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The New American Standard Bible
   Book of Jeremiah
Chapter 46  - Click for Chapter Audio
Study Resource List
ACC -> Commentary on 46:26
BCC -> Commentary on 46:26
GEB -> Study Notes on 46:26
GSB -> Study Notes on 46:26
JFB -> Commentary on 46:26
MHC-COM -> Commentary on 46:26
MHC-CON -> Commentary on 46:26
TSK -> Entry for 46:26
NTB -> Babylon; Pharaoh
ATS -> Egypt
EBD -> Nebuchadnezzar; No
HBD -> Ethics; Jeremiah; Oracles
SBD -> Nebuchadnezzar, or Nebuchadrezzar; Thebes

Jeremiah 46:12-28 [ Verse 26 in Original: Hebrew / Greek ]
             [ Read Chapter | Discuss these Verses ]
12 The nations have heard of your shame, R2225 And the earth is full of your cry R2226 of distress; For one warrior R2227 has stumbled over another, F478 And both of them have fallen down together. 13 This is the message F479 which the LORD spoke to Jeremiah the prophet about the coming R2228 of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon to smite R2229 the land of Egypt: 14 "Declare in Egypt and proclaim in Migdol, R2230 Proclaim also in Memphis and Tahpanhes; R2231 Say, `Take your stand and get yourself ready, For the sword R2232 has devoured those around you.' 15 "Why have your mighty R2233 ones become prostrate? They do not stand because the LORD has thrust R2234 them down. 16 "They have repeatedly stumbled; R2235 Indeed, they have fallen one against another. Then they said, `Get up! And let R2236 us go back To our own people and our native land Away from the sword R2237 F480 of the oppressor.' 17 "They F481 cried there, `Pharaoh king of Egypt is but a R2238 big noise; He has let the appointed time pass by!' 18 "As I live," declares the King R2239 Whose name is the LORD of hosts, "Surely one shall come who looms up like Tabor R2240 among the mountains, Or like Carmel R2241 by the sea. 19 "Make your baggage ready for exile, R2242 O daughter R2243 dwelling in Egypt, For Memphis R2244 will become a desolation; It will even be burned down and bereft F482 of inhabitants. 20 "Egypt is a pretty heifer, R2245 But a horsefly F483 is coming from R2246 the north--it is coming! 21 "Also her mercenaries R2247 in her midst Are like fattened F484 calves, R2248 For even they too have turned back and have fled away together; They did not stand their ground. For the day of their calamity has come upon them, The time of their punishment. R2249 22 "Its sound moves along like a serpent; For they move on like F485 an army And come to her as woodcutters with axes. 23 "They have cut down her forest," R2250 declares the LORD; "Surely it will no more be found, Even though they F486 are now more numerous than locusts R2251 And are without number. 24 "The daughter of Egypt has been put to shame, Given over to the power F487 of the people R2252 of the north." 25 The LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, says, "Behold, I am going to punish Amon of Thebes, R2253 and Pharaoh, R2254 and Egypt along with her gods R2255 and her kings, even Pharaoh and those who trust R2256 in him. 26 "I shall give them over to the power F488 of those who are seeking R2257 their lives, even into the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon and into the hand of his officers. F489 Afterwards, R2258 however, it will be inhabited as in the days of old," declares the LORD. 27 "But as for you, O Jacob My servant, do R2259 not fear, Nor be dismayed, O Israel! For, see, I am going to save R2260 you from afar, And your descendants from the land of their captivity; And Jacob will return and be undisturbed R2261 And secure, with no one making him tremble. 28 "O Jacob My servant, do not fear," declares the LORD, "For I R2262 am with you. For I will make a full end of all the nations Where I have driven you, Yet I will not R2263 make a full end of you; But I will correct R2264 you properly And by no means leave you unpunished."

FOOTNOTES:
F478 Lit warrior
F479 Lit word
F480 Lit oppressing sword
F481 Some ancient versions read Call the name of Pharaoh a big noise
F482 Lit without
F483 Or possibly mosquito
F484 Lit of the stall
F485 Or in force
F486 I.e. trees of the forest, the Egyptians
F487 Lit hand
F488 Lit hand
F489 Lit servants

 

CROSS REFERENCES:
R2225 Jeremiah 2:36; Nahum 3:8-10
R2226 Jeremiah 14:2
R2227 Isaiah 19:2
R2228 Jeremiah 43:10-13
R2229 Isaiah 19:1
R2230 Jeremiah 44:1
R2231 Jeremiah 43:8
R2232 Isaiah 1:20; Jeremiah 2:30; 46:10; Nahum 2:13
R2233 Isaiah 66:15,16; Jeremiah 46:5
R2234 Psalms 18:14,39; 68:1,2
R2235 Leviticus 26:36,37; Jeremiah 46:6
R2236 Jeremiah 51:9
R2237 Jeremiah 50:16
R2238 Exodus 15:9,10; 1 Kings 20:10,11; Isaiah 19:11-16
R2239 Jeremiah 48:15; Malachi 1:14
R2240 Joshua 19:22; Judges 4:6; Psalms 89:12
R2241 Joshua 12:22; 1 Kings 18:42
R2242 Isaiah 20:4
R2243 Jeremiah 48:18
R2244 Jeremiah 46:14; Ezekiel 30:13
R2245 Hosea 10:11
R2246 Jeremiah 1:14; 47:2
R2247 2 Samuel 10:6; 2 Kings 7:6; Jeremiah 46:5
R2248 Isaiah 34:7
R2249 Jeremiah 48:44; Hosea 9:7; Obadiah 13; Micah 7:4
R2250 Jeremiah 21:14
R2251 Judges 6:5; 7:12; Joel 2:25
R2252 Jeremiah 1:15
R2253 Ezekiel 30:14-16; Nahum 3:8
R2254 Jeremiah 44:30
R2255 Exodus 12:12; Jeremiah 43:12,13; Ezekiel 30:13; Zephaniah 2:11
R2256 Isaiah 20:5
R2257 Jeremiah 44:30; Ezekiel 32:11
R2258 Ezekiel 29:8-14
R2259 Isaiah 41:13,14; Jeremiah 30:10,11
R2260 Isaiah 11:11; Jeremiah 23:3,4; 29:14; Micah 7:12
R2261 Jeremiah 23:6; 50:19
R2262 Psalms 46:7,11; Isaiah 8:10; 43:2; Jeremiah 1:19
R2263 Jeremiah 4:27; Amos 9:8,9
R2264 Jeremiah 10:24; Habakkuk 3:2

 
 

Abbreviations Legend:

ACC - Adam Clark Commentary; BCC - Burton Coffman; GEB - Gill's Exposition; GSB - Geneva Study Bible; JFB - Jamieson, Fausset, Brown; MHC-COM - Matthew Henry Complete; MHC-CON - Matthew Henry Concise; TSK - Treasury of Scripture Knowledge; NTB - Nave's Topical Bible; TSK - Treasury of Scripture Knowledge; ATS - ATS Bible Dictionary; EBD - Easton's Bible Dictionary; HBD - Holman Bible Dictionary; SBD - Smith's Bible Dictionary;

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