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Bible Commentaries

Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament

Isaiah 24

1:1 (d-0) (The title of this book, 'Isaiah'), Meaning, 'Salvation of Jah.' see Psalms 68:4 .

Verse 1

24:1 land (c-5) Erets , 'earth.' see 1 Samuel 2:8 . The prophecy begins with the land of Israel, and the scene enlarges, embracing (ver. 4) the whole world, of which the 'land' is the centre.

Verse 6

24:6 guilty; (d-15) Or 'are made desolate.' see Psalms 34:21 ,Psalms 34:22 .

Verse 10

24:10 solitude (e-4) Or 'waste.'

Verse 11

24:11 wine (f-6) Or 'because of the wine.'

Verse 14

24:14 These (a-1) Those spared in the dispersion of Israel.

Verse 15

24:15 east, (b-6) Or 'in the lands of light.' west. (c-20) Or 'the sea.'

Verse 16

24:16 earth (d-6) Or 'end (lit. 'wing') of the land.' righteous! (e-14) Or 'the Righteous One.' singular.

Verse 17

24:17 snare (f-7) See Jeremiah 48:43 ; 'fear,' 'pit,' 'snare,' in Hebrew make a play on words.

Verse 23

24:23 glory. (g-28) Or 'and there shall be glory before his ancients.'

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Darby, John. "Commentary on Isaiah 24". "John Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/dsn/isaiah-24.html. 1857-67.