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

Chapter XXXVI

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1And from there I went towards the south to the ends of the earth, and there I saw three gates of heaven open; and the south wind and dew and rain and wind come out from there. 2And from there I went towards the east of the ends of heaven, and there I saw the three eastern gates of heaven open, and above them there were smaller gates. 3Through each of those smaller gates the stars of heaven pass and go towards the west on the path which has been shown to them. 4And when I saw, I blessed, and I will always bless 1 GMQT1UD′K ‘And whenever I saw, I always blessed, and I will bless’. the Lord of Glory who has made great and glorious wonders that he might show the greatness of his work to his angels and to the souls of men, 2 U1 ‘and to souls and to men’; GMQD′ corrupt. that they might praise his work, and that all his creatures might see 3 and that all … see: GM ‘and all his creation, that they might see’; QT1UD′ corrupt. the work of his power and praise the great work of his hands and bless him for ever.

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1 GMQT1UD′K ‘And whenever I saw, I always blessed, and I will bless’.

2 U1 ‘and to souls and to men’; GMQD′ corrupt.

3 and that all … see: GM ‘and all his creation, that they might see’; QT1UD′ corrupt.

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