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Malachi 4:1

Context
NETBible

(3:19) 1  “For indeed the day 2  is coming, burning like a furnace, and all the arrogant evildoers will be chaff. The coming day will burn them up,” says the Lord who rules over all. “It 3  will not leave even a root or branch.

XREF

Ex 15:7; Job 18:16; Ps 21:9,10; Ps 119:119; Isa 2:12-17; Isa 5:24; Isa 40:24; Isa 41:2; Isa 47:14; Eze 7:10; Joe 2:1,31; Am 2:9; Ob 1:18; Na 1:5,6; Na 1:10; Zep 1:14; Zep 1:18; Zec 14:1; Mal 3:2; Mal 3:15,18; Mal 4:5; Mt 3:12; Lu 19:43; Lu 21:20; 2Th 1:8; 2Pe 3:7

NET © Notes

sn Beginning with 4:1, the verse numbers through 4:6 in the English Bible differ from the verse numbers in the Hebrew text (BHS), with 4:1 ET = 3:19 HT, 4:2 ET = 3:20 HT, etc., through 4:6 ET = 3:24 HT. Thus the book of Malachi in the Hebrew Bible has only three chapters, with 24 verses in ch. 3.

sn This day is the well-known “day of the Lord” so pervasive in OT eschatological texts (see Joel 2:30-31; Amos 5:18; Obad 15). For the believer it is a day of grace and salvation; for the sinner, a day of judgment and destruction.

tn Heb “so that it” (so NASB, NRSV). For stylistic reasons a new sentence was begun here in the translation.



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