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THE word sofinthe LORD came again
were the merchanta
The unrecoverable fall of Tyrus.
EZEKIEL, 28. Judgment upon the prince thereos. Before
Before 18 Damascus was thy 8 merchant in the 35 . All the inhabitants of the isles CHRIST multitude of the wares of thy making, shall be astonished at thee, and their CHRIST
for the multitude of all riches; 16 in the 16 kings shall be sore afraid, they shall be
troubled in their countenance. I Or,
19 17 Dan also 17 and Javan ß l going to 36 The merchants among the 5 people Meuzal. and fro Boccupied in thy fairs $: bright P shall hiss at thee; thou shalt be ta
Jer 1816 iron, cassia, and calamus, were in thy terror, and † never shalt be any more. Gen. 25. 9. market. 1 Heb. 20. Dedan was thy 10 merchant in † 18 pre- 1 God's judgment upon the prince of Tyrus for
CHAPTER 28. clothes of cious clothes 18 for chariots. freedom
his sacrilogious pride 11 lamentation of Ais 21 Arabia, and all the princes of 'Kedar, (Gen. 25.
great glory corrupted by sin. 20 The judgment
mah, they were thy 10 merchants: they ? OC- Tyrus, Thus saith the Lord God; Be-
and with all precious stones, and gold. hast said, I am a God, I sit in the 1, 2.
23 - Haran, and Canneh, and Eden, B the seat of God, “in the midst of the seas; 'ich 7.2 Ps. 72. 10, merchants of y Sheba B, Asshur, y and Chile yet thou art a man, and not God. Isai 60.6. mad, were thy 10 merchants y.
though thou set thine heart as the heart to Gen. 11.
24 These were thy 10 merchants in 20 all of God :
sorts of 20 things, in blue 21 | clothes, and 3 Behold, d thou art wiser than Daniel ; 9 Kings 19. broidered work, and in chests of rich there is no secret that they can bide
apparel, bound with cords, and made of from thee : y Gen. 25. 3. cedar, B among thy merchandise B.
4 With thy wisdom and with thine up! Or, ere.
25 · The ships of Tarshish 22 did sing of derstanding thou hast gotten thee riches, tant things.
thee in thy market 2: and thou wast re- and hast gotten gold and silver into thy Heb. follings. plenished, and made very glorious « in the treasures : P. 48.7. midst of the seas.
5+ By thy great wisdom ? and by the Isai. 2. 16, 26 | Thy rowers have brought thee into traffick hast thou increased thy riches, & 23. 14. great waters : the east wind hath bro. and thine heart is lifted up because of a ver. 4. ken thee in the t midst of the seas. thy riches : b Ps. 48.7. 27 Thy riches, and thy 23 fairs, thy 6 Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD; + Heb.
merchandise, thy mariners, and thy pilots, Because thou hast set thine heart as the heart.
thy calkers, and the occupiers of thy heart of God; Prov. 11. 4. ver 3..
merchandise, and all thy men of war, 7 Behold, therefore I will bring strangers Rev. 18. 9,
that are in thee, and B in all thy com: upon thee, the terrible of the nations : yeb 2...
pany which is in the midst of thee, shall and they shall draw their swords against 1 Or, er fall into the midst of the seas in the the beauty of thy wisdom, and they shall with all day of thy ruin.
defile thy brightness. t Heb.
28 The suburbs d shall shake at the Acart.
8 They shall bring thee down to the pit, sound of the cry of thy pilots.
and thou shalt die the deaths of the 1 Or, teaves. dch. 26. 15,
29 And all that haridle the oar, the that are slain in the midst of the seas. 18.
mariners, and all the pilots of the sea, 9 Wilt thou yet say, before him that e Rev. 18. 17, shall come down from their ships, they slayeth thee, I am God ? but thou skait &c. shall stand upon the land ;
be a man, and no God, in the hand of 30 And shall cause their voice to be heard him that is slayeth thee.
25 against thee, and shall cry bitterly, 10 Thou shalt die the deaths of the Job 2. 12. and shall I cast
up dust upon their uncircumcised by the hand of strangers : Rev. 18. 19. he they shall wallow themselve in for I have spok it, saith the Lord GOD. g Esth. t. 1, the asbes :
11 [ Moreover the word of the LORD Jer. 6. 26.
