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from the LORD, that the
LORD will do Amsonhok Baladan, king of Babylon, 2Kings 20.
Aezekiah's life lengthened.
ISAIAH, 38, 39.
His song of thanksgiving. Telore early in the morning, behold, they toere did I chatter: "I did mourn as a dove : Before CHRIST all dead corpses.
mine eyes fail with looking upward : 0
713. 37 So Sennacherib king of Assyria de LORD, I am oppressed; undertake for parted, and went and returned, and me.
keh. 50. 11. dwelt at Nineveh.
15 What shall I say? he hath both
| Or, 17 38 And it came to pass, as he was spoken unto me, and hiniself hath done worshipping in the house of B Nisroch it: 18 I shall go softly 18 all my years his god, that Adrammelech and Sharezer 191 in the bitterness of my soul.
i Job 7. 11. the sword; his sons smote him with 16 O Lord, 2 by these things 20
& 10. 1. men
is the Heb. and they escaped into the land of + Ar live, and 21 in all these things 21 rera. menia : and Esar-haddon his son reigned life of Bmy spirit B: so wilt thou rein his stead.
cover me, and make me to live. CHAPTER 38. 17 Behold, 22 || for peace I had great Or, on my
peace come i lezekiah, having received a message of death, bitterness: 23 but thou hast in love to
great bilmy soul delivered it from the pit of corby prayer hath his life lengthened. 8 The sun
ternesa. goera ten degrees backward, for a sign of that ruption: for thou hast cast all my sins
1 Heb. thou promise. 9 His song of thankariving. behind thy back.
haat loped 713 Y those days was Hezekiah sick anto 18 For 6k the grave 6 cannot praise thee, .? Kiage 20 I death. And Isaiah the prophet the son death can not celebrate thee: they that from the 1. Se
pit. of Amoz came unto him, and said unto 24 go down into the pit cannot hope for 2 Caroa.
Ps. 6. 5. him, Thus saith the LORD, 6t Set thine thy truth.
& 30. 9. • 2 Sam. 17. house in order : for thou shalt die, and 19 The living, the living, he shall praise & RS. 11. not live. thee, as I do this day: 'the father to
& 115. 17.
Ecel. 9. 10. + Heb. Gire 2 Then Hezekiah turned his face toward the children shall make known thy truth.
I Deut. 4. 0. Cart ge en the wall, and prayed unto the LORD, 20 The LORD 25 was ready to save me:
& 6. 7. 3 And said, Remember now, O LORD, therefore we will sing my songs to the Ps. 78, 8, 4. Neh. 13. 14.
I beseech thee, how I have walked be stringed instruments all the days of our
heart, and have done that which is good 21 26 Form Isaiah had said 26. Let them m! Kinga 20. + Heb. in thy sight. And Hezekiah wept t sore. take a lump of figs, and lay it for a
4 Then came the word of the LORD plaister upon the boil, and he shall re-
out of the hand of the king of Assyria : because of the wonder, hath notice of his trea. deb. 37. 35. and I will defend this city.
3 Isaith, understanding thereof. fore• 2 Kings 0.
telleth the Babylonian captérity. 7 And this shall be a sign unto thee
cir. 712. che 2.11.
this thing that he hath spoken;
12, &c. 2 of the degrees, which is gone down in for he had heard that he had been sick, 1 Beb. the tsun dial of Ahaza, ten 3 degrees and was recovered. still the backward. So the sun returned ten 3de- 2 And Hezekiah was glad of them, and 2 Chr. 32.
grees, by which degrees it was gone down. Shewed them the house of his l precious 31.
spicery. recovered of his sickness :
all the house of his tarmour, and all 1 Or, jewels. 10 I said in the * cutting off of my that was found in his treasures: there 1 Heb. days, I shall gos to the gates of the was nothing in his house, nor in all his
vessels, or, grave 6: I am deprived of the residue of dominion, that Hezekiah' shewed them my years.
living: I shall behold man no more with said these men? and from whence came
unto thee? And Hezekiah said, 9 Job 7.6. 12 9 Mine #age is departed, and is re. They are come from a far country unto
moved from me as a shepherd's tent: I me, even from Babylon.
have 10 cut off 10 like & weaver my life : 4 Then said he, What have they seen Or, less hell will cut me off || with pining sick in thine house? And Hezekiah answered, fin taran.
