Ezekiel 31:13

“Upon his ruin shall all the fowls of the heaven remain, and all the beasts of the field shall be upon his branches:”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Ezekiel 31:13

Upon his ruine shal all the foules of the heauen remaine, & all the beasts of the field shalbe vpon his branches,
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"On its ruin all the birds of the heavens will dwell, and all the beasts of the field will be on its {fallen} branches
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Upon his ruin all the birds of the heavens shall dwell, and all the beasts of the field shall be upon his branches;
- American Standard Version (1901)

All the birds of heaven have come to rest on his broken stem where it is stretched on the earth, and all the beasts of the field will be on his branches:
- Basic English Bible

Upon his fallen [trunk] do all the fowl of the heavens dwell, and all the beasts of the field are upon his branches:
- Darby Bible

Upon his ruin shall all the fowls of the heaven remain, and all the beasts of the field shall be upon his branches:
- Webster's Bible

On his ruin all the birds of the sky shall dwell, and all the animals of the field shall be on his branches;
- World English Bible

On his ruin dwell do all fowls of the heavens, And on his boughs have been all the beasts of the field,
- Youngs Literal Bible

Upon his carcass all the fowls of the heaven do dwell, and upon his branches are all the beasts of the field;
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Ezekiel 31:13

Wesley's Notes for Ezekiel 31:13


31:11 Him - The proud king of Assyria, Sardanapalus. The mighty one - Arbaces, who first struck at the root of this Cedar, might well be styled the mighty one of the heathen, since he could bring together four hundred thousand of Medes, Persians, Babylonians, and Arabians.

31:12 Strangers - Foreigners.

31:14 To the end - All this is designed to be a warning to mortals. All the trees - The emperors, kings, or flourishing states. By the waters - Planted most commodiously, and furnished most abundantly with power and wealth. The children of men - As common men, of no quality or distinction.

31:15 He - The king of Assyria. A mourning - There was much lamentation. Fainted - Probably there were portentous signs in the sea, and great waters, and the rivers, and among the trees.


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