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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Isaiah 3:6


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    King James Bible - Isaiah 3:6

    When a man shall take hold of his brother of the house of his father, saying, Thou hast clothing, be thou our ruler, and let this ruin be under thy hand:

    World English Bible

    Indeed a man shall take hold of his brother in the house of his father, saying, "You have
    clothing, you be our ruler, and let this ruin be under your hand."

    Douay-Rheims - Isaiah 3:6

    For a man shall take hold or his brother, one of the house of his father, saying: Thou hast a
    garment, be thou our ruler, and let this ruin be under thy hand.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    When a man shall take hold of his brother of the house of his father, saying, Thou hast
    clothing, be thou our ruler, and let this ruin be under thy hand:

    Original Hebrew

    כי
    3588 יתפשׂ 8610 אישׁ 376 באחיו 251 בית 1004 אביו 1 שׂמלה 8071 לכה 1980 קצין 7101 תהיה 1961 לנו והמכשׁלה 4384 הזאת 2063 תחת 8478 ידך׃ 3027

    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (6) -
    Isa 4:1 Jud 11:6-8 Joh 6:15

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:6

    Cuando alguno tomare de la mano a su hermano, de la familia de su padre, y le dijere: ¿Que vestido tienes? T sers nuestro príncipe, y sea en tu mano esta ruina;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Isaiah 3:6

    Verse 6. Of the
    house of his father "Of his father's house"] For tyb beith, the house, the ancient interpreters seem to have read tybm mibbeith, from the house; tou oikeiou tou patrov autou, Septuagint; domesticum patris sui, Vulgate; which gives no good sense. But the Septuagint MS. i. D. ii. for oikeiou has oikou. And, his brother, of his father's house, is little better than a tautology. The case seems to require that the man should apply to a person of some sort of rank and eminence; one that was the head of his father's house, (see Josh. xii. 14,) whether of the house of him who applies to him, or of any other; wyba tyb ar rosh beith abaiu, the chief, or head of his father's house. I cannot help suspecting, therefore, that the word ar rosh, head, chief, has been lost out of the text.

    Saying] Before hlm simlah, garment, two MSS., one ancient, and the Babylonish Talmud have the word rmal lemor, saying; and so the Steptuagint, Vulgate, Syriac, and Chaldee. I place it with Houbigant, after hlm simlah.

    Thou hast clothing "Take by the garment"] That is, shall entreat him in an humble and supplicating manner. "Ten men shall take hold of the skirt of him that is a Jew, saying, Let us go with you; for we have heard that God is with you," Zech. viii. 23. And so in chap. iv. 1, the same gesture is used to express earnest and humble entreaty. The behaviour of Saul towards Samuel was of the same kind, when he laid hold on the skirt of his raiment, 1 Samuel xv. 27. The preceding and following verses show, that his whole deportment, in regard to the prophet, was full of submission and humility.

    And let this ruin be under thy hand "And let thy hand support"] Before dy tjt tachath yadecha, a MS. adds hyht tihyeh, "let it be; " another MS. adds in the same place, dyb jqt takach beyadecha, which latter seems to be a various reading of the two preceding words, making a very good sense: "Take into thy hand our ruinous state." Twenty-one MSS. of Kennicott's, thirteen of De Rossi's, one of my own, ancient, and three editions of the Babylonish Talmud have ydy yadeycha, plural, "thy hands."


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    The calamities about to come upon the land. (Is. 3:1-9) The wickednes of the people. (Is. 3:10-15) The distress of the proud, luxurious wome of Zion. (Is. 3:16-26)

    Is. 3:1-9 God was about to deprive Judah of every stay and support. The city and the land were to be made desolate, because their words an works had been rebellious against the Lord; even at his holy temple. I men do not stay themselves upon God, he will soon remove all othe supports, and then they must sink. Christ is the Bread of life and the Water of life; if he be our Stay, we shall find that is a good part no to be taken away, John 6:27. Here note, 1. That the condition of sinners is exceedingly woful. 2. It is the soul that is damaged by sin 3. Whatever evil befals sinners, be sure that they bring it of themselves.

    Is. 3:10-15 The rule was certain; however there might be nationa prosperity or trouble, it would be well with the righteous and ill with the wicked. Blessed be God, there is abundant encouragement to the righteous to trust in him, and for sinners to repent and return to him It was time for the Lord to show his might. He will call men to strict account for all the wealth and power intrusted to and abused by them. If it is sinful to disregard the necessities of the poor, ho odious and wicked a part do they act, who bring men into poverty, an then oppress them!

    Is. 3:16-26 The prophet reproves and warns the daughters of Zion of the sufferings coming upon them. Let them know that God notices the foll and vanity of proud women, even of their dress. The punishment threatened answered the sin. Loathsome diseases often are the jus punishment of pride. It is not material to ask what sort of ornament they wore; many of these things, if they had not been in fashion, woul have been ridiculed then as now. Their fashions differed much from those of our times, but human nature is the same. Wasting time an money, to the neglect of piety, charity, and even of justice, displeas the Lord. Many professors at the present day, seem to think there is n harm in worldly finery; but were it not a great evil, would the Holy Spirit have taught the prophet to expose it so fully? The Jews being overcome, Jerusalem would be levelled with the ground; which i represented under the idea of a desolate female seated upon the earth And when the Romans had destroyed Jerusalem, they struck a medal, of which was represented a woman sitting on the ground in a posture of grief. If sin be harboured within the walls, lamentation and mournin are near the gates __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    כי 3588 יתפשׂ 8610 אישׁ 376 באחיו 251 בית 1004 אביו 1 שׂמלה 8071 לכה 1980 קצין 7101 תהיה 1961 לנו והמכשׁלה 4384 הזאת 2063 תחת 8478 ידך׃ 3027


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