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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Micah 1:3


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    King James Bible - Micah 1:3

    For, behold, the LORD cometh forth out of his place, and will come down, and tread upon the high places of the earth.

    World English Bible

    For, behold, Yahweh comes forth out of his
    place, and will come down and tread on the high places of the earth.

    Douay-Rheims - Micah 1:3

    For behold the Lord will come forth out of his
    place: and he will come down, and will tread upon the high places of the earth.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    For behold, the LORD cometh forth from his
    place, and will come down, and tread upon the high places of the earth.

    Original Hebrew

    כי
    3588 הנה 2009 יהוה 3068 יצא 3318 ממקומו 4725 וירד 3381 ודרך 1869 על 5921 במותי 1116 ארץ׃ 776

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    VERSE (3) -
    Isa 26:21; 64:1,2 Eze 3:12 Ho 5:14,15

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:3

    Porque he aquí, el SEÑOR sale de su lugar, y descenderá, y hollará sobre las alturas de la tierra.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Micah 1:3

    Verse 3. For, behold, the
    Lord cometh forth] See this clause, Amos iv. 13. He represents Jehovah as a mighty conqueror, issuing from his pavilion, stepping from mountain to mountain, which rush down and fill the valleys before him; a consuming fire accompanying him, that melts and confounds every hill and dale, and blends all in universal confusion. God is here represented as doing that himself which other conquerors do by the multitude of their hosts; levelling the mountains, filling some of the valleys, and digging for waters in others, and pouring them from hills and dales for the use of the conquering armies, by pipes and aqueducts.

    And why is all this mighty movement? ver. 5. "For the transgression of Jacob is all this, and for the sins of the house of Israel.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 3. For, behold, the Lord cometh out of his place , etc.] Out of heaven, the place of the house of his Shechinah or Majesty, as the Targum; where his throne is prepared; where he keeps his court, and displays his glory; from whence he removes, not by local motion, since he is everywhere; but by some manifest exertion of his power, either on the behalf of his people, or in taking vengeance on his and their enemies; or on them sinning against him, in which sense it is probably to be understood. It signifies not change of place, but of his dispensations; going out of his former customary method into another; removing, as Jarchi has it, from the throne of mercies to the throne of judgment; doing not acts of mercy, in which he delights, but exercising judgment, his strange work. So the Cabalistic writers f16 observe on the passage, that “it cannot be understood of place properly taken, according to ( Isaiah 40:12 1 Kings 8:27); for God is the place of the world, not the world his place; hence our wise men so expound the text, he cometh forth out of the measure of mercy, and goes into the measure of justice;” or property of it. Some understand this of his leaving the temple at Jerusalem, and giving it up into the hands of the Chaldeans; but the former sense is best: and will come down, and tread upon the high places of the earth ; which are his footstool; Samaria and Jerusalem, built on mountains, and all other high towers and fortified places, together with men of high looks and haughty countenances, who exalt themselves like mountains, and swell with pride: these the Lord can easily subdue and humble, bring low and tread down like the mire of the street; perhaps there may be an allusion to the high places where idols were worshipped; and which were the cause of the Lord’s wrath and vengeance, and of his coming forth, in this unusual way, in his providences.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-7 - The
    earth is called upon, with all that are therein, to hear the prophet. God's holy temple will not protect false professors. Neithe men of high degree, as the mountains, nor men of low degree, as the valleys, can secure themselves or the land from the judgments of God If sin be found in God's people he will not spare them; and their sin are most provoking to him, for they are most reproaching. When we fee the smart of sin, it behoves us to seek what is the sin we smart for Persons and places most exalted, are most exposed to spiritual diseases. The vices of leaders and rulers shall be surely and sorel punished. The punishment answers the sin. What they gave to idols never shall prosper, nor do them any good. What is got by one lust, i wasted on another.


    Original Hebrew

    כי 3588 הנה 2009 יהוה 3068 יצא 3318 ממקומו 4725 וירד 3381 ודרך 1869 על 5921 במותי 1116 ארץ׃ 776


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