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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Nahum 1:9


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    King James Bible - Nahum 1:9

    What do ye imagine against the LORD? he will make an utter end: affliction shall not rise up the second time.

    World English Bible

    What do you plot against Yahweh? He will make a
    full end. Affliction won't rise up the second time.

    Douay-Rheims - Nahum 1:9

    What do ye devise against the Lord? he will make an utter end: there shall not rise a
    double affliction.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    What do ye imagine against the LORD? he will make an utter end: affliction shall not rise up the second
    time.

    Original Hebrew

    מה
    4100 תחשׁבון 2803 אל 413 יהוה 3068 כלה 3617 הוא 1931 עשׂה 6213 לא 3808 תקום 6965 פעמים 6471 צרה׃ 6869

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    VERSE (9) -
    :11 Ps 2:1-4; 21:11; 33:10 Pr 21:30 Isa 8:9,10 Eze 38:10,11

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:9

    ¶ ¿Qué pensáis contra el SEÑOR? El hace consumación; no se levantará dos veces la tribulación.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Nahum 1:9

    Verse 9.
    Affliction shall not rise up the second time.] There shall be no need to repeat the judgment; with one blow God will make a full end of the business.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 9. What do ye
    imagine against the Lord ? etc.] O ye Ninevites or Assyrians; do you think you can frustrate the designs of the Lord, resist his power, and hinder him from executing what he has threatened and has determined to do? or what mischief is it you devise against his people, which is the same as against himself? can you believe that you shall prosper and succeed, and your schemes be carried into execution, when he, the all wise and all powerful Being, opposes you? he will make an utter end ; of you, as before declared, and will save his people; which may be depended on will certainly be the case: affliction shall not rise up the second time ; either this should be the last effort the Assyrians would make upon the Jews, which they made under Sennacherib, and this the last time they would afflict them; or rather their own destruction should be so complete that there would be no need to repeat the stroke, or give another blow; the business would be done at once. This seems to contradict a notion of some historians and chronologers, who suppose that Nineveh was destroyed at two different times, and by different persons of the same nations; and so the whole Assyrian empire was twice ruined, which is not likely in itself, and seems contrary to this passage; for though some ascribe it to Arbaces the Mede, and Belesis the Babylonian as Diodorus Siculus f29 ; and others to Cyaxares the Mede as Herodotus f30 , and to Nebuchadnezzar the first, or Nabopolassar the Babylonian in a later period; so Tobit says it was taken by Nebuchadnezzar and Ahasuerus, the same with the Cyaxares of Herodotus; yet all seem to agree that it was taken by the conjunct forces of the Medes and Babylonians; and there are some things similar in all these accounts, which show that there was but one destruction of Nineveh, and of the Assyrian empire.

    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 __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    מה 4100 תחשׁבון 2803 אל 413 יהוה 3068 כלה 3617 הוא 1931 עשׂה 6213 לא 3808 תקום 6965 פעמים 6471 צרה׃ 6869


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