1 The vision of Isaiah son of Amoz, which he saw, concerning Judah and Jerusalem,—in the days of Uzziah Jotham Ahaz Hezekiah—kings of Judah. 2 Hear O heavens, And give ear, O earth, for Yahweh, hath spoken:—Sons, have I brought up, and advanced, And, they, have rebelled against me. 3 An ox knoweth, his owner, And an ass his masters crib,—Israel, doth not know, My people doth not consider. 4 Alas! a nation—committing sin, a people—burdened with iniquity, a seed—practising wickedness, sons—acting corruptly. They have forsaken Yahweh despised the Holy One of Israel,—Are estranged and gone back. 5 Why should ye be smitten any more? Ye would again turn aside! The whole head is sick, And the whole heart faint: 6 From the sole of the foot even unto the head, there is in it no soundness, Bruise and stripe and newly-made wound,—They have not been pressed out, nor bound up, nor soothed with oil. 7 Your country—is a desolation, Your cities—are consumed with fire,—Your soil—right before your eyes, foreigners are devouring it, And it is a desolation a very overthrow by foreigners; 8 And left is the Daughter of Zion, Like a hut in a vineyard,—Like a lodge in a gourd-plot Like a city besieged. 9 If, Yahweh of hosts, had not left us a very small remnant, Like Sodom, had we become, Gomorrah, had we resembled. 10 Hear the word of Yahweh, ye rulers of Sodom,—Give ear to the instruction of our God, ye people of Gomorrah:— 11 Of what use to me, is your multitude of sacrifices: Saith Yahweh: I am sated with ascending-offerings of rams and the fat of fed beasts,—In the blood of bulls and young rams and he-goats, have I no pleasure. 12 When ye enter to see my face, Who hath required this at your hand trampling my courts? 13 Ye shall not again bring in an empty, present, Incense, an abomination, is that unto me! New moon, and sabbath calling an assembly—I cannot endure, iniquity and sacred festival! 14 Your new moons and your appointed feasts, my soul, hateth,—They have become unto me a burden I am too weary to bear: 15 Even when ye spread forth your open palms, I hide mine eyes from you; Yea, though ye multiply prayers, I am not hearkening,—Your hands, with deeds of blood, are filled. 16 Wash you make you clean, Put away the wickedness of your doings from before mine eyes,—Cease to do evil. 17 Learn to do well—Seek justice, Correct the oppressor,—Vindicate the fatherless, Plead the cause of the widow, 18 Come, I pray you, and let us settle the disputer Saith Yahweh,—Though your sins be found like scarlet, As snow, shall they be made white, Though they appear red like crimson, As wool, shall they become. 19 If ye be willing—and hearken Of the good of the land, shall ye eat; 20 But, if ye refuse and rebel, With the sword, shall ye be devoured, For, the mouth of Yahweh, hath spoken it. 21 How hath she become unchaste!—The city that was Faithful,—Full of justice, Righteousness lodged in her, But, now, murderers! 22 Thy silver, hath become dross,—Thy wine, weakened with water; 23 Thy rulers, are unruly, and companions of thieves, Every one of the people, loveth a bribe, and runneth after rewards,—The fatherless, they do not vindicate, And, the plea of the widow, reacheth them not. 24 Therefore, Declareth the Lord Yahweh of hosts, The Mighty One of Israel,—Alas! I must appease me on mine adversaries, I must avenge me on mine enemies 25 That I may turn my hand against thee, And smelt away, as with potash, thy dross, And remove all thine alloy; 26 That I may restore thy Judges as at the first, and thy Counsellors as at the beginning,—After that, shalt thou he called Righteous citadel, Trusty city,— 27 Zion, with justice shall be redeemed,—And her returning ones, with righteousness; 28 And the downfall of transgressors and sinners, shall be, together,—And, they who forsake Yahweh, shall be brought to an end; 29 For they shall turn pale on account of the oaks which ye desired,—And ye shall blush on account of the gardens which ye had chosen; 30 For ye shall be as an oak with its leaf faded, And as a garden that hath no, water; 31 Then shall the strong one become tow, And his work a spark,—And they shall both blaze together And there be none to quench the fire.
