Gap (פֶּרֶוֹ, pe'rets, a breach, as elsewhere rendered), a rent or opening in a wail (Eze 13:5; comp. Am 4:3). The Jewish false prophets did not stand in the gap (Eze 22:30); they did nothing to stop the course of wickedness which opened a door for the vengeance of God to break in upon their nation. SEE PEREZ

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