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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Nahum 2:9


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    King James Bible - Nahum 2:9

    Take ye the spoil of silver, take the spoil of gold: for there is none end of the store and glory out of all the pleasant furniture.

    World English Bible

    Take the spoil of
    silver. Take the spoil of gold, for there is no end of the store, the glory of all goodly furniture.

    Douay-Rheims - Nahum 2:9

    Take ye the spoil of the
    silver, take the spoil of the gold: for there is no end of the riches of all the precious furniture.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Take ye the spoil of
    silver, take the spoil of gold: for there is no end of the store and glory out of all the pleasant furniture.

    Original Hebrew

    בזו
    962 כסף 3701 בזו 962 זהב 2091 ואין 369 קצה 7097 לתכונה 8498 כבד 3519 מכל 3605 כלי 3627 חמדה׃ 2532

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    VERSE (9) -
    Isa 33:1,4 Jer 51:56

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:9

    Saquead plata, saquead oro; no hay fin de las riquezas; honra, más que todo ajuar de codicia.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Nahum 2:9

    Verse 9. Take ye the
    spoil] Though the king burnt his treasures, vestments, &c., he could not totally destroy the silver and the gold. Nor did he burn the riches of the ctty; these fell a prey to the conquerors; and there was no end of the store of glorious garments, and the most costly vessels and furniture.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 9. Take ye the
    spoil of silver, take the spoil of gold , etc.] Of which there was a great quantity in this rich and populous city: these are the words of the prophet, or of the Lord by the prophet, to the Medes and Chaldeans, to seize the spoil of the city, now fallen into their hands; suggesting that this was by the order and will of God, though they saw it not: or of the generals of the army of the Medes and Babylonians, giving leave to the common soldiers to take part of the plunder, there being enough for them all, officers and private men: for [there is] none end of the store [and] glory out of all the pleasant furniture : no end of the wealth which had been hoarded up, and of their household goods and rich apparel, which their coffers, houses, and wardrobes, were full of, the value of which could not be told. The king of Assyria, perceiving that he, his family, and his wealth, were like to fall into the hands of the enemy, caused a pile of wood to be raised, and in it heaped his gold, silver, and royal apparel, and, enclosing himself, his eunuchs, and concubines in it, set fire to it, and destroyed himself and them. It is said there were no less in this pile than a thousand myriads of talents of gold, which are about fourteen hundred millions sterling, and ten times as many talents of silver, together with apparel and furniture unspeakable; and yet, after all this, the princes of the Babylonians and Medes carried off vast quantities. The Babylonian prince loaded several ships with the ashes of the pile, and a large quantity of gold and silver, discovered to him by an eunuch, a deserter; and the Median prince, what of the gold and silver left out of the pile, which were many talents, that fell into his hands, he sent to Ecbatana, the royal city of Media f62 .

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-10 -
    Nineveh shall not put aside this judgment; there is no counsel of strength against the Lord. God looks upon proud cities, and brings the down. Particular account is given of the terrors wherein the invadin enemy shall appear against Nineveh. The empire of Assyria is represented as a queen, about to be led captive to Babylon. Guilt in the conscience fills men with terror in an evil day; and what wil treasures or glory do for us in times of distress, or in the day of wrath? Yet for such things how many lose their souls!


    Original Hebrew

    בזו 962 כסף 3701 בזו 962 זהב 2091 ואין 369 קצה 7097 לתכונה 8498 כבד 3519 מכל 3605 כלי 3627 חמדה׃ 2532


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