Matthew Bible

Jonah 2

The prayer of Jonah.

Jonah 2:1 And Ionas prayed vnto þe Lord his God, out of the fysshes bely, Jonah 2:2 & sayde: In my trouble I called vnto the Lord, & he herde me: out of the bely of hell I cryed, and thou herdest my voyce. Jonah 2:3 Thou haddest cast me downe depe in the myddest of the sea, and the floude compassed me aboute: yee all thy waues and roules of water went ouer me, Jonah 2:4 I thought that I had bene cast awaye out of thy syght: but I wyll yet agayne loke towarde thy holy temple. Jonah 2:5 The waters compased me, euen to the very soule, the depe laye aboute me, and the wedes were wrapte aboute myne head. Jonah 2:6 I went downe to the botome af the hylles, and was barred in wyth earth for euer. But thou, O Lorde my God, haste brought vp my lyfe agayne out of corrupcyon. Jonah 2:7 When my soule faynted within me, I thought vpon the Lord: & my prayer came in vnto the, euen in to thy holy temple. Jonah 2:8 They that holde of vayue vanyties, will forsake hys mercy. Jonah 2:9 But I wyll do the sacryfyce wyth the voyce of thankesgeuynge, and wil paye that I haue vowed: for why? saluacion commeth of the Lorde.

He is delivered from the fish.

Jonah 2:10 And the Lorde spake vnto the fysh, and it cast out Ionas agayne vpon the drye lande.

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