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PART II

21. Air (Soprano)
Hear ye, Israel; hear what the Lord speaketh: “Oh, hadst thou heeded My commandments!

Who hath believed our report: to whom is the arm of the Lord revealed?” Thus saith the Lord, the Redeemer of Israel, and His Holy One, to him oppressed by Tyrants; thus saith the Lord: “I am He that comforteth; be not afraid, for I am Thy god, I will strengthen thee. Say, who art thou, that thou art afraid of a man that shall die; and forgetest the Lord thy Maker, Who hath stretched forth the heavens, and laid the earth’s foundations? Be not afraid, for I, thy God, will strengthen thee.” (Isaiah XLVIII 1, 18, LIII 1, XLIX 7, XLI 10, LI 12,13)

22. Chorus
Be not afraid, saith God the Lord. Be not afraid! Thy help is near. (Isaiah XLI 10; Psalm XCI 7)

23. Recitative

Elijah
The Lord hath exalted thee from among the people: and o’er His people Israel hath made thee king. But thou, Ahab, hast done evil to provoke Him to anger above all that were before thee: as if it had been a light thing for thee to walk in the sins of Jeroboam. Thou hast made a grove and an altar to Baal, and served him and worshipped him. Thou hast killed the righteous, and also taken possession. And the Lord shall smite all Israel, as a reed is shaken in the water; and He shall give Israel up, and thou shalt know He is the Lord. (I Kings XIV 7, 9, 15, XVI 30-33) Recitative with Chorus

The Queen (Jezebel, King Ahab’s wife)
Hast thou not heard he hath prophesied against all Israel?

Chorus
We heard it with our ears.

The Queen
Hath he not prophesied also against the king of Israel?

Chorus
We heard it with our ears.

The Queen
And why hath he spoken in the name of the Lord? Doth Ahab govern the kingdom of Israel while Elijah’s power is greater than the king’s? The gods do so to me, and more, if, by tomorrow about this time, I make not his life as the life of one of them whom he hath sacrificed at the brook of Kishon!

Chorus
He shall perish!

The Queen
Hath he not destroyed Baal’s prophets?

Chorus
He shall perish!

The Queen
Yea, by the sword he destroyed them all!

Chorus
He destroyed them all!

The Queen
He also closed the heavens!

Chorus
He also closed the heavens!

The Queen
And called down a famine upon the land.

Chorus
And called down a famine upon the land.

The Queen
So go ye forth and seize Elijah, for he is worthy to die; slaughter him! Do unto him as he hath done!

24. Chorus
Woe to him, he shall perish; he closed the heavens! And why hath he spoken in the Name of the Lord?

Let the guilty prophet perish! He hath spoken falsely against our land and us, as we have heard with our ears.

So go ye forth; seize on him! He shall die! (Jeremiah XXVI 9, 11; I Kings XVIII 10, XXI 7; Ecclesiasticus XLVIII 2, 3)

25. Recitative

Obadiah
Man of God, now let my words be precious in thy sight. Thus saith Jezebel: “Elijah is worthy to die.” So the mighty gather against thee, and they have prepared a net for thy steps; that they may seize thee, that they may slay thee. Arise, then, and hasten for thy life; to the wilderness journey. The Lord thy God doth go with thee: he will not fail thee, He will not forsake thee. Now begone, and bless me also.

Elijah
Though stricken, they have not grieved! Tarry here, my servant: the Lord be with thee. I journey hence to the wilderness. (II Kings I 1,3; Jeremiah V 3, XXVI 11; Psalm LIX 3; I Kings XIX 3,4; Deut. XXXI 6; Exodus XII 32; I Samuel XVII 37)

26. Air

Elijah
It is enough; O Lord, now take my life for I am not better than my fathers! I desire to live no longer: now let me die, for my days are but vanity! I have been very jealous for the Lord God of Hosts! For the children of Israel have broken Thy covenant, and thrown down thine altars and slain all Thy prophets

slain them with the sword: and I, even I, only am left; and they seek my life to take it away. (Job VII 16; I Kings XIX 4,10)

27. Recitative (Tenor)
See, now he sleepeth beneath a juniper tree in the wilderness: and there the angels of the Lord encamp round about all them that fear Him. (I Kings XIX 5; Psalm XXXIV 7)

29. Chorus

Angels
He, watching over Israel, slumbers not, nor sleeps. Shouldst thou, walking in grief, languish, He will quicken thee. (Psalms CXXI 4, CXXXVIII 7)

30. Recitative

The Angel
Arise, Elijah, for thou hast a long journey before thee. Forty days and forty nights shalt thou go to Horeb, the mount of God. (I Kings XIX 7,8)

Elijah
O Lord, I have labored in vain; yea, I have spent my strength for nought! O that Thou wouldst rend the heavens, that Thou wouldst come down; that the mountains would flow down at Thy presence, to make Thy name known to Thine adversaries, through the wonders of Thy works! O Lord, why hast Thou made them to err from Thy ways, and hardened their hearts that they do not fear Thee? O that I now might die! (Isaiah XLIX 4, LXIV 1, 2, LXIII 17; I Kings XIX 4)

31. Air

The Angel (Mezzo-Soprano)
O rest in the Lord; wait patiently for Him, then He shall give thee thy heart’s desires. Commit thy way unto Him, and trust in Him, and fret not thyself because of evil doers.

