Imágenes de páginas

of Jerusalem typified.


Her terrible punishment.

thy ride to thy side. och. 3. 25.

&c. & 44. 14.

& Hos. 9. 3.

ch. 16. 47.

e Acts 10. 14.

B.C. 595. 8° And, behold, I will lay bands 3 - Thou shalt also take thereof a B. C. 594.

upon thee, and thou shalt not turn few in number, and bind them in thy + Heb. from thee + from one side to another, till + skirts.

+ Heb. wings. thou hast ended the days of thy 4 Then take of them again, and Jer. 40.6.& siege.

cast them into the midst of the fire, i Jer. 41. 1, 2, 9 1 Take thou also unto thee wheat, and burn them in the fire ; for thereof

and barley, and beans, and lentiles, shall a fire come forth into all the 1 Or, spelt. and inillet, and I fitches, and put them house of Israel.

in one vessel, and make thee bread 5 | Thus saith the Lord God; This
thereof, according to the number of is Jerusalem: I have set it in the
the days that thou shalt lie upon thy midst of the nations and countries
side; three hundred and ninety days that are round about her.
shalt thou eat thereof.

6 And she hath changed my judg-
10 And thy meat which thou shalt ments into wickedness more than the
eat shall be by weight, twenty shekels nations, and my statutes more than
a day: from time to time shalt thou the countries that are round about
eat it.

her : for they have refused my judg-
11 Thou shalt drink also water by ments and my statutes, they have not
measure, the sixth part of a hin : from walked in them.
time to time shalt thou drink.

7 Therefore thus saith the Lord
12 And thou shalt eat it as barley God; Because ye multiplied more
cakes, and thou shalt bake it with than the nations that are round about
dung that cometh out of man, in their you, and have not walked in my stat-

utes, neither have kept my judg13 And the LORD said, Even thus ments, 5 neither have done according Jer. 2. 10, 11. shall the children of Israel eat their to the judgments of the nations that defiled bread among the Gentiles, are round about you ; whither I will drive them.

8 Therefore thus saith the Lord 14 Then said I, • Ah Lord God! God; Behold, I, even I, am against behold, my soul hath not been pol- thee, and will execute judgments in luted: for from my youth up even the midst of thee in the sight of the till now have I not eaten of 'that nations. which dieth of itself, or is torn in 9 h And I will do in thee that which h Lam. 4. 6. pieces; neither came there 6 abomi- | I have not done, and whereunto I nable flesh into my mouth.

will not do any more the like, be15 Then he said unto me, Lo, I cause of all thine abominations. have given thee cow's dung for man's 10 Therefore the fathers ishall eat i Lev. 26. 29. dung, and thou shalt prepare thy the sons in the midst of thee, and the

2 Kings 6. 29. bread therewith.

sons shall eat their fathers; and I 16 Moreover he said unto me, Son will execute judgments in thee, and of man, behold, I will break the bstaff the whole remnant of thee will I of bread in Jerusalem : and they shall scatter into all the winds.

eat bread by weight, and with care ; 11 Wherefore, as I live, saith the Teri 10. ch. and they shall k drink water by meas- Lord God; Surely, because thou hast

ure, and with astonishment: defiled my sanctuary with all thy 12 Chr. 36. 14.

17 That they may want bread and m detestable things, and with all thine
water, and be astonished one with abominations, therefore will I also
another, and consume away for their diminish thee; neither shall mine m ch. 11. 21.

eye spare, neither will I have any nch, 7. 4, 9. & CHAPTER V.

pity. Under the type of hair, are shewn the judgments of

12 T°A third part of thee shall die God upon Jerusalem for her rebellion.

with the pestilence, and with famine 594

a sharp knife, take thee a bar- of thee : and a third part shall fall • See Lev. 21. ber's razor, a and cause it to pass upon by the sword round about thee; and P Jer. 9. 16.

thine head and upon thy beard : then PI will scatter a third part into all
take thee balances to weigh, and di- the winds, and ! I will draw out a
vide the hair.

sword after them.
2 Thou shalt burn with fire a third 13 Thus shall mine anger * be ac-

part in the midst of the city, when complished, and I will cause my 4 ch. 4. 8,3.

the days of the siege are fulfilled : fury to rest upon them, 'and I will ch. 21. 17.
and thou shalt take a third part, and be comforted :'"and they shall know Deut. 32. 36.
smite about it with a knife: and a that I the Lord have spoken it in my ch. 36. 6. &
third part thou shalt scatter in the zeal, when I have accomplished my
wind; and I will draw out a sword fury in them.
after them.

