|Overview - Isaiah 3|
|1||The great calamities which come by sin.|
|10||The different reward of the righteous and wicked.|
|12||The oppression and covetousness of the rulers.|
|16||The judgments which shall be for the pride of the women.|
|25||The general desolation.|
Isaiah 3:7 (King James Version)
In that day shall he swear, saying, I will not be an healer; for in my house is neither bread nor clothing: make me not a ruler of the people.
- Hebrew lift up the hand.
- Genesis 14:22 ; Deuteronomy 32:40 ; Revelation 10:5 Revelation 10:6
- Hebrew binder up.
- 58:12 Jeremiah 14:19 ; Lamentations 2:13 ; Hosea 5:13 ; 6:1
- neither bread
- Princes and great men in the East, as Sir J. Chardin testifies, are obliged to have a great stock of clothes in readiness for presents on all occasions; and a great quantity of provisions for the table is equally necessary, (see 1 ; Ki 4:22 23
- Nehemiah 5:17 ,18.) Hence the person desired to
- undertake the government, alleges as an excuse that he is not able to support the dignity of his station.