New International Version
our oxen will draw heavy loads. There will be no breaching of walls, no going into captivity, no cry of distress in our streets.
King James Bible
That our oxen may be strong to labour; that there be no breaking in, nor going out; that there be no complaining in our streets.
Darby Bible Translation
Our kine laden [with young]; no breaking in and no going forth, and no outcry in our streets.
World English Bible
Our oxen will pull heavy loads. There is no breaking in, and no going away, and no outcry in our streets.
Young's Literal Translation
Our oxen are carrying, there is no breach, And there is no outgoing, And there is no crying in our broad places.
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CommentaryClarke's Commentary on the Bible
Our oxen may be strong to labor - We have not only an abundance of cattle; but they are of the most strong and vigorous breed.
No breaking in - So well ordered is the police of the kingdom, that there are no depredations, no robbers, house-breakers, or marauding parties, in the land; no sudden incursions of neighboring tribes or banditti breaking into fields or houses, carrying away property, and taking with them the people to sell them into captivity: there is no such breaking in, and no such going out, in the nation. My enemies are either become friends, and are united with me in political interests; or are, through fear, obliged to stand aloof.
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
strong to labour. Heb. able to bear burdens, or loaden with flesh.
no breaking in
LibrarySermons on Selected Lessons of the Gospels.
Adoption, a sonship higher than that of nature, 255; frequently mentioned in Holy Scripture, 255, 256; the term of ancient use among the Jews, 256; "raising up seed to brother," 256; used by St. Paul to express the mystery of our adoption in Christ, 256. Adversary, to be agreed with and delivered from, 442; not so Satan, 442; the Law our, so long as we our own, 443; must agree with, by obedience, and so made no longer adversary, 443. Affliction, blessing …
Saint Augustine—sermons on selected lessons of the new testament
The Resemblance Between the Old Testament and the New.
2 Kings 25:10
The whole Babylonian army under the commander of the imperial guard broke down the walls around Jerusalem.
2 Kings 25:11
Nebuzaradan the commander of the guard carried into exile the people who remained in the city, along with the rest of the populace and those who had deserted to the king of Babylon.
Where there are no oxen, the manger is empty, but from the strength of an ox come abundant harvests.
In the streets they cry out for wine; all joy turns to gloom, all joyful sounds are banished from the earth.
"Judah mourns, her cities languish; they wail for the land, and a cry goes up from Jerusalem.
This is what the Sovereign LORD says to Israel: "Your city that marches out a thousand strong will have only a hundred left; your town that marches out a hundred strong will have only ten left."
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