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The Apocryphal Old Testament Collection of the most important non-canonical Old Testament books designed for general use.

Prologue

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1A narrative and revelation of Baruch concerning those ineffable things which he saw by command of God. May the Lord add his blessing. 1 Lit. ‘Bless thou, O Lord’.

2A revelation of Baruch, who was beside the river Gel 2 James suggested ‘Kidron’, an original ΚΕΔ[ΡΩΝ] having been corrupted into ΓΕΛ: cp. Syr. Apoc. v. 5, xxi. 1, xxxi. 2. weeping over the captivity of Jerusalem, when also Abimelech was preserved by the hand of God at Agrippa's farm. 3And he was sitting at the beautiful gates, where the Holy of Holies lay.

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1 Lit. ‘Bless thou, O Lord’.

2 James suggested ‘Kidron’, an original ΚΕΔ[ΡΩΝ] having been corrupted into ΓΕΛ: cp. Syr. Apoc. v. 5, xxi. 1, xxxi. 2.

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