24 The Lorde shall turne the rayne of the lande vnto powder and dust: euen from heauen shall they come doune vpon the, vntyll thou be brought to nought.
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1 A songe of the steares. I Will lyft vp myne eyes vnto the hylles, from whence commeth my helpe? 2 My helpe commeth euen from the Lorde, which hath made heauen and earth. 3 He wyll not suffre thy fote to be moued, and he that kepeth the, wyll not slepe. 4 Beholde, he that kepeth Israel, shall nether slombre nor slepe. 5 The Lorde hym selfe is thy keper, the Lorde is thy defence vpon thy ryght hande. 6 So that the sunne shall not burne the by daye, nether the moone by nyght. 7 The Lorde shall preserue the from all euell, yee it is euen he that shall kepe thy soule. 8 The Lorde shall preserue thy goynge out and thy commynge in, from thys tyme forth for euer more.
6 Thou shalt be visited of the Lorde of hostes wt thondre, erthquake, and wt a great noise: with storme and tempest and wt the flame of a consuming fyer.
2 He answered and sayde vnto them: whan it begynneth to drawe toward euen, ye saye, it wylbe fayre wether, for the skye is reed?
7 When there were but thre monethes vnto the haruest, I withelde the rayne from you: ye I rayned vpon one cytie: and not vpon another, one pece of grounde was moystured wt rayne, and the grounde that I rayned not vpon, was drye.
11 and greate erthquakes shalbe in all places, and honger, and pestilence, & fearfull thinges. And greate sygnes shall ther be from heauen.
7 Nacion shall ryse agaynst nacion, and realme agaynst realme: and ther shalbe pestilence, & hunger, and erthquakes in all places.
17 & how thy clothes are warme, when the lande is styll thorow the South wynde?
4 But the Lorde hurled a greate wynde into the see, and there was a myghtye tempest in the see: so that the shyppe was in ieoperdy of goynge in peces.
9 Out of the south commeth the tempest, and colde out of the north.
3 And in the mornynge: It wylbe foule wether to daye, for the skye is glowmyng reed. O ye ypocrites, ye can discerne the outward appearaunce of the skye: but can ye not discerne the sygnes of the tymes?
12 But (as for oure God) He made the earth wt his power, and with his wysdome doth he order the whole compasse of the worlde, with his discrecyon hath he spred out the heauens. 13 At his voyce the waters gather togethe in the ayre, he draweth vp the cloudes from the vttemost partes of the earth: he turneth lyghtenyng to rayne, & bryngeth forth the wyndes out of their treasures.
3 The Lord suffreth longe, he is of great power, & so innocent that he leaueth no man fautlesse before him. The Lord goeth forth in tempest & stormy wether, the cloudes are the dust of his fete.
4 I wyll sende you rayne in the ryght ceason and the lande shall yelde her encrease, and the trees of the felde shall geue theyr frute.
8 Fyre an hayle, snowe and vapors, wynde and storme, fulfyllyng hys worde.
2 He answered and sayde vnto them: whan it begynneth to drawe toward euen, ye saye, it wylbe fayre wether, for the skye is reed? 3 And in the mornynge: It wylbe foule wether to daye, for the skye is glowmyng reed. O ye ypocrites, ye can discerne the outward appearaunce of the skye: but can ye not discerne the sygnes of the tymes?