Then shall there enter into the gates of this city
In a very public and splendid manner: kings and princes, sitting upon the throne of David;
that is, kings, with the princes of the blood, or with their nobles, who shall be of the house and line of David; and in a continual succession shall sit upon his throne, and possess the kingdom of the house of Judah, and rule over them in great glory, peace, and prosperity: riding in chariots and on horses, they and their princes, the men of
Judah, and the inhabitants of Jerusalem;
some riding in chariots, and some on horses; the king, with some of the princes of the blood, in one chariot; his nobles in others, or on horseback; with great numbers of the citizens of Jerusalem, and people from all parts, flocking to see them, and join in the procession, and so make it more grand and august: and this city shall remain for ever;
or, "be inhabited for ever" F8; a long time, and not be destroyed, as has been threatened, or its inhabitants carried captive.
F8 (Mlwel hbvyw) "et inhabitabitur in seculum", Piscator, Cocceius, Schmidt.