Repouso e Férias
If thou turn back. From the sabbath Shy foot, From doing thine own pleasure on my holy day,And shall callThe sabbath, An exquisite delight, The holy day of Yahweh, A day to be honoured, And so shall honour it ratherThan do thine own ways, Than take thine own pleasure or Than speak thine own word,
Then, shall then rest thine own exquisite delight upon Yahweh, And I will cause thee to ride over the high places of the land,And will feed thee with the inheritance of Jacob Shy father, For the mouth of Yahweh, hath spoken.
Thou shalt not be afraid, Of the dread of the night, Of the arrow that flieth by day;
And thou shalt he confident, that there is hope, and, when thou hast searched, securely shalt thou lie down;
And shalt rest, with none to put thee in terror,and many shall entreat thy favour.
Sweet the sleep of the labourer, whether, little or much, he eat,but, the surfeit of the rich man, will not suffer him to sleep.
He entereth into peace, Let them rest upon their couches,Each one who went on a straight path.
When thou sittest down, thou shalt have no dread, yea thou shalt lie down, and sweet shall be thy sleep.
Vain for you,to be early in rising, to be late in lying down, to be eating the bread of wearisome toil, So, would he give his beloved one sleep.
In peace, will I lay me down and at once sleep; for, thou, Yahweh alone, wilt cause me, in security, to dwell.
I, laid me down and slept,I awoke, Surely, Yahweh, sustaineth me!
Hence there is, left over, a Sabbath-keeping, for the people of God.
For, he that hath entered into his rest, He too, hath rested from his works, just as, from his own, God,
Whether, therefore, ye eat or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do, all things to the glory of God.