Ezekiel 251 God's vengeance, for their insolency against the Jews, upon the Ammonites;8 upon Moab and Seir;12 upon Edom;15 and upon the Philistines. 1 thy face.6:2; 20:46; 21:2; 35:2the Ammonites.21:28-32; Ge 19:38; Jer 9:25,26; 25:21; 27:3; 49:1-6; Am 1:13-15Zep 2:8-11 thou saidst.6,8; 26:2-21; 35:10-15; 36:2; Ps 70:2,3; Pr 17:5; 24:17,18La 2:21,22; 4:21; Mic 7:8 men. Heb. children.Jud 6:3,33; 7:12; 8:10; 1Ki 4:30Josephus expressly states, that five years after the destruction of Jerusalem, Nebuchadnezzar turned his arms against the Ammonites and Moabites, and entirely subjugated them; and it is probable, that the Arabs, and other nations east of Judah, then took possession of their cities, and enjoyed the fruits of their land. The country of Moab and Ammon is now inhabited by the Bedouin Arabs; where they pasture their flocks, and, no doubt, make the ruins of Rabbah, their one proud capital, "a stable for camels," and other cattle. See Note on 2 Sa 12:26. of the east.Ge 29:1; Nu 23:7; Isa 41:2they shall eat.Le 26:16; De 28:33,51; Jud 6:3-6; Isa 1:7; 32:8,9; 65:22 Rabbah.21:20Rabbath.2Sa 12:26a stable.Isa 17:2; 32:14; Zep 2:14,15and ye.8; 24:24; 26:6; 30:8; 35:9; 38:23; Ps 83:18; Isa 37:20 thou hast.Job 27:23; 34:37; Jer 48:27; La 2:15; Na 3:19; Zep 2:15hands. Heb. hand. stamped.6:11feet. Heb. foot. rejoiced.15; 35:15; 36:5; Ne 4:3,4; *marg:Pr 24:17; Ob 1:12; Zep 2:8,10heart. Heb. soul. I will stretch.13,16; 14:9; 35:3; Zep 1:4and will.Jer 49:2; Am 1:14a spoil. or, meat. Moab.Nu 24:17; Ps 83:4-8; Isa 15:1-16:14; 25:10; Jer 25:21; 48:1-47Am 2:1-3; Zep 2:8-11Seir.12-14; 35:1-15; De 2:5; Isa 34:1-17; 63:1-6; Jer 27:3; 49:7-22Am 2:11,12; Ob 1:1-9the house.Isa 10:9-11; 36:18-20 side. or, shoulder. Beth-jeshimoth.Jos 13:20Baal-meon.Nu 32:37,38; Jos 13:17,19; Jer 48:23 the men.4with the Ammonites. or, against the children of Ammon.2-7may.21:32; Ps 83:3-6; Isa 23:16 I will.17; 5:8,10,15; 11:9; 16:41; 30:14,19; 39:21; Ps 9:16; 149:7; Jude 1:15upon.Jer 9:25,26; 25:21; 48:1-47and they.5; 35:15 Because.8; 35:1-15; 2Ch 28:17,18; Ps 137:7; Jer 49:7-22taking vengeance. Heb. revenging, revengement.Ge 27:41,42; Am 1:11,12; Ob 1:10-16 I will also.7,16; Isa 34:1-17; 63:1-6; La 4:21,22; Mal 1:3,4and will.14:8,13,17,19-21; 29:8; Ge 6:7; Jer 7:20Teman.Ge 36:11; Jer 49:7,20; Ob 1:9; Hab 3:3of Dedan shall fall by the sword. or, shall fall by thesword unto Dedan. Jer 25:23; 49:8 by the hand.This was fulfilled by the Maccabees, who not only entirely subjugated them, but obliged them to receive circumcision. Ge 27:29; Isa 11:14; 63:1-6; Jer 49:2and they shall know.De 32:35,36; Ps 58:10,11; Na 1:2-4; Heb 10:30,31; Re 6:16,17 Because.6,12; Isa 14:29-31; Jer 25:20; 47:1-7; Joe 3:4-21; Zep 2:4-7Am 1:6-8; Zec 9:5-8dealt.2Ch 28:18; Ps 83:7; Isa 9:12to destroy.Jud 14:1-16:31; 1Sa 4:1-6:21; 13:1-14:52; 17:1-58; 21:1-152Sa 8:1-18; 1Ch 7:21for the old hatred. or, with perpetual hatred. I will stretch.These predictions against the Philistines, Edomites, and others, seem to have been fulfilled by by Nebuchadnezzar during the siege of Tyre. Berosus states that he subdued Syria, Arabia, Phoenicia, and Egypt; and now their very names have no existence, except in history. 7,13Cherethims.1Sa 30:14; 2Sa 15:18; Zep 2:4,5-15Cherethites. and destroy.Jer 47:4sea coasts. or, haven of the sea. I will.11; 5:15vengeance. Heb. vengeances. they shall.5,11,14; 6:7; Ps 9:16
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