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Josias repaireth the temple. The book of the law is found, upon which they consult the Lord, and are told that great evils shall fall upon them, but not in the time of Josias.

 1 Josias was eight years old when he began to reign: he reigned one and thirty years in Jerusalem: the name of his mother was Idida, the daughter of Hadaia, of Besecath.
Octo annorum erat Josias cum regnare coepisset, triginta et uno anno regnavit in Jerusalem : nomen matris ejus Idida, filia Hadaia de Besecath.

 2 And he did that which was right in the sight of the Lord, and walked in all the ways of David his father: he turned not aside to the right hand, or to the left.
Fecitque quod placitum erat coram Domino, et ambulavit per omnes vias David patris sui : non declinavit ad dexteram, sive ad sinistram.

 3 And in the eighteenth year of king Josias, the king sent Saphan the son of Assia, the son of Messulam, the scribe of the temple of the Lord, saying to him:
Anno autem octavodecimo regis Josiae, misit rex Saphan filium Aslia, filii Messulam scribam templi Domini, dicens ei :

 4 Go to Helcias the high priest, that the money may be put together which is brought into the temple of the Lord, which the doorkeepers of the temple have gathered of the people.
Vade ad Helciam sacerdotem magnum, ut confletur pecunia, quae illata est in templum Domini, quam collegerunt janitores templi a populo,

 5 And let it be given to the workmen by the overseers of the house of the Lord: and lot them distribute it to those that work in the temple of the Lord, to repair the temple:
deturque fabris per praepositos domus Domini : qui et distribuant eam his qui operantur in templo Domini, ad instauranda sartatecta templi :

 6 That is, to carpenters and masons, and to such as mend breaches: and that timber may be bought, and stones out of the quarries, to repair the temple of the Lord.
tignariis videlicet et caementariis, et iis qui interrupta componunt : et ut emantur ligna, et lapides de lapicidinis, ad instaurandum templum Domini.

 7 But let there be no reckoning made with them of the money which they receive, but let them have it in their power, and in their trust.
Verumtamen non supputetur eis argentum quod accipiunt, sed in potestate habeant, et in fide.

 8 And Helcias the high priest said to Saphan the scribe: I have found the book of the law in the house of the Lord: and Helcias gave the book to Saphan, and he read it.
Dixit autem Helcias pontifex ad Saphan scribam : Librum legis reperi in domo Domini : deditque Helcias volumen Saphan, qui et legit illud.

 9 And Saphan the scribe came to the king, and brought him word again concerning that which he had commanded, and said: Thy servants have gathered together the money that was found in the house of the Lord, and they have given it to be distributed to the workmen, by the overseers of the works of the temple of the Lord.
Venit quoque Saphan scriba ad regem, et renuntiavit ei quod praeceperat, et ait : Conflaverunt servi tui pecuniam, quae reperta est in domo Domini : et dederunt ut distribueretur fabris a praefectis operum templi Domini.

 10 And Saphan the scribe told the king, saying: Helcias the priest hath delivered to me a book. And when Saphan had read it before the king,
Narravit quoque Saphan scriba regi, dicens : Librum dedit mihi Helcias sacerdos. Quem cum legisset Saphan coram rege,

 11 And the king had heard the words of the law of the Lord, he rent his garments.
et audisset rex verba libri legis Domini, scidit vestimenta sua.

 12 And he commanded Helcias the priest, and Ahicam the son of Saphan, and Achobor the son of Micha, and Saphan the scribe, and Asaia the king's servant, saying:
Et praecepit Helciae sacerdoti, et Ahicam filio Saphan, et Achobor filio Micha, et Saphan scribae, et Asaiae servo regis, dicens :

 13 Go and consult the Lord for me, and for the people, and for all Juda, concerning the words of this book which is found: for the great wrath of the Lord is kindled against us, because our fathers have not hearkened to the words of this book, to do all that is written for us.
Ite et consulite Dominum super me, et super populo, et super omni Juda, de verbis voluminis istius, quod inventum est : magna enim ira Domini succensa est contra nos : quia non audierunt patres nostri verba libri hujus, ut facerent omne quod scriptum est nobis.

 14 So Helcias the priest, and Ahicam, and Achobor, and Saphan, and Asaia went to Holda the prophetess the wife of Sellum the son of Thecua, the son of Araas keeper of the wardrobe, who dwelt in Jerusalem in the Second: and they spoke to her.
Ierunt itaque Helcias sacerdos, et Ahicam, et Achobor, et Sapham, et Asaia, ad Holdam prophetidem, uxorem Sellum, filii Thecuae, filii Araas custodis vestium, quae habitabat in Jerusalem in Secunda : locutique sunt ad eam.

 15 And she said to them: Thus saith the Lord the God of Israel: Tell the man that sent you to me:
Et illa respondit eis : Haec dicit Dominus Deus Israel : Dicite viro, qui misit vos ad me :

 16 Thus saith the Lord: Behold, I will bring evils upon this place, and upon the inhabitants thereof, all the words of the law which the king of Juda hath read:
Haec dicit Dominus : Ecce, ego adducam mala super locum istum, et super habitatores ejus, omnia verba legis quae legit rex Juda :

 17 Because they have forsaken me, and have sacrificed to strange gods, provoking me by all the works of their hands: therefore my indignation shall be kindled against this place, and shall not be quenched.
quia dereliquerunt me, et sacrificaverunt diis alienis, irritantes me in cunctis operibus manuum suarum : et succendetur indignatio mea in loco hoc, et non extinguetur.

 18 But to the king of Juda, who sent you to consult the Lord, thus shall you say: Thus saith the Lord the God of Israel: Forasmuch as thou hast heard the words of the book,
Regi autem Juda, qui misit vos ut consuleretis Dominum, sic dicetis : Haec dicit Dominus Deus Israel : Pro eo quod audisti verba voluminis,

 19 And thy heart hath been moved to fear, and thou hast humbled thyself before the Lord, hearing the words against this place, and the inhabitants thereof, to wit, that they should become a wonder and a curse: and thou hast rent thy garments, and wept before me, I also have heard thee, saith the Lord:
et perterritum est cor tuum, et humiliatus es coram Domino, auditis sermonibus contra locum istum, et habitatores ejus, quod videlicet fierent in stuporem et in maledictum : et scidisti vestimenta tua, et flevisti coram me, et ego audivi, ait Dominus :

 20 Therefore I will gather thee to thy fathers, and thou shalt be gathered to thy sepulchre in peace, that thy eyes may not see all the evils which I will bring; upon this place.
idcirco colligam te ad patres tuos, et colligeris ad sepulchrum tuum in pace, ut non videant oculi tui omnia mala quae inducturus sum super locum istum.

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