Which Are Never Read In A Roman
Of Zacharias (Zachariah)
If one of the Faithful participates in a Roman Catholic Mass every
single day of the year, for three years, he/she will hear a
considerable part of the Holy Scriptures (New and Old Testaments)
during these liturgies. However, many parts of the Holy Scripture will
never be read in Mass; thus, they will not be heard by the most
faithful of the Faithful unless they make a point of studying the Holy
In the four Gospels the omissions, in many cases, make sense, since the
same story or parable appears in more than one Gospel. Although they do
not necessarily appear in the same manner, the key concept is still
transmitted to the Faithful. The real problem arises when major
portions of the Old Testament are simply left out from what should have
been the Evangelization Process.
Take the Books of the Major Prophets,
for example. Most of their contents are not read in a Roman Catholic
Mass. Thus, most of the Faithful are ignorant of their very important
contents unless they have made an effort to study it on their own.
Through the Grace of God and the diligent work of Mrs. R. M., from
Puerto Rico, we are able to bring to you today all verses from the
Prophecy of Zacharias which have been left out of the Roman Catholic
The on-line Douay-Rheims Version of the Holy Bible was used in the
development of what we now call the "Inconvenient
Prophecy Of Zacharias (Zachariah)
Verses Omitted From Roman Catholic Mass Readings
- verses 1-21 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 In the eighth month, in the second year of king Darius, the word of
the Lord came to Zacharias the son of Barachias, the son of Addo, the
prophet, saying:  The Lord hath been exceeding angry with your
 And thou shalt say to them: Thus saith the Lord of hosts: Turn ye
to me, saith the Lord of hosts: and I will turn to you, saith the Lord
 Be not as your fathers, to whom the former prophets have cried,
saying: Thus saith the Lord of hosts: Turn ye from your evil ways, and
from your wicked thoughts: but they did not give ear, neither did they
hearken to me, saith the Lord.  Your fathers, where are they? and
the prophets, shall they live always?  But yet my words, and my
ordinances, which I gave in charge to my servants the prophets, did
they not take hold of your fathers, and they returned, and said: As the
Lord of hosts thought to do to us according to our ways, and according
to our devices, so he hath done to us.
 In the four and twentieth day of the eleventh month which is called
Sabath, in the second year of Darius, the word of the Lord came to
Zacharias the son of Barachias, the son of Addo, the prophet, saying:
 I saw by night, and behold a man riding upon a red horse, and he
stood among the myrtle trees, that were in the bottom: and behind him
were horses, red, speckled, and white.  And I said: What are these,
my Lord? and the angel that spoke in me, said to me: I will shew thee
what these are:  And the man that stood among the myrtle trees
answered, and said: These are they, whom the Lord hath sent to walk
through the earth.  And they answered the angel of the Lord, that
stood among the myrtle trees, and said: We have walked through the
earth, and behold all the earth is inhabited, and is at rest.
 And the angel of the Lord answered, and said: O Lord of hosts, how
long wilt thou not have mercy on Jerusalem, and on the cities of Juda,
with which thou hast been angry? this is now the seventieth year. 
And the Lord answered the angel, that spoke in me, good words,
comfortable words.  And the angel that spoke in me, said to me: Cry
Thus saith the Lord of hosts: I am zealous for Jerusalem, and Sion with
a great zeal.  And I am angry with a great anger with the wealthy
nations: for I was angry a little, but they helped forward the evil.
 Therefore thus saith the Lord: I will return to Jerusalem in
mercies: my house shall be built in it, saith the Lord of hosts: and
the building line shall be stretched forth upon Jerusalem.  Cry
yet, saying: Thus saith the Lord of hosts: My cities shall yet flow
with good things: and the Lord will yet comfort Sion, and he will yet
 And I lifted up my eyes, and saw: and behold four horns.  And
I said to the angel that spoke to me: What are these? And he said to
me: These are the horns that have scattered Juda, and Israel, and
Jerusalem.  And the Lord shewed me four smiths.  And I said:
What come these to do? and he spoke, saying: These are the horns which
have scattered Juda every man apart, and none of them lifted up his
head: and these are come to fray them, to cast down the horns of the
nations, that have lifted up the horn upon the land of Juda to scatter
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- verses 6-9 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 O, O flee ye out of the land of the north, saith the Lord, for I
have scattered you into the four winds of heaven, saith the Lord.  O
Sion, flee, thou that dwellest with the daughter of Babylon:
 For thus saith the Lord of hosts: After the glory he hath sent me
to the nations that have robbed you: for he that toucheth you, toucheth
the apple of my eye:  For behold I lift up my hand upon them, and
they shall be a prey to those that served them: and you shall know that
the Lord of hosts sent me.
