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Jeremiah 46:12

    Jeremiah 46:12 Translations

    King James Version (KJV)

    The nations have heard of thy shame, and thy cry hath filled the land: for the mighty man hath stumbled against the mighty, and they are fallen both together.

    American King James Version (AKJV)

    The nations have heard of your shame, and your cry has filled the land: for the mighty man has stumbled against the mighty, and they are fallen both together.

    American Standard Version (ASV)

    The nations have heard of thy shame, and the earth is full of thy cry; for the mighty man hath stumbled against the mighty, they are fallen both of them together.

    Basic English Translation (BBE)

    Your shame has come to the ears of the nations, and the earth is full of your cry: for the strong man is falling against the strong, they have come down together.

    Webster's Revision

    The nations have heard of thy shame, and the earth is full of thy cry; for the mighty man hath stumbled against the mighty, they are fallen both of them together.

    World English Bible

    The nations have heard of your shame, and the earth is full of your cry; for the mighty man has stumbled against the mighty, they are fallen both of them together.

    English Revised Version (ERV)

    The nations have heard of thy shame, and the earth is full of thy cry: for the mighty man hath stumbled against the mighty, they are fallen both of them together.

    Clarke's Commentary on Jeremiah 46:12

    The nations have heard of thy shame - Of thy disgrace, by this prodigious slaughter of thy troops.

    Barnes' Notes on Jeremiah 46:12

    The land - The earth; the world rings with the cry of grief.

    Against the mighty - Against the mighty man, i. e., one mighty man against another. The champions hired to fight Egypt's battle get in one another's way, and so are slaughtered together.

    Wesley's Notes on Jeremiah 46:12

    46:12 Stumbled - Stumbling one upon another, so that both those that went before, and those who followed after, should fall together.