Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Malachi 2:11


Judah has become disloyal, and unspeakable sins have been committed in Israel and Jerusalem. 1  For Judah has profaned 2  the holy things that the Lord loves and has turned to a foreign god! 3 


Ge 6:1,2; Ex 19:5,6; Le 18:24-30; Le 20:26; De 7:3-6; De 14:2; De 33:26-29; Jud 3:6; 1Ki 11:1-8; Ezr 9:1,2,12; Ezr 10:2; Ne 13:23-29; Ps 106:28,34-39; Jer 2:3,7,8,21,22; Jer 7:10; Eze 18:13; Eze 22:11; Ho 6:7; 2Co 6:14-18; Re 21:8

NET © Notes

map For location see Map5 B1; Map6 F3; Map7 E2; Map8 F2; Map10 B3; JP1 F4; JP2 F4; JP3 F4; JP4 F4.

tn Or perhaps “secularized”; cf. NIV “desecrated”; TEV, NLT “defiled”; CEV “disgraced.”

tn Heb “has married the daughter of a foreign god.” Marriage is used here as a metaphor to describe Judah’s idolatry, that is, her unfaithfulness to the Lord and “remarriage” to pagan gods. But spiritual intermarriage found expression in literal, physical marriage as well, as vv. 14-16 indicate.

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