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like a bar.
A song inciting to confidence in God. ISAIAH, 26, 27.
God's care of his vineyard. Before 19 And the Pfortress of the high fort of 17 Like &S & woman with child, that Before CHRIST
thy walls shall he bring down, lay low, and draweth near the time of her delivery, CHRIST cir. 712
cír. 712. bring to the ground, even to the dust. is in pain, and crieth out in her pangs; ch. 26. S.
go have we been in thy sight , 0 LORD. ch.13 8. CHAPTER 26.
18 We have been with child, we have John 16. 21. 14 song inciting to confidence in God, 5 for been in pain, we have as it were brought
his judgments. 12 and for his faroure his forth wind; we have not wrought any
deliverance in the 23 earth; neither have dr.712 Ilin that land of Judah, we have a that day shall this song be sung up the inhabitants of the world *5 fallen. P P. 14,
19 26 9 Thy dead men shall live, together Ezek. 37.1. och 60. 18. strong city; 5 salvation will' God appoint with my dead body shall they arise 26. for walls and bulwarks.
Awake and sing, ye that dwell in dust: Dan. 12. 2. Ps. 118. 19, 2 Open ye the gates, that the right for thy dew is as the dew of 27 herbs,
eous nation which keepeth Ithe truth and the earth shall 28 cast out the dead 28. † Heb. may enter in.
20 T Come, my people, 'enter thou into • Ex. 12. 22, 3 Thou wilt keep him in + perfect thy chambers, and shut thy doors about 1 Heb.
1 Ps. 30. 5. pear, peace. peace, whose mind is stayed on thee? : thee: hide thyself as it were 'for a little
ch. 54, 7, 8. cb 37. 19. because 3 he trusteth 3 in thee.
moment, until the indignation be over.
9 Cor. 1.17. 4 Trust ye in the LORD* for ever: past. thongte, or,for Sin the LORD JEHOVAH is tever. 21 For, behold, the LORD *cometh out
Mic. 1. 3.
Jude 14 lasting strength 5:
of his place to punish the inhabitants deh. 45 17.
5 For he bringeth down them that of the earth for their iniquity: the earth + Heb. the dwell on high; 'the lofty city, he 7 lay- also shall disclose her blood, and shall Web:
dlouds. * ora. eth it low;
he 7 layeth it low, even to the no more cover her slain. Dest. 1. . ground; he bringeth it even to the dust.
CHAPTER 27. & c. 25. L2 6 The foot shall tread ' it down, even
1 The care of God Orer hir rineyırd, 7 Hi the feet of the poor, and the steps of chas'isements difer from judgmenta. 12 The the needy.
church of Jeron and Gentiles.
listhou most apright, dost weigh the and great and strong word shall
punish leviathan the 'piercing serpent, ch. 64. S.
crossing 8 Yea, 9 in the way of thy judgments, a even leviathan 2 that crooked serpent; LORD, have we waite fo thee; th and he shall slayt dragon that is
a Ps. 74.13, desire of our soul is to thy name, and in the sea. to 12 the remembrance of thee 12
2 In that day (sing ye sunto her, Abch. 51. 9. A PS, 6. G. 9 With my soul have I desired thee in vineyard of Bred wine ß.
Erek, 29. 3. Cast. 3. L the night, yea, with my spirit within me 3 I the LORD do keep it; I will water
1 ch. 5.1. will I seek thee 13 early : for when thy judg. it every moment: lest any hurt it, I will
d PX, 80. 8. ments are in the earth, the inhabitants of keep it night and day.
Jer. 2. 21. the world it will learn righteousness. i Endles. S.
4 B Fury is not in meß: * who would
Ps. 121.4, 10 Let favour be shewed to the wicked, set the briers and thorns against me 5.
yet is will he not learn righteousness : in in battle? I would i go through them, 2 Sam. 23. Ps. 143. 10. the land of uprightness will he deal un I would burn them together.
ch. 9. 19. jastly, and will not behold the majesty 5 Or let him take hold 9 of my strength, of the LORD.
that he may # make peace
1 Or march
against.) 11 LORD, when thy hand is lifted up, and he shalls make peace with me.
g ch. 25. 4. i Job 34.4. 'they will not see: 16 but they shall see, 6 6 He shall canse them that come of Pu 29.5
& Job 22. 21. and be ashamed for their envy 1 at 16 thé Jacob to 6 take root: Israel shall blog ich. 37. 31. ch. 5. 12. 1 Or, se read people; yea, 17 the fire of thine enemies som and bud, and fill the face of the
Hos. 14.5,6. thy people. shall devour them 17.
world with fruit.
