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    1 Hezekiah mourning, sends to Isaiah to pray for them. 6 Isaiah comforts them. 8 Sennacherib, going to encounter Tirhakah, sends a blasphemous letter to Hezekiah. 14 Hezekiah's prayer. 21 Isaiah's prophecy of the pride and destruction of Sennacherib, and the good of Zion. 36 An angel slays the Assyrians. 37 Sennacherib is slain at Nineveh by his own sons. VERSE 1 - it came. * 2Ki 19:1-19 - he rent. * Isa 36:22 2Ki 22:11 Jer 36:24 Jon 3:5,6 Mt 11:21 - and went. * Ezr 9:5 Job 1:20,21 VERSE 2 * :14; 36:3 - See on * 2Ki 18:18; 19:2; 22:12-14 2Ch 20:20 Joe 1:13 VERSE 3 - his day. * Isa 25:8; 33:2 2Ki 19:3 2Ch 15:4 Ps 50:15; 91:15; 116:3,4 Jer 30:7 * Ho 5:15; 6:1 Re 3:19 - blasphemy. or, provocation. * Ps 95:8 - for the. * Isa 26:17,18; 66:9 Ho 13:13 VERSE 4 - It may. * Jos 14:12 1Sa 14:6 2Sa 16:12 Am 5:15 - to reproach. * :23,24; 36:20; 51:7,8 1Sa 17:26,36 2Ki 19:4,22,23 2Ch 32:15-19 - and will. * :23 Ps 50:21 - lift up. * 1Sa 7:8; 12:19,23 2Ch 32:20 Ps 106:23 Joe 2:17 Jas 16 5:16 - for the. * Isa 1:9; 8:7,8; 10:5,6,22 2Ki 17:18; 18:9-16 2Ch 28:19 Ro 9:27 - left. Heb. found. VERSE 5 VERSE 6 - Thus shall. * 2Ki 19:5-7; 22:15-20 - Be not. * Isa 7:4; 10:24,25; 35:4; 41:10-14; 43:1,2; 51:12,13 Ex 14:13 Le 26:8 * Jos 11:6 2Ch 20:15-20 Mr 4:40; 5:36 VERSE 7 - I will. * Isa 10:16-18,33,34; 17:13,14; 29:5-8; 30:28-33; 31:8,9; 33:10-12 * 2Ki 7:6 Job 4:9; 15:21 Ps 58:9 - send a blast upon him. or, put a spirit into him. I will cause. * :36-38 2Ch 32:21 VERSE 8 - Rabshakeh. * 2Ki 19:8,9 Nu 33:20,21 - Libnah. * Jos 10:29,31-34; 21:13 2Ki 8:22 2Ch 21:10 - Lachish. * Jos 12:11; 15:39 VERSE 9 - he heard. * 1Sa 23:27,28 - Ethiopia. Cush, which is generally rendered Ethiopia, is applied in Scripture to at least three distinct and different countries. 1. The country watered by the Gihon or Araxes, (Ge 2:13,) also called Cuth, 2 Ki 30 17:30. 2. A country of Arabia Petr'a, bordering upon Egypt, which extended from the northern extremity of the Red sea along its eastern shore. (Comp. Ex 1 3:1, with Nu 12:1. Hab 3:7.) 3. Ethiopia Proper, an extensive country of Africa, comprehending Nubia and Abyssinia; being bounded on the north by Egypt, on the east by the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, and on the south and west by various nations of Africa, and extending from about 6 to 24 N. lat. and 25 to 45 E. long. It is probable that it was this latter Cush, or Ethiopia, of which Tirhakah was king; he being in league with his kinsman Sevechus, son of So, or Sabacon, king of Egypt, against Sennacherib, the king of Assyria. VERSE 10 - Let not. * Isa 36:4,15,20 2Ki 18:5; 19:10-13 2Ch 32:7,8,15-19 Ps 22:8 * Mt 27:43 VERSE 11 * :18,19; 10:7-14; 14:17; 36:18-20 2Ki 17:4-6; 18:33-35 VERSE 12 - the gods. * Isa 36:20; 46:5-7 - Gozan. * 2Ki 17:6; 18:11; 19:12 - Haran. Haran, the