Ecclesiasticus
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Ecclesiasticus - caput 24Ecclesiasticus - chapter 24


1 Sapientia laudabit animam suam, et in Deo honorabitur, et in medio populi sui gloriabitur,

Wisdom shall praise her own self, and shall be honoured in God, and shall glory in the midst of her people,

2 et in ecclesiis Altissimi aperiet os suum, et in conspectu virtutis illius gloriabitur,

And shall open her mouth in the churches of the most High, and shall glorify herself in the sight of his power,

3 et in medio populi sui exaltabitur, et in plenitudine sancta admirabitur,

And in the midst of her own people she shall be exalted, and shall be admired in the holy assembly.

4 et in multitudine electorum habebit laudem, et inter benedictos benedicetur, dicens:

And in the multitude of the elect she shall have praise, and among the blessed she shall be blessed, saying:

5 Ego ex ore Altissimi prodivi, primogenita ante omnem creaturam.

I came out of the mouth of the most High, the firstborn before all creatures:

6 Ego feci in cælis ut oriretur lumen indeficiens, et sicut nebula texi omnem terram.

I made that in the heavens there should rise light that never faileth, and as a cloud I covered all the earth:

7 Ego in altissimis habitavi, et thronus meus in columna nubis.

I dwelt in the highest places, and my throne is in a pillar of a cloud.

8 Gyrum cæli circuivi sola, et profundum abyssi penetravi: in fluctibus maris ambulavi.

I alone have compassed the circuit of heaven, and have penetrated into the bottom of the deep, and have walked in the waves of the sea,

9 Et in omni terra steti: et in omni populo,

And have stood in all the earth: and in every people,

10 et in omni gente primatum habui:

And in every nation I have had the chief rule:

11 et omnium excellentium et humilium corda virtute calcavi. Et in his omnibus requiem quæsivi, et in hæreditate Domini morabor.

And by my power I have trodden under my feet the hearts of all the high and low: and in all these I sought rest, and I shall abide in the inheritance of the Lord.

12 Tunc præcepit, et dixit mihi Creator omnium: et qui creavit me, requievit in tabernaculo meo.

Then the creator of all things commanded, and said to me: and he that made me, rested in my tabernacle,

13 Et dixit mihi: In Jacob inhabita, et in Isræl hæreditare, et in electis meis mitte radices.

And he said to me: Let thy dwelling be in Jacob, and thy inheritance in Israel, and take root in my elect.

14 Ab initio et ante sæcula creata sum, et usque ad futurum sæculum non desinam: et in habitatione sancta coram ipso ministravi.

From the beginning, and before the world, was I created, and unto the world to come I shall not cease to be, and in the holy dwelling place I have ministered before him.

15 Et sic in Sion firmata sum, et in civitate sanctificata similiter requievi, et in Jerusalem potestas mea.

And so was I established in Sion, and in the holy city likewise I rested, and my power was in Jerusalem.

16 Et radicavi in populo honorificato, et in parte Dei mei hæreditas illius, et in plenitudine sanctorum detentio mea.

And I took root in an honourable people, and in the portion of my God his inheritance, and my abode is in the full assembly of saints.

17 Quasi cedrus exaltata sum in Libano, et quasi cypressus in monte Sion:

I was exalted like a cedar in Libanus, and as a cypress tree on mount Sion.

18 quasi palma exaltata sum in Cades, et quasi plantatio rosæ in Jericho:

I was exalted like a palm tree in Cades, and as a rose plant in Jericho:

19 quasi oliva speciosa in campis, et quasi platanus exaltata sum juxta aquam in plateis.

As a fair olive tree in the plains, and as a plane tree by the water in the streets, was I exalted.

20 Sicut cinnamomum et balsamum aromatizans odorem dedi; quasi myrrha electa dedi suavitatem odoris:

I gave a sweet smell like cinnamon. and aromatical balm: I yielded a sweet odour like the best myrrh:

21 et quasi storax, et galbanus, et ungula, et gutta, et quasi Libanus non incisus vaporavi habitationem meam, et quasi balsamum non mistum odor meus.

And I perfumed my dwelling as storax, and galbanum, and onyx, and aloes, and as the frankincense not cut, and my odour is as the purest balm.

22 Ego quasi terebinthus extendi ramos meos, et rami mei honoris et gratiæ.

I have stretched out my branches as the turpentine tree, and my branches are of honour and grace.