ness : 12 from day even to night 1% wilt thou All that is in mine house have they
seen: there is nothing among my trea-
6 Behold, the days come, that all that Jer, 20. 5. 14 Like a 15 crane or a 16 swallow, SO is in thine house, and that which thy
thers have laid up in store until this day. VAR. REND. - Ca. 38. 1 v. 3. i.e. devoted. shall be carried to Babylon : nothing shall 2 V, 8. of the steps (over the space) which it hath be left, saith the Lord. gone down on the clock of steps of Ahaz by rea- 7 And of thy sons that shall issue from son of the sun. De. (partly Hi. kn.)
thee, which thou shalt beget, shall they 4 V. 10. quiet, Ge. Ew. Kn. De. „5 Let me go, Driver (paid in despair). 6 Vx. 10, 18. Sheol. 7 V. 11. VAR. Rend. - 17 V. 15. i.e. promised. 18 i.e. I Heb. YAB. - V. 12. So Ev. Luc.; or, habitation, will walk humbly, Ge. Hi. Or, (that) I should walk LO. Ge. Hi. Kr. De, Ch.- 9 Lit. plucked up. at ease. De. Ch.; or, in festal procession (Ps. 42. 4), rolled together, Targ. Ev. Ge. (in Thes) De.
. -19 according to, Hi.; or, in spite of, Ex. Ch.; Il was going to.19 V8. 12, 13. i.e. in a single day.
20 V. 16. * V. 13. SO EX.; or, I was patient, De. Naeg.
1* Or, i.e. by such acts of mercy.-was he breaking. 15 v. 14. swift, Tristram. them, De. But see Var. Read.- 22 V. 17. for (my) 16 crane, Hi. Ex. De, Tristram.
welfare, Ge. Ex. Kn. De. Kay.
23 and.- 24 V, 18. VAR. READ.-Chap. 57. V. 39. See 2 Kings 19. are gone.
35 V. 20. Or, is. 26 V. 21. And Isninh 37. Chap. 38. v. 11. B So ol. Ew. Hu. (h. De said (ore 2 Kings 20. 7, 8). 27 V. 22. said. (transporitim); (place of) ceasing. Heh. text, G.. Hi. Chap. 39. 1V. 1. a letter (ch. 37. 14). De. (formerly). -V. 13. R I cried (as a lion, while VAR. READ. -V. 16. B (through them hath every be was breaking, &c.), Targ. Lo. Hu. Kn. Gr. (2.) one the life of) his spirit, Ex. Kn. 1.)
should follow upon; i altogether through
Hezekiah sendeth to Isaiah,
Prophecy against Sennacherib.
tus from his hand, that all the Before CHRIST Ah it came to pass, when king Heze- rave
kiah heard it, that he rent his clothes, kingdoms of the earth may know that CHRIST 710.
and covered himself with sackcloth, and thou art the LORD, even thon only. a 2 Kings went into the house of the LORD.
21 Then Isaiah the son of Amoz sent 19. 2, &c. 2 And he sent Eliakim, who was over unto Hezekiah, saying, Thus saith the
the household, and Shebns the scribe, LORD God of Israel, Whereas thou hast
22 This is the word which the LORD
and of rebuke, and of li blasphemy: for spised thee, and laughed thee to scorn; 1 Or,
the children are come to the birth, and the daughter of Jerusalem hath shaken proovcation.
there is not strength to bring forth. her head at thee.
It may be the LORD thy God will 23 Whom hast thou reproached and hear the words of Rabshakeh, whom the blasphemed? and against whom hast thou king of Assyria his master bath sent exalted thy voice, and lifted up thine to reproach the living God, and will re eyes on high? even against the Holy prove the words which the LORD thy One of Israel.
God hath heard: wherefore lift up thy 24 By thy servants hast thon re-+H. By Heb. prayer for the remnant that is fleit. proached the Lord, and hast said, By found.
5 So the servants of king Hezekiah the multitude of my chariots am I come
up to the height of the mountains, to
unto your master, Thus down † the tall cedars thereof, and the + Heb the saith the LORD, Be not afraid of the choice fir trees thereof: and I will enter words that thou hast heard, wherewith into the height of his border, and the servants of the king of Assyria bave i the forest of his Carmel 7. blasphemed me.