+ Heb. us: for thou also hast wronght all our those that smote him? or is he slain
the atrote 1 Or. for sa. works in us.
according to the slaughter of B them that of these. ! Chr. 12 13 O LORD our God, mother lords be- are slain by him ß?
k Job 23. 6. side thee have had dominion over
87* In measure7, 8| whon it shooteth Ps. 6.1. 18 but by thee only will 18 we make men. forth, thou wilt debate' with it: l'he
Jer. 10. 24. tion of thy name.
& 30.11. lo stayeth his rough wind in the day of & 46 28 14 19 They are dead, they shall not live ; the east wind.
1 Cor.10.13 they are deceased, they shall not rise 19 : 9 By this therefore shall the iniquity of 101, when therefore hast thon visited and destroy- Jacob be purged; and this is all the thus send. ed them, and made all their memory to fruit ll to take ll away his sin; when he
est it forth. perish maketh all the stones of the altar
1 Or, 15 Thou hast increased the nation, o chalkstones that are beaten in s'inder, LORD, thou hast increased the nation : the 12 groves and l images 12 shall
not ? Ps. 78. 38. thon art glorified: thou whadst removed stand up.
1 Or, un Hosea s. it far unto all the ends of the earth 20. 10
18 Yet the defenced city shall be images. 16 LORD, * in trouble have they visited + Hoh. secret thee, 21 they povred out prayer
VAR. REXD. - 22 V. 17. at thy presence, Ge. Hi. Ew. sprza schen thy chastening ras upon them.
De.--23 V. 18. land.-----24 Omit. _-25 come to life.
26 v. 19. Thy dead shall live, my dead bodies shall VAR. REND. - Chap. 26. iv. 2. faithfulness. arise, De.; or, O that thy dead might live! that 27.3. So Ge. Kn. Or, It is an assured purpose ; thou my dead bodies might arise! Ge. Hi. Exo. Ch.--ilt fashion (or, keep) perfect peace, Ew. H. (a ?? Or, lights, Lo. Ge. Ew. De. Ch. 28 bring to life play upon words in the original); or. A stablished the shades. -Chap. 27. lv. 1. fleet. the coiled.
Ps. 112. 8) mind thou dost keep in perfect 3 V. 2. (thus) of the vineyard. 4 V. 4. O that peace, De Or, they trust.
-* V. 4. YAHWEH I might meet briers and thorns! With war would Ex. 6. 3).
-SYAT YAHWEH is everlasting I march through (or, against them Ge. Ex. De. Rock-OV. 5. hath brought. --7 laid. - bronght. Ch.--. 5. that he may. _6 V. 6. Hereafter Jacob - v. 6. trode. 10 v. 7. plain 11 thou makest shall.
-7 V. 8. So Ge. De. Ch. Or, By affrighting it, exactly plain, 12 v. 8. thy memorial. - 13 V. 9. Hi. E.- 8 by expelling it, Ge. Hi. Er. Ch.; or, when earnestly.-- 14 Omit.--15V. 10. doth. ----16 V. 11. let thou didst expel it, De. 9 didst contend.
10 drove thein zee (and be ashamed, the zeal for --_17 Or, it away with - v. 9. of putting 12 Asherahs let fire devour thine alversaries, Accents, Lo. Ge. Hi. and images of the sun. -13 V. 10. For; or, Yea.
Kn. and virtually Ge.--I V. 13. Perhaps, VAR. READ.-Chap. 27. V. 2. B Rather, foaming through thee only do, Kn. De. ----19. 14. Rather, wine.) pleasure, some MSS. S pt. Targ: (), Van der (The) dead live not (again), (the) shades (Ps. 88. Hooght, Lo. Hi. Ex. D'. Ch. Naeg. (1.V. 4. BI 10, arise not, Hi. Ew Do. Kn. Ch. _20 V. 15. hast have no wall [speech of the vineyard), Sept. Pesh. extended far all the borders (lit. ends) of the land, Lo. Gr. (pt.) v. 7. B those that slew him, Sept. Lo.-21 v. 16. (Obscure.)
Pesh. Lo. Ero. Ch. (pts.)
Ephraim is threatened.
Christ is promised Before 14 desolate, and the): habitation forsaken, 12 To whom he said, This is the rest before CHRIST
and left like a wilderness: there shall / wherewith ye may cause 11 the weary to CELIST cir. 712
the calf feed, and there shall be lie rest; and this is the refreshing: yet m See ch. 17. down, and consume the branches thereof. they would not hear.
