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Chapter 33

      Moreover the word of the Lord came unto Jeremy on this manner, when he was yet bound in the court of the prison: Thus saith the Lord, which fullfilleth the thing that he speaketh, the Lord which performeth the thing that he taketh in hand: even he, whose name is the Lord: thou hast cried unto me, and I have hear thee: I have showed great and high things, which were unknown to you.
      Thus ( I say ) spake the Lord God of Israel, concerning the houses of this city, and the houses of the kings of Judah: that they shall be broken through the ordinance and weapons, when the Caldees come to besiege them: and they shall be filled with the dead carcasses of men, whom I will slay in my wrath and displeasure: when I turn my face from this city, because of all her wickedness. Behold, ( sayeth the Lord ) I will heal their wounds and make them whole: I will open them the treasure of peace and truth.
      And I will return the captivity of Judah and Israel: and will set them up again as they were afore. From all misdeeds ( wherein they have offended against me ) I will cleanse them: And all their blasphemes which they have done against me, when they regarded me not, I will forgive them.
      And this shall get me a name, and praise and honor, among all the people of the earth, which shall hear all the good, that I will show unto them: Yee they shall be afraid and astonished at all the good deeds and benefits, that I will do for them. Moreover thus saith the Lord: In this place, whereof ye say that it shall be a wilderness, wherein neither people ner cattle shall dwell: in like manner the cities of Judah and without Jerusalem ( which also shall be so void, that neither people ner cattle shall dwell there ) Shall the voice of gladness be heard again, the voice of the Bridegroom and of the bride, the voice of them that shall sing: Praise the Lord of Hosts, for he is loving and his mercy endureth for ever, and the voice of them that shall offer up gifts in the house of the Lord. For I will restore the captivity of the land, as it was afore, saith the Lord. Thus saith the Lord of Hosts: It shall come yet there to, that in this land, which is void from men and cattle, and in all the cities of the land, there shall be set up shepherds cottages: in the cities upon the mountains: and in the cities that lay upon the plain, and in the desert.
      In the land of Ben Jamin, in the fields of Jerusalem, and in the cities of Judah shall the sheep be numbered again, under the hand of him, that telleth them, sayeth the Lord. Behold, the time cometh, saith the Lord, that I will perform the good thing, which I have promised unto the house of Israel and to the house of Judah. In those days, and at that same time, I will bring forth unto David the branch of righteousness, and he shall do equity and righteousness in the land. In those days shall Judah be helped, and Jerusalem shall dwell safe, **and he that shall call her is even God our righteousness maker. For thus the Lord promiseth: David shall never want one, to sit upon the stool of the house of Israel: neither shall the priests the Levites want one to offer always before me burnt offerings, to kindle the meat offerings, and to prepare the sacrifices.
      And the word of the Lord came unto Jeremy after this manner: Thus saith the Lord: May the covenant which I have made with day and night be broken, that there should not be day and night in due season? Then may my covenant also be broken, which I made with David my servant, and so he not to have a son to reign in his Throne. So shall also the priests and Levites never fail, but serve me. For as the stars of heaven may not be numbered, neither the sand of the sea measured: so will I multiply the seed of David my servant, and of the Levites my ministers.
      Moreover, the word of the Lord came to Jeremy, saying, Considerest thou not what this people speaketh? Two kindreds ( say they ) had the Lord chosen, and those same two hath he cast away. For so far as my people come, that they have no hope to come together any more, and to be one people again. Therefore thus saith the Lord: If I have made no covenant with day and night, and given no statute unto heaven and earth: then will I also cast away the seed of David my servant: so that I will take no prince out of his seed, to rule the prosperity of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. But I will turn again their captivity, and be merciful unto them.


