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    2 CHRONICLES 32

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      1  Sennacherib invading Judah, Hezekiah fortifies himself, and
        encourages his people.
     9  Against the blasphemies of Sennacherib, Hezekiah and
        Isaiah pray.
    21  An angel destroys the host of the Assyrians.
    24  Hezekiah praying in his sickness, God gives him a sign of
        recovery.
    25  He waxing proud, is humbled by God.
    27  His wealth and works.
    31  His error in the ambassage of Babylon.
    32  He dying, Manasseh succeeds him.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - these things.
       * 2Ch 20:1,2 2Ki 18:13-37 Isa 36:1-22
    - king of Assyria.
       * 2Ki 15:19; 17:6; 18:11,19,20 Isa 7:17,18; 8:6-8; 10:5,6 Ho 11:5
    - win them.  Heb. break them up.
       * Isa 10:7-11; 37:24,25 Mic 2:13
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - he was purposed to fight.  Heb. his face was to war.
       * 2Ki 12:17 Lu 9:51,53
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - took counsel.
       * 2Ch 30:2 2Ki 18:20 Pr 15:22; 20:18; 24:6 Isa 40:13 Ro 11:34
    - to stop.
       * 2Ki 20:20 Isa 22:8-11
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - who stopped.
      This was prudently done; for, without water, how could an
      immense army subsist in ar arid country?  No doubt the
      Assyrian army suffered much through this; as a Christian army
      did, through the same cause, 1,800 years afterwards.
    
    - the brook.
       * :30; 30:14
    - ran through the midst of.  Heb. overflowed.  kings.
      The Septuagint, Syriac, and Arabic read king, in the singular
      number.
    
    - See on ver.
       * :1 2Ki 18:9,13; 19:17 Isa 10:8
    - find.
       * 1Ki 3:9,16,17; 19:21
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - he strengthened.
       * 2Ch 12:1; 14:5-7; 17:1,2; 23:1; 26:8 Isa 22:9,10
    - that was broken.
       * 2Ch 25:23
    - another wall.
       * 2Ki 25:4 Jer 39:4
    - Millo.
       * Jud 9:6 2Sa 5:9 1Ki 9:24; 11:27 2Ki 12:20
    - darts.  or, swords, or weapons.
       * 2Ch 26:14,15
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - he set captains.
       * 2Ch 17:14-19 1Ch 27:3,4-34
    - in the street.
       * Ezr 10:9 Ne 8:1-3,16
    - comfortably to them.  Heb. to their heart.
       * 2Ch 30:22 Ge 34:3 Isa 40:2 *margins
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - strong.
       * De 31:6,7,23 Jos 1:6-9 1Ch 28:10,20 Isa 35:4 Da 10:19
       * Zec 8:9,23 Eph 6:10 2Ti 2:1
    - be not afraid.
       * 2Ch 20:15 2Ki 18:30; 19:6,7
    - for there.
       * 2Ki 6:16 Ro 8:31 1Jo 4:4
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - an arm.
       * Job 40:9 Jer 17:5 1Jo 4:4
    - with us.
       * 2Ch 13:12; 14:11 Ps 46:7,11 Isa 8:10; 41:10 Ac 18:10 2Ti 4:17,22
    - to fight.
       * 2Ch 20:15 De 20:1,4 Jos 10:42
    - rested.  Heb. leaned.
       * :15; 20:20 Isa 36:18
    - upon the words.
       * Pr 12:25
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - A.M. 3294.  B.C. 710.  Sennacherib.  See on
       * 2Ki 18:17 Isa 36:2
    - Lachish.
       * Jos 10:31; 12:11; 15:39 Isa 37:8 Mic 1:13
    - power.  Heb. dominion.
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - Thus saith.  See on
       * 2Ki 18:19 Isa 36:4
    - siege.  Heb. strong-hold.
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - to give over.  See on
       * 2Ki 18:27 Isa 36:12,18
    - The Lord our God.
       * :15 2Ki 18:30; 19:10 Ps 3:2; 11:1-3; 22:8; 42:10; 71:11 Mt 27:43
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - Hath not.
       * 2Ch 31:1 2Ki 18:4,22 Isa 36:7
    - taken away.
      This was artfully malicious:  many of the people had
      sacrificed to Jehovah on high places, (ch. 1 31:1;) and Hezekiah
      had removed them, as incentives to idolatry.  Hence Rabshakeh
      insinuates that by so doing he had offended Jehovah, deprived
      the people of their religious rights, and that, consequently,
      he could neither expect the blessing of God, nor the
      cooperation of the people.
    