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35 The heaven and the earth, shall pass away, but, my words, shall, in nowise, pass away.
8 And, observing it, Jesus said—Why are ye deliberating among yourselves, ye little-of-faith! because, loaves, ye have not?
28 We know, further, that, unto them who love God, God causeth all things to work together for good,—unto them who, according to purpose, are such as he hath called;
7 All your anxiety, casting upon him, because he careth for you.
1 And he pointed out to me a river of water of life, bright as crystal, issuing forth out of the throne of God and of the Lamb, 2 in the midst of the broadway thereof. And, on this side of the river and on that, was a tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, every several month, yielding its fruit; and, the leaves of the tree, were for the healing of the nations, 3 And, no curse, shall there be, any more; and, the throne of God and of the Lamb, shall be, therein,—and his servants will render divine service unto him, 4 and they shall see his face, and, his name, [shall be] upon their foreheads. 5 And, night, shall be, no more; and they have no need of the light of a lamp or the light of a sun, because, the Lord, God, will give them light,—and they shall reign unto the ages of ages. 6 And he said unto me—-These words, are faithful and true; and, the Lord, the God of the spirits of the prophets, hath sent his messenger, to point out, unto his servants, the things which must needs come to pass with speed. 7 And—Lo! I come speedily! Happy, is he that keepeth the words of the prophecy of this scroll. 8 And, I, John, am he that was hearing and seeing these things; and, when I had heard and seen, I fell down to do homage at the feet of the messenger who had been pointing out unto me these things,— 9 and he saith unto me—See [thou do it] not! A fellow-servant, am I, of thee, and of thy brethren the prophets, and of them who keep the words of this scroll: unto God, do homage. 10 And he saith unto me—Do not seal up the words of the prophecy of this scroll, for, the season, is, near: 11 He that is doing unjustly, let him do unjustly, still, and, he that is filthy, let him be made filthy, still; and, he that is righteous, let him do righteousness, still, and, he that is holy, let him be hallowed, still:— 12 Lo! I come speedily, and my reward is with me, to render unto each one as, his, work is. 13 I, am the A and the Z, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. 14 Happy, they who are washing their robes, that their right may be unto the tree of life and, by the gates, they may enter into the city. 15 Outside, are the dogs, and the sorcerers, and the unchaste, and the murderers, and the idolaters, and every one loving and doing falsehood. 16 I, Jesus, have sent my messenger, to bear witness unto you of these things, for the assemblies. I, am the Root and the Offspring of David, the bright and the morning Star. 17 And, the Spirit and the Bride, say—Come! and, he that heareth, let him say—Come! and, he that is athirst, let him come,—he that will, let him take of the water of life, freely. 18 I, bear witness, unto every one that heareth the words of the prophecy of this scroll:—If anyone shall lay aught upon them, God, will lay upon him, the plagues which are written in this scroll; 19 And, if anyone shall take away from the words of this prophetic scroll, God, will take away his part,—from the tree of life, and out of the holy city,—[from] the things written in this scroll. 20 He that beareth witness of these things, saith—Yea! I come, speedily. Amen! come, Lord Jesus! 21 The favour of the Lord Jesus [Christ] be with the saints.
