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Commentary on Isaiah

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30, 6 :

Flying saraph: see note on Nm 21, 6 .

30, 7 :

Rahab: Egypt, here as elsewhere (cf Ps 87, 4 ), is compared to the stormy, impetuous sea monster (cf Is 51, 9; Jb 26, 12; Ps 89, 11 ), which yet, when asked for aid by Judah, becomes silent, quelled.

30, 8 :

Isaiah will write down his condemnation of the people so that (vv 12–18 ) its fulfillment may afterward be admitted.

30, 20 :

Teacher: God, who in the past taught in a veiled manner through his prophets, will in future help them to understand his teaching clearly. This was eminently true when the Son of God became Man.

30, 27–33 :

God's punishment of Assyria. The name of the Lord: God himself; cf Ps 20, 2 .

30, 29–33 :

Pyre: on which the corpse of the king of Assyria is burned. This is the occasion of festal rejoicing for the Israelites, who are now free from his yoke.

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