Isaias
 (Latin-English)



Isaias - caput 24Isaias - chapter 24


1 Ecce Dominus dissipabit terram: et nudabit eam, et affliget faciem ejus, et disperget habitatores ejus.

Behold the Lord shall lay waste the earth, and shall strip it, and shall afflict the face thereof, and scatter abroad the inhabitants thereof.

2 Et erit sicut populus, sic sacerdos; et sicut servus, sic dominus ejus; sicut ancilla, sic domina ejus; sicut emens, sic ille qui vendit; sicut fœnerator, sic is qui mutuum accipit; sicut qui repetit, sic qui debet.

And it shall be as with the people, so with the priest: and as with the servant, so with his master: as with the handmaid, so with her mistress: as with the buyer, so with the seller: as with the lender, so with the borrower: as with him that calleth for his money, so with him that oweth.

3 Dissipatione dissipabitur terra, et direptione prædabitur; Dominus enim locutus est verbum hoc.

With desolation shall the earth be laid waste, and it shall be utterly spoiled: for the Lord hath spoken this word.

4 Luxit, et defluxit terra, et infirmata est; defluxit orbis, infirmata est altitudo populi terræ.

The earth mourned, and faded away, and is weakened: the world faded away, the height of the people of the earth is weakened.

5 Et terra infecta est ab habitatoribus suis, quia transgressi sunt leges, mutaverunt jus, dissipaverunt fœdus sempiternum.

And the earth is infected by the inhabitants thereof: because they have transgressed the laws, they have changed the ordinance, they have broken the everlasting covenant.

6 Propter hoc maledictio vorabit terram, et peccabunt habitatores ejus; ideoque insanient cultores ejus, et relinquentur homines pauci.

Therefore shall a curse devour the earth, and the inhabitants thereof shall sin: and therefore they that dwell therein shall be mad, and few men shall be left.

7 Luxit vindemia, infirmata est vitis, ingemuerunt omnes qui lætabantur corde;

The vintage hath mourned, the vine hath languished away, all the merryhearted have sighed.

8 cessavit gaudium tympanorum, quievit sonitus lætantium, conticuit dulcedo citharæ.

The mirth of timbrels hath ceased, the noise of them that rejoice is ended, the melody of the harp is silent.

9 Cum cantico non bibent vinum; amara erit potio bibentibus illam.

They shall not drink wine with a song: the drink shall be bitter to them that drink it.

10 Attrita est civitas vanitatis, clausa est omnis domus, nullo intrœunte.

The city of vanity is broken down, every house is shut up, no man cometh in.

11 Clamor erit super vino in plateis, deserta est omnia lætitia, translatum est gaudium terræ.

There shall be a crying for wine in the streets: all mirth is forsaken: the joy of the earth is gone away.

12 Relicta est in urbe solitudo, et calamitas opprimet portas.

Desolation is left in the city, and calamity shall oppress the gates.

13 Quia hæc erunt in medio terræ in medio populorum, quomodo si paucæ olivæ quæ remanserunt excutiantur ex olea et racemi, cum fuerit finita vindemia.

For it shall be thus in the midst of the earth, in the midst of the people, as if a few olives, that remain, should be shaken out of the olive tree: or grapes, when the vintage is ended.

14 Hi levabunt vocem suam, atque laudabunt: cum glorificatus fuerit Dominus, hinnient de mari.

These shall lift up their voice, and shall give praise: when the Lord shall be glorified, they shall make a joyful noise from the sea.

15 Propter hoc in doctrinis glorificate Dominum; in insulis maris nomen Domini Dei Isræl.

Therefore glorify ye the Lord in instruction: the name of the Lord God of Israel in the islands of the sea.

16 A finibus terræ laudes audivimus, gloriam Justi. Et dixi: Secretum meum mihi, secretum meum mihi. Væ mihi! prævaricantes prævaricati sunt, et prævaricatione transgressorum prævaricati sunt.

From the ends of the earth we have heard praises, the glory of the just one. And I said: My secret to myself, my secret to myself, woe is me: the prevaricators have prevaricated, and with the prevarication of transgressors they have prevaricated.

17 Formido, et fovea, et laqueus super te, qui habitator es terræ.

Fear, and the pit, and the snare are upon thee, O thou inhabitant of the earth.

18 Et erit: qui fugerit a voce formidinis cadet in foveam; et qui se explicaverit de fovea tenebitur laqueo; quia cataractæ de excelsis apertæ sunt et concutientur fundamenta terræ.

