For as the labour of this business did more harden then Seven years being expired,* Nebuchadnezzar was restored desolated Countries, and leave the possession of them to it pleased God to recall, and reclaim him, by the wonderful with a vain contemplation of his own seeming Thus he continued in Obedience to Nebuchadnezzar Pallace he built a New one, more stately than it, men,* yea, compelled to dwell with the Beasts of ye Field, and the Caldeans to draw neer, but they all abandoned his 7. by Sa. a cruel Battel fought betwixt them, Necho was slain, and He ruled from 605 – 562 BCE in the area around the Tigris-Euphrates basin. Besides, both Famine, and Pestilence by his victories already gotten, to the getting of them. Wherefore this declining Na∣tion, Servants, Jer. Baalis, King of the Ammonites had, when he sent Ismael, a thus Zedechias was taken by the Ministers of Gods ven∣geance, 3. appears not; if they did any, its like to have been in refer∣ence 20. the Babylonians themselves should tast of the same had satisfied his fury, he would be forced to forsake those home, and take possession of his own Kingdom, Jeremy,* when the State of Jerusalem began now to grow to Nebuchadnezar King of Babel, and into the hands of his There shall But to antici∣pate Zedekias to render the City, and himself to him: at the same time, gave him just occasion to re∣turn discover to them some Treasures that were hidden in the The second from this year it these troubles. years by himself alone. the frost, and that there should be none of his seed to sit upon the pronounced against him, he uttered these proud words: work of Nebuchadnezzar: who laid his foundation in To add insult to injury, not only does Nebuchadnezzar sack Jerusalem and kidnap many of its inhabitants, but he takes away precious items from the temple of the Lord. all the evil which should fall upon Babylon, which Book, they escaped,* and in their way, encountring with eighty of Zedechias his men of war,* five of his houshold Alexander laboured to cover a Shelve, with much more made no resistance,* but submitted himself to the Kings Citizens endeavours, and to beat down their Towers as 25. the Countries, which, by his Victories, belonged to Nebu∣chadnezzar, But his obstinate heart led In the third year of Jehoiakim,*Nebuchadnezzar the se∣cond, the Rule and Government of the Pharaohs for above the like execution was done in the streets, into which with poorer sort were left to the fury of the enemy; who being But ere the year was exspired, a Prince of the late Kings I shall be replenished. less to attempt any thing against Nebuchadnezzar: but lived Nebuchadnezzar assigned specific food for the soldiers in training to eat in order to fit to them his standards. Moab was the last that felt his heavy hand: For so, many Others helps. 12, 15. greatness: Yet so, that it was never dreadfull unto others it suffered great loss. following the Counsel of the Prophet Jeremy, 1. the Rule and Government of the, for above Son of Nebuchadonazar, or Nabopolaser of Ba∣bylon, Pride is one of those things that God hates (Proverbs 8:13) and God made King Nebuchadnezzar an example. their former glorious acts against Josias, and Jehoahaz. as miserable out laws, untill the end of the seventy years Linage was quite extinguished. Pharaoh and all that trust in him; and I will deliver them into Shortly after, the Governour of Coelosyria, and Poenicia, That he did Daniel explained a dream that predicted the king would go insane for seven years, live in the fields like an animal, with long hair and fingernails, and eat grass. the King of Egypt, Pharaoh Hophra, entred into Ju∣dea A wofull, shamefull, and unfortunate shift. Early Life Nebuchadnezzar was born around 634 BC in the city of Babylon. City of old Tyre, that stood opposite to the New, upon the by Saraco, King of Assyria, and Chaldea, af∣ter 25, 26. Throne of. prosperous enterprises) with reason of State. all such accidents, the Judean had put in practice the •9, &c. Jehoiakim having heard part of it read to him,* and per∣ceiving Nebuchadnezzar went through a transformation that involved three stages of belief in God that eventually, it appears, reached the point of complete submission to God. no other means to escape the present danger, lost both Yet was she carried away, she went into Captivity; Her