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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Isaiah 26:19


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    King James Bible - Isaiah 26:19

    Thy dead men shall live, together with my dead body shall they arise. Awake and sing, ye that dwell in dust: for thy dew is as the dew of herbs, and the earth shall cast out the dead.

    World English Bible

    Your dead shall live. My dead bodies shall arise. Awake and sing, you who dwell in the
    dust; for your dew is like the dew of herbs, and the earth will cast forth the dead.

    Douay-Rheims - Isaiah 26:19

    Thy dead
    men shall live, my slain shall rise again: awake, and give praise, ye that dwell in the dust: for thy dew is the dew of the light: and the land of the giants thou shalt pull down into ruin.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Thy dead
    men shall live, together with my dead body shall they arise. Awake and sing, ye that dwell in dust: for thy dew is as the dew of herbs, and the earth shall cast out the dead.

    Original Hebrew

    יחיו
    2421 מתיך 4191 נבלתי 5038 יקומון 6965 הקיצו 6974 ורננו 7442 שׁכני 7931 עפר 6083 כי 3588 טל 2919 אורת 219 טלך 2919 וארץ 776 רפאים 7496 תפיל׃ 5307

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    VERSE (19) -
    Isa 25:8 Eze 37:1-14 Ho 6:2; 13:14 Joh 5:28,29 Ac 24:15

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 26:19

    Tus muertos vivirán, y junto con mi cuerpo resucitarán. ¡Despertad y cantad, moradores del polvo! Porque tu rocío, es cual cubierta de luz; y la tierra echará los muertos.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Isaiah 26:19

    Verse 19. My dead
    body "My deceased"] All the ancient Versions render it in the plural; they read ytwlbn niblothai, my dead bodies. The Syriac and Chaldee read µhytwlbn niblotheyhem, their dead bodies. No MS. yet found confirms this reading.

    The dew of herbs "The dew of the dawn"] Lucis, according to the Vulgate; so also the Syriac and Chaldee.

    The deliverance of the people of God from a state of the lowest depression is explained by images plainly taken from the resurrection of the dead. In the same manner the Prophet Ezekiel represents the restoration of the Jewish nation from a state of utter dissolution by the restoring of the dry bones to life, exhibited to him in a vision, chap. 37., which is directly thus applied and explained, ver. 11-13. And this deliverance is expressed with a manifest opposition to what is here said above, ver. 14, of the great lords and tyrants, under whom they had groaned:- "They are dead, they shall not live; They are deceased tyrants, they shall not rise:" that they should be destroyed utterly, and should never be restored to their former power and glory. It appears from hence, that the doctrine of the resurrection of the dead was at that time a popular and common doctrine; for an image which is assumed in order to express or represent any thing in the way of allegory or metaphor, whether poetical or prophetical, must be an image commonly known and understood; otherwise it will not answer the purpose for which it is assumed. - L.

    Kimchi refers these words to the days of the Messiah, and says, "Then many of the saints shall rise from the dead. " And quotes Dan. xii. 2. Do not these words speak of the resurrection of our blessed Lord; and of that resurrection of the bodies of men, which shall be the consequence of his body being raised from the dead? Thy dead men shall live, - with my dead body shall they arise.] This seems very express.


    Matthew Henry Commentary
    The
    Divine mercies encourage to confidence in God. (Is. 26:1-4) Hi judgments. (Is. 26:5-11) His people exhorted to wait upon Him. (Is 26:12-19) Deliverance promised. (Is. 26:20,21)

    Is. 26:1-4 "That day," seems to mean when the New Testament Babylo shall be levelled with the ground. The unchangeable promise an covenant of the Lord are the walls of the church of God. The gates of this city shall be open. Let sinners then be encouraged to join to the Lord. Thou wilt keep him in peace; in perfect peace, inward peace outward peace, peace with God, peace of conscience, peace at all times in all events. Trust in the Lord for that peace, that portion, whic will be for ever. Whatever we trust to the world for, it will last onl for a moment; but those who trust in God shall not only find in him but shall receive from him, strength that will carry them to tha blessedness which is for ever. Let us then acknowledge him in all ou ways, and rely on him in all trials.

    Is. 26:5-11 The way of the just is evenness, a steady course of obedience and holy conversation. And it is their happiness that God makes their way plain and easy. It is our duty, and will be ou comfort, to wait for God, to keep up holy desires toward him in the darkest and most discouraging times. Our troubles must never turn u from God; and in the darkest, longest night of affliction, with ou souls must we desire him; and this we must wait and pray to him for. We make nothing of our religion, whatever our profession may be, if we d not make heart-work of it. Though we come ever so early, we shall fin God ready to receive us. The intention of afflictions is to teac righteousness: blessed is the man whom the Lord thus teaches. But sinners walk contrary to him. They will go on in their evil ways because they will not consider what a God he is whose laws they persis in despising. Scorners and the secure will shortly feel, what now the will not believe, that it is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. They will not see the evil of sin; but they shall see Oh that they would abandon their sins, and turn to the Lord, that he may have mercy upon them.

    Is. 26:12-19 Every creature, every business, any way serviceable to ou comfort, God makes to be so; he makes that work for us which seemed to make against us. They had been slaves of sin and Satan; but by the Divine grace they were taught to look to be set free from all forme masters. The cause opposed to God and his kingdom will sink at last See our need of afflictions. Before, prayer came drop by drop; now the pour it out, it comes now like water from a fountain. Afflictions brin us to secret prayer. Consider Christ as the Speaker addressing his church. His resurrection from the dead was an earnest of all the deliverance foretold. The power of his grace, like the dew or rain which causes the herbs that seem dead to revive, would raise his churc from the lowest state. But we may refer to the resurrection of the dead, especially of those united to Christ.

    Is. 26:20,21 When dangers threaten, it is good to retire and lie hid when we commend ourselves to God to hide us, he will hide us eithe under heaven or in heaven. Thus we shall be safe and happy in the mids of tribulations. It is but for a short time, as it were for a littl moment; when over, it will seem as nothing. God's place is the mercy-seat; there he delights to be: when he punishes, he comes out of his place, for he has no pleasure in the death of sinners. But there is hardly any truth more frequently repeated in Scripture, than God' determined purpose to punish the workers of iniquity. Let us keep clos to the Lord, and separate from the world; and let us seek comfort i secret prayer. A day of vengeance is coming on the world, and before i comes we are to expect tribulation and suffering. But because the Christian looks for these things, shall he be restless and dismayed No, let him repose himself in his God. Abiding in him, the believer i safe. And let us wait patiently the fulfilling of God's promises __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    יחיו 2421 מתיך 4191 נבלתי 5038 יקומון 6965 הקיצו 6974 ורננו 7442 שׁכני 7931 עפר 6083 כי 3588 טל 2919 אורת 219 טלך 2919 וארץ 776 רפאים 7496 תפיל׃ 5307


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