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    ISAIAH 28

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    1 The prophet threatens Ephraim for their pride and drunkenness. 5 The residue shall be advanced in the kingdom of Christ. 7 He rebukes their error; 9 their untowardness to learn; 14 and their security. 16 Christ the sure foundation is promised. 17 Their security shall be tried. 23 They are incited to the consideration of God's discreet providence. VERSE 1 - A.M. 3279. B.C. 725. the crown. This chapter begins a new subject, chiefly relating to the devastations of Israel and Judah by the Assyrian kings. The ancient Samaria being beautifully situated on the top of a round hill, and surrounded immediately with a rich valley, and then a circle of other hills around it, suggested the idea of a chaplet, or wreath of flowers. * :3 Ho 5:5; 6:10 - drunkards. * :7; 5:11,22 Pr 23:29 Ho 4:11; 7:5 Am 2:8,12; 6:6 - whose. * :4; 7:8,9; 8:4 2Ki 14:25-27; 15:29; 18:10-12 2Ch 28:6; 30:6,7 * Am 6:1 - overcome. Heb. broken. VERSE 2 - the Lord. * Isa 9:9-12; 27:1 Eze 30:10,11 - as a storm. * :15-19; 8:7,8; 25:4; 29:6; 30:30 Eze 13:11 Na 1:8 Mt 7:25-27 * Re 18:8 VERSE 3 - The crown. * :1 - shall. * Isa 25:10; 26:6 2Ki 9:33 La 1:15 Da 8:13 Heb 10:29 Re 11:2 - under feet. Heb. with feet. VERSE 4 - shall be. * :1 Ps 73:19,20 Ho 6:4; 9:10,11,16; 13:1,15 Jas 1:10,11 - the hasty. "No sooner," says Dr. Shaw, "doth the {boccore} (or early fig) draw near to perfection in the middle or latter end of June, than the {kermez,} or summer fig, begins to be formed, though it rarely ripens before August; about which time the same tree frequently throws out a third crop, or winter fig, as we may call it. This is usually of a much longer shape and darker complexion than the {kermez,} hanging and ripening upon the tree, even after the leaves are shed; and, provided the winter proves mild and temperate, is gathered as a delicious morsel in the spring." * Mic 7:1 Na 3:12 Re 6:13 - eateth. Heb. swalloweth. VERSE 5 - shall the. * Isa 41:16; 45:25; 60:1-3,19; 62:3 Jer 9:23,24 Zec 6:13-15 Lu 2:32 * 1Co 1:30,31 2Co 4:17 1Pe 5:4 - for a diadem. * Job 29:14 Ps 90:16,17 - residue. * Isa 10:20,21; 11:16; 37:31,32 Ro 11:5,6 VERSE 6 - for a spirit. * Isa 11:2-4; 32:15,16 Ge 41:38,39 Nu 11:16,17; 27:16-18 1Ki 3:28 * Ps 72:1-4 Pr 20:8 Joh 3:34; 5:30 1Co 12:8 - and for strength. * De 20:4 Jos 1:9 Ps 18:32-34; 46:1,11 VERSE 7 - erred. * Isa 19:14; 56:10-12 Le 10:9,10 Pr 20:1; 31:4,5 Ec 10:17 Eze 44:21 * Ho 4:11 Mic 2:11 Mt 24:29 Lu 21:34 Eph 5:28 - are swallowed. * Ps 107:27 *marg: - err in. * Isa 3:12; 9:16 Jer 14:14; 23:13,16 La 2:4 Eze 13:7 Ho 4:12 VERSE 8 * Pr 26:11 Jer 48:26 Hab 2:15,16 VERSE 9 - shall he teach. * Isa 30:10-12 Ps 50:17 Pr 1:29 Jer 5:31; 6:10 Joh 3:19; 12:38,47,48 - doctrine. Heb. the hearing. * Isa 53:1 *marg: - weaned. * Ps 131:2 Mt 11:25; 21:15,16 Mr 10:15 1Pe 2:2 VERSE 10 - For precept. * :13; 5:4 De 6:1-6 2Ch 36:15,16 Ne 9:29,30 Jer 11:7; 25:3-7 * Mt 21:34-41 Php 3:1 2Ti 3:7 Heb 5:12 - must be. or, hath been. VERSE 11 - with. * De 28:49 Jer 5:15 1Co 14:21 - stammering lips. Heb. stammerings of lips. will he speak. or, he hath spoken. VERSE 12 - This. * Isa 30:15 2Ch 