31 And they shall * make themselves came unto me, saying, A Jer. 16. 6.
utterly bald for thee, and gird them with 12 Son of man, take up a lamentation i et 2 & 47.5 sackcloth, and they shall weep for thee upon the king of Tyrus, and say unto Mic. 1. 16. with bitterness of heart and bitter wail- him, Thus saith the Lord God; Thou dc.: ing.
B 3 sealest up the sum SB, full of wisdom, ich. 26. 27. 32 And in their wailing they shall itake and perfect in beauty. ver. 2.
up & lamentation for thee, and lament 13 Thou hast been in 'Eden the garden ich Rev. 18. over thee, saying, What city is like of God; every precious stone say thy
Tyrus, like the destroyed in the midst covering, the sardius, topaz, and the te
diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the Rev. 18. 19. 33' When thy wares 26 went forth ont of jasper, the sapphire, the emerall, and
the seas, thou filledet many people; thon the 5 carbuncle B, and y gold : the worst
that thou wast created.
broken 27 by the seas in B the depths of that covereth 8; and I have set thee sob: ver, 27. the waters * thy merchandise and all thy thou wast upon the holy mountain of company in the midst of thee 38 shall God; thou hast walked up and down in
the midst of 9 the stones of fire. VAR. REND. — 16 V. 18. with. - 17 v. 19. Wedan, VAR. Rend. V. 35. See r. s. _30 F. $6. per Ge. Hå. Jo. Ke. Fairb.- .18 V. 20. cloths of tapestry. -Chap. 28. iv, 2. a.-7. 5. in. —-. is the
19 V. 21. were the customers of thy hand.- senlest up the fabric, Klie. Ke. (The bir 20 V. 24. gorgeous.--21 mantles.- 22 V. 25. were thy pared to the keystone of some great bui caravans, thy merchandise, Ge. Ex. Ke.
23 V. 27 4 V. 13. carbuncle. Wares. * V. 29.
pasture-grounds, Hi. Ke. caskets, Jerome, Ge. Hi. 7 V. 14. wast. So a %5 V. 30. over.- V. 33. came. -7 V. 34. from. Klie. Ke.; far (?)-covering cherub, Jer. Ge, Be. 38 are fallen.
9 Omit. VAR. READ. - V. 19. B from Uzal (Gen. 10. 27), VAR. READ.-Chap. 28. V. 12. B deftir-made ce MSS. Sept. Pesh. Aq. Boch. Ew. Hä. Ali. Ke. Currey. ring, 3 sss. Sept. Aq. Pex). Vrlg. Bea 41. & - V8. 21, 24. B in them was thy trafick, Hi. (pis.) similarly Ex. (pt.); comp. Jer. 29. 21-ris en
-V. 23. B these were thy dealers, Sept. y was as the ligure, the agate, and the amethyst Er thine apprentice in traffick, Hi. (pls.) V. 27. B Sept. E.. Hi. -Y (Sense rery odaute.) With Omit, many MSS. Sept. Pesh. Targ. Hi. - V. 34. B hast thou filled thy treasuries and the store mot Now art thou broken from the seas ; into, s uss. from, Sept. Pesh. ---- T. 14. B Beside the, te Sept. Pesh. Vulg. Ex. Hi. (pts.) Contrast ch. 26. 17. I placed thee, (pts.) Hi. (with Sept. : similar ank
& 16. 4.
The judgment of Zidon,
The judgment of Pharaoh. Before 15 Thou wast perfect in thy ways from which hath said, My 3 river is mine own,
Before CHRIST the day that thou wast created, till ini. and I have made it for myself.
599. quity was found in thee.
4 But I will put hooks in thy jaws, 16 By the multitude of thy merchandise and I will cause the fish of thy rivers See ch. 28. they have filled the midst of thee with to stick unto thy scales, and I will bring violence, and thou hast sinned : therefore thee up out of the midst of thy rivers, lasi. 37.29.
ch. 38. 4. I will cast thee as profane out of the and all the fish of thy rivers shall stick
mountain of God: and B I will destroy unto thy scales. prez. 14
thee, ” O covering cherub B, from the 5 And I will leave thee throton into the
wilderness, thee and all the fish of thy
of the field. of thy beauty, thou hast corrupted thy fields; 9 thou shalt not be brought to. wisdom 10 by reason of 10 thy brightness: gether, nor gathered: "I have given thee Jers
. 8. 2. I will cast thee to the ground, I will lay for meat to the beasts of the field and thee before kings, that they may behold to the fowls of the heaven.
