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43 *But now thus saith the Lord athat created thee, O Jacob,

bAnd he athat formed thee, O Israel,

fpFear not: cfor I have redeemed thee,

dI have called thee by thy name; thou art mine.

eWhen thou passest through the waters, fI will be with thee;

And gthrough the rivers, they shall not overflow thee:

ehWhen thou iwalkest through the fire, hthou shalt not be iburned;

Neither shall the flame kindle upon thee.

For I am the Lord thy God,

The Holy One of Israel, jthy Saviour:

kI gave lEgypt mfor thy ransom,

lEthiopia and nSeba for thee.

Since othou wast precious in my sight,

Thou hast been honourable, and I have loved thee:

mTherefore will I give men for thee,

And people for thy ||life.

pFear not: for I am with thee:

I will bring thy seed qfrom the east,

And qgather thee from the west;

I will say to qthe north, Give up;

And to the south, Keep not back:

Bring rmy sons from far,

And rmy daughters from the ends of the earth;

Even every one sthat is called by my name:

For asI have created him for my glory,

aI have formed him; yea, uI have made him.

vBring forth the blind people that have eyes,

And the deaf that have ears.

Let all the nations be gathered together,

And let the people be assembled:

wWho among them can declare this,

And shew us former things?

Let them bring forth their witnesses, that they may be justified:

Or let them hear, and say, It is truth.

10  xYe are my witnesses, saith the Lord,

And ymy servant whom I have chosen:

That ye may know and believe me,

And understand that I am he:

zBefore me there was ||no God formed,

Neither shall there be after me.

11  aI, even I, am the Lord;

aAnd bbeside me there is no saviour.

12  I have declared, and have saved, and I have shewed,

When there was no cstrange god among you:

Therefore dye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, that eI am God.

13  Yea, efbefore the day was I am he;

And there is none that can deliver out of my hand:

I will work, and who shall glet it?

14  Thus saith the Lord, hyour redeemer, the Holy One of Israel;

For your sake I have sent to Babylon,

And have brought down all their inobles,

And the kChaldeans, whose cry is in the ships.

15  I am the Lord, your Holy One,

The creator of Israel, your King.

16  Thus saith the Lord, lwhich maketh a way in the sea,

And a path in the mighty waters;

17  mWhich bringeth forth the chariot and horse, the army and the power;

They shall lie down together, they shall not rise:

They are extinct, nthey are quenched as tow.

18  oRemember ye not the former things,

Neither consider the things of old.

19  Behold, I will do pa new thing;

Now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it?

qI will even make a way in the wilderness,

And rrivers in sthe desert.

20  The beast of the field shall honour me,

tThe dragons and the ||owls:

Because rI give waters in the wilderness,

And rivers in sthe desert,

rTo give drink to my people, my chosen.

21  uThis people have I formed for myself;

vThey shall shew forth wmy praise.

22  But thou hast not called upon me, O Jacob;

But xthou hast been weary of me, O Israel.

23  yThou hast not brought me the small cattle of thy burnt offerings;

Neither hast thou zhonoured me with thy sacrifices.

I have not caused thee to serve with an offering,

Nor awearied thee with bincense.

24  Thou hast bought me no bsweet cane with money,

Neither hast thou filled me with the fat of thy sacrifices:

But thou hast made me to serve with thy sins,

Thou hast acwearied me with thine iniquities.

25  I, even I, am he that dblotteth out thy transgressions efor mine own sake,

fAnd will not remember thy sins.

26  Put me in remembrance: let us plead together:

Declare thou, that thou mayest be justified.

27  Thy first father hath sinned,

And thy teachers have transgressed against me.

28  Therefore gI have profaned the ||princes of the sanctuary,

And have given Jacob hito the curse,

And Israel to hkreproaches.

KJV 1900

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This King James Version is based upon the Pure Cambridge Edition first published around 1900. It has been carefully typeset to remove any typographical errors and accurately reflects the original text.

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