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& 27. 25.
Lev. 25. 36.
It is return
& 28. 25, 66,
A catalogue of
Jerusalem's sins. Before and say, Thus saith the Lord God dcon 12 In thee ' have they taken gifts to Before CHRIST cerning the Ammonites, and concerning shed blood; thou hast taken usury and
CHRIST their reproach ; even say thou, . The increase, and thou hast greedily gained & Jer. 19.1. sword, the word, is drawn : for the of thy neighbours by extortion, and hast Ex. 23. 8. cà. 23. 2, 3, slaughter it is furbished, to consume be- forgotten ine, saith the Lord God.
13 9 Behold, therefore I have "smitten
. Ex. 22. 25. e ver. 9, 10. whiles they divine a lie unto thee 30, to thou hast made, and at thy blood which Deut. 23.19. Sch. 12. 24. 3 bring B thee sl upon the necks of them hath been in the midst of thee.
ch. 18. 13. that are slain, of the wicked, ' whose day 14 * Can thine heart endure, or can thine Deut. 32,
is come, 25 when their iniquity shall have hands be strong, in the days that I shall Job IS. 20. Ps. 37. 13. an end 25 deal with theer y I the LORD have spo
ch. 23. 35. 1 Or, C'ansie 30 32 | Shall I canse it to return 32 into ken it, and will do it.
uch. 21. 17. his sheath? I will judge thee in the 15 And - I will scatter thee among the
* See ch. 21. Jer. 47.6, place where thou wast created, “in the heathen, and disperse thee in the coun. land of thy nativity,
tries, and will consume thy filthiness y ch. 17. 24. iGen. 15. 14 31 And I will pour ont mine indigna- out of thee.
. Deut. 4.27. c. 16. 38. ch. 16. 3.
tion upon thee, I will blow against 16 And thou shalt take thine inheritIch. 7.& thee 35 in the fire of my wrath, and de- ance in thyself in the sight of the hea
ch. 12. 11, 14. 19. liver thee into the hand of brutish then, and thou shalt know that I am
a ch. 23. 27, men, and skilful to destroy. the LORD.
19. eh. 2. 20, 32 Thou shalt be for fuel to the fire ; 17 And the word of the LORD came un21.
1 Or, salt thy blood shall be in the midst of the to me, saying,
beyrojaned land; "thou shalt be no more remem 18 Son of man, the house of Israel is Ps. 9. 16. burning.
bered: for I the LORD have spoken it. uch. 25. 10.
to me become dross : all they are brass,
ch. 67. CHAPTER 22. and tin, and iron, and lead, in the midst
Isai. 1. 22.
Jer. 6. 28, 1 A catalogue of sins in Jerusalem. 13 God will
of the furnace; they are even the dross
ech. 20 4.
Mcame one nether word of the LORD therefore I will gather you into the midst
See Ps. 119. general corruption of prophets, prista, princce,
19 Therefore thus saith the Lord God; 119. and people. 1 Or,
Because ye are all become dross, behold, Heb.
drvuar. pired for ch. 246,9
unto me Nhi. 2 Now, thou son of man, e wilt thou 20 † As they gather silver, and brass, and Heb. + Heb. city
According judge, wilt thou judge the bloody iron, and lead, and tin, into the midst of Kodit
to the city? yea, thou shalt tshew her. all of the furnace, to blow the fire upon it, Heb. ask her abominations.
to melt it; so will I gather you in mine ch. 16. 2 8 ? Then say thou, Thus saith the Lord anger and in my fury, and I will leave Kis.21.16. God, The city sheddeth blood in the you there, and melt you. d Deut. 28
midst of it, that her time may come, 21 Yea, I will gather you, and a blow dch. 22. 20,
and maketh 3 idols against herself to de- upon yon in the fire of my wrath, and Kings 9.7.file herself.
ye shall be melted in the midst thereof. ch. S. 14. Daa. 9. 16.
4 Thou art become guilty in thy blood 22 As silver is melted in the midst of t Heb. that thou hast ghed; and hast defiled the furnace, so shall ye be melted in the
thoxelf in thine 3 idols which thou hast midst thereof; and ye shall know that I same much inade; and thou hast caused thy days the LORD have poured out my fury up- ch. 20.8. raiter to draw near, and art come even unto on you.
89. Isa. 1. 23 Mic.3. 1, 2, thy years : d therefore have I made thee
ver. 31, 23 | And the word of the LORD came 3 reproach unto the heathen, and a unto me, saying, Zeph. 2. 3. mocking to all countries.
21 Son of man, say unto her, Thon art + Heb. arm. 5 Those that be near, and those that be the land that is not cleansed, nor rained 1.16. far from thee, sh mock thee, which upon in the day of indignation.
