He bringeth them out from the dark place, And death-shade, And their bands He draweth away.
And now I break his rod from off thee, And thy bands I do draw away.
'Let us draw off Their cords, And cast from us Their thick bands.'
For He hath broken doors of brass, And bars of iron He hath cut.
Inhabitants of dark places and death-shade, Prisoners of affliction and of iron,
and suddenly a great earthquake came, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken, opened also presently were all the doors, and of all -- the bands were loosed;
Is not this the fast that I chose -- To loose the bands of wickedness, To shake off the burdens of the yoke, And to send out the oppressed free, And every yoke ye draw off?
And it hath come to pass, in that day, An affirmation of Jehovah of Hosts, I break his yoke from off thy neck, And thy bands I draw away, And lay no more service on him do strangers.
And it hath come to pass, in that day, Turned is his burden from off thy shoulder, And his yoke from off thy neck, And destroyed hath been the yoke, because of prosperity.
I get me to the great, and I speak with them, For they have known the way of Jehovah, The judgment of their God.' Surely they together have broken the yoke, They have drawn away the bands.
because that he many times with fetters and chains had been bound, and pulled in pieces by him had been the chains, and the fetters broken in pieces, and none was able to tame him,
Gone up hath the breaker before them, They have broken through, Yea, they pass through the gate, Yea, they go out through it, And pass on doth their king before them, And Jehovah at their head!
Shake thyself from dust, arise, sit, O Jerusalem, Bands of thy neck have loosed themselves, O captive, daughter of Zion.
Make the chain; for the land Hath been full of bloody judgments, And the city hath been full of violence.
God -- causing the lonely to dwell at home, Bringing out bound ones into prosperity, Only -- the refractory have inhabited a dry place.
who had his dwelling in the tombs, and not even with chains was any one able to bind him,
For from of old thou hast broken thy yoke, Drawn away thy bands, and sayest, 'I do not serve,' For, on every high height, and under every green tree, Thou art wandering -- a harlot.
For he commanded the unclean spirit to come forth from the man, for many times it had caught him, and he was being bound with chains and fetters -- guarded, and breaking asunder the bonds he was driven by the demons to the deserts.
And given hath the tree of the field its fruit, And the land doth give her increase, And they have been on their land confident, And they have known that I am Jehovah, In My breaking the bands of their yoke, And I have delivered them from the hand of those laying service on them.
And I saw a messenger coming down out of the heaven, having the key of the abyss, and a great chain over his hand,
and Paul answered, 'What do ye -- weeping, and crushing mine heart? for I, not only to be bound, but also to die at Jerusalem, am ready, for the name of the Lord Jesus;'
To open the eyes of the blind, To bring forth from prison the bound one, From the house of restraint those sitting in darkness.
Our soul as a bird hath escaped from a snare of fowlers, The snare was broken, and we have escaped.
and lo, a messenger of the Lord stood by, and a light shone in the buildings, and having smitten Peter on the side, he raised him up, saying, 'Rise in haste,' and his chains fell from off his hands.
'I go before thee, and crooked places make straight, Two-leaved doors of brass I shiver, And bars of iron I cut asunder,
Of the bonnets, and the ornaments of the legs, And of the bands, And of the perfume boxes, and the amulets,
I am Jehovah your God, who have brought you out of the land of the Egyptians, from being their servants; and I break the bars of your yoke, and cause you to go erect.
whom God did raise up, having loosed the pains of the death, because it was not possible for him to be held by it,
Therefore hath pride encircled them, Violence covereth them as a dress.
And Hananiah the prophet taketh the yoke from off the neck of Jeremiah the prophet, and breaketh it,
Jehovah is righteous, He hath cut asunder cords of the wicked.
And I am finding more bitter than death, the woman whose heart is nets and snares, her hands are bands; the good before God escapeth from her, but the sinner is captured by her.
for the law of the Spirit of the life in Christ Jesus did set me free from the law of the sin and of the death;
To bind their kings with chains, And their honoured ones with fetters of iron,
Through the tender mercies of our God, In which the rising from on high did look upon us,
While that the silver cord is not removed, And the golden bowl broken, And the pitcher broken by the fountain, And the wheel broken at the well.
'Go, and thou hast spoken unto Hananiah, saying, Thus said Jehovah, Yokes of wood thou hast broken, and I have made instead of them yokes of iron;
and always, night and day, in the mountains, and in the tombs he was, crying and cutting himself with stones.
for whoever the whole law shall keep, and shall stumble in one point, he hath become guilty of all;
and a messenger of the Lord through the night opened the doors of the prison, having also brought them forth, he said,
Peter, therefore, indeed, was kept in the prison, and fervent prayer was being made by the assembly unto God for him,