities into heaps of stones.
27. For their inhabiters shall be like lame men, brought in fear and confounded. They shall be like the grass and green herbs in the field, like the hay upon housetops, that withereth afore it be grown up.
28. I know thy ways, thy going forth and thy coming home, yea and thy madness against me.
29. Therefore thy furriousness against me, and thy pride is come before me. I will put a ring in thy nose, and a bridle bit in the chaws of thee, and turn thee about, even the same way thou camest.
30. I will give thee also this token, (O Hezekiah) this year shalt thou eat that is kept in store, and the next year such as groweth of himself, and in the third year ye shall sow and reap, yea ye shall plant vineyards, and enjoy the fruits thereof.
31. And such of the house of Judah as are escaped, shall come together, and the remnant shall take root beneath, and bring forth fruit above.
32. For the escaped shall go out of Jerusalem, and the remnant from the mount Sion. And this shall the jealousy of the LORD of Hosts bring to pass.
33. Therefore thus sayeth the LORD, concerning the king of the Assyrians: He shall not come into the city, and shall shoot no arrow into it, there shall no shride hurt it, neither shall they grave about it.
34. The same way that he came, shall he return, and not come at this city, sayeth the LORD.
35. And I will keep and save the city, sayeth he, for mine own, and for my servant David's sake.
36. Thus the angel went forth, and slew of the Assyrians host, an hundredth and eighty five thousand. And when men arose up early (at Jerusalem:) Behold, all lay full of dead bodies.
37. So Sennacherib the king of the Assyrians brake up, and dwelt at Nineve.
38. Afterward it chanced, as he prayed in the temple of Nesrah his god, that Adramalech and Sarazer his own sons slew him with the sword, and fled into the land of Ararat. And Asarhadon his son reigned after him.

Isaiah 38:1-22
1. Not long afore this, was Hezekiah sick unto death: And the Prophet Esay the son of Amoz came unto him, and said: Thus commandeth the LORD: Set thine house in order: for thou must die, and shall not escape.
2. Then Hezekiah turned his face toward the wall, and prayed unto the LORD,
3. and said: Remember (O LORD) that I have walked before thee in truth and a steadfast heart, and have done the thing that is pleasant to thee. And Hezekiah wept sore.
4. Then said GOD unto Esay:
5. Go and speak unto Hezekiah: The LORD God of David thy father sendeth thee this word: I have heard thy prayer, and considered thy tears: behold, I will put fifteen years more unto thy life,
6. and deliver thee and the city also, from the hand of the king of Assyria, for I will defend the city.
7. And take thee this token of the LORD, that he will do it, as he hath spoken:
8. Behold, I will return the shadow of Ahaz dial, that now is laid out with the Sun and bring it ten degrees backward. So the Sun turned ten degrees backward, the which he was desended afore.
9. A thanksgiving, which Hezekiah king of Juda wrote, when he had been sick, and was recovered.
10. I thought I should have gone to the gates of hell in my best age, and have wanted the residue of my years.
11. I spake within myself: I shall never visit the LORD GOD in this life: I shall never see man among the dwellers of the world.
12. Mine age is folden up together, and taken away from me, like a shepherd's cottage: my life is hewn off, like as a weaver cutteth off his web. While I was yet taking my rest, he hewd me off, and made an end of me in one day.
13. I thought I would have lived unto the morrow, but he bruised my bones like a lion, and made an end of me in one day.
14. Then chattered I like a swallow, and like a crane, and mourned as a dove. I lift up mine eyes to the height: O LORD (say I) violence is done unto me, be thou surety for me.
15. What shall I speak or say, that he may this do? that I may live out all my years, yea in the bitterness of my life?
16. Verily (Lord)(LORDE) men must live in bitterness, and all my life must I pass over therein: For thou raisest me up, and wakest me. But lo, I will be well content with this bitterness.
17. Nevertheless my conversation hath so pleased thee, that thou wouldest not make an end of my life: so that thou hast cast all my sins behind thy back.
18. For hell praiseth not thee, death doth not magnify thee. They that go down into the grave, praise not thy truth:
19. but the living, yea the living acknowledge thee, like as I do this day. The father telleth his children of thy faithfulness.
20. Deliver us (O LORD) and we will sing praises in thy house, all the days of our life.
21. And Esay said: take a plaster of figs, and lay it upon the sore, so shall it be whole.
22. Then said Hezekiah: O what a great thing is this, that I shall go up in to the house of the LORD.

