Ezekiel 291 The judgment of Pharoh for his treachery to Israel.8 The desolation of Egypt.13 The restoration thereof after 40 years.17 Egypt the reward of Nebuchadnezzar.21 Israel shall be restored. A.M. 3415. B.C. 589.17; 1:2; 8:1; 20:1; 26:1; 40:1 set.6:2; 20:46; 21:2; 25:2; 28:21,22Pharaoh.This was Pharaoh-hophra, or Apries, who, Herodotus informs us, agreeably to the character given him by the prophet, "proudly and wickedly boasted of having established his kingdom so securely, that it was not in the power of any God to dispossess him of it." Jer 44:30against all.30:1-32:32; Isa 18:1-19:17; 20:1-6; Jer 9:25,26; 25:18,19Jer 43:8-13; 46:2-16; Joe 3:19; Zec 14:18,19 I am.10; 28:22; Ps 76:7; Jer 44:30; Na 1:6the great.32:2; Ps 74:13,14; Isa 27:1; 51:9; Re 12:3,4,16,17; 13:2,4,11Re 16:13; 20:2My river.9; 28:2; De 8:17; Isa 10:13,14; Da 4:30,31 I will put.38:4; 2Ki 19:28; Job 41:1,2; Isa 37:29; Am 4:2the fish.Hab 1:14,15 I will leave.31:18; 32:4-6; 39:4-6,11-20; Ps 110:5,6; Jer 8:2; 16:4; 25:33open fields. Heb. face of the field. I have.1Sa 17:44; Ps 74:14; Jer 7:33; 34:20; Re 19:17,18 know.28:22-24,26; Ex 9:14; 14:18a staff.2Ki 18:21; Isa 20:5,6; 30:2-7; 31:1-3; 36:6; Jer 2:36; La 4:17 they took.17:15-17; Jer 37:5-11thou didst.Ps 118:8,9; 146:3,4; Pr 25:19; Jer 17:5,6 I will.19,20; 14:17; 30:4,10; Jer 46:13-26cut.25:13; 32:10-13; Ge 6:7; Ex 12:12; Jer 7:20; 32:43 the land.10-12; 30:7,13-17; Jer 43:10-13because.3; Pr 16:18; 18:12; 29:23 I will.11; 30:12; Hab 3:8utterly waste. Heb. wastes of waste. from the tower of.from Migdol to. 30:6-9; Ex 14:2; Jer 44:1; 46:14Syene. Heb. Seveneh.Now Essuan, situated at the southern extremity of Egypt, (as Migdol was at the northern,) on the confines of Ethiopia, near the tropic of Cancer, and about lat. 24 degrees N. long 32 degrees E. foot of man.30:10-13; 31:12; 32:13; 33:28; 36:28; Jer 43:11,12forty.2Ch 36:21; Isa 23:15,17; Jer 25:11,12; 29:10; Da 9:2 desolate in.30:7; Jer 25:15-19; 27:6-11and I will scatter.We learn from Berosus that Nebuchadnezzar sent several captive Egyptians to Babylon; and from Megasthenes, that he transplanted others to Pontus; and it is probable, that at the dissolution of the Babylonian empire, about forty years after, Cyrus permitted them to return to their native country. 30:23; Jer 46:19 At the.Isa 19:22; Jer 46:26 Pathros.30:14; Ge 10:14; 1Ch 1:12Pathrusim.Isa 11:11; Jer 44:1habitation. or, birth. base. Heb. low. the basest.17:6,14; 30:13; Zec 10:11rule.31:2; 32:2; Da 11:42,43; Na 3:8,9 the confidence.6,7; 17:15-17; Isa 20:5; 30:1-6; 31:1-3; 36:4-6; Jer 2:18,19,36,37Jer 37:5-7; La 4:17; Ho 5:13; 7:11; 12:1; 14:3bringeth.21:23; Nu 5:15; 1Ki 17:18; Ps 25:7; 79:8; Isa 64:9; Jer 14:10Ho 8:13; 9:9; Heb 10:3,17; Re 16:19but.6,9,21; 28:22-24,26 A.M. 3432. B.C. 572.1; 1:2 Nebuchadrezzar.26:7-12; Jer 25:9; 27:6a great.Nebuchadnezzar was thirteen years employed in the siege. During this long siege, the soldiers must have endured great hardships; their heads would become bald by constantly wearing their helmets; and their shoulders be peeled by carrying materials to and from the works. yet.St. Jerome asserts, on the authority of the Assyrian histories, that when the Tyrians saw their city must fall, they put their most valuable effects on board their ships, and fled with them to the islands, and their colonies, "so that, the city being taken, Nebuchadnezzar found nothing worthy of his labour." I will.8-10; 30:10-12; Jer 43:10-13take her spoil, and take her pray. Heb. spoil her spoil, andprey her prey. labour. or, hire. served.2Ki 10:30; Isa 10:6,7; 45:1-3; Jer 25:9 I cause.28:25,26; 1Sa 2:10; Ps 92:10; 112:9; 132:17; 148:14; Isa 27:6Jer 23:5; Lu 1:69the opening.3:26; 24:27; 33:22; Ps 51:15; Am 3:7,8; Lu 21:15; Col 4:3,4they shall know.6,9,16
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