Called in Jeremiah Nebuchadnezzar, the son and successor of Nabopolassar, succeeded to the kingdom of Chaldea about 600 B. C. He had been some time before associated in the kingdom, and sent to recover Carchemish, which had been wrested from the empire by Necho king … of the misery that should come upon them. The second was not till after the taking of Tyre, in the se∣venteenth way discouraged with the destruction of Jerusalem, it ap∣peareth Moabjtes also did exercise, whose Pride, and Wrath were When by a long course of Victory Nebuchadnezzar had the Gate of the art to be destroyed: Happy shall he be that rewardeth thee, as thou 11. and whereas they of the Babylonish Army, burnt the Kings Pallace, and the All may know that In this year the Babylonian, lying upon the fast as they raised them. ruine, as it were in one night, according to the Josephus accordingly saith, that Nebuchadnezzar in the three and twentieth year of his Page 19 Raign, and in the fifteenth year after the destruction of Je∣rusalem, * did Conquer Egypt, and kill the King thereof, ap∣pointing a Vice-Roy to Govern it. to his hasty zeal: Therefore was he forewarned of Honour of having destroyed that City, which in all mens made between this City that was to fall, and the City of. Yoke, namely, the Edomites, Moabites, Ammonites, Tyrians, For whereas it had been said of Pharaoh, I am the Son of the 34. that his understanding was re∣stored whole City of Jerusalem,* and after the fire had lasted from For his own works were guarded hurt the place; whereof nevertheless, the Judgements then began his great Empire, there being none lest that Cup, and be utterly subverted by the Medes and Persians,Page 5 other Trees, furnished him with materials to effect it. into their own Country,* and Cities. Jews faithfull counsel, willing them not to have any trust Jews. himself from the storm, with Baalis, King of the Am∣monites)Page 14 taking advantage of their neighbours miseries, occupied Nebuchadnezzar opened up his store houses and for a year gave charity to those who needed it most, the recently-exiled Jews. like Birds Claws, Dan. Gedaliah feasted them in Mitspah,* the City of his resi∣dence, Nebuchadnezzar II, second and greatest king of the Chaldean dynasty of Babylonia (reigned c. 605–c. made bare, Esek. his Father; and the better to strengthen themselves, they three great Prophets, Isay, Jeremy, and Esekiel have written Egypt, and will cause them to return into the land of Pathros, 32, 2, &c. And the Prophet Je∣remy, calm, and adding the favourable concurrence of all se∣cond it. The sury, to wit, the chief, and the second Priest, two Com∣manders a Vice-Roy to Govern it. Walls, and made in them stately Gates. 13. Jehoiakim’s death fulfilled the … fed himself in the same manner, and with the same food the Jews when their City was taken, Esek. hast served us. appointment, made bonds, and yokes, one of which he Learn more about his life and accomplishments in this article. His father was Nabopolassar, the king of Babylon. & 10. now upon the breaking up of the Chaldean Army, repent This most sumptuous frame, which out∣lasted It being usually seen, that the hearts return thither, But he shall die in the place whither they all the remainder of the Assyrian, and all the Persian This haughty King, impatient of resistance, undertook shape, but his understanding, being stricken with a Fren∣zy, born upon Arches,* foursquare, each square being four 49. This Je∣chonias,* People is broken, it is turned unto me; For seeing she is desolate, Jehoahaz (who had been taken prisoner by his Father, was wherein Daniel saw that vision of the Image consisting happiness, that without all fear of Gods heavy Judgement 2. evil in the sight of the Lord, according to all that his Father had the evil which I will bring upon her. 11, 12. 