(Ex. 22. 31.
Lev. 11. 40.
17. 15
< Deut. 14. 3.
Is. 65. 4.

Dan. 9. 12.
Am. 3. 2.

Deut. 28. 53

Jer. 19.9. Lam. 2, 20. & 4. 10.

Lev. 26. 26. P. 105. 16. ls. 3. 1. ch.5. 16. & 14. 13.

k ver. 12.
Lev. 26. 33.
Deut. 28. 61.
ch. 12. 14.
Zech. 2. 6.

t ver. 11.

ch. 7. 20. & 8. 5, &c. & 23. 38.

I Lev. 26. 39.
Ch 24. 2.

8. 18. & 9. 10.

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14 Moreover I will make thee

38. 19. » Lev. %. 31, 32. Neh. 2 17.

Judgments upon Israel


for their wickedness.

y Deut. 28. 37
1 Kings 9. 7.
Po. 79. 4.
Jer. 24. 9.
Lam. 2, 15.

Is. 7. 13. & 43. 24. & 10.

Num. 15. Se ch. 20. 7, 24. i Lev. 26. 58. Job 42. 6.

z ch. 25. 17.

36. 31.

b Lev. 28. 26. ch. 4. 16. &

14. 13. c Lev. 26. 22.

Deut. 32. 24. ch. 14. 21. & 33. 27. & 34. 25. d ch. 38. 22.

mch. 5. IS

a ch. 20. 46. &

21. 2. & 25. 2. b ch. 36. 1.

B. C. 594. waste, and a reproach among the na- | because I am broken with their B. C. 594.

tions that are round about thee, in the whorish heart, which hath departed
sight of all that pass by.

from me, and with their eyes, which Ps, 78. 41.
15 So it shall be a " reproach and a go a whoring after their idols : and
taunt, an instruction and an astonish- they shall loathe themselves for the
ment unto the nations that are round evils which they have committed in
about thee, when I shall execute all their abominations.
judgments in thee in anger and in 10 And they shall know that I am ch. 20. 45. &
fury and in 2 furious rebukes. I the the Lord, and that I have not said
Lord have spoken it.

in vain that I would do this evil unto
a Deut. 32. 23, 16 When I shall 4 send upon them them.

the evil arrows of famine, which shall 11 1 Thus saith the Lord God;
be for their destruction, and which I Smite k with thine hand, and stamp k ch. 21. 14.
will send to destroy you: and I will with thy foot, and say, Alas for all
increase the famine upon you, and the evil abominations of the house
will break your staff of bread: of Israel ! 'for they shall fall by the 1

Ich. 5. 12
17 So will I send upon you famine sword, by the famine, and by the
and evil beasts, and they shall be- pestilence.
reave thee; and 4 pestilence and blood 12 He that is far off shall die of the
shall pass through thee; and I will pestilence; and he that is near shall
bring the sword upon thee. I the fall by the sword; and he that re-
Lord have spoken it.

maineth and is besieged shall die by

the famine: mthus will I accomplish CHAPTER VI.

my fury upon them. Judgments upon Israel for their idolatry. 8 A rem- 13 Then" shall ye know that I am a ver. 7.

nant to be left. 11 Great calamities threatened. the LORD, when their slain men shall A Nintthe word of the Lord came be among their idols crounder about

their altars, "upon every high hill, Jer. 2 2. 2 Son of man, - set thy face toward Pin all the tops of the mountains, and P Hos. 1. 18. the mountains of Israel, and prophe- under every green tree, and under 18. 57. 5. sy against them,

every thick oak, the place where
3 And say, Ye mountains of Israel, they did offer sweet savour to all
hear the word of the Lord God; their idols.
Thus saith the Lord God to the 14 So will I 'stretch out my hand - Is. 5. 25
mountains and to the hills, to the upon them, and make the land des-
rivers and to the valleys; Behold, olate, yea, il more desolate than the 10r, der kate
I, even I, will bring a sword upon wilderness toward • Diblath, in all
you, and 'I will destroy your high their habitations : and they shall know Num. 33 €.

that I am the LORD.
4 And your altars shall be desolate,
and your Ill images shall be broken :

and I will cast down your slain men

The final desolation of Israel. 16 The mournful con. before your idols.

dition of them that escape. 20 The sanctuary to be

spoiled. 23 Under the type of a chain, is shown their 5 And I will tlay the dead carcasses

miserable oppression. idols; will bones came unto me, round about your altars.