1 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for, the first heaven and the first earth, have passed away, and, the sea, is no more. 2 And, the holy city, new Jerusalem, saw I coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. 3 And I heard a loud voice out of the throne, saying—Lo! the tent of God, is with men, and he will tabernacle with them, and, they, shall be, his peoples, and, he, shall be, God with them; 4 And he will wipe away every tear out of their eyes,—and, death, shall be no more, and grief and outcry and pain shall be no more: the first things, have passed away. 5 And he that was sitting upon the throne said— Lo! I make all things, new. And he saith—Write! because, these words, are, faithful and true. 6 And he said unto me—Accomplished! I, am the A, and the Z, the Beginning and the End: I, unto him that is thirsting, will give of the fountain of the water of life, freely: 7 He that overcometh, shall inherit these things,—And I will be, to him, a God, and, he, shall be, to me, a son; 8 But, as for the timid, and disbelieving, and abominable, and murderers, and fornicators, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all the false, their part, is in the lake that burneth with fire and brimstone,—which is the second death. 9 And there came one of the seven messengers which had the seven bowls, that were full of the seven last plagues, and spake with me, saying— Hither! I will point out to thee the bride, the wife of the Lamb. 10 And he carried me away, in spirit, unto a mountain great and high, and pointed out to me the holy city, Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God; 11 having the glory of God,—her lustre, like unto a stone most precious, as a jasper stone, shining as crystal; 12 having a wall great and high, having twelve gates, and, at the gates, twelve messengers, and names inscribed, which are [the names] of the twelve tribes of the sons of Israel,— 13 on the east, three gates, and, on the north, three gates, and, on the south, three gates, and, on the west, three gates; 14 and, the wall of the city, having twelve foundations, and, upon them, twelve names of the twelve apostles of the Lamb. 15 And, he that was talking with me, had, for a measure, a reed of gold, that he might measure the city, and the gates thereof, and the wall thereof. 16 And, the city, four-square, lieth, and, the length thereof, is as great as the breadth. And he measured the city, with the reed,—twelve thousand furlongs: the length, and the breadth, and the height thereof, are, equal. 17 And he measured the wall thereof,—a hundred and forty-four cubits: the measure of a man, which is [the measure] of a messenger. 18 And, the structure of the wall thereof, was jasper, and, the city, was pure gold, like unto pure glass. 19 The foundations of the wall of the city, with every precious stone were adorned: the first foundation, was jasper, the second, sapphire, the third, chalcedony, the fourth, emerald, 20 the fifth, sardonyx, the sixth, sardius, the seventh, chrysolite, the eighth, beryl, the ninth, topaz, the tenth, chrysoprase, the eleventh, hyacinth, the twelfth, amethyst; 21 and, the twelve gates, were twelve pearls,—each one of the gates, severally, was of one pearl; and, the broadway of the city, was pure gold, as transparent glass. 22 And, sanctuary, saw I none therein; for, the Lord, God, the Almighty, is the sanctuary thereof, and the Lamb. 23 And, the city, hath no need of the sun, nor of the moon, that they should shine therein; for, the glory of God, illumined it, and, the lamp thereof, was the Lamb. 24 And the nations, shall walk, through her light; and, the kings of the earth, do bring their glory into it, 25 and, the gates thereof, shall in nowise be shut, by day,—night, in fact, shall not be there,— 26 and they shall bring the glory and the honour of the nations into it. 27 And in nowise shall there enter into it, anything common, or he that doeth abomination and falsehood,—but only they who are written in the Lamb’s book of life.
1 He that dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High, Under the shadow of the Almighty, will tarry, 2 Saying of Yahweh—My refuge and my fortress, My God, in whom I will trust. 3 For, he, will rescue thee, From the snare of the fowler, From the destructive pestilence. 4 With his pinion, will he cover thee, And, under his wings, shalt thou seek refuge, A shield and buckler, is his faithfulness. 5 Thou shalt not be afraid, Of the dread of the night, Of the arrow that flieth by day; 6 Of the pestilence that, in darkness, doth walk, Of the plague that layeth waste at noonday. 7 There shall fall, at thy side, a thousand, Yea, myriads, at thy right hand, Unto thee, shall it not come nigh; 8 Save only, with thine own eyes, shalt thou discern, And, the recompense of the lawless, shalt thou see. 9 Because, thou, [hast made] Yahweh, my refuge,—The Most High, thou last made thy dwelling-place, 10 There shall not be sent unto thee misfortune, Nor shall, plague, come near into thy tent; 11 For, his messengers, will he charge concealing thee, To keep thee, in all thy ways; 12 On hands, will they bear thee up, Lest thou strike, against a stone, thy foot; 13 On the lion and adder, shalt thou tread, Shalt trample on young lion and crocodile. 14 Because, on me, he hath set firm his love, Therefore will I deliver him, I will set him on high, Because he hath known my Name; 15 He shall call me, and I will answer him, With him, will, I, be, in distress, I will rescue him, and will honour him; 16 With length of days, will I satisfy him, And will show him my salvation.