Carrh' of the Greeks and Romans, is situated in the north-west part of Mesopotamia, between the Euphrates and the river Chebar; about 110 miles west of Nisibis, 90 east of Bir, 100 south of Diarbekir, and 170 north of Palmyra. * Ge 11:31; 12:14; 28:10; 29:4 Ac 7:2 - Eden. It is probable that this Eden is the country near Diarbekir, on the Tigris, called Mdon, according to Asseman. * Ge 2:8 Eze 27:23; 28:13 Am 1:5 - Telassar. Telassar is probably the same as Ellasar, Ge 14:1, as the Jerusalem Targum reads; for both of which the Syriac has Dolassar; and perhaps, as Doederlein supposes, the same as Sharra, a city of Mesopotamia, half a mile from the Euphrates. * 2Ki 19:12 - Thelasar. VERSE 13 - Hamath. * Isa 10:9; 36:19 Jer 49:23 - Hena. Hena is probably the same as Anah, a city of Mesopotamia, situated on an island in the Euphrates. - Ivah. * 2Ki 17:24,30,31 - Ava, Avites. * 2Ki 18:34; 19:13 VERSE 14 - received. * 2Ki 19:14 - and Hezekiah went. * :1 1Ki 8:28-30,38; 9:3 2Ch 6:20-42 Ps 27:5; 62:1-3; 74:10; 76:1-3 * Ps 123:1-4; 143:6 Joe 2:17-20 VERSE 15 * 1Sa 7:8,9 2Sa 7:18-29 2Ki 19:15-19 2Ch 14:11; 20:6-12 * Da 9:3,4 Php 4:6,7 Jas 13 5:13 VERSE 16 - Lord. * Isa 6:3; 8:13 2Sa 7:26 Ps 46:7,11 - dwellest. * Ex 25:22 1Sa 4:4 Ps 80:1; 99:1 Heb 4:16 - thou art. * :20; 43:10,11; 44:6; 45:22; 54:5 1Ki 18:32 2Ki 5:15 Ps 86:10 * Re 11:15-17 - thou hast. * Isa 40:28; 44:24 Ge 1:1 Ps 146:6 Jer 10:10-12 Joh 1:3 Col 1:16 VERSE 17 - Incline. * 2Ch 6:40 Job 36:7 Ps 17:6; 71:2; 130:1,2 Da 9:17-19 1Pe 3:12 - hear. * :4 2Sa 16:12 Ps 10:14,15; 74:10,22; 79:12; 89:50,51 VERSE 18 - the kings. * 2Ki 15:29; 16:9; 17:6,24 1Ch 5:26 Na 2:11,12 - nations. Heb. lands. VERSE 19 - And have. * Isa 10:9-11; 36:18-20; 46:1,2 Ex 32:20 2Sa 5:21 - cast. Heb. given. no gods. * Isa 40:19-21; 41:7; 44:9,10,17 Ps 115:4-8 Jer 10:3-6,11 Ho 8:6 VERSE 20 - that all. * Isa 42:8 Ex 9:15,16 Jos 7:8,9 1Sa 17:45-47 1Ki 8:43; 18:36,37 * Ps 46:10; 59:13; 67:1,2; 83:17,18 Eze 36:23 Mal 1:11 - even. * :16 VERSE 21 - Whereas. * Isa 38:3-6; 58:9; 65:24 2Sa 15:31; 17:23 2Ki 19:20,21 Job 22:27 * Ps 91:15 Da 9:20-23 Ac 4:31 VERSE 22 - The virgin. * Isa 23:12 Jer 14:17 La 1:15; 2:13 Am 5:2 - the daughter. * Isa 1:8; 10:32; 62:11 Ps 9:14 Zep 3:14 Zec 2:10; 9:9 Mt 21:5 - hath despised. * Isa 8:9,10 1Sa 17:36,44-47 Ps 2:2-4; 27:1-3; 31:18; 46:1-7 * Joe 3:9-12 - shaken. * Job 16:4 Ps 22:7,8 Mt 27:39 VERSE 23 - Whom hast. * :10-13 Ex 5:2 2Ki 19:4,22 2Ch 32:17 Ps 44:16; 73:9; 74:18,23 * Re 13:1-6 - against whom. * Isa 10:13-15; 14:13,14 Ex 9:17 Pr 30:13 Eze 28:2,9 Da 5:20-23 * Da 7:25 2Th 2:4 - the Holy One. * Isa 10:20; 12:6; 17:7; 30:11,12; 41:14,16; 43:3,14 Ex 15:11 Eze 39:7 * Hab 1:12,13 VERSE 24 - thy servants. Heb. the hand of they servants. * :4; 36:15-20 2Ki 19:22,23 - By the. * Isa 10:13,14; 36:9 Ex 15:9 Ps 20:7 Da 4:30 - tall cedars thereof, and the choice fir trees