Psalms 109:14-20
14. Let the wickedness of his fathers be had in remembrance in the sight of LORD, and let not the sin of his mother be done away.
15. Let them be alway before the LORD, but as for the memorial of them selves, let it perish from out of the earth.
16. And that because his mind was not to do good, but persecuted the poor helpless, and him that was vexed at the heart, to slay him.
17. His delight was in cursing, and therefore shall it happen unto him: he loved not blessing, and that shall be far from him.
18. He clothed himself with cursing like as with a raiment: yea it went into his bowels like water, and like oil into his bones.
19. Let it be unto him as the cloak that he hath on him, and as the girdle that he is girded withal.
20. Let it thus happen from the LORD unto mine enemies, and to those that speak evil against my soul.

Proverbs 26:1-1
1. Like as snow is not mete in summer, nor rain in harvest: even so is worship unseemly for a fool.

Galatians 1:1-24
1. Paul an apostle, not of men, neither by man, but by Jesus Christ, and by God the father which raised him from death,(which raised him up from the dead)
2. and all the brethren which are with me. Unto the congregations of Galacia.
3. Grace be with you and peace from God the father, and from our Lord Jesus Christ,
4. which gave himself for our sins, to deliver(that he might deliver) us from this present evil world, thorow(according to) the will of God our father,
5. to whom be praise for ever and ever Amen.
6. I marvel that ye are so soon turned from him that called you in the grace of Christ, unto another gospel,(gospell:)
7. which is nothing else, but that there be some which trouble you, and intend to pervert the gospel(gospell) of Christ.
8. Nevertheless though we ourselves, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel(gospell) unto you than that which we have preached unto you, hold him as accursed.(the same be accursed)
9. As I said before, so say I now again, if any man preach any other thing unto you, than that ye have received, hold him accursed.(the same be accursed)
10. Seek I now the favour of men, or of God?(Preache I mannes doctrine or Godes?) Other go I about to please men? If I studied to please men, I were not the servant of Christ.
11. I certify you brethren, that the gospel(gospell) which was preached of me, was not after the manner of men,
12. neither received I it of man, neither was I taught it: but received it by the revelation of Jesus Christ.
13. (For) Ye have heard of my conversation in times past in the jews' ways, how that beyond measure I persecuted the congregation of God, and spoiled it:
14. and prevailed in the jews' law,(laye) above many of my companions, which were of mine own nation, and was a much more fervently maintained(fervent maintainer of) the traditions of the elders.(fathers)
15. But when it pleased God, which separated me from my mother's womb, and called me by his grace,
16. for to declare his son by me, that I should preach him among the heathen: Immediately I commended not of the matter with flesh and blood,
17. neither returned to Jerusalem to them which were apostles before me: but went my ways into Arabia, and came again unto Damasco.
18. Then after three year, I returned to Jerusalem unto(to see) Peter and abode with him fifteen days,
19. no other of the apostles saw I, save James the Lord's brother.
20. The things which I write, behold, God knoweth I lie not.
21. After that I went into the coasts of Siria and Cicill:(Cilicia:)
22. and was unknown as touching my person unto the congregations of Jewry, which were in Christ.(but of face I was unknown to the Cristen congregations in Jewry)
23. But they heard only, that he which persecuted us in time past, now preacheth the faith, which before he destroyed.
24. And they glorified(praised) God in me.(on my behalf.)