**(kjv and other bibles of man = and this is the name wherewith she shall be called, The Lord our righteousness.)




Chapter 34

      These are the words which the Lord spake unto Jeremy, what time as Nabuchodonosor the king of Babylon, and all his Hosts ( out of all the kingdoms that were under his power ) and all his people, fought against Jerusalem, and all the cities thereof. Thus saith the Lord God of Israel: Go, and speak to Zedekiah king of Judah, and tell him: The Lord sendeth this word: Behold, I deliver this city in to the hand of the king of Babylon, he shall burn it, and thou shalt not escape his hands, but shalt be led away prisoner, and delivered into his power. Thou shall look the king of Babylon in the face and he shall speak with thee mouth to mouth, and then shalt thou go to Babylon. Yet hear the word of the Lord, O Zedekiah thou King of Judah: Thus saith the Lord unto thee: Thou shalt not be slain with the sword, but shalt die in peace. Like as thy forefathers the kings, thy progenitors, were brent: so shalt thou be *brent also, and in the mourning they shall say: Oh Lord. For thus have I determined, sayeth the Lord.
      Then spake Jeremy the prophet all these words unto *Sedekiah king of Judah in Jerusalem: what time as the king of Babylons host besieged Jerusalem, and the remnant of the cities: Namely, Lachis and against Azecah, which yet remained of the strong defended cities of Judah.
These are the words that the Lord spake unto Jeremy the prophet, when Sedekiah was agreed with all the people at Jerusalem, that there should be proclaimed a liberty: so that every man should let his servant and handmaid go free, Hebrue and Hebruess, and no Jew to hold his brother as a bond man. Now as they had consented, even so were they obedient, and let them go free. But afterward they repented, and took again the servants and the hand maidens, whom they had let go free, and so made them bond again.
      For the which cause the word of God came unto Jeremy from the Lord himself, saying: Thus saith the Lord God of Israel: I made a covenant with your fathers, when I brought them out of Egypt, ( that they should no more be bondmen ) saying: When seven years are out, every man shall let his bought servant an Hebrue go free, if he have served him six years. But your fathers obeyed me not and hearkened not unto me. As for you, ye were now turned, and did right before me, in that ye proclaimed, every man to let his neighbor go free, and in that ye made a covenant before me, in the temple that beareth my name: But yet ye have turned yourselves again, and blasphemed my name: In this, that every man hath required his servant and handmaid again, whom ye had let go quit and free, and compelled them to serve you again, and to be your bond men. And therefore thus saith the Lord: Ye have not obeyed me, every man to proclaim freedom unto his brother and neighbor: wherefore, I will call you unto a freedom, saith the Lord: even unto the sword, to the pestilence, and to hunger, and will make you to be plagued in all the Kingdoms of the earth. Yee those men that have broken my covenant, and have not kept the words of the appointment, which they had made before me: when they hewed the calf in two, and when there went through the two halves thereof: The Princes of Judah, the Princes of Jerusalem, the gelded men, the Priests and all the people of the land, which went through the two sides of the calf. Those men will i give into the power of their enemies, and in to the hands of them that follow upon their lives.
      And their dead bodies shall be for meat unto the fowls of the air, and the beasts of the field. As for Zedekiah the King of Judah and his princes, I will deliver them into the power of their enemies, and of them that desire to slay them, and into the hand of the King of Babylons host, which is now departed from you. But through my commandment ( saith the Lord ) they shall come again before this city, they shall fight against it, win it, and burn it. Moreover I will lay the cities of Judah so waste, that no man shall dwell therin.


