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God proceeds in threatening Israel for their ingratitude: yet he will not utterly destroy them.

[1] As the morning passeth, so hath the king of Israel passed away. Because Israel was a child, and I loved him: and I called my son out of Egypt.
Sicut mane transiit, pertransiit rex Israel. Quia puer Israel, et dilexi eum; et ex Aegypto vocavi filium meum.

[2] As they called them, they went away from before their face: they offered victims to Baalim, and sacrificed to idols.
Vocaverunt eos, sic abierunt a facie eorum; Baalim immolabant, et simulacris sacrificabant.

[3] And I was like a foster father to Ephraim, I carried them in my arms: and they knew not that I healed them.
Et ego quasi nutritius Ephraim : portabam eos in brachiis meis, et nescierunt quod curarem eos.

[4] I will draw them with the cords of Adam, with the bands of love: and I will be to them as one that taketh off the yoke on their jaws: and I put his meat to him that he might eat.
In funiculis Adam traham eos, in vinculis caritatis; et ero eis quasi exaltans jugum super maxillas eorum, et declinavi ad eum ut vesceretur.

[5] He shall not return into the land of Egypt, but the Assyrian shall be his king: because they would not be converted.
Non revertetur in terram Aegypti, et Assur ipse rex ejus, quoniam noluerunt converti.

[6] The sword hath begun in his cities, and it shall consume his chosen men, and shall devour their heads.
Coepit gladius in civitatibus ejus, et consumet electos ejus, et comedet capita eorum.

[7] And my people shall long for my return: but a yoke shall be put upon them together, which shall not be taken off.
Et populus meus pendebit ad reditum meum; jugum autem imponetur eis simul, quod non auferetur.

[8] How shall I deal with thee, O Ephraim, shall I protect thee, O Israel? how shall I make thee as Adama, shall I set thee as Seboim? my heart is turned within me, my repentance is stirred up.
Quomodo dabo te, Ephraim? protegam te, Israel? Quomodo dabo te sicut Adama, ponam te ut Seboim? Conversum est in me cor meum, pariter conturbata est poenitudo mea.

[9] I will not execute the fierceness of my wrath: I will not return to destroy Ephraim: because I am God, and not man: the holy one in the midst of thee, and I will not enter into the city.
Non faciam furorem irae meae; non convertar ut disperdam Ephraim, quoniam Deus ego, et non homo; in medio tui sanctus, et non ingrediar civitatem.

[10] They shall walk after the Lord, he shall roar as a lion: because he shall roar, and the children of the sea shall fear.
Post Dominum ambulabunt; quasi leo rugiet, quia ipse rugiet, et formidabunt filii maris.

[11] And they shall fly away like a bird out of Egypt, and like a dove out of the land of the Assyrians: and I will place them in their own houses, saith the Lord.
Et avolabunt quasi avis ex Aegypto, et quasi columba de terra Assyriorum : et collocabo eos in domibus suis, dicit Dominus.

[12] Ephraim hath compassed me about with denials, and the house of Israel with deceit: but Juda went down as a witness with God, and is faithful with the saints.
Circumdedit me in negatione Ephraim, et in dolo domus Israel; Judas autem testis descendit cum Deo, et cum sanctis fidelis.

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