23 Ego quasi vitis fructificavi suavitatem odoris: et flores mei fructus honoris et honestatis.

As the vine I have brought forth a pleasant odour: and my flowers are the fruit of honour and riches.

24 Ego mater pulchræ dilectionis, et timoris, et agnitionis, et sanctæ spei.

I am the mother of fair love, and of fear, and of knowledge, and of holy hope.

25 In me gratia omnis viæ et veritatis: in me omnis spes vitæ et virtutis.

In me is all grace of the way and of the truth, in me is all hope of life and of virtue.

26 Transite ad me, omnes qui concupiscitis me, et a generationibus meis implemini:

Come over to me, all ye that desire me, and be filled with my fruits.

27 spiritus enim meus super mel dulcis, et hæreditas mea super mel et favum.

For my spirit is sweet above honey, and my inheritance above honey and the honeycomb.

28 Memoria mea in generatione sæculorum.

My memory is unto everlasting generations.

29 Qui edunt me, adhuc esurient, et qui bibunt me, adhuc sitient.

They that eat me, shall yet hunger: and they that drink me, shall yet thirst.

30 Qui audit me non confundetur, et qui operantur in me non peccabunt:

He that hearkeneth to me, shall not be confounded: and they that work by me, shall not sin.

31 qui elucidant me, vitam æternam habebunt.

They that explain me shall have life everlasting.

32 Hæc omnia liber vitæ, et testamentum Altissimi, et agnitio veritatis.

All these things are the book of life, and the covenant of the most High, and the knowledge of truth.

33 Legem mandavit Moyses in præceptis justitiarum, et hæreditatem domui Jacob, et Isræl promissiones.

Moses commanded a law in the precepts of justices, and an inheritance to the house of Jacob, and the promises to Israel.

34 Posuit David, puero suo, excitare regem ex ipso fortissimum, et in throno honoris sedentem in sempiternum.

He appointed to David his servant to raise up of him a most mighty king, and sitting on the throne of glory for ever.

35 Qui implet quasi Phison sapientiam, et sicut Tigris in diebus novorum:

Who filleth up wisdom as the Phison, and as the Tigris in the days of the new fruits.

36 qui adimplet quasi Euphrates sensum, qui multiplicat quasi Jordanis in tempore messis:

Who maketh understanding to abound as the Euphrates, who multiplieth it as the Jordan in the time of harvest.

37 qui mittit disciplinam sicut lucem, et assistens quasi Gehon in die vindemiæ.

Who sendeth knowledge as the light, and riseth up as Gehon in the time of the vintage.

38 Qui perficit primus scire ipsam, et infirmior non investigabit eam.

Who first hath perfect knowledge of her, and a weaker shall not search her out.

39 A mari enim abundavit cogitatio ejus, et consilium illius ab abysso magna.

For her thoughts are more vast than the sea, and her counsels more deep than the great ocean.

40 Ego sapientiam effudi flumina:

I, wisdom, have poured out rivers.

41 ego quasi trames aquæ immensæ de fluvio: ego quasi fluvii dioryx, et sicut aquæductus exivi de paradiso.

I, like a brook out of a river of a mighty water; I, like a channel of a river. and like an aqueduct, came out of paradise.

42 Dixi: Rigabo hortum meum plantationum, et inebriabo prati mei fructum.

I said: I will water my garden of plants, and I will water abundantly the fruits of my meadow.

43 Et ecce factus est mihi trames abundans, et fluvius meus appropinquavit ad mare:

And behold my brook became a great river, and my river came near to a sea:

44 quoniam doctrinam quasi antelucanum illumino omnibus, et enarrabo illam usque ad longinquum.

For I make doctrine to shine forth to all as the morning light, and I will declare it afar off.

45 Penetrabo omnes inferiores partes terræ, et inspiciam omnes dormientes, et illuminabo omnes sperantes in Domino.

I will penetrate to all the lower parts of the earth, and will behold all that sleep, and will enlighten all that hope in the Lord.

46 Adhuc doctrinam quasi prophetiam effundam, et relinquam illam quærentibus sapientiam, et non desinam in progenies illorum usque in ævum sanctum.

I will yet pour out doctrine as prophecy, and will leave it to them that seek wisdom, and will not cease to instruct their offspring even to the holy age.

