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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Isaiah 10:28


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    King James Bible - Isaiah 10:28

    He is come to Aiath, he is passed to Migron; at Michmash he hath laid up his carriages:

    World English Bible

    He has come to Aiath. He has passed through Migron. At Michmash he stores his baggage.

    Douay-Rheims - Isaiah 10:28

    He shall come into Aiath, he shall pass into Magron: at Machmas he shall lay up his carriages.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    He is come to Aiath, he is passed to Migron; at Michmash he hath laid up his
    furniture.

    Original Hebrew

    בא
    935 על 5921 עית 5857 עבר 5674 במגרון 4051 למכמשׂ 4363 יפקיד 6485 כליו׃ 3627

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    VERSE (28) -
    Jos 7:2 Ne 11:31

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:28

    Vino hasta Ajat, pasó hasta Migrón; en Micmas contará su ejército.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Isaiah 10:28

    Verse 28. He is come to Aiath] A description of the march of Sennacherib's
    army approaching Jerusalem in order to invest it, and of the terror and confusion spreading and increasing through the several places as he advanced; expressed with great brevity, but finely diversified. The places here mentioned are all in the neighbourhood of Jerusalem; from Ai northward, to Nob westward of it; from which last place he might probably have a prospect of Mount Sion. Anathoth was within three Roman miles of Jerusalem, according to Eusebius, Jerome and Josephus. Onomast. Loc. Hebr. et Antiq. Jud. x. 7, 3. Nob was probably still nearer.

    And it should seem from this passage of Isaiah that Sennacherib's army was destroyed near the latter of these places. In coming out of Egypt he might perhaps join the rest of his army at Ashdod, after the taking of that place, which happened about that time, (see chap. xx.;) and march from thence near the coast by Lachish and Libnah, which lay in his way from south to north, and both which he invested till he came to the north-west of Jerusalem, crossing over to the north of it, perhaps by Joppa and Lydda; or still more north through the plain of Esdraelon.


    Matthew Henry Commentary
    Woes against
    proud oppressors. (Is. 10:1-4) The Assyrian but a instrument in the hand of God for the punishment of his people. (Is 10:5-19) The deliverance from him. (Is. 10:20-34)

    Is. 10:1-4 These verses are to be joined with the foregoing chapter Woe to the superior powers that devise and decree unrighteous decrees And woe to the inferior officers that draw them up, and enter them of record! But what will sinners do? Whither will they flee?

    Is. 10:5-19 See what a change sin made. The king of Assyria, in his pride, thought to act by his own will. The tyrants of the world ar tools of Providence. God designs to correct his people for their hypocrisy, and bring them nearer to him; but is that Sennacherib' design? No; he designs to gratify his own covetousness and ambition The Assyrian boasts what great things he has done to other nations, by his own policy and power. He knows not that it is God who makes his what he is, and puts the staff into his hand. He had done all this with ease; none moved the wing, or cried as birds do when their nests ar rifled. Because he conquered Samaria, he thinks Jerusalem would fall of course. It was lamentable that Jerusalem should have set up grave images, and we cannot wonder that she was excelled in them by the heathen. But is it not equally foolish for Christians to emulate the people of the world in vanities, instead of keeping to things which ar their special honour? For a tool to boast, or to strive against his that formed it, would not be more out of the way, than for Sennacheri to vaunt himself against Jehovah. When God brings his people int trouble, it is to bring sin to their remembrance, and humble them, an to awaken them to a sense of their duty; this must be the fruit, eve the taking away of sin. When these points are gained by the affliction it shall be removed in mercy. This attempt upon Zion and Jerusale should come to nothing. God will be as a fire to consume the workers of iniquity, both soul and body. The desolation should be as when standard-bearer fainteth, and those who follow are put to confusion Who is able to stand before this great and holy Lord God?

    Is. 10:20-34 By our afflictions we may learn not to make creatures ou confidence. Those only can with comfort stay upon God, who return to him in truth, not in pretence and profession only. God will justl bring this wasting away on a provoking people, but will graciously se bounds to it. It is against the mind and will of God, that his people whatever happens, should give way to fear. God's anger against his people is but for a moment; and when that is turned from us, we nee not fear the fury of man. The rod with which he corrected his people shall not only be laid aside, but thrown into the fire. To encourag God's people, the prophet puts them in mind of what God had formerl done against the enemies of his church. God's people shall be delivere from the Assyrians. Some think it looks to the deliverance of the Jew out of their captivity; and further yet, to the redemption of believer from the tyranny of sin and Satan. And this, "because of the anointing;" for his people Israel's sake, the believers among them tha had received the unction of Divine grace. And for the sake of the Messiah, the Anointed of God. Here is, Is. 10:28-34, a prophetica description of Sennacherib's march towards Jerusalem, when he threatened to destroy that city. Then the Lord, in whom Hezekia trusted, cut down his army like the hewing of a forest. Let us appl what is here written, to like matters in other ages of the church of Christ. Because of the anointing of our great Redeemer, the yoke of every antichrist must be broken from off his church: and if our soul partake of the unction of the Holy Spirit, complete and eterna deliverances will be secured to us __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    בא 935 על 5921 עית 5857 עבר 5674 במגרון 4051 למכמשׂ 4363 יפקיד 6485 כליו׃ 3627


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