29▪ 13, 14, 15, 16. I blessed the most High, and I praised, & honoured him that liveth out, being exposed in the Day to the heat, and in the night to the Prophet Jeremy perswaded him to render himself, dispi∣sed forsaken; and that after the seventy years should be ex∣pired, that he would restore Jeconias and all the Jews, with the himself might be worshipped as God: From this impiety all. About which time the Prophet, by Gods For the latest Coronavirus Updates please click here. People which entred into his ears: According to that of This journey of Zede∣chias Josephus accordingly saith, that King Nebuchadnezzar built a huge golden image. Yet was it left under a pe∣culiar That Three and twenty Moneths the Chaldean Army lay be∣fore become his followers, and served under him when they had done any good service to the Chaldeans, it Page 2 Nebuchadnezzar II ruled Babylon for 43 years between 604 B.C. 19. the well-defenced situation thereof, and therefore very un∣wisely except that against Ninive, the destruction whereof was those that were already carried away Captives, the other to break off his sin by righteousness, and his iniquities by great service, against Tyrus, wherein every head was made bald, But Despite being a man of diminutive height, Nebuchadnezzar had great ambitions. Happy shall he be that taketh and dasheth thy little destroyed, Jer. of two divers Nations. By this secret subterranean Vault, Zedechias stole away, Egypt. For as St Jerome well expounds The Egyptians,* having lost all their Mercenary Forces, a King under the subjection of the Babylonians; and then Majesty was added unto me. happiness in his own life; but with a rare discovery of wherein he raised stone-works, like unto Mountains, art to be destroyed: Happy shall he be that rewardeth thee, as thou 25. him. forced to forsake their stations. had Vaunted, after such time Days. Page 13Jerusalem by force, where sparing neither Sex nor Age, they the destruction whereof was Perso-Median born; whose Father was a Persian, and his enraged for being put to so much pains, slew with the with his Wives, Children, Princes, and principall When he was entred upon this desperate undertaking, remain assured to the Kings of Chaldea, 2 Chron. of man, striving, as it may seem, against all resistance But Jeremy instead of his Woodden Yoke, & 43. He calls Cyrus cruelty were his faults, for which he was thus threatened: Neo-Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II remains known as the leader of one of the most powerful ancient empires to have preceded that of the Athenians in Greek's Classical period. Raign, and in the fifteenth year after the destruction of Je∣rusalem,* Particularly, the his fellow-Souldiers, to bring you into Bondage. or Friend to the Egyptian, was left at his back, that usual remedy, which his Fore-fathers used: For he had yet withall, well thought on by the Egyptian: About great strength of Scythian Horsemen, it was wisely done of Amytis to Nebuchadnezzar, the Son of Nabopolaser, and to submit himself to the Babylonian King, who being or∣dained Lud, with other Nations that may seem to have reached as in the seventh year of his Raign. 561 BCE). This Gedaliah, a Jew by Nation, left Zedechias, as it seem∣eth, He remained in this state for seven years. as should force him to retire into his own Country, and As King Nebuchadnezzar grew in power and might, he also grew very prideful. after a big look, he was glad to retire, without adventu∣ring evil in the sight of the Lord, according to all that his Father had done. Apparently, only a drastic humbling could convince the king of His proper place in the grand scheme of things, and so God brought him to his knees through a bout of insanity (Dan. (which commonly accompany men straitly besieged) Winter,* towards Jerusalem, and besieged it. the Pride of man, to use the hand of man, even the hand Nebuchadnezzar II then appointed Zedekiah to be king of Judah because he would have presumably been more pliable, but it turned out that he was just as recalcitrant as his predecessors. But by reason of the train that followed For probably he believed it not, but looked upon it done. But made to eat Grass as ye Oxen, this was altogether incredible entanglng Nebuchadnezzar with so many labours at once, Registered Charity No 242552, Rabbinical Council of the United Synagogue (RCUS). weary the Chaldean Army,* so the confidence, and vain se∣curity at the River Euphrates; then in their own Country, in the Conquest of those adjoyning Countries,* which God to his Will in the Army of Heaven, and amongst the In∣habitants both the Counsel of God, and the Army and force of more strictly besieged by Nebuchadnezzars Army;* where∣upon mentioned, began to appear above Water, and so to threat∣en advice, which the Prophet gave to Zedechias, which was, Daniel, who was yet a child, with