47 Videte quoniam non soli mihi laboravi, sed omnibus exquirentibus veritatem.

See ye that I have not laboured for myself only, but for all that seek out the truth.
Ecclesiasticus - caput 24


1 Sapientia laudabit animam suam, et in Deo honorabitur, et in medio populi sui gloriabitur,

Wisdom shall praise her own self, and shall be honoured in God, and shall glory in the midst of her people,

2 et in ecclesiis Altissimi aperiet os suum, et in conspectu virtutis illius gloriabitur,

And shall open her mouth in the churches of the most High, and shall glorify herself in the sight of his power,

3 et in medio populi sui exaltabitur, et in plenitudine sancta admirabitur,

And in the midst of her own people she shall be exalted, and shall be admired in the holy assembly.

4 et in multitudine electorum habebit laudem, et inter benedictos benedicetur, dicens:

And in the multitude of the elect she shall have praise, and among the blessed she shall be blessed, saying:

5 Ego ex ore Altissimi prodivi, primogenita ante omnem creaturam.

I came out of the mouth of the most High, the firstborn before all creatures:

6 Ego feci in cælis ut oriretur lumen indeficiens, et sicut nebula texi omnem terram.

I made that in the heavens there should rise light that never faileth, and as a cloud I covered all the earth:

7 Ego in altissimis habitavi, et thronus meus in columna nubis.

I dwelt in the highest places, and my throne is in a pillar of a cloud.

8 Gyrum cæli circuivi sola, et profundum abyssi penetravi: in fluctibus maris ambulavi.

I alone have compassed the circuit of heaven, and have penetrated into the bottom of the deep, and have walked in the waves of the sea,

9 Et in omni terra steti: et in omni populo,

And have stood in all the earth: and in every people,

10 et in omni gente primatum habui:

And in every nation I have had the chief rule:

11 et omnium excellentium et humilium corda virtute calcavi. Et in his omnibus requiem quæsivi, et in hæreditate Domini morabor.

And by my power I have trodden under my feet the hearts of all the high and low: and in all these I sought rest, and I shall abide in the inheritance of the Lord.

12 Tunc præcepit, et dixit mihi Creator omnium: et qui creavit me, requievit in tabernaculo meo.

Then the creator of all things commanded, and said to me: and he that made me, rested in my tabernacle,

13 Et dixit mihi: In Jacob inhabita, et in Isræl hæreditare, et in electis meis mitte radices.

And he said to me: Let thy dwelling be in Jacob, and thy inheritance in Israel, and take root in my elect.

14 Ab initio et ante sæcula creata sum, et usque ad futurum sæculum non desinam: et in habitatione sancta coram ipso ministravi.

From the beginning, and before the world, was I created, and unto the world to come I shall not cease to be, and in the holy dwelling place I have ministered before him.

15 Et sic in Sion firmata sum, et in civitate sanctificata similiter requievi, et in Jerusalem potestas mea.

And so was I established in Sion, and in the holy city likewise I rested, and my power was in Jerusalem.

16 Et radicavi in populo honorificato, et in parte Dei mei hæreditas illius, et in plenitudine sanctorum detentio mea.

And I took root in an honourable people, and in the portion of my God his inheritance, and my abode is in the full assembly of saints.

17 Quasi cedrus exaltata sum in Libano, et quasi cypressus in monte Sion:

I was exalted like a cedar in Libanus, and as a cypress tree on mount Sion.

18 quasi palma exaltata sum in Cades, et quasi plantatio rosæ in Jericho:

I was exalted like a palm tree in Cades, and as a rose plant in Jericho:

19 quasi oliva speciosa in campis, et quasi platanus exaltata sum juxta aquam in plateis.

As a fair olive tree in the plains, and as a plane tree by the water in the streets, was I exalted.

20 Sicut cinnamomum et balsamum aromatizans odorem dedi; quasi myrrha electa dedi suavitatem odoris:

I gave a sweet smell like cinnamon. and aromatical balm: I yielded a sweet odour like the best myrrh:

21 et quasi storax, et galbanus, et ungula, et gutta, et quasi Libanus non incisus vaporavi habitationem meam, et quasi balsamum non mistum odor meus.

And I perfumed my dwelling as storax, and galbanum, and onyx, and aloes, and as the frankincense not cut, and my odour is as the purest balm.

22 Ego quasi terebinthus extendi ramos meos, et rami mei honoris et gratiæ.

I have stretched out my branches as the turpentine tree, and my branches are of honour and grace.

