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ECCLESIASTES: Chapter 11


Exhortation to works of mercy, while we have time, to diligence in good, and to the remembrance of death and judgment.

chapters: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
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111Cast thy bread upon the running waters: for after a long time thou shalt find it again.mitte panem tuum super transeuntes aquas quia post multa tempora invenies illum
112Give a portion to seven, and also to eight: for thou knowest not what evil shall be upon the earth.da partem septem necnon et octo quia ignoras quid futurum sit mali super terram
113If the clouds be full, they will pour out rain upon the earth. If the tree fall to the south, or to the north, in what place soever it shall fall, there shall it be.si repletae fuerint nubes imbrem super terram effundent si ceciderit lignum ad austrum aut ad aquilonem in quocumque loco ceciderit ibi erit
114He that observeth the wind, shall not sow: and he that considereth the clouds, shall never reap.qui observat ventum non seminat et qui considerat nubes numquam metet
115As thou knowest not what is the way of the spirit, nor how the bones are joined together in the womb of her that is with child: so thou knowest not the works of God, who is the maker of all.quomodo ignoras quae sit via spiritus et qua ratione conpingantur ossa in ventre praegnatis sic nescis opera Dei qui fabricator est omnium
116In the morning sow thy seed, and in the evening let not thy hand cease: for thou knowest not which may rather spring up, this or that: and if both together, it shall be the better.mane semina sementem tuam et vespere ne cesset manus tua quia nescis quid magis oriatur hoc an illud et si utrumque simul melius erit
117The light is sweet, and it is delightful for the eyes to see the sun.dulce lumen et delectabile est oculis videre solem
118If a man live many years, and have rejoiced in them all, he must remember the darksome time, and the many days: which when they shall come, the things past shall be accused of vanity.si annis multis vixerit homo et in omnibus his laetatus fuerit meminisse debet tenebrosi temporis et dierum multorum qui cum venerint vanitatis arguentur praeterita
119Rejoice therefore, O young man, in thy youth, and let thy heart be in that which is good in the days of thy youth, and walk in the ways of thy heart, and in the sight of thy eyes: and know that for all these God will bring thee into judgment.laetare ergo iuvenis in adulescentia tua et in bono sit cor tuum in diebus iuventutis tuae et ambula in viis cordis tui et in intuitu oculorum tuorum et scito quod pro omnibus his adducet te Deus in iudicium
1110Remove anger from thy heart, and put away evil from thy flesh. For youth and pleasure are vain.aufer iram a corde tuo et amove malitiam a carne tua adulescentia enim et voluptas vana sunt
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