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2 Maccabees 4:5-7 Wycliffe Bible (WYC)

And Onias gave himself to the king; not as (an) accuser of (the) citizens, but beholding with himself the common profit of all the multitude.

For he saw, that it was impossible that peace were given to things without the king’s purveyance, and that Simon might not cease of (or from) his folly.

But after the passing out of Seleucus’ life, when Antiochus, that was called noble (or who was called Epiphanes), had taken (the) realm, Jason, the brother of Onias, coveted the highest priesthood or the high priesthood;

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