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“the Shephelah.” The Shephelah is the region of low rolling hills between the flat and narrow coastal plain and the inner hill country of Judah and Ephraim.

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“hear.” In this instance, the word “hear” has the pregnant sense of not just hearing, but then paying attention to and obeying what God said. The people did not want to obey, they wanted to do what they were doing—sinning and defying God—so they did not “hear” Him.

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“I will not listen.” God does not hear prayers simply because people pray. Everyone sins, but some people are prideful and unrepentant about their sin, and God will not listen to the prayers of wicked and unrepentant people; those prayers are an abomination to Him (Prov. 28:9). It is the prayer of a righteous person that accomplishes much (James 5:16). There are a number of verses that say God does not answer the prayers of the wicked (cp.Job 35:12-13; Prov. 15:29; Isa. 1:15; 59:1-2; Ezek. 8:17-18; Micah 3:4; Zech. 7:12-13; and James 4:3). [For more on God not hearing the prayers of the wicked or honoring their sacrifices, see commentary on Amos 5:22].

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