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Isaiah 2:11

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Proud men will be brought low, arrogant men will be humiliated; 1  the Lord alone will be exalted 2  in that day.

XREF

Job 40:10-12; Ps 18:27; Isa 2:17; Isa 4:1; Isa 5:15,16; Isa 5:16; Isa 11:10,11; Isa 12:1,4; Isa 12:4; Isa 13:11; Isa 24:21; Isa 25:9; Isa 26:1; Isa 27:1,2,12,13; Isa 28:5; Isa 29:18; Isa 30:23; Isa 52:6; Jer 9:24; Jer 30:7,8; Jer 50:31,32; Eze 38:14,19; Eze 39:11,22; Ho 2:16,18,21; Joe 3:18; Am 9:11; Ob 1:8; Mic 4:6; Mic 5:10; Mic 7:11,12; Zep 3:11,16; Zec 9:16; Mal 4:1; Lu 18:14; 1Co 1:29-31; 2Co 10:17; 1Pe 5:5

NET © Notes

tn Heb “and the eyes of the pride of men will be brought low, and the arrogance of men will be brought down.” The repetition of the verbs שָׁפַל (shafal) and שָׁחָח (shakhakh) from v. 9 draws attention to the appropriate nature of the judgment. Those proud men who “bow low” before idols will be forced to “bow low” before God when he judges their sin.

tn Or “elevated”; CEV “honored.”



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