Isaiah 211 The prophet, bewailing the captivity of his people, sees in a vision the fall of Babylon by the Medes and Persians.11 Edom, scorning the prophet, is moved to repentance.13 The set time of Arabia's calamity. The burden.The first ten verses of this chapter contain a prediction of the taking of Babylon by the Medes and Persians; which is here denominated "the desert of the sea," because the country around it, and especially towards the sea, was a great morass, often overflowed by the Tigris and Euphrates, and only rendered habitable by being drained by a number of canals. 13:1; 17:1the desert.13:20-22; 14:23; Jer 51:42As whirlwinds.Job 37:9; Da 11:40; Zec 9:14from.13:4,5,17,18; Eze 30:11; 31:12 grievous. Heb. hard.Ps 60:3; Pr 13:15the treacherous.24:16; 33:1; 1Sa 24:13; Jer 51:44,48,49,53; Re 13:10Go up.13:2-4,17,18; Jer 50:14,34; 49:34; 51:11,27,28; Da 5:28; 8:20all the.14:1-3; 35:10; 47:6; Ps 12:5; 79:11; 137:1-3; Jer 31:11,12,20,25Jer 45:3; 51:3,4; La 1:22; Mic 7:8-10; Zec 1:15,16 are.15:5; 16:9,11; Hab 3:16pangs have.13:8; 26:17; Ps 48:6; Jer 48:41; 49:22; 50:43; Mic 4:9,10; 1Th 5:3I was bowed.De 28:67; Da 5:5,6 heart panted. or, mind wandered. the night.5:11-14; 1Sa 25:36-38; 2Sa 13:28,29; Es 5:12; 7:6-10Job 21:11-13; Jer 51:39,57; Da 5:1,5,30; Na 1:10; Lu 21:34-36turned. Heb. put. eat.22:13,14; Da 5:1-5; 1Co 15:32arise.13:2,17,18; 45:1-3; Jer 51:11,27,28 Go.62:6; 2Ki 9:17-20; Jer 51:12,13; Eze 3:17; 33:2-7; Hab 2:1,2 And he saw.9; 37:24he hearkened.Heb 2:1 cried, A lion. or, cried as a lion.5:29; Jer 4:7; 25:38; 49:19; 50:44; 1Pe 5:8I stand.56:10; 62:6; Ps 63:6; 127:1; Hab 2:1,2whole nights. or, every night. behold.Jer 50:3,9,29,42; 51:27Babylon.13:19; 14:4; Jer 50:2; 51:8,64; Re 14:8; 18:2,21all.46:1,2; Jer 50:2,38; 51:44,47,52 my threshing.41:15,16; 2Ki 13:7; Jer 51:33; Mic 4:13; Hab 3:12; Mt 3:12corn. Heb. son. that which.1Ki 22:14; Eze 3:17-19; Ac 20:26,27 Dumah.Dumah is probably the same as Dumatha, a city of Arabia, mentioned by Stephanus, and the modern Dumah and Dumathalgandel, on the borders of Arabia and Syria, in a rocky valley. The Edomites, says Bp. Lowth, as well as Jews, were subdued by the Babylonians. They enquire of the prophet how long their subjection is to last; he intimates that the Jews should be delivered from their captivity; not so the Edomites. "The morning cometh, and also the night." Ge 25:14; 1Ch 1:30me out.34:1-17; 63:1-6; Nu 24:18; De 2:5; Ps 137:7; Jer 49:7-22Eze 35:1-15; Joe 3:19; Am 1:6,11,12; Ob 1:1-16; Mal 1:2-4what.6; Jer 37:17 The morning.17:14; Jer 50:27; Eze 7:5-7,10,12if.55:7; Jer 42:19-22; Eze 14:1-6; 18:30-32; Ac 2:37,38; 17:19,20Ac 17:30-32 Arabia.1Ki 10:15; Jer 25:23,24; 49:28-33; Ga 4:25O ye.13:20; Ge 25:3; 1Ch 1:9,32; Eze 27:15,20,21 Tema.Ge 25:15; 1Ch 1:30; Job 6:19brought. or, bring ye.16:3,4; Jud 8:4-8; Pr 25:21; Ro 12:20; 1Pe 4:9 from the swords. or, for fear of the swords. Heb. from theface of. Job 6:19,20 according.16:14; Job 7:1Kedar.42:11; 60:7; Ge 25:13; 1Ch 1:29; Ps 120:5; So 1:5; Jer 49:28Eze 27:21 archers. Heb. bows. the mighty.10:18,19; 17:4,5; Ps 107:39for.1:20; Nu 23:19; Jer 44:29; Zec 1:6; Mt 24:35
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