- verses 1-10 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 And the Lord shewed me Jesus the high priest standing before the
angel of the Lord: and Satan stood on his right hand to be his
adversary.  And the Lord said to Satan: The Lord rebuke thee, O
Satan: and the Lord that chose Jerusalem rebuke thee: Is not this a
brand plucked out of the fire?  And Jesus was clothed with filthy
garments: and he stood before the face of the angel.  Who answered,
and said to them that stood before him, saying: Take away the filthy
garments from him. And he said to him: Behold I have taken away thy
iniquity, and have clothed thee with change of garments.  And he
said: Put a clean mitre upon his head: and they put a clean mitre upon
his head, and clothed him with garments, and the angel of the Lord
stood.  And the angel of the Lord protested to Jesus, saying:
 Thus saith the Lord of hosts: If thou wilt walk in my ways, and
keep my charge, thou also shalt judge my house, and shalt keep my
courts, and I will give thee some of them that are now present here to
walk with thee.
 Hear, O Jesus thou high priest, thou and thy friends that dwell
before thee, for they are portending men: for behold I WILL BRING MY
SERVANT THE ORIENT.  For behold the stone that I have laid before
Jesus: upon one stone there are seven eyes: behold I will grave the
graving thereof, saith the Lord of hosts: and I will take away the
iniquity of that land in one day.  In that day, saith the Lord of
hosts, every man shall call his friend under the vine and under the fig
- verses 1-14 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 And the angel that spoke in me came again: and he waked me, as a
man that is wakened out of his sleep.  And he said to me: What seest
thou? And I said: I have looked, and behold a candlestick all of gold,
and its lamp upon the top of it: and the seven lights thereof upon it:
and seven funnels for the lights that were upon the top thereof. 
And two olive trees over it: one upon the right side of the lamp, and
the other upon the left side thereof.
 And I answered, and said to the angel that spoke in me, saying:
What are these things, my lord?  And the angel that spoke in me
answered, and said to me: Knowest thou not what these things are? And I
said: No, my lord.  And he answered, and spoke to me, saying: This
is the word of the Lord to Zorobabel, saying: Not with an army, nor by
might, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts.  Who art thou, O
great mountain, before Zorobabel? thou shalt become a plain: and he
shall bring out the chief stone, and shall give equal grace to the
 And the word of the Lord came to me, saying:  The hands of
Zorobabel have laid the foundations of this house, and his hands shall
finish it: and you shall know that the Lord of hosts hath sent me to
you.  For who hath despised little days? and they shall rejoice,
and shall see the tin plummet in the hand of Zorobabel. These are the
seven eyes of the Lord, that run to and fro through the whole earth.
 And I answered, and said to him: What are these two olive trees
upon the right side of the candlestick, and upon the left side thereof?
 And I answered again, and said to him: What are the two olive
branches, that are by the two golden beaks, in which are the funnels of
gold?  And he spoke to me, saying: Knowest thou not what these are?
And I said: No, my lord.  And he said: These are two sons of oil
who stand before the Lord of the whole earth.
- verses 1-11 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 And I turned and lifted up my eyes: and I saw, and behold a volume
flying.  And he said to me: What seest thou? And I said: I see a
volume flying: the length thereof is twenty cubits, and the breadth
thereof ten cubits.  And he said to me: This is the curse that goeth
forth over the face of the earth: for every thief shall be judged as is
there written: and every one that sweareth in like manner shall be
judged by it.  I will bring it forth, saith the Lord of hosts: and
it shall come to the house of the thief, and to the house of him that
sweareth falsely by my name: and it shall remain in the midst of his
house, and shall consume it, with the timber thereof, and the stones
 And the angel went forth that spoke in me, and he said to me: Lift
up thy eyes, and see what this is, that goeth forth.  And I said:
What is it? And he said: This is a vessel going forth. And he said:
This is their eye in all the earth.  And behold a talent of lead was
carried, and behold a woman sitting in the midst of the vessel.  And
he said: This is wickedness. And he cast her into the midst of the
vessel, and cast the weight of lead upon the mouth thereof.
