* Hath not.
31:1 2Ki 18:4,22 Isa 36:7
* taken away.
This was artfully malicious: many of the people had
sacrificed to Jehovah on high places, (ch. 31:1;) and Hezekiah
had removed them, as incentives to idolatry. Hence Rabshakeh
insinuates that by so doing he had offended Jehovah, deprived
the people of their religious rights, and that, consequently,
he could neither expect the blessing of God, nor the
cooperation of the people.
* Ye shall worship.
* one altar.
4:1 Ex 27:1-8 30:1-6 40:26-29 1Ki 7:48