1 a For the Moabites were so cruel against the King of Edom that they burnt his bones after that he was dead: which delcared their barbarous rage, seing they wolde reuenge them selues of the dead.
4 b Seing the Gentiles, that had not so farre knowledge were thus punished, Judah which was so fully instructed of the Lordes will might not thinke to escape.
6 c If he spare not Judah vnto whome his promises were made, much more he wil not sparethis degenerate kingdome.
6 d They estemed most vile bribes more then lives.
8 g They spoile others and offer thereof vnto God, thinking that he wil dispense with them, when he is made partaker of their inquitie.
8 f Thinking by these ceremonies, that is, by sacrificing, and being nere mine altar, they may excuse all their other wickednes.
9 h The destruction of their enemies & his mercie toward them shulde haue caused their heartes to melt for loue toward him.
11 i Ye cotemned my benefites & abused my graces & creaftely went about to stop the mouthes of my Prophetes.