 And I lifted up my eyes and looked: and behold there came out two
women, and wind was in their wings, and they had wings like the wings
of a kite: and they lifted up the vessel between the earth and the
heaven.  And I said to the angel that spoke in me: Whither do these
carry the vessel?  And he said to me: That a house may be built for
it in the land of Sennaar, and that it may be established, and set
there upon its own basis.
- verses 1-15 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 And I turned, and lifted up my eyes, and saw: and behold four
chariots came out from the midst of two mountains: and the mountains
were mountains of brass.  In the first chariot were red horses, and
in the second chariot black horses.  And in the third chariot white
horses, and in the fourth chariot grisled horses, and strong ones.
 And I answered, and said to the angel that spoke in me: What are
these, my lord?  And the angel answered, and said to me: These are
the four winds of the heaven, which go forth to stand before the Lord
of all the earth.
 That in which were the black horses went forth into the land of the
north, and the white went forth after them: and the grisled went forth
to the land of the south.  And they that were most strong, went out,
and sought to go, and to run to and fro through all the earth. And he
said: Go, walk throughout the earth: and they walked throughout the
earth.  And he called me, and spoke to me, saying: Behold they that
go forth into the land of the north, have quieted my spirit in the land
of the north.
 And the word of the Lord came to me, saying:  Take of them of
the captivity, of Holdai, and of Tobias, and of Idaias; thou shalt come
in that day, and shalt go into the house of Josias, the son of
Sophonias, who came out of Babylon.  And thou shalt take gold and
silver: and shalt make crowns, and thou shalt set them on the head of
Jesus the son of Josedec, the high priest.  And thou shalt speak to
him, saying: Thus saith the Lord of hosts, saying: BEHOLD A MAN, THE
ORIENT IS HIS NAME: and under him shall he spring up, and shall build a
temple to the Lord.  Yea, he shall build a temple to the Lord: and
he shall bear the glory, and shall sit, and rule upon his throne: and
he shall be a priest upon his throne, and the counsel of peace shall be
between them both.  And the crowns shall be to Helem, and Tobias,
and Idaias, and to Hem, the son of Sophonias, a memorial in the temple
of the Lord.  And they that are far off, shall come and shall build
in the temple of the Lord: and you shall know that the Lord of hosts
sent me to you. But this shall come to pass, if hearing you will hear
the voice of the Lord your God.
- verses 1-14 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 And it came to pass in the fourth year of king Darius, that the
word of the Lord came to Zacharias, in the fourth day of the ninth
month, which is Casleu.  When Sarasar, and Rogommelech, and the men
that were with him, sent to the house of God, to entreat the face of
the Lord:  To speak to the priests of the house of the Lord of
hosts, and to the prophets, saying: Must I weep in the fifth month, or
must I sanctify myself as I have now done for many years?
 And the word of the Lord of hosts came to me, saying:  Speak to
all the people of the land, and to the priests, saying: When you
fasted, and mourned in the fifth and the seventh month for these
seventy years: did you keep a fast unto me?  And when you did eat
and drink, did you not eat for yourselves, and drink for yourselves?
 Are not these the words which the Lord spoke by the hand of the
former prophets, when Jerusalem as yet was inhabited, and was wealthy,
both itself and the cities round about it, and there were inhabitants
towards the south, and in the plain?
 And the word of the Lord came to Zacharias, saying:  Thus saith
the Lord of hosts, saying: Judge ye true judgment, and shew ye mercy
and compassion every man to his brother.  And oppress not the
widow, and the fatherless, and the stranger, and the poor: and let not
a man devise evil in his heart against his brother.  But they would
not hearken, and they turned away the shoulder to depart: and they
stopped their ears, not to hear.  And they made their heart as the
adamant stone, lest they should hear the law, and the words which the
Lord of hosts sent in his spirit by the hand of the former prophets: so
a great indignation came from the Lord of hosts.  And it came to
pass that as he spoke, and they heard not: so shall they cry, and I
will not hear, saith the Lord of hosts.  And I dispersed them
throughout all kingdoms, which they know not: and the land was left
desolate behind them, so that no man passed through or returned: and
they changed the delightful land into a wilderness.
is covered in full in the Mass Readings sometime at least every three
- verses 1-8, 11-17 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 The burden of the word of the Lord in the land of Hadrach, and of
Damascus the rest thereof: for the eye of man, and of all the tribes of
Israel is the Lord's.  Emath also in the borders thereof, and Tyre,
and Sidon: for they have taken to themselves to be exceeding wise. 
