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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Lamentations 2:22


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    King James Bible - Lamentations 2:22

    Thou hast called as in a solemn day my terrors round about, so that in the day of the LORD's anger none escaped nor remained: those that I have swaddled and brought up hath mine enemy consumed.

    World English Bible

    You have called, as in the
    day of a solemn assembly, my terrors on every side; There was none that escaped or remained in the day of Yahweh's anger: Those that I have dandled and brought up has my enemy consumed.

    Douay-Rheims - Lamentations 2:22

    Thau. Thou hast called as to a festival, those that should terrify me
    round about, and there was none in the day of the wrath of the Lord that escaped and was left: those that I brought up, and nourished, my enemy hath consumed them.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Thou hast called as in a solemn
    day my terrors around, so that in the day of the LORD'S anger none escaped nor remained: those that I have swaddled and brought up, hath my enemy consumed.

    Original Hebrew

    תקרא
    7121 כיום 3117 מועד 4150 מגורי 4032 מסביב 5439 ולא 3808 היה 1961 ביום 3117 אף 639 יהוה 3068 פליט 6412 ושׂריד 8300 אשׁר 834 טפחתי 2946 ורביתי 7235 איבי 341 כלם׃ 3615

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    VERSE (1) -
    La 1:12-14 Job 19:21 Ps 71:20; 88:7,15,16 Isa 53:3 Jer 15:17,18

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:22

    Tau : Llamaste, como a día de solemnidad, mis temores de todas partes; ni hubo en el día del furor del SEÑOR quien escapase ni quedase vivo; los que crié y mantuve, mi enemigo los acabó.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Lamentations 2:22

    Verse 22. Thou hast called as in a solemn
    day] It is by thy influence alone that so many enemies are called together at one time; and they have so hemmed us in that none could escape, and none remained unslain or uncaptivated, Perhaps the figure is the collecting of the people in Jerusalem on one of the solemn annual festivals. God has called terrors together to feast on Jerusalem, similar to the convocation of the people from all parts of the land to one of those annual festivals. The indiscriminate slaughter of young and old, priest and prophet, all ranks and conditions, may be illustrated by the following verses from Lucan, which appear as if a translation of the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty- first verses of this chapter:- Nobilitas cum plebe perit; lateque vagatur Ensis, et a nullo revocatum est pectore ferrum.

    Stat cruor in Templis; multaque rubentia caede Lubrica saxa madent. Nulli sua profuit aetas.

    Non senes extremum piguit vergentibus annis Praecipitasse diem; nec primo in limine vitae, Infanti miseri nascentia rumpere fata. Pharsal. lib. ii., 101.

    "With what a slide devouring slaughter passed, And swept promiscuous orders in her haste; O'er noble and plebeian ranged the sword, Nor pity nor remorse one pause afford! The sliding streets with blood were clotted o'er, And sacred temples stood in pools of gore.

    The ruthless steel, impatient of delay, Forbade the sire to linger out his day: It struck the bending father to the earth, And cropped the wailing infant at its birth." ROWE.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 22. Thou hast called, as in a solemn day, my terrors round about , etc.] Terrible enemies, as the Chaldeans; these came at the call of God, as soldiers at the command of their general; and in as great numbers as men from all parts of Judea flocked to Jerusalem on any of the three solemn feasts of passover, pentecost, and tabernacles. The Targum paraphrases it very foreign to the sense; “thou shall proclaim liberty to thy people, the house of Israel, by the Messiah, as thou didst by Moses and Aaron on the day of the passover:” so that in the day of the Lord’s anger none escaped or remained ; in the city of Jerusalem, and in the land of Judea; either they were put to death, or were carried captive; so that there was scarce an inhabitant to be found, especially after Gedaliah was slain, and the Jews left in the land were carried into Egypt: those that I have swaddled and brought up hath mine enemy consumed ; or “whom I could span”, as Broughton; or “handled”; whose limbs she had stroked with her hands, whom she had swathed with bands, and had carried in her arms, and had most carefully and tenderly brought up: by those she had “swaddled” are meant the little ones; and by those she had “brought up” the greater ones, as Aben Ezra observes; but both the enemy, the Chaldeans, consumed and destroyed without mercy, without regard to their tender years, or the manner in which they were brought up; but as if they were nourished like lambs for the day of slaughter.
    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

    תקרא 7121 כיום 3117 מועד 4150 מגורי 4032 מסביב 5439 ולא 3808 היה 1961 ביום 3117 אף 639 יהוה 3068 פליט 6412 ושׂריד 8300 אשׁר 834 טפחתי 2946 ורביתי 7235 איבי 341 כלם׃ 3615


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