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斥责崇拜偶像的罪

1 有几个以色列的长老来见我,在我面前坐下。
1Then came certain of the elders of Israel unto me, and sat before me.
1 CHAPTER XIV



Here God threatens those hypocrites who pretended to worship

him, while they loved and practised idolatry, 1-11.

He declares his irreversible purpose of punishing so guilty a

nation, in behalf of which no intercession of the people of God

shall be of any avail. The gross idolaters of Jerusalem and

Judah shall be visited with God's four sore judgments, famine,

12-14;

wild beasts, 15, 16;

the sword, 17, 18;

and pestilence, 19-21.

A remnant shall be delivered from the wrath coming upon the

whole land, 22, 23.



NOTES ON CHAP. XIV



Verse 1. Then came certain of the elders of Israel unto me]

These probably came to tempt him, or get him to say something that

would embroil him with the government. They were bad men, as we

shall see in the third verse.