Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Isaiah 30:1

Context
NETBible

“The rebellious 1  children are as good as dead,” 2  says the Lord, “those who make plans without consulting me, 3  who form alliances without consulting my Spirit, 4  and thereby compound their sin. 5 

XREF

Nu 32:14; De 9:7,24; De 29:19; 1Ch 10:13,14; Ps 61:4; Ps 91:1-4; Isa 1:2; Isa 1:5; Isa 4:5; Isa 5:18; Isa 8:19; Isa 28:15,20; Isa 29:15; Isa 30:9; Isa 32:2; Isa 63:10; Isa 65:2; Jer 4:17; Jer 5:23; Eze 2:3; Eze 3:9,26,27; Eze 12:2,3; Ho 4:10-12; Ho 7:13; Ho 13:2; Ac 7:51,52; Ro 2:5; 2Ti 3:13

NET © Notes

tn Or “stubborn” (NCV); cf. NIV “obstinate.”

tn Heb “Woe [to] rebellious children.”

tn Heb “making a plan, but not from me.”

tn Heb “and pouring out a libation, but not [from] my spirit.” This translation assumes that the verb נָסַךְ (nasakh) means “pour out,” and that the cognate noun מַסֵּכָה (massekhah) means “libation.” In this case “pouring out a libation” alludes to a ceremony that formally ratifies an alliance. Another option is to understand the verb נָסַךְ as a homonym meaning “weave,” and the cognate noun מַסֵּכָה as a homonym meaning “covering.” In this case forming an alliance is likened to weaving a garment.

tn Heb “consequently adding sin to sin.”



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