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That, the joy-shout of the lawless, is short, and, the rejoicing of the impious, for a moment?
Yet a little, therefore, and the lawless one shall not be, Yea thou shalt look about, over his place - and he shall have vanished!
How have they become desolate, as in a moment! They have ceased - come to an end, by reason of calamities.
When the lawless do thrive like grass, And all the workers of iniquity have blossomed, It is that they may be destroyed for ever.
For the sun hath sprung up, with it scorching heat, and hath withered the grass, and, the flower thereof, hath fallen out, and, the beauty of the face thereof, hath perished, - so, also the rich, in his goings, shall languish.
Come now! ye wealthy! Weep ye, howling, for your hardships which are coming upon you:
And it shall come to pass - That, as the harvestman gathereth standing corn, And with his arm - the ears, he reapeth, Yea it shall come to pass - That, so, shall he be who gleaneth ears, in the vale of Rephaim;
And I saw, and lo! a white cloud, and, upon the cloud, one sitting like unto a son of man, having, upon his head, a crown of gold, and, in his hand, a sharp sickle.