Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown
both . . . to do mischief—each to the other.
speak lies at one table—They shall, under the semblance of intimacy, at Memphis try to deceive one another (see on Daniel 11:3; Daniel 11:25).
it shall not prosper—Neither of them shall carry his point at this time.
yet the end shall be—"the end" of the contest between them is reserved for "the time appointed" (Daniel 11:29-30).
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