I S A I A H.
Whatever country it is that is meant here by "the
land shadowing with wings," here is a woe denounced against it, for
God has, upon his people's account, a quarrel with it. I. They
threaten God's people, ver. 1,
2. II. All the neighbours are hereupon called to take
notice what will be the issue, ver.
3. III. Though God seem unconcerned in the distress of
his people for a time, he will at length appear against their
enemies and will remarkably cut them off, ver. 4-6. IV. This shall redound very much
to the glory of God, ver.