2 Also, thou son of man, thus saith 6 In all your dwellingplaces the the Lord God unto the land of Israel ; cities shall be laid waste, and the high a An end, the end is come upon the aver. 3, 6. places shall be desolate; that your four corners of the land. altars may be laid waste and made 3 Now is the end come upon thee,

13, 14 desolate, and your idols may be bro- and I will send mine anger upon thee, ken and cease, and your images may and will judge thee according to thy rer. & 2 be cut down, and your works may be ways, and will + recompense upon + Heb. gize. abolished.

thee all thine abominations. 7 And the slain shall fall in the 4 And mine eye shall not spare e ver. 13. ch. midst of you, and ye shall know thee, neither will I have pity : but that I am the LORD.

I will recompense thy ways upon 8 T'Yet will I leave a remnant, thee, and thine abominations shall that ye may have some that shall be in the midst of thee: dand ye shall a ver. 27. ch

6. 7. & 12 20 escape the sword among the nations, know that I am the Lord. when ye shall be scattered through 5 Thus saith the Lord GOD; An the countries.

evil, an only evil, behold, is come. 9 And they that escape of you shall 6 An end is come, the end is come: remember me among the nations it + watcheth for thee; behold, it is the counter whither they shall be carried captives, I come.

from the si derness

© Lev. 26. 30.

Jer. 48. 22

| Or, sun images, and so

Ver. 6. d Lev, 26. 30. + Heb. give.

ide the children of lsrael before thees MOREOVER the wordhof the Lord

Am 8.2
Matt. 24.6

e ver. 9. che 5. 11. && 18 & 9. 10

7. 4, 9. & 11. 10, 12 & 12. 15. I Jer. 44. 28. ch. 5. 2, 12. & 12. 16. & 14. 22

The desolation of Israel.


Their oppression typified.

• ver. 10.

x ch. 14. 3, 4.

& 44. 12. y Jer. 7. 30.

1 ver. 12


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un to them an unclean thing.

ver. 4

Heb. upon ! thee.

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16. ch. 9. 9. & 11. 6.

I ver. 7.

- Jer. 6. 7.

shall inherit

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. rer. 7.

Jer. 4. 20.

Lam. 2, Q.

B. C. 594. 7. The morning is come unto thee, it is the stumblingblock of their ini- B. C. 594.

O thou that dwellest in the land : quity.

'the time is come, the day of trouble 20 [ As for the beauty of his ornaOr, echo, is near, and not the Il sounding again ment, he set it in majesty : "but they of the mountains.

made the images of their abominaZeph. 1. 14,

8 Now will I shortly spour out my tions and of their detestable things fch. ). 8, 21. fury upon thee, and accomplish mine therein : therefore have I ll set it far 10r, made it

anger upon thee: "and I will judge from them.
thee according to thy ways, and will 21 And I will give it into the hands
recompense thee for all thine abomi- of the strangers for a prey, and to the

wicked of the earth for a spoil; and
9 And 'mine eye shall not spare, they shall pollute it.
neither will I have pity : I will rec- 22 My face will I turn also from
ompense + thee according to thy ways them, and they shall pollute my secret
and thine abominations that are in place : for the il robbers shall enter | Or, burglars.
the midst of thee ; kand ye shall know into it, and defile it.
that I am the Lord that smiteth. 23 | Make a chain: for 2 the land 2 2 Kings 21.

10 Behold the day, behold, it is is full of bloody crimes, and the city
come : "the morning is gone forth; is full of violence.
the rod hath blossomed, pride hath 24 Wherefore I will bring the worst

of the heathen, and they shall possess
11 - Violence is risen up into a rod their houses : I will also make the
of wickedness : none of them shall pomp of the strong to cease; and
remain, nor of their multitude, nor il their holy places shall be defiled. 1 Or, they
of any of theirs : "neither shall there 25 + Destruction cometh ; and they

their holy be wailing for them.

shall seek peace, and there shall be Jer. 16. 5,6. 12°The time is come, the day draw- none.

