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Isaiah 1:5 DBY

5 Why should ye be smitten any more? ye will revolt more and more: a the whole head is sick, and the whole heart faint.

References for Isaiah 1:5

    • d 1:5 - Lit. 'add (or 'increase' revolt:' see ch. 31.6.

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      • a 1:2 - Often 'transgressed,' as ch. 66.24: but has the force of 'rebellion.' It is transgression against authority to which one is rightfully subject. See 1Kings 12.19.
      • b 1:4 - Goi: the nations in contrast with God's people, used of Israel when disowned, as Ps. 43.1.
      • c 1:4 - Lit. 'are estranged.'
      • d 1:5 - Lit. 'add (or 'increase' revolt:' see ch. 31.6.
      • e 1:17 - Others, 'set right,' or 'guide.'
      • f 1:17 - Or, as ver. 23, 'judge.'
      • g 1:24 - A word introducing an oracular discourse, as Gen. 22.16. It is frequent in the Prophets.
      • h 1:24 - See Jas. 5.4.
      • i 1:24 - As 'comforts himself,' Gen. 27.42.
      • j 1:25 - Lit. according to pureness;' the root of the word is 'purity.'
      • k 1:25 - Or 'lead,' anything mixed with the silver ore.
      • l 1:27 - Or 'delivered through.'
      • m 1:27 - Or 'her penitents.'