A Jer. 7. 33. thee.
6 And all the inhabitants of Egypt shall & 34, 20. 18 Thou hast defiled thy sanctuaries by know that I am the LORD, because B they the multitude of thine iniquities, by the have ß been a staff of reed to the house i 2 Kings 18. iniquity of thy traffick ; therefore will I of Israel.
Isai. 36. 6. bring forth a fire from the midst of thee, 7 "When they took hold of thee B by
k Jer. 37.5, it shall devour thee, and I will bring thee thy ß hand, thou didst break, and rend
7. 11. to ashes upon the earth in the sight of all their shoulder: and when they leaned ch.17.17. all them that behold thee.
upon thee, thon brakest, and madest + all 19 All they that know thee among the their loins to 5 be at a stand 5.
11 people shall be astonished at thee : 8 1 Therefore thus saith the Lord God; +0.9L.
'thou shalt be t a terror, and never shalt Behold, I will bring a sword upon thee, ?ch. 14. 17.
late and waste; and they shall know that ich & 2 21 Son of man, 'set thy face against I am the LORD: because he hath said, Zidon, and prophesy against it,
The 3 river is mine, and I have made it.
Behold, I am against thee, 0 Zidon ; and against thy 2 rivers, mand I will make mch. 30. 12. Jer. 95.22 and I will 12 be glorified in the midst the land of Egypt futterly waste and + Heb.
of thee: and they shall know that I desolate, l from the tower of 6 f Syene wastes of ch. 21.30
am the LORD, when I shall have executed even unto the border of Ethiopia.
Migdel 3. 13 tified 13 in her.
it, nor foot of beast shall pass through it, Syene. P. 9. 16. 23 : For I will send into her pestilence, neither sball it be inhabited forty years. Ex. 14. 2. cha 41,
Jer. 44.1. and blood into her streets; and the wound. 12 P And I will make the land of Egypt
#ch. 30. 6. ed shall I be judged 1 'in the midst of desolate in the midst of the countries that
+ Heb. her by the sword upon her on every are desolate, and her cities among the 30 1.22 and they shall know that I am cities that are laid waste shall be deso
och. 32. 13. tbe LORD. late forty years : and I will scatter the
pch. 30. 7, 24 And there shall be no more ea Egyptians among the nations, and will Josh. 3.13
15 pricking brier unto the house of Israel, disperse them through the countries.
from the 11 people among whom they are into the land of Pathros, into the land i Or, birth. scattered, and shall 13 be e sanctified 13 in of their | habitation; and they shall be Heb. low. them in the sight of the heathen, then there a ti base kingdom.
rch. 17.6, shall they dwell in their land that I 15 It shall be the basest of the kingdoms; 14. have given to my servant Jacob.
neither shall it exalt itself any more above & Jer. 2. S.
26 And they shall " dwell || safely therein, the nations: for I will diminish them, that
and shall build houres, and plant vine- they shall no more rule over the nations. Or, vis
yards ; yea, they shall dwell with confi. 16 And it shall be no more the con- Isai. 30. 1, dence, when I have executed judgments fidence of the house of Israel, which
& 36. 4, 6 latest apon all those that I despise them round bringeth their iniquity to remembrance, Per 31.3.
about them; and they shall know that when they shall look after them: but $ OT, spol. I am the LORD their God.
they shall know that I am the Lord GOD.
17 G And it came to pass in the seven 572. CHAPTER 29.
and twentieth year, in the first month, in
the first day of the month, the word of
ch. 26. 7, 8. .. 28. 21 N the tenth year, in the tenth month, service against Tyrus every head I. 19.1.
in the twelfth day of the month, thé made bald, and every shoulder ua 10 peel. je 25. 19,
word of the LORD carne unto me, saying, ed: yet had be no wages, nor his army,
3 Speak, and say, Thus saith the Lord Behold. I will give the land of Egypt Ise 7.1.
God;. . Behold, I am against thee, Pha- unto Vebucbadrezzar king of Babylon;
her sport, that lieth in the midst of his 2 rivers, † take her spoil, and take her prey; and
it shall be the wages for his army. TAR, REYD.-10 V. 17. Or, together with, Sept. fi.
