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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Daniel 11:45


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    King James Bible - Daniel 11:45

    And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him.

    World English Bible

    He shall plant the
    tents of his palace between the sea and the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him.

    Douay-Rheims - Daniel 11:45

    And he shall fix his tabernacle Apadno between the seas, upon a glorious and holy
    mountain: and he shall come even to the top thereof, and none shall help him.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy
    mountain: yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him.

    Original Hebrew

    ויטע
    5193 אהלי 168 אפדנו 643 בין 996 ימים 3220 להר 2022 צבי 6643 קדשׁ 6944 ובא 935 עד 5704 קצו 7093 ואין 369 עוזר׃ 5826

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    VERSE (45) -
    Joe 2:20 Zec 14:8

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:45

    Y plantará las tiendas de su palacio entre los mares, en el monte deseable del Santuario; y vendrá hasta su fin, y no tendrá quien le ayude.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Daniel 11:45

    Verse 45. He shalt
    plant the tabernacles] He shall make a last stand in Judea, and there shall his power be smitten.

    He shall come to his end, and none shall help him] All his confederate and tributary kingdoms, states, and provinces shall desert him and leave that government to come to a shameful end.

    IN the interpretation of this chapter I have generally followed Bp.

    Newton, in his most excellent Dissertations on the Prophecies, consulting other eminent authors occasionally.

    From the beginning of the chapter to the end of ver. 30 all is very clear and plain, relative to the Grecian, Syrian, and Egyptian histories; from the thtrty-first verse to the end, the mode of interpretation is not so satisfactory, in its application to the times since Christ. Yet possibly these alone may be intended; though the whole might be, with considerable ease, applied to the remaining part of the Syrian and Epyptian history. It is a wonderful piece of prophecy, and of great utility to the cause of Divine revelation.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 45. And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace , etc.] Or “pavilion” f580 ; the tents for his princes and generals that come with him; which shall be placed about his own, and where he will think himself safe and secure, and sure of victory. Symmachus renders the words, “the tents of his cavalry” f581 ; or the stables of his horses; which agrees well enough with the Turks, whole cavalry is usually very large, their armies chiefly consisting of horsemen; such he shall bring into the land of Judea, and place them as after mentioned, as if he had got the day, and had obtained a settlement. The word used has the signification of covering and clothing; hence some translate it, “the tents of his curtain” f582 ; tents covered with curtains or veils, such as the tents of kings, generals, and principal officers, were covered with, distinguished from others by the splendour and magnificence of them. It seems to be derived from the same root as the ephod, a curious garment wore by the high priest among the Jews; hence Saadiah interprets it here a covering figured and wrought very artificially; and it is by some rendered “the tents or tabernacles of his tunic or clothing” f583 . And it is an ingenious conjecture of a learned man of our own country f584 , that it may refer to an ancient custom of the Roman emperors, who used before a battle to have a scarlet coat spread over their tents, or hung up upon a spear, to give notice of it, as appears from Plutarch, Isidore, and others; and so this furious enemy of the church of God is here represented as setting up his bloody flag or ensign, and preparing for battle, threatening with utter desolation and destruction. And this will be between the seas, in the glorious holy mountain ; in the mountain or mountains of the land of Israel, upon which it is certain Gog or the Turk shall come, and there he shall fall, ( Ezekiel 39:2-5), particularly the mountains about Jerusalem, and more especially Mount Zion, or Moriah, as Jacchiades; on which the temple was built formerly, and was glorious and holy on that account, and for which reason the epithets may be retained; though it will now be glorious and holy, through a glorious and holy people, the Jews, become Christian, residing and worshipping in Jerusalem; whose situation is between two seas, the Mediterranean sea to the west, and the sea of Sodom, or the Syrian or Persian sea, to the east, called the hinder and the former seas in ( Zechariah 14:8). Some take the word wndpa , “Apadno”, translated “palace”, for the proper name of a place, Theodoret takes it to be a place near Jerusalem; and Jerom says it was near Nicopolis, which was formerly called Emmaus; where the mountainous parts of Judea begin to rise, and lay between the Dead sea on the east, and the great sea on the west, where he supposes antichrist will pitch his tent: and Porphyry, as he relates, who interprets the whole of Antiochus, places it between the two rivers Tigris and Euphrates; he says that Antiochus went on an expedition against Artaxis, king of Armenia, and, having slain many of his army, pitched his tent in the place Apadno, which is situated between two large rivers, Tigris and Euphrates; and that he afterwards went to the top of a mountain, in the province of Elymais, the further part of Persia to the east, with a design to rob the temple of Diana; but being discovered by the people was obliged to flee, and that he died with grief in Tabes, a town in Persia: and Father Calmet is of opinion that a place between those two rivers before mentioned is meant, and translates the words thus, “he shall pitch his tents in Apadno of the two seas;” or in Padan of two rivers, Mesopotamia, situated between the Euphrates and the Tigris, two large rivers, and justly compared with the sea, particularly for their inundations. Dr. Goodwin expresses his fears that our British isles are here invaded, which so eminently stand between the seas, and which God has made the eminent seat of the church in these latter days; and his fears would seem to be too well grounded, were the Romish or western antichrist here designed; but the Turk, or the eastern antichrist, is manifestly spoken of, as appears by the context: and the reason why he is so much observed, and so many things said of him, is, because the Jews have, and will have, the greatest concern with him, their country being in his hands; and it is for their sakes chiefly that the whole of this prophecy is delivered out; however, both antichrists, the one and the other, shall come to utter destruction, as follows: “yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him”; he shall fall upon the mountains of Israel, he and his princes, his generals, and captains, and mighty men; the whole Ottoman empire shall be destroyed, signified by the drying up of the river Euphrates, which is in his dominions, ( Revelation 16:12), and of the vast multitudes that shall come with him, Persia, Ethiopia, Lybia, Gomer, and Togarmah, ( Ezekiel 38:5,6) and the numerous provinces he is master of; none shall be able to help him, or save him from ruin: of the destruction of the Turk, under the name of Gog, (see Ezekiel 39:1-40:1).
    Matthew Henry Commentary
    The vision of the Scriptures of
    truth.

