Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Isaiah 46|
| 1 ||The idols of Babylon could not save themselves. |
| 3 ||God saves his people to the end. |
| 5 ||Idols are not comparable to God for power, |
|12 ||or present salvation. |
Isaiah 46:1 (King James Version)
Bel boweth down, Nebo stoopeth, their idols were upon the beasts, and upon the cattle: your carriages were heavy loaden; they are a burden to the weary beast.
- Bel, called Belus by the Greek and Roman writers, is the same as Baal; and Nebo is interpreted by Castell and Norberg of Mercury; the two principal idols of Babylon. When that city was taken by the Persians, these images were carried in triumph.
- 21:9 Isaiah 41:6 Isaiah 41:7 Exodus 12:12 ; 1 Samuel 5:3 ; Jeremiah 48:1-25 ; 50:2 Jeremiah 51:44 Jeremiah 51:47 Jeremiah 51:52
- a burden
- 2:20 Jeremiah 10:5