Nahum 31 The miserable ruin of Nineveh. to.Isa 24:9; Eze 22:2,3; 24:6-9; Hab 2:12; Zep 3:1-3bloody city. Heb. city of bloods. full.2:12; Isa 17:14; 42:24; Ho 4:2 noise.2:3,4; Jud 5:22; Job 39:22-25; Isa 9:5; Jer 47:3 bright sword and the glittering spear. Heb. flame of thesword, and lightning of the spear. 2:4; Ge 3:24; Hab 3:11and there.Isa 37:36; Eze 31:3-13; 39:4 the mistress.Isa 23:15-17; 47:9,12,13; Re 17:1-5; 18:2,3,9,23 I am. See on ch.2:13; Eze 23:25I will discover.Isa 47:2,3; Jer 13:22,26; Eze 16:37; 23:29; Mic 1:11; Hab 2:16 I will cast.Job 9:31; 30:19; Ps 38:5-7; La 3:16; Mal 2:2; 1Co 4:13make.1:14; Job 30:8; Mal 2:9will set.1Ki 9:7,8; Isa 14:16-19; Jer 51:37; Zep 2:15; 1Co 4:9; Heb 10:33Jude 1:7 that all.Nu 16:34; Jer 51:9; Re 18:10Nineveh.2:9,10; Jer 51:41-43; Re 18:16-19who.Isa 51:19; Jer 15:5; La 2:13 thou.Eze 31:2,3; Am 6:2populous No. or, nourishing No. Heb. No-amon.Jer 46:25,26; Eze 30:14-16that had.Isa 19:5-10 Ethiopia.Isa 20:5; Jer 46:9Put.Ge 10:6; 1Ch 1:8; Eze 27:10; 30:5; 38:5thy helpers. Heb. in thy help. she carried.Ps 33:16,17; Isa 20:4her young.2Ki 8:12; Ps 137:8; Isa 13:6; Ho 13:16; Am 1:13at.La 2:19; 4:1cast.Joe 3:3; Ob 1:11 Thou also.Diodorus relates, that while the Assyrian army were feasting for their former victories, those about Arbaces being informed of their negligence and drunkenness, fell upon them unexpectedly, slew many, and drove the rest into the city. shalt be drunken.1:10; Ps 75:8; Isa 29:9; 49:26; 63:6; Jer 25:15-27; 51:57thou shalt be hid.1Sa 13:6; 14:11; Isa 2:10,19; Ho 10:8; Am 9:3; Mic 7:17; Lu 23:30Re 6:15-17thou also.2:1; Jer 4:5; 8:14 Hab 1:10; Re 6:13 thy people.Isa 19:16; Jer 50:37; 51:30the gates.2:6; Ps 107:16; Isa 45:1,2thy bars.Ps 147:13; Jer 51:30 Draw.2Ch 32:3,4,11; Isa 22:9-11; 37:25fortify.2:1; Isa 8:9; Jer 46:3,4,9; Joe 3:9-11 shall the.13; 2:13; Zep 2:13it.Joe 1:4; 2:25make thyself many as the locusts.Ex 10:13-15 above.Ge 15:5; 22:17; Ne 9:23; Jer 33:22spoileth. or, spreadeth himself. Re 9:7 Thy shepherds.That is, the rulers and tributary princes, who, as Herodotus informs us, deserted Nineveh in the day of her distress, and came not to her succour. Diodorus also says, that when the enemy shut up the king in the city, many nations revolted; each going over to the besiegers for the sake of their liberty; that the king despatched messengers to all his subjects, requiring power from them to succour him, and that he thought himself able to endure the siege, and remained in expectation of armies which were to be raised throughout his empire, relying on the oracle, that the city would not be taken till the river became its enemy. 2:6; Ex 15:16; Ps 76:5,6; Isa 56:9,10; Jer 51:39,57O King.Jer 50:18; Eze 31:3-18; 32:22,23nobles. or, valiant ones.Isa 47:1; Re 6:15thy people.1Ki 22:17; Isa 13:14 no.Jer 30:13-15; 46:11; Eze 30:21,22; Mic 1:9; Zep 2:13-15healing. Heb. wrinkling. the bruit.Jer 10:22shall.Job 27:23; Isa 14:8-21; La 2:15; Eze 25:6; Re 18:20upon.2:11,12; Isa 10:6-14; 37:18; Re 13:7; 17:2; 18:2,3
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