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Ezekiel 46 (Wycliffe)

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1 The Lord God saith these things, The gate of the inner foreyard, that beholdeth to the east, shall be closed six days in which work is done; for it shall be opened in the day of sabbath, but also it shall be opened in the day of calends. (The Lord God saith these things, The gate of the inner courtyard, that faceth east, shall be closed for the six days in which work is done; it shall be opened only on the day of sabbath, and on the day of calends.) 2 And the prince shall enter by the way of the porch of the gate withoutforth, and he shall stand in the threshold of the gate; and priests shall make the burnt sacrifice of him, and the peaceable sacrifices of him; and he shall worship on the threshold of the gate, and he shall go out; forsooth the gate shall not be closed till to the eventide. (And the prince shall enter by way of the porch of the gate from the outside, and he shall stand at the gate's threshold; and the priests shall offer his burnt sacrifice, and his peace offerings; and he shall worship at the gate's threshold, and then he shall go out; and the gate shall not be closed until the evening.) 3 And the people of the land shall worship at the door of that gate, in sabbaths, and in calends, before the Lord. (And the people of the land shall worship at the door of that gate, on sabbaths, and on calends, before the Lord.) 4 Forsooth the prince shall offer this burnt sacrifice to the Lord in the day of sabbath, six lambs without wem, and a wether without wem, (And the prince shall offer this burnt sacrifice to the Lord on the day of sabbath, six lambs without blemish, or without fault, and a ram without blemish,) 5 and the sacrifice of ephah by a wether; but in the lambs he shall offer the sacrifice which his hand shall give, and of oil the measure hin, by each ephah. (and the sacrifice of an ephah of grain with the ram; and with each lamb he shall offer a sacrifice of whatever his hand shall give, and the measure of a hin of oil, with each ephah.) 6 But in the day of calends he shall offer a calf without wem of the drove; and six lambs, and wethers shall be without wem, (And on the day of calends he shall offer a calf of the herd without blemish, and six lambs, and a ram, which shall also be without blemish.) 7 and ephah by a calf. Also he shall make the sacrifice, ephah by a wether; but of lambs as his hand findeth, and of oil the measure hin, by each ephah. (And he shall provide the sacrifice of an ephah of grain with the calf, and another ephah of grain with the ram; and with the lambs whatever his hand may find; and the measure of a hin of oil with each ephah.) 8 And when the prince shall enter, enter he by the way of the porch of the gate, and go he out by the same way. 9 And when the people of the land shall enter in the sight of the Lord into (the) solemnities, which people entereth by the gate of the north for to worship, go it out by the way of the south gate. Certainly the people that entereth by the way of the south gate, go (it) out by the way of the north gate. It shall not turn again by the way of the gate by which it entered, but even against that way it shall go out. (And when the people of the land shall enter before the Lord for the feasts, which people entereth by the north gate to worship, go they out by the way of the south gate. And the people who entereth by the south gate, go they out by the way of the north gate. They shall not return by the gate by which they entered, but they shall go out by the opposite way.) 10 Forsooth the prince shall be in the midst of them; he shall enter with them that enter, and he shall go out with them that go out. (And the prince shall be in their midst; he shall go in with those who go in, and he shall go out with those who go out.) 11 And in fairs and in solemnities, the sacrifice of ephah shall be by a calf, and ephah by a wether; in lambs shall be sacrifice as his hand findeth, and of oil the measure hin, by each ephah. (And at feasts and at solemn feasts, the sacrifice of an ephah of grain shall be given with a calf, and another ephah of grain with a ram; and with the lambs the sacrifice shall be such as his hand may find; and the measure of a hin of oil, with each ephah.) 