23 Ego quasi vitis fructificavi suavitatem odoris: et flores mei fructus honoris et honestatis.

As the vine I have brought forth a pleasant odour: and my flowers are the fruit of honour and riches.

24 Ego mater pulchræ dilectionis, et timoris, et agnitionis, et sanctæ spei.

I am the mother of fair love, and of fear, and of knowledge, and of holy hope.

25 In me gratia omnis viæ et veritatis: in me omnis spes vitæ et virtutis.

In me is all grace of the way and of the truth, in me is all hope of life and of virtue.

26 Transite ad me, omnes qui concupiscitis me, et a generationibus meis implemini:

Come over to me, all ye that desire me, and be filled with my fruits.

27 spiritus enim meus super mel dulcis, et hæreditas mea super mel et favum.

For my spirit is sweet above honey, and my inheritance above honey and the honeycomb.

28 Memoria mea in generatione sæculorum.

My memory is unto everlasting generations.

29 Qui edunt me, adhuc esurient, et qui bibunt me, adhuc sitient.

They that eat me, shall yet hunger: and they that drink me, shall yet thirst.

30 Qui audit me non confundetur, et qui operantur in me non peccabunt:

He that hearkeneth to me, shall not be confounded: and they that work by me, shall not sin.

31 qui elucidant me, vitam æternam habebunt.

They that explain me shall have life everlasting.

32 Hæc omnia liber vitæ, et testamentum Altissimi, et agnitio veritatis.

All these things are the book of life, and the covenant of the most High, and the knowledge of truth.

33 Legem mandavit Moyses in præceptis justitiarum, et hæreditatem domui Jacob, et Isræl promissiones.

Moses commanded a law in the precepts of justices, and an inheritance to the house of Jacob, and the promises to Israel.

34 Posuit David, puero suo, excitare regem ex ipso fortissimum, et in throno honoris sedentem in sempiternum.

He appointed to David his servant to raise up of him a most mighty king, and sitting on the throne of glory for ever.

35 Qui implet quasi Phison sapientiam, et sicut Tigris in diebus novorum:

Who filleth up wisdom as the Phison, and as the Tigris in the days of the new fruits.

36 qui adimplet quasi Euphrates sensum, qui multiplicat quasi Jordanis in tempore messis:

Who maketh understanding to abound as the Euphrates, who multiplieth it as the Jordan in the time of harvest.

37 qui mittit disciplinam sicut lucem, et assistens quasi Gehon in die vindemiæ.

Who sendeth knowledge as the light, and riseth up as Gehon in the time of the vintage.

38 Qui perficit primus scire ipsam, et infirmior non investigabit eam.

Who first hath perfect knowledge of her, and a weaker shall not search her out.

39 A mari enim abundavit cogitatio ejus, et consilium illius ab abysso magna.

For her thoughts are more vast than the sea, and her counsels more deep than the great ocean.

40 Ego sapientiam effudi flumina:

I, wisdom, have poured out rivers.

41 ego quasi trames aquæ immensæ de fluvio: ego quasi fluvii dioryx, et sicut aquæductus exivi de paradiso.

I, like a brook out of a river of a mighty water; I, like a channel of a river. and like an aqueduct, came out of paradise.

42 Dixi: Rigabo hortum meum plantationum, et inebriabo prati mei fructum.

I said: I will water my garden of plants, and I will water abundantly the fruits of my meadow.

43 Et ecce factus est mihi trames abundans, et fluvius meus appropinquavit ad mare:

And behold my brook became a great river, and my river came near to a sea:

44 quoniam doctrinam quasi antelucanum illumino omnibus, et enarrabo illam usque ad longinquum.

For I make doctrine to shine forth to all as the morning light, and I will declare it afar off.

45 Penetrabo omnes inferiores partes terræ, et inspiciam omnes dormientes, et illuminabo omnes sperantes in Domino.

I will penetrate to all the lower parts of the earth, and will behold all that sleep, and will enlighten all that hope in the Lord.

46 Adhuc doctrinam quasi prophetiam effundam, et relinquam illam quærentibus sapientiam, et non desinam in progenies illorum usque in ævum sanctum.

I will yet pour out doctrine as prophecy, and will leave it to them that seek wisdom, and will not cease to instruct their offspring even to the holy age.

