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Neither be ye borne down by their revilings.
And the worm shall eat them, like wool:
9 Awake, awake, clothe thyself with strength, O arm
of JEHOVAH! Awake, as in the days of old, the ancient generations. Art thou not the same that smote Rahab, that wounded
the dragon ? 10 Art thou not the same that dried up the sea, the waters
of the great deep? That made the depths of the sea a path for the redeem
ed to pass through?
And come to Sion with loud acclamation:
And sorrow and sighing shall flee away. 12 I, even I, am he that comforteth you: Who art thou, that thou shouldst fear wretched man,
Who stretched out the heavens, and founded the earth;
And where now is the fury of the oppressor ? 14 He marcheth on with speed, who cometh to set free the
And that his bread may not fail. 15 For I am JEHOVAH thy God; He, who stilleth at once the sea, though the waves there
And with the shadow of my hand have I covered thee:
of the earth;
17 Rouse thyself, rouse thyself up; arise, 0 Jerusalem! Who hast drunken from the hand of JEHOVAH the cup
of his fury: The dregs of the cup of trembling thou hast drunken,
thou hast wrung them out. 18 There is not one to lead her, of all the sons which she
hath brought forth; Neither is there one to support her by the hand, of all
the sons which she hath educated. 19 These two things have befallen thee; who shall bemoan
who shall comfort thee?
At the head of all the streets, like the oryx taken in
the toils; Drenched to the full with the fury of JEHOVAH, with
the rebuke of thy God. 21 Wherefore hear now this, O thou afflicted daughter;
And thou drunken, but not with wine.
And thy God, who avengeth his people :
Thou shalt drink of it again no more.
CHAP. I AWAKE, awake; be clothed with thy strength, O Sion:
Clothe thyself with thy glorious garments, 0 Jerusalem,
thou holy city! For no more shall enter into thee the uncircumcised and
the polluted. 2 Shake thyself from the dust, ascend thy lofty seat, O
Jerusalem: • Loose thyself from the bands of thy neck, O captive
daughter of Sion!
3 . For thus saith JEHOVAH:
For nought were ye sold;
And not with money shall ye be ransomed. 4. For thus saith the Lord JEHOVAH:
My people went down to Egypt, . At the first, to sojourn there;
And the Assyrian, at the last, hath oppressed them. 5 And now, what have I more to do, saith JEHOVAH, & Seeing that my people is taken away for nought; And they, that are lords over them, make their boast of
it, saith JEHOVAH; And continually every day is my name exposed to con
tempt? 6 Therefore shall my people know my name in that day : For I am he, JEHOVAH, that promised; and lo! here I
ng How beautiful appear on the mountains The feet of the joyful messenger; of him, that announc
eth peace! Of the joyful messenger of good tidings; of him, that
announceth salvation! Of him, that sayeth unto Sion, Thy God reigneth! 8 All thy watchmen lift up their voice; they shout together: For face to face shall they see, when JEHOVAH returneth
to Sion. 9 Burst forth into joy, shout together, ye ruins of Jerusa
deemed Israel. 10 JEHOVAH hath made bare his holy arm, in the sight of
all the nations ; And all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of
11 Depart, depart ye, go ye out from thence; touch no
polluted thing : Go ye out from the midst of her; be ye clean, ye that
bear the vessels of JEHOVAH!
And not by flight shall ye march along:
13 BEHOLD, my servant shall prosper ;
(To such a degree was his countenance disfigured, more
than that of man;
Before him shall kings shut their mouths;
CHAP. 1 Who hath believed our report;
2 For he groweth up in their sight like a tender sucker;
And like a root from a thirsty soil;
A man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief;
He was despised, and we esteemed him not.
And our sorrows, he hath carried them:
Smitten of God, and afflicted. .
laid upon him;
We have turned aside, every one to his own way;
of us all.
opened not his mouth :
And as a sheep before her shearers
Is dumb; so he opened not his mouth.
And his manner of life who would declare?
For the transgression of my people he was smitten to death. 9 And his grave was appointed with the wicked;
But with the rich man was his tomb.
Neither was there any guile in his mouth;
If his soul shall make a propitiatory sacrifice, .
satisfied : By the knowledge of him shall my servant justify many;
For the punishment of their iniquities he shall bear.
CHAP. 1 SHOUT for joy, 0 thou barren, that didst not bear;
Break forth into joyful shouting, and exult, thou that
didst not travail: .
Than of the married woman, saith JEHOVAH.
And let the canopy of thy habitation be extended :
And firmly fix thy stakes :
forth with increase;
And they shall inhabit the desolate cities.
And blush not, for thou shalt not be brought to reproach: