Isaiah 48:1-11 LEB

Yahweh Refines Stubborn Israel

1 Hear this, house of Jacob, who are called by the name of Israel and came out from the waters of Judah, who swear by the name of Yahweh, and {invoke}a the God of Israel, [but] not in truth and not in righteousness.

References for Isaiah 48:1

    • ̲ 48:1 - Literally "cause to remember"
      2 For they call themselves {after the holy city},b and they lean on the God of Israel-- Yahweh of hosts [is] his name.

      References for Isaiah 48:2

        • ̳ 48:2 - Literally "from the city of the holiness"
          3 "I declared the former things from {of old},c and they went out from my mouth. And I {announced}d them suddenly; I acted,e and they came [to pass],

          References for Isaiah 48:3

            • ̴ 48:3 - Literally "then"
            • ̵ 48:3 - Literally "caused to hear"
            • ̶ 48:3 - Or "did"
              4 because {I know}f that you [are] obstinate, and your neck an iron sinew, and your forehead bronze.

              References for Isaiah 48:4

                • ̷ 48:4 - Literally "knowing me"
                  5 And I declared [them] to you from of old; I { announced}g [them] to you before they came [to pass] so that you would not say, 'My idol did them, and my image and my cast image commanded them.'

                  References for Isaiah 48:5

                    • ̸ 48:5 - Literally "caused to hear"
                      6 You have heard; see it all. And will you not declare [it]? I {announce}h new things to you from this time and hidden things thati you have not known.

                      References for Isaiah 48:6

                        • ̹ 48:6 - Literally "cause to hear"
                        • ̺ 48:6 - Or "and"
                          7 Now they are created, and not from {of old},j and before today, and you have not heard them so that you could not say, "Look! I knew them."

                          References for Isaiah 48:7

                            • ̻ 48:7 - Literally "then"
                              8 Neither have you heard, nor have you known, nor from {of old}k has your ear been opened. For I knew you would deal treacherously, very treacherously, and you [are] called a rebel from [the] womb.

                              References for Isaiah 48:8

                                • ̼ 48:8 - Literally "then"
                                  9 For the sake of my name I {refrain from}l my anger, and [for] my praise I restrain [it] for you [so as] not to cut you off.

                                  References for Isaiah 48:9

                                    • ̽ 48:9 - Literally "make long"
                                      10 Look! I have refined you, butm not liken silver; I have chosen you in [the] furnace of misery.

                                      References for Isaiah 48:10

                                          11 For my own sake, for my own sake I do [it]; for why should ito be defiled? And I will not give my glory to another."

                                          References for Isaiah 48:11

                                            • ̀ 48:11 - That is, my name