- Vs. 19, 25. peoples.- 12 V. 22. get me glory VAR. REND._3 V':. 3, 9. Nile. 4 V. 7. take.... dost *p, honour) ; comp. Ex. 14. 4.-13 V8. 29, 25. have lean.... breakest....makest.- -5 totter, Ge. Ex. li. en mysel'i holy:--- * V. 28. fall.—15 V. 24. fret. Ke. LG V. 10. Migdol to.---TV. 13. For.— 8 peoples, ing Lev. 13. 51). -Chap. 29. IV. 3. 1.e. crocodile. -9 V, 16. in that they do turn.--- 10 v. 18. rubbed Ps. 3, 4, 5, !0. Nile-canals (Ex. 7. 17-19).
bare. Il v. 19. Or, carry off her abondance, Hi, Ke. VAR. READ.-- V. 16. B the covering cherub shall VAR. READ. - Chap. 29. V. 6. B thou hast, Sept. Perh. lestroy thee, H. (after Sept. Symm.)
Vulg. Hi. (1.) --- V. 7. B with the, Heb. marg. Ew. Hi.
The desolation of
EZEKIEL, 30, 31.
Egypt and her helpers, Before 20 I have given him the land of Egypt and will set fire in " | Zoan, and will Before CHRIST 13 || for his labour wherewith he u served execute judgments in No.
CHRIST against it 12, 13 because they wrought for 15 And I will pour my fury upon 1 Sin. 1 Or. me 13, saith the Lord God.
the strength of Egypt; and 'I will cut. for hio hire. 21 [ In that day will I cause 14 the horn off the multitude of No. Jer. 25. 9. of the house of Israel to bud forth 14. 16 And I will set fire in Egypt: Sin' : , Teni, * Ps. 132. 1.. and I will give thee the opening of the shall have great pain, and No shall be Sub y ch.3 27. mouth in the midst of them; and they rent asunder, and B 12 Yoph shali kare . shall know that I am the LORD.
distresses daily 19 B.
17 The young men of 13 | Aven and of iden. CHAPTER SO.
1 Pi-beseth shall fall by the sword : and
18 * At Tehaphnehes also the day shall Heliopolis break the arm of Egypt.
be darkened, when I shall break there one 072
HE word of the LORD came again the yokes of Egypt: and the pomp of her
strength shall cease in her : as for her, a re I. 2 Son of man, prophesy and say, Thus cloud shall cover her, and her daughters or alsai. 13. 6. saith the Lord GoD; * Howl ye, Woe shall go into captivity. worth the day!
19 Thus will I execute judgments in
the LORD is near, a cloudy day; it shall the LORD.
20 | And it came to pass in the eleventh 4 And the sword shall come upon Egypt, year, in the first month, in the seventh | Or, fear. and great pain shall be in 1 Ethiopia, day of the month, that the word of the
when the slain shall fall in Egypt, and LORD came unto me, saying. ech. 29. 12, they shall take away her ? multitude, 21 Son of man, I have broken the arm , Jer. a Jer. 50.19. and d her foundations shall be broken of Pharaoh king of Egypt; and, lo, it': Je # 1 down.
shall not be bound up to be healed, to + Heb. Phul, 5 1 Ethiopia, and + Libya, and 3 Lydia, put a roller to bind it, to make it strong ch. 27. 10.
and e all the * mingled people and to hold the sword. e Jer. 25, 20, B Chub, and the men of the 5 land that 22 Therefore thus saith the Lord God:
is in league", shall fall with them by Behold, I am against Pharaoh king of Heb. children. the sword.
Egypt, and will break his
arms, the PLR 6 Thus saith the LORD; They also that strong, and that which was broken; and
uphold Egypt shall fall; and the pride I will cause the sword to fall out of his 1 Or, froma of her power shall come down: is from hand. Migdol to
& the tower of 6 Syene shall they fall in 23. And I will scatter the Egyptians *** Syrne.
it by the sword, saith the Lord God. among the ch. 29. 10.
nations, and will disperse
midst of the countries that are desolate, 24 And I will strengthen the arms of
in his hand: but I will break Pharaoh's
LORD, when I have set a fire in Egypt, with the groanings of a deadiy wounded Heh. and when all her helpers shall be † de- man. dreken. stroved.
