Isaiah 5:1

Now will I sing to my well-beloved a song of my beloved regarding his vineyard. My well-beloved has a vineyard on a very fruitful hill:
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
My cousin. So the prophet calls Christ, as being of his family and kindred, by descending from the house of David. (Challoner) (Menochius) Hebrew and Septuagint, "beloved. "Dod may also mean a near relation. (Calmet) Isaias being of the same tribe, sets before us the lamentations of Christ over Jerusalem, Luke xix. 41. (Worthington) The Hebrews had canticles of sorrow, as well as of joy. The prophet thus endeavours to impress more deeply on the minds of the people what he had been saying. The master of the vineyard is God himself, ver. 7. (Calmet) Hill. Literally, in the horn, the son of oil. (Challoner) The best vines grew among olive and fig trees. (Doubdan 21.) Septuagint, "in a horn, (mountain) in a fat soil. "(Haydock)

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

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