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|11||PARALIPOMENON II||2 Paralipomenon - Wycliffe Bible(14c)||2 Paralipomenon - Douay Rheims(17c)||Reference|
|1||Venit autem Roboam in Jerusalem, et convocavit universam domum Juda et Benjamin, centum octoginta millia electorum atque bellantium, ut dimicaret contra Isra?l, et converteret ad se regnum suum.||Forsothe Roboam cam in to Jerusalem, and clepide togidere al the hows of Juda and of Beniamyn, til to nyne scoore thousynde of chosen men and werriouris, for to fiyte ayens Israel, and for to turne his rewme to hym.||And Roboam came to Jerusalem, and called together all the house of Juda and of Benjamin, a hundred and fourscore thousand chosen men and warriors, to fight against Israel, and to bring back his kingdom to him.||Shamaiah's prophecy. 2Chr.11.1-4 | 1Kgs.12.21-24|
|2||Factusque est sermo Domini ad Semeiam hominem Dei, dicens:||And the word of the Lord was maad to Semeye, the man of God,||And the word of the Lord came to Semeias the man of God, saying:|
|3||Loquere ad Roboam filium Salomonis regem Juda, et ad universum Isra?l, qui est in Juda et Benjamin:||and seide, Speke thou to Roboam, the sone of Salomon, kyng of Juda, and to al Israel, which is in Juda and Beniamyn; The Lord seith these thingis,||Speak to Roboam the son of Solomon the king of Juda, and to all Israel, in Juda and Benjamin:|
|4||H?c dicit Dominus: Non ascendetis, neque pugnabitis contra fratres vestros: revertatur unusquisque in domum suam, quia mea hoc gestum est voluntate. Qui cum audissent sermonem Domini, reversi sunt, nec perrexerunt contra Jeroboam.||Ye schulen not stie, nethir ye schulen fiyte ayens youre britheren; ech man turne ayen in to his hows, for this thing is doon bi my wille. And whanne thei hadden herd the word of the Lord, thei turneden ayen, and yeden not ayens kyng Jeroboam.||Thus saith the Lord: You shall not go up, nor fight against your brethren: let every man return to his own house, for by my will this thing has been done. And when they heard the word of the Lord, they returned, and did not go against Jeroboam,|
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