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[Cht. 75.] SELECTION 322. [Is. Ixvi. 18.] 1. It shall come, that I will gather all nations and tongues;

And they shall | come, and see my glory. 2. 'And I will / set a sign among them,

And I will send those that escape of them to the nations, 3. That have not heard my | fame, nor seen my glory;

And they shall declare my | glory among the Gentiles. 4. And they shall | bring all your brethren,

An offering unto JE|HOVAH out of all nations. 5. Upon horses, and in chariots, and in litters.

And upon | mules, and upon swift beasts,

To my holy mountain Jerusalem, saith JEHOVAH, 6. As the children of Israel bring an offering

In a clean vessel | into the house of JEHOVAH. 7. And I will also take of them

For priests and for | Levites, saith JEHOVAH. 8. For | as the new heavens

And the new | earth, which I will make, 9. Shall remain before me, saith JEHOVAH,

So shall your / seed and your name remain. 10. And it shall come to pass,

That from one new moon to another, 11. And from one / sabbath to another,

[HOVAH. Shall all flesh come to worship before me, saith Je[Cht. 77.] SELECTION 323. [Is. lxv. 17.] 1. For, Behold! | I create

New heavens and a | new earth :
2. And the former shall not be remembered,

Nor come into mind.
3. But be ye glad and rejoice for ever,

In that which | I create :
4. For, behold! I'create Jerusalem a rejoicing,

And her people a joy,
5. And I will rejoice in Jerusalem,

And joy | in my people :
6. And the voice of weeping shall no more be heard in her,

Nor the voice of crying:
7. There shall be no more thence an | infant of days,

Nor an old man that hath not | filled his days:
8. For the child shall die an | hundred years old;

But the sinner an hundred years old shall be accursed.


[Cht. 76.] SELECTION 324.

[Is. lxi. 4.] 1. And they shall build the old wastes,

They shall raise up the former | desolations, 2. And they shall repair the waste cities,

The desolations of many generations. 3. And strangers shall stand and feed your flocks, “And the sons of the alien shall be your ploughmen, and

your vinedressers. 4. But ye shall be named, The Priests of JEHOVAH:

They shall call you, The Ministers of our God: 5. Ye shall eat the riches of the Gentiles,

And in their glory shall ye | boast yourselves. 6. For your shame, ye | shall have double ;

And for confusion, they shall rejoice in their portion : 7. Therefore in their land they shall possess the double :

Everlasting joy shall be unto them. 8. For I JE|HOVAH love judgment,

I hate robbery | for burnt offering: 9. And I will direct their work in truth,

And I will make an everlasting | covenant with them. 10. And their seed shall be known among the Gentiles,

And their offspring among the people: 11. All that see them shall acknowledge them,

That they are the seed which Je|hovah hath blessed. [Cht. 80.]

SELECTION 325. 1. Hearken unto | me, my people!

And give ear unto me, so my nation! 2. For a law shall proceed from me,

And I will make my judgment to rest for a | light of the 3. My righteousness is near; my salvation | is gone forth,

And mine arms shall I judge the people; 4. The isles shall | wait upon me,

And on mine arm | shall they trust. 5. Lift up your eyes to the heavens,

And look upon the earth beneath : 6. For the heavens shall vanish a way like smoke,

And the earth shall wax | old like a garment ; 7. And they that | dwell therein

Shall | die in like manner: 8. But my salvation shall be for ever,

And my righteousness shall not be abolished.

[Is. li. 4.]


[Cht. 78.]

[Is. lii.) 1. Awake! awake! put on thy strength, O Zion! [city!

Put on thy beautiful garments, 0 Jerusalem, the holy 2. For henceforth there shall no more come into thee

The un circumcised and the unclean.
3. Shake thy self from the dust ;

Arise, / sit down, O Jerusalem !
4. Loose thyself from the bands of thy neck,

O captive daughter of Zion!
5. For thus saith JEHOVAH,
'Ye have sold your selves for nought;

And ye shall be redeemed without money.
6. For thus saith the Lord Jehovih,

[there; *My people went down aforetime into Egypt to , sojourn

And the Assyrian opspressed them without cause. 7. Now therefore, what have I here, saith JEHOVAH,

That my people is taken away for nought? [HOVAH; 8. They that rule over them make them to showl, saith JE

And my name continually | every day is blasphemed. 9. Therefore my people shall know my name : *Therefore they shall know in that day, That I am he that doth speak: behold! it is I.