47 Videte quoniam non soli mihi laboravi, sed omnibus exquirentibus veritatem.

See ye that I have not laboured for myself only, but for all that seek out the truth.
Ecclesiasticus - caput 24


1 Sapientia laudabit animam suam, et in Deo honorabitur, et in medio populi sui gloriabitur,

Wisdom shall praise her own self, and shall be honoured in God, and shall glory in the midst of her people,

2 et in ecclesiis Altissimi aperiet os suum, et in conspectu virtutis illius gloriabitur,

And shall open her mouth in the churches of the most High, and shall glorify herself in the sight of his power,

3 et in medio populi sui exaltabitur, et in plenitudine sancta admirabitur,

And in the midst of her own people she shall be exalted, and shall be admired in the holy assembly.

4 et in multitudine electorum habebit laudem, et inter benedictos benedicetur, dicens:

And in the multitude of the elect she shall have praise, and among the blessed she shall be blessed, saying:

5 Ego ex ore Altissimi prodivi, primogenita ante omnem creaturam.

I came out of the mouth of the most High, the firstborn before all creatures:

6 Ego feci in cælis ut oriretur lumen indeficiens, et sicut nebula texi omnem terram.

I made that in the heavens there should rise light that never faileth, and as a cloud I covered all the earth:

7 Ego in altissimis habitavi, et thronus meus in columna nubis.

I dwelt in the highest places, and my throne is in a pillar of a cloud.

8 Gyrum cæli circuivi sola, et profundum abyssi penetravi: in fluctibus maris ambulavi.

I alone have compassed the circuit of heaven, and have penetrated into the bottom of the deep, and have walked in the waves of the sea,

9 Et in omni terra steti: et in omni populo,

And have stood in all the earth: and in every people,

10 et in omni gente primatum habui:

And in every nation I have had the chief rule:

11 et omnium excellentium et humilium corda virtute calcavi. Et in his omnibus requiem quæsivi, et in hæreditate Domini morabor.

And by my power I have trodden under my feet the hearts of all the high and low: and in all these I sought rest, and I shall abide in the inheritance of the Lord.

12 Tunc præcepit, et dixit mihi Creator omnium: et qui creavit me, requievit in tabernaculo meo.

Then the creator of all things commanded, and said to me: and he that made me, rested in my tabernacle,

13 Et dixit mihi: In Jacob inhabita, et in Isræl hæreditare, et in electis meis mitte radices.

And he said to me: Let thy dwelling be in Jacob, and thy inheritance in Israel, and take root in my elect.

14 Ab initio et ante sæcula creata sum, et usque ad futurum sæculum non desinam: et in habitatione sancta coram ipso ministravi.

From the beginning, and before the world, was I created, and unto the world to come I shall not cease to be, and in the holy dwelling place I have ministered before him.

15 Et sic in Sion firmata sum, et in civitate sanctificata similiter requievi, et in Jerusalem potestas mea.

And so was I established in Sion, and in the holy city likewise I rested, and my power was in Jerusalem.

16 Et radicavi in populo honorificato, et in parte Dei mei hæreditas illius, et in plenitudine sanctorum detentio mea.

And I took root in an honourable people, and in the portion of my God his inheritance, and my abode is in the full assembly of saints.

17 Quasi cedrus exaltata sum in Libano, et quasi cypressus in monte Sion:

I was exalted like a cedar in Libanus, and as a cypress tree on mount Sion.

18 quasi palma exaltata sum in Cades, et quasi plantatio rosæ in Jericho:

I was exalted like a palm tree in Cades, and as a rose plant in Jericho:

19 quasi oliva speciosa in campis, et quasi platanus exaltata sum juxta aquam in plateis.

As a fair olive tree in the plains, and as a plane tree by the water in the streets, was I exalted.

20 Sicut cinnamomum et balsamum aromatizans odorem dedi; quasi myrrha electa dedi suavitatem odoris:

I gave a sweet smell like cinnamon. and aromatical balm: I yielded a sweet odour like the best myrrh:

21 et quasi storax, et galbanus, et ungula, et gutta, et quasi Libanus non incisus vaporavi habitationem meam, et quasi balsamum non mistum odor meus.

And I perfumed my dwelling as storax, and galbanum, and onyx, and aloes, and as the frankincense not cut, and my odour is as the purest balm.

22 Ego quasi terebinthus extendi ramos meos, et rami mei honoris et gratiæ.

I have stretched out my branches as the turpentine tree, and my branches are of honour and grace.

