I S A I A H.
This chapter continues and concludes the burden of
Moab. In it, I. The prophet gives good counsel to the Moabites, to
reform what was amiss among them, and particularly to be kind to
God's people, as the likeliest way to prevent the judgments before
threatened, ver. 1-5. II.
Fearing they would not take this counsel (they were so proud), he
goes on to foretel the lamentable devastation of their country, and
the confusion they should be brought to, and this within three
years, ver. 6-14.