And it shall come to pass, that he that shall flee from the noise of the fear, shall fall into the pit: and he that shall rid himself out of the pit, shall be taken in the snare: for the flood-gates from on high are opened, and the foundations of the earth shall be shaken.

19 Confractione confringetur terra, contritione conteretur terra, commotione commovebitur terra;

With breaking shall the earth be broken, with crushing shall the earth be crushed, with trembling shall the earth be moved.

20 agitatione agitabitur terra sicut ebrius, et auferetur quasi tabernaculum unius noctis; et gravabit eam iniquitas sua, et corruet, et non adjiciet ut resurgat.

With shaking shall the earth be shaken as a drunken man, and shall be removed as the tent of one night: and the iniquity thereof shall be heavy upon it, and it shall fell, and not rise again.

21 Et erit: in die illa visitabit Dominus super militiam cæli in excelso, et super reges terræ qui sunt super terram;

And it shall come to pass, that in that day the Lord shall visit upon the host of heaven on high, and upon the kings of the earth, on the earth.

22 et congregabuntur in congregatione unius fascis in lacum, et claudentur ibi in carcere, et post multos dies visitabuntur.

And they shall be gathered together as in the gathering of one bundle into the pit, and they shall be shut up there in prison: and after many days they shall be visited.

23 Et erubescet luna, et confundetur sol, cum regnaverit Dominus exercituum in monte Sion et in Jerusalem et in conspectu senum suorum fuerit glorificatus.

And the moon shall blush, and the sun shall be ashamed, when the Lord of hosts shall reign in mount Sion, and in Jerusalem, and shall be glorified in the sight of his ancients.
Isaias - caput 24


1 Ecce Dominus dissipabit terram: et nudabit eam, et affliget faciem ejus, et disperget habitatores ejus.

Behold the Lord shall lay waste the earth, and shall strip it, and shall afflict the face thereof, and scatter abroad the inhabitants thereof.

2 Et erit sicut populus, sic sacerdos; et sicut servus, sic dominus ejus; sicut ancilla, sic domina ejus; sicut emens, sic ille qui vendit; sicut fœnerator, sic is qui mutuum accipit; sicut qui repetit, sic qui debet.

And it shall be as with the people, so with the priest: and as with the servant, so with his master: as with the handmaid, so with her mistress: as with the buyer, so with the seller: as with the lender, so with the borrower: as with him that calleth for his money, so with him that oweth.

3 Dissipatione dissipabitur terra, et direptione prædabitur; Dominus enim locutus est verbum hoc.

With desolation shall the earth be laid waste, and it shall be utterly spoiled: for the Lord hath spoken this word.

4 Luxit, et defluxit terra, et infirmata est; defluxit orbis, infirmata est altitudo populi terræ.

The earth mourned, and faded away, and is weakened: the world faded away, the height of the people of the earth is weakened.

5 Et terra infecta est ab habitatoribus suis, quia transgressi sunt leges, mutaverunt jus, dissipaverunt fœdus sempiternum.

And the earth is infected by the inhabitants thereof: because they have transgressed the laws, they have changed the ordinance, they have broken the everlasting covenant.

6 Propter hoc maledictio vorabit terram, et peccabunt habitatores ejus; ideoque insanient cultores ejus, et relinquentur homines pauci.

Therefore shall a curse devour the earth, and the inhabitants thereof shall sin: and therefore they that dwell therein shall be mad, and few men shall be left.

7 Luxit vindemia, infirmata est vitis, ingemuerunt omnes qui lætabantur corde;

The vintage hath mourned, the vine hath languished away, all the merryhearted have sighed.

8 cessavit gaudium tympanorum, quievit sonitus lætantium, conticuit dulcedo citharæ.

The mirth of timbrels hath ceased, the noise of them that rejoice is ended, the melody of the harp is silent.

9 Cum cantico non bibent vinum; amara erit potio bibentibus illam.

They shall not drink wine with a song: the drink shall be bitter to them that drink it.

10 Attrita est civitas vanitatis, clausa est omnis domus, nullo intrœunte.

The city of vanity is broken down, every house is shut up, no man cometh in.

11 Clamor erit super vino in plateis, deserta est omnia lætitia, translatum est gaudium terræ.

There shall be a crying for wine in the streets: all mirth is forsaken: the joy of the earth is gone away.

12 Relicta est in urbe solitudo, et calamitas opprimet portas.

Desolation is left in the city, and calamity shall oppress the gates.

13 Quia hæc erunt in medio terræ in medio populorum, quomodo si paucæ olivæ quæ remanserunt excutiantur ex olea et racemi, cum fuerit finita vindemia.