*brent (burnt). * spelling here is with an S




Chapter 35

      The words which the Lord spake unto Jeremy, in the reign of Jehoakim the son of Josiah King of Judah, are these: Go unto the house of the Rechabites, and call them out, and bring them to the house of the Lord in to some commodious place, and give them wine to drink. Then I took I Jazaniah the son of Jeremy the son of Habaziniah, and his brethren and all his sons, and the whole household of the Rechabites: and brought them to the house of the Lord, in to the closet of the children of Hanan the son of Iegedaliah the man of God: which was by the closet of the Princes, that is above the closet of Maasiah the son of Selum, which is the chief of the treasury. And before the sons of the kindred of the Rechabites, I set pots full of wine, and cups, and said unto them: Drink wine. But they said: We drink no wine, for Jonadab the son of Rechab our father commanded us, saying: Ye and your sons shall never drink wine, build no houses, sow not seed, plant no vines, yee ye shall have no vineyards: but for all your time ye shall dwell in tents, that ye may live long in the land where ye be strangers.
      Thus have we obeyed the commandment of Jonadab the son of Rechab our father, in all that he hath charged us, and so we drink no wine all our live long: we, nor our wives, our sons, and our daughters. Neither build we any house to dwell therin, we have also among us neither vineyards, ner corn land to sow: but we dwell in tents, we obey, and do according unto all, that Jonadab our father commanded us.
      But now that Nabuchodonosor the king of Babylon came up into the land, we said come, let us go to Jerusalem, that we may escape the host of the Caldees and the Assyrians: and so we dwell now at Jerusalem. Then came the word of the Lord unto Jeremy saying: Thus saith the Lord of hosts the God of Israel: Go and tell whole Judah and all the inhabitantors of Jerusalem: Will ye not be reformed, to obey my words? saith the Lord. The words which Jonadab the son of Rechab commanded his sons, that they should drink no wine, are fast and surely kept: for unto this day they drink no wine but obey their fathers commandment. But as for me, I have stand up early, I have spoken unto you, and given you earnest warning: and yet have ye not been obedient unto me. Yee I have sent my servants, all the prophets unto you, I rose up early, and sent you word, saying: O turn you, every man from his wicked way: amend your lives, and go not after strange gods, to worship them: that ye may continue in the land, which I have given unto you and your fathers, but ye would neither hear me, ner follow me.
      The children of Jonadab Rachabs son have steadfastly kept their fathers commandment, that he gave them, but this people is not obedient unto me. And therefore thus saith the Lord of hosts the God of Israel: Behold, I will bring upon Judah and upon everyone that dwelleth in Jerusalem, all the trouble that I have devised against them. For I have spoken unto them, but they would not follow: I have called unto them, nevertheless they would give me no answer. Jeremy also spake unto the household of the Rechabites: Thus saith the Lord of Hosts the God of Israel: For so much as ye have obeyed the commandment of Jonadab your father, and kept all his precepts, and done according unto all that he hath bidden you: Therefore thus saith the Lord of Hosts, the God of Israel: Jonadab the son of Rechab shall not fail, but have one of his stock, to stand alway before me.