And Tyre hath built herself a strong hold, and heaped together silver
as earth, and gold as the mire of the streets.  Behold the Lord
shall possess her, and shall strike her strength in the sea, and she
shall be devoured with fire.
 Ascalon shall see, and shall fear, and Gaza, and shall be very
sorrowful: and Accaron, because her hope is confounded: and the king
shall perish from Gaza, and Ascalon shall not be inhabited.  And the
divider shall sit in Azotus, and I will destroy the pride of the
Philistines.  And I will take away his blood out of his mouth, and
his abominations from between his teeth: and even he shall be left to
our God, and he shall be as a governor in Juda, and Accaron as a
 And I will encompass my house with them that serve me in war, going
and returning, and the oppressor shall no more pass through them: for
now I have seen with my eyes.
 Thou also by the blood of thy testament hast sent forth thy
prisoners out of the pit, wherein is no water.  Return to the
strong hold, ye prisoners of hope, I will render thee double as I
declare today.  Because I have bent Juda for me as a bow, I have
filled Ephraim: and I will raise up thy sons, O Sion, above thy sons, O
Greece, and I will make thee as the sword of the mighty.  And the
Lord God shall be seen over them, and his dart shall go forth as
lightning: and the Lord God will sound the trumpet, and go in the
whirlwind of the south.
 The Lord of hosts will protect them: and they shall devour, and
subdue with the stones of the sling: and drinking they shall be
inebriated as it were with wine, and they shall be filled as bowls, and
as the horns of the altar.  And the Lord their God will save them
in that day, as the flock of his people: for holy stones shall be
lifted up over his land.
 For what is the good thing of him, and what is his beautiful
thing, but the corn of the elect, and wine springing forth virgins?
- verses 1-12 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 Ask ye of the Lord rain in the latter season, and the Lord will
make snows, and will give them showers of rain, to every one grass in
 For the idols have spoken what was unprofitable, and the diviners
have seen a lie, and the dreamers have spoken vanity: they comforted in
vain: therefore they were led away as a flock: they shall be afflicted,
because they have no shepherd.  My wrath is kindled against the
shepherds, and I will visit upon the buck goats: for the Lord of hosts
hath visited his flock, the house of Juda, and hath made them as the
horse of his glory in the battle.
 Out of him shall come forth the corner, out of him the pin, out of
him the bow of battle, out of him every exacter together.  And they
shall be as mighty men, treading under foot the mire of the ways in
battle: and they shall fight, because the Lord is with them, and the
riders of horses shall be confounded.
 And I will strengthen the house of Juda, and save the house of
Joseph: and I will bring them back again, because I will have mercy on
them: and they shall be as they were when I had cast them off, for I am
the Lord their God, and will hear them.
 And they shall be as the valiant men of Ephraim, and their heart
shall rejoice as through wine: and their children shall see, and shall
rejoice, and their heart shall be joyful in the Lord.
 I will whistle for them, and I will gather them together, because I
have redeemed them: and I will multiply them as they were multiplied
before.  And I will sow them among peoples: and from afar they shall
remember me: and they shall live with their children, and shall return.
 And I will bring them back out of the land of Egypt, and will
gather them from among the Assyrians: and will bring them to the land
of Galaad, and Libanus, and place shall not be found for them.
 And he shall pass over the strait of the sea, and shall strike the
waves in the sea, and all the depths of the river shall be confounded,
and the pride of Assyria shall be humbled, and the sceptre of Egypt
shall depart.  I will strengthen them in the Lord, and they shall
walk in his name, saith the Lord.
- verses 1-17 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 Open thy gates, O Libanus, and let fire devour thy cedars. 
Howl, thou fir tree, for the cedar is fallen, for the mighty are laid
waste: howl, ye oaks of Basan, because the fenced forest is cut down.
 The voice of the howling of the shepherds, because their glory is
laid waste: the voice of the roaring of the lions, because the pride of
the Jordan is spoiled.
