J E R E M I A H.
This chapter reads the Philistines their doom, as
the former read the Egyptians theirs and by the same hand, that of
Nebuchadnezzar. It is short, but terrible; and Tyre and Zidon,
though they lay at some distance from them, come in sharers with
them in the destruction here threatened. I. It is foretold that the
forces of the northern crowns should come upon them, to their great
terror, ver. 1-5. II.
That the war should continue long, and their endeavours to put an
end to it should be in vain, ver.