"behold, I send my fury against thee, O wicked king;''
and is applicable enough to the man of sin, that monster of pride, that exalts himself above all that is called God, or is worshipped, 2 Thessalonians 2:4; and therefore it is no wonder that the Lord is against him, who resists all that are proud; and woe to him and them that he is against:
for the day is come, the time that I will visit thee; in a way of vindictive wrath and justice, for pride and other this; see Jeremiah 50:27.
(i) Heb. "superbia", Schmidt; vel "vir superbiae", Piscator; so Abarbinel.