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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Lamentations 2:19


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    King James Bible - Lamentations 2:19

    Arise, cry out in the night: in the beginning of the watches pour out thine heart like water before the face of the Lord: lift up thy hands toward him for the life of thy young children, that faint for hunger in the top of every street.

    World English Bible

    Arise, cry out in the
    night, at the beginning of the watches; Pour out your heart like water before the face of the Lord: Lift up your hands toward him for the life of your young children, that faint for hunger at the head of every street.

    Douay-Rheims - Lamentations 2:19

    Coph. Arise, give praise in the
    night, in the beginning of the watches: pour out thy heart like water before the face of the Lord: lift up thy hands to him for the life of thy little children, that have fainted for hunger at the top of all the streets.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Arise, cry out in the
    night: in the beginning of the watches pour out thy heart like water before the face of the Lord: lift up thy hands towards him for the life of thy young children, that faint for hunger at the head of every street.

    Original Hebrew

    קומי
    6965 רני 7442 בליל 3915 לראשׁ 7218 אשׁמרות 821 שׁפכי 8210 כמים 4325 לבך 3820 נכח 5227 פני 6440 אדני 136 שׂאי 5375 אליו 413 כפיך 3709 על 5921 נפשׁ 5315 עולליך 5768 העטופים 5848 ברעב 7458 בראשׁ 7218 כל 3605 חוצות׃ 2351

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    VERSE (19) -
    Ex 32:11 De 9:26 Isa 63:16-19; 64:8-12 Jer 14:20-21

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:19

    Cof : Levántate, da voces en la noche, en el principio de las velas; derrama como agua tu corazón ante la presencia del Señor; alza tus manos a él por la vida de tus pequeñitos, que desfallecen de hambre en las entradas de todas las calles.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Lamentations 2:19

    Verse 19. Arise,
    cry out in the night] This seems to refer to Jerusalem besieged. Ye who keep the night watches, pour out your hearts before the Lord, instead of calling the time of night, &c.; or, when you call it, send up a fervent prayer to God for the safety and relief of the place.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 19. Arise,
    cry out in the night , etc.] That is, O daughter of Zion, or congregation of Israel, as the Targum; who are addressed and called upon by the prophet to arise from their beds, and shake off their sleep, and sloth, and stupidity, and cry to God in the night season; and be earnest and importunate with him for help and assistance. Aben Ezra rightly observes, that the word used signifies a lifting up of the voice both in singing and in lamentation; here it is used in the latter sense; and denotes great vehemency and earnestness in crying unto God, arising from deep distress and sorrow, which prevents sleep: in the beginning of the watches ; either at the first of them; so Broughton renders it, “at the first watch”; which began at the time of going to bed: or at the beginning of each of them; for with the ancient Jews there were three of them; in later times four: or in the beginning of the morning watch, as the Targum; very early in the morning, before sun rising; as they are called upon to pray late at night, so betimes in the mottling: pour out thine heart like water before the face of the Lord ; use the utmost freedom with him; tell him, in the fullest manner, thy whole case, fit thy complaints; unbosom thyself to him; keep nothing from him; speak out freely all lily soul needs; do all this publicly, and in the most affectionate way and manner, thy soul melted in floods of tears, under a sense of sin, and pressing evils for it. The Targum is, “pour out as water the perverseness of thine heart, and return by repentance, and pray in the house of the congregation (or synagogue) before the face of the Lord:” lift up thine hands towards him ; in prayer, as the Targum adds; for this is a prayer gesture, as in ( Lamentations 3:41 1 Timothy 2:8); for the life of thy young children that faint for hunger in the top of every street ; pray for them, that they might have food and sustenance, to preserve them alive; who, for want of it, were ready to swoon and die the public streets; in the top of them, where they met, and where was the greatest concourse of people, and yet none able to relieve them.
    Matthew Henry Commentary
    Lamentation for the misery of
    Jerusalem.

    Lam. 2:1-9 A sad representation is here made of the state of God' church, of Jacob and Israel; but the notice seems mostly to refer to the hand of the Lord in their calamities. Yet God is not an enemy to his people, when he is angry with them and corrects them. And gates an bars stand in no stead when God withdraws his protection. It is jus with God to cast down those by judgments, who debase themselves by sin and to deprive those of the benefit and comfort of sabbaths an ordinances, who have not duly valued nor observed them. What shoul they do with Bibles, who make no improvement of them? Those who misus God's prophets, justly lose them. It becomes necessary, though painful to turn the thoughts of the afflicted to the hand of God lifted u against them, and to their sins as the source of their miseries.

    Lam. 2:10-22 Causes for lamentation are described. Multitudes perishe by famine. Even little children were slain by their mother's hands, an eaten, according to the threatening, Deut. 28:53. Multitudes fell by the sword. Their false prophets deceived them. And their neighbour laughed at them. It is a great sin to jest at others' miseries, an adds much affliction to the afflicted. Their enemies triumphed ove them. The enemies of the church are apt to take its shocks for it ruins; but they will find themselves deceived. Calls to lamentation ar given; and comforts for the cure of these lamentations are sought Prayer is a salve for every sore, even the sorest; a remedy for ever malady, even the most grievous. Our business in prayer is to refer ou case to the Lord, and leave it with him. His will be done. Let us fea God, and walk humbly before him, and take heed lest we fall __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    קומי 6965 רני 7442 בליל 3915 לראשׁ 7218 אשׁמרות 821 שׁפכי 8210 כמים 4325 לבך 3820 נכח 5227 פני 6440 אדני 136 שׂאי 5375 אליו 413 כפיך 3709 על 5921 נפשׁ 5315 עולליך 5768 העטופים 5848 ברעב 7458 בראשׁ 7218 כל 3605 חוצות׃ 2351


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