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Isaiah 27:4

Context
NETBible

I am not angry. I wish I could confront some thorns and briers! Then I would march against them 1  for battle; I would set them 2  all on fire,

XREF

2Sa 23:6; Ps 85:3; Ps 103:9; Isa 9:18; Isa 10:17; Isa 12:1; Isa 26:20,21; Isa 54:6-10; Eze 16:63; Na 1:3-7; Mal 4:3; Mt 3:12; Heb 6:8; 2Pe 2:9

NET © Notes

tn Heb “it.” The feminine singular suffix apparently refers back to the expression “thorns and briers,” understood in a collective sense. For other examples of a cohortative expressing resolve after a hypothetical statement introduced by נָתַן with מִי (miwith natan), see Judg 9:29; Jer 9:1-2; Ps 55:6.

tn Heb “it.” The feminine singular suffix apparently refers back to the expression “thorns and briers,” understood in a collective sense.



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