Ezekiel 311 A relation unto Pharaoh,3 of the glory of Assyria,10 and the fall thereof for pride.18 The like destruction of Egypt. in the eleventh.On Sunday, June 19, A.M. 3416, according to Usher; and about a month before the capture of Jerusalem. 1:2; 30:20; Jer 52:5,6 speak.Jer 1:5,17; Re 10:11to his.29:19; 30:10; Na 3:8-10Whom.18; Isa 14:13,14 the Assyrian.Na 3:1-19; Zep 2:13a cedar.17:3,4,22; Isa 10:33,34; 37:24; Da 4:10,20-23; Zec 11:2with fair branches. Heb. fair of branches. of an high.6; Jud 9:15; Da 4:12 waters.17:5,8; Pr 14:28; Jer 51:36; Re 17:1,15made him great. or, nourished him. set. or, brought.little rivers. or, conduits. his height.The Assyrian king, to whom Pharaoh is compared, from his great power, extensive dominion, and the protection he afforded, resembled the spreading branches, thick shade, and high stature of a flourishing cedar on mount Lebanon. The fruitful lands of Assyria; the immense revenues he drew from vast multitudes in his extensive territories; his lucrative commerce, by the river Tigris, with the countries on the Indian ocean; and all the various sources of his wealth and prosperity, resembled the rivers and streams which cause the trees planted by them to grow and flourish exceedingly; and hence the empire and its head were exalted above all the kingdoms of the earth. Ps 37:35,36; Isa 10:8-14; 36:4,18,19; 37:11-13; Da 4:11he shot forth. or, it sent them forth. 17:23; Da 4:12,21; Mt 13:32 7 cedars.28:13; Ge 2:8; 13:10; Ps 80:10; Isa 51:3nor any.Ps 37:35; Isa 10:7-14; 36:4-18; 37:11-13 made.16:14; Ex 9:16; Ps 75:6,7; Da 2:21,37,38; 4:22-25; 5:20-23all the trees.17:22,24; Jud 9:8-20; Ps 96:12,13; Isa 55:12; Zec 11:2envied.Ge 26:14; 37:11; 1Sa 18:15; Pr 27:4; Ec 4:4; Jas 4:5,6 Therefore.The allegory and its interpretation are here combined; and the Assyrian monarch, though already destroyed, is poetically addressed. Because.Mt 23:12and his.14; 28:17; 2Ch 25:19; 32:25; Job 11:11,12; Pr 16:18; 18:12Isa 14:13-15; Da 4:30; 5:20; Ob 1:3; Jas 4:6 delivered.11:9; 21:31; 23:28; Jud 16:23; 1Ti 1:20the mighty.Nebuchadnezzar, the subverter of the Assyrian empire. 32:11,12; Jer 25:9; Da 5:18,19he shall surely deal with him. Heb. in doing he shall dounto him. Jud 1:7; Mt 7:1,2; Jas 2:13I have driven.Le 18:24-28; 20:22,23; De 18:12; La 1:21; Na 3:18 strangers.28:7; 30:11; Hab 1:6,11upon.32:4,5; 35:5,8; 39:4; Isa 34:5-7gone.Da 4:12-14; Na 3:17,18; Re 17:16 29:5; 32:4; Isa 18:6; Re 19:17,18 the end.De 13:11; 21:21; Ne 13:18; Da 4:32; 5:22,23; 1Co 10:11; 2Pe 2:6stand up in their height. or, stand upon themselves fortheir height. delivered. Ps 82:7; Heb 9:27the nether.32:18-32; Ps 63:9,10 I caused a.The deep and all the mighty rivers which cherished this fair tree are here described as mourning at his downfall: they stop their usual courses to bewail his fate, and Lebanon with all its stately trees, (his confederates and allies,) sympathise with him in his misfortunes. Na 2:8-10; Re 18:9-11,18,19mourn. Heb. be black.Mal 3:4 made.26:10,15; 27:28; Na 2:3; Hag 2:7; Heb 12:26,27; Re 11:13; 18:9-24When I.32:18-32; Isa 14:15and all.9,18; Isa 14:8; Hab 2:17shall be comforted.14; 32:31; Isa 14:15 went.32:20-30; Ps 9:17; Isa 14:9that were.30:6-8,21-25; Ne 3:17,18dwelt.3,6; 32:31; La 4:20; Da 4:11,12; Mr 4:32 To whom.Pharaoh is here called upon to look in his mirror, and see the termination of his glory and greatness. art thou.2; 32:19with the.9,16thou shalt.28:10; 32:10,19,21,24-32; 1Sa 17:26,36; 2Sa 1:20; Jer 9:25,26This is.That is, the judgment that befel the king of Assyria, is an exact representation of the destruction that remains for Pharaoh and all his people. 2Ch 28:22; Ps 52:7; Mt 13:19; 26:26-28; 1Co 10:14
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