11 When the boughs thereof are wither- 13 12 But the word of the LORD 13 wae & 32. 14.
ed, they shall be broken off: the women unto them precept upon precept, preDeut. 32. come, and set them on fire : for *it is cept upon precept; line upon line, line
a people of no understanding: therefore upon line here a little, and there a ch. 1. 3. he that made them will not have mercy little; that they !* might go, and fall Jer. 8. 7.
on them, and he that formed them will backward, and be broken, and spared, . Deut. 32. shew them no favour.
and taken. ch. 43. 1, 7. 12 | And it shall come to pass in that 14 | Wherefore hear the word of the & 4.2, 21, day, that the LORD shall beat off from LORD, ye scornful men, that rule this
15 channel of the river unto the people which is in Jerusalem.
of Egypt, ye shall be ga- Becanse ye have said, We are
are we at agreement; when the overp ch. 2. 11. 13 P And it shall come to pass in that flowing scourge shall pass through, it 4 Matt. 24. day, that the great trumpet shall be shall not come unto us : *for we have 126 31.
blown, and they shall come which were made lies our refuge, and under falsehood Rev. 11. 15. 17 ready to perish 17 in the land of As- have we hid ourselves :
syria, and the outcasts in the land of 16 Therefore thus saith the Lord God,
tion & stone, & tried stone, & precious IGN
到最報 believeth shall not 16 make haste 16. 1 The prophet threateneth Ephraim for their 17 Judgment also will I 17lay to the Rem. . pride and drunkenness, 5 The residue shall line 17,
10 11 be advanced in the kingdom of Christ,
righteousness 18 to
Eph! rebuketh their error. 9 their untowardness plummet: and the hail shall sweep away
I felt to learn, 14 and their security 16 Christ the
in the refuge of lies, and the waters shall
18 | And your covenant with death shall
be disannulled, and your agreement with cir. 725. TOE to a the crown of pride, I to the 15 hell shall not stand; when the overflow
drunkards of Ephraim, whose ing scourge shall pass through, then ye b ver. 4. • glorious beauty is a fading flower, which shall be + trodden down by it.
+ Het are2 on the head of the fat valleys of 19 19 From the time that 19 it goeth forth
a tredie Heb. them that are t overcome with wine! it shall take you: for morning by mornbroken.
2 Behold, the Lord hath a mighty and ing shall it pass over, by day and by e eh. 30. 30. strong one, thich as a tempest of bail night: and it shall be 20 a rexation only Erek. 13.11. and destroying storm, as a flood of 1 to understand 21 the report al.
1 Or, ches mighty waters overflowing, shall cast 2010 For the bed is shorter than that a
down to the earth with the hand 3. man can stretch himself on it; and the d ver. 1. 3 The crown of pride, the drunkards covering narrower than that he 1 Heb.
of Ephraim, shall be trodden funder feet: wrap_himself in it. with feet. 4 And the glorious beauty, which is 21 For the LORD shall rise up as in e ver. 1. on the head of the fat valley, shall be mount * Perazim, he shall be wroth as
1 Cl. a fading flower, and as the hasty fruit in the valley of Gibeon, that he may do before the summer ; which when he that his work, his strange work; and bring - Just.
looketh upon it seeth, while it is yet in to pass his act, his strange act. + Heb. his hand he teateth it up.
22 Now therefore be ye not mockers, lest evalloweth.
1 Chr. 5 f In that day shall the LORD of hosts your bands be made strong : for I hare be for a crown of glory, and for a dia- heard from the Lord GOD of hosts a dem of beauty, unto the residue of his consumption, even determined 22
the whole earth.
to them that turn the battle to the gates 24 Doth the plowman plow all day to Prov. 20.1.
7 | But they also have erred through sow? doth he open and break the clods Hos. 4. 11.
wine, and through strong drink Gare out of his ground?
have erred through strong drink, they are thereof, doth he not cast abroad the right per
appointed barley B and the | rie in their place! 8 For all tables are full of vomit and place ? 24 Jer. 6. 10. + Heb, the
filthiness, 80 that there is no place clean. 26 | For * his God doth instruct him to He hearing
99 Whom shall he teach knowledge: discretion, and doth teach him . 1 Or,
and whom shall he make to understand 27 For the 23 fitches are not threshed or hath been 7+ doctrine? them that are weaned from with a threshing instrument, neither is a Heb.atam. the milk, and drawn from the breasts. cart wheel turned about upon the cummering of 10 For precept $ 1 must be upon pre- min; but the 23 fitches are beaten ont with lips.
cept, precept upon precept; ' line upon a staff, and the cummin with a rod. il Cor. 14, 21.
line, line upon line; here a little, and 1 Or, there a little :
VAR. REND.--1 . 12. the (your) rest; caure se he hath 11 10 For with tistammering lips and an. 12 V. 18. Therefore. 13 shall be. '16 spuken. other tongue i will he speak to this people. 15 V8. 15, 18. Sheol.- -16 V. 16. Perhaps, hasten sva,
Ge. Hi. Ex. De.-17 v. 17. appoint for a rule VAR. REND,-14 V. 10. solitary, an.-- V. 12. flood. 18 for a.
19 v. 19. As often as.
