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Isaiah 12

A joyful thanksgiving of the faithful for the mercies of God.

Isaiah 12:1 So that then þu shalt saye: O Lorde, I wyll thanke the, for thou waste displeased at me, but refrayne thou from thy wrath, and comforte me. Isaiah 12:2 Behold, God is my saluacion in whom I will trust, and not be afrayde. For the Lorde God is my strength, & my songe, he also is become my saluacion. Isaiah 12:3 Therfore with ioye shall ye drawe water out of the welles of the Sauioure, Isaiah 12:4 & then shall ye saye: geue thanckes vnto the lorde, call vpon his name, declare his councels amonge the people, kepe them in remembrance, for his name is excellent. Isaiah 12:5 O syng prayses vnto the Lord, for he hath done greate thynges, as it is knowne in all the worlde. Isaiah 12:6 Crye out, and syng thou þt dwellest in Syon, for great is the holy one of Israell in the myddes of the.

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