Isaiah 28:1 NAS

Ephraim's Captivity Predicted

1 Woe to the proud crown of the 1drunkards of 2Ephraim, And to the fading flower of its glorious beauty, Which is at the head of the fertile valley Of those who are overcome with wine!

References for Isaiah 28:1

    • a 28:1 - Lit "valley of fatness"
    • b 28:1 - Lit "smitten"

      Study tools for Isaiah 28:1

      • a 28:1 - Lit "valley of fatness"
      • b 28:1 - Lit "smitten"
      • c 28:4 - Lit "valley of fatness"
      • d 28:4 - Lit "the one seeing sees"
      • e 28:4 - Lit "while it is yet"
      • f 28:4 - Lit "palm"
      • g 28:6 - Lit "battle"
      • h 28:7 - Lit "seeing"
      • i 28:10 - Heb "Sav lasav, sav lasav, Kav lakav, kav lakav, Ze' er sham, ze' er sham" These Hebrew monosyllables, imitating the babbling of a child, mock the prophet's preaching
      • j 28:13 - V 10, note 1 The LORD responds to their scoffing by imitating their mockery, to represent the unintelligible language of a conqueror
      • k 28:15 - I.e. the nether world
      • l 28:15 - So some ancient versions; Heb "seer"
      • m 28:15 - Or "flood"
      • n 28:16 - Heb "YHWH," usually rendered LORD
      • o 28:16 - Lit "well-laid"
      • p 28:16 - Lit "in a hurry"
      • q 28:18 - Lit "covered over"
      • r 28:19 - Lit "take"
      • s 28:19 - Lit "only"
      • t 28:19 - Lit "the report," or, "the message"
      • u 28:20 - Lit "narrow"
      • v 28:21 - Lit "task is strange"
      • w 28:21 - Lit "work is alien"
      • x 28:22 - Heb "YHWH," usually rendered LORD
      • y 28:24 - Lit "plowman"
      • z 28:24 - Lit "all day"
      • { 28:24 - Lit "open"
      • | 28:25 - Lit "put"
      • } 28:25 - Lit "region"
      • ~ 28:27 - Lit "rolled"
      •  28:28 - Lit "discomfit"