Deuteronomy 21 The story is continued, that they were not to meddle with the Edomites;9 nor with the Moabites;16 nor with the Ammonites;24 but Sihon the Amorite was subdued by them. we turned.1:40; Nu 14:25we compassed.1:2; Nu 21:4; Jud 11:18 2 long enough.7,14; 1:6 Ye are to pass.23:7; Nu 20:14-21; Ob 1:10-13they shall.Ex 15:15; Nu 22:3,4; 24:14-18take ye.Mt 5:16; Lu 12:15; Eph 5:15; Php 2:15; Col 4:5 no, not so much as a foot breadth. Heb. even to the treadingof the sole of the foot. Ac 7:5because.32:8; Ge 36:8; Jos 24:4; 2Ch 20:10-12; Jer 27:5; Da 4:25,32Ac 17:26 28,29; Nu 20:19; Mt 7:12; Ro 12:17; 2Th 3:7,8 blessed.Ge 12:2; 24:35; 26:12; 30:27; 39:5; Ps 90:17he knoweth.Job 23:10; Ps 1:6; 31:7; Joh 10:27these forty.8:2-4; 29:5; Ne 9:21; Lu 22:35 And when.Nu 20:20,21; Jud 11:18Elath.1Ki 9:26Eloth.2Ki 14:22; 16:6 Distress not the Moabites. or, Use no hostility againstMoab. Nu 22:4; Jud 11:17; 2Ch 20:10Ar.Ar was situated south of the Arnon; and was called by the Greek writers Areopolis, and thought by them to be so named because the inhabitants worshipped [Ares,] or Mars. St. Jerome says that it was destroyed by an earthquake when he was an infant. Burckhardt supposes that the ruins of a small castle called Mehatet el Hadj, may be the site of this ancient city. 5; Nu 21:15,28the children.19; Ge 19:36,37; Ps 83:8 All the nations here mentioned appear to have been the posterity of Ham, who lay under the prophetical curse of Noah, which was thus executed upon this part of them by the Moabites and Edomites. 11; Ge 14:5 as the Anakims.1:28; 9:2; Nu 13:22,28,33 Horims.22; Ge 14:6; 36:20-30; 1Ch 1:38-42succeeded them. Heb. inherited them.Ge 36:31-43; 1Ch 1:43-54stead. or, room. as Israel did.Israel had, at the time when Moses spake this, conquered Sihon and Og, and taken possession of their countries, as Edom had done to the Horims. 22,32-37; 3:1-11; Ge 36:20; Nu 21:21-35 brook. or, valley.Nu 13:23; *marg:Zered.The brook or torrent Zered, takes its rise in the mountains of Moab, and, running from east to west, falls into the Dead Sea. It seems to be the stream which Burckhardt calls Wady Beni Hammad, south of the Modjeb or Arnon, and about five hours north of Kerek. Nu 21:12Zared. Kadesh-barnea.1:2,19,46; Nu 13:26until all the generation.1:34,35; Nu 14:28-35; 26:64,65; 32:11; Ps 90:3,9; 95:11; Eze 20:15Heb 3:8-19; Jude 1:5 the hand of the.Jud 2:15; 1Sa 5:6,9,11; 7:13; Ps 32:4; 78:33; 90:7-9; 106:26Isa 66:14; 1Co 10:5 16 17 Nu 21:15,23; Isa 15:1 5,9; Ge 19:36-38; Jud 11:13-27; 2Ch 20:10 Zamzummims.Ge 14:5Zuzims. great.10,11; 1:28; 3:11but the Lord.These fragments of ancient history seem to be introduced to encourage the Israelites. If the Lord destroyed these gigantic people before the posterity of Lot and of Esau, what cause had the posterity of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, his chosen servants and friends, to fear the Anakims, or the Canaanites? especially as Israel acted by commission from God, and had his promise as their security of success, and the pledge of it in his presence, and the wonders which he had already wrought for them; and as they were the only nation of worshippers of the Lord, in the ordinances of his institution, which could be found on earth. This is so often repeated to possess the minds of the Israelites with a sense of God's providence, which rules every where; displacing one people, and placing another in their stead; and fixing their bounds also, which they cannot pass without his leave. 22; Jud 11:24; Jer 27:7,8; Hab 1:10,11 Esau.Ge 36:8the Horims.12; Ge 14:6; 36:20-30; 1Ch 1:38-42 the Avims.Jos 13:3Avites. Azzah.1Ki 4:24; Jer 25:20; Zep 2:4; Zec 9:5Gaza. the Caphtorims which came.Ge 10:14; Jer 47:4; Am 9:7; Ac 17:26 the river Arnon.36; Nu 21:13-15; Jud 11:18-21behold.Jos 6:16; 2Ch 36:23; Ezr 1:2; Jer 27:5; Eze 29:20; Da 2:38; 4:17begin to possess it. Heb. begin, possess. 11:25; 28:10; Ex 15:14-16; 23:27; Jos 2:9-12; 9:24; 2Ki 7:6,7Ps 105:38; Jer 33:9; Re 3:9 Kedemoth.Jos 13:18; 21:37with words.20:10,11; Es 9:30; Mt 10:12-15; Lu 10:5,6,10-12 6; Nu 21:21-23; Jud 11:19 only I will pass.Nu 20:19 As the children.It appears to have been only the Edomites of Kadesh-barnea, south of Canaan, who denied the Israelites a passage; for those of mount Seir, now called Shera, are here expressly said to have granted it them: and this, in fact, was the very road by which they arrived at Canaan. 23:3,4; Nu 20:18; Jud 11:17,18into the land.4:1,21,40; 5:16; 9:6; 25:15; Ex 20:12; Jos 1:11-15 for the Lord.Ex 4:21; 11:10; Nu 21:23; Jos 11:19,20; Jud 11:20; Ro 9:17-23obstinate.Isa 48:4 give Sihon.24; 1:8 Nu 21:23-30; Jud 11:20-23; Ne 9:22; Ps 120:7; 135:11; 136:19 the Lord.3:2,3; 7:2; 20:16; Ge 14:20; Jos 21:44; Jud 1:4; 7:2we smote.29:7,8; Nu 21:24; Jos 10:30-42 utterly destroyed.7:2,26; 20:16-18; Le 27:28,29; Nu 21:2,3; Jos 7:11; 8:25,26; 9:24Jos 11:14; 1Sa 15:3,8,9the men, and the women, and the little ones of every city.Heb. every city of men, and women, and little ones. 20:14; Nu 31:9-11; Jos 8:27 Aroer.3:12; 4:48; Jos 13:9; Isa 17:2; Jer 48:19not.Jos 1:5; Ps 44:3; Isa 41:15,16; Ro 8:31 unto the land.5,9,19; 3:16; Jud 11:15Jabbok.Ge 32:22; Nu 21:24; Jos 12:2
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