25 But I will 14 strengthen the arms of A Isai. 18.1, 9 In that day hshall messengers go forth the king of Babylon, and the arms of
from me in ships to make the careless Pharaoh shall fall down; and they shall R. & I
of Babylon, and he shall stretch it out ich. 19. 19. 10 Thus saith the Lord God; I will upon the land of Egypt.
also make the 8 multitude of Egypt to 26 d And I will scatter the Egyptians i cease by the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king among the nations, and disperse then 2.0 of Babylon.
among the countries; and they shall k ch. 28. 7. 11 He and his people with him, k the know that I am the LORD. terrible of the nations, shall be brought
CHAPTER 31. to destroy the land: and they shall draw Ilani, 19. 5, their swords against Egypt, and fill the 1 A relation unto Pharaoh, 3 of the glory or As land with the plain.
xyria, 10 and the full thereof for pride. 18 The + Heb
like destruction of Egypt. 12 And I will make the rivers + dry, drought. m Ini 19. 4.
I make the , Heb.
year, in the third month, in the first and tall that is therein, by the hand of day of the month, that the word of the thereof.
strangers: I the LORD have spoken it. LORD came unto me, saying. * Isai. 19.1. 13 Thus saith the Lord God; I will also 2 Son of man, speak unto Pharaoh king Jer. 43. 12. + destroy the 10 idols, and I will cause of Egypt, and to his multitude; . Whon
their ll images to cease out of Noph; art thou like in thy greatness ? Zech. 13. 2.
and there shall be no more a prince of 3 [Behold, the Assyrian as a ceda: Ben 10 . Zecb. 10. 11.
the land of Egypt: Pand I will put a in Lebanon + with fair branches, and pIsai. 19. 16. fear in the land of Egypt.
with shadowing shroud, and of 9 ch. 29. 14. 14 And I will make 9 Pathros desolate, high stature ; and his top was among
the Ithick bonghsl. VAR. REND. --12 V. 20. to be his reward for which 4 The waters made him great, the for he hath served, Ew. Hi. Ke-13 Or, for that they deep % | set him up on high 2 with her (the Egyptians) have done to me, Hi. 1* V. 21. an rivers running round about his 3 plants. horn to bud forth to the house of Israel (Ps. 139. and sent out her little rivers into all 17).– Chap). 30. 1 V8. 4, 5. Hro. Cush. - V. 4. Or, the trees of the field. abundance, Hi. Ke.-IV. 5. Lud (ch. 27. 10: comp. 5 Therefore d his height was exalted Gen. 10. 13). 4 See on Jer. 25. 20.----5 So Pesh. E». Hä. Ke.; land of the covenant (i.e. Israel), Sept. Jer. VAR. REND.-12 V. 16. in Noph (shall come out Hi. (comp. Jer. 42-11).--" V. 6. Migdol to.- V. 9. mies in the day time, Hi. Ke. (Zeph. 2.9.Or, in, Err. Mi-8V. 10. Or, hum. 9. v. 12. Nile. 13 V. 17. i.e. On (Punctnation Area Twickes canals. 10 v. 15. idol-blocks (or, doll-images). idolatry') chosen probably to allude to its stars il false gods.
worship, Hä. Hi. Ke... 25. hold up. HiVAR. READ. - Chap. 30.
V. 5. B Lub, i.e. either Chap. 31. 18. 3, 10, 14. clouds. r. 4. nouns Nubia, Exc. Ii. (formerly), or Libya, Ke. Comp. him.-3 plantation. Nah. 3. 9; 2Chr. 16. 8. V. 7. B she, Sept. Hi. VAR. READ.--V. 16. B the waters shall he dispersen Comp. ch. 29. 12.
Sept. (those, viz. which defend it. See Nah. SS.
& 16. 25.
dch. 36. 18.
N 3. 13
The fall of Assyria for pride.
EZEKIEL, 32. Lamentation for the fall of Egypt. Before above all the trees of the field, and his
Before CHRIST boughs were multiplied, and his branches 1 A lamentation for the fearful fall of Egypt.