 Thus saith the Lord my God: Feed the flock of the slaughter, 
Which they that possessed, slew, and repented not, and they sold them,
saying: Blessed be the Lord, we are become rich: and their shepherds
spared them not.
 And I will no more spare the inhabitants of the land, saith the
Lord: behold I will deliver the men, every one into his neighbour's
hand, and into the hand of his king: and they shall destroy the land,
and I will not deliver it out of their hand.
 And I will feed the flock of slaughter for this, O ye poor of the
flock. And I took unto me two rods, one I called Beauty, and the other
I called a Cord, and I fed the flock.  And I cut off three shepherds
in one month, and my soul was straitened in their regard: for their
soul also varied in my regard.  And I said: I will not feed you:
that which dieth, let it die: and that which is cut off, let it be cut
off: and let the rest devour every one the flesh of his neighbour.
 And I took my rod that was called Beauty, and I cut it asunder to
make void my covenant, which I had made with all people.  And it
was made void in that day: and so the poor of the flock that keep for
me, understood that it is the word of the Lord.
 And I said to them: If it be good in your eyes, bring hither my
wages: and if not, be quiet. And they weighed for my wages thirty
pieces of silver.
 And the Lord said to me: Cast it to the statuary, a handsome
price, that I was prized at by them. And I took the thirty pieces of
silver, and I cast them into the house of the Lord to the statuary.
 And I cut off my second rod that was called a Cord, that I might
break the brotherhood between Juda and Israel.
 And the Lord said to me: Take to thee yet the instruments of a
foolish shepherd.  For behold I will raise up a shepherd in the
land, who shall not visit what is forsaken, nor seek what is scattered,
nor heal what is broken, nor nourish that which standeth, and he shall
eat the flesh of the fat ones, and break their hoofs.  O shepherd,
and idol, that forsaketh the flock: the sword upon his arm and upon his
right eye: his arm shall quite wither away, and his right eye shall be
- verses 1-9, 12-14 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 The burden of the word of the Lord upon Israel. Thus saith the
Lord, who stretcheth forth the heavens, and layeth the foundations of
the earth, and formeth the spirit of man in him:  Behold I will make
Jerusalem a lintel of surfeiting to all the people round about: and
Juda also shall be in the siege against Jerusalem.  And it shall
come to pass in that day, that I will make Jerusalem a burdensome stone
to all people: all that shall lift it up shall be rent and torn, and
all the kingdoms of the earth shall be gathered together against her.
 In that day, saith the Lord, I will strike every horse with
astonishment, and his rider with madness: and I will open my eyes upon
the house of Juda, and will strike every horse of the nations with
blindness.  And the governors of Juda shall say in their heart: Let
the inhabitants of Jerusalem be strengthened for me in the Lord of
hosts, their God.
 In that day I will make the governors of Juda like a furnace of
fire amongst wood, and as a firebrand amongst hay: and they shall
devour all the people round about, to the right hand, and to the left:
and Jerusalem shall be inhabited again in her own place in Jerusalem.
 And the Lord shall save the tabernacles of Juda, as in the
beginning: that the house of David, and the glory of the inhabitants of
Jerusalem, may not boast and magnify themselves against Juda.
 In that day shall the Lord protect the inhabitants of Jerusalem,
and he that hath offended among them in that day shall be as David: and
the house of David, as that of God, as an angel of the Lord in their
 And it shall come to pass in that day, that I will seek to destroy
all the nations that come against Jerusalem.
 And the land shall mourn: families and families apart: the
families of the house of David apart, and their women apart:  The
families of the house of Nathan apart, and their women apart: the
families of the house of Levi apart, and their women apart: the
families of Semei apart, and their women apart.  All the rest of
the families, families and families apart, and their women apart.
- verses 1-9 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 In that day there shall be a fountain open to the house of David,
and to the inhabitants of Jerusalem: for the washing of the sinner, and
of the unclean woman.
