Isaiah 34
Brenton's Septuagint Translation Par ▾ 

Judgment on the Nations

1Draw near, ye nations; and hearken, ye princes; let the earth hear, and they that are in it; the world, and the people that are therein.

2For the wrath of the Lord is upon all nations, and his anger upon the number of them, to destroy them, and give them up to slaughter.

3And their slain shall be cast forth, and their corpses; and their ill savour shall come up, and the mountains shall be made wet with their blood.

4And all the powers of the heavens shall melt, and the sky shall be rolled up like a scroll: and all the stars shall fall like leaves from a vine, and as leaves fall from a fig-tree.

Judgment on Edom

5My sword has been made drunk in heaven: behold, it shall come down upon Idumea, and with judgement upon the people doomed to destruction.

6The sword of the Lord is filled with blood, it is glutted with fat, with the blood of goats and lambs, and with the fat of goats and rams: for the Lord has a sacrifice in Bosor, and a great slaughter in Idumea.

7And the mighty ones shall fall with them, and the rams and the bulls; and the land shall be soaked with blood, and shall be filled with their fat.

8For it is the day of judgement of the Lord, and the year of the recompence of Sion in judgement.

9And her valleys shall be turned into pitch, and her land into sulphur; and her land shall be as pitch burning night and day;

10and it shall never be quenched, and her smoke shall go up: it shall be made desolate throughout her generations,

11and for a long time birds and hedgehogs, and ibises and ravens shall dwell in it: and the measuring line of desolation shall be cast over it, and satyrs shall dwell in it.

12Her princes shall be no more; for her kings and her great men shall be destroyed.

13And thorns shall spring up in their cities, and in her strong holds: and they shall be habitations of monsters, and a court of ostriches.

14And devils shall meet with satyrs, and they shall cry one to the other: there shall satyrs rest, having found for themselves a place of rest.

15There has the hedgehog made its nest, and the earth has safely preserved its young: there have the deer met, and seen one another's faces.

16They passed by in full number, and not one of them perished: they sought not one another; for the Lord commanded them, and his Spirit gathered them.

17And he shall cast lots for them, and his hand has portioned out their pasture, saying, Ye shall inherit the land for ever: they shall rest on it through all generations.

The English translation of The Septuagint by Sir Lancelot Charles Lee Brenton (1851)

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