12 Forsooth when the prince maketh a willful burnt sacrifice, either willful peaceable sacrifice(s) to the Lord, the gate that beholdeth to the east shall be opened to him; and he shall make his burnt sacrifice, and his peaceable sacrifices, as it is wont to be done in the day of sabbath; and he shall go out, and the gate shall be closed after that he went out. (And when the prince provideth a voluntary burnt sacrifice, or peace offerings to the Lord, the gate that faceth east shall be opened for him; and he shall make his burnt sacrifice, and his peace offerings, as it is wont to be done on the day of sabbath; and then he shall go out, and the gate shall be closed after that he hath gone out.) 13 And he shall make burnt sacrifice each day to the Lord, a lamb without wem of the same year; ever he shall make it in the morrowtide, (And thou shalt provide a burnt sacrifice each day to the Lord, a lamb of the first year without blemish; thou shalt provide it every morning,) 14 and he shall make sacrifice on it full early; early he shall make the sixth part of ephah, and of oil the third part of hin, that it be meddled with the flour of wheat; it is a lawful sacrifice, continual and everlasting, to the Lord. (and thou shalt provide an offering with it every morning; yea, each morning thou shalt provide the sixth part of an ephah of grain, and the third part of a hin of oil, that it be mixed, or mingled, with the wheat flour; this is a sacrifice ordained by law, continual, or daily, and everlasting, to the Lord.) 15 He shall make (ready) a lamb, and sacrifice, and oil, full early; he shall make (ready) early [the] burnt sacrifice everlasting. (Thou shalt provide a lamb, and a grain sacrifice, and oil, every morning; yea, each morning thou shalt provide the everlasting burnt sacrifice.) 16 The Lord God saith these things, If the prince giveth an house to any of his sons, the heritage of him shall be of his sons; they shall wield it by heritage. (The Lord God saith these things, If the prince giveth a house to any of his sons, its inheritance shall be for his sons; yea, they shall get it by inheritance.) 17 Forsooth if he giveth a bequest of his heritage to one of his servants, it shall be his till to the year of remission, and it shall turn again to the prince; forsooth the heritage of him shall be to his sons. (But if he giveth a bequest of his inheritance, that is, a gift of his estate, to one of his servants, or to one of his slaves, it shall be his only until the Year of Remission, or the Year of Restoration, and then it shall return to the prince; for his inheritance, or his estate, shall only be for his sons.) 18 And the prince shall not take by violence of the heritage of the people, and of the possession of them; but of his own possession he shall give heritage to his sons, that my people be not scattered, each man from his possession. (And the prince shall not take by violence any of the people's inheritance, or any of their possessions; but out of his own possessions he shall give an inheritance to his sons, so that my people be not scattered, each person from his own possession.) 19 And he led me in by the entering, that was on the side of the gate, into the chambers of the saintuary to the priests, which chambers beheld to the north; and there was a place going to the west. (And he led me in by the entrance, that was by the side of the gate, into the rooms of the sanctuary, or of the Temple, for the priests, which rooms faced north; and there was a place on the western side.) 20 And he said to me, This is the place where (the) priests shall seethe, both for sin [of doing,] and for trespass [of leaving (undone)]; where they shall seethe (the) sacrifice, that they bear (it) not out into the outermore foreyard, and the people be hallowed. (And he said to me, This is the place where the priests shall boil the offerings, both for the sin of doing, and for the trespass of leaving undone; yea, where they shall boil the sacrifice, so that they do not carry it out into the outer courtyard, and then the people be made holy/and then the people be harmed.) 21 And he led me out into the outermore foreyard, and led me about by the four corners of the foreyard; and lo! a little foreyard was in the corner of the foreyard, all little foreyards by the corners of the foreyard; (And he led me out into the outer courtyard, and led me about by the four corners of the courtyard; and lo! in each corner of the courtyard was a smaller courtyard;) 22 in four corners of the foreyard little foreyards were disposed, of forty cubits by length, and of thirty by breadth; four were of one measure; (yea, in the four corners of the courtyard were placed smaller courtyards, that were forty cubits in length, and thirty cubits in breadth; all four had the same measurements;) 23 and a wall by compass went about (the) four little foreyards; and kitchens were made under the porches by compass. (and a wall went all around the four smaller courtyards; and kitchens were made against the porches all around.) 24 And he said to me, This is the house of (the) kitchens, in which the ministers of the house of the Lord shall seethe the sacrifice of the people. (And he said to me, These are the kitchens for the Temple, in which the ministers, or the servants, of the House of the Lord shall boil the people's sacrifices.)
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