Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown
days come—one hundred twenty years afterwards. This is the first intimation that the Jews would be carried to Babylon—the first designation of their place of punishment. The general prophecy of Moses (Leviticus 26:33; Deuteronomy 28:64); the more particular one of Ahijah in Jeroboam's time (I Kings 14:15), "beyond the river"; and of Amos 5:27, "captivity beyond Damascus"; are now concentrated in this specific one as to "Babylon" (Micah 4:10). It was an exact retribution in kind, that as Babylon had been the instrument of Hezekiah and Judah's sin, so also it should be the instrument of their punishment.
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