25 I have digged, and drunk water; I OT.
threro 7 Behold, I will send a blast upon and with the sole of my feet' have I me him, and i' he shall hear a rumour, and dried & up all the rivers of the bea Orche return to his own
foret und land; and I will sieged places cause him to fall by the sword in his 26 Hast thou not heard 10 long ago, own land.
hor I have done it; and of ancient 101. fenord
cities into ruinous heaps.
grass on the housetops, and as
11 Behold, thou hast heard what the thy 13 tumult, is come up into mine ears,
turn thee back by the way by 10, risaug. 12 Have the gods of the nations de which thou camest.
Eses S. livered them which my fathers have 30 And this shall be 13 a sign unto thee, destroyed, as Gozan, and Haran, and Ye shall eat this year such as groweth Rezeph, and the children of Eden which of itself; and the second year that were in Telassar?
which springeth of the same: and in Jer. 49. 23. 13 Where is the king of Hamath, and the third year sow ye, and reap, and
the king of Arphad, and the king of the plant vineyards, and eat the fruit thereof.
14 And Hezekiah received the letter of the house of Judah shall again take
of mount Zion: the zeal of the LORD
83 Therefore thus saith the LORD con. ch. 9. 7.
rt the d, ren thou alone, of there, nor come before it with #shields, + H5 all the kingdoms of the earth: thou hast nor cast & bank against it. made heaven and earth.
34 By the way that he came, by the Dao. 9. 18. 17 Incline thine ear, O LORD, and same shall he return, and shall not come
hear; open thine eyes, O LORD, and see : ! into this city, saith the LORD).
ch. 19. & God.
vant David's sake. 18 Of a truth, LORD, the kings of As. 36 Then the angel of the LORD went rgs . + Heb.
syria have laid waste all the nations, and forth, and emote in the camp of the landa. their countries,
Assyrians a hundred and fourscore and 1 Heb. 19 And have + cast their gods into the five thousand : and when 16 they arose
fire: for they were no gods, but the
10 V. 26. that long ago I made it, that in ancient VaR. REND.--Chop. 37. IV. 7. put (such) a spirit days. I fashioned it : ll in laying.
-v. 98. And. in him, that.-Y. 16. Or, sittest upon, Hi. De. dc. -13 V. 29. recklessness.- 14 Or, ring. F. SO. -3 V. 17. he hath.
the.-16 V. 36. men.
Hezekiah's life lengthened.
ISAIAH, 38, 39.
His song of thanksgiving. Be ore early in the morning, behold, they were did I chatter: "I did mourn as a dove : Before CHRIST | all dead corpses.
mine eyes fail with looking upward: 0|CHRIST 710 $7 So Sennacherib king of Assyria de
713. LORD, i
am oppressed; undertake for parted, and went and returned, and me.
A ch. 59. 11, dwelt at Nineveh.
15 What shall I say? he hath both
1 Or, S8 And it came to pass, as he was 17 spoken unto me, and himself hath done worshipping in the house of B Nisroch it: 16 I shall go softly 16 all my years his god, that Adrammelech and Sharezer 19i in the bitterness of my soul.
i Job 7. 11. his sons smote him with the sword; 16 O Lord, © by these things 20 men
& 10. 1. + Heb. and they escaped into the land of † Ar live, and n in all these things 21 in the Ararat. menia : and Esar-haddon his son reigned life of Bmy spirit B: so wilt thou rein his stead.
cover me, and make me to live. CHAPTER 38. 17 Behold, 22 | for peace 22 I had great Or, on my
peace came 1 [lezekiak, having received a message of death, bitterness : 23 but thou hast in love to
great dit by prayer hath his life lengthened. 8 The sun my soul delivered it from the pit of corgoeih ten degrees backward, for a sign of that ruption : for thou hast cast all my sins | Heb. thon promie. 9 Šis song of thankagiring,
hast loped 713
*those days was Hezekiah sick unto 18 For the grave cannot praise thee, a Kisge 20. death. And Isaiah the prophet the son death can not celebrate thee: they that
from the 1. &c.
24 go down into the pit cannot hope for P. 6. 5. 2 Chroa.
of Amox came unto him, and said unto
& 30. 9. 5 2 San. 17. house in order : for thou shalt die, and 19 The living, the living, he shall praise & 88. I. not live. thee, as I do this day: 'the father to
& 115. 17.
