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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Amos 1:15


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    King James Bible - Amos 1:15

    And their king shall go into captivity, he and his princes together, saith the LORD.

    World English Bible

    and their king will go into captivity, he and his princes together," says Yahweh.

    Douay-Rheims - Amos 1:15

    And Melchom shall go into captivity, both he, and his princes together, saith the Lord.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And their king shall go into captivity, he and his princes together, saith the LORD.

    Original Hebrew

    והלך
    1980 מלכם 4428 בגולה 1473 הוא 1931 ושׂריו 8269 יחדו 3162 אמר 559 יהוה׃ 3068

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    VERSE (15) -
    Jer 49:3

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:15

    y su rey irá en cautiverio, él y sus príncipes todos, dijo el SEÑOR.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Amos 1:15

    Verse 15. Their king shall go into
    captivity] Probably µklm malcham should be Milcom, who was a chief god of the Ammonites; and the following words, he and his princes, may refer to the body of his priesthood. See 1 Kings xi. 33, and the notes there. All these countries were subdued by Nebuchadnezzar.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 15. And their king shall go into
    captivity , etc.] Not only the common people that are left of the sword shall be carried captive, but their king also. This was, Baalis their last king, who was accessary to the murder of Gedaliah, ( Jeremiah 40:14); whom the king of Babylon had set over the remnant of the Jews left in Judea; which might provoke him to send Nebuzaradan his general against him, who put his country to fire and sword, destroyed his chief city Rabbah, and carried him and his nobles into captivity. Some understand this of Milchom, or Moloch, the god of the children of Ammon, who should be so far from saving them, that he himself should be taken and carried off; it being usual with the conquerors to carry away with them the gods of the nations they conquered; (see Jeremiah 48:7 Jeremiah 49:3). So Ptolemy Euergetes king of Egypt, having conquered Callinicus king of Syria, carried captive into Egypt the gods he then took, ( Daniel 11:8); and it was usual with the Romans to carry the gods of the nations captive which they conquered, and to carry them in their triumphs as such; so Marcellus was blamed for rendering the city of Rome envied and hated by other nations, because not men only, but the gods also, were carried in pomp as captives: and of Paulus Aemylius it is said, that the first day of his triumph was scarce sufficient for the passing along of the captive statues, pictures, and colosses, which were drawn on two hundred and fifty chariots f82 : he and his princes together, saith the Lord : which is repeated, and especially the last words added, for the confirmation of it. The Septuagint, Syriac, and Arabic versions, read, “their priests and their princes”, as in ( Jeremiah 49:3). This was fulfilled five years after the destruction of Jerusalem, as Josephus relates.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    God's judgments in the latter days. (Joel 3:1-8) The extent of thes judgments. (Joel 3:9-17) The blessings the church shall enjoy. (Joe 3:18-21)

    Joel 3:1-8 The restoration of the Jews, and the final victory of tru religion over all opposers, appear to be here foretold. The contemp and scorn with which the Jews have often been treated as a people, an the little value set upon them, are noticed. None ever hardened his heart against God or his church, and prospered long.

    Joel 3:9-17 Here is a challenge to all the enemies of God's people There is no escaping God's judgments; hardened sinners, in that day of wrath, shall be cut off from all comfort and joy. Most of the prophet foretell the same final victory of the church of God over all tha oppose it. To the wicked it will be a terrible day, but to the righteous it will be a joyful day. What cause have those who possess a interest in Christ, to glory in their Strength and their Redeemer! The acceptable year of the Lord, a day of such great favour to some, wil be a day of remarkable vengeance to others: let every one that is ou of Christ awake, and flee from the wrath to come.

    Joel 3:18-21 There shall be abundant Divine influences, and the gospe will spread speedily into the remotest corners of the earth. Thes events are predicted under significant emblems; there is a day coming when every thing amiss shall be amended. The fountain of this plenty is in the house of God, whence the streams take rise. Christ is thi Fountain; his sufferings, merit, and grace, cleanse, refresh, and make fruitful. Gospel grace, flowing from Christ, shall reach to the Gentil world, to the most remote regions, and make them abound in fruits of righteousness; and from the house of the Lord above, from his heavenl temple, flows all the good we daily taste, and hope to enjoy eternally.

    Judgments against the Syrians, Philistines, Tyrians, Edomites, an Ammonites.

    --GOD employed a shepherd, a herdsman, to reprove and warn the people Those to whom God gives abilities for his services, ought not to be despised for their origin, or their employment. Judgments are denounce against the neighbouring nations, the oppressors of God's people. The number of transgressions does not here mean that exact number, but many: they had filled the measure of their sins, and were ripe for vengeance. The method in dealing with these nations is, in part, the same, yet in each there is something peculiar. In all ages thi bitterness has been shown against the Lord's people. When the Lor reckons with his enemies, how tremendous are his judgments __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    והלך 1980 מלכם 4428 בגולה 1473 הוא 1931 ושׂריו 8269 יחדו 3162 אמר 559 יהוה׃ 3068


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