Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Seeing many things, but thou observest not; opening the ears, but he heareth not.
An ox knoweth, his owner, And an ass his masters crib, - Israel, doth not know, My people doth not consider.
Thou hast heard - see it whole, And will, ye, not tell? I have let thee hear new things - from the present time, Even secrets which ye knew not.
Verily, none of the men who have been beholding my glory and my signs, which I have done in Egypt and in the desert, - and have put me to the proof these ten times, and have not hearkened unto my voice,
Only take thou heed to thyself and keep thy soul diligently, so that thou forget not the things which thine own eyes have seen, and so that they go not out of thy heart, all the days of thy life, - but thou shalt make them known unto thy sons and unto thy son's sons: -
And Moses called unto all Israel and said unto them, - Ye yourselves, saw all that Yahweh did before your eyes in the land of Egypt, unto Pharaoh and unto all his servants and unto all his land:
and didst grant signs and wonders against Pharaoh, and against all his servants, and against all the people of his land, for thou hadst taken note, that they ruled proudly over them, - and so thou didst make thee a name, as at this day.
Our fathers, in Egypt, understood not thy wonders, They remembered not the abounding of thy lovingkindnesses, but rebelled by the sea - at the Red Sea.
Who is wise? then let him observe these things! and diligently consider the lovingkindness of Yahweh.
Jesus said unto him - Thou hast both seen him and, he that is speaking with thee, is, he.
But, some from among them, said - Could not this man, who opened the eyes of the blind, have caused that, this one also, should not have died?
Yet, me - day by day, do they seek, And in the knowledge of my ways, they delight, - Like a nation that had done righteousness, And the justice of their God, had not forsaken They ask of me the just regulations, In approaching God, they delight.
and said unto Jeremiah the prophet - Let our supplication we beseech thee fall prostrate before thee, and pray thou in our behalf unto Yahweh thy God, in behalf of all this remnant, - for we are left a few out of many, just as thine own eyes do behold us:
That they may come unto thee as people do come And may sit before thee as my people, And they will hear thy words, But the, words themselves, they not do, - though fond with their mouths, they seem to be, After their unjust gain, their heart is going.
And, Herodias, was cherishing a grudge against him, and wishing, to slay him, - and could not;
But we deem it well, that, from thee, we should hear what are thine opinions; for, indeed, concerning this sect, it is, known to us, that, everywhere, is it spoken against.
Bring forth A blind people that have, eyes, and A deaf, that have, ears.
For this reason, in parables, unto them, do I speak, - because, seeing, they see not, and, hearing, they hear not, - neither do they understand.
They noted not that, as touching the Father, unto them, he was speaking.