CHRIST became long because of the multitude of
11 The stoord of Babylon shall destroy il. 17 it 1 Or, when waters, I when he shot forth.
shall be brought doion to hell, among all the 6 All the fowls of heaven made their uencircumcised nations.
nests ach. 17. 23. branches did all the beasts of the heia Apen it came to pass in the twelfth
year, in the twelfth month, in the Dan. 1. 19.
bring forth their young, and under his first day of the month, that the word
of the LORD came unto me, saying,
young lion of b ch. 19.3,
6. Gez. 2. &. 8 The cedars in the garden of God the nations, 2e and thou art as a whale $ 13. 10.
38. 13 could not hide him : the fir trees were in the seas and thou B 3 camest forth ch. 2. 13.
ech. 29. 3, not like his boughs, and the chesnut with 3 thy rivers B, and troubledst the
1 Or, trees were not like his branches; nor waters with thy feet, and fouledst their
dragon. any tree in the garden of God was like rivers. unto him in his beauty.
% Thus saith the Lord God; I will 9 I 5 have made him fair by the multi- therefore espread out my net over thee ech. 12. 13. tude of his branches : 80 that all the with a company of many people; and
& 17. 20
Hoses 7.13. trees of Eden, that were in the garden they shall bring thee up in my net. of God, envied him.
4 Then will I leave thee upon the ch. 29.5. 10 . Therefore thus saith the Lord God; land, I will cast thee forth upon the Because thou hast lifted up thyrelf in open field, and y will cause all the fowls $ch, 31. 13.
height, and he hath shot up his top of the heaven to remain upon thee, and Dan. S. 20. among the thick boughal, and his I will fill the beasts of the whole earth heart is lifted up in his height;
with thee. 11 I have therefore delivered him into 5 And I will lay thy flesh "upon the h eh. 31. 12.
the hand of the mighty one of the heathen; monntains, and fill the valleys with thy + Heb. the shall surely deal with him: I have 5 height. in doing å driven him out for his wickedness.
6 I will also water with thy blood the Or, the shek do 12 And strangers, the terrible of the land wherein thou swimmest, eren to the landcftry
WÁS tiny. nations, have cut him off, and have left mountains; and the rivers shall be full A ch. 2.7. ich 22. .
him: upon the mountains and in all of thee.
the valleys his branches are fallen, and 7 And when I shall I put thee out, I 35. &
I OT. his boughs are broken by all the rivers will cover the heaven, and make the
ertuiguish. of the land; and all the people of the stars thereof 6 dark ; I will cover the
ilsai 13. 10.
Joel 2. 91. earth are gone down from his shadow, sun with cloud, and the moon shall and have left him.
not give her light. krat. 1. 13 Upon his ruin shall all the fowls 8 All the bright lights of heaven will Mat. 24. 29.
Rev. 6. 12 of the heaven remain, and all the beasts I make dark over thee, and set darkof the field 7 shall be 7 upon his branches : ness upon thy land, saith the Lord God.
+ Heb. 14 To the end that none of all the trees 9 I will also + vex the hearts of many light of the by the waters exalt themselves for their * people, when I shall bring thy destruc
light is height, neither shoot up their top a- tion among the nations, into the coun.
hearen. mong the I thick boughs!, neither B their tries which thou hast not known.
then dark. Or, *trees stand up in their height, all 10 Yea, I will make many people ka
| Heb that drink water: for 'they are all de. mazed at thee, and their kings shall be
propoke to the height. livered unto death, me to the nether parts horribly afraid for thee, when I shall
of the earth, in the niidst of the child brandish my sword before them; and gris dren of men, with them that go down 'they shall tremble at every moment.
kch. 27. 35. to the pit. every man for his own life, in the day
I ch. 26. 16. 15 Thus faith the Lord God; In the of thy fall. day when he went down to the grave 9 11 For thus saith the Lord God; Jer. 46. 26. I 'caused & mourning : I covered the The sword of the king of Babylon shall deep for him, and I restrained the foods come upon thee. thereof, and the great waters were stay. 12 By the words of the mighty will I
ed: and I caused Lebanon t to mourn cause thy multitude to fall, the terrible nch. 28. 7. to be blast.
for him, and all the trees of the field of the nations, all of them: and othey
shall spoil the pomp of Egypt, and all ach. 26. 15. 16 I made the nations to shake at the the multitude thereof shall be destroyed. Isai. 14. 15. round of his fall, when I cast him 13 I will destroy also all the beasts
down to hell with them that descend thereof from beside the great waters; p Isai. 14.6. into the pit : and Pall the trees of Eden, Ppeither shall the foot of man trouble p ch. 29. 1).
eh. 30. 4.
ech. 29. 19.
the choice and best of Lebanon, all that them any more, nor the hoofs of beasts 9 ch. 32. 31. drink water, 10% shall be comforted 10 in trouble them. the nether parts of the earth.
