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Hosea 5:1

Context
NETBible

Hear this, you priests! Pay attention, you Israelites! 1  Listen closely, 2  O king! 3  For judgment is about to overtake you! 4  For you were like a trap 5  to Mizpah, 6  like a net 7  spread out to catch Tabor. 8 

XREF

Jud 4:6; 1Ki 14:7-16; 1Ki 21:18-22; 2Ch 21:12-15; Jer 13:18; Jer 22:1-9; Jer 46:18; Ho 4:1,6,7; Ho 6:9; Ho 7:3-5; Ho 9:8; Ho 9:11-17; Ho 10:15; Ho 13:8; Am 7:9; Mic 3:1,9; Mic 7:2; Hab 1:15-17; Mal 1:6; Mal 2:1

NET © Notes

tn Heb “O house of Israel” (so NAB, NASB, NRSV); NLT “all of Israel’s leaders.”

tn Heb “Use the ear”; ASV “give ear.”

tn Heb “O house of the king” (so KJV); NIV “O royal house.”

tn Heb “for the judgment is to you”; or “For this accusation is against you.” Cf. NIV “This judgment is against you.”

sn The noun פַּח (pakh, “trap”) is used (1) literally of a bird-trap, used in similes and metaphors (Amos 3:5; Prov 7:23; Eccl 9:12), and (2) figuratively to refer to (a) calamities and plots (Job 18:9; 22:10; Pss 91:3; 119:110; 124:7; 140:6; 141:9; 142:4; Prov 22:5; Isa 24:17-18; Jer 18:22; 48:43-44; Hos 9:8) and (b) a source of calamity (Josh 23:13; Pss 11:6; 69:23; Isa 8:14; Hos 5:1; BDB 809 s.v. פַּח).

tn Heb “you were a trap to Mizpah.”

sn The noun רֶשֶׁת (reshet, “net”) is used (1) literally of a net used to catch birds (Prov 1:17) and (2) in figurative descriptions of the wicked plotting to ensnare their victims (Prov 29:5; Pss 9:16; 10:9; 25:15; 31:5; 35:7; 57:7; 140:6; Job 18:8; BDB 440 s.v. רֶשֶׁת).

tn Heb “and a net spread out over Tabor.”



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