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Isa 23:1

“burden.” The word of the Lord can be a burden to the prophet, and then, when it is spoken, can be a burden to the people. It might have been more clear in the English to say “burdensome message” instead of “burden,” but the Hebrew word is “burden.” [For more information on “burden,” see commentary on Malachi 1:1].

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“prostitute herself with all the kingdoms of the world.” Pagan religions often include ritual sex, and both physical and spiritual prostitution is involved in pagan religions, and the seaport city of Tyre would have contact with many different pagan religions.

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