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    ISAIAH 23

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      1  The miserable overthrow of Tyre.
    15  Her restoration and whoredoms.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - A.M. 3289.  B.C. 715.  burden.
      Tyre, whose destruction by Nebuchadnezzar is here foretold,
      was a city of Phoenicia, on the shore of the Mediterranean,
      twenty-four miles south of Sidon, and thirty-two north of
      Accho or Ptolemais, according to the Antonine and Jerusalem
      Itineraries, about lat. 33 18' N. long. 35 10' E.  There
      were two cities of this name; one on the continent called
      Pal' Tyrus, or Old Tyre, according to Strabo, thirty stadia
      south of the other, which was situated on an island, not
      above 700 paces from the main land, says Pliny.  Old Tyre was
      taken by Nebuchadnezzar, after a siege of thirteen years,
      B.C. 573, which he so utterly destroyed, that it never
      afterwards rose higher than a village.  But previous to this,
      the inhabitants had removed their effects to the island which
      afterwards became so famous by the name of Tyre, though now
      consisting only of about 800 dwellings.
    
       * Jer 25:15,22; 47:4 Eze 26:1-25 28:25 Joe 3:4-8 Am 1:9,10
       * Zec 9:2,4
    - Howl.
       * Isa 15:2,8 Re 18:17-19
    - ye ships.
       * Isa 2:16; 60:9 1Ki 22:48 2Ch 9:21 Ps 48:7 Eze 27:25
    - for it is.
       * Isa 15:1 Jer 25:10,11 Re 18:22,23
    - the land.
       * :12 Nu 24:24 Jer 2:10 Eze 27:6 Da 11:30
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - still.  Heb. silent.
       * Isa 41:1; 47:5 Ps 46:10 Hab 2:20
    - the isle.
       * Eze 27:3,4; 28:2
    - the merchants.
       * Eze 27:8-36
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - Sihor.
       * 1Ch 13:5 Jer 2:18
    - the harvest.
       * Isa 32:20 De 11:10
    - she is.
       * :8 Eze 27:33; 28:4 Joe 3:5 Re 18:11-13
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - I travail.
       * Jer 47:3,4 Eze 26:3-6 Ho 9:11-14 Re 18:23
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - at the.
       * Isa 19:16 Ex 15:14-16 Jos 2:9-11
    - so shall.
       * Eze 26:15-21; 27:29-36; 28:19 Re 18:17-19
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - Pass.
       * :10,12; 21:15
    - howl.
       * :1,2; 16:7
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - your.
       * Isa 22:2
    - whose.
       * Jos 19:29
    - her own.
       * Isa 47:1,2 Ec 10:7
    - afar off.  Heb. from afar off.
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - Who hath.
       * De 29:24-28 Jer 50:44,45 Re 18:8
    - the crowning.
       * Eze 28:2-6,12-18
    - merchants.
       * Isa 10:8; 36:9
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - Lord.
       * Isa 10:33; 14:24,27; 46:10,11 Jer 47:6,7; 51:62 Ac 4:28 Eph 1:11
       * Eph 3:11
    - to stain.  Heb. to pollute.
       * Isa 2:11,17; 5:15,16; 13:11 Job 40:11,12 Da 4:37 Mal 4:1 Jas 4:6
    - bring.
       * Job 12:21 Ps 107:40 1Co 1:26-29
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - O daughter.
       * :12
    - no more.
       * :14 1Sa 28:20 Job 12:21 La 1:6 Hag 2:22 Ro 5:6
    - strength.  Heb. girdle.
       * Ps 18:32
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - stretched.
       * Isa 2:19; 14:16,17 Ex 15:8-10 Ps 46:6 Eze 26:10,15-19; 27:34,35
       * Eze 31:16 Hag 2:7
    - the Lord.
       * Isa 10:6 Ps 71:3 Jer 47:7 Na 1:14
    - against the merchant city.  or, concerning a merchantman.
       * :3 Ho 12:7,8
    - the merchant city.  Heb. Canaan.
       * Ge 9:25; 10:15-19 Zec 14:21 Mr 11:17 Joh 2:16
    - strong holds.  or, strengths.
       * Zec 9:3,4
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - Thou shalt.
       * :1,7 Eze 26:13,14 Re 18:22
    - thou oppressed.
       * Isa 37:22; 47:1,5 Jer 14:17; 46:11 La 1:15
    - daughter.
      "The Sidonians," says Justin, "when their city was taken by
      the king of Ascalon, betook themselves to their ships; and
      landed and built Tyre;" Sidon was therefore the mother city.
    
       * :2 Ge 10:15-19; 49:13 Jos 11:8
    - pass.
       * :1 Nu 24:24 Eze 27:6
    - there also.
       * De 28:64-67 La 1:3; 4:15
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - land.
       * Isa 13:19 Ge 11:28,31 Job 1:17 Hab 1:6 Ac 7:4
    - the Assyrian.
       * Ge 2:14; 10:10,11; 11:9 2Ki 17:24; 20:12 2Ch 33:11 Ezr 4:9,10
       * Da 4:30
    - for them.
       * Ps 72:9
    - and he.
       * Eze 26:7-21; 29:18
    
    VERSE 14
        * :1,6 Eze 27:25-30 Re 18:11-19
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - Tyre shall.
       * Jer 25:9-11,22; 27:3-7; 29:10 Eze 29:11
    - one king.
       * Da 7:14; 8:21 Re 17:10
    - shall Tyre sing as an harlot.  Heb. it shall be unto Tyre as
      the song of an harlot.
       * Eze 27:25 Ho 2:15
    
    VERSE 16
        * Pr 7:10-12 Jer 30:14
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - visit.
       * Jer 29:10 Zep 2:7 Ac 15:14
    - and she shall.
       * De 23:18 Eze 16:31; 22:13; 27:6-36 Ho 12:7,8 Mic 1:7; 3:11
       * 1Ti 3:3,8 1Pe 5:2
    - shall commit.
       * Na 3:4 Re 17:2-5; 18:9-14; 19:2
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - her merchandise.
       * Isa 60:6,7 2Ch 2:7-9,11-16 Ps 45:12; 72:10 Zec 14:20,21 Mr 3:8
       * Ac 21:3-5
    - it shall.
       * Mt 6:19-21 Lu 12:18-20,33; 16:9-13
    - for them.
       * De 12:18,19; 26:12-14 Pr 3:9,10; 13:22; 28:8 Ec 2:26 Mal 3:10
       * Mt 25:35-40 Lu 8:3 Ac 9:39 Ro 15:25-27 Ga 6:6 Php 4:17,18
    - durable.  Heb. old.
    
    
    
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