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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Ezekiel 17:15


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    King James Bible - Ezekiel 17:15

    But he rebelled against him in sending his ambassadors into Egypt, that they might give him horses and much people. Shall he prosper? shall he escape that doeth such things? or shall he break the covenant, and be delivered?

    World English Bible

    But he rebelled against him in
    sending his ambassadors into Egypt, that they might give him horses and many people. Shall he prosper? shall he escape who does such things? shall he break the covenant, and yet escape?

    Douay-Rheims - Ezekiel 17:15

    But he hath revolted from him and sent ambassadors to Egypt, that it might give him horses, and much people. And shall he that hath done thus prosper, or be saved? and shall he escape that hath broken the covenant?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    But he rebelled against him in
    sending his embassadors into Egypt, that they might give him horses and many people. Shall he prosper? shall he escape that doeth such things? or shall he break the covenant, and be delivered?

    Original Hebrew

    וימרד
    4775 בו  לשׁלח 7971  מלאכיו 4397 מצרים 4714 לתת 5414 לו  סוסים 5483  ועם 5971 רב 7227 היצלח 6743 הימלט 4422 העשׂה 6213 אלה 428 והפר 6565 ברית 1285 ונמלט׃ 4422

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    VERSE (15) -
    :7 2Ki 24:20 2Ch 36:13 Jer 52:3

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 17:15

    Pero se rebeló contra él enviando sus embajadores a Egipto, para que le diese caballos y mucha gente. ¿Será prosperado, escapará, el que estas cosas hizo? ¿Y el que rompió la alianza, podrá huir?

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezekiel 17:15

    Verse 15.
    Sending his ambassadors into Egypt] Zedekiah must have sent his ambassadors into Egypt, between the sixth month of his sixth year, and the fifth month of his seventh year. Compare chap. viii. 1, with chap. xx. 1. - See Newcome.
    Matthew Henry Commentary
    A
    parable relative to the Jewish nation. (Ezek. 17:1-10) to which a explanation is added. (Ezek. 17:11-21) A direct promise of the Messiah (Ezek. 17:22-24)

    Ezek. 17:1-10 Mighty conquerors are aptly likened to birds or beasts of prey, but their destructive passions are overruled to forward God' designs. Those who depart from God, only vary their crimes by changin one carnal confidence for another, and never will prosper.

    Ezek. 17:11-21 The parable is explained, and the particulars of the history of the Jewish nation at that time may be traced. Zedekiah ha been ungrateful to his benefactor, which is a sin against God. In ever solemn oath, God is appealed to as a witness of the sincerity of his that swears. Truth is a debt owing to all men. If the professors of the true religion deal treacherously with those of a false religion, their profession makes their sin the worse; and God will the more surely an severely punish it. The Lord will not hold those guiltless who take his name in vain; and no man shall escape the righteous judgment of God wh dies under unrepented guilt.

    Ezek. 17:22-24 The unbelief of man shall not make the promise of God of none effect. The parable of a tree, used in the threatening, is her presented in the promise. It appears only applicable to Jesus, the So of David, the Messiah of God. The kingdom of Satan, which has borne s long, so large a sway, shall be broken, and the kingdom of Christ which was looked upon with contempt, shall be established. Blessed be God, our Redeemer is seen even by the ends of the earth. We may fin refuge from the wrath to come, and from every enemy and danger, unde his shadow; and believers are fruitful in him __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    וימרד 4775 בו  לשׁלח 7971  מלאכיו 4397 מצרים 4714 לתת 5414 לו  סוסים 5483  ועם 5971 רב 7227 היצלח 6743 הימלט 4422 העשׂה 6213 אלה 428 והפר 6565 ברית 1285 ונמלט׃ 4422


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