† Heb. Cut

ting off en 24. 16, 22. eth near: let not the buyer rejoice, 26 - Mischief shall come upon mis- a Deut. 32. 23.

nor the seller mourn: for wrath is chief, and rumour shall be upon ru-
upon all the multitude thereof. mour ; then shall they seek a vision Ps. 74. 9.
13 For the seller shall not return to of the prophet; but the law shall

ch. 20. 1, 3. • Heb though that which is sold, although they perish from the priest, and counsel

were yet alive : for the vision is touch- from the ancients.
ing the whole multitude thereof, which 27 The king shall mourn, and the
shall not return; neither shall any prince shall be clothed with deso-
strengthen himself l in the iniquity lation, and the hands of the people
of his life.

of the land shall be troubled : I will 14 They have blown the trumpet, do unto them after their way, and quity, even to make all ready; but none taccording to their deserts will I judge + lleb, with

their judg. goeth to the battle : for my wrath is them; and they shall know that I

upon all the multitude thereof. am the Lord.
Deut. 32. 25. 15 P The sword is without, and the
pestilence and the famine within :

he that is in the field shall die with The prophet in a vision beholdeth the image of jealou-
the sword; and he that is in the city, sy in the temple ; 7 also the elders sacrificing in the

chamber of imagery, 13 women werping for Tam-
famine and pestilence shall devour

muz, 15 and men torshipping the run.

wrath for their idolatry.
16 [ But they that escape of them
shall escape, and shall be on the year, in the sixth month, in the
mountains like doves of the valleys, fifth day of the month, as I sat in

all of them mourning, every one for mine house, and a the elders of Judah a ch. 14. 1. & Pls. 13. 7. his iniquity.

sat before me, that b the hand of the 20. 1. & 33. 17 All 'hands shall be feeble, and Lord God fell there upon me. + Heb.go into all knees shall be weak as water. 2 ° Then I beheld, and lo a likeness

c ch. 1. 6, 7. 18 They shall also 'gird themselves as the appearance of fire : from the with sackcloth, and 'horror shall appearance of his loins even downcover them; and shame shall be upon ward, fire; and from his loins even all faces, and baldness upon all their upward, as the appearance of brightheads.

ness, das the colour of amber. 19 They shall cast their silver in 3 And he put forth the form of a • Dan, 5, 5. Zeph. 1. 18.

the streets, and their gold shall be hand, and took me by a lock of mine

+ removed : their "silver and their gold head; and 'the spirit lifted me up "ch. 3. 14. of, unclein

shall not be able to deliver them in between the earth and the heaven, | Or, because the day of the wrath of the LORD: and brought me in the visions of ch. 11. 1, 24. in their time they shall not satisfy their souls, God to Jerusalem, to the door of the bheryl Lack. neither fill their bowels : Il because inner gate that looketh toward the

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The idolatry in Jerusalem.


The godly to be preserved.


21. k ch. 1. 8, & 3. 22, 23.

to commit?

28. Jer. 44 17.

16. 42. & 21. 13.


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is turned

B. C. 594. north ; "where was the seat of the temple of the Lord, and their faces B. C. 504.

image of jealousy, which provoketh toward the east; and they worshiph Jer. 7. 30. & to jealousy.

ped P the sun toward the east. 32. 34. ch. 5.

4 And, behold, the glory of the God 17 | Then he said unto me, Hast i Deut. 32. 16, of Israel was there, according to the thou seen this, O son of man? Is it 1 Or, Is there

any thing vision that I * saw in the plain. a light thing to the house of Judah

lighter thra 5 | Then said he unto me, Son of that they commit the abominations

D Dent. 4. 19. man, lift up thine eyes now the way which they commit here? for they

2 Kings 2

5, 11. JobSI. toward the north. So I lifted up have filled the land with violence, mine eyes the way toward the north, and have returned to provoke me to and behold northward at the gate of anger: and, lo, they put the branch 4 ch. 9. 9. the altar this image of jealousy in the to their nose. entry.

