the multitude [hamown] of thy strangers [zuwr]
shall be like small [daq] dust ['abaq], and the multitude [hamown]
of the terrible ones [`ariyts] shall be as
chaff [mots] that passeth away [`abar]: yea, it shall be at an instant [petha`] suddenly [pith'owm]. KJV-Interlinear
5 But the
multitude of your foreign foes shall be like small dust, and the multitude of
the ruthless like passing chaff. And in an instant, suddenly, ESV
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Historically there are examples of the siege of the city of Jerusalem. The siege set by Sennacherib being at the top of the list of dramatic historical events.
And the events will repeat themselves again at the end of history, when Jerusalem will again be surrounded.
Only this time it will be bombarded into near oblivion, as the greater portion of the city’s population will be killed. And yet, the city will never fall into the hands of its enemies.
And the description here is of the enemies of Jerusalem. They will be as the dust and as the chaff.
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