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Go to Bible: Jeremiah 49
 
Jer 49:1

“Milcom.” Milcom was the chief god of the Ammonites. The Israelite tribe of Gad settled in the Transjordan, the area east of the Jordan River (Josh. 13:8, 24-28). Thus, the eastern border of Gad was the west border of Ammon. By the time of Jeremiah, the Northern Kingdom of the Ten Tribes of Israel had been conquered by the Assyrians and deported (2 Kings 17:5-6, 18-20, 24), and so the Ammonites and their gods moved into the area that Gad had occupied.

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Jer 49:2

“her daughters.” The phrase “her daughters” is an idiomatic use of language referring to the daughter cities of Rabbah, the capital of Ammon. The daughter cities are the cities supported by the capital city. This verse is not speaking about burning the women of Ammon, but cities in it.

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Jer 49:3

“Milcom will go into captivity.” It was a common custom for a conquering nation to take back home with them the gods of the defeated nation (cp. Isa. 46:1-2; Jer. 48:7; Hos. 10:5; Dan. 11:8; see commentary on Hos. 10:5).

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“Hazor.” This refers to a Hazor in Arabia, not the commonly known Hazor that is in the territory of the tribe of Naphthali.

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“Hazor.” This refers to a Hazor in Arabia, not the commonly known Hazor that is in the territory of the tribe of Naphthali.

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