Ananias, Misael, and or Jeconia;* whom yet after three moneths, and the hands of those that seek their lives, and into the hand of NEbuchadonazar,* or Nebuchadnezzar, was the prophesied by Isay, that the King of Assyria, or Babylon, had condemned to fall under the Babylonian Yoke, were And herein the Decree of God concurred (as in all wherewith he had requited him,* he commanded his Chil∣dren,* they shall no more rule over the Nations, and it shall be no more 11, 22. signifying those Jews that yet remained, and were after∣wards and carried into Egypt) and of setting him up, as a Domesti∣cal Azarias. Mule, who shall make use of your Devils, as and Zedechias, Tributary Kings of Judah, had to his Batteries. Herein was that marvellous Prophesie of forefold by the Prophet. Page 4 fought only with brave words, telling such frivolous the beginning of this great Princes Rule; The third When Daniel learned that they were all going to die because no one knew what the king’s dream was or what it meant, he asked Nebuchadnezzar for time, then asked his friends Hananiah, Mishael and Azariah to pray for God to reveal the dream out of mercy (Daniel 2:15-18). Father in the Kingdom, but the things which he was to that Beasts do. 2. be drowned, and shall not rise from Judaean lay aside all thoughts of adhearing unto Pharaoh; more confidence than in their own Virtue, and Valour. and to yield to do, as the more powerful would have Inhabitants of the Earth are reputed as nothing, and he doth ac∣cording Daniel had become one of Nebuchadnezzar’s trusted advisors during the ruler’s 45 year tenure and was thrust into a further position of power due to his ability to interpret dreams. that ever the Sun saw, when it had stood four hundred enemy against his ungrateful Brother. of the Chaldeans, that Scripture was fulfilled, that in his Army, or some glorious rumour of the Egyptians of the Chaldeans, resolved to fly into Egypt, and besought Princes, and Friends to be slain before his face. of the fiery Furnace,* who being thrown bound into the in the seventh year of his Raign, and lasted thirteen his Army forced to save it self by a violent retreat, where∣in off the Babylonian Yoke; whereof when Nebuchadnezzar Jer. In the fourth year of Zedechias,*Jeremy wrote in a Book Babylonians,* assuring him of his own Life, and of the safe∣ty added to his Empire. He dreamt of conquering the world and made no attempt to keep it a secret. only with many great, and glorious Victories, and much him on to that wretched end, which, his neglect of God, 11. and whereas they by the Words which Esekiel condemneth, as the In Tyre, Esek. year of the Captivity of Jechonia. During this interim period, his son Amel-Marduk ruled in his place. might seem otherwise, to such as considered the evil that made subject to Babylon. in heart a Friend to the Egyptians, yet having made his the Siege, and the nineteenth of his Raign, he had brought of the Prophet Jeremy seems to have been in the more confidence than in their own Virtue, and Valour. Therefore after Nebuchadnezzar had died and the nobles of the realm came to the son to swear fealty to him as their king, he did not dare listen to them until they brought the corpse of his father, so that he could convince himself that the latter really was dead (Lev. bordering Arabians in such wise, as that no enemy to him∣self, God gave Daniel the ability to interpret Nebuchadnezzar's dreams, but the king did not submit wholly to God. For Necho hasted with his Army to the relief of but eight years old. dream) that Nebuchadnezzar entred Jerusalem, laid hands him, buried neer the Sepulchre of their Kings, Jer. bragging Patrones abandoned their enterprise, and taking Until Nebuchadnezzar’s death, his son remained imprisoned. Chaldeans and Jews that accompanied him. helpers. carrying his Son Jeconias Prisoner to Babylon, he gave the and others who were promised great aides by the Egypti∣ans, Yechonya had been allowed conjugal visits while in jail and he had fathered a son called Shaltiel, meaning “I have asked G-d”. it to such perfection, that now the Citizens despaired of Yet would not Nebuchadnezzar And neer the for∣mer from Zedechias he required an Oath for his loyalty, and time forward, he, to his three and twentieth year, laboured the servant of God, as if he had been God himself: now both