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Bible in one year


September 24


Isaiah 39:1-8
1. At that same time Merodach Baladam, Baladam's son king of Babylon, sent letters and presents to Hezekiah. For he understood how that he had been sick, and was recovered again.
2. And Hezekiah was glad thereof, and shewed them the commodities of his treasure, of silver, of gold, of spices and roots, of precious oils, and all that was in his cupboards and treasure houses. There was not one thing in Hezekiahs house, and so thorowout all his kingdom, but he let them see it.
3. Then came Esay the Prophet to king Hezekiah, and said unto him: What have the men said, and from whence came they unto thee? Hezekiah answered: They came out of a far country unto me, out of Babylon.
4. Esay said: What have they looked upon in thine house? Hezekiah answered: All that is in mine house have they seen: and there is nothing in my treasure, but I shewed it them.
5. Then said Esay unto Hezekiah: Understand the word of the LORD of Hosts:
6. Behold, the time will come, that everything which is in thine house, and all that thy progenitors have laid up in store unto this day, shall be carried to Babylon, and nothing left behind. Thus sayeth the LORD.
7. Yea and part of thy sons, that shall come of thee, and whom thou shalt get, shall be carried hence, and become gelded chamberlains in the king of Babylon's court.
8. Then said Hezekiah to Esay: Now GOD prosper his own counsel, which thou hast told me. He said moreover: So that there be peace and faithfulness in my time.

Isaiah 40:1-31
1. Be of good cheer my people, be of good cheer, (sayeth your God)
2. Comfort Jerusalem, and tell her, that her travail is at an end, that her offense is pardoned, that she hath received of the LORD's hand sufficient correction for all her sins.
3. A voice crieth: Prepare the way for the LORD in the wilderness, make straight the path for our God in the desert.
4. Let all valleys be exalted, and every mountain and hill be laid low. What so is crooked, let it be made straight, and let the rough places be made plain fields.
5. For the glory of the LORD shall appear, and all flesh shall see it. For why? The mouth of the LORD hath spoken it.
6. The same voice spake: Now cry. And I said: What shall I cry? Then spake it: That all flesh is grass, and that all the beauty thereof, is as the flower of the field.
7. When the grass is withered, the flower falleth away. Even so is the people as grass, when the breath of the LORD bloweth upon them.
8. Nevertheless whether the grass wither, or the flower fade away: Yet the word of our God endureth forever.
9. Moreover the voice cried thus: Go up unto the hill (O Sion) thou that bringest good tidings, lift up thy voice with power, O thou preacher Jerusalem. Lift it up without fear, and say unto the cities of Judah: Behold, your God,
10. behold the LORD, even the Allmighty shall come with power, and bear rule with his arm. Behold, he bringeth his treasure with him, and his works go before him.
11. He shall feed his flock like an herdman. He shall gather the lambs together with his arm, and carry them in his bosom, and shall kindly intreat those that bear young.
12. Who hath holden the waters in his fist? Who hath measured heaven with his span, and hath comprehended all the earth of the world in three fingers? Who hath weighed the mountains and hills?
13. Who hath reformed the mind of the LORD? Or who is of his counsel to teach him?
14. At whom hath he asked counsel, to make him understand, and to learn him the way of judgement: to teach him science: and to instruct him in the way of understanding.
15. Behold, all people are in comparison of him, as a drop to a bucket full, and are counted as the least thing that the balance weigheth. Behold, the Isles are in comparison of him, as the shadow of the son beam.
16. Libanus is not sufficient to minister fire for his offering, and all the beasts thereof are not enough to one sacrifice.
17. All people in comparison of him are reckoned as nothing, yea vain vanity and emptiness.
18. To whom then will ye liken God? or what similitude will ye set up unto him?
19. Shall the carver make him a carved image? and shall the goldsmith cover him with gold, or cast him into a form of silver plates?
20. Moreover shall the image maker, that the poor man which is disposed, may have something to set up also, seek out and choose a tree, that is not rotten, and carve thereout an image, that moveth not?
21. Know ye not this? Heard ye never of it? Hath it not been preached unto you since the beginning? Have ye not been enformed of this since the foundation of the earth was laid:
22. That he sitteth upon the Circle of the world, and that all the inhabiters of the world are in comparison of him, but as grasshoppers: That he spreadeth out the heavens as a covering, that he stretcheth them out, as a tent to dwell in:
23. That he bringeth princes to nothing, and the judges of the earth to dust:
24. so that they be not planted, nor sown again, neither their stock rooted again in the earth? For as soon as he bloweth upon them, they wither and fade away, like the straw in a whirlwind.
25. To whom now will ye liken me, and whom shall I be like, sayeth the holy one?
26. Lift up your eyes on high,(an hie) and consider. Who hath made those things, which come out by so great heaps? and he can call them all by their names. For there is nothing hid unto the greatness of his power, strength, and might.
27. How may then Jacob think, or how may Israel say: My ways are hid from the LORD, and my God knoweth not of my judgments.
28. Knowest thou not, or hast thou not heard, that the everlasting God, the LORD, which made all the corners of the earth, is neither weary nor faint: and that his wisdom can not be comprehended?
29. but that he giveth strength unto the weary, and power unto the faint?
30. Children are weary and faint, and the strongest men fall:
31. But unto them that have the LORD before their eyes, shall strength be increased, Aegles wings shall grow upon them: When they run, they shall not fall: and when they go, they shall not be weary.