18. Therefore will I also deal in rch. 3. 13, & 6 He said furthermore unto me, Son fury : mine 'eye shall not spare, neiof man, seest thou what they do? ther will I have pity: and though ich, 5. 11. &

7. 4, 9. & 9.5, even the great abominations that the they 'cry in mine ears with a loud house of Israel committeth here, that voice, yet will I not hear them. t Prov. 1. 28. I should go far off from my sanc


Jer. 11. 11. & tuary? but turn thee yet again, and thou shalt see greater abominations.

A rision typifying the preservation of some of the peo 3. 4. Zech. 7.

ple, 5 and the destruction of the rest. 8 God will 7 | And he brought me to the door not be entreated for them.

E cried also

about 501.
behold a hole in the wall.
8 Then said he unto me, Son of man, that have charge over the city to draw
dig now in the wall: and when I had near, even every man with his de-
digged in the wall, behold a door. stroying weapon in his hand.

9 And he said unto me, Go in, and 2 And, behold, six men came from
behold the wicked abominations that the way of the higher gate, + which + Heb. skich
they do here.

lieth toward the north, and every
10 So I went in and saw; and be- man ta slaughter weapon in his hand; + Heb. a

1001ps of hold every form of creeping things, a and one man among them was cloth- his breaking and abominable beasts, and all the ed with linen, with a writer's inkhorn in pieces. idols of the house of Israel, portray- + by his side: and they went in, and + Heb. repos ed upon the wall round about. stood beside the brazen altar.

a Lev. 16.4 11 And there stood before them 3 And the glory of the God of Isseventy men of the ancients of the rael was gone up from the cherub, house of Israel, and in the midst of whereupon he was, to the threshold them stood Jaazaniah the son of Sha- of the house. And he called to the phan, with every man his censer in man clothed with linen, which had his hand; and a thick cloud of in- the writer's inkhorn by his side ; cense went up:

4 And the Lord said unto him, Go 12 Then said he unto me, Son of through the midst of the city, through man, hast thou seen what the ancients the midst of Jerusalem, and t set ca + Heb sark of the house of Israel do in the dark, mark upon the foreheads of the men

a mark. Tada every man in the chambers of his that sigh and that cry for all the imagery? for they say, "The Lord abominations that be done in the

9. 4. & 13 16, seeth us not; the Lord hath forsaken midst thereof. the earth.

5 | And to the others he said in 13 | He said also unto me, Turn + mine hearing, Go ye after him + Heb sise thee yet again, and thou shalt see through the city, and smite : « let not greater abominations that they do. your eye spare, neither have ye pity :

14 Then he brought me to the door 6' Slay + utterly old and young, both + Heh, do of the gate of the Lord's house which maids, and little children, and wo

d Pa. 119.5 was toward the north ; and, behold, men : but come not near any man 156. Jer, 18 there' sat women weeping for Tam- upon whom is the mark; and begin

at my sanctuary. Then they began 15 | Then said he unto me, Hast at the ancient men which were before thou seen this, 0 son of man? turn the house.

& Rev. 9. 4. thee yet again, and thou shalt see 7 And he said unto them, Defile the Jer. 25. 22. greater abominations than these. house, and fill the courts with the

ich. &. 11, 12, 16 And he brought me into the in- slain : go ye forth. And they went ner court of the Lord's house, and, forth, and slew in the city.

behold, at the door of the temple of 8 | And it came to pass, while they m Joel 2. 17.

the Lord, "between the porch and were slaying them, and I was left, Num. 14.5. nch. 11. 1. the altar," were about five and twenty that I fell upon my face, and cried,

145. Josti. 7.6 men, with their backs toward the and said, 'Ah Lord God! wilt thou 'Ich. 11. 11

his loirs.

ch. 10. 2, 6, 7. Rev. 15. 6. b See eh. S.

10. 4, 18. & 11. 22, 2

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The vision of coals of fire.


The vision of the cherubim.

1 ch. 1. 16.

la. 29. 15.

ed the word.