Eccl. 9. 10. + Heb. One 2 Then Hezekiah turned his face toward the children shall make known thy truth. charge con the wall, and prayed unto the LORD, 20 The LORD 25 toas ready to save me:
I Deut. 4. 9. trái tà
& 6. 7. 3 And 'said, Remember now, O LORD, therefore we will sing my songs to the Ps. 78, 3, 4. eNet 12. 14. I beseech thee, how I have walked be- stringed instruments all the days of our
fore thee in truth and with a perfect life in the house of the LORD.
heart, and have done that which is good 21 %6 For Isaiah had said 26, Let them m2 Kings 20. + Heb.
4 T Then came the word of the LORD plaister upon the boil, and he shall re-
out of the hand of the king of Assyria : because of the wond-r, hath notice of his trea. deb. 37. 35. and I will defend this city.
3 Isain, understanding thereof, fore7 And this shall be a sign unto thee
tellcth the Babylonian captivity from the LORD, that the LORD will do Tathat time Merodach-baladan. - the ct. 7. 11.
cir. 712. this thing that he hath spoken;
A son of Baladan, king of Babylon, 2 Kings 20. 8 Behold. I will bring again the shadow sent 1 letters and a present to Hezekiah:
12, &c. 2 of the degrees, which is gone down in for he had heard that he had been sick, Heb.
the tsun dial of Ahaza, ten 3 degrees and was recovered. degrennby 07. A the backward. So the sun returned ten 3de.
2 And Hezekiah was glad of them, and 62 Chr. 32. grees, by which 3 degrees it was gone down. shewed them the house of his l precious 81. 9. The writing of Hezekiah king of things, the silver, and the gold, and the OT Judah, when he had been sick, and was spices, and the precious ointment, and
opicery recovered of his sickness :
all the house of his tarmour, and all Or, jewels. 10 I said in the * cutting off of my that was found in his treasures:
there i Heb. days, "I shall gos to the gates of the was nothing in his house, nor in all his
vessela, or, grave 6: I am deprived of the residue of dominion, that Hezekiah shewed them my years.
not. ii I said, I shall not seo 7 the LORD?, 3 Then came Isaiah the prophet unto 712 Ps. 27. 13.
even the LORD in the land of the king Hezekiah, and said unto him, What 116.9.
living ; I shall behold man no more with said these men? and from whence came
they unto thee? And Hezekiah said, 9 Job 7.6. 12 Mine Sage is departed, and is re- They are come from a far country unto
moved from me as a shepherd's tent: I me, even from Babylon.
have 10 cut off 19 like & weaver my life : 4 Then said he, What have they seen 10r. from he 11 will cut me off I with pining sick in thine house? And Hezekiah answered,
ness : 12 from day even to night 12 wilt thou All that is in mine house have they
seen: there is nothing among my trea-
6 Behold, the days come, that all that e Jer. 20.5. 14 Like &
thers have laid up in store until this day, VAR. BEND. - Chap. 38. 1 v. 3. i.e. devoted.
shall be carried to Babylon: nothing shall 3. 8. of the steps over the space) which it hath be left, saith the LORD. gone down on the clock of) steps of Ahaz by rea 7 Ard of thy sons that shall issue from son of the sun, De. (partly Hi. Kn.) steps. thee, which thou shalt beget, shall they • V. 10. quiet, Ge. Ev. Kn. De. - Let me go, Drirer (Raid in despair). .6V8. 10. 18. Sheol.-_7 v. 11. VAR. Rend. - 17 V. 15. i.e. promised. 18 i.e. I Heb. Yar. -V. 12. So Ex. Luz.; or, habitation, will walk humbly, Ge. Hi. Or, (that) I should walk L, Ge. Hi. Kn. De. Ch. 9 Lit. plucked up.
at ease. De. Ch.; or, in festal procession (Ps. 42. 4), 19 rolled together, Targ. Ew. Ge. (in Ther.) De. Ero. 19 according to, Hi.; or, in spite of, Ev. Ch. ; 11 was going to. V8. 12, 13. i.e. in a single day. or, (which should follow upon, Bo. De. --- 20 V. 16. 137. 13. So Ex.; or, I was patient, De. Naco.
-14 Or, i.e. by such acts of mercy. 21 altogether through was he breaking. -15 V. 14. swift, Tristram. them, De. But see Var. Read.22 V. 17. for (my) 16 crane, Hi. Eto. De. Tristram.
welfare, Ge. Eu. Kn. De. Kay. 23 and. .24 V. 18. VAR. READ.--Chap. 57. V. 38. B See 2 Kings 19. are gone.