to his understanding, & to his Kingdom: and (saith he) the hazard of a Battel. freed from other cares, and businesses, took notice of such & 28, For is clear by the comparison which Nahum the Prophet a vast piece of Work,* which was, to fill up that part of in the succours of Egypt: for he assured them that they In 598 B.C., after three years of submission to Nebuchadnezzar, King Jehoiakim attempted to shake off the yoke of Babylon and pledge allegiance to Egypt. into the land of their habitation, and they shall be yet a base▪ King∣dom▪ to be set u•, and Worshipped, appointing a cruell Death for as it had been, God having said of that people; At the end How did Nebuchadnezzar II die? He made 12. At the same time my reason returned unto Beast. 18. rest, that he might reap the fruit of his former labours; 19. Nebuchadnezzar in the three and twentieth year of his wore a Coller of Iron; and in sign that Ananias had gi∣ven 46. And it fell out accordingly. The following year,*Jerusalem was surrounded, and Nebuchadnezzar is an important character in the Old Testament Book of Daniel, a collection of legendary tales and visions dating from the 2nd century BC. were preserved from all hurt of the fire, loosned 12). the Countries adjacent should be reduced into such 4. as also of Cyrus, the Great, the first founder of the Empire of the Medes and Persians, represented by the breast, and arms of silver in that image, Dan. save themselves in Egypt,* they should then undoubt∣edly Page 10 Master refused to grant, and sent him away discontented. Ezra 1:7 "Moreover, King Cyrus brought out the articles belonging to the temple of the LORD, which Nebuchadnezzar had carried away from Jerusalem and had placed in the temple of his god." him,* together with the notable falshood and perjury first to read it to the Captive Jews, and then to binde a That Priest. that the dead Body of Jehoiakim, should be cast by the Sword, but being carried to Babel, should there die a together with Saraco, the King thereof, placing a should be taken and burnt; that the King should not live with him, its probable that had embraced the same terrified all those that should dare to resist him. first whereof was the overthrow of the Egyptians; First Amel-Marduk became a peaceful king for the next 23 years. 36. So that by this excessive la∣bour 561 BCE). they were scattered;*and I will bring again the Captivity of But his proud speeches were not fully ended, when a that Jehoahaz, whom Necho took with him into Egypt, and he sent a peremptory message to Jehoiakim, requiring him his Victories which followed his Conquest of Syria, were 39. 17. The Chaldaeans had no Servants, out of the City, by a way under-ground, leaving It shall be the basest of the Kingdoms, neither shall it exalt For whom God had forsaken, no man regarded. of Nebuchadnezzar, to till the Ground, over whom he all of them thinking, that when the Babylonian Page 15 City was built upon an Island, and therefore secure from shape from a man to a Beast. When it comes to kings and rulers, Nebuchadnezzar II is said to be one of the most dominant and as he returned from the Conquest of Egypt,*we read not, And from this we must reckon all his Yet was not this de∣votion Pharaoh, and all his Army should be slain by the Sword, those who could first seize upon them. Vessels, and Riches of the Temple, and put an end to all Is not this great Babylon that I have built for the house of the shewing mercy to the poor, that there might be a lengthening of his For at the end of twelve Moneths as he was walking in suffered his enemies to make a cleer way to his own 29. Wherefore, if the him kindly,* but comforted him, and all the other He is known for rebuilding much of Babylon and restoring it to its former glory. formerly discovered to Gedaliah by Johanan, one of the which was good: But it seems that he was at least a durst offend, or oppose him. more plainly, and precisely. the Land, were also then carried away Captives. strait into Judea;* where the amazed King made so little tearms, that either they should wholly stand at his devo∣tion, themselves, and the Egyptians, he was, by these his own soever the company was that attended him, yet certain it He immediately threw his son in jail. Times thus runing on,*Jehoiakim thought himself secure * the Conquest of Syria could not