6 For nothing, be anxious, but, in everything, by your prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let, your petitions, be made known unto God;
1 Let not your heart be troubled: Believe on God, and, on me, believe.
13 Now, the God of the hope, fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that ye may surpass in the hope, in the power of Holy Spirit.
1 Amongst which things, when the ten thousands of the multitude were gathered together, so that they were treading one upon another, he began to be saying, unto his disciples, first—Be keeping yourselves free from the leaven of the Pharisees, the which is, hypocrisy. 2 But, nothing, hath been, covered up, which shall not be uncovered, and hidden, which shall not be made known. 3 Because, as many things as, in the darkness, ye have said, in the light, shall be heard; and, what to the ear ye spake, in the chambers, shall be proclaimed on the housetops. 4 And I say unto you, my friends—Do not be put in fear of them who kill the body, and, after these things, have nothing more uncommon which they can do. 5 But I will suggest to you, whom ye should fear—Fear him who, after killing, hath authority to cast into gehenna,—Yea, I say unto you—Him, fear ye. 6 Are not, five sparrows, sold for two farthings? and, not one from among them, hath been forgotten before God. 7 But, even the hairs of your head, have all been numbered: Be not afraid: many sparrows, ye excel. 8 And I say unto you—Whosoever shall confess me before men, even the Son of Man, will confess him, before the messengers of God; 9 But, he who denied me before men, shall be denied before the messengers of God. 10 And, whosoever shall say a word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him; but, unto him who, against the Holy Spirit, speaketh profanely, it shall not be forgiven. 11 But, whensoever they shall be bringing you in before the synagogues, and the rulers, and the authorities, do not be anxious how, [or what] ye shall answer, or what ye shall say; 12 For, the Holy Spirit, shall teach you, in that very hour, what ye ought to say. 13 And one from amongst the multitude said unto him—Teacher! bid my brother divide with me the inheritance. 14 But, he, said unto him—Man! who hath appointed me a judge or divider over you? 15 And he said unto them—Mind and be guarding yourselves from all covetousness; for not, in one’s abundance, doth his life spring out of his possessions. 16 And he spake a parable unto them, saying—A certain rich man’s estate, bare well. 17 And he began to deliberate within himself, saying—What shall I do? because I have not where I can gather my fruits. 18 And he said—This, will I do,—I will pull down my barns, and, greater ones, build, and gather, there, all my wheat and good things; 19 and will say to my soul—Soul! thou hast many good things [lying by for many years: be taking thy rest, eat, drink,] be making merry! 20 But God said unto him—Simple one! on this very night, they are asking, thy soul, from thee; The things, then, which thou hast prepared, whose shall they be? 21 [So, is he that is laying up treasure for himself, and is not rich, towards God.] 22 And he said unto his disciples—For this cause, I say unto you,—Be not anxious for the life, what ye shall eat, nor yet for [your] body, what ye shall put on; 23 For, the life, is more, than the food, and, the body, than, the clothing. 24 Consider well the ravens—That they sow nor, neither do they reap, which have neither chamber nor barn,—and, God, feedeth, them! By how much do, ye, excel, the birds? 25 And, who from among you, though anxious, can, unto his stature, add a cubit? 26 If then, not even the least thing, ye can do, why, concerning the rest, are ye anxious? 27 Consider well the lilies, how they grow: they toil not, neither do they spin, and yet I say unto you—Not even Solomon, in all his glory, was arrayed like one of these. 28 But, if God thus adorneth, the grass, which is, in a field, to-day, and, to-morrow, into an oven, is cast, how much rather you, O little-of-faith? 29 Ye, therefore, be not seeking what ye shall eat and what ye shall drink, and be not held in suspense; 30 For, after all these things, do, the nations of the world, seek,—but, your Father, knoweth that ye need these things. 31 Notwithstanding, be seeking his kingdom,—and, these things, shall be added unto you. 32 Be not afraid, the dear little flock! for your Father delighteth to give you, the kingdom. 33 Sell your possessions, and give alms, make for yourselves purses that wax not old,—treasure unfailing, in the heavens, where, thief, doth not draw near, and, moth, doth not spoil. 