Hosea 6.9. gla. 2. 21, art finfamous and much vexed
25 There is a conspiracy of her B pro-Matt. 23. 6 Behold, the princes of Israel, every phets in the midst thereof, like a roaring 14. 1 Or, deret.
one 5 were in thee to their t power 5 to lion ravening the prey; they have de. a Mic. 3. 11. A ver. 26
shed blood. Lar. P. 90.
voured souls ; "they have taken the trea Zeph. 3.3.4. ch. A 39 7. In thee have they (set light by fa- sure and precious things; they have made Mal, 2. 8. + Heb.
ther and mother: in the midst of thee her many widows in the midst thereof. Heb. have they dealt by oppression with 26 Her priests have † violated my law, and
of med the stranger : in thee have they vexed have * profaned mine holy things: they * Lev. 23. 2, Les 19 16 the fatherless and the widow.
hare put no difference between the holy &c I eh. 18, Thou hast "despised mine holy things, and profane, neither have they shewed dif. I Sam, 2.29. and hast 'profaned my gabbaths.
ference between the unclean and the clean, Lev. 10. 10. - Lev. 13.7,
9 In thee are * men that carry tales to and have hid their eyes from my sabbaths, & 20. 11.
shed blood : land in thee they eat upon and I am profaned among them, 1 Cor. 3. 1. the mountains : in the midst of thee they 27 Her 10 m princes in the midst thereof Lev. 18. 19. commit lewdness.
are like wolves ravening the prey, to shed Mic 3.2, & 20 IN 10 In thee have they m discovered their blood, and to destroy souls, to get dis
9, 10, 11 CA. 12. 6. fathers' nakedness : in thee have they honest gain.
Zeph. 3.3. humbled her that was 6* set apart for 28 And her prophets have danbed 11them
#ch. 13. 10.
och. 13. 6,7 . Lev. 12. 20. pollution.
with untempered morterill, seeing vanity,
& 21. 29. $ 20. 10. 11 And | one hath committed abomina- and divining lies unto them, saying, Thug Deat. z. z. tion with his neighbour's wife ; and an. saith the Lord God, when the Lorø hath p. 26, Jer. 3. &
other phath i lewdly defiled his daughter not spoken. ch. 13. 11.
ch. 18. 12, Or, wory
in law; and another in thee hath hum. 29 p 'Ü'he people of the land have used | Or, decett.
bled his sister, his father's daughter. || oppression, and exercised robbery, and Ex. 22. 21. Lev. 18. 15.' 20. 12. Or, by larednen. Lev. 18. 9. & 20. 17. have vexed the poor and needy : yea, they
Lev. 19. 83. have oppressed the stranger #wrongfully.
ch. 22. 7. VAR. REND.-19 V. 29. drawn for the slaughter: it 30 "And I sought for a man
among Heb. withie furbished that it may devour (so Ge. Ke.; furthem, that should make up the hedge, but right. bished to the utmost, E.. Hä. Fairb.), in order that and stand in the gap before me for the - Jer. 5. 1. it may glitter! 30 V. 29. (Should be in a paren- land, that I should not destroy it: but .ch. 13. S. thesis). -Slor, lay thee, (i... Ammon), Hä. Ke. I found none.
Ps. 106. 23. Currey. -32 V. 30. Put back (thy sword).- 33 V. 31. 31 Therefore have I *poured ont mine u ver. 22. with. Chap. 22. IV. 2. then canse her to know.IV. 3. And. V!. 3, 4. idol-blocks (or, doll-images). VAR. REND.-7 V. 13. Or, into, H.-- 8 Or, upon, Hi.
IV. 5. full of turmoil. —SV. 6. are in thee, ac- - V. 16. As mars., Ge. ni. Hä. Ke-10' r. 27. cap. cording to their might, in order, Ex. Hä. Ke. tains. -- 11 v. 28. for them with whitened plaster. * V. 10. nnclean by reason of impurity (Lev. 12. 2). VAR. READ.--Chap. 22. V. 25. A princes, Sept. Hi. VAR. READ.-1. 29. B it, II. Bunsen.
Ke. * prophets' in r. 28).
• I DO
Jer. 15. 19. ch. 44. 23. m Isai. 1. 23. ch. 22. 6.
& 23. 9.
The whoredoms of
Aholah and Aholibzh. Before indignation upon them; I have consumed 18 So she discovered her whoredoms, and
them with the fire of 'my wrath : *their discovered her nakedness : then my mind CHRIST
own way have I recompensed upon their was alienated from her, like as my mind 3 ch.9. 10. heads, saith the Lord God.
was alienated from her sister.
Ja. && *Il. 21. CHAPTER 23,
19 Yet she multiplied her whoredoms, & 16. 43. 1 The ohoredoms of Aholar and tholibk. 22
in calling to remembrance the days of Aholibah is to be plugurd by her lovers 38 her youth, "wherein she had played the war.& The prophet reproveth the adulteries of them both, harlot in the land of Egypt. 45 and showeth their judgments.
20 For she doted upon their paramours, The word of the LORD came again 'whose flesh is as the flesh of asses, and red. R. T unto me, saying,
whose issue is like the issue of horses. Jer. 3.7 2 Son of man, there were a two women, 21 Thus thou 12 calledst
to remem & 10. the daughters of one mother :
brance 12 the lewdness of thy youth, 13 in ch. 16. 18. & Lev. 17. 7.
