N A H U M.
This chapter goes on with the burden of Nineveh,
and concludes it. I. The sins of that great city are charged upon
it, murder (ver. 1), whoredom
and witchcraft (ver. 4), and
a general extent of wickedness, ver.
19. II. Judgments are here threatened against it, blood
for blood (ver. 2, 3), and
shame for shameful sins, ver.
5-7. III. Instances are given of the like desolations
brought upon other places for the like sins, ver. 8-11. IV. The overthrow of all those
things which they depended upon, and put confidence in, is
foretold, ver. 12-19.