- 2 nought but _16 torrent. -17 v. 18. lost.-Chap. 28. 1v. 1. of. shuddering. = 21 Or, (the) revelation (e. 91
* and the fading flower of his glorious adornment, 22 V. 22. consumption and the strict decision. Cour which is. 3 v. 2. violence. — v. 4. fading flower ch. 10. 23.-_23 V8. 25, 27. fennel-flower. —27. of his glorious adornment, which is on the head, wheat by rows (?), and barley in the assigned plak &c., shall become as an early fig. - v. 6. viz. of and spelt in the border thereof. V. 26. He cat the enemy.-6v. 7. have staggered. -7 v. 9. recteth each as is fitting, his God instructing his , Rather, (the) revelation, (lit. hearing), Ew. He. Ch. Vitringa, Kay, Naeg. Ch. (comp. margin.) Comp. 6. 19; ch. 53. 1 ; Obad. 1.- V. 10. cometh. VAR. READ.-Chap. 28. V. 16. So Sen. Kord
9 Vs. 10, 13. rule upon rule, rule upon rule.- Ch.; I am he that hath laid, Heb. text, Ee. De 10 Vs. 11, 20. Truly.
(pt.)--V. 25. Bwheat and barley, Wellhauses, a
Judgment upon Jerusalem.
ISAIAH, 29, 30. Promise of sanctification to the godly. Before
28 23 Bread corn B is bruisedB; because 25 far from me, and their fear toward me Before CHRIST he will not ever
CHRIST be threshing it, nor is taught by the precept of men : cir. 725.
cir. 712 % break it with the wheel of his cart, nor 14 " Therefore, behold, t I will 1 proceed bruise it with his horsemen 26.
to do a marvellous work among this + Col. 2. 22. 29 This also cometh forth from the LORD people, even a marvellous work and a
# Hab. 1.5. #P.. 92.5. of hosts, 'schich is wonderful in counsel, wonder: *for the wisdom of their wise + Heb. Jer. 32. 19. and excellent in 27 working.
men shall perish, and the understanding I will add. of their prudent men shall be hid.
Jer19. 7. CHAPTER 29.
Obad, 8. 15 y Wue unto them that seek deep to
1 Cor. 1. 19. 1 God's heary fudgnnent upon Jerusalem. 7 The hide their counsel from the LORD, and
ych. 30. 1. unsatiableness of her enernies. 9 The senscless, their works are in the dark, and they neu, 13 and drep hypocrisy of the Jeros. 18
. Ps. 94. 7. gay, Who seeth us? and who knoweth us? promise of sanctifcution bú the godly.
16 12 Surely your turning of things uprir. 712.
, the 1 Or.
where David " dwelt ! add ye year ter's clay: for shall the work say of ch. 45.9. dried, that to year; let 3 them t kill sacrifices 3. him that made it, He made me not?
Hom. 9. 20. of t. ? Yet I will distress Ariel, and there or shall the thing framed 12 say of him . Ezek 3.
shall be heaviness and sorrow: 5 and it that framed it, He had no understanding?
17 18 it not yet a very little while, and 1 OT, 3 And I will camp against thee round Lebanon shall be turned into 13 a fruit-ech. 32. 15.
the city. about, and will lay siege against thee ful field 13 and the i3 fruitful field 13 shall Sarn. 5.
with a mount, and I will raise forts be esteemed as a forest ? 1 Heb. against thee.
18 | And din that day shall the deaf ch. 35. 3. And thou shalt be brought down, and hear the words of 14 the book, and the heest. shalt speak out of the ground, and thy eyes of the blind shall see out of ob.
speech shall be low out of the dust, and scurity, and out of darkness.
thy voice shall be, as of one that hath 19 «The meek also + shall increase their ch. 61. 1, ech 19. a familiar spirit,' out of the ground, joy in the LORD, and the poor among 1 Heh. + Heb peep, and thy speech shall #whisper out of men shall rejoice in the Holy One of
akail add. the dust. Israel.
James 2.5. 5 7 Moreover the multitude of thy
20 For the terrible one is brought to và 5, a strangers shall be like small dust, and nought, and the scorner is consumed, g ch. 28. 14,
the multitude of the terrible ones shall and all that a watch for iniquity are cut Job 21. 18. be as chatr that passeth away: yea, it off :
A Mic. 2. 1. shall be at an instant suddenly.
21 That make 15 a man 15 an offender Ich 30. 13.
6 89 Thou shalt be visited of 8 the LORD for a word, and lay a snare for him that Amo, s. 10, get 29 %.
of hosts with thunder, and with earth, reproveth in the gate, and turn aside the 12.
k Prov. 28. tempest, and the flame of devouring fire.