3 And they committed whoredoms in bruising thy teats by the Egyptians for Josh 24.14. Egypt; they committed whoredoms in the paps 18 of thy youth. ch. 20. 8. their youth: there were their breasts 29 Therefore, 0 Aholibah, thus caith ceh, 16. 22. pressed, and there they bruised the teats the Lord God; Behold, I will raise up ve As. of their virginity.
thy lovers against thee, from whom thy 4 And the names of them rere Aholah mind is alienated, and I will bring them
the elder, and Aholibah her sister: and against thee on every side; 4 ch. 16. 8 d they were mine, and they baro song 23 The Babylonians, and all the Chal 20.
and daughters. Thus were their names; deans, 14 Pekod, and Shoa, and Koalt Jer. 11. I That is,
Samaria i8 2 | Aholah, and Jerusalem and all the Assyrians with them all **.2 Histent, or,3 Aholibah.
of the desirable young men, Scaptains tabernacle.
5 And Aholah played the harlot when she and ruleras, 1 great lords 11 and 15 re1 That is, My taber
was mine; and she doted on her lovers, nowned, all of them riding upon borses. nacle in ker
on the Assyrians hap neighbours, 24 And they shall come against thee with 1 Kings 8. 6 Which were clothed with blue, Scan- 16 chariots, wagons, and wheels, and with 29.
tains and rulers 5, all of them desirable an assembly of 17 people, which shall set 2 Kings 15. young men, horsemen riding upon horses. against thee buckler and shield and bel. 19 & 16. 7.
7 Thus she committed her whoredoms met round about: and I will is set judg& 17. S. with them, with all them that roere the ment before them 18, and they shall judge Hosen 8. 9. chosen men of Assyria, and with all on thee according to their judgments. † Heh. be- whom she doted: with all their 6 idols 25 And I will set my jenlousy against stowed her she defiled herself.
thee, and they shall deal furiously with whoredo mus upon them. . 8 Neither left she her whoredoms brought thee: they shall take away thy nose and Heb. the I from Egypt: for in her youth they lay thine ears; and thy remnant shall fa choice of the with her, and they bruised the breasts by the sword: they shall take ths sons chl!droi of of her virginity, and poured their whore- and thy daughters; and thy residue shall Asthur. dom upon her.
be devoured by the fire. ver. 3.
9 Wherefore I 7 have delivered her into 26 - They shall also strip thee out of sth. . S.
the hand of her lovers, into the hand of thy clothes, and take away thy fair + 9 2 Kings 17. the 9 Assyrians, upon whom she doted. jewels. 3, 4, 5, 23. 10 These discovered her nakedness : 27 Thus y will I make thy lewdness to &18, 9, 10, 11.
they took her sons and her danghters, cease from thee. and thy whoredom, A ch. 16. 37,
and slew her with the sword: and she 19 brought from the land of Egypt: So
became st famons among women; for that thou shalt not lift up thine eyes as re, 2. 1 Heb. they had executed judgment upon her.
to them, nor remember Egypt any more. 11 And when her sister Abolibah saw 28 For thus saith the Lord GOD; Be. * Jer. 3. 8. this, *t she was more corrupt in her in- hold, I will deliver thee into the hand k Jer. 3. 11. ordinate love than she, and in her of them a whom thou hatest, into their ch. 16. 17,
whoredoms more than her sis in her hand of the • from whom thy mind is deur 51 whoredoms.
alienated : Heb. ehe corrupted
12 She doted upon the 41 Assyrians her 29 And they shall deal with thee hate her inordi- neighbours 5 captains and rulers 5 fully, and shall take away all thy labour, nate lere
clothed most gorgeously, horsemen riding and shall leave thee naked and bare lock * more than,
upon horses, all of them desirable young and the nakedness of thy whoredious + Heb. more men.
shall be discovered, both thy lewiness 13 Then BI saw that she was defiled, and thy whoredoms. whoredoms that they took both one way,
30 I will do these things unto thee, be of her sister
14 And that she increased her whore. cause thou hast gone a whoring after del » Kings 16. doms : for when she saw men portrayed the heathen, and because thou art pole 2 Chr. 28.
upon the wall, the images of the Chal. luted with their idols. 16-23 deans pourtraved with vermilion,
31 Thou hast walked in the way of thy ch. 16. 29
15 Girded with girdles npon their loins, sister; therefore will I give hercup in JES ver. 6,23 10 exceeding in dyed attire 10 upon their to thine hand. * 2 Kings 24 heads, all of them l princes to look to, 32 Thus saith the Lord God: Thou 1.
after the manner of the Babylonians of shalt drink of thy sister's cup deep and ch. 16. 29.
Chaldea, the land of their nativity: large : 20 ! thou shalt be laughed to scorn 5424 Heb. at the right
16 " And t as soon as she saw them with and had in 20 21 derision; it containeth of her eyes. her eyes, she doted upon them, and sent much ". Heb. messengers unto them into Chaldea.
