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Isaiah 20:1–5

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In the year that aTartan came unto bAshdod, (when cSargon the king of Assyria sent him,) and fought against Ashdod, and took it; At the same time spake the Lord by dIsaiah the son of Amoz, saying,

Go and loose ethe sackcloth from off thy loins,

And put off thy shoe from thy foot.

And he did so, walking fnaked and gbarefoot. And the Lord said,

Like as my servant Isaiah hath walked fnaked and gbarefoot

hThree years for ia sign and wonder

Upon Egypt and upon jEthiopia;

So shall kthe king of Assyria lead away the Egyptians prisoners, and the jlEthiopians captives,

Young and old, fnaked and gbarefoot,

Even mwith their buttocks uncovered,

To the shame of Egypt.

And nthey shall be afraid and ashamed oof jEthiopia their expectation,

And pof Egypt their glory.

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a
b
c

Comp. Tobit 1:15.

Heb. by the hand of Isaiah. See 1 Kin. 16:12.

d

See ch. 1:1.

e

Comp. Zech. 13:4 with ch. 50:3. See 2 Kin. 1:8.

f

See 1 Sam. 19:24. Comp. ch. 47:2.

g
f

See 1 Sam. 19:24. Comp. ch. 47:2.

g
h

Comp. ch. 37:30.

i

See ch. 8:18. So 1 Cor. 4:9.

j
k

ch. 19:4.

Heb. the captivity of Egypt. Hab. 1:9.

j
l

ch. 18:1.

f

See 1 Sam. 19:24. Comp. ch. 47:2.

g
m

2 Sam. 10:4. See ch. 3:17.

Heb. nakedness. Gen. 9:22, 23, &c.

n

ch. 37:27 (Heb.).

o

ch. 37:9.

j
p

ch. 30:3, 5, 7. & 36:6.