34 For, where your treasure is, there, will your heart he also. 35 Let your loins be girded, and your lamps burning, 36 And, ye yourselves, like unto men awaiting their own lord, once he may break up out of the marriage-feast,—that, when he cometh and knocketh, straightway, they may open unto him. 37 Happy those servants, whom the lord, when he cometh, shall find watching! Verily, I say unto you—he will gird himself, and make them recline, and, coming near, will minister unto them. 38 And, if, in the second, or if, in the third, watch, he come and find, thus, happy, are, they! 39 But, of this, be taking note—Had the householder known, in what hour the thief was coming, he would have watched, and not suffered his house, to be digged through. 40 Ye, therefore, be getting ready, because, in what hour ye are not thinking, The Son of an cometh! 41 But Peter said—Lord! unto us, this parable, speakest thou? or, even unto all? 42 And the Lord said—Who then is the faithful steward, the prudent one, whom the lord will appoint over his body of attendants, to be giving, in due season, the measured allowance of wheat? 43 Happy, that servant, whom the lord, when he cometh shall find doing, thus! 44 Of a truth, I say unto you—Over all his possessions, will he appoint him. 45 But, if that servant should say in his heart—My lord delayeth to come! and should begin to be striking the youths and the maidens,—to be eating also, and drinking, and making himself drunk, 46 The lord of that servant, will have come—on a day when he is not expecting, and in an hour when he is not taking note,—and will cut him asunder, and, his part, with the unfaithful, will appoint. 47 And, that servant, who had come to know the will of his lord, and neither prepared, nor wrought unto his will, shall be beaten with many stripes; 48 Whereas, he who had not come to know, and did things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. And, every one to whom was given much, much, shall be sought from him; and, he to whom they committed much, for more than common, will they ask him. 49 Fire, came I to cast upon the earth,—and what can I wish, if, already, it hath been, kindled? 50 But, an immersion, have I, to be immersed with, and how am I distressed, until it be ended! 51 Suppose ye, that, peace, I am come to give in the earth? Nay, I tell you, but rather division. 52 For there shall be, henceforth, five in one house, divided,—three against two, and two against three: 53 There shall be divided—Father against son, and son against father, mother against daughter, and daughter against the mother,—mother-in-law against her daughter-in-law, and daughter-in-law against the mother-in-law. 54 And he went on to say, even unto the multitudes,—Whensoever ye see a cloud springing up from the west, straightway, ye are saying—A thunderstorm is coming! and it happeneth thus. 55 And, whensoever a south wind, blowing, ye say—A scorching heat, will there be! and it cometh to pass. 56 Hypocrites! the face of the earth and of the heaven, ye know how to scan; but, this season, how know ye not to scan; 57 Why, moreover, even from yourselves, judge ye not what is just? 58 For, as thou art going along with thine adversary unto a ruler, on the way, take pains to get a release from him; lest once he drag thee along unto the judge, and, the judge, deliver thee up to the punisher,—and, the punisher, cast thee into prison: 59 I tell thee—In nowise shalt thou come out from thence, until, even the last fraction, thou pay!
25 For this cause, I say unto you: Be not anxious for your life, what ye shall eat [or what ye shall drink],—or for your body, what ye shall put on: Is not, the life, more than, the food? And, the body, than, the raiment? 26 Observe intently, the birds of the heaven,—that they neither sow, nor reap, nor gather into barns, and yet, your heavenly Father, feedeth, them: Are no, ye, much better than, they? 27 But who from among you, being anxious, can add to his stature one cubit? 28 And, about clothing, why are ye anxious? Consider well the lilies of the field, how they grow,—they toil not neither do they spin; 29 And yet, I say unto you, not even Solomon, in all his glory, was arrayed like, one of these! 30 Now, if the grass of the field—which to-day, is, and, to-morrow, into an oven, is cast—God thus adorneth, not much rather, you, little of faith? 31 Do not then be anxious saying, What shall we eat? or What shall we drink? or Wherewithal shall we be arrayed? 32 For, all these things, the nations, seek after,—for your heavenly Father, knoweth, that ye are needing, all these things. 33 But be seeking first, the kingdom and its righteousness,—and, all these things, shall be added unto you. 34 Do not, then, be anxious for the morrow; for the morrow, will be anxious, for itself: Sufficient for the day, is the evil thereof.