Baruch 5 Wycliffe Bible (WYC)
5 Jerusalem, unclothe thee of the stole of thy mourning, and travailing; and clothe thou thee in the fairness, and (the) honour of it, which is of (or from) God to thee in everlasting glory. [Jerusalem, unclothe thee (of) the stole of mourning, and of thy travail; and clothe thee with fairness, and honour of it, that is to thee of (or from) God in everlasting glory.]
2 God of rightfulness shall (en)compass thee with a double cloth (or with a double cloak), and shall set on thine head a mitre of everlasting honour. [Forsooth God shall environ thee with (a) double cloth of rightwiseness, and shall put to (or on) thine head a mitre of everlasting honour.]
3 For God shall show his brightness in (or to) thee, which is under heaven.
4 For thy name shall be named of (or by) God to thee without end, The peace of rightfulness [or (The) Peace of rightwiseness], and The honour of piety.
5 Jerusalem, rise up, and stand in an high place [or stand in (or on) high], and behold about to the east; and see thy sons gathered together from the sun rising till to the west in (or by) the word of the Holy (One), that make joy [or joying] in the mind of God.
6 For they went out from thee, and were led (away) of enemies on feet (or and were led away on foot by their enemies); but the Lord shall bring to thee them borne into honour, as the sons of (the) realm. [Forsooth they went out from thee, led in feet of enemies (or led away on foot by the enemies); forsooth the Lord shall bring to thee them borne into honour, as the sons of (the) kingdom.]
7 For God hath ordained to make low each high hill, and (the) everlasting rocks of stones, and great valleys, to fill the unevenness of (the) earth [or and for to full-fill the even valleys into the evenness of (the) earth]; (so) that Israel (may) go diligently into the honour of God.
8 Forsooth the woods, and each tree of sweetness, (over)shadowed Israel, by the commandment of God.
9 For God shall bring Israel with mirth, into the light of his majesty, with mercy and rightfulness, which is of (or from) him. [Forsooth God shall lead-to Israel with mirth, in the light of his majesty, with mercy and rightwiseness, that is in him.]