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Ezekiel 32:9

    Ezekiel 32:9 Translations

    King James Version (KJV)

    I will also vex the hearts of many people, when I shall bring thy destruction among the nations, into the countries which thou hast not known.

    American King James Version (AKJV)

    I will also vex the hearts of many people, when I shall bring your destruction among the nations, into the countries which you have not known.

    American Standard Version (ASV)

    I will also vex the hearts of many peoples, when I shall bring thy destruction among the nations, into the countries which thou hast not known.

    Basic English Translation (BBE)

    And the hearts of numbers of peoples will be troubled, when I send your prisoners among the nations, into a country which is strange to you.

    Webster's Revision

    I will also vex the hearts of many peoples, when I shall bring thy destruction among the nations, into the countries which thou hast not known.

    World English Bible

    I will also trouble the hearts of many peoples, when I shall bring your destruction among the nations, into the countries which you have not known.

    English Revised Version (ERV)

    I will also vex the hearts of many peoples, when I shall bring thy destruction among the nations, into the countries which thou hast not known.

    Definitions for Ezekiel 32:9

    Vex - To trouble; disturb.

    Clarke's Commentary on Ezekiel 32:9

    I will also vex the hearts - Even the remote nations, who had no connection with thee, shall be amazed at the judgments which have fallen upon thee.

    Barnes' Notes on Ezekiel 32:9

    When I shall bring thy destruction - i. e., the news of thy destruction. The phenomena here mentioned are the accompaniments of "the day of the Lord" Joel 2:10; Luke 21:25 or the day of judgment. The fall of Pharaoh represents the fall of the world-power before the sovereignty of God.

    Wesley's Notes on Ezekiel 32:9

    32:9 Thy destruction - The fame of it. Not known - Such as were strangers to Egypt, shall be troubled with apprehension of what mischief may come upon the world from so mighty a conqueror.