Isaiah 11:1 (d-0) (The title of this book, 'Isaiah'), Meaning, 'Salvation of Jah.' see Ps. 68.4.1:1 (d-0) (The title of this book, 'Isaiah'), Meaning, 'Salvation of Jah.' see Ps. 68.4. 1:2 rebelled (a-23) Often 'transgressed,' as ch. 66.24. but has the force of 'rebellion.' It is transgression against authority to which one is rightfully subject. See 1Kings 12.19. 1:4 Ah (b-1) Or 'Woe to the.' nation, (c-3) Goi. the nations in contrast with God's people, used of Israel when disowned, as Ps. 43.1. away (d-32) Lit. 'are estranged.' 1:5 more. (e-13) Lit. 'add (or 'increase') revolt.' see ch. 31.6. 1:17 gladden (f-7) Others, 'set right,' or 'guide.' to (g-12) Or, as ver. 23, 'judge.' 1:24 saith (a-2) A word introducing an oracular discourse, as Gen. 22.16. It is frequent in the Prophets. hosts, (b-7) See Jas. 5.4. me (c-17) As 'comforts himself,' Gen. 27.42. 1:25 thoroughly (d-11) Lit. according to pureness;' the root of the word is 'purity.' alloy; (e-21) Or 'lead,' anything mixed with the silver ore. 1:27 with (f-5) Or 'delivered through.' her (g-12) Or 'her penitents.'
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