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EXTRA

THE BOOK OF WISDOM: Chapter 11


Other benefits of wisdom to the people of God.

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111She prospered their works in the hands of the holy prophet.direxit opera illorum in manibus prophetae sancti
112They went through wildernesses that were not inhabited, and in desert places they pitched their tents.iter fecerunt per deserta quae non inhabitabantur et in locis secretis fixerunt casas
113They stood against their enemies, and revenged themselves of their adversaries.steterunt contra hostes et de inimicis se vindicaverunt
114They were thirsty, and they called upon thee, and water was given them out of the high rock, and a refreshment of their thirst out of the hard stone.sitierunt et invocaverunt te et data est illis de petra altissima aqua et requies sitis de lapide duro
115For by what things their enemies were punished, when their drink failed them, while the children of Israel abounded therewith, and rejoiced:per quae enim poenas passi sunt inimici illorum
116By the same things they in their need were benefited.per haec cum illis deesset bene cum illis actum est
117For instead of a fountain of an ever running river, thou gavest human blood to the unjust.nam pro fonte quidem sempiterni fluminis humanum sanguinem dedisti iniustis
118And whilst they were diminished for a manifest reproof of their murdering the infants, thou gavest to thine abundant water unlooked for:qui comminuerentur in traductione infantum occisorum dedisti illis abundantem aquam insperate
119Shewing by the thirst that was then, how thou didst exalt thine, and didst kill their adversaries.ostendens per sitim quae tunc fuit quemadmodum tuos exaltares et adversarios illorum necares
1110For when they were tried, and chastised with mercy, they knew how the wicked were judged with wrath, and tormented.cum enim temptati sunt et quidem cum misericordia disciplinam accipientes scierunt quemadmodum cum ira iudicati impii tormenta paterentur
1111For thou didst admonish and try them as a father: but the others, as a severe king, thou didst examine and condemn.hos quidem tamquam pater monens probasti illos autem tamquam durus rex interrogans condemnasti
1112For whether absent or present, they were tormented alike.absentes enim et praesentes similiter torquebantur
1113For a double affliction came upon them, and a groaning for the remembrance of things past.duplex enim illos acceperat taedium et gemitus cum memoria praeteritorum
1114For when they heard that by their punishments the others were benefited, they remembered the Lord, wondering at the end of what was come to pass.cum enim audirent per sua tormenta bene secum agi commemorati sunt Dominum
1115For whom they scorned before, when he was thrown out at the time of his being wickedly exposed to perish, him they admired in the end, when they saw the event: their thirsting being unlike to that of the just.quem enim in expositione prava proiectum deriserunt in finem eventus mirati sunt non similiter iustis faciens
1116But for the foolish devices of their iniquity, because some being deceived worshipped dumb serpents and worthless beasts, thou didst send upon them a multitude of dumb beasts for vengeance:pro cogitationibus autem insensatis iniquitates illorum quod quidam errantes colebant mutos serpentes et bestias supervacuas inmisisti illis multitudinem mutorum animalium in vindictam
1117That they might know that by what things a man sinneth, by the same also he is tormented.ut scirent quia per quae peccat quis per haec et torquetur
1118For thy almighty hand, which made the world of matter without form, was not unable to send upon them a multitude of bears, or fierce lions,non enim inpossibilis erat omnipotens manus tua quae creavit orbem terrarum ex materia invisa inmittere illis multitudinem ursorum aut audaces leones
1119Or unknown beasts of a new kind, full of rage; either breathing out a fiery vapour, or sending forth a stinking smoke, or shooting horrible sparks out of their eyes:aut novi generis ira plenas et ignotas bestias aut vaporem igneum spirantes aut odorem fumi proferentes aut horrendas ab oculis scintillas emittentes
1120Whereof not only the hurt might be able to destroy them, but also the very sight might kill them through fear.quarum non solum laesura poterat illos exterminare sed et aspectus per timorem occidere
1121Yea, and without these, they might have been slain with one blast, persecuted by their own deeds, and scattered by the breath of thy power: but thou hast ordered all things in measure, and number, and weight.sed et sine his uno spiritu occidi poterant persecutionem passi ab ipsis factis suis et dispersi per spiritum virtutis tuae sed omnia mensura et numero et pondere disposuisti
1122For great power always belonged to thee alone: and who shall resist the strength of thy arm?multum enim valere tibi soli superat semper et virtuti brachii tui quis resistet
1123For the whole world before thee is as the least grain of the balance, and as a drop of the morning dew, that falleth down upon tho earth.quoniam tamquam momentum staterae sic ante te est orbis terrarum et tamquam gutta roris antelucani quae descendit in terram
1124But thou hast mercy upon all, because thou canst do all things, and overlookest the sins of men for the sake of repentance.sed misereris omnium quoniam omnia potes et dissimulas peccata hominum propter paenitentiam
1125For thou lovest all things that are, and hatest none of the things which thou hast made: for thou didst not appoint, or make any thing hating it.diligis enim omnia quae sunt et nihil odisti horum quae fecisti nec enim odiens aliquid constituisti
1126And how could any thing endure, if thou wouldst not? or be preserved, if not called by thee?quomodo autem posset aliquid permanere nisi tu voluisses aut quod a te vocatum non esset conservaretur
1127But thou sparest all: because they are thine, O Lord, who lovest souls.parcis autem omnibus quoniam tua sunt Domine qui animas amas
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