thereof. Heb. tallness of the cedars thereof and the choice of the fir trees thereof. * Isa 10:18; 14:8 Eze 31:3-18 Da 4:8-14,20-22 Zec 11:1,2 - of his Carmel. or, and his fruitful field. * Isa 29:17 VERSE 25 - with the sole. * Isa 36:12 1Ki 20:10 2Ki 19:23,24 - besieged. or, fenced and closed. VERSE 26 - long ago, etc. or, how I have made it long ago, and formed it of ancient times? Should I now bring it to be laid waste, and defenced cities to be ruinous heaps?. - how I. * Isa 10:5,6,15; 45:7; 46:10,11 Ge 50:20 Ps 17:13; 76:10 Am 3:6 * Ac 2:23; 4:27,28 1Pe 2:8 Jude 1:4 VERSE 27 - their inhabitants. * Isa 19:16 Nu 14:9 2Ki 19:26 Ps 127:1,2 Jer 5:10; 37:10 - of small power. Heb. short of hand. as the grass of. * Isa 40:6-8 Ps 37:2; 90:5,6; 92:7; 103:15; 129:6 Jas 1:10,11 1Pe 1:24 VERSE 28 - I know. * Ps 139:2-11 Pr 5:21; 15:3 Jer 23:23,24 Re 2:13 - abode. or sitting. VERSE 29 - rage. * :10; 36:4,10 2Ki 19:27,28 Job 15:25,26 Ps 2:1-3; 46:6; 93:3,4 * Na 1:9-11 Joh 15:22,23 Ac 9:4 - tumult. * Ps 74:4,23; 83:2 Mt 27:24 Ac 22:22 - will I. * Isa 30:28 Job 41:2 Ps 32:9 Eze 29:4; 38:4 Am 4:2 VERSE 30 - this shall. * Isa 7:14; 38:7 Ex 3:12 1Ki 13:3-5 2Ki 19:29; 20:9 - Ye shall. * Isa 7:21-25 Le 25:4,5,20-22 VERSE 31 - remnant that is escaped of the house of Judah. Heb. escaping of the house of Judah that remaineth. * Isa 1:9; 6:13; 10:20-22 Jer 44:28 - take. * Isa 27:6; 65:9 2Ki 19:30,31 Ps 80:9 Jer 30:19 Ro 9:27; 11:5 Ga 3:29 VERSE 32 - they that escape. Heb. the escaping. the zeal. * :20; 9:7; 59:17 2Ki 19:31 Joe 2:18 Zec 1:14 VERSE 33 - He. * Isa 8:7-10; 10:32-34; 17:12,14; 33:20 2Ki 19:32-35 - shields. Heb. shield. cast. * Eze 21:22 Lu 19:43,44 VERSE 34 * :29 Pr 21:30 VERSE 35 - I will. * Isa 31:5; 38:6 2Ki 20:6 - for mine. * Isa 43:25; 48:9-11 De 32:27 Eze 20:9; 36:22 Eph 1:6,14 - and for. * 1Ki 11:12,13,36; 15:4 Jer 23:5,6; 30:9; 33:15,16 Eze 37:24,25 VERSE 36 - the angel. * Isa 10:12,16-19,33,34; 30:30-33; 31:8; 33:10-12 Ex 12:23 2Sa 24:16 * 2Ki 19:35 1Ch 21:12,16 2Ch 32:21,22 Ps 35:5,6 Ac 12:23 - and when. * Ex 12:30 Job 20:5-7; 24:24 Ps 46:6-11; 76:5-7 1Th 5:2,3 VERSE 37 - Sennacherib. * :7,29; 31:9 - Nineveh. * Ge 10:11,12 Jon 1:2; 3:3 Na 1:1 Mt 12:41 VERSE 38 - his god. * :10; 14:9,12; 36:15,18 2Ki 19:36,37 2Ch 32:14,19,21 - Armenia. Heb. Ararat. * Ge 8:4 Jer 51:27 - Esar-haddon. Esar-haddon, called Asar-addinus in the Canon of Ptolemy, was the third son of Sennacherib; and having reigned twenty-nine years over the Assyrians, he took advantage of the anarchy and confusion which followed the death of Mesessimordacus, and seized upon Babylon; which he added to his former empire, and reigned over both for thirteen years; when he was succeeded by his son Saosduchinus, A.M. 3336, B.C. 668. * Ezr 4:2 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TSK INDEX & SEARCH

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