95 V. 20. Or, is. 26 V, 21. And Isaiah Chap. 88. V. 11. B So 01 Eu. Hu. Ch. De. Faid (ore 2 Kings 20. 7, 8). - 27 V. 22. said. transpositim (place of) ceasing. Heh. tert, Ge. !! Chap. 39. IV. 1. a letter (ch. 37. 14). De. (formerly)
.V. 13. B I cried (as a lion, while VAR. READ. --V. 16. (through ihem hath every he was breaking, de.), Targ. Lo. Hu. Kn. Gr. '(1.) one the life of) his spirit, Ex. Kn. 1.)
Promulgation of the gospel.
ISAIAH, 40, 41.
God's incomparableness. Before take away; and they shall be ? eunuchs 16 And Lebanon is not sufficient to barn, Before CHRIST in the palace of the king of Babylon. nor the beasts thereof sufficient for a
8 Then said Hezekiah to Isaiah, Good burnt offering. I Polslled, is the word of the LORD which thou hast 17 All nations before him are as no . Due 3s Dan. 1.2, 3, spoken. He said moreover, 3 For there thing ; and P they are counted to him P. c.%.
shall be peace and truth in my days. 11 less than nothing li, and vanity. d1 Sa. 3. 18. CHAPTER 40.
18 To whom then will re ? liken God? or vers
what likeness will ye compare unto hiin?
3 The preach. 1 The promulgation of the gospel. cir. 712.
Acts 1229 19 The workman melteth 12 & graven ing John Baptist 9 The preaching of the
ch.167. + Heb.to
apostics. 1? The prophet by the omnipiteney of image 12, and the goldsmith spreadeth it
God, 18 and his incomparablenets, 23 comforteth over with gold, and casteth silver chains. Jerla . 1 Or.
the people. appointed
20 13 He that t is so impoverished that he COMFORT, yes.comfort se my people, hath no oblation 13 chooseth tree that time a See Job 42
2 Speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem, ning workman 'to prepare a graven image, ck 1... ch 61.7. O Matt. 3.3
and cry unto her, that her i warfare is that shall not be moved. Mark 1. 3.
accomplished, that her iniquity is par 21 141 Have ye not known? have ye not 1 Ps. 19.1. Luke 3. 4. doned: le for she hath received of the heard 14; hath it not been told you from Act 17. John 1. 23. LORD's hand double2 for all her 3 sins. the beginning? have ye not understood
Rosa... 19, Mal. 3.1. 8 The voice of him that crieth in from the foundations of the earth? d P.. 68. 4.
the wilderness, Prepare ye* the way of 22 It is he that sitteth upon the circle ! 104, ch. 19. 11.
the LORD, 'make straight in the desert of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof ech. 15. 2.
! a highway for our God.
are as grasshoppers; that *stretcheth out | Or, a straight * Every valley shall be exalted, and the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth
F 1042 place. every mountain and hill shall be made them out as a tent to dwell in : 1 0r, a plain low: "and the Scrooked shall be made 23 That bringeth the princes to nothing; place.
& Sl. 13 6 straight, and the rough places I plain : he maketh the judges of the earth as
Jer 13 2 Job 14.2. 5 And the glory of the LORD shall be vanity. Ps. 90.5.
Job 12.2. $ 102. 11.
revealed, and all filesh shall see it to 24 15 Yea, they shall not be 15 planted ;, P.10.0. & 103 15. gether for the mouth of the
LORD 15 yea, they shall not be 15 sown: 16 yea, Jatner 1. 10. hath spoken it.
their stock shall not take 16 root in the I l'et 1. 24.
6 The voice said, Cry, And he said, earth: 17 and he shall also blow 17 ujion Ps 103 16
What shall I cry? 1 All flesh is grass, them, and they shall wither, and the whirl. A John 12.36 1 Pet. 1. 25.
and all the goodliness thereof is as the wind shall take them away as stubble. I Or, ola flower of the field :
25 y To whom then will ye liken me. 18 or yrer 18. that tellest 7 The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: shall I 16 be equal? saith the Holy One.
