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Isaiah 64:2


(64:1) As when fire ignites dry wood, or fire makes water boil, let your adversaries know who you are, 1  and may the nations shake at your presence!


Ex 14:4; Ex 15:14-16; De 2:25; 1Sa 17:46,47; 1Ki 8:41-43; Ps 9:20; Ps 46:10; Ps 48:4-6; Ps 67:1,2; Ps 79:10; Ps 83:13; Ps 98:1,2; Ps 99:1; Ps 102:15,16; Ps 106:8; Isa 37:20; Isa 63:12; Jer 5:22; Jer 33:9; Eze 38:22,23; Eze 39:27,28; Da 4:1-3,32-37; Da 6:25-27; Joe 3:16,17; Mic 7:15-17; Re 11:11-13

NET © Notes

tn Heb “to make known your name to your adversaries.” Perhaps the infinitive construct with preposition -לְ (lamed) should be construed with “come down” in v. 1a, or subordinated to the following line: “To make known your name to your adversaries, let the nations shake from before you.”

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