22 Therefore thus saith the LORD, 'who 7 " And the multitude of all the na: redeemed Abraham, concerning the house Josh. 24. 3. tions that fight against Ariel, even all of Jacob, Jacob shall not now be ashamed, that night against her and her munition, neither shall his face now wax pale. and that distress her, shall be ias 23 But 16 when he seeth B his children B, dream of a night vision.
the work of mine hands, in 16 the midst
Ench. 19, 25. 8 * It shall even be as when an hungry of him, they shall 17 sanctify my name, & 45. 11. man dreameth, and, behold, he eateth; and 17 sanctify the Holy One of Jacob,
& 60.21. but he awaketh, and his soul is empty: and shall fear the God of Israel.
Eph. 9. 10. or as when a thirsty man dreameth, and, behold, he drinketh; but he awaketh, and, come to understanding, and they that 24 They also * that erred in spirit # shall th. 28.7.
hall know behold, he is faint, and his soul hath ap- murmured shall learn doctrine.
tander petite: so shall the multitude of all the
standing. nations be, that fight against mount Zion.
1 The prophet threateneth the people for their 9°"Stay yourselves, and wonder ; cry confidence in Egypt, 8 and contempt of God's ye out, and cry: they are drunken,
word. 18 Gout's mercies towards his church. 27 #eh. 31. 31. but not with wine; they stagger, but Gol's wrath, and the people's joy, in the destrue. not with strong drink. tion of Assyria,
cir. 713. c. 6. 16. the of deep sleepand
the LORD, that counsel, but a ch. 29. 15. Reb.
• closed 10 your eyes : B the prophets B 10 not of me; and that cover with a cover.
19. See ch 3... covered.
inay add sin to sin : 11 And the vision of all is become unto 2 That walk to go down into Egypt, ch. si...
d. Num. 27. you as the words of a book that is and have not asked at my mouth; to
21. 1 Or, letter
sealed, which men deliver to one that is strengthen themselves in the strength of Joah, 9. 14. 5.11
learned, saying, Read this, I pray thee: Pharaoh, and to trust in the shadow of 1 Kings 22. "and he saith, I cannot; for it is sealed : Egypt !
Jer. 21. 2. 12 And the book is delivered to him 3 Therefore shall the strength of Pha
& 12. 2, 20. Rer 5,1-5, that is not learned, saying, Read this, I raoh be your shame, and the trust in the
. ch. 20. 5. pray thee: and he saith, I am not shadow of Egypt your confusion.
Jer. 37.5, 7. learned.
4 For his princes were at 1 Zoan, and ch. 19. 11. 13 Wherefore the Lord said, Foras. his ambassadors came to Hanes. much as this people draw near me with 5 9 They were all ashamed of a people Jer. 2. 36.
their mouth, and with their lips. do ho- that could not profit them, nor be an Nark 7.6,7. nour me, but have removed their heart help nor profit, but a shame, and also a
Ach, 57. 9. VaR, REND.-25 V. 28. Is bread-corn crushed ? Nay, 6 BA The burden of the beasts of the
Hoses 8, 9. Hi. Ka. De. 3 drive the wheel of his cart and his south B : into the land of trouble and & 12. 1. berses; he doth not crush it. 17 V. 29. wisdom. Chap. 49. V. l. ie. God's lion, Ge. Ex. Hi. Ch.; VAR. Bend. - 11 V. 14. continue. 12 V, 16. Ont Of, God's hearth, (formerly Hi.) Kn. De.-- Lit. en- on your perverseness! Shall the potter be esteemed camped. the feasts go round. ---* V. 2. Then. as the clay, that the work should and that.... but --bie, an Ariel indeed.-7 V. 5. Yet. should, do- 13 V. 17. garden-land.
-14 V. 18. a. $V.8. A visitation shall there be from. -9V.9. Play 15 v. 21. men. _16 V. 23. So Ex. (second edition); or, the puzzled (now), but ye shall be amazed (then); when he, (even) his children, shall see the work of Wind yourselves (now), but ye shall stare blindly my hands in, De. 17 count holy.—Chap. 30. 1 v.1. then-OV. 10. your eres, the prophets.
weave a web. VAR READ.-7. 28. B is threshed, Turg. Pesh. Ew. VAB. READ. – V. 23. B Omit, Ew. formerly), Kn. Ch.Chap. 29. V. 10. s Omit, Ge. Hi, Ew. k'n. Ch. (plo88). -Chap. 30. v. 6. Omit, Ge. Hi. Exc. kn.
Ca, inaccurate marginal note).
ke P. 73.30.
Jet24& pi Sen. 1. 9.
* Deut. 32. 20.
Mie. 2. 6.
Confidence in Egypt reprored.