    Dan. 11:1-30 The angel shows Daniel the succession of the Persian an Grecian empires. The kings of Egypt and Syria are noticed: Judea wa between their dominions, and affected by their contests. From Dan 11:5-30, is generally considered to relate to the events which came to pass during the continuance of these governments; and from Dan. 11:21 to relate to Antiochus Epiphanes, who was a cruel and violen persecutor of the Jews. See what decaying, perishing things worldl pomp and possessions are, and the power by which they are gotten. God in his providence, sets up one, and pulls down another, as he pleases This world is full of wars and fightings, which come from men's lusts All changes and revolutions of states and kingdoms, and every event are plainly and perfectly foreseen by God. No word of God shall fall to the ground; but what he has designed, what he has declared, shal infallibly come to pass. While the potsherds of the earth strive with each other, they prevail and are prevailed against, deceive and ar deceived; but those who know God will trust in him, and he will enabl them to stand their ground, bear their cross, and maintain their conflict.

    Dan. 11:31-45 The remainder of this prophecy is very difficult, an commentators differ much respecting it. From Antiochus the accoun seems to pass to antichrist. Reference seems to be made to the Roma empire, the fourth monarchy, in its pagan, early Christian, and papa states. The end of the Lord's anger against his people approaches, a well as the end of his patience towards his enemies. If we would escap the ruin of the infidel, the idolater, the superstitious and crue persecutor, as well as that of the profane, let us make the oracles of God our standard of truth and of duty, the foundation of our hope, an the light of our paths through this dark world, to the glorious inheritance above __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ויטע 5193 אהלי 168 אפדנו 643 בין 996 ימים 3220 להר 2022 צבי 6643 קדשׁ 6944 ובא 935 עד 5704 קצו 7093 ואין 369 עוזר׃ 5826


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