23 Ego quasi vitis fructificavi suavitatem odoris: et flores mei fructus honoris et honestatis.

As the vine I have brought forth a pleasant odour: and my flowers are the fruit of honour and riches.

24 Ego mater pulchræ dilectionis, et timoris, et agnitionis, et sanctæ spei.

I am the mother of fair love, and of fear, and of knowledge, and of holy hope.

25 In me gratia omnis viæ et veritatis: in me omnis spes vitæ et virtutis.

In me is all grace of the way and of the truth, in me is all hope of life and of virtue.

26 Transite ad me, omnes qui concupiscitis me, et a generationibus meis implemini:

Come over to me, all ye that desire me, and be filled with my fruits.

27 spiritus enim meus super mel dulcis, et hæreditas mea super mel et favum.

For my spirit is sweet above honey, and my inheritance above honey and the honeycomb.

28 Memoria mea in generatione sæculorum.

My memory is unto everlasting generations.

29 Qui edunt me, adhuc esurient, et qui bibunt me, adhuc sitient.

They that eat me, shall yet hunger: and they that drink me, shall yet thirst.

30 Qui audit me non confundetur, et qui operantur in me non peccabunt:

He that hearkeneth to me, shall not be confounded: and they that work by me, shall not sin.

31 qui elucidant me, vitam æternam habebunt.

They that explain me shall have life everlasting.

32 Hæc omnia liber vitæ, et testamentum Altissimi, et agnitio veritatis.

All these things are the book of life, and the covenant of the most High, and the knowledge of truth.

33 Legem mandavit Moyses in præceptis justitiarum, et hæreditatem domui Jacob, et Isræl promissiones.

Moses commanded a law in the precepts of justices, and an inheritance to the house of Jacob, and the promises to Israel.

34 Posuit David, puero suo, excitare regem ex ipso fortissimum, et in throno honoris sedentem in sempiternum.

He appointed to David his servant to raise up of him a most mighty king, and sitting on the throne of glory for ever.

35 Qui implet quasi Phison sapientiam, et sicut Tigris in diebus novorum:

Who filleth up wisdom as the Phison, and as the Tigris in the days of the new fruits.

36 qui adimplet quasi Euphrates sensum, qui multiplicat quasi Jordanis in tempore messis:

Who maketh understanding to abound as the Euphrates, who multiplieth it as the Jordan in the time of harvest.

37 qui mittit disciplinam sicut lucem, et assistens quasi Gehon in die vindemiæ.

Who sendeth knowledge as the light, and riseth up as Gehon in the time of the vintage.

38 Qui perficit primus scire ipsam, et infirmior non investigabit eam.

Who first hath perfect knowledge of her, and a weaker shall not search her out.

39 A mari enim abundavit cogitatio ejus, et consilium illius ab abysso magna.

For her thoughts are more vast than the sea, and her counsels more deep than the great ocean.

40 Ego sapientiam effudi flumina:

I, wisdom, have poured out rivers.

41 ego quasi trames aquæ immensæ de fluvio: ego quasi fluvii dioryx, et sicut aquæductus exivi de paradiso.

I, like a brook out of a river of a mighty water; I, like a channel of a river. and like an aqueduct, came out of paradise.

42 Dixi: Rigabo hortum meum plantationum, et inebriabo prati mei fructum.

I said: I will water my garden of plants, and I will water abundantly the fruits of my meadow.

43 Et ecce factus est mihi trames abundans, et fluvius meus appropinquavit ad mare:

And behold my brook became a great river, and my river came near to a sea:

44 quoniam doctrinam quasi antelucanum illumino omnibus, et enarrabo illam usque ad longinquum.

For I make doctrine to shine forth to all as the morning light, and I will declare it afar off.

45 Penetrabo omnes inferiores partes terræ, et inspiciam omnes dormientes, et illuminabo omnes sperantes in Domino.

I will penetrate to all the lower parts of the earth, and will behold all that sleep, and will enlighten all that hope in the Lord.

46 Adhuc doctrinam quasi prophetiam effundam, et relinquam illam quærentibus sapientiam, et non desinam in progenies illorum usque in ævum sanctum.

I will yet pour out doctrine as prophecy, and will leave it to them that seek wisdom, and will not cease to instruct their offspring even to the holy age.

47 Videte quoniam non soli mihi laboravi, sed omnibus exquirentibus veritatem.

See ye that I have not laboured for myself only, but for all that seek out the truth.