isaiah 5:18 commentary

"They were proud of their unbelief; but this unbelief was like a halter with which, like beasts of burden, they were harnessed to sin, and therefore to the punishment of sin, which they went on drawing further and further, in utter ignorance of the waggon behind them."—Delitsch. Then she will go back to her harlot's wages and will play the harlot with all the kingdoms on the face of the earth. The Septuagint renders it, 'Woe to those who draw sin with a long cable;' that is," one sin is added to another, until it comes to an enormous length, and the whole is drawn along together. And now the Lord God has sent Me, and His Spirit." These represent a complication of means closely united, whereby the people here described continue to join themselves to the most wearisome of all burdens. Isaiah’s vision begins with “the mountain of the Lord’s house” (2:2). 16 But the Lord of hosts shalbe exalted in iudgement, and God that is holy, shall bee sanctified in righteousnesse. Isaiah 35. After this devastation follows a new word and new days (2:2). Both are said to be ‘drawn.' x who put darkness for light. iniquity—guilt, incurring punishment [Maurer]. It will come about at the end of seventy years that the Lord will visit Tyre. --The phrase is boldly figurative. and yet how many are bound by it as if it were "a cart-rope"! & Sanhedrin, fol. They strain every nerve in sin. Isaiah 5:17 : Isaiah 5:19 >> The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment Sign up for the Berean: Daily Verse and Comment, and have Biblical truth delivered to your inbox. Some by "iniquity" and "sin" understand punishment, as the words used sometimes signify; and that the sense is, that such persons described by their boldness and impudence in sinning, by their impenitence and hardness of heart, and by adding sin to sin, draw upon themselves swift destruction, and the greater damnation. There we have an illustrative case. May 30, 2019. That draw sin to them, as a beast draweth a cart after it. Others, as well as they, are transgressors. 2. The word has that meaning sometimes, but it seems here to be taken in its usual sense. The Chaldee paraphrast explains it in the same manner, of wickedness increasing from small beginnings, till it arrives to a great magnitude. Isaiah 48. When any man is tempted to do what is sinful, his conscience secretly asks him, What are you doing? The victims they offered were splendidly decked out for the sacrifice. (2) The desire to reform dies out. 18 Woe to those who draw iniquity with u cords of falsehood,. Isaiah 5:1 Let me sing now for my well-beloved a song of my beloved concerning His vineyard. “Woe unto them that draw crime with cords of lying, and sin as with the rope of the waggon.” Knobel and most other commentators take m âshak in the sense of attrahere (to draw towards one's self): “They draw towards them sinful deeds with cords of lying palliation, and the cart-rope of the most daring presumption;” and cite, as parallel examples, Job 40:24 and Hosea 11:4. 20 Woe to w those who call evil good. 4. He dug it up and cleared it of stones and planted it with the choicest vines. The love of sin takes entire possession of the man. The special gift metaphor occurs in the third servant song (see Isaiah 50:4). New American Standard Version. Zion will be established, made secure, firm, and lasting. Subjected to a real examination they are seen to be of no strength at all, and yet they suffice to bind the sinner to his sin as thoroughly as if they were strong as "a cart-rope.". Isaiah 5:18 Woe unto them that draw iniquity with cords of vanity, and sin as it were with a cart rope: Ver. As a result of the anguish of His soul, He will see it and be satisfied; By His knowledge the Righteous One, My Servant, will justify the many, As He will bear their iniquities. The antithesis is between the slender cords of sophistry, like the spider's web (Isaiah 59:5; Job 8:14), with which one sin draws on another, until they at last bind themselves with great guilt as with a cart-rope. The word has that meaning sometimes, but it seems here to be taken in its usual sense. Some by "iniquity" and "sin" understand punishment, as the words used sometimes signify; and that the sense is, that such persons described by their boldness and impudence in sinning, by their impenitence and hardness of heart, and by adding sin to sin, draw upon themselves swift destruction, and the greater damnation. Commentary on Isaiah 5:1-7 (Read Isaiah 5:1-7) Christ is God's beloved Son, and our beloved Saviour. 