(Psalm XXXVII 1, 4, 7)

33. Recitative

Elijah
Night falleth round me, O Lord! Be not Thou far from me! Hide not Thy face, O Lord, from me; my soul is thirsting for Thee, as a thirsty land.

The Angel (Soprano)
Arise, now! Get thee without, stand on the mount before the Lord; for there His glory will appear and shine on thee! Thy face must be veiled, for He draweth near. (Psalm CXLIII 6, 7; I Kings XIX 11, 13)

34. Chorus
Behold! God the Lord passed by! And a mighty wind rent the mountains around, broke in pieces the rocks, broke them before the Lord: but yet the Lord was not in the tempest. Behold! God the Lord passed by! And the sea was upheaved, and the earth was shaken: but yet the Lord was not in the earthquake. And after the earthquake there came a fire: but yet the Lord was not in the fire. And after the fire there came a still small voice and in that still voice, onward came the Lord. (I Kings XIX 11, 12)

36. Recitative

Elijah
I go on my way in the strength of the Lord. For Thou art my Lord; and I will suffer for Thy sake. My heart is therefore glad, my glory rejoiceth, and my flesh shall also rest in hope. (Psalms LXXI 16, XVI 9)

38. Chorus
Then did Elijah the prophet break forth like a fire; his words appeared like burning torches. Mighty kings by him were overthrown. He stood on the mount of Sinai, and heard the judgments of the future; and in Horeb, its vengeance. And when the Lord would take him away to heaven, lo! There came a fiery chariot, with fiery horses; and he went by a whirlwind to heaven. (Ecclesiasticus XLVIII 1, 6, 7; II Kings II 1, 11)

39. Air (Tenor)
Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in their heavenly Father’s realm. Joy on their head shall be for everlasting, and all sorrow and mourning shall flee away forever. (St. Matthew XIII 43, Isaiah LI 11)

42. Chorus
And then your light shall break forth as the light of the morning breaketh; and your health shall speedily spring forth then; and the glory of the Lord ever shall reward you. Lord, our Creator, how excellent Thy name is in all the nations! Thou fillest heaven with Thy glory. Amen. (Isaiah LVIII 8, Psalm VIII 1)
PART II

21. Air (Soprano)
Hear ye, Israel; hear what the Lord speaketh: “Oh, hadst thou heeded My commandments!

Who hath believed our report: to whom is the arm of the Lord revealed?” Thus saith the Lord, the Redeemer of Israel, and His Holy One, to him oppressed by Tyrants; thus saith the Lord: “I am He that comforteth; be not afraid, for I am Thy god, I will strengthen thee. Say, who art thou, that thou art afraid of a man that shall die; and forgetest the Lord thy Maker, Who hath stretched forth the heavens, and laid the earth’s foundations? Be not afraid, for I, thy God, will strengthen thee.” (Isaiah XLVIII 1, 18, LIII 1, XLIX 7, XLI 10, LI 12,13)

22. Chorus
Be not afraid, saith God the Lord. Be not afraid! Thy help is near. (Isaiah XLI 10; Psalm XCI 7)

23. Recitative

Elijah
The Lord hath exalted thee from among the people: and o’er His people Israel hath made thee king. But thou, Ahab, hast done evil to provoke Him to anger above all that were before thee: as if it had been a light thing for thee to walk in the sins of Jeroboam. Thou hast made a grove and an altar to Baal, and served him and worshipped him. Thou hast killed the righteous, and also taken possession. And the Lord shall smite all Israel, as a reed is shaken in the water; and He shall give Israel up, and thou shalt know He is the Lord. (I Kings XIV 7, 9, 15, XVI 30-33) Recitative with Chorus

The Queen (Jezebel, King Ahab’s wife)
Hast thou not heard he hath prophesied against all Israel?

Chorus
We heard it with our ears.

The Queen
Hath he not prophesied also against the king of Israel?

Chorus
We heard it with our ears.

The Queen
And why hath he spoken in the name of the Lord? Doth Ahab govern the kingdom of Israel while Elijah’s power is greater than the king’s? The gods do so to me, and more, if, by tomorrow about this time, I make not his life as the life of one of them whom he hath sacrificed at the brook of Kishon!

Chorus
He shall perish!

The Queen
Hath he not destroyed Baal’s prophets?

Chorus
He shall perish!

The Queen
Yea, by the sword he destroyed them all!

Chorus
He destroyed them all!

The Queen
He also closed the heavens!

Chorus
He also closed the heavens!

The Queen
And called down a famine upon the land.

Chorus
And called down a famine upon the land.

The Queen
So go ye forth and seize Elijah, for he is worthy to die; slaughter him! Do unto him as he hath done!