God's mercies to his ckurch. Before
anguish, from whence come the 2 young 21. And thine ears shall hear a word CHRIST and old lion, the viper and tiery flying behind thee, saying, This is the way,
CHE131 . cir. 713.
serpent, they 3 will carry their riches up walk ye in it, when ye «turn to the right Deut. 8.15. on the shoulders of young asses, and their hand, and when ye turn to the left. Jout 1.
treasures upon the bunches of camels, to 29 « Ye shall defile also the covering of 4: Cara a people that shall not profit them,
thy graven images of silver, and the k Jer. 37.7.
7For the Egyptians + shall help in 17 ornament of thy molten images of gold:
vain, and to no purpose: therefore s have thou shalt cast them away as a meno | Or, to her. I cried | concerning this, " Their strength struous cloth; thou shalt say unto it, I ver. 15. is to sit still 5.
Get thee hence. ch. 7. +
8 ! Now go, mn write it before them in a 23 | Then shall he give the rain of thy thyrer * Hab. 2. 2. table, and note it in a book, that it may seed, that thou shalt Sow the ground Hele | Heb, the be for † the time to come for ever and withal; and bread of the increase of the Latter day. ever: earth, and it shall be fat and plenteous :
Her 9 6 That "this is a rebellious people, ly, in that day shall thy cattle feed in large 1024
ing children, children that will not hear pastures. ch. I. 4. the 7 law of the LORD:
9. The oxen likewise and the young asses o Jer. 11. 21.
10 Which say to the seers, See not; that ear the ground shall eat 18 T clean 10t. Amos 2. 12. and to the prophets, Prophody not unto provender, which hath been winnowed & 7. 13. us right things, P speak unto us smooth with the shovel and with the fan. things, prophesy deceits :
25 And there shall be
out of the path, cause the Holy One of hill, 20 rivers and streams of waters in 2
the day of the great slaughter, when the + Hels 12 Wherefore thus saith the Holy One towers fall.
of Israel, Because ye despise this word, 26 Moreover "the light of the moon shall "ch. Sie is | Or, fraud. and trust in B || oppression and perverse- be as the light of the sun, and the light ness, and stay thereon:
of the sun shall be revenfold, B as the 13 Therefore this iniquity shall be to light of seven days ß, in the day that Ps. 62. 3. you as a breach ready to fall, swelling the Lord bindeth up the breach of his
out in high wall, whose breaking people, and healeth the stroke of their ch. 29. 3. "cometh suddenly at an instant.
wound. . Ps. 2. 9. 14 And he shall break it as 'the break- 27 Behold, the name of the LORD Jer. 19.11.
ing of † the potters' vessel that is broken cometh from far, burning 21 mith 1 Heb. the
in pieces; he shall not spare so that anger, land 22 the burden thereof is pottera.
there shall not be found in the bursting of theavy 2 : his lips are full of indigna
15 For thus saith the Lord God, the ing stream, 24 * shall reach to the midst 1 ver. 7. Holy One of Israel; ' In returning and of the neck, to sift the nations with a ch. 7. 4. rest shall ye be saved ; in quietness and the sieve of 2 vanity: and there shall be
in confidence shall be your strength : la bridle in the jaws of the 26 people, - Matt. 23. and ye would not.
causing them to err. 37.
16 But ye said, No; for we will flee 29 Ye shall have a song, as in the night
shall they that pursue you be swift. with 28 a pipe to come into the mounI Lev. 26.8. 17 : One thousand shüll flee at the re- tain of the LORD, to the mighty One of cht Deut. 28.25. buke of one ; at the rebuke of five shall Israel. Joab 23.10.
ye flee: till ye be left as a beacon upon SO . And the LORD shall cause this gloOr, a
the top of a mountain, and as an ensign rious voice to be heard, and shall shew bereft of on an hill.
the lighting down of his arm. with the per lanches, 18 [ And therefore will the LORD ll wait, indignation of his anger, and write the or, bughie : that he may 11 be gracious unto you, and flame of a devouring fire, rith or, a mast.
therefore will he 12 ß be exalted § 12, that tering, and so tempest, pand hailstones.
he may have mercy upon you; for the 31 For through the voice of the LORD posavstar y Ps. 2. 12. LORD is a God of 13 judgment : y blessed 13 shall the Assyrian be beaten down, * 34. 8. are all they that wait for him.
31 r which smote with a rod 31. Prov. 16.20. Jer. 17. 7.
19 For 14 the people shall dwell in Zion 99 And 32 t in every place where the
at :ch. 65. 9.
Jerusalem 14 thou shalt weep no grounded staff shall pass, which the LORD more: he will 15 be very s gracious unto shall † lay upon him, it shall be with
thee at the voice of thy cry; when he tabrets and harps: and in battles of ich is al Kings 22. shall hear it, he will answer thee.