33 Thou shalt be filled with drunkenness children of 17 And the † Babylonians came to her and sorrow, with the cup of astonishment Babel.
into the bed of love, and they defiled and desolation, with the cup of thy sister . ver. 29, 28.
her with their whoredom, and she was Samaria. + Heb. load, or,
polluted with them, and her mind was 34 Thou shalt geven drink it and unck R11 dujolnied. alienated from thein.
it out, and thou shalt 22 break the sherds
thereof, and 23 pluck off 33 thine own VAR. REND.-Chap. 23. IV. 4. became.- 2 V. 4. i.e. Her tent. sie. My tent in her. 4 Vs. 5, 12. VAR. REND.-12 V. 21. songhtest for. 18 (Tert haril, Assyrians drawing nigh, Schrö. Cur they of Egypt did bruise the teats, for the breas rey; warrior Assyrians, Exc. -- 5 V's. 6, 12, 23. go
14 y. 23. Or, officers, and nobles, and pron, vernors Neh. 5. 15) and deputies (ib. 4. 11). Vulg. Ge. Ke. He. 15 Or, councillors, HİK 6 Vs. 7, 30, 37, 39, 49. Seech. 92. 3.7V, 9. Omit. 16 V, 24. armour, Ge. Hä. Ke. Sense rery peut .8 V. 10. i.e. a talk : see marg.--IV, 14. vet. Ex.
-- 18 i.e. hand it over to them - 10 v. 15. with dyed attire pendant. - Ps. 18, 19 V. 27. Omit, Hli. Kc. 20 V. 32 So Ex 23. knights.
shall be for a scorn and a, Ke--- 21 Or, derist VAR. READ.-Chap. 23. V. 13. B she, Ew. (l.); the uttermost, Ew. Hä. --2 V. 34. gnaw. comp. Jer. 3. 8.
& 52. 4.
Parable of a boiling pot, Before breasts : for I have spoken it, saith the month, the word of the LORD came unto
Before CHRIST Lord God.
CHRIST 35 Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD; 2 Son of man, write thee the name of
Because thou hast forgotten me, and the day, even of this same day : the king 3. 21. cast me behind thy back, therefore bear of Babylon set himself against Jerusalem & 13. 25. thou also thy lewdness and thy whore- « this same day.
a 2 Kings 25. ch. 2. 12.
3. And utter a parable unto the rebel. il King It.
Jer. 39. 1. 36 ( The LORD said moreover unto me; lions house, and say unto them, Thus Xeb. 9. 26. Son of man, wilt thou judge Aholah saith the Lord God; Set on la pot, set beh. 17. 12. ch. 20. 4. and Aholibah? 24 yea, 'declare unto them it on, and also pour water into it :
c See Jer. 1. their abominations ;
4 Gather the pieces thereof into it, eren 13 10, 37 That they have committed adultery, every good piece, the thigh, and the
ch. II. 3. piead for Isi 38 .
and blood is in their hands, and with shoulder; fill it with the choice bones.
their idols have they committed adul 5 Take the choice of the floc and cb. 16. 38
tery, and have also caused their sons, B? I burn also 2 the bones B under it, and i Or, heap #cb. 16. 20, * whom they bare unto me, to pass for make it boil well, and let them secthe 21, 30, 45 them through the fire, to devour them. the bones of it therein. 20. 26, 31 88 Moreover this they have done unto 6 Wherefore thus faith the Lord GOD;
me: they have defiled my sanctuary in Woe to "the bloody city, to the pot d ch. 22. $. och. 22.8. the same day, and have profaned my whose 3 scum is *therein, and whose 3 scum & 23. 37. sabbaths.
is not gone out of it! bring it out piece 39 For when they had slain their chil. by piece; let no lot fall upon it. e See 2 San. dren to their idols, then they came the 7 For her blood is in the midst of her ;
Joel 3. 3. same day into my sanctuary to profane she set it upon the top of a 5 rock;
Obad. 11. 2 Kings 21. it; and, lo, Pthus have they done in the she poured it not upon the ground, to Nah. 3. 10. midst of mine house. cover it with dust;
Lev. 17. 13. 40 And furthermore, that ye have sent 8 That it might cause fury to come up
Deut. 12. Heb. for men t to come from far, ? unto whom to take vengeance; 9 I have set her blood
16, 24. messenger tras sent : and, lo, they upon the 5top of 'a5 rock, that it should 9 Matt. 7. 2. Isai 57.9
came : for whom thou didst wash thy not be covered. Ruth 3 %
self, paintedst thy eyes, and deckedst 9 Therefore thus saith the Lord God; .2 Kings 9. thyself with ornaments,
A Woe to the bloody city! (I will even 6 h ver. 6. Jer. 4. 30 41 And satest upon a stately 'bed, and make the pile for fire great.
Hab. 2. 12. + Heb. a table prepared before it, whereapon 10 Heap on wood, kindle the fire, 7con. hensuradk.thon hast set mine incense and mine oil. sume the flesh, and spice it well, and 1 Ret 16 42 And B a voice of a multitude 25 being let the bones be burned. Ica 57.7.
at ease 25 was 26 with her; and with 26 11 Then set it empty upon the coals Amon 2. B.
the men of the common sort toere thereof, that the brass of it may be hot, Prow 7.17. brought ? | Sabeans from B the wilder- and may burn, and that ithe filthiness ich. 22. 15. cb. 16. 18, ness, which put bracelets upon their of it may be molten in it, that the
hands, and beautiful crowns upon their 3 scum of it may be consumed. Hodes 2. & beads.
