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The majesty of God, his goodness to his people, and severity to his enemies.

[1] The burden of Ninive. The book of the vision of Nahum the Elcesite.
Onus Ninive. Liber visionis Nahum Elcesaei.

[2] The Lord is a jealous God, and a revenger: the Lord is a revenger, and hath wrath: the Lord taketh vengeance on his adversaries, and he is angry with his enemies.
Deus aemulator, et ulciscens Dominus : ulciscens Dominus, et habens furorem : ulciscens Dominus in hostes suos, et irascens ipse inimicis suis.

[3] The Lord is patient, and great in power, and will not cleanse and acquit the guilty. The Lord's ways are in a tempest, and a whirlwind, and clouds are the dust of his feet.
Dominus patiens, et magnus fortitudine, et mundans non faciet innocentem. Dominus in tempestate et turbine viae ejus, et nebulae pulvis pedum ejus.

[4] He rebuketh the sea, and drieth it up: and bringeth all the rivers to be a desert. Basan languisheth and Carmel: and the flower of Libanus fadeth away.
Increpans mare, et exsiccans illud, et omnia flumina ad desertum deducens. Infirmatus est Basan et Carmelus, et flos Libani elanguit.

[5] The mountains tremble at him, and the hills are made desolate: and the earth hath quaked at his presence, and the world, and all that dwell therein.
Montes commoti sunt ab eo, et colles desolati sunt : et contremuit terra a facie ejus, et orbis, et omnes habitatores in eo.

[6] Who can stand before the face of his indignation? and who shall resist in the fierceness of his anger? his indignation is poured out like fire: and the rocks are melted by him.
Ante faciem indignationis ejus quis stabit? et quis resistet in ira furoris ejus? Indignatio ejus effusa est ut ignis, et petrae dissolutae sunt ab eo.

[7] The Lord is good and giveth strength in the day of trouble: and knoweth them that hope in him.
Bonus Dominus, et confortans in die tribulationis, et sciens sperantes in se.

[8] But with a flood that passeth by, he will make an utter end of the place thereof: and darkness shall pursue his enemies.
Et in diluvio praetereunte consummationem faciet loci ejus, et inimicos ejus persequentur tenebrae.

[9] What do ye devise against the Lord? he will make an utter end: there shall not rise a double affliction.
Quid cogitatis contra Dominum? Consummationem ipse faciet : non consurget duplex tribulatio,

[10] For as thorns embrace one another: so while they are feasting and drinking together, they shall be consumed as stubble that is fully dry.
quia sicut spinae se invicem complectuntur, sic convivium eorum pariter potantium; consumentur quasi stipula ariditate plena.

[11] Out of thee shall come forth one that imagineth evil against the Lord, contriving treachery in his mind.
Ex te exibit cogitans contra Dominum malitiam, mente pertractans praevaricationem.

[12] Thus saith the Lord: Though they were perfect: and many of them so, yet thus shall they be cut off, and he shall pass: I have afflicted thee, and I will afflict thee no more.
Haec dicit Dominus : Si perfecti fuerint, et ita plures, sic quoque attondentur, et pertransibit : afflixi te, et non affligam te ultra.

[13] And now I will break in pieces his rod with which he struck thy back, and I will burst thy bonds asunder.
Et nunc conteram virgam ejus de dorso tuo, et vincula tua disrumpam.

[14] And the Lord will give a commandment concerning thee, that no more of thy name shall be sown: I will destroy the graven and molten thing out of the house of thy God, I will make it thy grave, for thou art disgraced.
Et praecipiet super te Dominus; non seminabitur ex nomine tuo amplius : de domo Dei tui interficiam sculptile, et conflatile; ponam sepulchrum tuum, quia inhonoratus es.

[15] Behold upon the mountains the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, and that preacheth peace: O Juda, keep thy festivals, and pay thy vows: for Belial shall no more pass through thee again, he is utterly cut off.
Ecce super montes pedes evangelizantis, et annuntiantis pacem. Celebra, Juda, festivitates tuas, et redde vota tua, quia non adjiciet ultra ut pertranseat in te Belial : universus interiit.

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