.shaking will he fight with it. Pa 197. 2. 20 And though the Lord give you
33 For 33 Tophet is ordained t of old *; 103, 5 Or bread of adversity, and the water of yea, for the king it is prepared; he hath oppression. affliction 16, yet shall not thy teachers made it deep and large : the pile thereof Ps. 74. 9. be removed into a corner any more, but is fire and much wood; the breath of the Amos 8.11. thine eyes shall see thy teachers:
LORD, like a stream of brimstone, 3* dotb Feh.sc.com kindle it.
Joy VAR. REND.- V. 6. lioness and the lion.. 3 were
CHAPTER 31. carrying - Vs. 6, 7. do. IV. 7. I proclaim con.
1 The prophet sheveth the curred folly en truieting cerning that people, As for Rahab, they do but sit still.
to Egypt, and forsating of God. 6 He eskorte (Rahab is a Hebrew or Hebraised name for Egypt, to conversion 8 He shereth the fall of Asyrit. which might mean 'boisterousness, arrogance. Comp. ch. 51. 9; Ps, 89, 10). 6 V. 9. For.- teaching VAR. REND.-17 V. 29. overlaying. -18 1. 24. ** 8 V. 12. Or, crookedness.-IV. 14, when a potter's roury (lit. salted). - 19 V. 25. lofty (CA. 57. flagon is broken, being shivered unsparingly. 20 rivulets and watercourses (ch. 44. 4), in.rs 10 cistern.- V. 18. Or, long till he can, ch. See Var. in. 22 in thick uplifting of smoke. Comp. Jade Rend. -12 lift up himself, Hi, Kn.; or, raise himself 20. 38. - 23 v. 28. his breath is as. aloft, i.e. afar ott (?), Ge. Luz, De. 13 justice: ing even to.-25 j.e. annihilation, * peoples. happy.--V. 19. Or, o people that dwellest in 27 V. 29. feast. > the.-29 7. 30. the bursting Zion, at Jerusalem, Ew. Luz. ; or, 0 people in Zion clouds), Ge. Hi. De. Ch. that dwellest at Jerusalem, Ge. Hi. kn - 15 surely si v. 31. Or, when he (the LORD shall smite rib be.-16 V. 20. Rather, bread in short measure and the rod, Kn. De. Ch.-&V. 32. every stroke of te water in scant quantity.
staff of doom, which, dc, shall. 7. ss. a banta VAR. READ.-V. 12. B perverseness, Lo. La. Gr. Ch. place. (Heb. Tophteh) hath been ordered long & (transposition). - V. 18. B be silent (till he can,
34 sball. dr.); i.e. either delay,' or 'hope calmly,' 2 MSS. VaR. READ.-7. 26. B Omit, Sept. Lo. Ge. H. Lo. Exc. Ch. (1.)
& :. 30
16 a the
Hoses 9. 6.
iPs. 37. 40.
30. 22. Heb.the
1 01, fer
ch. 37.57. Het, ha
The blessings of Christ's kingdom. ISAIAH, 31–33.
Desolation is foreshewn.
Before CHRIST WE help mand hostesso che horses, and things, and 10 by fiberal things shahe me CHRIST cir. 713.
cir. 713. trust in chariots, because they are many; I stand.
9 Rise up, ye women
d that are at Or, be .ch. 30. 2. and in horsemen, because they are very
established strong; but they look not unto the Holy ease; hear my voice, ye careless daugh. Exak. 17 One of Israel, neither seek the LORD! tersį give ear unto my speech.
d Amos 6. 1. ? Yet he also is wise, and will bring evil, 10 11t Many days and years 11 shall ye + Heb. Ps. 20.7.
and will not call back his words: but be troubled, ye careless women: for the Daye above ch. 35. 9.
a year. Dan. 9. 13
will arise against the house of the evil. vintage shall fail, the gathering shall not Hosea 7.7. doers, and against the help of them that come. d Nam. 23. work iniquity.
11 Tremble, ye women that are at ease; 3 Now the Egyptians are men, and not be troubled, ye careless ones : strip you, God; and their horses flesh, and not and make you bare, and gird sackcloth
spirit. When the LORD shall stretch out upon your loins. Po. 146, , his band, both he that helpeth shall fall, 12. They shall lament for the teats, for Heses Il. and he that is holpen shall fall down, the pleasant fields, for the fruitful + Heb.
the fields and they all shall fail together. vine.
of desire. A3 3.8. 4 For thus hath the LORD spoken unto 13 · Upon the land of my people shall
ech. 34. 13. me, I Like as the lion and the young come up thorns and briers; 1 yea, upon ilitude.
lion roaring on his prey, when a multi- all the houses of joy in I the joyous city: | Or, h. 12. 13. tude of shepherds is called forth against 14 9 Because the palaces shall be for. burning
upon, &e. Deat
. 32, him, he will not be afraid of their voice, saken; the 12 multitude of the city shall Ps. 91.4.
nor abase himself for the || noise of be left; 13 the forts and towers 13 shall ch. 22. 2. them : 980 shall the LORD of hosts come befor' 14 dens for ever, & joy of wild ch 27. 10.