Deut. 4. 15. goldings because the spirit of the LORD blow. 26 Lift up your eyes on high, and behold to Zion,
eth upon it: surely the people is grass. who hath created these things, that bring. ch. 41. 27 & 52.7.
8 The grass withereth, the flower fadeth : eth out their host by number: 'he calletb'. Ps 16.4 1 Or, O thou
but Athe word of our God shall stand them all 19 by names by the greatness of
his might, for that he is strong in power; good tidings 9 9810 Zion, that bringest good tid- not one 19 faileth.
ings, get thee up into the high mountain; 27 Why_sayest thou, O Jacob, and speak1 Or.
10 Jerusalem, that bringest good tid est, O Israel, My way is hid from the against the ings, lift up thy voice with strength; LORD, and my judgment is passed over strong lift it up, be not afraid; say unto the from my God? ich. 99. 16. cities of Judah, Behold your God!
28 & Hast thou not known? hast thon kch. 62. 11. 10 Behold, the Lord God will come not heard, that the everlasting, God, the Rev. 22. 12.
| with strong hand, and his arm shall LORD, the Creator of the ends of the 1 Or, Teron. rule for him: behold, & his reward is earth, fainteth not, neither is weary? pence for histork
with him, and I his work before him. " there is no searching of his under. Pr. 16 ch. 19. 4. 11 He shall 'feed his flock like a shep- standing. Ich 49. 10. herd: he shall gather the lambs with his 29 He giveth power to the faint; and to Ezek. 34.23
arm, and carry them in his bosom, and them that hare no Inight he increaseth & 37. 24. John 10.11.
shall gently lead those that are with strength. | 16.18 20 young
30 Even the youths shall faint and be 1 Pet. 2.23 12 - Who hath measured the waters weary, and the young men shall utterly & 5. 4. in the hollow of his hand, and meted fall : Rev. 7.17. out heaven with the span, and compre
31 But they that wait upon the LORD | Or, that
hended the dust of the earth in ta mea. shall trenew their strength; they shall P103.5 gire fuck m Pror 30.4. enre,
and weighed the mountains in 21 mount up with wings 21 as eagles; they Heb. 1 Hleb
scales, and the hills in a balance? shall run, and not be weary; and they a tierce. 13 - Who hath directed the Spirit of the shall walk, and not faint. *Job 21. 22LORD, or being this counsellor hath
CHAPTER 41. & 3€ 22.23 taught him?
1 Grd erpostulateth with his people, about his Rom. 11 34
14 With whom took he counsel, and mercies to the chureh, JO about his promiech 1 Cor. 2. 16. Heb.
rho tinstructed him, and taught him in 21 and about the ranity of Idola man of his the path of judgment, and taught him counsel knowledge, and shewed to him the way
‘KEEP silence before me, onlislands; e Zeck. 2 23 | Heb, made of funderstanding?
strength: let them come near; then let Amurder.
13 Behold, the nations are as a drop of them speak: let us come near together to 'Feb. stand
A bucket, and are counted as the small judgment. t Heb.
dust of the balance: behold, he taketh 2 Who raised up 3+ the righteous man standingay up the 10 isles as a very little thing".
from the east, called him to his foot, c. 6. II. Var. RexD.-V. 7. Rather, chamberlains.
3 V. S.
VAR. Rexd. – 11 V. 17. as things of nought. Surely. - continuance. Chap: 40., V. 2. that. 12 V. 19. the image. ----13 V. 20. Text obscure.) So Taro. Luz. De.
double = double *r. 21. Can ye not perceive? can ye not hear le. punishment.' or receiveth, fc., i.e. shall receive, 15 V. 2. Scarcely are they, Er. De. &c. ----- 16 scarcely Ge. Hi. Etc.; double'= double compensation.' hath their stock taken. 17 when he bloweth. 3 Or, punishments, Ge. Hi. Ew -- V. 3. So Sept. 18 y. 25. that I may. -19 V. 26. Or, by names; through Vulp.; corp. Matt. 3. 3. Rather, crieth. Prepare his plenteous strength and mighty power not one, ye in the wilderness, Heb. arcents, all moderns. Lo. Ge. Luz. Hi. Err. 20 V. 27. right.-Nr. 31.
