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September 4

Song of Solomon 7:1-13
1. O how pleasant are thy treadings, with thy shoes, thou prince's daughter? Thy thighs are like a fair jewel, which is wrought by a cunning work master:
2. Thy navel is like a round goblet, which is never without drink: thy womb is like an heap of wheat, set about with lilies:
3. Thy two breasts are like two twins of young roes:
4. Thy neck is as it were a tower of ivory: thine eyes are like the water pools in Hesebon, by the port of Bathrabbim: thy nose is like the tower of Libanus, which looketh toward Damascus:
5. That head that standeth upon thee is like Carmel: the hair of thy head is like the kings purple folden up in plates.
6. O how fair and lovely art thou, my dearling, in pleasures?
7. Thy stature is like a date tree, and thy breasts like the grapes. I said:
8. I will climb up the date tree, and take hold of his branches. Thy breasts also shall be as the vine grapes, the smell of thy nostrils like the smell of apples,
9. and thy throat like the best wine. This shall be pure and clear for my love, his lips and teeth shall have their pleasure.
10. There will I turn me unto my love, and he shall turn him unto me.
11. O come on my love, let us go forth into the field, and take our lodging in the villages.
12. In the morning will we rise by times, and go see the vineyard: if it be sprung forth, if the grapes be grown, and if the pomegranates be shot out. There will I give thee my breasts:
13. there shall the mandragoras give their smell beside our doors: there O my love, have I kept unto thee all manner of fruits, both new and old.

Song of Solomon 8:1-14
1. O that I might find thee without, and kiss thee, whom I love as my brother which sucked(suckte) my mother's breasts: and that thou wouldest not be offended,
2. if I took thee, and brought thee in to my mother's house: that thou mightest teach me, and that I might give thee drink of spiced wine and of the sweet sap of my pomegranates.
3. His left hand lieth under my head, and his right hand embraceth me.
4. I charge you, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, that ye wake not up my love, nor touch her, till she be content herself.
5. What is she this, that cometh up from the wilderness, and leaneth upon her love? I am the same that waked thee up among the apple trees, where thy mother bear thee, where thy mother brought thee in to the world.
6. O set me as a seal upon thine heart, and as a seal upon thine arm: for love is mighty as the death, and jealousy as the hell. Her coals are of fire, and a very flame of the LORD:
7. so that many waters are not able to quench love, neither may the streams drown it. Yea if a man would give all the good of his house for love, he should count it nothing.
8. When our love is told our young sister, whose breasts are not yet grown, what shall we do unto her?
9. If she be a wall, we shall build a silver bulwark there upon: if she be a tower, we shall fasten her with borders of Cedar tree.
10. If I be a wall, and my breasts like towers, then am I as one that hath found favour in his sight.
11. Solomon had a vineyard at Baal Hamon, this vineyard delivered he unto the keepers: that every one for the fruit thereof should give him a thousand pieces of silver.
12. But my vineyard, O Solomon, giveth thee a thousand, and two hundredth to the keepers of the fruit.
13. Thou that dwellest in the gardens, O let me hear thy voice, that my companions may harken to the same.
14. O get thee away, my love, as a roe or a young hart unto the sweet smelling mountains. [The end of the Ballet of Ballettes of Salomon, called in Latin Canticum Canticorum.]

Psalms 104:31-35
31. The glorious majesty of the LORD endureth for ever, and the LORD rejoiceth in his works.
32. The earth trembleth at the look of him, he doth but touch the hills and they smoke.
33. I will sing unto the LORD as long as I live, I will praise my God while I have my being.
34. O that my words might please him, for my joy is in the LORD.
35. As for the sinners, they shall be consumed out of the earth, and the ungodly shall come to an end: but praise thou the LORD, O my soul. Praise the everlasting.(Halleluya)

Proverbs 24:21-22
21. My son, fear thou the LORD and the king, and keep no company with the slanderous:(sclaunderous)
22. For their destruction shall come suddenly, and who knoweth the fall of them both?

1 Corinthians 14:1-20
1. Labour for love, and covet spiritual gifts: and most chiefly for to prophesy.
2. For he that speaketh with tongues speaketh not unto men, but unto God. (For) No man heareth him: For(Howbeit) in the spirit he speaketh mysteries.
3. But he that prophesieth speaketh unto men, for their(to) edifying, (to exhortation) and(to) comfort.
4. He that speaketh with tongues, profiteth himself: he that prophesieth edifieth the congregation.
5. I would that ye all spake with tongues: but rather that ye prophesied. For greater is he that prophesieth, than he that speaketh with tongues, except he expound it also, that the congregation may have edifying.
6. Now brethren if I come unto you speaking with tongues: what shall I profit you? except I speak unto(to) you, either by revelation, or knowledge, or prophesying, or doctrine.
7. Moreover when things without life give sound: whether it be a pipe, or an harp: except they make a distinction in the sounds: how shall it be known what is piped or harped?
8. And also if the trumpet give an uncertain voice,(sound) who shall prepare himself to fight?(the battle)
9. Even so likewise when ye speak with tongues, except ye speak words that have signification,(plain words) how shall it be understood(known) what is spoken? For ye shall but speak in the air.
10. Many kinds of voices are in the world, and none of them are(is) without signification.
11. If I know not what the voice meaneth, I shall be unto him that speaketh an alien: and he that speaketh shall be an alien unto me.
12. Even so ye (forasmuch as ye covet spiritual gifts) seek that ye may have plenty unto the edifying of the congregation.
13. Wherefore let him that speaketh with tongues, pray that he may interpret also.
14. If I pray with tongues, my spirit prayeth: but my mind is without fruit.(my understanding bringeth no man fruit)
15. What is it then? (Namely thus:) I will pray with my(the) spirit, and will pray with my(the) mind(understanding) also. I will sing(sing Psalms) with my(the) spirit, and will sing with my(the) mind also.(the understanding also)
16. For else when thou blessest(givest thanks) with the spirit, how shall he that occupieth the room of the unlearned say amen at thy giving of thanks? seeing he understandeth not(knoweth not) what thou sayest?
17. Thou verily givest thanks well: but the other is not edified.
18. I thank my God, I speak with tongues more than ye all.
19. Yet had I lever in the congregation to speak five words with my mind to the information of other,(my understanding that I may enform other also)(others) rather than ten thousand words with the tongue.
20. Brethren, be not children in wit:(understanding) (Howbeit) as concerning maliciousness be children: but in wit(understanding) be perfect.