! Or, clifts Hos... down to fight for mount Zion, and for asses, a pasture of flocks;
and watchIce 2.3. the hill thereof.
15 Until the spirit be poured upon us 5 h As birds "flying, so will the LORD of from on high, and the wilderness 15 be
A Ps. 104. 30. hosts defend Jerusalem; idefending also a 16 fruitful field 16, and the 16 fruitful Joel 2. 28.
ich. 29. 17. bebiyle of his he will deliver it; and passing over he field 16 be counted for a forest.
& 35. 2. will 3 ml Ki. 1930. preserve its
16 Then 17 judgment shall dwell in the 6. Turn ye unto him from whom the wilderness, and righteousness remain in children of Israel have a deeply revolted *the 16 fruitful field 16. 7 For in that day every man shall 'cast 17 k And the work of righteousness shall 4 Jam. 3. 18. away his 5 idols of silver, and this 5 idols be peace; and the effect of righteousness of gold, which your own hands have made quietness and assurance for ever. unto you for masin.
18 And my people shall dwell in a peace$ ? Then shall the Assyrian "fall with able habitation, and in sure dwellings, tratary.
the sword, not of a mighty man; and and in quiet resting places;
Ich. 30. 30. mean man, shall 19 When it shall hail, 18 coming down
Zech. 11. devour him but he shall flee from mon 18 the forest; I and the city shall be the sword, and his young men shall be low in a low place. $it discomfited. 20 19 Blessed are ye that sow beside all 101, and
the city shall 9 And 7. † he shall pass over to his waters, that send forth thither the feet
be utterly for fear, and his princes of " the ox and the ass.
abased shall be afraid of the ensign, saith the
ach. 30. 24.
church. 13 The privileges of the godly.
thee a that spoilest, and cir. 713. 1 The Messings of Christ's kingdom. 9 Desolation is thou mast not spoiled ; and dealest a ch.21.2.
Hab. 2. 8. foresheun, 15 Restoration is promised to succeed. I treacherously, and they dealt not "trea. BEHOLD, « a king shall reign in right- cherously with thee when thou shalt - Rev. 13. 10.
eousness, and princes shall rule in cease to spoil, thou shalt be spoiled ; and judgment.
when thou shalt make an end to deal ? And la man 1 shall be as an hiding i treacherously, they shall deal I treacher. place from the wind, and a covert from ously with thee.
2 0 LORD, be gracious unto us; "we c ch. 05, 9.
every morning, our salvation also in the
Pfled; at the lifting up of thyself the
the running to and fro of locusts 5 shall
on high : he hath filled Zion with judgFor the vile person 7 will speak7 vil- ment and righteousness.
6 And wisdom and knowledge shall be to practise "bypocrisy, and to utter error the stability of thy times, and 7 strength
+ Heb. against the LORD, to make empty the of salvation: the fear of the LORD is
salvations Soul of the hungry, and he will cause his treasure.
encasengera. 7. The instruments also of the 5 churl cry without the ambassadors of peace e2 Kings 18. are eril: he deviseth wicked devices to
VAR. REND.-10 V. 8. to.- Il V. 10. Probably, In a VAR. REND. - Chap. 31. lV. 4. on, Ew. Ch.; or, 13 the Mound (Heb. Ophel) and the Watch-tower.
year and some days, Ex. Kn. 12 y. 14. hum. Dr. Kn. Kay. -3 get it free. V. 6. men have den-land. V. 5. i.e. hovering, Ge. Ex. 14 Lit. caves.—15 V. 15. become.-
_16 Vs. 15, 16. gar. deeply revolted, children of Israel.-IV. 7. gods. ing of.
17 y. 16. justice. 18 V. 19. at the fall. 7. 8. for task-service.-7V. 9. As margin, Hi. De. barbarously.-2V. 3. flee
19 v. 20. Happy
Chap 33. CS.; or, he shall overpass his strong-hold, Ge. Ew. 5 he runneth.
LA V. 4. is.
-6 v. 5. justice.- V. 6. wealth. rivulets. V. 4 hendlong.-- Vs. 5, 8. noble.
IV. 2. everyone.
8 V. 7. cry.—_weep.
VAR. READ.-Chap. 33. V. 7. B the valiant ones, 6 V. 5. gentle, Ch. Lo. Hi, Kn. Ch. (pte) [The vowel-points imply the impiety.
ungrammatical rendering (when) I appear to them.']
rir. 712 Ps. 15.1, ke. Jer. 23. 5. Horra 3.5.
speak \ plainly.
kunst the peer in
against, Hi, De. Kay.
from. - 32 $14.5, 7. knave, Ge. De. Chi ?1.6. speaketh.worketh.