KJV ISA47 with Strong's Hebrew/GreekISA46.htm ISA48.htm
47:1 Come down [H3381] , and sit [H3427] in the dust [H6083] , O virgin [H1330] daughter [H1323] of Babylon [H894] , sit [H3427] on the ground [H776] : [there is] no throne [H3678] , O daughter [H1323] of the Chaldeans [H3778] : for thou shalt no more [H3254] be called [H7121] tender [H7390] and delicate [H6028] .
47:2 Take [H3947] the millstones [H7347] , and grind [H2912] meal [H7058] : uncover [H1540] thy locks [H6777] , make bare [H2834] the leg [H7640] , uncover [H1540] the thigh [H7785] , pass over [H5674] the rivers [H5104] .
47:3 Thy nakedness [H6172] shall be uncovered [H1540] , yea, thy shame [H2781] shall be seen [H7200] : I will take [H3947] vengeance [H5359] , and I will not meet [H6293] [thee as] a man [H120] .
47:4 [As for] our redeemer [H1350] , the LORD [H3068] of hosts [H6635] [is] his name [H8034] , the Holy One [H6918] of Israel [H3478] .
47:5 Sit [H3427] thou silent [H1748] , and get [H935] thee into darkness [H2822] , O daughter [H1323] of the Chaldeans [H3778] : for thou shalt no more [H3254] be called [H7121] , The lady [H1404] of kingdoms [H4467] .
47:6 I was wroth [H7107] with my people [H5971] , I have polluted [H2490] mine inheritance [H5159] , and given [H5414] them into thine hand [H3027] : thou didst shew [H7760] them no mercy [H7356] ; upon the ancient [H2205] hast thou very [H3966] heavily [H3513] laid thy yoke [H5923] .
47:7 And thou saidst [H559] , I shall be a lady [H1404] for ever [H5769] : [so] that thou didst not lay [H7760] these [things] to thy heart [H3820] , neither didst remember [H2142] the latter end [H319] of it.
47:8 Therefore hear [H8085] now this, [thou that art] given to pleasures [H5719] , that dwellest [H3427] carelessly [H983] , that sayest [H559] in thine heart [H3824] , I [am], and none else [H657] beside me; I shall not sit [H3427] [as] a widow [H490] , neither shall I know [H3045] the loss of children [H7908] :
47:9 But these two [H8147] [things] shall come [H935] to thee in a moment [H7281] in one [H259] day [H3117] , the loss of children [H7908] , and widowhood [H489] : they shall come [H935] upon thee in their perfection [H8537] for the multitude [H7230] of thy sorceries [H3785] , [and] for the great [H3966] abundance [H6109] of thine enchantments [H2267] .
47:10 For thou hast trusted [H982] in thy wickedness [H7451] : thou hast said [H559] , None seeth [H7200] me. Thy wisdom [H2451] and thy knowledge [H1847] , it hath perverted [H7725] thee; and thou hast said [H559] in thine heart [H3820] , I [am], and none else [H657] beside me.(perverted: or, caused thee to turn away)
47:11 Therefore shall evil [H7451] come [H935] upon thee; thou shalt not know [H3045] from whence it riseth [H7837] : and mischief [H1943] shall fall [H5307] upon thee; thou shalt not be able [H3201] to put it off [H3722] : and desolation [H7722] shall come [H935] upon thee suddenly [H6597] , [which] thou shalt not know [H3045] .(from: Heb. the morning thereof)(put: Heb. expiate)
47:12 Stand [H5975] now with thine enchantments [H2267] , and with the multitude [H7230] of thy sorceries [H3785] , wherein [H834] thou hast laboured [H3021] from thy youth [H5271] ; if so be thou shalt be able [H3201] to profit [H3276] , if so be thou mayest prevail [H6206] .
47:13 Thou art wearied [H3811] in the multitude [H7230] of thy counsels [H6098] . Let now the astrologers [H1895] [H8064] , the stargazers [H2374] [H3556] , the monthly [H2320] prognosticators [H3045] , stand up [H5975] , and save [H3467] thee from [these things] that shall come [H935] upon thee.(astrologers: Heb. viewers of the heavens)(the monthly: Heb. that give knowledge concerning the months)
47:14 Behold, they shall be as stubble [H7179] ; the fire [H784] shall burn [H8313] them; they shall not deliver [H5337] themselves [H5315] from the power [H3027] of the flame [H3852] : [there shall] not [be] a coal [H1513] to warm [H2552] at, [nor] fire [H217] to sit [H3427] before it.(themselves: Heb. their souls)
47:15 Thus shall they be unto thee with whom thou hast laboured [H3021] , [even] thy merchants [H5503] , from thy youth [H5271] : they shall wander [H8582] every one [H376] to his quarter [H5676] ; none shall save [H3467] thee.