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Isaiah 6

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one In the year of the death of King Uzziah, I saw the Lord sitting on a high and exalted throne, and the edges of His robe filled the whole temple.
2 Around him stood the seraphim; each of them has six wings: with two it covered its face, and with two it covered its legs, and with two it flew.
3 And they cried out to each other and said: Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord of hosts! the whole earth is full of His glory!
four And the heights of the gates shook from the voice of those who exclaimed, and the house was filled with incense.

5 And I said: Woe to me! I died! for I am a man with unclean lips, and I also live among the people with unclean lips - and my eyes saw the King, the Lord of hosts.
6 Then one of the Seraphim flew to me, and in his hand was burning coal, which he took with ticks from the altar,
7 And he touched my mouth and said: Behold, this has touched your mouth, and your iniquity has been removed from you, and your sin has been cleansed.
8 And I heard the voice of the Lord saying: whom shall I send? and who will go for us? And I said: here I am, send me.

9 And He said: go and tell this people: hear by hearing - and you will not understand, and you will look with your eyes - and you will not see.
10 For the heart of this people was coarsened, and they hardly hear with their ears, and they closed their eyes, that they cannot see, and they cannot hear with their ears, and they cannot understand with their hearts, and they will not turn, that I might heal them.
eleven And I said: How long, Lord? He said: until the cities are empty, and left without inhabitants, and houses without people, and until this land is completely empty.
12 And the Lord will remove the people, and great desolation will be on this earth.
13 And if there still remains a tenth of it and returns, and it will again be ruined; [but] as from terevinth and as from an oak, when they are cut down, [their] root remains, so holy seed [shall be] its root.

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