12 She hath wearied herxelf with lies, + Heathe
43 Then said I unto her that was old and her great 3 scum went not forth
† whoredoms with her, and she with fire. drunkarde. them 29
13 10 In thy filthiness is 10 lewdnegg : be+ Heb. der 44 Yet they went in unto her, as they cause I have purged thee, and thon wast
go in unto a woman that playeth the not purged, thou shalt not be purged
$ 8.18. 45 1 And 30 the righteous men, they shall 14 'I the LORD have spoken it: it shall
& 16. 42. :ch. 16. 38 * judge them after the manner of adulo come to pass, and I will do it; I will
1 Sam. 15. yrer. 37.
teresses, and after the manner of women not go back, neither will I spare, nei. . 16. 40. that shed blood; because they are adulther will I repent; according to thy ways,
mch. 5. 11. Het. for teresses, and blood is in their hands. and according to thy doings. Behall they ß P.13
46 For thus saith the Lord God; I will judge thee, saith the Lord God, ssd so och. 16. 40. bring up a company upon them, and will 15 | Also the word of the LORD came 1 Or. segle
give them t to be removed and spoiled. unto me, saying,
47 e And the company shall stone them 16 Son of man, behold, I take away 2 Chr. 36. with stones, and dispatch them with from thee the desire of thine eyes with 17, 19. their swords ; they shall slay their sons a stroke : yet neither shalt thou mourn ca. 24. 21. and their danghters, and burn up their nor weep, neither shall thy tears trun
+ Heb.go. ech 29. 15. houses with fire.
18 Thus will I cause lewdness to cease 17 12 + Forbear to cry ". * make no mourn. + Heb. Deut. 13. JI.
ont of the land, that all women may ing for the dead, bind the tire of thine Be silent. 2 Pet. 2. 6. be tanght not to do after your lewdness. head upon thee, and p put on thy shoes
* Jer. 16. 5,
6, 7. <ver 35. 49 And they shall recompense your lewd. upon thy feet, and 4 cover not thy t lips,
See Lev. ch. 20 38, ness upon yon, and ye shall bear the and eat not the bread of men.
10. 6. sing of your 6 idols : 1 and ye shall know 18 So I spake unto th people in the * 25. 5. that I am the Lord God.
morning: and at even my wife died; and p 2 Sam. 18.
I did in the morning as I was com-
lip: And so the sign Ezekiel not mourning for the death thou not tell us what these things are to of his true. 19 is ahered the calamity of the us, that thou doest so!
Lev. 13. 45. Jeses to be beyond all sorrow. 20 Then I answered them. The word of ch. 12. 2.
&87. 18. month, in the tenth day the
VAR. REND.-Chap. 24. IV. S. the. - 2 V. 5. a Var. Resp. - 24 V, 36. then.
25 V, 42. Rather, pile (of wood) for (?), Hä. Ke. 3 Vs. 6, 11, 12 living carelessly, Rö. Hä. Ex. 26 therein; and to, rust.
* V. B. thereon;
5 V8. 7, 8. naked. ná. Ke A& marg., Ge. Hä. Ke.-- 28 V. 43. Shall 6 V. 9. I also will. --_i V. 10. dress. - Or, boil sbe that is aged commit adulterier? Hi. He. well the broth, Ex. Hi. Ke-9 V, 12. exhausted
Now will her own whoredom itself commit adul. her labours, yet. . 10 V. 13. Or, Because of thy tery! Hi. Ke.; Shall they now commit whoredoms filthy, Ex. H.
12 v. 17. Sigh in even with her? He. 30 V. 45. Omit.
silence, Ge. Ew. Ke. VAR. READ.-V. 42. B with a loud noise did they VAR. READ.--Chap. 24. V. 5. B pile up the wood. sing therein, even unto the men of the common Neucome, Eu. Bo. Hi.; comp. 0. 10.-1.14. B will sort brought from, Sept, Hi.
I, Sept. Pesh. Targ. Vulg.; but comp. ch. 23. 49.
& 21. 10.
A Monthn the ninth teen in the tenhild the LORD came unto me, saying,
God's vengeance upon
EZEKIEL, 25, 26.
the Ammonites, ge
21 Speak unto the honse of Israel, Thus 10 * Unto the men of the east with the Before CHRIST saith the Lord God; Behold, I will pro- Ammonites, and will give them in pos
CHRIST fane my sanctuary, the 13 excellency of session, that the Ammonites * may not be Jer. 7. 14. your strength, 'the desire of your eyes, remembered among the nations.
- Tự eh. 7. 20, and 14+ that which your soul pitieth 14;
11 And I will excute judgments upon 1 01.a pamat 2), 21.
"and your sons and your daughters whom Moab; and they shall know that I am (Ps. 27. 4. ye have left shall fall by the sword.
the LORD. 1 Heb.
