Zechariah 14:4–11

And his feet shall stand hin that day upon ithe mount of Olives,

Which is before Jerusalem on the east,

And the mount of Olives shall cleave in the midst thereof toward the east and toward the west,

And there shall be ka very great valley;

And half of the mountain shall lremove toward the north,

And half of it toward the south.

And ye shall flee to the valley of ||the mountains;

||For kthe valley of the mountains shall reach unto Azal:

Yea, ye shall flee, like as ye fled from before mthe earthquake

*In the days of Uzziah king of Judah:

And nothe Lord my God shall come,

And opall the saints with thee.

And it shall come to pass hin that day,

||That the light shall not be clear, nor dark:

But ||it shall be qone day rwhich shall be known to the Lord,

Not day, nor night:

But it shall come to pass, that sat evening time it shall be light.

And it shall be hin that day,

That tliving waters shall go out from Jerusalem;

Half of them toward uthe ||former sea,

And half of them toward uthe hinder sea:

vIn summer and in winter shall it be.

And wthe Lord shall be king over all the earth:

hIn that day shall there be xone Lord, and yhis name one.

10  All the land shall be ||turned zas a plain from aGeba to bRimmon south of Jerusalem:

And cit shall be lifted up, and d||inhabited in her place,

From eBenjamin’s gate unto the place of the first gate, unto fgthe corner gate,

And from fhthe tower of Hananeel unto the king’s iwinepresses.

11  And men shall dwell in it, and jthere shall be no more kutter destruction;

But Jerusalem ||shall be lsafely inhabited.

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