For it shall be thus in the midst of the earth, in the midst of the people, as if a few olives, that remain, should be shaken out of the olive tree: or grapes, when the vintage is ended.

14 Hi levabunt vocem suam, atque laudabunt: cum glorificatus fuerit Dominus, hinnient de mari.

These shall lift up their voice, and shall give praise: when the Lord shall be glorified, they shall make a joyful noise from the sea.

15 Propter hoc in doctrinis glorificate Dominum; in insulis maris nomen Domini Dei Isræl.

Therefore glorify ye the Lord in instruction: the name of the Lord God of Israel in the islands of the sea.

16 A finibus terræ laudes audivimus, gloriam Justi. Et dixi: Secretum meum mihi, secretum meum mihi. Væ mihi! prævaricantes prævaricati sunt, et prævaricatione transgressorum prævaricati sunt.

From the ends of the earth we have heard praises, the glory of the just one. And I said: My secret to myself, my secret to myself, woe is me: the prevaricators have prevaricated, and with the prevarication of transgressors they have prevaricated.

17 Formido, et fovea, et laqueus super te, qui habitator es terræ.

Fear, and the pit, and the snare are upon thee, O thou inhabitant of the earth.

18 Et erit: qui fugerit a voce formidinis cadet in foveam; et qui se explicaverit de fovea tenebitur laqueo; quia cataractæ de excelsis apertæ sunt et concutientur fundamenta terræ.

And it shall come to pass, that he that shall flee from the noise of the fear, shall fall into the pit: and he that shall rid himself out of the pit, shall be taken in the snare: for the flood-gates from on high are opened, and the foundations of the earth shall be shaken.

19 Confractione confringetur terra, contritione conteretur terra, commotione commovebitur terra;

With breaking shall the earth be broken, with crushing shall the earth be crushed, with trembling shall the earth be moved.

20 agitatione agitabitur terra sicut ebrius, et auferetur quasi tabernaculum unius noctis; et gravabit eam iniquitas sua, et corruet, et non adjiciet ut resurgat.

With shaking shall the earth be shaken as a drunken man, and shall be removed as the tent of one night: and the iniquity thereof shall be heavy upon it, and it shall fell, and not rise again.

21 Et erit: in die illa visitabit Dominus super militiam cæli in excelso, et super reges terræ qui sunt super terram;

And it shall come to pass, that in that day the Lord shall visit upon the host of heaven on high, and upon the kings of the earth, on the earth.

22 et congregabuntur in congregatione unius fascis in lacum, et claudentur ibi in carcere, et post multos dies visitabuntur.

And they shall be gathered together as in the gathering of one bundle into the pit, and they shall be shut up there in prison: and after many days they shall be visited.

23 Et erubescet luna, et confundetur sol, cum regnaverit Dominus exercituum in monte Sion et in Jerusalem et in conspectu senum suorum fuerit glorificatus.

And the moon shall blush, and the sun shall be ashamed, when the Lord of hosts shall reign in mount Sion, and in Jerusalem, and shall be glorified in the sight of his ancients.
Isaias - caput 24


1 Ecce Dominus dissipabit terram: et nudabit eam, et affliget faciem ejus, et disperget habitatores ejus.

Behold the Lord shall lay waste the earth, and shall strip it, and shall afflict the face thereof, and scatter abroad the inhabitants thereof.

2 Et erit sicut populus, sic sacerdos; et sicut servus, sic dominus ejus; sicut ancilla, sic domina ejus; sicut emens, sic ille qui vendit; sicut fœnerator, sic is qui mutuum accipit; sicut qui repetit, sic qui debet.

And it shall be as with the people, so with the priest: and as with the servant, so with his master: as with the handmaid, so with her mistress: as with the buyer, so with the seller: as with the lender, so with the borrower: as with him that calleth for his money, so with him that oweth.

3 Dissipatione dissipabitur terra, et direptione prædabitur; Dominus enim locutus est verbum hoc.

With desolation shall the earth be laid waste, and it shall be utterly spoiled: for the Lord hath spoken this word.

4 Luxit, et defluxit terra, et infirmata est; defluxit orbis, infirmata est altitudo populi terræ.

The earth mourned, and faded away, and is weakened: the world faded away, the height of the people of the earth is weakened.

5 Et terra infecta est ab habitatoribus suis, quia transgressi sunt leges, mutaverunt jus, dissipaverunt fœdus sempiternum.

And the earth is infected by the inhabitants thereof: because they have transgressed the laws, they have changed the ordinance, they have broken the everlasting covenant.