24. Chorus
Woe to him, he shall perish; he closed the heavens! And why hath he spoken in the Name of the Lord?

Let the guilty prophet perish! He hath spoken falsely against our land and us, as we have heard with our ears.

So go ye forth; seize on him! He shall die! (Jeremiah XXVI 9, 11; I Kings XVIII 10, XXI 7; Ecclesiasticus XLVIII 2, 3)

25. Recitative

Obadiah
Man of God, now let my words be precious in thy sight. Thus saith Jezebel: “Elijah is worthy to die.” So the mighty gather against thee, and they have prepared a net for thy steps; that they may seize thee, that they may slay thee. Arise, then, and hasten for thy life; to the wilderness journey. The Lord thy God doth go with thee: he will not fail thee, He will not forsake thee. Now begone, and bless me also.

Elijah
Though stricken, they have not grieved! Tarry here, my servant: the Lord be with thee. I journey hence to the wilderness. (II Kings I 1,3; Jeremiah V 3, XXVI 11; Psalm LIX 3; I Kings XIX 3,4; Deut. XXXI 6; Exodus XII 32; I Samuel XVII 37)

26. Air

Elijah
It is enough; O Lord, now take my life for I am not better than my fathers! I desire to live no longer: now let me die, for my days are but vanity! I have been very jealous for the Lord God of Hosts! For the children of Israel have broken Thy covenant, and thrown down thine altars and slain all Thy prophets

slain them with the sword: and I, even I, only am left; and they seek my life to take it away. (Job VII 16; I Kings XIX 4,10)

27. Recitative (Tenor)
See, now he sleepeth beneath a juniper tree in the wilderness: and there the angels of the Lord encamp round about all them that fear Him. (I Kings XIX 5; Psalm XXXIV 7)

29. Chorus

Angels
He, watching over Israel, slumbers not, nor sleeps. Shouldst thou, walking in grief, languish, He will quicken thee. (Psalms CXXI 4, CXXXVIII 7)

30. Recitative

The Angel
Arise, Elijah, for thou hast a long journey before thee. Forty days and forty nights shalt thou go to Horeb, the mount of God. (I Kings XIX 7,8)

Elijah
O Lord, I have labored in vain; yea, I have spent my strength for nought! O that Thou wouldst rend the heavens, that Thou wouldst come down; that the mountains would flow down at Thy presence, to make Thy name known to Thine adversaries, through the wonders of Thy works! O Lord, why hast Thou made them to err from Thy ways, and hardened their hearts that they do not fear Thee? O that I now might die! (Isaiah XLIX 4, LXIV 1, 2, LXIII 17; I Kings XIX 4)

31. Air

The Angel (Mezzo-Soprano)
O rest in the Lord; wait patiently for Him, then He shall give thee thy heart’s desires. Commit thy way unto Him, and trust in Him, and fret not thyself because of evil doers.

(Psalm XXXVII 1, 4, 7)

33. Recitative

Elijah
Night falleth round me, O Lord! Be not Thou far from me! Hide not Thy face, O Lord, from me; my soul is thirsting for Thee, as a thirsty land.

The Angel (Soprano)
Arise, now! Get thee without, stand on the mount before the Lord; for there His glory will appear and shine on thee! Thy face must be veiled, for He draweth near. (Psalm CXLIII 6, 7; I Kings XIX 11, 13)

34. Chorus
Behold! God the Lord passed by! And a mighty wind rent the mountains around, broke in pieces the rocks, broke them before the Lord: but yet the Lord was not in the tempest. Behold! God the Lord passed by! And the sea was upheaved, and the earth was shaken: but yet the Lord was not in the earthquake. And after the earthquake there came a fire: but yet the Lord was not in the fire. And after the fire there came a still small voice and in that still voice, onward came the Lord. (I Kings XIX 11, 12)

36. Recitative

Elijah
I go on my way in the strength of the Lord. For Thou art my Lord; and I will suffer for Thy sake. My heart is therefore glad, my glory rejoiceth, and my flesh shall also rest in hope. (Psalms LXXI 16, XVI 9)

38. Chorus
Then did Elijah the prophet break forth like a fire; his words appeared like burning torches. Mighty kings by him were overthrown. He stood on the mount of Sinai, and heard the judgments of the future; and in Horeb, its vengeance. And when the Lord would take him away to heaven, lo! There came a fiery chariot, with fiery horses; and he went by a whirlwind to heaven. (Ecclesiasticus XLVIII 1, 6, 7; II Kings II 1, 11)

39. Air (Tenor)
Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in their heavenly Father’s realm. Joy on their head shall be for everlasting, and all sorrow and mourning shall flee away forever. (St. Matthew XIII 43, Isaiah LI 11)

42. Chorus
And then your light shall break forth as the light of the morning breaketh; and your health shall speedily spring forth then; and the glory of the Lord ever shall reward you. Lord, our Creator, how excellent Thy name is in all the nations! Thou fillest heaven with Thy glory. Amen. (Isaiah LVIII 8, Psalm VIII 1)



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