Psalms 109:21-25
21. But deal thou with me, O Lord GOD,(o LORDE God) according unto thy name, for sweet is thy mercy.
22. O deliver me, for I am helpless and poor, and my heart is wounded within me.
23. I go hence like the shadow that departeth, and am driven away as the grasshoppers.
24. My knees are weak thorow fasting, my flesh is dried up for want of fatness.
25. I am become a rebuke unto them, they look upon me and shake their heads.

Proverbs 26:2-2
2. Like as the bird, and the swallow take their flight and flee here and there, so the curse that is given in vain, shall not light upon a man.

Galatians 2:1-21
1. Then fourteen years there after, I went up again to Jerusalem with Barnabas, and took with me Titus also.
2. Yea, and I went up by revelation, and commended with them of the gospel,(Gospell) which I preach among the gentiles: but apart(between our selves) with them that are(which were) counted chief,(in reputation) lest it should have been thought that I should run, or had run in vain.
3. Also Titus which was with me, though he were a greek, yet was not compelled to be circumcised,
4. and that because of incomers being false brethren, which came in among others to spy out our liberty which we have in Christ Jesus, that they might bring us into bondage.
5. To whom we gave no room, no not for the space of an hour, as concerning to be brought into subjection: and that because that the truth of the gospel(gospell) might continue with you.
6. Of them which seemed to be great (what they were in time passed it maketh no matter to me: God looketh on no man's person)(For God looketh not on the outward appearance of men) nevertheless they which seem(seemed) great, added nothing to me:(taught me nothing)
7. But contrariwise, when they saw that the gospel(gospell) over the uncircumcision was committed unto me, as the gospel(gospell) over circumcision was unto Peter
8. (For he that was mighty in Peter in the apostleship over the circumcision, the same was mighty in me among the gentiles:)
9. and as soon as(therefore when) James, Cephas, and John, which seemed to be pillars, perceived the grace that was given unto me, they gave to me and Barnabas their(the right) hands, and agreed with us that we should preach among the heathen, and they among the jews:
10. warning only that we should remember the poor, which thing also I was diligent to do.
11. (And) When Peter was come to Antioch, I withstood him in the face, for he was worthy to be blamed.
12. For yer that certain came(afore there came certain) from James, he ate with the gentiles: but when they were come, he withdrew and separated himself, fearing them which were of the circumcision,
13. and the other jews dissembled likewise; Insomuch that Barnabas was brought into their simulation also.
14. But when I saw that they went(walked) not the right way after the truth of the gospel,(gospell) I said unto Peter, before all men,(openly before all:) if thou being a jew, livest after the manner of the gentiles, and not as do the jews: why causest thou the gentiles to follow(live as do) the jews?
15. we which are jews by nature and not sinners of the gentiles,
16. know that a man is not justified(made righteous) by the deeds of the law: but by the faith of Jesus Christ: and(therefore) we have believed on Jesus Christ, that we might be justified(made righteous) by the faith of Christ and not by the deeds of the law: because that no flesh shall be justified by the deeds of the law:
17. If then while we seek to be made righteous by Christ, we ourselves are found sinners, is not then Christ the minister of sin? God forbid.
18. For if I build again that which I destroyed, then make I my self a trespasser.
19. But I thorow the law am dead to the law, that I might live unto God.
20. I am crucified with Christ. I live verily, yet now not I, but Christ liveth in me. (For) The life which I now live in the flesh, I live by the faith of the son of God, which loved me, and gave himself for me.
21. I despise not(cast not away) the grace of God: For if righteousness come of the law, then is Christ dead(died) in vain.