Isaiah 27:8-13 NIV

8 By warfarea and exile1 you contend with her-- with his fierce blast he drives her out, as on a day the east wind2 blows.

References for Isaiah 27:8

    • a 27:8 - See Septuagint; the meaning of the Hebrew for this word is uncertain.
      9 By this, then, will Jacob's guilt be atoned3 for, and this will be the full fruitage of the removal of his sin:4 When he makes all the altar stones5 to be like chalk stones crushed to pieces, no Asherah polesb6 or incense altars7 will be left standing.

      References for Isaiah 27:9

        • b 27:9 - That is, symbols of the goddess Asherah
          10 The fortified city stands desolate,8 an abandoned settlement, forsaken9 like the desert; there the calves graze,10 there they lie down;11 they strip its branches bare.

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          11 When its twigs are dry, they are broken off12 and women come and make fires13 with them. For this is a people without understanding;14 so their Maker has no compassion on them, and their Creator15 shows them no favor.16

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          12 In that day the LORD will thresh17 from the flowing Euphratesc to the Wadi of Egypt,18 and you, O Israelites, will be gathered19 up one by one.

          References for Isaiah 27:12

            • c 27:12 - Hebrew "River"
              13 And in that day20 a great trumpet21 will sound. Those who were perishing in Assyria and those who were exiled22 in Egypt23 will come and worship24 the LORD on the holy mountain25 in Jerusalem.

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