14 Then will I make their waters 7 deep, 17 They also went down into 'hell with and cause their rivers to run like oil, Heb.de him unto them that be slain with the saith the Lord God.
the fulness sword; 11 and they that were his arm, 15 When I shall make the land of Egypt thereus. rlar. 4. 20. that 11'dwelt under his shadow in the desolate, and the country shall be des Ex. 7. 5. midst of the heathen.
titute of that whereof it was full, when & 14. 4. 18. 18 C.To whom art thou thus like in I shall smite all them that dwell there
Ps. 9. 16.
ch. 6. 7. glory and in greatness among the trees in, then shall they know that I am the of Eden? yet shalt thou be brought down LORD.
2 Sam. 1.17. with the trees of Eden unto the nether 16 This is the lamentation wherewith 235 25. feb. 29. 10. parts of the earth: 'thou shalt lie in the they shall lament her:
ch. 26. 17.
the daughters * 32. 19,21, midst of the uncircumcised with them that 74, ie
te slain by the sword. This is Pharaoh VAR. Rend.-Chap. 32. IV. 2. wast likened unto and all his multitude, saith the Lord God. a, Ew. Hä. Ke.; art undone, 0, Hi, He — whereas
thou art (or, though thou wast, Hi. He.) a mon. VAR. Rexd. * V, 8. plane. 5 V. 9. Omit. ster, Ew. Ke, Schrö. - -3 didst gush forth with, lle.; 57. 13. do. — 7 are. — 5 V. 14. strong ones (ch. 32. brakest forth into, Ke. --- V8. S, 9, 10. peoples: 2), Ha. 9 V8. 15-17. Sheol. - 10 v. 16. did com. v. 5. Or, foulness, Ex, llä. — 6'Vs. 1, s. black. fort themselves. -Ilv, 17. Or, which, as his arm -7V. 14. to sink, Hi. Klie.; to settle (become (i.e. his help), had, Ke.
clear), Ew. Hä. Ke. V. 16. and they shall chant VAR. READ. -- Chap. 31. V, 14. B stand upon (=it. trust to, ch. 33. 26) themselves' (in their pride), VAR. READ. - Chap. 32. V. 2. B didat gush out • many uss. Sept. Targ. Hi. Ke. (pt.)
(spray) through thy nostrils, Ew. Hi. (Job 11. 20).
ver. 2. ch. 32. 19.
terror in the land of the divised A GAIN the word of the Lord came
Fearful fall of Egypt.
The duty of a catcleman. Before of the nations shall "lament her: they terror of the mighty in the land of the Palare CHRIST shall lament for her, eren for Egypt, living.
and for all her multitude", saith the Lord 28 23 Yea, thou 23 shalt be broken in the
midst of the uncircumcised, and shalt le 587. 17 | It came to pass also in the twelfth with them that are slain with the sword.
year, in the fifteenth day of the B month, 29 There is Edom, her kings, and all i en 25. 23,
aro † laid by them that were slain by the 18 Son of man, wail for the multitude sword: they 26 shall lie with the uncir. sch. 26, 20. of Egypt, and cast them down. Beren cumcised, and with them that go down
her B, n and the daughters of the famous to the pit.
are gone down with the slain; '16 with** 1 ch. 31. 2, 19 B? Whom dost thon pass in 12 beauty ? their terror they are ashamed of their
go down, and be thou laid with the might 20; and they lio uncircumcised with u ver. 21, 24, uncircumcised.
them thai be slain by the sword, and bear 20 They shall fall in the midst of them their shame with them that go down to 1 Or.
that are slain by the sword: 13 she is the pit.
mcomforted over all his multitude, Berea mai * Isai. L. 31. 21 * The strong among the mighty shall Pharaoh and all his army slain by the & 16.9, 10. speak li to
him out of the midst of swords, saith the Lord GOD. 15 hell with them that 16 help him : they 32 For I have caused my terror B in y ver. 19, 25, are ygone down, they lie uncircumcised, the land of the living : and he shall be slain B by the sword.