V. 4. rugged.-- ba table-land.-_IV.7. breath. put forth pinion-feathers, Pu. Ex.; or, lift up (their & V. 9. So Er. De, Ch. Or, O company that bringest pinions, Ge. Hi. De---Chap. 41. F. l. See on eh. good tidings to Zion....0 thou that, &c., to Jeru. 40. 15.-peoples.-IV. 2. from the east the man salem, Ge. Hi. Kn. Kay.-9V. 15. Or, the isles are as that is accompanied by victory (lit. righteonsness), sruall dust which is lifted up, De. -10 Or, countries, Ge. Hi. Ex. De.; or, whom Righteousness calleth to Ge. Hi, CA.; ses-coasts, Ew.
follow him, Ch.
with his people. Before egave the nations before him, and made bring forth yonr strong reasons, saith Before CHRIST him rule over kings? he gave them as the the King of jacob.
CHRIST cir. 712. dast to his sword, and as driven stubble 22 - Let them bring them forth, and
cir. 712 See to his bow.
shew us what shall happen : let theinch. 45.21. Gia. 14,14, 3 He pursued them, and passed + safely; shew the former things, what they be, ke
even by the way that he had not gone that we may consider them, and know tNeh. st Ver. 25. with his feet. the latter end of them; or declare us
our heart ch. 45. 1.
upon them. Heb.
Who hath wrought and done it, things for to come.
calling the generations from the begin. 23 Shew the things that are to come y ch. 43. 9. ever. 26. ning? I the LORD, the first, and -with hereafter, that we may know that ye are
& 45.3 25.7. the last; I am he.
gods; yea, 'do good, or do evil, that we
John 13. 19. & 46 19. 5 The isles saw it, and feared; the ends may be dismayed, and behold it together.
Jer. 10. 5. ech. 43. 10.
of the earth were afraid, drew near, and 21 Behold, eye are 1 of nothing, and your a Ps. 115. 8. 48. 12.
work of nought: an abomination is he ch. 44. 9. Rev. 1. 17. 6 ! They helped every one his neighbour; that chooseth you.
I Cor. 8. $. 22. 13.
and every one said to his brother, t Be of 25 I 10 have raised 10 up one from the 1 Or, eb. 40. 19. good courage. north, and he 11 shall come ll: from the
mething 7 So the carpenter encouraged the rising of the sun 126 shall he call upon 101, + Heb Be strong,
Igoldsmith, and he that smootheth with my name: and he 13 shall B come 13 upon
the hammer him that smote the anvil, geb. 10. 19.
princes As upon morter, and as the of a riper.
Ezra 1.2. 1 Or,
1 saying, it is ready for the sodering: potter treadeth clay: faunder. and he fastened it with nails, that it 26 «Who hath declared from the begin- ever. 2 should not be moved. ning, that we may know? and beforetime,
dch. 13. 9. *ag. 8 But thou, Israel, art my servant, Jacob that we may say, 15 He is righteous 15 I 19. saying whom I have chosen, the seed of Abra- yea, there is none that sheweth, yea, there
is none that declareth, yea, there is none Ach. 10. 20.
9 Thou whom I have taken from the that heareth your words.
ends of the earth, and called thee from 27 16 e The first I shall say to Zion, Be. Deat. 7.6.
« ver. 4. * 10. 15. the 5 chief mens thereof, and said unto hold, behold them: and I will give to Je- 1 ch. 40.9.
thee, Thou art my servant; I have chosen rusalem one that bringeth good tidings 16. Ps. 133 ch. 13. 1. thee, and not cast thee away.
28 , For I beheld, and there was no man; Sch. 63. 3. 10 Fear thou not; "for I am with even among them, and there was no coun2 Chr. 20
thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy sellor, that, when I asked of them, could
+ Heb. Jatet 2.33. help thee; yea, I will nphold thee with 29 "Behold, they are all vanity; their return. 174. 13, 1. the right hand of my righteousness. works are nothing: their molten images
A ver. 24. ch. 43 3.
11 Behold, all they that were incensed are wind and confusion, Deat, 31. against thee shall be nashamed and con
CHAPTER 42. founded: they shall be Er. 23 12
as nothing :
1 The office of Christ, graced with mockness and
cir. 712. 50. 13. perish
erhortition to praise God for his gospel, 17
ach 13. 10. Zeet. 12. 3. 19 Thou shalt seek them, and shalt not He reproveth the people of incredulity
& 19, 3, 6. + Meb, the
& 52. 13. find them, even † them that contended
& 53. 11. with thee: they that war against thee hold; mine elect, in whom my sonl Matt. 12. Heb. the shall be as nothing, and as a thing of delighteth; I have put my spirit upon
18, 19, 20.