22 And ye shall do as I have done : 'ye 12 Thus saith the Lord God; . Because Oh pily of your soul
shall not cover your 15 lips, nor eat the that Edom hath dealt against the house w ch. 23. 17. bread of men. of Judah + by taking vengeance, and bath P.IT
Jer. ., Jer. 16.6, 23 And your tires shall be upon your greatly offended, and revenged himself heads, and your shoes upon your feet : upon them;
ca 33... ! ver. 17.
ye shall not mourn nor weep; but 'ye is Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD; Atoul. IL ob 15. shall pine away for your iniquities, and I will also stretch out mine hand upon Ps. 78.66 16 mouri one toward another.
Edom, and will cut off man and beast lev. 26. 39. ch, 33, 1).
24 Thus a Ezekiel 17 is unto you a 18 sign: from it; and I will make it desolate a les 20.3. according to all that he hath done shall from Teman; and 5| they of Dedan shals Hes by me ch. 4.3 ye do: and when this cometh, ye shall fall by the sword. & 12.6, 11. know that I am the Lord GOD.
14 And I will lay my rengeance upon a time b Jer. 17. 15.
25 Also, thon son of man, shall it not Edom by the hand of my people Israel: John 13. 19. be in the day when I take from them and they shall do in Edom according to .ch. 6. 7.
#their strength, the joy of their glory, mine anger and according to my fury; & 25. 5.
the desire of their eyes, and that 19 where and they shall know my vengeance, saith d ver. 21. upon they set their minds 19, their sons the Lord God. t Heb. te and their daughters,
15 Thas saith the Lord GOD; Because lifting up
26 That he that escapeth in that day 'the Philistines hare dealt by revenge, Jer. 25. 2 of their soul shall come into thee, to cause thee to and have taken rengeance with a de
c. 1. &c ch. 33. 21, bear it with thine ears?
spiteful heart, to destroy it for the old ch. 3. 26,
27 / In that day shall thy mouth be hatred ; 27. opened to him which is escaped, and
16 Therefore thus saith the Lord God; & 21. thou shalt speak, and be no more dumb: Behold, I will stretch out mine hand : Or, w & 33. 22. and thou shalt be a 18 sign unto them; upon the Philistines, and I will cut off 9 ver. 24. and they shall know that I am the LORD. the 'Cherethims, * and destroy the rem.
• Zeph... CHAPTER 95.
nant of the sea coast. 1 Gol's rengeance, for their insolency against the
17 And I will execute great + vengeance 1 Sa 30.14
when I shall lay my vengeance apon
CHAPTER 26. acb. 6. 2. 2 Son of man, a set thy face against the
1 Tyrus, for insulting against Jerusilon, is threat. !, PE 16 35. 2. Ammonites, and prophesy against them;
ened. 7 The power Vrhuchlirewar agains Jer. 19.1. 3 And say unto the Ammonites, Hear her, 15 The mourning and astonistonent of the &c.
the word of the Lord God; Thus saith sea at her fall. ch. 21. 28. Amos 1.13.
the Lord GOD; Because thou saidst, Aha, Lepla. 2.9.
year, in the first day of the B month, e Prov. 17.5. faned; and against the land of Israel, that the word of the LORD came unto ch. 26. 2. when it was desolate; and against the me, saying,
house of Judah, when they went into 2 Son of man, e because that Tyras
hath said against Jernsalem, Aha, she
ADOL 1 + fleb. to the † men of the east for a possession, people : she is turned unto me: BI Zach.2.2 children.
and they shall set their palaces in thee, shall be replenished, not she is laid, 15
Behold, I am against thee, O Tyrus, and deh. 21. 20.
5 And I will make Rabbah & 2 stable will cause many nations to come up <Isai. 17. 2.
for camels, and the Ammonites a couch-against thee, as the & 32. 14.
sea caneth his Zeph. 2. 14, ingplace for flocks : S and ye shall know
waves to come up . 15. that I am the LORD.
4 And they shall destroy the walls of sch. 24. 24. 6 For thus saith the Lord GOD; Because Tyrus, and break down her towers: I
thou hast clapped thine t hands, and will also scrape her dust from ber, and & 35.9.
stamped with the + feet, and rejoiced in make her 3 like the top of a 3 rock. 9 Job 27. 23. Lam, 3, 5,
+ heart with all thy despite against the 5 It shall be a place for the spreading Zeph. 2. 13. land of Israel;
of nets in the midst of the sea : for + Ieb.hand. 7 Behold, therefore I will stretch out have spoken it, saith the Lord God: and + Heb.feat.
mine hand upon thee, and will deliver it shall become a spoil to the nations. Ach. 36. 5. thee for a spoil to the heathen; and I 6 And her daughters which are in the ! Zepà. 2.8, will cut thee off from the 3 people, and field shall be slain by the sword; and ech. S. 20.
I will cause thee to perish out of the they shall know that I am the LORD. + Heb. soul.
countries : I will destroy thee; and thou 7 For thuis saith the Lord GOD : ich. 33. 3. shalt know that I am the LORD.
