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John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
on the Whole Bible

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 Chapter 34
Chapter 36
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Chapter 35

Chapter Overview

A prophecy against Edom for their hatred to Israel, verse 1-13.
Their ruin shall be perpetual, verse 14, 15.

Verse 2
Mount Seir - The Edomites, who inhabited it.

Verse 5
Their iniquity - When their iniquity was punished on them, which brought them to final ruin.

Verse 6
And blood - Thy guilt, and my just revenge of innocent blood. Hast not hated - Thou hast loved, rather than hated, blood-shed; therefore vengeance for it follows thee.

Verse 7
That passeth out - All travellers that go to or from Edom.

Verse 9
Return - To their former glory.

Verse 10
Though - Though God was with Israel.

Verse 11
Judged - Punished thee.

Verse 14
The whole earth - The inhabitants of all the countries round about thee. Rejoiceth - Is in peace and plenty.

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Bibliography Information
Wesley, John. "Commentary on Ezekiel 35". "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes
on the Whole Bible". <>. 1765.  


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