This chapter is a prophecy of the destruction of the Moabites; two of
their principal cities are mentioned as made desolate, \\#Isa 15:1\\
the inhabitants in divers places are represented as weeping and
mourning, and showing various signs of it, \\#Isa 15:2,3\\ yea, not
only the common people, but the armed soldiers also, \\#Isa 15:4\\ nay,
even the prophet himself, \\#Isa 15:5\\ the reasons of which were the
great drought, so that there were no grass, nor green thing,
\\#Isa 15:6\\ the carrying away of their good things, either by
themselves or others, \\#Isa 15:7\\ the flight and cry of the people to
the very borders of the land, \\#Isa 15:8\\ and the great effusion of
blood, \\#Isa 15:9\\.

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