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The prophet next described the new order by contrasting Mount Seir with the mountains of Israel. Jehovah announced Himself as against Mount Seir, and as stretching out His hand in order to make it a desolation and an astonishment. The sin of Mount Seir had been perpetual and persistent enmity to the children of Israel, and that even in the time of their calamity. Therefore its judgment would be perpetual desolation. Mount Seir had lusted to possess the lands of Israel and Judah. And because of their envy judgment would fall on them and they would be dispossessed of their own lands, and be made desolate.
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Morgan, G. Campbell. "Commentary on Ezekiel 35". "Morgan's Exposition on the Bible". https://studylight.org/
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