    - Ye shall worship.  See on
       * De 12:13,14,26,27
    - one altar.
       * 2Ch 4:1 Ex 27:1-8; 30:1-6; 40:26-29 1Ki 7:48
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - I and my.
       * 2Ki 15:29; 17:5,6; 19:11-13,17,18 Isa 10:9,10,14; 37:12,13,18-20
       * Da 4:30,37; 5:19
    - were the gods.  See on ver.
       * :19 2Ki 18:33-35; 19:18,19 Ps 115:3-8 Isa 44:8-10
       * Jer 10:11,12,16 Ac 19:26 1Co 8:4
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - among.  See on
       * Isa 10:11,12
    - your God.
       * Ex 14:3; 15:9-11 Isa 42:8
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - deceive.  See on
       * 2Ki 18:29; 19:10
    - persuade.
       * :11 1Ki 22:22 Isa 36:18 Ac 19:26 Ga 1:10
    - much less.
       * Ex 5:2 Da 3:15 Joh 19:10,11
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - yet.
       * Job 15:25,26 Ps 73:9
    - against.
       * Joh 15:21
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - He wrote.  See on
       * 2Ki 19:9,14 Ne 6:5 Isa 37:14
    - to rail.
       * 2Ki 19:22,28 Isa 10:15; 37:23,24,28,29 Re 13:6
    - As the gods.
       * 2Ki 19:12
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - they cried.
       * 2Ki 18:26-28 Isa 36:13
    - to affright.
       * 1Sa 17:10,26 Ne 6:9
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - spake.  See on ver.
       * :13-17 1Sa 17:36 Job 15:25,26 Ps 10:13,14; 73:8-11; 139:19,20
    - the God.
       * 2Ch 6:6 Ps 76:1,2; 78:68; 87:1-3; 132:13,14 Isa 14:32 Heb 12:22
    - the work.
       * De 4:28; 27:15 2Ki 19:18 Ps 135:15-18 Isa 2:8; 37:19; 44:16-20
       * Jer 1:16; 10:3,9; 32:30 Ho 8:5,6
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - Hezekiah.  See on
       * 2Ki 19:14-19 Isa 37:1,14-20
    - the prophet.
       * 2Ki 19:2-4 Isa 37:2-4
    - prayed.
       * 2Ch 14:11; 20:6-12 Ps 50:15; 91:14,15
    
    
    VERSE 21 
     - the Lord.  See on
       * 2Ki 19:20,35-37 Isa 10:16-18; 37:21,36,37; 42:8
    - angel.
       * 2Sa 24:16 Ps 18:50 Da 3:28; 6:22 Mt 13:49,50 Ac 12:23
    - cut off all.
       * Job 9:4 Ps 76:5,7,12
    - the leaders.
       * Isa 10:8,16-19,33,34; 17:12-14; 29:5-8; 30:30-33; 33:10-12; 36:9
       * Re 6:15,16; 19:17,18
    - with shame.
       * Ps 132:18 Pr 11:2; 16:18
    - he was come.  See on
       * 2Ki 19:36,37 Isa 37:37,38
    - slew him.  Heb. made him fall.
    
