PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Psalms 107:35
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LXX- Greek Septuagint - Psalms 106:35 εθετο 5087 5639 ερημον 2048 εις 1519 λιμνας υδατων 5204 και 2532 γην 1093 ανυδρον εις 1519 διεξοδους 1327 υδατων 5204
Douay Rheims Bible He hath turned a wilderness into pools of water, and a dry land into water springs.
King James Bible - Psalms 107:35 He turneth the wilderness into a standing water, and dry ground into watersprings.
World English Bible He turns a desert into a pool of water, and a dry land into water springs.
Early Church Father Links Npnf-108 ii.CVI Pg 67
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Early Christian Commentary - (A.D. 100 - A.D. 325)
Anf-01 ix.vi.xxxiv Pg 69 and that “the hands which hang down, and the feeble knees, shall be strengthened,”4310
Isa. xxxv. 5, 6.
Anf-01 viii.ii.xlviii Pg 2 And that He did those things, you can learn from the Acts of Pontius Pilate. And how it was predicted by the Spirit of prophecy that He and those who hoped in Him should be slain, hear what was said by Isaiah. These are the words: “Behold now the righteous perisheth, and no man layeth it to heart; and just men are taken away, and no man considereth. From the presence of wickedness is the righteous man taken, and his burial shall be in peace: he is taken from our midst.”1868
Isa. xxxv. 6.
Anf-03 iv.ix.ix Pg 70 and so on; which works not even you deny that Christ did, inasmuch as you were wont to say that, “on account of the works ye stoned Him not, but because He did them on the Sabbaths.”1312
See Isa. xxxv. 4, 5, 6.
Anf-03 v.iv.v.xxiv Pg 52 When, therefore, He proclaimed the benefits of His cures, then also did He put the scorpions and the serpents under the feet of His saints—even He who had first received this power from the Father, in order to bestow it upon others and then manifested it forth conformably to the order of prophecy.4464
Isa. xxxv. 3, 5, 6, Sept.
4464 Secundum ordinem prædicationis.
Anf-03 v.viii.xx Pg 17 No doubt we are accustomed also to give a spiritual significance to these statements of prophecy, according to the analogy of the physical diseases which were healed by the Lord; but still they were all fulfilled literally: thus showing that the prophets foretold both senses, except that very many of their words can only be taken in a pure and simple signification, and free from all allegorical obscurity; as when we hear of the downfall of nations and cities, of Tyre and Egypt, and Babylon and Edom, and the navy of Carthage; also when they foretell Israel’s own chastisements and pardons, its captivities, restorations, and at last its final dispersion. Who would prefer affixing a metaphorical interpretation to all these events, instead of accepting their literal truth? The realities are involved in the words, just as the words are read in the realities. Thus, then, (we find that) the allegorical style is not used in all parts of the prophetic record, although it occasionally occurs in certain portions of it.
Npnf-201 iii.xvi.iv Pg 100
Npnf-201 iii.xvi.iv Pg 92
Anf-01 viii.iv.lxix Pg 4 The spring of living water which gushed forth from God in the land destitute of the knowledge of God, namely the land of the Gentiles, was this Christ, who also appeared in your nation, and healed those who were maimed, and deaf, and lame in body from their birth, causing them to leap, to hear, and to see, by His word. And having raised the dead, and causing them to live, by His deeds He compelled the men who lived at that time to recognise Him. But though they saw such works, they asserted it was magical art. For they dared to call Him a magician, and a deceiver of the people. Yet He wrought such works, and persuaded those who were [destined to] believe on Him; for even if any one be labouring under a defect of body, yet be an observer of the doctrines delivered by Him, He shall raise him up at His second advent perfectly sound, after He has made him immortal, and incorruptible, and free from grief.
Isa. xxxv. 1–7.
hands was cut out of a great mountain, has been imitated by them, and that they have attempted likewise to imitate the whole of Isaiah’s2210
2210 The text here has ταῦτα ποιῆσαι ὁμοίως. Maranus suggests ᾽Ησαίου for ποιῆσαι; and so we have translated. words?2211
2211 Justin says that the priests of Mithras imitated all the words of Isaiah about to be quoted; and to prove it, is content with a single example, namely, the precepts of righteousness, which they were wont to relate to him, as in these words of Isaiah: “He who walks in righteousness,” etc. Justin omitted many other passages, as easy and obvious. For since Mithras is the same as fire, it manifestly answers to the fire of which Isaiah speaks. And since Justin reminded them who are initiated, that they are said to be initiated by Mithras himself, it was not necessary to remind them that the words of Isaiah are imitated in this: “You shall see the King with glory.” Bread and water are referred to by Isaiah: so also in these mysteries of Mithras, Justin testifies that bread and a cup of water are placed before them (Apol. i.).—Maranus. For they2212
2212 i.e., the devils. contrived that the words of righteousness be quoted also by them.2213
2213 i.e., the priests of Mithras. But I must repeat to you the words of Isaiah referred to, in order that from them you may know that these things are so. They are these: ‘Hear, ye that are far off, what I have done; those that are near shall know my might. The sinners in Zion are removed; trembling shall seize the impious. Who shall announce to you the everlasting place? The man who walks in righteousness, speaks in the right way, hates sin and unrighteousness, and keeps his hands pure from bribes, stops the ears from hearing the unjust judgment of blood closes the eyes from seeing unrighteousness: he shall dwell in the lofty cave of the strong rock. Bread shall be given to him, and his water [shall be] sure. Ye shall see the King with glory, and your eyes shall look far off. Your soul shall pursue diligently the fear of the Lord. Where is the scribe? where are the counsellors? where is he that numbers those who are nourished,—the small and great people? with whom they did not take counsel, nor knew the depth of the voices, so that they heard not. The people who are become depreciated, and there is no understanding in him who hears.’2214
Npnf-201 iii.xvi.iv Pg 92
Npnf-201 iii.xvi.iv Pg 102
Anf-03 v.v.xxxiv Pg 14 Even “the sea shall be no more.”6501
Isa. xli. 17.
Anf-03 v.iv.iv.v Pg 10 In like manner, when, foretelling the conversion of the Gentiles, He says, “The beasts of the field shall honour me, the dragons and the owls,” He surely never meant to derive3151
Isa. xli. 18, 19, inexactly quoted.
3151 Relaturus. His fortunate omens from the young of birds and foxes, and from the songsters of marvel and fable. But why enlarge on such a subject? When the very apostle whom our heretics adopt,3152
3152 Hæreticorum apostolus. We have already referred to Marcion’s acceptance of St. Paul’s epistles. It has been suggested that Tertullian in the text uses hæreticorum apostolus as synonymous with ethnicorum apostolus="apostle of the Gentiles,” in which case allusion to St. Paul would of course be equally clear. But this interpretation is unnecessary. interprets the law which allows an unmuzzled mouth to the oxen that tread out the corn, not of cattle, but of ourselves;3153
Anf-03 v.iv.v.xxxix Pg 19 Now, what plea is wiser and more irresistible than the simple and open5032
Isa. xliv. 5.
5032 Exserta. confession made in a martyr’s cause, who “prevails with God”—which is what “Israel” means?5033
Anf-03 v.x.vii Pg 5 O good mother! I myself also wish to be put among the number of her sons, that I may be slain by her; I wish to be slain, that I may become a son. But does she merely murder her sons, or also torture them? For I hear God also, in another passage, say, “I will burn them as gold is burned, and will try them as silver is tried.”8260
Isa. xliv. 5.
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