6 Propter hoc maledictio vorabit terram, et peccabunt habitatores ejus; ideoque insanient cultores ejus, et relinquentur homines pauci.

Therefore shall a curse devour the earth, and the inhabitants thereof shall sin: and therefore they that dwell therein shall be mad, and few men shall be left.

7 Luxit vindemia, infirmata est vitis, ingemuerunt omnes qui lætabantur corde;

The vintage hath mourned, the vine hath languished away, all the merryhearted have sighed.

8 cessavit gaudium tympanorum, quievit sonitus lætantium, conticuit dulcedo citharæ.

The mirth of timbrels hath ceased, the noise of them that rejoice is ended, the melody of the harp is silent.

9 Cum cantico non bibent vinum; amara erit potio bibentibus illam.

They shall not drink wine with a song: the drink shall be bitter to them that drink it.

10 Attrita est civitas vanitatis, clausa est omnis domus, nullo intrœunte.

The city of vanity is broken down, every house is shut up, no man cometh in.

11 Clamor erit super vino in plateis, deserta est omnia lætitia, translatum est gaudium terræ.

There shall be a crying for wine in the streets: all mirth is forsaken: the joy of the earth is gone away.

12 Relicta est in urbe solitudo, et calamitas opprimet portas.

Desolation is left in the city, and calamity shall oppress the gates.

13 Quia hæc erunt in medio terræ in medio populorum, quomodo si paucæ olivæ quæ remanserunt excutiantur ex olea et racemi, cum fuerit finita vindemia.

For it shall be thus in the midst of the earth, in the midst of the people, as if a few olives, that remain, should be shaken out of the olive tree: or grapes, when the vintage is ended.

14 Hi levabunt vocem suam, atque laudabunt: cum glorificatus fuerit Dominus, hinnient de mari.

These shall lift up their voice, and shall give praise: when the Lord shall be glorified, they shall make a joyful noise from the sea.

15 Propter hoc in doctrinis glorificate Dominum; in insulis maris nomen Domini Dei Isræl.

Therefore glorify ye the Lord in instruction: the name of the Lord God of Israel in the islands of the sea.

16 A finibus terræ laudes audivimus, gloriam Justi. Et dixi: Secretum meum mihi, secretum meum mihi. Væ mihi! prævaricantes prævaricati sunt, et prævaricatione transgressorum prævaricati sunt.

From the ends of the earth we have heard praises, the glory of the just one. And I said: My secret to myself, my secret to myself, woe is me: the prevaricators have prevaricated, and with the prevarication of transgressors they have prevaricated.

17 Formido, et fovea, et laqueus super te, qui habitator es terræ.

Fear, and the pit, and the snare are upon thee, O thou inhabitant of the earth.

18 Et erit: qui fugerit a voce formidinis cadet in foveam; et qui se explicaverit de fovea tenebitur laqueo; quia cataractæ de excelsis apertæ sunt et concutientur fundamenta terræ.

And it shall come to pass, that he that shall flee from the noise of the fear, shall fall into the pit: and he that shall rid himself out of the pit, shall be taken in the snare: for the flood-gates from on high are opened, and the foundations of the earth shall be shaken.

19 Confractione confringetur terra, contritione conteretur terra, commotione commovebitur terra;

With breaking shall the earth be broken, with crushing shall the earth be crushed, with trembling shall the earth be moved.

20 agitatione agitabitur terra sicut ebrius, et auferetur quasi tabernaculum unius noctis; et gravabit eam iniquitas sua, et corruet, et non adjiciet ut resurgat.

With shaking shall the earth be shaken as a drunken man, and shall be removed as the tent of one night: and the iniquity thereof shall be heavy upon it, and it shall fell, and not rise again.

21 Et erit: in die illa visitabit Dominus super militiam cæli in excelso, et super reges terræ qui sunt super terram;

And it shall come to pass, that in that day the Lord shall visit upon the host of heaven on high, and upon the kings of the earth, on the earth.

22 et congregabuntur in congregatione unius fascis in lacum, et claudentur ibi in carcere, et post multos dies visitabuntur.

And they shall be gathered together as in the gathering of one bundle into the pit, and they shall be shut up there in prison: and after many days they shall be visited.

23 Et erubescet luna, et confundetur sol, cum regnaverit Dominus exercituum in monte Sion et in Jerusalem et in conspectu senum suorum fuerit glorificatus.

And the moon shall blush, and the sun shall be ashamed, when the Lord of hosts shall reign in mount Sion, and in Jerusalem, and shall be glorified in the sight of his ancients.