SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:11 De ti salió el que pensó mal contra el SEÑOR, un consejero impío.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Nahum 1:11 Verse 11. Imagineth evil against the Lord] Such were Pul, 2 Kings xv. 10, Tiglath-pileser, 2 Kings xv. 29; Shalmaneser, 2 Kings xvii. 6; and Sennacherib, 2 Kings xviii. 17; xix. 23.
A wicked counsellor.] Sennacherib and Rabshakeh.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 11. There is [one] come out of thee , etc.] That is, out of Nineveh, as the Targum explains it; meaning Sennacherib, who had his royal seat and palace there; or Rabshakeh that was sent from hence by him with a railing and blaspheming letter to the king of Judah, and the inhabitants of Jerusalem. This is said to be at the present time of writing this prophecy, though it was after it, because of the certainty of it, as is usual in prophetic language; unless it can be thought that this prophecy was delivered out exactly at the time when Sennacherib had entered Judea, and was before the walls of Jerusalem; but not yet discomfited, as after predicted: that imagineth evil against the Lord ; against the people of the Lord, as the Targum; formed a scheme to invade the land of Judea, take the fenced cities thereof, and seize upon Jerusalem the metropolis of the nation, and carry the king, princes, and all the people captive as Shalmaneser his father had carried away the ten tribes: a wicked counsellor ; or “a counsellor of Belial” f34 ; who, by Rabshakeh, advised Israel not to regard their king, nor trust in their God but surrender themselves up to him, ( 2 Kings 18:29-31).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 9-15 - There is a great deal plotted against the Lord by the gates of hell and against his kingdom in the world; but it will prove in vain. With some sinners God makes quick despatch; and one way or other, he wil make an utter end of all his enemies. Though they are quiet, and man very secure, and not in fear, they shall be cut down as grass and corn when the destroying angel passes through. God would hereby work grea deliverance for his own people. But those who make themselves vile by scandalous sins, God will make vile by shameful punishments. The tidings of this great deliverance shall be welcomed with abundant joy These words are applied to the great redemption wrought out by our Lor Jesus and the everlasting gospel, Ro 10:15. Christ's ministers ar messengers of good tidings, that preach peace by Jesus Christ. Ho welcome to those who see their misery and danger by sin! And the promise they made in the day of trouble must be made good. Let us be thankful for God's ordinances, and gladly attend them. Let us loo forward with cheerful hope to a world where the wicked never can enter and sin and temptation will no more be known __________________________________________________________________
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