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Isaiah 21:1

Context
NETBible

Here is a message about the Desert by the Sea: 1  Like strong winds blowing in the south, 2  one invades from the desert, from a land that is feared.

XREF

Job 37:9; Isa 13:1; Isa 13:4,5,17,18; Isa 13:20-22; Isa 14:23; Isa 17:1; Jer 51:42; Eze 30:11; Eze 31:12; Da 11:40; Zec 9:14

NET © Notes

sn The phrase is quite cryptic, at least to the modern reader. Verse 9 seems to indicate that this message pertains to Babylon. Southern Mesopotamia was known as the Sealand in ancient times, because of its proximity to the Persian Gulf. Perhaps the reference to Babylon as a “desert” foreshadows the destruction that would overtake the city, making it like a desolate desert.

tn Or “in the Negev” (NASB).



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