17 Then shall the lambes feed after their maner, and the waste places of the fat ones shall strangers eate. Isaiah 4 Isaiah 6 They imagine that they can repent and reform at any time, and they are firmly resolved to do so before death. II. sin—substantive, not a verb: they draw on themselves "sin" and its penalty recklessly. that we may see it;. In this case, the verse pictures the sinners pulling sin along behind them as one pulls an animal with a halter. With cords of vanity, and sin as it were with a cart rope. to which agrees that saying in the Talmud (g), "the evil imagination or corruption of nature at first is like a spider's thread, but at last it is like to cart ropes; as it is said, "woe to them that draw iniquity", &c.''. It enwraps him as ivy unchecked will enwrap a tree; at first with no more strength than a child's finger, in the end with the strength of a thousand giants. Vid. The Chaldee translates it, 'Woe to those who begin to sin by little and little, drawing sin by cords of vanity; these sins grow and increase until they are strong, and are like a cart-rope.' — cart-rope - Rabbins say, “An evil inclination is at first like a fine hair-string, but the finishing like a cart-rope.” The antithesis is between the slender cords of sophistry, like the spider‘s web (Isaiah 59:5; Job 8:14), with which one sin draws on another, until they at last bind themselves with great guilt as with a cart-rope. Includes numerous word studies, quotes and devotionals. But does that afford them any protection against the dangers of which they are warned? Assuredly they permit themselves to be deceived by allurements, and stupify their minds, that they may despise the judgment of God, and may thus have some freedom to commit sin. 19 who say: v “Let him be quick,. Verse-by-Verse Bible Commentary Isaiah 5:8. 5:18 That draw - That are not only drawn to sin by the allurements of the world; but are active and illustrious in drawing sin to themselves. After having inserted a short consolation for the purpose of allaying the bitterness of punishments as regards the godly, he returns to threatenings, and proceeds to launch those thunderbolts of words which are fitted to awaken some degree of alarm. b. Here is the explanation: they are bound to their ungodly practices as it were with a cart-rope; and yet they are thus enslaved by what, when rightly tested, are only cords of vanity. The word “sin” here, has been sometimes supposed to mean “the punishment” for sin. There is a certain oddity and grotesqueness in these words as they stand. Our text furnishes the solution of a mystery which often perplexes us in daily life. 25 Therefore is the anger of the Lord kindled against his people, and he hath stretched forth his hand against them, and hath smitten them: and the hills did tremble, and their carcases were torn in the midst of the streets. With a cart rope; with all their might, as beasts commonly do that draw carts with ropes. Woe unto them that draw iniquity.] and good evil,. With a cart-rope "As a long cable" - The Septuagint, Aquila, Sym., and Theod., for בחבלי bechabley, read כחבלי kechahley, ὡς σχοινιῳ, or σχοινιοις ; and the Septuagint, instead of שוא shau, read some other word signifying long; ὡς σχοινιῳ μακρῳ ; and so likewise the Syriac, אריכא arecha . Evil-doers are thought of as harnessing themselves as to the chariot of sin. The word vanity שׁוא shâv' May, perhaps, have the sense here of falsehood or deceit; and the cords of deceit may denote the schemes of evil, the plans for deceiving people, or of bringing them into a snare, as the fowler springs his deceitful snare upon the unsuspecting bird. He announced woe on himself; he was in deep trouble (cf. Judgments on impiety, scoffers at God’s threatenings, those who corrupt the notions of good and ill, strong drinkers, and unjust judges, Isaiah 5:18-23. Isaiah 5:7. (St. Isidore) (Menochius). Chapter 5 In this chapter the prophet, in God’s name, shows the people of God their transgressions, even the house of Jacob their sins, and the judgments which were likely to be brought upon them for their sins, I. Free Resources. The definite העו ן (crime or misdeed) is generic, and the indefinite הטּאה qualitative and massive. They consist of false reasonings, foolish pretexts, and corrupt maxims, by which obstinate transgressors become firmly united to their sins, and persist in dragging after them their iniquities. cords, &c. Which draw on sin by the load. That God has threatened to do certain terrible things to impenitent sinners is admitted, but there lurks in the sinner's heart the idea that God is like certain foolish parents who threaten their children with punishments