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“rebelling before the eyes of his glory.” This phrase is unique in the Old Testament and very powerful. “The eyes of” means to be in the sight of, or in the presence of. The people were rebelling openly, right before God’s very eyes. The word “glory” often indicates the presence of God. The phrase means that the people were rebelling against God right in His very presence, right where He could see it. So their rebellion was a purposeful, hardhearted, rebellion against God and His ways.

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Isa 3:18

“the crescent necklaces.” Crescent shaped ornaments, like the crescent moon, were used in ancient times to ward off evil spirits. It was quite common for women, especially young women, to wear the crescent moon as an apotropaic amulet to provide protection from evil and evil spirits, which is why it is mentioned here in Isaiah 3:18 as an ornament worn by women. Sometimes the crescent moon was also put on camels (see commentary on Judg. 8:21).

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