 And it shall come to pass in that day, saith the Lord of hosts,
that I will destroy the names of idols out of the earth, and they shall
be remembered no more: and I will take away the false prophets, and the
unclean spirit out of the earth.  And it shall come to pass, that
when any man shall prophesy any more, his father and his mother that
brought him into the world, shall say to him: Thou shalt not live:
because thou hast spoken a lie in the name of the Lord. And his father,
and his mother, his parents, shall thrust him through, when he shall
 And it shall come to pass in that day, that the prophets shall be
confounded, every one by his own vision, when he shall prophesy,
neither shall they be clad with a garment of sackcloth, to deceive: 
But he shall say: I am no prophet, I am a husbandman: for Adam is my
example from my youth.  And they shall say to him: What are these
wounds in the midst of thy hands? And he shall say: With these I was
wounded in the house of them that loved me.
 Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, and against the man that
cleaveth to me, saith the Lord of hosts: strike the shepherd, and the
sheep shall be scattered: and I will turn my hand to the little ones.
 And there shall be in all the earth, saith the Lord, two parts in
it shall be scattered, and shall perish: but the third part shall be
 And I will bring the third part through the fire, and will refine
them as silver is refined: and I will try them as gold is tried. They
shall call on my name, and I will hear them. I will say: Thou art my
people: and they shall say: The Lord is my God.
- verses 1-21 have been omitted from the Mass readings.
 Behold the days of the Lord shall come, and thy spoils shall be
divided in the midst of thee.  And I will gather all nations to
Jerusalem to battle, and the city shall be taken, and the houses shall
be rifled, and the women shall be defiled: and half of the city shall
go forth into captivity, and the rest of the people shall not be taken
away out of the city.
 Then the Lord shall go forth, and shall fight against those
nations, as when he fought in the day of battle.  And his feet shall
stand in that day upon the mount of Olives, which is over against
Jerusalem toward the east: and the mount of Olives shall be divided in
the midst thereof to the east, and to the west with a very great
opening, and half of the mountain shall be separated to the north, and
half thereof to the south.  And you shall flee to the valley of
those mountains, for the valley of the mountains shall be joined even
to the next, and you shall flee as you fled from the face of the
earthquake in the days of Ozias king of Juda: and the Lord my God shall
come, and all the saints with him.
 And it shall come to pass in that day, that there shall be no
light, but cold and frost.  And there shall be one day, which is
known to the Lord, not day nor night: and in the time of the evening
there shall be light.
 And it shall come to pass in that day, that living waters shall go
out from Jerusalem: half of them to the east sea, and half of them to
the last sea: they shall be in summer and in winter.  And the Lord
shall be king over all the earth: in that day there shall be one Lord,
and his name shall be one.
 And all the land shall return even to the desert, from the hill to
Remmon to the south of Jerusalem: and she shall be exalted, and shall
dwell in her own place, from the gate of Benjamin even to the place of
the former gate, and even to the gate of the corners: and from the
tower of Hananeel even to the king's winepresses.  And people shall
dwell in it, and there shall be no more an anathema: but Jerusalem
shall sit secure.
 And this shall be the plague wherewith the Lord shall strike all
nations that have fought against Jerusalem: the flesh of every one
shall consume away while they stand upon their feet, and their eyes
shall consume away in their holes, and their tongue shall consume away
in their mouth.  In that day there shall be a great tumult from the
Lord among them: and a man shall take the hand of his neighbour, and
his hand shall be clasped upon his neighbour's hand.  And even Juda
shall fight against Jerusalem: and the riches of all nations round
about shall be gathered together, gold, and silver, and garments in
great abundance.  And the destruction of the horse, and of the
mule, and of the camel, and of the ass, and of all the beasts, that
shall be in those tents, shall be like this destruction.
 And all they that shall be left of all nations that came against
Jerusalem, shall go up from year to year, to adore the King, the Lord
of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles.  And it shall come
to pass, that he that shall not go up of the families of the land to
Jerusalem, to adore the King, the Lord of hosts, there shall be no rain
upon them.  And if the family of Egypt go not up nor come: neither
shall it be upon them, but there shall be destruction wherewith the
Lord will strike all nations that will not go up to keep the feast of
tabernacles.  This shall be the sin of Egypt, and this the sin of
all nations, that will not go up to keep the feast of tabernacles.
 In that day that which is upon the bridle of the horse shall be
holy to the Lord: and the caldrons in the house of the Lord shall be as
the phials before the altar.  And every caldron in Jerusalem and
Juda shall be sanctified to the Lord of hosts: and all that sacrifice
shall come, and take of them, and shall seethe in them: and the
merchant shall be no more in the house of the Lord of hosts in that day.
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