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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Ezekiel 32:2


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    King James Bible - Ezekiel 32:2

    Son of man, take up a lamentation for Pharaoh king of Egypt, and say unto him, Thou art like a young lion of the nations, and thou art as a whale in the seas: and thou camest forth with thy rivers, and troubledst the waters with thy feet, and fouledst their rivers.

    World English Bible

    Son of man, take up a lamentation
    over Pharaoh king of Egypt, and tell him, You were likened to a young lion of the nations: yet you are as a monster in the seas; and you did break forth with your rivers, and troubled the waters with your feet, and fouled their rivers.

    Douay-Rheims - Ezekiel 32:2

    Son of man, take up a lamentation for Pharao the king of Egypt, and say to him: Thou
    art like the lion of the nations, and the dragon that is in the sea: and thou didst push with the horn in thy rivers, and didst trouble the waters with thy feet, and didst trample upon their streams.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Son of man, take up a lamentation for Pharaoh king of Egypt, and say to him, Thou
    art like a young lion of the nations, and thou art as a whale in the seas: and thou didst come forth with thy rivers, and disturb the waters with thy feet, and render their rivers foul.

    Original Hebrew

    בן
    1121 אדם 120 שׂא 5375 קינה 7015 על 5921 פרעה 6547 מלך 4428 מצרים 4714 ואמרת 559 אליו 413 כפיר 3715 גוים 1471 נדמית 1819 ואתה 859 כתנים 8577 בימים 3220 ותגח 1518 בנהרותיך 5104 ותדלח 1804 מים 4325 ברגליך 7272 ותרפס 7515 נהרותם׃ 5104

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    VERSE (2) -
    :16,18; 19:1; 27:2,32; 28:12 Jer 9:18

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 32:2

    Hijo de hombre, levanta endechas sobre Faraón rey de Egipto, y dile: A leoncillo de naciones eres semejante, y eres como el dragón en los mares, que secabas tus ríos, y enturbiabas las aguas con tus pies, y hollabas sus riberas.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezekiel 32:2

    Verse 2. Thou
    art like a young lion-and thou art as a whale in the seas] Thou mayest be likened to two of the fiercest animals in the creation; to a lion, the fiercest on the land; to a crocodile, µynt tannin, (see chap. xxix. 3,) the fiercest in the waters. It may, however, point out the hippopotamus, as there seems to be a reference to his mode of feeding. He walks deliberately into the water over head, and pursues his way in the same manner; still keeping on his feet, and feeding on the plants, &c., that grow at the bottom. Thus he fouls the water with his feet.
    Matthew Henry Commentary
    The fall of Egypt. (Ezek. 32:1-16) It is like that of other
    nations (Ezek. 32:17-32)

    Ezek. 32:1-16 It becomes us to weep and tremble for those who will no weep and tremble for themselves. Great oppressors are, in God' account, no better than beasts of prey. Those who admire the pomp of this world, will wonder at the ruin of that pomp; which to those wh know the vanity of all things here below, is no surprise. When other are ruined by sin, we have to fear, knowing ourselves guilty. The instruments of the desolation are formidable. And the instances of the desolation are frightful. The waters of Egypt shall run like oil, whic signifies there should be universal sadness and heaviness upon the whole nation. God can soon empty those of this world's goods who have the greatest fulness of them. By enlarging the matters of our joy, we increase the occasions of our sorrow. How weak and helpless, as to God are the most powerful of mankind! The destruction of Egypt was a typ of the destruction of the enemies of Christ.

    Ezek. 32:17-32 Divers nations are mentioned as gone down to the grav before Egypt, who are ready to give her a scornful reception; thes nations had been lately ruined and wasted. But though Judah an Jerusalem were about this time ruined and laid waste, yet they are no mentioned here. Though they suffered the same affliction, and by the same hand, yet the kind design for which they were afflicted, and the mercy God reserved for them, altered its nature. It was not to them going down to the pit, as it was to the heathen. Pharaoh shall see, an be comforted; but the comfort wicked ones have after death, is poor comfort, not real, but only in fancy. The view this prophecy gives of ruined states shows something of this present world, and the empire of death in it. Come and see the calamitous state of human life. As if me did not die fast enough, they are ingenious at finding out ways to destroy one another. Also of the other world; though the destruction of nations as such, seems chiefly intended, here is plain allusion to the everlasting ruin of impenitent sinners. How are men deceived by Satan What are the objects they pursue through scenes of bloodshed, and their many sins? Surely man disquiets himself in vain, whether he pursue wealth, fame, power, or pleasure. The hour cometh, when all that are in their graves shall hear the voice of Christ, and shall come forth those that have done good to the resurrection of life, and those tha have done evil to the resurrection of damnation __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    בן 1121 אדם 120 שׂא 5375 קינה 7015 על 5921 פרעה 6547 מלך 4428 מצרים 4714 ואמרת 559 אליו 413 כפיר 3715 גוים 1471 נדמית 1819 ואתה 859 כתנים 8577 בימים 3220 ותגח 1518 בנהרותיך 5104 ותדלח 1804 מים 4325 ברגליך 7272 ותרפס 7515 נהרותם׃ 5104


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