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The punishment of Egypt: their call to the church.

[1] The burden of Egypt. Behold the Lord will ascend upon a swift cloud, and will enter into Egypt, and the idols of Egypt shall be moved at his presence, and the heart of Egypt shall melt in the midst thereof.
Onus Aegypti. Ecce Dominus ascendet super nubem levem, et ingredietur Aegyptum, et commovebuntur simulacra Aegypti a facie ejus, et cor Aegypti tabescet in medio ejus,

[2] And I will set the Egyptians to fight against the Egyptians: and they shall fight brother against brother, and friend against friend, city against city, kingdom against kingdom.
et concurrere faciam Aegyptios adversus Aegyptios; et pugnabit vir contra fratrem suum, et vir contra amicum suum, civitas adversus civitatem, regnum adversus regnum.

[3] And the spirit of Egypt shall be broken in the bowels thereof, and I will cast down their counsel: and they shall consult their idols, and their diviners, and their wizards, and soothsayers.
Et dirumpetur spiritus Aegypti in visceribus ejus, et consilium ejus praecipitabo; et interrogabunt simulacra sua, et divinos suos, et pythones, et ariolos.

[4] And I will deliver Egypt into the hand of cruel masters, and a strong king shall rule over them, saith the Lord the God of hosts.
Et tradam Aegyptum in manu dominorum crudelium, et rex fortis dominabitur eorum, ait Dominus Deus exercituum.

[5] And the water of the sea shall be dried up, and the river shall be wasted and dry.
Et arescet aqua de mari, et fluvius desolabitur atque siccabitur.

[6] And the rivers shall fail: the streams of the banks shall be diminished, and be dried up. The reed and the bulrush shall wither away.
Et deficient flumina, attenuabuntur et siccabuntur rivi aggerum, calamus et juncus marcescet.

[7] The channel of the river shall be laid bare from its fountain, and every thing sown by the water shall be dried up, it shall wither away, and shall be no more.
Nudabitur alveus rivi a fonte suo, et omnis sementis irrigua siccabitur, arescet, et non erit.

[8] The fishers also shall mourn, and all that cast a hook into the river shall lament, and they that spread nets upon the waters shall languish away.
Et moerebunt piscatores, et lugebunt omnes mittentes in flumen hamum; et expandentes rete super faciem aquarum emarcescent.

[9] They shall be confounded that wrought in flax, combing and weaving fine linen.
Confundentur qui operabantur linum, pectentes et texentes subtilia.

[10] And its watery places shall be dry, all they shall mourn that made pools to take fishes.
Et erunt irrigua ejus flaccentia : omnes qui faciebant lacunas ad capiendos pisces.

[11] The princes of Tanis are become fools, the wise counsellors of Pharao have given foolish counsel: how will you say to Pharao: I am the son of the wise, the son of ancient kings?
Stulti principes Taneos, sapientes consiliarii Pharaonis dederunt consilium insipiens. Quomodo dicetis Pharaoni : Filius sapientium ego, filius regum antiquorum?

[12] Where are now thy wise men? let them tell thee, and shew what the Lord of hosts hath purposed upon Egypt.
Ubi nunc sunt sapientes tui? annuntient tibi, et indicent quid cogitaverit Dominus exercituum super Aegyptum.

[13] The princes of Tanis are become fools, the princes of Memphis are gone astray, they have deceived Egypt, the stay of the people thereof.
Stulti facti sunt principes Taneos, emarcuerunt principes Mempheos; deceperunt Aegyptum, angulum populorum ejus.

[14] The Lord hath mingled in the midst thereof the spirit of giddiness: and they have caused Egypt to err in all its works, as a drunken man staggereth and vomiteth.
Dominus miscuit in medio ejus spiritum vertiginis; et errare fecerunt Aegyptum in omni opere suo, sicut errat ebrius et vomens.

[15] And there shall be no work for Egypt, to make head or tail, him that bendeth down, or that holdeth back.
Et non erit Aegypto opus quod faciat caput et caudam, incurvantem et refrenantem.

[16] In that day Egypt shall be like unto women, and they shall be amazed, and afraid, because of the moving of the hand of the Lord of hosts, which he shall move over it.
In die illa erit Aegyptus quasi mulieres; et stupebunt, et timebunt a facie commotionis manus Domini exercituum, quam ipse movebit super eam.

[17] And the land of Juda shall be a terror to Egypt: every one that shall remember it shall tremble because of the counsel of the Lord of hosts, which he hath determined concerning it.
Et erit terra Juda Aegypto in pavorem; omnis qui illius fuerit recordatus pavebit a facie consilii Domini exercituum, quod ipse cogitavit super eam.

[18] In that day there shall be five cities in the land of Egypt, speaking the language of Chanaan, and swearing by the Lord of hosts: one shall be called the city of the sun.
In die illa erunt quinque civitates in terra Aegypti loquentes lingua Chanaan, et jurantes per Dominum exercituum : Civitas solis vocabitur una.

[19] In that day there shall be an altar of the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a monument of the Lord at the borders thereof:
In die illa erit altare Domini in medio terrae Aegypti, et titulus Domini juxta terminum ejus.

[20] It shall be for a sign, and for a testimony to the Lord of hosts in the land of Egypt. For they shall cry to the Lord because of the oppressor, and he shall send them a Saviour and a defender to deliver them.
Erit in signum et in testimonium Domino exercituum in terra Aegypti; clamabunt enim ad Dominum a facie tribulationis, et mittet eis salvatorem et propugnatorem qui liberet eos.

[21] And the Lord shall be known by Egypt, and the Egyptians shall know the Lord in that day, and shall worship him with sacrifices and offerings: and they shall make vows to the Lord, and perform them.
Et cognoscetur Dominus ab Aegypto, et cognoscent Aegyptii Dominum in die illa; et colent eum in hostiis et in muneribus; et vota vovebunt Domino, et solvent.

[22] And the Lord shall strike Egypt with a scourge, and shall heal it, and they shall return to the Lord, and he shall be pacified towards them, and heal them.
Et percutiet Dominus Aegyptum plaga, et sanabit eam; et revertentur ad Dominum, et placabitur eis, et sanabit eos.

[23] In that day there shall be a way from Egypt to the Assyrians, and the Assyrian shall enter into Egypt, and the Egyptian to the Assyrians, and the Egyptians shall serve the Assyrian.
In die illa erit via de Aegypto in Assyrios; et intrabit Assyrius Aegyptum, et Aegyptius in Assyrios, et servient Aegyptii Assur.

[24] In that day shall Israel be the third to the Egyptian and the Assyrian: a blessing in the midst of the land,
In die illa erit Israel tertius Aegyptio et Assyrio; benedictio in medio terrae

[25] Which the Lord of hosts hath blessed, saying: Blessed be my people of Egypt, and the work of my hands to the Assyrian: but Israel is my inheritance.
cui benedixit Dominus exercituum, dicens : Benedictus populus meus Aegypti, et opus manuum mearum Assyrio; haereditas autem mea Israel.

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