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XJ Then certain of the Eiders spake to all the People, saying,

1* Micah the Motasthite prophefied in the Days of Hezekiah, saying. Thus faith the Lord of Hosts, Zion shall be Plowed like a field, and JeRusalem shall become Heaps.

19 Did Hezekiah and all Jadah put him at all to Death! did he not Fear the Lord, and Besouqht the Lord, and the Lord repented him of the Evil which he had pronounced against them i Thus might we procure great Evil against our Souls.

ao And there was also a Man that Prophesied in the Name of the Lord, Urijah, who Prophesied against this City, and against this Land, according ro all the Words of Jeremiah.

ar And when Jchoiakim and all the Princes heard his Words, the King sought to put him to Death; but when Urijah heard it he was afraid, ana fled into Egypt. •

It And Jehoukim the King sent Men into Egypt.

13 And they set forth Urijah out of Egypt, and brought him unto Jehoiakim, who Slew him, and cast his dead Body into the Grave of the common People.

24 Nevertheless, the Hand of Ahikam was with Jeremiah, that they should not put him to Death.

Jtr. Xxivu t And in the fouith Tear of Jchoiakim, this Word came ui»* to Jeremiah from the Lord, saying,

I Take thee a Roll of a Book, and write therein all the Words that I hive Spoken unto thee against Israel, and against Judah, aud against all the Nations, from the Day 1 ipake unto thee, from the Days of Jofiah, even unto this Day.

j It may be that the House of Judah will hear all the Evil which I purpose to do unto them; that they may return every Man from his Evil Way, that I may forgive their Iniquity and their Sin.

4 Then Jeremiah called Baiuch, who wrote all the Words of the Lord, which he had spoken unto him, upon a Roll of a Book.

5 And Jeremiah commanded Baiuch, saying, 1 am (hut up, I cannot go into the House of the Lord.

8 Therefore go thou and read in the Roll the Words of the Lord in the Eats of the People in the Lord's House upon the Fasting day.

7 It may be they will present their Supplication before the Lord, and will return every one from his Evil Way/j for great is the Anoer and the Furt that the Lord hath pronounced against this People.

t And Baruch did according to all that Jeremiah the Prophet commanded him, reading in die Book the Words of the Lord in the Lord's House.

9 And in the fifth Tear of Jehoiakim they proclaimed a Fast before the Lord.

10 Then read Baruch the Words of Jeremiah in the House of the Lord. it When Michaiah had heard out of the Boos all the Words of the


12 Then he went down into the King's House, into the Scribes Chamber, and lo, all the Princes (at there.

11 Then Michaiah declared unio them all the Words that he had heard. 14 Therefore all the Princes sent Jchudi unto Baruch, saying, Take la

thine Hand the Roll.

i{ And rhey said unto him, Read it. So Baiuch read it.

i5 When they had beard all the Words, rhey were Afraid, and said unto Baruch, We will surely tell the King of all these Words.

17 And they asked Baruch, saying. Tell us now, how didst thou write all these Words at his Mouth?

1I Then Biruch answered them, He pronounced all these Words unto me, and 1 wrote them.

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T9 Then said the Princes onto Baruch, Go hide thee, thou and Jeremiah, and let no Man know where ye be.

10 And they went in to the King into the Court, but they laid up th# Ron in the Chamber of Elilhcma the Sciibe, and told all the Words in the Eats of the King.

21 So the King sent Jehudi to set the Ron, and Jehndi read it in the Eats of the King, and in the Ears of all the Princes which stood befide the King.

2z Now the King fat in the Winter-house, In the ninth Month; and there was a fire on the Hearth

2j And it came to pass that when Jehudi had read three or four Leaves, he cut it with the Penknife, and cist it into the Eire, until all the Roil was consumed.

14 ret the/ were not Afraid, nor rent their Garments, neither the King, net any of bis Servants that heard all these Woriis.

16 But the King commanded Jerahmeel, and Seraiah, and Shelamiab, to rakeBatuch the Sciibe, and Jeremiah the Prophet; but the Lord Bio them.

17 Then the Word of the Lord came to Jeremiah, saying,

zl Take thee again another Ron, and write in it all the former Words that were in the first Ron.

29 And thou shalt say to Jehoiakim, Thus faith the Lord, Thou hast burnt this Ron, saying, Why hast thou written, saying. The King of Babylon shall certainly come and destioy this Land, and Bull cause to cease from thence Man and Beast i

jo Therefore thus saith the Lord of Jehoiakim King of Judab, He shall have none ro fit upon the Throne of David, and his dead Body shall be •cast our in the Day to the Heat, and in the Night to the Frost.

31 And I will runilh him and his Seed, and his Servants, for their Iniquity, and I will bting upon the Men of Judab. all the Evil that I have Pronounced against them, but they Hearknfd not.

32 Then took Jeremiah Another Roil, and gave it to Baruch, who wrote therein from the Mouth of Jeremiah all the Words of the Book which Jehoiakim had burnt, and there were added befides unto them, many u&a Words.


i Jehoiakim first subdued by Nebuchadnezzar, then rebelling again/f him, procureth his own Ruin. 5 Jehoiakim succeedeth him. 7 The King of Egypt is vanquished by the King of Babylon. 8 Jehoiakim his evil Reign. 10 Jerusalem Is taken and carried Captive into Babylon. 17 Zedekiah is made King, and reignetb ill, unto the utter Destruction as Judah.

Ver. 1 T N bis Days Nebuchadnezzar King of Babylon came JL up, and Jehoiakim became his Servant three Years: then he turned and rebelled against him.

