Isaiah 14:28-32 GNT

28 This is a message that was proclaimed in the year that King Ahaz died. 1

References for Isaiah 14:28

    • 40 14:28 - 14.28 2 K 16.20; 2 Ch 28.27.
      29 People of Philistia, the rod that beat you is broken, but you have no reason to be glad. When one snake dies, a worse one comes in its place. A snake's egg hatches a flying dragon. 2

      References for Isaiah 14:29

        • 41 14:29 - 14.29-31 Jr 47.1-7; Ez 25.15-17; Jl 3.4-8; Am 1.6-8; Zep 2.4-7; Zec 9.5-7.
          30 The Lord will be a shepherd to the poor of his people and will let them live in safety. But he will send a terrible famine on you Philistines, and it will not leave any of you alive.
          31 Howl and cry for help, all you Philistine cities! Be terrified, all of you! A cloud of dust is coming from the north - it is an army with no cowards in its ranks.
          32 How shall we answer the messengers that come to us from Philistia? We will tell them that the Lord has established Zion and that his suffering people will find safety there.