which they are much too good-natured ever to inflict. - L. I believe neither the rabbins nor Bishop Lowth have hit on the true meaning of this place, the prophet seems to refer to idol sacrifices. Woe to those who draw sin along with cords of deceit, and wickedness as with cart ropes, to those who say, “Let God hurry; let him hasten his work so we may see it. The greatest of sinners often pass unpunished. Let such get from under sin’s cart as soon as they can, otherwise they shall be "holden with the cords (punishments) of their iniquity; they shall die without instruction," &c. [Proverbs 5:22] The devils, as they sinned without a tempter, so they perish without a Saviour. "Eos propheta similes facit homini restiario, qui funem torquet, cannabe addita et contorta, eadem iterans, donec funem in longum duxerit, neque eum liceat protrahi longius." These are the first words that Isaiah himself spoke in this book, and … God’s anger and the Chaldeans’ army against them, Isaiah … The Targum interprets it of such that begin with lesser sins, and increase to more ungodliness; paraphrasing it thus, "woe to them that begin to sin a little, and they go on and increase until that they are strong, and "their" sins "are" as a cart rope;'. Yet the cords that bind them to the huge loads of iniquity they carry are but cords of vanity, of infatuated folly. It will also be lifted … Continue reading "Commentary on Isaiah 2:1-5" and light for darkness,. Isaiah 23:16. Woe unto them that draw iniquity.] Isaiah 5:18 Context. Isaiah 5:18 Woe unto them that draw iniquity with cords of vanity, and sin as it were with a cart rope: Ver. Strangely, the words suggest the mockery of the leaders of Israel who challenged Jesus Christ to come down from the Cross. That draw sin to them, as a beast draweth a cart after it. $3.99 a month puts a library of commentaries, study notes, and Greek & Hebrew language tools right in your pocket. The “cart ropes,” thicker and stronger than the “cords,” represent the extreme stage, when such habits become irresistibly dominant. Iniquity and sin are mentioned here as carrying with them their own punishment. Stay Connected with your favorite Ministry Newsletters and Devotionals. Probably the words may point to some idolatrous procession, in which the chariot of Baal or Ashtaroth was thus drawn by their worshippers, like that of Demêter or Cybele in Greece, or Juggernâth in India. General Mission 61:1-3b The literary motifs of Isaiah 40-55 appear in the background in our text. No entry exists in Forerunner Commentary for Isaiah 5:18. The spirit of the LORD echoes Isaiah 59:21. Yet the, John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, Keil & Delitzsch Old Testament Commentary, Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible, George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary. The word "sin" here, has been sometimes supposed to mean "the punishment" for sin. Pride, in their acts of humiliation, had the upper hand. The third woe is directed against the supposed strong-minded men, who called down the judgment of God by presumptuous sins and wicked words. Hence it is evident that the Lord has good reason for threatening them; for they sin, not only of their own accord, but perversely and obstinately, and, in short, they bind themselves to sin, so that they are without excuse. There is a bitter sarcasm involved in the bold figure employed. They were proud of their unbelief; but this unbelief was like a halter with which, like beasts of burden, they were harnessed to sin, and therefore to the punishment of sin, which they went on drawing further and further, in utter ignorance of the waggon behind them. Here the prophet reproveth and threateneth such, saith an interpreter, (a) as sin without any strong temptation or occasion drawing them thereunto; yea, they draw sin to themselves as with ropes, et quodammodo velut invitum et repugnans cogunt, not remembering that sin haleth hell at the heels of it. (Dan .) And he explains it of sin added to sin, and one sin drawing on another, till the whole comes to an enormous length and magnitude; compared to the work of a rope-maker still increasing and lengthening his rope, with the continued addition of new materials. New American Standard Version. They make a strong "effort" to commit iniquity. We’ve already seen this mountain: “Fair Zion,” abandoned hut, city besieged, center of a land ravaged by war (1:6-8). How could we then trust in His promises? Repentance will be time enough upon a deathbed, or in old age. The Targum interprets it of such that begin with lesser sins, and increase