2 Kings 25:30

And his allowance was a regular allowance given him from the king, a daily portion for every day, all the days of his life.
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Clement Of Alexandria

AD 215
In the twelfth year of king Zedekiah, seventy years before the dominance of the Persians, Nebuchadnezzar campaigned against the Phoenicians and Jews, as Berossus says in his “Researches on the Chaldeans.” Juba, writing “On the Assyrians,” admits that he took his account from Berossus, testifying to its accuracy. Nebuchadnezzar blinded Zedekiah and removed him to Babylon, deporting the whole people except a few who escaped to Egypt. The captivity lasted for seventy years. Jeremiah and Habakkuk continued to prophesy under Zedekiah, and in the fifth year of his reign Ezekiel was prophesying in Babylon. After him came the prophet Nahum, then Daniel, and again after him, Haggai and Zechariah prophesied for two years under Darius I, and after him, one of the twelve, the Herald. - "Stromateis 1.122.1–4"

George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
His life, may be referred to Evilmerodach, unless Joachin was involved in his disgrace, and perished at the same time. Perhaps the king of Juda did not always eat at the table of Evilmerodach, but received his meat from it, as was customary. (Syriac) (Calmet) He received all that was necessary to support his household, daily. (Grotius) In Jeremias lii. 34., until the day of his death, seems to be an useless "tautology "which is omitted here, and in "our oldest manuscript "says Kennicott; who observes that whoever will compare these passages, "will find many variations, and some corruptions. "But most of them may be easily explained, ver. 3, 8, 27 (Haydock)

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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