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    ISAIAH 6

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      1  Isaiah, in a vision of the Lord in his glory,
     5  being terrified, has apprehensions removed.
     8  He offers himself, and is sent to shew the obstinacy of
        the people unto their desolation.
    13  A remnant shall be saved.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - A.M. 3245.  B.C. 759.  the year.
       * 2Ki 15:7
    - Azariah.
       * 2Ch 26:22,23
    - I saw also.
       * Ex 24:10,11 Nu 12:8 Eze 1:1,25-28 Joh 1:18; 12:41 1Ti 6:16
    - sitting.
       * Isa 66:1 1Ki 22:19 Eze 10:1 Da 7:9 Mt 25:31 Re 3:21; 4:2,10; 5:1,7
       * Re 6:16; 7:15-17
    - high.
       * Isa 12:4; 57:15 Ps 46:10; 108:5; 113:5 Eph 1:20,21
    - his train.  or, the skirts thereof.  filled.
       * 1Ki 8:10,11 Re 15:8
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - stood.
       * 1Ki 22:19 Job 1:6 Da 7:10 Zec 3:4 Lu 1:10 Re 7:11
    - seraphims.
       * Ps 104:4 Eze 1:4 Heb 1:7
    - wings.
       * Ex 25:20; 37:9 1Ki 6:24,27; 8:7 Eze 1:6,9,24; 10:21 Re 4:8
    - covered his face.
       * Ge 17:3 Ex 3:6 1Ki 19:13 Ps 89:7
    - his feet.
       * Job 4:18; 15:15 Eze 1:11
    - did fly.
       * :6 Ps 18:10; 103:20 Eze 10:16 Da 9:21 Re 8:13; 14:6
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - one cried unto another.  Heb. this cried to this.
       * Ex 15:20,21 Ezr 3:11 Ps 24:7-10
    - Holy.
       * Ex 15:11 Re 4:8,9; 15:3,4
    - the whole earth, etc.  Heb. his glory is the fulness of the
      whole earth.
       * Isa 11:9,10; 24:16; 40:5 Nu 14:21 Ps 19:1-3; 57:11; 72:19 Hab 2:14
       * Zec 14:9 Eph 1:18
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - posts.
       * Eze 1:24; 10:5 Am 9:1
    - door.  Heb. thresholds.  the house.
       * Ex 40:34 1Ki 8:10-12 2Ch 5:13,14; 6:1 Ps 18:8 Re 11:19; 15:8
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - said I.
       * Ex 33:20 Jud 6:22; 13:22 Job 42:5,6 Da 10:6-8 Hab 3:16
       * Lu 5:8,9 Re 1:16,17
    - undone.  Heb. cut off.  a man.
       * Ex 4:10; 6:12,30 Jer 1:6 Zec 3:1-7 Mt 12:34-37 Jas 3:1,2
    - I dwell.
       * Isa 29:13 Jer 9:3-8 Eze 2:6-8; 33:31 Jas 3:6-10
    - mine eyes.
       * Isa 33:17 Re 1:5-7
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - flew.
       * :2 Da 9:21-23 Heb 1:7,14
    - having, etc.  Heb. and in his hand a live coal.
       * Eze 10:2 Mt 3:11 Ac 2:3 Re 8:3-5
    - which.
       * Le 16:12 Heb 9:22-26; 13:10 Re 8:3-5
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - he laid it upon.  Heb. caused it to touch.
       * Jer 1:9 Da 10:16
    - thine iniquity.
       * Isa 43:25; 53:5,10 Mt 9:2 Heb 9:13,14 1Jo 1:7; 2:1,2
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - I heard.
       * Ge 3:8-10 De 4:33-36 Eze 1:24; 10:5 Ac 28:25-28
    - Whom.
       * Ex 4:10-13 1Ki 22:20 Ac 22:21; 26:16,17
    - us.
       * Ge 1:26; 3:22; 11:7
    - Then.
       * Mt 4:20-22 Ac 20:24 Eph 3:8
    - Here am I.  Heb. Behold me.
       * Isa 65:1
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - Go.
       * Isa 29:13; 30:8-11 Ex 32:7-10 Jer 15:1,2 Ho 1:9
    - Hear ye.
       * Isa 43:8; 44:18-20 Mt 13:14,15 Mr 4:12 Lu 8:10 Joh 12:40
       * Ac 28:26,27 Ro 11:8
    - indeed.  or, without ceasing.  Heb. in hearing.  indeed.
      Heb. in seeing.
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - the heart.
       * Isa 29:10; 63:17 Ex 7:3; 10:27; 11:10; 14:17 De 2:30 Eze 3:6-11
       * 2Co 2:16
    - fat.
       * De 32:15 Ps 17:10
    - ears heavy.
       * Jer 6:10 Zec 7:11
    - lest.
       * Jer 5:21 Joh 3:19,20 Ac 3:19; 28:27
    - convert.
       * Isa 19:22 Mt 13:15
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - Lord.
       * Ps 74:10; 90:13; 94:3
    - Until the.
       * Isa 1:7; 3:26; 24:1-12
    - utterly desolate.  Heb. desolate with desolation.
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - the Lord.
       * Isa 26:15 2Ki 25:11,21 Jer 15:4; 52:28-30
    - a great.
       * Jer 4:29; 12:7 La 5:20 Ro 11:1,2,15
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - But yet.
       * Isa 1:9; 4:3; 10:20-22 Mt 24:22 Mr 13:20 Ro 11:5,6,16-29
    - and it shall return, etc.  or, when it is returned, and hath
      been broused.  teil-tree.
      The teil-tree is the linden or lime-tree, a species very
      common in Palestine; the leaf of which resembles that of the
      laurel, and its flower that of the olive.  But the original
      {ailah,} which our translators render the oak, (but here
      distinguished from {allon,} the oak,) and Bp. Lowth the
      {ilex,} in ch. 29 1:29, 30, probably denotes, as Celsius
      contends, the {terebinth.}  It is an evergreen of moderate
      size, but having the top and branches large in proportion to
      the trunk; leaves, like those of the olive, but green
      intermixed with red and purple; flowers, like those of the
      vine, growing in bunches, and purple; fruit, of a ruddy
      purple, the size of a juniper berry, hanging in clusters,
      very juicy, and containing a single seed of the size of a
      grape stone; wood, hard and fibrous, from which a resin
      distils; with an excresence scattered among the leaves, of
      the size of a chestnut, of a purple color, variegated with
      green and white.
    
    - substance.  or, stock, or stem.
       * Job 14:7-9
    - so the holy.
       * Isa 65:8,9 Ge 22:18 Ezr 9:2 Mal 2:15 Joh 15:1-3 Ro 9:5; 11:5,24
       * Ga 3:16-19,28,29
    
    
    
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