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B. C. destroy all the residue of Israel in four wheels by the cherubim, one B. C. 594. about 594. thy pouring out of thy fury upon Je- wheel by one cherub, and another rusalem?

wheel by another cherub: and the 9 Then said he unto me, 'The iniqui- appearance of the wheels was as the

ty of the house of Israel and Judah colour of a ' beryl stone. m 2 Kings 21. 16 c.8. 7. is exceeding great, and m the land is 10 And as for their appearances,

Heb. Alied + full of blood, and the city full of they four had one likeness, as if a 1 Or, køresting

perverseness : for they say, "The wheel had been in the midst of a of judgment | LORD hath forsaken the earth, and wheel. uch. 3. 12, o the Lord seeth not.

11 - When they went, they went mch. 1. 17. • Pe 10.11.

10 And as for me also, mine Peye upon their four sides ; they turned
ch. 5. 11. & shall not spare, neither will I have not as they went, but to the place
7. 4. &&. 18.
ch. 11. 21.

pity, but "I will recompense their whither the head looked they followed
way upon their head.

it; they turned not as they went.
11 And, behold, the man clothed 12 And their whole + body, and their + Heb. flesh,

with linen, which had the inkhorn by backs, and their hands, and their + Heb. return his side, t reported the matter, saying, wings, and " the wheels, were full of - ch. 1. 18.

I have done as thou hast commanded eyes round about, even the wheels

that they four had.
13 As for the wheels, it was cried Or, they

were called in The vision of the coale of fire, to be scattered over the unto them in my hearing, 0 wheel.

my hearing, city. 8 The vision of the cherubim. 14 °And every one had four faces :

cheel, or,

galgal. WHEN I looked, and, behold, in the the first face was the face of a cherub,

0 ch. 1. 6, 10. head of the cherubim there appeared a man, and the third the face of a over them as it were a sapphire stone, lion, and the fourth the face of an as the appearance of the likeness of a eagle. throne.

15 And the cherubim were lifted up. ch. 9. 2, 3. 2 And he spake unto the man This is P the living creature that I saw

clothed with linen, and said, Go in by the river of Chebar.

between the wheels, even under the 16 4 And when the cherubim went, q ch. 1. 19. Heb. the hole cherub, and fill + thine hand with the wheels went by them: and when

coals of fire from between the cher- the cherubim lifted up their wings
. ch. 1. 13. ubim, and scatter them over the to mount up from the earth, the same
See Rev. 8. city. And he went in in my sight. wheels also turned not from beside

3 Now the cherubim stood on the them.
right side of the house, when the 17 When they stood, these stood ; r ch, 1. 12, 20,
man went in; and the cloud filled and when they were lifted up, these
the inner court.

lifted up themselves also: for the 4. Then the glory of the Lord spirit of the living creature was in 10r, of life. . Heb. was

twent up from the cherub, and stood them. lifted up.

over the threshold of the house ; and 18 Then the glory of the LORD - ver. 4. 11 Kings 8. 'the house was filled with the cloud, departed from off the threshold of Hos. 9. 12.

and the court was full of the bright- the house, and stood over the cher-
ness of the Lord's glory.

5 And the sound of the cherubim's 19 And "the cherubim lifted up u ch. 11. 22.

wings was heard even to the outer their wings, and mounted up from Ps. 23.3, &c. court, as - the voice of the Almighty the earth in my sight: when they God when he speaketh.

went out, the wheels also were beside 6 And it came to pass, that when them, and every one stood at the door he had commanded the man clothed of the east gate of the Lord's house ; with linen, saying, Take fire from and the glory of the God of Israel between the wheels, from between was over them above. the cherubim ; then he went in, and 20 * This is the living creature that I ch. 1. 22. stood beside the wheels.

I saw under the God of Israel y by 7 And one cherub t stretched forth the river of Chebar; and I knew that forth

his hand from between the cherubim they were the cherubim.
unto the fire that was between the 21 ? Every one had four faces apiece, 2 ch. 1. 6.
cherubim, and took thereof, and put and every one four wings; and the

a ch. 1. 8.
it into the hands of him that was likeness of the hands of a man was
clothed with linen ; who took it, and under their wings.
went out.

22 And the likeness of their faces 0 ch. 1. 10. 8 | And there appeared in the was the same faces which I saw by cherubim the form of a man's hand the river of Chebar, their appearances under their wings.

and themselves : ' they went every ch. 1. 12 ich 1. 15. 9 * And when I looked, behold the one straight forward.



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