Behold, I will bring upon Tyrus Sebu. 1 Or, meat.
89 Thus saith the Lord God; Because chadrezzar king of Babylon, j a king of Ess: 19 k Isa. 15,
that * Moab and 'Seir do say, Behold, kings, from the north, with horses, and R. Jer. 18.1,
the house of Judah is like unto all the with chariots, and with horsemen, and &c. heathen;
companies, and much people. Amos 2, 1. 9 Therefore, behold, I will open the He shall slay with the sword thr
& c. 21. I ch.35. 2, 5, + side of Moab from the cities, from his daughters in the field :
against my sanctuary, when it was pro: AND it came to pass in the eleventh
and he shall OT cities *shich are on his frontiers “, the 9 make a fort against thee, and cast Heb. shoulder af glory of
the country. Beth-jeshimoth, Mob. Baal-meon, and Kiriathaim,
VAR. REND.-5 V. 13. unto Dedan shall they, Er.
Ke-Chap. 26. 11. 2. peoples. ---V. . Or, as I VAR. REXD. -13 V. 21. pomp (ch. 30. 18). 14 Or, bring up the sea, wave after ware, Hi. Hethe longing of your soul. Ge. Ei. Ke. 15 V. 22. upper 3 78. 4, 14. & naked. * V. 6. i.e. subject cities or lip (Lev. 13. 45.-16 V. 23. moan. .17 V. 24. shall villages : see Josh. 17. 11. be. 18 Vs. 24. 27. portent (ch. 12. 6).- 19 v. 25. VAR. READ. - Chap. 26. V. 1. B The number of whererinto they lift up their soul.—Chap. 25. 17. 4. the month has accidentally dropped out, F. . encampments. --*V. 5. pasture. -3 V.7. peoples. Kue. He. Ke.) V. 2. ß she that was filled, Sepi * V. 9. in every quarter, Hi. Ex. Ke.
Lamentation at the fall of Tyrus.
Her riches and commerce,
bucklent against thee, and lift up 6 the T in eo carinthe Lord came again
Before CHRIST buckler 6 .
unto me, saying,
CHRIST 9 And he shall set engines of 7 war 2 Now, thou son of man, a take up a
688. against thy walls, and with his & axes lamentation for Tyrns ;
ach. 19. 1. he shall break down thy towers.
3 And ray unto Tyrus, o thou that art & 26. 17. 10 By reason of the abundance of his situate at the entry of the sea, which
& 28. 12.
& 32. 2. horses their dust shall cover thee: thy art, & merchant of the people for many walls shall shake at the noise of the
bch. 28. 2. 1 isles, Thus saith the Lord God; 0 Ty.
c Isai. 23. S. horsemen, and of the wheels, and of the rus, thou hast said, “I am f of perfect 4 ch. 28. 12. chariots, when he shall enter into thy beanty.
Heb. Heb. gates, t as men enter into a city wherein 4 Thy borders are in the midst of
perfect of sording to is made a breach.
the seas, thy builders have perfected thy
beauty. 11 With the hoofs of his horses shall beauty.
t Heb. Inge of a city
he tread down all thy streets: he shall arsios wp.
heart. 5 They have made all thy ship boards slay thy people by the sword, and thy of 2 fir trees of Senir: they have taken
t Heb. built strong garrisons shall go down to the cedars from Lebanon to
e Deut. 3. 9. ground.
thine oars ;
38 | f the company of the Or, they chandise : and they shall break down thy Ashurites have made the benches of
they burches # Heb. walls, and destroy † thy pleasant houses : ivory 3, brought out of the Tisles of
of ivery well and they shall lay thy stones and thy Chitbim.
trodden thy denire.
timber and thy dust in the midst of the 7 Fine linen with broidered work from + Hebthe
daughter. A Isai. 14. 18 A And I will cause the noise of ithy forth to be thy sail ; il blue and purple Jer. 3. 10. & 24. 8. songs to cease ; and the sound of thy from the isles of Elishah was 5 that which "or: purple
scarlet. Jer, 7. 34. harps shall be no more heard.
covered thee 5. & IC 9. 14 And I will make thee 3 like the top & The inhabitants of Zidon and Arvad & 25. LO. of a 3 rock: thou shalt be a place to were thy mariners : thy wise
men, i lesi 23.16 spread nets upon;
thou shalt be built Tyrus, that were in thee, were thy pilots. ch. 29. 13. Per. ls. 22. no more : for I the LORD have spoken
9 The ancients of 9 Gebal and the wise 1 Kings 5. it, saith the Lord GOD.
men thereof were in thee thy 11 calkers : & rer. 4. 5.
Ps. 93. 7. 15 Thus saith the Lord God to Tyrus; all the ships of the sea with their mariners
1 Or. i Jer. 49.21. Shall not the lo isles 'shake at the sound were in thee to occupy thy merchandise.
stoppers ver. 18 of thy fall, when the wounded cry, when
10 They of Persia and of Lud and of * 31. 16.
the slaughter is made in the midst of A Phut were in thine army, thy men of Hels. thee?
war: they hanged the shield and helmet strengthen16 Then all the m princes of the sea in thee; they set forth thy comeliness.
