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Amos 9:12


As a result they 1  will conquer those left in Edom 2  and all the nations subject to my rule.” 3  The Lord, who is about to do this, is speaking!


Ge 27:29,37; Nu 24:17; Ps 60:8; Isa 11:14; Isa 14:1,2; Isa 43:7; Isa 63:19; Isa 65:1; Jer 14:9; Jer 15:16; Da 9:18,19; Joe 3:8; Ob 1:18-21; Mal 1:4

NET © Notes

sn They probably refers to the Israelites or to the Davidic rulers of the future.

tn Heb “take possession of the remnant of Edom”; NASB, NIV, NRSV “possess the remnant of Edom.”

tn Heb “nations over whom my name is proclaimed.” The Hebrew idiom indicates ownership, sometimes as a result of conquest. See 2 Sam 12:28.

sn This verse envisions a new era of Israelite rule, perhaps patterned after David’s imperialistic successes (see 2 Sam 8-10). At the same time, however, the verse does not specify how this rule is to be accomplished. Note that the book ends with a description of peace and abundance, and its final reference to God (v. 15) does not include the epithet “the Lord who commands armies,” which has militaristic overtones. This is quite a different scene than what the book began with: nations at war and standing under the judgment of God.

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