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Chapter 12 46 Be of good comfort, O Israel; and be not heavy, thou house of Jacob:47 For the Highest hath you in remembrance, and the Mighty hath not forgotten you in temptation.48 As for me, I have not forsaken you, neither am I departed from you: but am come into this place, to pray for the desolation of Sion, and that I might seek mercy for the low estate of your sanctuary.49 And now go your way home every man, and after these days will I come unto you.50 So the people went their way into the city, like as I commanded them:51 But I remained still in the field seven days, as the angel commanded me; and did eat only in those days of the flowers of the field, and had my meat of the herbs

Chapter 13 1 And it came to pass after seven days, I dreamed a dream by night:2 And, lo, there arose a wind from the sea, that it moved all the waves thereof.3 And I beheld, and, lo, that man waxed strong with the thousands of heaven: and when he turned his countenance to look, all the things trembled that were seen under him.4 And whensoever the voice went out of his mouth, all they burned that heard his voice, like as the earth faileth when it feeleth the fire.5 And after this I beheld, and, lo, there was gathered together a multitude of men, out of number, from the four winds of the heaven, to subdue the man that came out of the sea6 But I beheld, and, lo, he had graved himself a great mountain, and flew up upon it.7 But I would have seen the region or place whereout the hill was graven, and I could not.8 And after this I beheld, and, lo, all they which were gathered together to subdue him were sore afraid, and yet durst fight.9 And, lo, as he saw the violence of the multitude that came, he neither lifted up his hand, nor held sword, nor any instrument of war:10 But only I saw that he sent out of his mouth as it had been a blast of fire, and out of his lips a flaming breath, and out of his tongue he cast out sparks and tempests.11 And they were all mixed together; the blast of fire, the flaming breath, and the great tempest; and fell with violence upon the multitude which was prepared to fight, and burned them up every one, so that upon a sudden of an innumerable multitude nothing was to be perceived, but only dust and smell of smoke: when I saw this I was afraid.12 Afterward saw I the same man come down from the mountain, and call unto him another peaceable Multitude.13 And there came much people unto him, whereof some were glad, some were sorry, and some of them were bound, and other some brought of them that were offered: then was I sick through great fear, and I awaked, and said,14 Thou hast shewed thy servant these wonders from the beginning, and hast counted me worthy that thou shouldest receive my prayer:15 Shew me now yet the interpretation of this dream.16 For as I conceive in mine understanding, woe unto them that shall be left in those days and much more woe unto them that are not left behind!17 For they that were not left were in heaviness.