Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
For thou shalt break forth on the right hand and on the left; and thy seed shall inherit the Gentiles, and make the desolate cities to be inhabited.
But it shall come to pass, in the afterpart of the days, That the mountain of the house of Yahweh Shall be, set up, as the head of the mountains, And be exalted above the hills, - And all the nations, shall stream thereunto;
They shall not hurt - nor destroy, in all my holy mountain, - For filled is the land with the knowledge of Yahweh, As the waters, to the sea, form a covering.
Wilderness and parched land, shall be glad for them, - And the waste plain, shall exult, and blossom as the lily:
Lo! my Servant, I will uphold him, My chosen, well-pleased is my soul, - I have put my spirit upon him, Justice - to the nations, will he bring forth:
Do not fear for, with thee, I am, - From the East, will I bring in thy seed, And, from the West, will I gather thee:
Lo! these, from afar, shall come in, - And lo! these, from the North and from the West, And these, from the land of Sinim.
So shall nations come to thy light, And kings to the brightness of thy dawning.
The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, Nor the commanders staff a from between his feet, - Until that he come in as a Shiloh, And, his, be the obedience of the peoples:
So let him have dominion, From sea to sea, And from the River unto the ends of the earth;
As also in Hosea he saith - I will call the not-my-people, My people, and the not-beloved, beloved,
But I say: Have they not heard? Yea indeed, - into all the earth, hath gone forth their sound, and, unto the ends of the inhabited world, their declarations.
If, moreover, their fail, is the riches of a world, and their loss, the riches of nations, how much rather their fullness?
If, at least, ye are abiding still in the faith, founded and firm, and not to be moved away from the hope of the glad-message which ye have heard, which hath been proclaimed in all creation which is under heaven, - of which, I Paul, have become minister.
Lift up, round about, thine eyes and see, All those, have gathered themselves together - have come to thee! As I live, Declareth Yahweh, - Surely all those as an ornament, shalt thou put on, And bind them about thee for a girdle as a bride.
Lo! A nation thou shalt not know, shalt thou call, And, a nation which hath not known thee, unto thee, shall run, - For the sake of Yahweh thy God, And for the Holy One of Israel, because he hath adorned thee.
So shall the sons of the foreigner, build thy walls, And their kings, shall wait upon thee, - For in my vexation, I smote thee, But in my favour, have I had compassion upon thee.
Then shall strangers stay and feed your flocks, - And, the sons of the foreigner, shall be your plowmen and your vinedressers.
Thus, saith Yahweh - In a time of acceptance, have I answered thee, In a day of salvation, have I helped thee, - That I may preserve thee And give thee as the covenant of a people, To establish the land, To bring into possession the desolate heritages;
Break forth, shout in triumph together, ye waste places of Jerusalem, - For Yahweh Hath comforted his people, Hath redeemed Jerusalem:
And they shall say, This land that was made desolate hath become like the garden of Eden,- And the cities that were waste and deserted and thrown down, now fenced, are inhabited;