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Because of Israel's sins its inhabitants will mourn. This confirms our suspicion that the prophets generally reserved this terminology for the suffering of their own land and people. When they depicted the judgment of Yahweh on foreign nations, for the most part, they drew upon other terminology. 77 If the claim for prophetic reinterpretation of Isaianic oracles can be sustained, then the choise of nbl is understandable. The verb 'nh (always in Niphal), appears twelve times in the OT. Except for the general reference in Prov.
6-8, which would have been impossible in either instance. Rather, this pericope, perhaps derived from an older body of material and modified by the author, was then employed to introduce the announcement of the victory of Yahweh and the deliverance of his people. 2. The Defeat of the Hostile Powers The expression sb'hmrwm has elicited numerous conjectures as to its identity. Ibn Ezra, Duhm, Gray, Procksch, Rudolph, and Kaiser interpret the phrase in the light of Dan. 23 J. 24 F. 19; Ps. 25 J. 26 Finally, Wildberger, Kessler, Henry, Fohrer, and Kissane regard the expression as a reference either to stars or astral worship (Deut.
W. Rudolph is one of the few interpreters who have seen this allusion to Jerusalem. 67 H. Wildberger fails to see the epithetic nature of this phrase. Rather he suggests that the author of the 'addition' (w. 68 But such a view suggests a disjointed thought pattern: from the city (10-1 Ib) to the earth (lie), and back to the city (12). But if the phrase, msws h'rs, is seen as an epithet for the city, then the entire pericope focuses on the city. One suspects that Wildberger's assumption about the universal focus of this material has prevented him from seeing the special nuances that the author undoubtedly intended.
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