In my last post, we continued our look at God’s Judgment on Y’hudah and Yerushalayim ~ Part 2 beginning in Yesha’yahu 3:8-15. In this post, we conclude our examination of God’s Judgment on Y’hudah and Yerushalayim in Part 3 covering Yesha’yahu 3:16-4:1.
In ancient society, a woman’s wardrobe was frequently a barometer of society. In this passage which is about to unravel, the women dressed seductively. The little cymbals they wore on their feet caused others to turn and see them. The jewelry, headbands, and costly material were all meant to entice. And because of the moral vacuum of their society, not only would their beauty be lost, but they would have to deal with some brutal consequences – not because God would punish them but because, by ignoring His ways and His Word, they would bring a plague upon themselves.
“16 Moreover Adonai says: “Because Tziyon’s…
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