    
    VERSE 22 
     - Lord.
       * Ps 18:48-50; 37:39,40; 144:10 Isa 10:24,25; 31:4,5; 33:22 Ho 1:7
    - guided.
       * Ps 48:14; 71:20,21; 73:24 Isa 58:11 Joh 16:13 2Th 3:5
    
    
    VERSE 23 
     - gifts.
       * 2Sa 8:10,11 Ezr 7:15-22,27 Ps 68:29; 72:10 Isa 60:7-9 Mt 2:11
    - presents.  Heb. precious things.
       * 2Ch 9:9,10,24; 17:5,11 1Ki 4:21; 10:10,25
    - he was magnified.
       * 2Ch 1:1 1Ch 29:25
    
    
    VERSE 24 
     - Hezekiah.  See on
       * 2Ki 20:1-3 Isa 38:1-3
    - gave him a sign.  or, wrought a miracle for him.  See on
       * 2Ki 20:4-11 Isa 38:4-8,21,22
    
    
    VERSE 25 
     - rendered.
       * De 32:6 Ps 116:12,13 Ho 14:2 Lu 17:17,18
    - his heart.
       * :31; 25:19; 26:16 De 8:12-14,17 2Ki 14:10; 20:13 Eze 28:2,5,17
       * Da 5:20,23 Hab 2:4 2Co 12:7 1Ti 3:6 1Pe 5:5,6
    - therefore.
       * 2Ch 24:18
    - See on
       * 2Sa 24:1,10-17 1Ch 21:1,12-17
    
    
    VERSE 26 
     - Hezekiah.
       * 2Ch 33:12,19,23; 34:27 Le 26:40,41 2Ki 20:19 Jer 26:18,19 Jas 4:10
    - pride.  Heb. lifting up.  so.
       * 1Ki 21:19
    - days.
       * 2Ch 34:27,28 1Ki 21:29
    - See on
       * 2Ki 20:16-19 Isa 39:6-8
    
    
    VERSE 27 
     - A.M. 3278-3306.  B.C. 726-698.  exceeding much.
       * 2Ch 1:12; 9:27; 17:5 Pr 10:22
    - treasuries.
       * 1Ch 27:25-31
    - pleasant jewels.  Heb. instruments of desire.
    
    
    VERSE 28 
     - Storehouses.
       * 2Ch 26:10
    - stalls.
       * 1Ki 4:26
    - cotes.
       * 2Sa 7:8
    
    
    VERSE 29 
     - possessions.
       * 2Ch 26:10 Ge 13:2-6 1Ch 27:29-31 Job 1:3,9; 42:12
    - God.
       * 2Ch 25:9 De 8:18 1Sa 2:7 1Ch 29:12 Pr 10:22 1Ti 6:17,18
    
    
    VERSE 30 
     - Hezekiah.
      Or, "Hezekiah stopped the upper going out ({motza,} i.e., the
      egress into the open air,) of the waters of Gihon, and brought
      them underneath, ({lemattah,} by a subterraneous course,) to
      the west of the city of David:"  See Note on 1 Ki 45 1:45.
    
    - stopped.  See on ver.
       * :4 Isa 22:9-11
    - Gihon.
       * 1Ki 1:33,38,45
    - And Hezekiah.
       * Jos 1:7,8 Ps 1:1-3
    
    
    VERSE 31 
     - A.M. 3292.  B.C. 712.  in the business.
       * 2Ki 20:12,13 Isa 39:1,2-8
    - ambassadors.  Heb. interpreters.  the wonder.
       * 2Ki 20:8-11 Isa 38:8
    - left him.
       * Jud 16:20 Ps 27:9; 51:11,12; 119:116,117 Joh 15:5
    - to try him.
       * Ge 22:1 De 8:2,16 Job 1:11,12; 2:3-6 Ps 139:1,2,23,24 Pr 17:3
       * Zec 13:9 Mal 3:2,3 1Pe 1:7 Jas 13 1:13
    - that he might.
       * De 8:2; 13:3
    
    
    VERSE 32 
     - A.M. 3278-3306.  B.C. 726-698.  goodness.  Heb. kindnesses.
       * 2Ch 31:20,21
    - in the vision.
       * Isa 36:1-8 39:8
    - in the book.
       * 2Ki 18:1-21 20:21
    
    
    VERSE 33 
     - slept.  See on
       * 1Ki 1:21; 2:10; 11:43
    - chiefest.  or, highest.  did him.
       * 2Ch 16:14 Ge 50:10,11 Nu 20:29 De 34:8 1Sa 2:30; 25:1 Pr 10:7
    - And Manasseh.  See on ch.
       * 2Ch 33:1-20
    
    
    
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