Chapter 36

      In the fourth year of Jehoakim the son of Josiah King of Judah, came the word of the Lord unto Jeremy, saying: Take a book, and write therein all the words, that I have spoken to thee, to Israel, to Judah, and to all the people, from the time that I began for to speak unto thee ( in the reign of Josiah ) unto this day. That when the house of Judah heareth of the plague, which I have devised for them, they may peradventure turn, every man from his wicked way, that I may forgive their offenses and sins.
      Then Jeremy did Jeremy call Baruch the son of Neriah, and Baruch wrote in the book from the mouth of Jeremy, all the words of the Lord, which he had spoken unto him. And Jeremy commanded Baruch, saying: I am in prison, so that I may not come into the house of the Lord: therefore go thou thither, and read the book, that thou hast written at my mouth: Namely, the words of the Lord, and read them in the Lords house upon the fasting day: that the people, whole Judah, and all they that come out of the cities, may hear. Peradventure they will pray meekly before the face of Lord, and turn every one from his wicked way. For great is the wrath and displeasure, that the Lord hath taken against this people.
      So Baruch the son of Neriah did, according unto all that Jeremy the Prophet commanded him, reading the words of the Lord out of the book in the Lords house. And this was done in the fifth year of Jehoakim the son of Josiah King of Judah, in the ninth month when it was commanded, that all the people of Jerusalem should fast before the Lord, and they also that were come from the cities of Judah unto Jerusalem.
      Then read Baruch the words of Jeremy out of the book in the house of the Lord, out of the treasury of Gamariah the son of Saphan the Scribe, which is beside the higher loft of the new door of the Lords house: that all the people might hear. Now when Micheah the son of Gamariah the son of Saphan had heard all the words of the Lord out of the book, he went down to the Kings palace into the Scribes chamber, for there the Princes were set: Elisama the Scribe, Dalaiah the son of Semei, Elnathan the son of Acabor, Gamariah the son of Saphan, Zedekiah the son of Hananiah, with all the Princes. And Micheah told them all the words, that he heard Baruch read out of the book before the people.
      Then all the Princes sent Jehudi the son of Nathaniah, the son of Selamiah, the son of Chusi, unto Baruch, saying: Take in thine hand the book, whereout thou hast read before all the people, and come. So Baruch the son of Neriah took the book in his hand, and came unto them. And they said unto him: Sit down, and read the book that we may hear also. So Baruch read, that they might hear. Now when they had heard all the words, they were abashed one upon another, and said unto Baruch: We will certify the king of all these words. And they examined Baruch, saying: Tell us, how didst thou write all these words out of his mouth? Then Baruch answered them: He spake all these words unto me with his mouth, and I alone was with him, and wrote them in the book.
      Then said the Princes unto Baruch: Go thy way, and hide with Jeremy, so that no man know where ye be. And they went in to the King to the court. but they kept the book in the chamber of Elisama the Scribe, and told the King all the words that he might hear. So the King sent Jehudi to fetch the book him the book, which he brought out of Elisama the Scribes chamber. And Jehudi read it, that the King and all the Princes, which were about him might hear. Now the King sat in the winter house, for it was in the ninth Month, and there was a good fire before him. And when Jehudi had read three or four leaves thereof, he cut the book in pieces with a pen knife, and cast it into the fire upon the hearth, until the book was all burnt in the fire upon the hearth.
      Yet no man was abashed thereof, or rent his clothes: neither the King himself, ner his servants, though they heard all these words. Nevertheless Elnathan, Dalaiah, and Gamariah besought the King, that he would not burn the book: notwithstanding the King would not hear them, but commanded Jerahmeel the son of Amalech, and Saraiah the son of Ezriel and Selamiah the son of Abdiel, to lay hands on Baruch the Scribe, and upon Jeremy the Prophet: but the Lord kept them out of sight. Now after that the king had burnt the book, and the sermons which Baruch wrote at the mouth of Jeremy: The word of the Lord came unto Jeremy, saying: Take another book, and write in it all the afore said sermons: that were written in the first book, which Jehoakim the King of Judah hath burnt.
      And tell Jehoakim King of Judah: Thus saith the Lord: Thou hast burnt the book, and thou thoughtest within thyself: Why hast thou written therein, that the King of Babylon shall come, and make this land waste, so that he shall make both people and cattle to be out of it? Therefore thus the Lord sayeth of Jehoakim king of Judah: There shall none of his generation sit upon the throne of David. His dead *corse shall be cast out, that the heat of the day, and the frost of the night may come upon him. And I will visit the wickedness of him, of his seed, and of his servants. Moreover all the evil that I have promised them ( though they heard me not) will I bring upon them, upon the inhabitors of Jerusalem, and upon all Judah. Then took Jeremy another book, and gave it Baruch the Scribe, the son of Neriah, which wrote therin out of the mouth of Jeremy: all the sermons that were in the first book, which Jehoakim King of Judah did burn. And there were added unto them many more sermons, then before.


*corse (corpse)




Chapter 37

      Zedekiah the son of Josiah, which was the made king through Nabuchodonosor King of Babylon, reigned in the land of Juda, in the stead of Cononiah the son of Jehoakim. But neither he, ner his servants, ner the people in the land would obey the words of the Lord, which he spake by the Prophet Jeremy. Nevertheless Zedekiah the King sent Jehucal the son of Selamiah and Sophoniah the son of Maasiah the Priest to the Prophet Jeremy, saying: O pray thou unto the Lord our God for us. Now Jeremy walked free among the people at that time, and was not put in prison as yet. Pharaohs host also was come out of Egypt: which when the Caldees that besieged Jerusalem perceived, they departed from thence.
      Then came the word of the Lord unto the Jeremy the Prophet, saying: Thus saith the Lord God of Israel, This answer shall ye give to the King of Judah, that sent you unto me for counsel: Behold, Pharaohs host which is come forth to help you, shall return to Egypt in to his own land: but the Caldees shall come again, and fight against this city, win it, and set fire upon it. For thus saith the Lord: Deceive not your own minds, thinking on this manner: Tush, the Caldees go now their way from us: No, they shall not go their way. For though ye had slain the whole host of the Caldees, that besiege you, and every one of the slain lay in his tent, yet should they stand up, and set fire upon this city. Now when the Host of the Caldees was broken up from Jerusalem for fear of the Egyptians army, Jeremy went out of Jerusalem toward land of Ben Jamin, to do certain business there among the people. And when he came under Ben Jamins port, there was a porter, called Jeriah, the son of Selemiah, the son of Hananiah, which fell upon him, and took him, saying: Thy mind is run to the Caldees. Then said Jeremy: It is not so, I go not to the Caldees. Nevertheless Jeriah would not believe him, but brought Jeremy bound before the Princes. Wherefore the Princes were angry with Jeremy, causing him to be beaten, and to be layed in prison in the house of Jonathas the scribe. For he was the ruler of the prison. Thus was Jeremy put into the dungeon and prison, and so lay there a long time. Then Zedekiah the king sent for him and called him, and asked him quietly in his own house, saying: thinkest thou this business ( that now is in hand ) cometh of the Lord? Jeremy answered: yee that it doth: and thou ( said he ) shalt be delivered in to the king of Babylons power.
      Moreover, Jeremy said unto King Zedekiah: What have I offended against thee, against thy servants or against this people, that ye have caused me to be put in prison? Where are your prophets which have prophesied unto you, and said, that the King of Babylon should not come against you and this land? And therefore hear now, O my Lord the King: let my prayer be accepted before thee, and send me no more into the house of Jonathas the Scribe, that I die not there. Then Zedekiah the King commanded to put Jeremy in the fore entry of the prison, and daily to be given him a cake of bread, and else no *dighty meat, until all the bread in the city was eaten up. Thus Jeremy remained in the fore entry of the prison.