laid in the midst of the uncircumcised 3 ver 25, 26, 22 = Asshur is there and all her com. with them that are slain with the sword,
pany: his graves are about him: all of even Pharaoh and all his multitude, saith
the Lord God. a leai. 14. 2. Whose graves are set in the sides
CHAPTER 83. of the pit, and her company is round
about her grave: all of them slain, fallen 1 According to the duty of a ma'chman, in wr. ch. 26. 17, by the sword, which caused | terror in
ing the people, 7 Ezekiel is admonished of his the land of the living.
duty. 10 God shetenth the justice of his won to ver. 24, 25,
wards the penitent, and tore Iris reeters 26, 27, 31. 24 There is Elam and all her multi
Ho maintaineth his justice. 21 l'pon them aeter 1 Or,
tude round about her grave, all of them of the, taking Tusalem the prophesielt ite "dirmaying. slain, fallen by the sword, which are
des lation of the land. 30 God's judgment upon Jer. 40. 31, down uncircumcised into the
the mockers of the propheti.
, caused d ver. 21.
unto me, , e ver, 23.
yet have they borne their shaine with 2 Son of man, speak to the children'.
of thy people, and say unto them,
of the trumpet, and taketh not warning; Gen. 10. 2.
26 There is Meshech, Tubal, and all if the sword come, and take him away, i ch. 7. 13. her multitude: her graves are round & dhis blood shall be upon his own head,
bout him: all of them Funcircumcised, 5 He heard the sound of the trumpet, o ver. 19, 20, slain by the sword, 18 though they caused and took not warning; his blood shall
be their terror in the land of the living.
But he that taketh warning, ca. 27 A And 19 they shall not lie 19 with the shall deliver his soul. Isai. It. 18, mighty that are fallen B of the uncircum. 6 But if the watchman see the word
cised B, which are gone down to 15 hell come, and blow not the trumpet, and the † Heb. seith twith their weapons of war: and 20 they people be not warned ; if the word Dons of have laid their swords 20 under their come, and take any person from among
heads, 21 but their 21 iniquities 22 shall be " them, he is taken away in his iniquity;
man's hand. VAR. REND.-9V. 16. chant it: for Egypt and for, 7 ! So thou, O son of man, I have set !!! &c., shall they chant it. 10 V. 18. it.-il i.e. as, Ke. thee & watchman unto the house of Is
-12 V. 19. Or, fortune, Ben Shesheth, Ew. -_13 V. 20. rael; therefore thou shalt hear the word the sword is ready (lit. given), 14 V. 21. of. at my mouth, and warn them from me. 15 V8. 21, 27. Sbeol. 16 helped (riz. while he was 8 When I say unto the wicked, O wicked on earth). -17 V. 25. Or, it. -18. V8. 25–27. be- man, thou shalt surely die; if thou dost
19 V. 27. they lie not, Hi. Ke. Schri.; not speak to warn the wicked from his should they not lie ......? Exo. Hä., and in etlect way, that wicked man shall die in his Sept. Pesh. - 90 whose swords are laid. - So Ke. iniquity; but his blood will I require at placing the colon after • heads, and referring | thine hand,
their to Meshech and Tubal); and whose. Ew. 9 Nevertheless, if thou warn the wicked Hü. Schrö. (referring it to the 'mighty fallen'). — of his way to turn from it; if he do not
turn from his way, he shall die in his VAR. READ. 17 Insert, twelfth (0._!); H. Ke iniquity ; but thou hast delivered the
soul. arranges these r8. differently, their Hebrew text read. 10 Therefore, Othou son of man, speak ing apparently as follows :- In the midst of them unto the house of Israel; Thns ye speak, that are slnin by the word shall they fall with her, and all her multitnde shall be laid down. VAR. REND.--23 V. 28. Thou also (riz. Egypt, & And the strong among the mighty shall speak to Hi, Ke.). ** V. 29. for, Er, li.; for an á thee, (saying,) Be thou in the depth of the pit:
-- 26 V. 30. for all their terror from whom dost thon pass in excellence Go down and might they are ashamed, Hi. Ke. lie with the uncircumcised, in the midst of them VAR. READ.--V. 81. B Omit, Sept. Hi.-T. 2. 3 that are slain. V. 27. B of old, Sept. Dathe, Hi. Heb. marg., Symm. Vulg., F.;
put the Kue. (Gen. 6. 4).
him, Heb. tert, Sept. Pesh. Hä. Hi. Ke. (ra. 34, 96