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Chapter 43

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      But now, the Lord that made thee O Jacob, and he that fashioned thee, O Israel, Sayeth thus: Fear not, for I will defend thee. I have called thee by name, thou art mine own. When thou wentest in the water, I was by thee, that the strong floods should not pluck thee away. When thou walkest in the fire, it shall not burn thee, and the flame shall not kindle upon thee. For I am the Lord thy God, the holy one of Israel, thy Saviour. I gave Egypt for thy deliverance, the *Morains and the Sabees for thee: because thou wast dear in my sight, and because I set by thee, and loved thee. I *pilled all men for thee, and delivered all people for thy sake, that thou shouldest not fear, for I was with thee. I will bring thy seed from the East, and gather thee together from the West. I will say to the North, let go. And to the South, keep not back: but bring me my sons from far, and my daughters from the ends of the world: Namely, all those that be called after my name: For them have I created, fashioned, and made for mine honor.
      Bring forth that people, whether they have eyes, or are blind, deaf or have ears. and the deaf that have ears. All nations shall come in one, and be gathered in one people. But which among yonder gods can declare such things, and tell us what is to come? Let them bring their witnesses, so shall they be free: for then men shall hear it, and say, it is truth. But I bring you witnesses ( saith the Lord ) even those that are my servants, whom I have chosen: to the intent that ye might be *certified and give me faithful *credence: yee and to consider, that I am he, before whom there was never any God, and that there shall be none after me. I am only the Lord, and without me there is no Saviour. I give warning, I make whole, I teach you that there should be no strange God among you. And this record must ye bear me yourselves, ( saith the Lord ) that I am God. And even he am I from the beginning, and there is none that can take any thing out of my hand. And what I do, no man can change.
      Thus saith the Lord the holy one of Israel your redeemer: For your sake I will send to Babylon, and bring all the strongest of them from hence: Namely, the Chaldees that boast them of their ships: Even I the Lord your holy one, which have made Israel, and am your King. Moreover, thus saith the Lord, ( even he that maketh a way in the sea, and a footpath in the mighty waters: Which bringeth forth the chariots and horses, the host and the power, that they may fall asleep and never rise, and be extinct, like as *towe is quenched.
      Ye remember not the things of old, and regard nothing that is passed. Therefore behold, I shall make a new thing, and shortly shall it appear: ye shall well know it, I told it you afore, but I will tell it you again. I will make streets in the desert, and rivers of water in the wilderness. The wild beasts shall worship me: the dragon, and the Ostrich. For I shall give water in the wilderness, and streams in the desert: that I may give drink to my people, whom I choose. This people have I made for myself, and they shall show forth my praise. For thou ( Jacob ) wouldest not call upon me, but thou hadest an unlust toward me, O Israel. Thou gavest me not your young beasts for burnt offerings, neither didest honor me with thy sacrifices. Thou boughtest me no dear spice with thy money, neither pourest the fat of thy sacrifices upon me. Howbeit I have not been chargeable unto thee in offerings, neither grievous in incense.
      But thou hast ladened me with thy sins, and wearied me with thine ungodliness.
      Where as I yet am even he only, that for mine own selfs sake do away thine offenses, and forget thy sins: so that I will never think upon them. Put me now in remembrance, for we will reason together, and show what thou hast for thee, to make thee quite. Thy first father offended sore, and thy *rulers have sinned against me. Therefore I either suspended, or slew the cheifest Princes: I did curse Jacob, and gave Israel into reproof.


*Morains (kjv = Ethiopia) Egypt =land of double straight, power, fortresses, wealth (dominate civilizations) Morains = teachers ( of the doctrines of the world) Sabees = "drink thou" those that "drink" of the cup of the world; worldly beliefs. *pilled = to subject them to extortion,what ever the market will bear, East: rise up with the son, West: from rest, from shaded place, from being bound, mortgaged, pledged, and occupied by merchants. North: from hidden treasures (treasures of God) those filled with the spirit and truth, of allmighty God. South: those of the right hand, who have been given the strength of God. From Hebrew roots. RN *certified (to know for certain) *credence: (claim acceptance and trustworthiness) *tow = coarse fiber, maybe used as a wick ie :candle, lamp. RN *rulers (kjv and other bibles of man = teachers)

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