*dighty (boiled/dressed)




Chapter 38

      Saphatiah the son of Mathan, Godoliah the son of Phashur, and Jucal the son of Selemiah, and Phashur the son of Melchiah, perceived the words, that Jeremy had spoken unto all the people, namely on this manner: Thus saith the Lord: Who so remaineth in this city, shall perish, either with the sword, with hunger or with pestilence: But who so falleth unto the Caldees, shall escape, winning his soul for a pray, and shall live. For thus saith the Lord. This city ( no doubt ) must be delivered into the power of the King of Babylon, and he also shall win it. Then said the Princes unto the King: Sir, we beseech you let this man be put to death, For thus he discourageth the hands of the soldiers that be in this city, and the hands of all the people, when he speaketh such words unto them. This man verily laboreth not for peace of the people, but mischief. Zedekiah the King answered and said: Lo, he is in your hands, for the King may deny you no thing. Then took they Jeremy, and cast him into the dungeon of Melchiah the son of Hamelech, that dwell in the fore entry of the prison. And they let down Jeremy with cords into a dungeon, where there was no water, but mire. So Jeremy *stack fast in the mire. Now when Abedmelech the Morian being a chamberlain in the Kings court, understood, that they had cast Jeremy in to the dungeon: he went out of the Kings house, and spake to the king, ( which then sat under the port of Ben Jamin ) these words: My Lord the king, where as these men meddle with Jeremy the prophet, they do him wrong: Namely, in that they have put him in prison, there to die of hunger for there is no more bread in the city. Then the King commanded Abedmelech the Morain and said: Take from hence thirty men whom thou wilt, and draw up Jeremy the prophet out of the dungeon, before he die. So Abedmelech took the men with him, and went to the house of Amalech, and there under an *almery he gat old rags and worn clothes, and let them down by a cord, into the dungeon to Jeremy.
      And Abedmelech the Morain said unto the prophet Jeremy: O put these rags and clothes under thine arm holes, between them and the cords: And Jeremy did so. So they drew up Jeremy with cords and took him out of the dungeon, and he remained in the fore entry of the prison. Then Zedekiah the King sent and caused Jeremy the prophet to be called unto him, into the third entry, that was by the house of the Lord. And the King said unto Jeremy: I will ask thee somewhat but hide nothing from me. Then Jeremy answered Zedekiah: If I be plain unto thee, thou wilt cause me suffer death: If I give thee counsel, thou wilt not follow me. So the king swore an oath secretly unto Jeremy, saying: As truly as the Lord liveth, that made us these souls, I will not slay thee, ner give thee in to the hands of them that seek after thy life.
      Then said Jeremy unto Zedekiah: Thus saith the Lord of hosts the God of Israel: If cause be, that thou wilt go forth unto the king of Babylons princes, thou shalt save thy life, and this city shall not be burnt, yee both you and thy household shall escape with your lives. But if thou wilt not go forth to the king of Babylons princes, then shall this city be delivered into the hands of the Caldees which shall set fire upon it, and thou shalt not be able to escape them. And Zedekiah said unto Jeremy: I am afraid for the Jews, that are fled unto the Caldees, lest I come in their hands, and so they to have me in derision.
      But Jeremy answered: No, they shall not betray thee: O hearken unto the voice of the Lord ( I beseech thee ) which I speak unto thee, so shall thou be well, and save thy life. But if thou wilt not go forth, that the Lord hath told me this plainly: Behold, all the women that are left in the King of Judahs house, shall go to the King of Babylons Princes. For they think, that thou art deceived: and that the men in whom thou didest put thy trust, have gotten thee under, and set thy feet fast in the mire, and gone their way from thee. Therefore all thy wives with their children shall flee unto the Caldees, and thou shalt not escape their hands, but shalt be the King of Babylons prisoner, and this city shall be burnt. Then said Zedekiah unto Jeremy: Look that no body know of these words, and thou shalt not die. But if the Princes perceive, that I have talked with thee, and come unto thee, saying: O speak, what said the King to thee? hide it not from us, and we will not put thee to death. Tell us ( we pray thee ) what said the king to thee? See that thou give them this answer: I have humbly be sought the king, that he will let me lay no more in Jehonathans house, that I die not there. Then came all the Princes unto Jeremy, and asked him, And he told them, after the manner that the king had bad him. Then they held their peace, for they perceived nothing. So Jeremy abode still in the fore entry of the prison, until the day that Jerusalem was won.


