Then shall his mind change, and he shall transgress, and offend, ascribing this his power unto his god.
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George Leo Haydock
Spirit; viz., the spirit of the king of Babylon. It alludes to the judgment of God upon Nabuchodonosor, recorded Daniel iv., and to the speedy fall of the Chaldean empire. (Challoner)
It shall yield to the Medes, after conquering the Assyrians. (Worthington)
Fall. Hebrew, "sin. "Septuagint, "obtain pardon. "
God: "idol "Chaldean. "This is the strength of my God "Septuagint. God forced the proud king to confess that his great exploits were not to be attributed to himself or to idols. (Haydock) ...