NIV Isaiah 21.6

Verse Isaiah 21.6

6 This is what the Lord says to me:"Go, post a lookout and have him report what he sees.

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From the hour of the conveyance of this prescience, as indicated by the long periods of a worker. Namely, an accurate year: for employees persistently watch and hang tight for the year's end, when they are to get their wages. Also, this prediction "was most likely conveyed about a similar time with the rest in this aspect of the book. That is, soon previously or after the fourteenth of Hezekiah, the time of Sennacherib's attack. In his initial walk into Judea, or in his get back from the Egyptian endeavor, he may, maybe, overwhelm these few families of Arabians, whose trouble, on whatever event, is the subject of this prediction.

Their influence and wealth, and all things wherein they used to greatness The Kedarenes were another division of the Arabians, dropped from Kedar, Ishmael's child, (Genesis 25:13) who were acclaimed for the utilization of the bow, as is insinuated in Isaiah 21:17, at which weapon their progenitor Ishmael was exceptionally master. Similar individuals are said to stay during the tents of Kedar, and were exceptional for their darkness, the word Kedar meaning dark or brownish. It is here anticipated that they ought to endure an egregious butcher, whereby their powerful men ought to be decreased. They ought to be denied of their groups, tents, furnishings, and riches, and be obliged to spare themselves by escaping into the inside pieces of the desert.

The Arabians lived in tents, and kept cows, the devastating armed force will be brought upon them, and make them a simple prey. We know not what waterways we might be brought into before we kick the bucket. Those may know the need of important food who presently eat bread without limit. Neither the expertise of toxophilite, nor the mental fortitude of powerful men, can shield from the decisions of God.

That is helpless brilliance, which will accordingly immediately come to nothing. Hence hath the Lord said to me; and no expression of his will tumble to the ground. We might be certain the Strength of Israel won't lie. Cheerful are those lone whose wealth and brilliance are out of the compass of intruders; all other flourishing will rapidly die.

What was said before was metaphorical. Here the prophet talks without an analogy, and fixes when this ought to be refined. It isn't regular for the prophets to assign the specific "time" of the satisfaction of their predictions as such. As indicated by the long periods of an employee of the things she said ain't true and the rest of the world are loaded. Exactly; watching the exact time determined Job 7:1, see the expression clarified on Isaiah 16:14 the excellence, pride, quality, riches, and so forth.

Kedar was a child of Ishmael Genesis 25:15, he was the dad of the Kedareneans or "Cedrai, referenced by Pithy. They abided in the area of the Nabatheans, in Arabia Deserta. These individuals lived in tents, and were a meandering clan, and it is preposterous to expect to fix the exact spot of their home. They lived, it is assumed, in the south piece of Arabia Deserts, and the north piece of Arabia Petrea. The name 'Kedar' is by all accounts utilized some of the time to indicate Arabia when all is said in done, or Arabia Deserts especially.

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