Baruch 1:2

“In the fift yere, and in the seuenth day of the moneth, what time as the Caldeans tooke Ierusalem, and burnt it with fire.”

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In the fifth year, and in the seventh day of the month, what time as the Chaldeans took Jerusalem, and burnt it with fire.
- King James Version

in the fifth year, and on the seventh day of the month, since the time when the Chaldeans took Jerusalem and burnt it with fire.
- World English Bible

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Discussion for Baruch 1

  • Benjamin Michel
    I would like to know where I cand find it all to read. Why was 7 books left out of most bibles?? Thanks Ben
  • Travis Webster
    Hey sister do your promotions somewhere else, this is some of the word of God. Include all peoples of the world, not just women. Thank You
  • Robert
    This is my first time to read the Book of Baruch. Isn 't it not inspiring for the people who excluded this book because of non importance. If they truly understand Revelation 22 18. What 's up?
  • Ayodele for verse 7
    Please i have never heard of Baruch in the bible and its not writing in the bible at all where does this came from
  • Kyle in Flint
    I am so grateful to be able to read the Apocrypha; while I have read the Holy Bible four times in my life, and the Book of Moses nine straight years, I have fallen in love with The Spirit of The Lord from Chapter 1 of Baruch. Really powerful and I could feel it is inspired. Thank you for this service. By the way; "Sisters Go Ye Trailer 2" on Youtube is my latest Christian Indie Film.

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