*stack (stuck) *almery (place of tools)




Chapter 39

      Now when the city of Jerusalem was taken (for in the ninth year of Zedekiah King of Judah, in the tenth Month, came Nabuchodonosor King of Babylon and all his Host, and besieged Jerusalem. And in the eleventh year of Zedekiah in the fourth Month the ninth day of that Month, he brake in to the city) Then all the Princes of the King of Babylon, came in, and sat down under the port: Nerergel, Sarezer, Samegarnabo, Sarsechim, Rabsaris, Nergel, Sarezer, Rabmag, with all the other Princes of the King of Babylon. And when Zedekiah the King of Judah with his soldiers saw them, they fled, and departed out of the city by night through the Kings garden, and through the port that is between the two walls, and so they went toward the wilderness.
      But the Caldees Host followed fast after them, took Zedekiah in the field of Jericho, and brought him prisoner to Nabuchodonosor the King of Babylon unto Reblath, that lieth in the land of Hemath where he gave judgment upon him. So the King of Babylon caused the children of Zedekiah and all the nobles of Judah be slain, before his face at Reblah. And made Zedekiahs eyes to be put out, and bound him with chains, and sent him to Babylon.
      Moreover, the Caldees burnt up the Kings palace, with the other houses of the people, and brake down the walls of Jerusalem. As for the remnant of the people that were in the city, and such as were come to help them (whatsoever was left of that common fort) Nabuzaradan the chief captain carried them to Babylon. But Nabuzaradan the chief captain let the rascall people ( and those that had nothing ) dwell still in the land of Judah, and gave them vineyards and corn fields at the same time. Nabuchodonosor also the King of Babylon gave Nabuzaradan the chief captain a charge, concerning Jeremy, saying: Take and cherish him, and make much of him: see thou do him no harm, but entreat him after his own desire.
      So Nabuzaradan the chief captain, and Nabusasban the chief chamberlain, Nergalsarezer the treasurer and all the King of Babylons lords, sent for Jeremy, and caused him be set out of the fore entry of the prison, and committed him unto Godoliah the son of Ahikam the son of Saphan: that he should carry him home, and so he dwelt among the people. Now while Jeremy lay yet bound in the fore entry of the prison, the word of the Lord came unto him, Go and tell Abedmelech the Morain: Thus saith the Lord of Hosts the God of Israel: Behold, the cruel and sharp plague that i have devised for this city, will I bring upon them, that thou shalt see it: but I will deliver thee (saith the Lord ) and thou shalt not come in the hands of those men, whom thou fearest. For doubtless I will save thee, so that thou shalt not perish with the sword: but thy life shall be saved, and that because thou hast put thy trust in me, saith the Lord.


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