to more ungodliness; paraphrasing it thus, "woe to them that begin to sin a little, and they go on and increase until that they are strong, and "their" sins "are" as a cart rope;''. By cords he means nothing else than the allurements by which men suffer themselves to be deceived, and harden their heart in crimes; for either they ridicule the judgment of God, or they contrive vain excuses, and allege the plea of necessity. He there distinctly forewarns us, that, though He is merciful and gracious, He will "by no means clear the guilty" (Exo ). Or these cords may note the means which they use to accomplish that iniquity which they have devised. with vain and deceitful arguments and pretences, whereby sinners generally draw themselves to sin; among which, one follows in the next verse, to wit, the impunity which they promise to themselves. Look at some of the "cords of vanity" by which men are bound to their iniquities; the exposure of their essential weakness may excite some who are now fettered and bound to make an effort to attain to moral freedom. But the redeemed will walk there, New American Standard Version. "We shall be able to shake ourselves loose from our evil habits by and by." Isaiah 35:8. 6. A rope — With all their might, as beasts commonly do that draw carts with ropes. 2. The Book of the Prophet Isaiah Commentary by A. R. FAUSSET CHAPTER 28 Isa 28:1-29. (18) That draw iniquity with cords of vanity.—The phrase is boldly figurative. Wo unto them … - This is a new denunciation. But as m âshak is also used in Deuteronomy 21:3 in the sense of drawing in a yoke, that is to say, drawing a plough or chariot; and as the waggon or cart ( agâlâh , the word commonly used for a transport-waggon, as distinguished from m ercâbâh , the state carriage or war chariot is expressly mentioned here, the figure employed is certainly the same as that which underlies the New Testament ἑτεροζυγεῖν (“unequally yoked,” 2 Corinthians 6:14). John Trapp Complete Commentary. Jump to: Adam Clarke Commentary; Cords - Or, with cords of lying, as the last word frequently signifies, with vain and deceitful arguments and pretences, whereby … Isaiah feared that he would be consumed since he was in the presence of the purest of all beings. Where, then, is the propriety of describing that by which the sinner binds himself to his sin by such opposite terms? Verse-by-Verse Bible Commentary Isaiah 35:9. New American Standard Version. "‘Sin' in the last clause is parallel with iniquity in the first—a noun and not a verb. Probably the true idea is that of the ancient interpretation of the rabbis, 'An evil inclination is at first like a fine hair string, but the finishing like a cart-rope.' let the counsel of the Holy One of Israel draw near,. 19. Perhaps there could not be found a single sinner who does not secretly cherish in his breast wicked Balaam's desire, "Let me die the death of the righteous, and let my last end be like his!" Another cord is the reflection, "We are no worse than others." Woe to those who drag iniquity with the cords of falsehood, And sin as if with cart ropes; To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, That draw iniquity with cords of vanity -, Woe unto them that draw iniquity with cords of vanity, — [The truly muscular sinners, who put their pluck and power into the business of sin: so that they are like very stout pullers who, draw the greatest cartloads with the strongest of ropes. Verse-by-Verse Bible Commentary Isaiah 53:11. Unite these, and such like cords, and, I suppose, you have the cart ropes, whereby the persons mentioned draw after them much sin and iniquity. Their horns and hoofs were often gilded, and their heads dressed out with fillets and garlands. In this, that in the first clause these bands are regarded from the point of view of a sound judgment, in the second from the point of view of the sinner's experience. 52. Rabbis say, 'An evil inclination is at first like a fine hair-string, but the finishing like a cart rope.' Study Isaiah using Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. Woe unto them that draw iniquity - guilt, incurring punishment. They are harnessed with their falsehoods and their idolatry. The word “cords” means strings of any kind, larger or smaller; and the expression “cords of vanity,” is supposed to mean “small, slender, feeble” strings, like the web of a spider. 2. , "the evil imagination or corruption of nature at first is like a spider's thread, but at last it is like to cart ropes; as it is said, "woe to them that draw iniquity", &c.'. Beware! 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