Matthew Bible

Isaiah 12

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

Isaiah 12:1 So that then thou shalt saye: O Lord I thanke the, for thou wast displeased at me, but thou haste refrained thy wrath, & hast mercy vpon me. Isaiah 12:2 Beholde, God is my health, in whom I trust, & am not afraid. For the Lorde God is my strength and my praise, he also shalbe my refuge. Isaiah 12:3 Therefore wt ioye shal ye drawe water out of the welles of the Sauioure, Isaiah 12:4 & then shall ye saye: Let vs geue thankes vnto the Lorde, and call vpon his name, & declare his councels amonge the people, and kepe them in remembraunce for his name is excellente. Isaiah 12:5 O synge prayses vnto the Lorde, for he doth great thinges, as it is knowne in al the worlde. Isaiah 12:6 Crye oute, and be glad, thou that dwellest in Sion, for greate is thy prince, the holy one of Israell.

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