[Cht. 79.] SELECTION 327. [Is. lxv. 21.) 1. And they shall build | houses, and inhabit;

“And they shall plant vineyards, and eat their fruit. 2. They shall not build, and another inhabit;

They shall not plant, and another eat: 3. For as the days of a tree are the days of my people,

And mine elect shall long enjoy the work of their hands. 4. They shall not labor in vain,

Nor bring forth for trouble ;
5. For they are the seed of the bless-ed of Jehovah,

And their offspring with them.
6. And I it shall come to pass,

That before they call, I will answer ;
“And while they are yet speaking, | I will hear.
7. The wolf and the lamb shall feed together,

And the lion shall eat | straw like the bullock:
8. And dust shall be the serpent's meat,
They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy moun-
tain, saith JEHOVAH.


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[Cht. 74.]


[Is. v. 12.)

1. But they regard not the work of JEHOVAH,

*Neither consider the operation of his hands. 2. Therefore my people are gone into captivity,

Bescause they have no knowledge : 3. And their honorable | men are famished,

And their multitude | dri-ed up with thirst. 4. Therefore Hell hath en larged herself,

And opened her mouth without measure : 5. And their glory, and their multitude, and their pomp,

And he that rejoiceth, / shall descend into it. 6. And the mean man shall be brought down,

And the mighty man shall be humbled,

"And the eyes of the lofty shall be humbled : 7. But Jehovah of hosts shall be exalted in judgment,

And God that is holy shall be | sanctified in righteous. 8. Then shall the lambs feed | after their manner,

And the waste places of the fat ones shall strangers eat.


[Cht. 52.]


[Is. xi. 6.]

1. The wolf also shall | dwell with the lamb,

And the leopard | shall lie down with the kid ; 2. And the calf and the young lion and the / fatling toge.

ther; And a little child shall lead them. 3. And the cow and the bear shall feed ;

Their young ones shall lie | down together :

And the lion shall eat straw like the ox. 4. And the sucking child shall play on the hole of the

asp, And the weaned child shall put his hand on the cocka

trice' den. 5. They shall not hurt nor destroy,

In | all my holy mountain : 6. For the earth shall be full of the knowledge of Jeho

As the waters cover the sea.

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[Is. xiv. 3.]

1. And it shall come to pass in the day

In which JEHOVAH shall | give thee rest,
2. From thy sorrow, and | from thy fear,
And from the hard bondage wherein thou wast | made

to serve,
3. That thou shalt take up this proverb

Against the king of Babylon, and shalt say,
4. How hath the oppressor ceased!

The golden | city ceased !
5. JEHOVAH hath broken the staff of the wicked,

sceptre of the rulers.
6. He who smote the people in wrath

With a continual stroke,
7. He that ruled the nations in anger,

Is persecuted, ) and none hindereth.
8. The whole earth is at | rest, is quiet:

“They break forth into singing.

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[Cht. 74.]


[Is. xxv.]

1. O JEHOVAH! thou art my God!

I will exalt thee, | I will praise thy name; 2. For thou hast done | wondrous things:

Thy counsels of old are | faithfulness and truth.
3. For thou hast made of a city an heap;

Of a desfen-ced city a ruin:
4. A palace of strangers to be no city;

It I never shall be built.
5. Therefore shall the strong people glorify thee,

"The city of the terrible nations shall fear thee.
6. For thou hast been a strength | to the poor,

A strength to the needy in his distress,
7. A refuge from the storm, a shadow | from the heat,
When the blast of the terrible ones is as a | storm against

the wall.
8. Thou shalt bring down the noise of strangers,

As the heat in a dry place;
9. The heat with the shadow of a cloud:

The branch of the terrible l'ones shall be brought low.

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