2 And the Lord sent against him Bands of the*> and Syrians, and Moabites, and of the Children of Ammon, and sent them against Judah to destroy itj according to the"

'- "WofcD1 Word of the Lord, which he spake by his Servants the Prophets.

. 3 Surely at the Commandment of the Lord came this upon Judah, to remove them out of his fight for the Sins of Manasseh, according to all that he did.

4 And also for the Innocent Blood that he shed (for he filled Jerusalem with innocent Blood) which the Lord would not pardon.

5 Now the rest of the Acts of Jehoiakim, and his Abominations, and all that he did, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah?

6 So Jehoiakim slept with his Fathers: and Jehoiachin his Son reigned in his stead.

8 Jehoiachin was eighteen Years old when he began to reign, and he reigned in Jerusalem three Months.

9 And he did that which was evil in the fight of the Lord, according to all that his Father had done.

10 At that Time the Servants of Nebuchadnezzar King of Babylon came up against Jerusalem, and the City was befieged.

11 And Nebuchadnezzar came against the City, and his Servants did befiege it.

12 And Jehoiachin the King of Judah went out to the King of Babylon, he and his Mother, and his Princes, and his Officers: and the King of Babylon took him in the Eighth Year of his Reign.

13 And he carried out thence all the Treasures of the House of the Lord, and the Treasures of the King's House, and cut in pieces all the Vessels of Gold which Solomon King of Israel had made in the Temple of the Lord, as the Lord had Said.

14 And he carried away all the Princes, and all the mighty Men of Valour, even ten thousand Captiyes, and all the Crastsmen and Smiths: none remained save the poorest sort of the People of the Land.

15 And he carried away Jehoiachin to Babylon, his Wives, and his Officers.

16 And all the Men of Might, even seven thousand, and Crastsmen, and Smiths a thousand, all that were strong, and apt for Wa/, were brought Captive to Babylon.

17 And the King of Babylon made Mattaniah his Father's Brother King in his stead, and changed his Name to Zedekiah.

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18 Zedekiah was twenty and one Years old when he began to reign, and be reigned eleven Years in Jerusalem.

19 And he did that which was evil in the Sight of the Lord, according to all that Jehoiakim had done.

20 For through the Anger of the Lord it came to pass in Jerusalem and Judah, until he had cast them out from his Presence, that Zedekiah rebelled against the King of Babylon.


I Jerusalem is besieged. 4 Zedekiah taken, his Sons stain, and bis Eyes put out. 8 Nebuzaradan defaceth the City, carrieth the Remnant, except a few poor Labourers, into Captivity: 13 Spoileth and carriesh away the Treasures. 18 The Nobles are stain at Riblah. 22 Gedaliah, who was set over them that remained, being stain, the rest flee into Egypt. 27 Evil-merodach advanceth Jehoiachin in his Court.

Ver. 1 A ND it came to pass in the ninth Year of his Reign, XX in the tenth Day of the tenth Month, that Nebuchadnezzar came, and all his Host, against Jerusalem.

2 And the City was besieged unto the eleventh Year of King Zedekiah.

3 And on the ninth Day of the fourth Month, the Famine prevailed in the City, and there was no Bread for the People of the Land.

4 And the City was broken up, and all the Men of War fled by Night, by the Way of the Gate between two Walls which is by the King's Garden (now the Chaldees were against the City round about) and the King went away toward the Plain.

5 And the Army of the Chaldees pursued after the King, and overtook him in the Plains of Jericho: and all his Army was scattered from him.

6 So they took the King, and brought him up to the King of Babylon, to Riblah, and they gave Judgment upon him.

7 And they flew the Sons of Zedekiah before his Eyes, and put out the Eyes of Zedekiah, and bound him wish Fetters of Brass, and carried him to Babylon.

8 And in the fifth Month, on the seventh Day of the Month which is the nineteenth Year of King Nebuchadnezzar) hezzar) came Nebuzaradan, Captain of the Guard of the King of Babylon unto Jerusalem:

9 And he burnt the House of the Lord, and the King'* House, and all the Houses of Jerusalem.

10 And all the Army of the Chaldees that were with the Captain of the Guard, brake down the Walls of Jerusalem.

11 Now the rest of the People that were left in the City, and the Fugitives that sell away to the King of Babylon, with the Remnant of the Multitude, did Nebuzaradan the Captain carry away.

12 But the Captain of the Guard left of the Poor of the Land, to be Vine-dressers, and Husbandmen.

i s And the Fire-pans, and the Bowls, and such Things as were of Gold, in Gold, and of Silver, in Silver, the Captain of the Guard took away.

16 The two Pillars, one Sea, and the Bases which Solomon had made.for the House of the Lord, the Brass of all thefe Vessels was without Weight.

i8 And the Captain of the Guard took Seraiah the Chief Priest, and Zephaniah the second Priest, and the three Keepers of the Door.

19 And out of the City he took an Officer that was set over the Men of War, and five Men of them that were in the King's Prefence, which were found in the City, and the principal Scribe of the Host, which mustered the People of the Land, and threefcore Men of the People of the Land that were found in the City.

20 And Nebuzaradan Captain of the Guard took thefe and brought them to the King of Babylon, to Riblah.'

21 And the King of Babylon smote them, and slew them at Riblah in the Land of Hamath. So Judah was carried away out of their Land.

as And as for the People that remained in the Land of Judah, whom Nebuchadnezzar had left, over them he made Gedeliah Ruler.

23 And when all the Captains of the Armies, they and their Men, heard that the King of Babylon had made Gedahah Governour, there came to Gedaliah to Mizpah, even

Ishmael,. and Johanan and Seraiah and Jaazaniah, they and their Men. J

2+ And Gedaliah sware to them, and to their Men, and

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