14:11; 16:8,9 Jer 6:16 Mt 11:28,29 - yet. * Ps 81:11-13 Jer 44:16 Zec 7:11,14 Heb 12:25 VERSE 13 - precept upon precept. * :10 Jer 23:36-38 Ho 6:5; 8:12 - that. * Isa 6:9,10; 8:14,15 Ps 69:22 Mt 13:14; 21:44 Ro 11:9 2Co 2:16 * 1Pe 2:7,8 2Pe 3:16 VERSE 14 - ye. * :22; 1:10; 5:9; 29:20 Pr 1:22; 3:34; 29:8 Ho 7:5 Ac 13:41 VERSE 15 - We have. To be in covenant with a thing, says Bp. Lowth, is a proverbial expression to denote perfect security from mischief or evil of which it is the cause. * Isa 5:18,19 Ec 8:8 Job 5:23; 15:25-27 Jer 44:17 Eze 8:12 Ho 2:18 * Zep 1:12 - when. * Isa 8:7,8 Da 11:22 - we have made. * Isa 30:10 Jer 5:31; 14:13; 16:19; 28:15-17 Eze 13:16,22 Am 2:4 * Jon 2:8 2Th 2:9-11 VERSE 16 - Behold. * Isa 8:14 Ge 49:10,24 Ps 118:22 Zec 3:9 Mt 21:42 Mr 12:10 * Lu 20:17,18 Ac 4:11,12 Ro 9:33; 10:11 1Co 3:11 Eph 2:20 * 1Pe 2:6-8 - he that. * Isa 30:18 Ps 112:7,8 Hab 2:3,4 Jas 7 5:7,8 VERSE 17 - Judgment. * Isa 10:22 2Ki 21:13 Ps 94:15 Am 7:7-9 Ro 2:2,5; 9:28 Re 19:2 - and the hail. * :2,15; 25:4; 32:2,18,19 Ex 9:18,19 Jos 10:11 Jer 7:4-8,14,20 * Jer 23:19; 30:23,24 Eze 13:10-16; 38:22 Re 8:7; 11:19; 16:21 - and the waters. * Isa 30:28 Job 22:16 Da 11:22 Mt 7:27 2Pe 3:6,7 VERSE 18 - your covenant. * Isa 7:7; 8:10 Jer 44:28 Eze 17:15 Zec 1:6 - shall be disannulled. For {kuppar,} Houbigant, Archbp. Secker, and Bp. Lowth, would read {tuppar;} but the former may well have the sense ascribed to it here, as it signifies in Chaldee and Syriac, {abstersit, diluit, abolevit.} - when. * Isa 2:15; 8:8 Jer 47:2 Da 8:9-13; 9:26,27; 11:40 Re 12:15; 17:15 - trodden down by it. Heb. a treading down to it. * :3 Mal 4:1-3 VERSE 19 - the time. * Isa 10:5,6 2Ki 17:6; 18:13 Eze 21:19-23 - and it. * Isa 33:7; 36:22; 37:3 1Sa 3:11 2Ki 21:12 Jer 19:3 Da 7:28; 8:27 * Hab 3:16 Lu 21:25,26 - to understand the report. or, when he shall make you to understand doctrine. VERSE 20 - the bed. * Isa 57:12,13; 59:5,6; 64:6; 66:3-6 Jer 7:8-10 Ro 9:30-32 1Co 1:18-31 VERSE 21 - in mount Perazim. * 2Sa 5:20 1Ch 14:11 - the valley. * Jos 10:10,12 2Sa 5:25 - Geba. * 1Ch 14:16 - his strange. * :19 De 29:21-24 Jer 30:14 La 2:15; 3:33 Eze 33:21 Lu 19:41-44 VERSE 22 - be ye. * :15 2Ch 30:10; 36:16 Jer 15:17; 20:7 Mt 27:39,44 Ac 13:40,41 * Ac 17:32 - lest. * 2Ch 33:11 Ps 107:16 Jer 39:7 La 1:14 Re 22:18,19 - a consumption. * Isa 10:22,23; 24:1-23; 32:12-14 Jer 25:11 Da 9:26,27 Lu 21:24 VERSE 23 * Isa 1:2 De 32:1 Jer 22:29 Re 2:7,11,14,29 VERSE 24 - break. * Jer 4:3 Ho 10:11,12 VERSE 25 - in the principal, etc. or, the wheat in the principal place, and the barley in the appointed place. rye. or, spelt. * Ex 9:31,32 Eze 4:9 - place. Heb. border. VERSE 26 - For his God, etc. or, And he bindeth it in such sort as his God doth teach him. * Ex 28:3; 31:3-6; 36:2 Job 35:11; 39:17 Ps 144:1 Da 1:17 Jas 17 1:17 VERSE 27 - threshed. * Isa 41:15 2Ki 13:7 Am 1:3 - the fitches. * Isa 27:7,8 Jer 10:24; 46:28 VERSE 28 - Bread. * Isa 21:10 Am 9:9 Mt 3:12; 13:37-43 Lu 22:31,32 Joh 12:24 1Co 3:9 * 1Co 9:9,10 - the wheel. * :27 VERSE 29 - cometh. * :21,22; 9:6 Job 5:9; 37:23 Ps 40:5; 92:5 Jer 32:19 Da 4:2,3 * Ro 11:33 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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