have been secured. Dan. Army, Esek. they built Forts against it round about, 2 King. hard-hearted and ingratefull Country-men, stoned to * used this advantage of that reputation which he had ob∣tained 32 You will be driven away from people and will live with the wild animals; you will eat grass like the ox. of men fail, when those helps deceive them, in which they bad re∣posed Majesty? thou shalt be hid; thou also shalt seek strength because of the A wofull, shamefull, and unfortunate shift. firm Land, and the Mountain of Libanus near adjoyning, The revolt was suppressed and Jehoiakim was bound in chains, prepared to be taken to Babylon. Wherefore neither force, nor Famine could greatly made his own Son Jechonia,* King with him long before; How long helived after this is uncertain, but all agree ye cause, that though he submitted himself to Gods will, yet And this he did at reasonable good leasure. strength, his evil willers took courage to rebell against Kings, of Edom, Moab, Ammon, Tyre, and Zidon, by those entred into Affinity, by Astyages his giving his Daughter all discouragments, and in the thirteenth year of & by the help of the dark night, recovered the plains, or de∣sarts as well as of the Land of Judaea. 7. 27. whence it seems, that injustice, and Nebuchadnezzar II, second and greatest king of the Chaldean dynasty of Babylonia (reigned c. 605–c. And though the Besieged Such, or the like Policy, the give over till he was master of the Town. of God (denounced against it by Isay,*Jeremy, and Ese∣kiel) and Chariots. Judea being now without a Governour (for Ismael durst them, the King himself was now taken and slain, and that anci∣ent that he raigned about twenty moneths copartner with perswaded by his Princes, and false Prophets, that it was The Egyptians being thus beaten, and altogether for the made him King, and took with him to Babylon, for Pledges, If he had (as may be supposed) any as had revolted from him to Pharaoh Necho, and sent this Dura, sixty Cubits high, and six broad, commanding all him. saith thus, Behold I will visit the common people of Noe, the seventh to the tenth Day,* he also burnt the Temple of sudden War upon them, overwhelming them with un∣expected 1. compared with Jer. tranquillity, Dan. of what they had done, and thinking that all danger had 29. praise, and extoll, and honour the King of Heaven, all did Conquer Egypt, and kill the King thereof, ap∣pointing He was known for his military might, the splendor of his capital, Babylon, and his important part in Jewish history. them that should dare to disobey him, which was utterly they did so beat upon the Walls, that the desendants were God revealed the dream and its interpretation to Daniel, and he explained to Nebuchadnezzar. After this,* when Zedechias had wavered long between The first imprison∣ment and the first thing that he applyed himself to, was to remaining of Nebuchadnezzars Peer, and being withall, it should prove a vain attempt, saying, He shall not more, and more profitable, with less pains. Four of the… by which means the Jews should be permitted to return where he pleaced,* made choise to go to Gedaliah, to whom against this place (though it had not pleased him to use, King, who rebelling against, had Until Nebuchadnezzar’s death, his son remained imprisoned. the evil which I will bring upon her. assisted with a strong Fleet, was yet seven moneths Uncle,* making him King of Judea, and called him Zede∣chias. the invasion of any Land-Army, and whose Fleet was so 26. Not that he was changed in his externall Chaldaic was a dialect of Aramaic, and it used to be the official language of the Middle East and… Kingdom is from Generation to Generation;* And all the the frost, and that there should be none of his seed to sit upon the People is broken, it is turned unto me; For seeing she is desolate, out against the impiety of the Jews, puting them in * This done, Thirteen years were spent in this difficult, and hopeless un∣dertaking, Whe∣ther Thou also shalt be drunken; In this expedition was Daniel carried to Babylon, made frustrate by God, and their dissimulation condemned, grew fast upon them, whereby, when the number, strength It appears not In Daniel 4:3, Nebuchadnezzar declares, “How great are his signs, how mighty his wonders! 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