Phil. 2. 7. nought.
him: he shall bring forth 1 judgment to 13 For I the LORD thy God will hold the Gentiles.
* Matt. 3. + Keb
17. thy right hand, saying unto thee, Fear 2 He shall not cry, nor 2 lift up?, nor & 17. 5. not; I will help thee.
cause his voice to be heard in the street. Ephes. 1.6. . rer. 10.
14 Fear not, thon worm Jacob, and ye 3 A bruised reed shall he not break, ech. 11. 2. 1 OT, | men of Israel; I will help thee, saith and the smoking flax shall he not
John 3. 34 the Lord, and thy redeemer, the Holy + quench: he shall bring forth ' judgment
1 Or, dimly One of Israel. sunto truth.
burning. , Mic. 4. 13
1 Heb. 15 Behold, PI will make thee a new * Ce: 194, sharp,
4 He shall not fail nor be discouraged,
quench 12. threshing instrument having till he have set ljudgment in the earth: Heb. + teeth: thou shalt thresh the mountains, and the isles shall wait for his * law. broken. Heb. ssache.
make and beat them small, and shalt
5 [ Thus saith God the LORD, he that d Gen. 49. the hills as chaff. created the heavens, and stretched them
10. Je, S... 16 Thou shalt a fan them, and the wind out; she that spread forth the earth, ch. 4. 24,
Zech. 12. I. shall carry them away, and the whirl and that which cometh out of it; she wind shall scatter them: and thou shalt that giveth breath unto the people upon
Ps. 136. 6.
g Acts 17. rejoice in the Lord, and 'shalt glory in it, and spirit to them that walk therein:
25. the Holy One of Israel.
6 I the LORD have called thee in right. Ich. 43. 1. 17 When the poor and needy seek water, eousness, and will hold thino hand, and ich. 49.8. and there is none, and their tongue will 5 keep thee, and give thee for
kch. 49. 6. faileth for thirst, I the LORD will hear covenant of the people, for "a light of them, I the God of Israel will not for the Gentiles;
Acts 13. 47. kake them.
7 To open the blind eyes, to bring ich. 35. 5. .ch. 38.9,..
mch. 61.). 18, I will open "rivers in high places, out the prisoners from the prison, and
Luke 4. 18. and fountains in the midst of the val. them that sit in * darkness out of the
2 Tim. 2. 26. 1 Ps. 107. 35. leys: I will make the wilderness a pool prison house.
Hebr. 2.14, of water, and the dry land springs of
8 I am
the LORD: that is my name : water.
and my "glory will I not give to another, *ch. 9. 2. 19 I will plant in the wilderness the neither my praise to graven images.
och. 18. 11. cedar, the 7 shittah tree, and the myrtle, and the oil tree; I will set in
the VAR. REND.-10 v. 25. raised. 1 came.-12 doth. desert the fir tree, and the spine, and
13 cometh. - * Lit. deputies : see Neh. 4. 14.the box tree together :
15 V. 26. He cor, It) is right.-V. 27. I the first Job 19.9. 20 That they may see, and know, and gave an herald of good unto Zion, even unto Jern.
consider, and understand together, that salem (one that anid), Behold, behold them, De
the hand of the LORD hath done this. Dieu. Luz. Ch. (substantially Hi. Ev.) Or, (I) the eb.
and the Holy One of Israel hath created first (said), Behold, behold them, unto Zion, and it.
gave, &c., Lo, Ge. De.--- Chap. 42. 1 V8. 1, 3, 4, 21 + Produce your canse, saith the LORD; (the) religion, Ch. (substantially! Ge. Er. Hi. De
See 2 Kings 17. 26–28. V. 2. ne. shout. 3 V, S. VAR. Rend. -* V. 4. Or, with the last I am the according unto. - V. 4. teaching (ch. 2. 4).-Sv. 6. same, Hi.-SV. 9. uttermost parts. --_6 V. 18. Or. form, Ew, Ch. on bare hills.--7 V. 19. i.e. acacia. 8 Probably, VAR. READ.-Chap. 41. V. 25. B trample, Targ. plane. Probably, larch.
(one of two renderings), Lo. Lue. (1.)
Luke 2. 32.