# Jer. 46. 9. Jonah 3.6. shall come down from their thrones, 11 The men of Arvad 6 with thine army
ch. 30 5. and lay away their robes, and put off were 6 upon thy walls round about, and 38. 5.
their broidered garments : they shall 7 the Gammadims 7 were in thy towers : + Heb clothe themselves with ftrembling; they they banged their shields upon thy walls tremblings shall sit upon the ground, and P shall round about; they have made I thy i ver. 3.
Job 2. 13. tremble at erery moment, and 4 be asto- beauty perfect. peh. 39. 19 nished at thee. 12 * Tarshish wax thy 8 merchant by (Gen. 10. 4.
2 Clur. 20 gch 37.33 17 And they shall take up a lamenta reason of the multitude of all kind of
36. .ch. 97.32
tion for thee, and say to thee, How riches : with silver, iron, tin, and lead, ker is. %.
art thou destroyed, that want inhabited they traded in thy fairs + 2.b.
11 t of seafaring men 11, the renowned 13° 1 Javan, Tubal, and Meshech, they 1 Gen. 10. 2. of the ress. city, which wast * strong in the sea,
toere thy 10 merchants : il they traded she and her inhabitants, which cause the persons of men and vessels of brass m Rev. 19.
13. their ß terror to be on all 12 that' haunt in thy | market 11, it 12! 14 They of the house of * Togarmah "Or, mere
chandise t ver. IS. 18 Now shall the 10 isles tremble in the traded in thy fairs with horses and
* Gen. 10.3. day of thy fall ; yea, the 10 isles that are
horsemen and mules. in the sea shall be troubled at thy de
15 The men of . Dedan mere thy 10 mer.
. Gen. 10. 7. parture.
chants; many Tisles were the 12 merchan. 19 For thus saith the Lord God; When dise of thine hand; they brought thee I shall make thee a desolate city, like 13 for a present 13 horns of ivory and the cities that are not inhabited ; when ebony.
Heb. I shall bring up the deep npon thee, and 16 B Syria was thy merchant by reason
thy sorks. great waters shall cover thee; of the multitude of the wares of thy
† Heb. seh. 32. 20 When I shall bring thee down with making : they' occupied in thy fairs chrysoprase. them that descend into the pit, with the with emeralds, purple, and broidered work, plking 5.
9, 11. people of old time, and shall set thee and fine linen, and 14 coral, and † agate.
Ezra 3.7 in the low parts of the earth, in places 17 Judah, and the land of Israel, they
Acts 12. 20. desolate of old, with them that go down were thy 10 merchants: they traded in
9 Julg. 11. the pit, that thou be not inhabited B: thy market P wheat of Minnith, and 33 and I shall set glory B s in the land of 15 Pannag, and
honey, and oil,
and r Jer. 8. 22. the living;
| Or, resón y e. 27. 36
21 I will make thee a terror, and thou shalt be no more : : though thou be
VaR. REND.- Chap. 27.
1 V's. 3, 6, 15. coastr. It Be. songht for, yet shalt thou never be found Rashi, schron; lit. beam) have they made of ivory,
3 V, 6. thy deck (or rudder, .P. 37. 36 again, saith the Lord God.
(inlaid) in larch, I. ke. V. 7. thy sail, that CHAPTER 27.
it might be to thee for a banner (i.e. serve thee 1 The rich supply of Tyrus. 3 The great and as a flag). -5i.e. thy awning.
6 V. 11. Or, they unrecoverable sall thereof.
were thine army, Hi. 7 brave warriors, Hä. Ew. Rö. Ke. 8 V's. 12, 16, 18. i.e. customer.
9 V8. 12, TAR. REND.SV. 8. set. - i. e, a wall of shields, 14, 16, 19, 22. Rather, traded for thy wares, En. Hä. under cover of which the walls could be approached, Hí. Ke.-10 V8. 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 23, 24. i.é, dealers. E. Hä. Hi. Ke.V. 9. attack. -8 swords, Fair. il y. 13. with the persons of, &c., did they bairn-V. 11. pillars (ie. the symbols of Baal trade for thy wares, -12 V8. 15, 21. customers, in the temples: comp. 2 Kings 10. 26), Hä. Ii. ke. 1.3 Rather, for payment. —- 1* V. 16. pearls, De
lo Va. 15, 18. coasts.-ll v. 17. Lit. from the seas. 15 v. 17. (Meaning very uncertain.) Comtits, Targ. 12 her inhabitants.
E. Hä.; millet, Pesh. VAR. READ.-V. 17. B cansed her, Sept. Hi. Err. VaR. READ.-Chap. 27. v. 6. B in larch (or, box, V, 20. ß por spread glory, Hi. (pt.); nor be establish. Bö. Ex.), Hi. Ke. ---V. 16. B Edom, MSS. Sept. Ag. ed, E. (after Sept.)
Pesh, Ew. Hi,
ch 35. 6.