SEV Biblia, Chapter 19:3 E hizo subir uno de sus cachorros; vino a ser leoncillo, y aprendió a prender presa, y a devorar hombres.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezekiel 19:3 Verse 3. She brought up one of her whelps] Jehoahaz, son of Josiah, whose father was conquered and slain by Pharaoh- necho, king of Egypt.
It learned to catch the prey] His reign was a reign of oppression and cruelty. He made his subjects his prey, and devoured their substance.
Matthew Henry Commentary
A parable lamenting the ruin of Jehoahaz and Jehoiakim. (Ezek. 19:1-9 Another describing the desolation of the people. (Ezek. 19:10-14)
Ezek. 19:1-9 Ezekiel is to compare the kingdom of Judah to a lioness He must compare the kings of Judah to a lion's whelps; they were crue and oppressive to their own subjects. The righteousness of God is to be acknowledged, when those who have terrified and enslaved others, ar themselves terrified and enslaved. When professors of religion for connexions with ungodly persons, their children usually grow u following after the maxims and fashions of a wicked world. Advancemen to authority discovers the ambition and selfishness of men's hearts and those who spend their lives in mischief, generally end them by violence.
Ezek. 19:10-14 Jerusalem was a vine, flourishing and fruitful. Thi vine is now destroyed, though not plucked up by the roots. She has by wickedness made herself like tinder to the sparks of God's wrath, s that her own branches serve as fuel to burn her. Blessed be God, on Branch of the vine here alluded to, is not only become a strong rod for the sceptre of those that rule, but is Himself the true and livin Vine. This shall be for a rejoicing to all the chosen people of God throughout all generations __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ותעל 5927 אחד 259 מגריה 1482 כפיר 3715 היה 1961 וילמד 3925 לטרף 2963 טרף 2964 אדם 120 אכל׃ 398