Jeremiah 13:15

Hear ye, and give ear; be not proud: for the LORD hath spoken.

Hear ye, and give ear,.... Both to what goes before, and what follows after. The words doubled denote the closest and strictest attention:

be not proud; haughty, scornful, as above all instruction, and needing no advice and counsel, self-conceited, despising the word of God, and his messages by his prophets; or, "do not lift up yourselves" {x}; above others, and against God:

for the LORD hath spoken; it is not I, but the Lord; and what he has said shall certainly come to pass; so the Targum,

"for in the word of the Lord it is so decreed;''

it is in vain to oppose him; his counsel shall stand, and he will do all his pleasure; none ever hardened themselves against him, and prospered.

{x} whbgt la "ne elevetis vos", Montanus, Pagninus; "exaltetis", Junius & Tremellius.