Genesis 81 God remembers Noah, and assuages the waters.4 The ark rests on Ararat.6 Noah sends forth a raven and then a dove.13 Noah, being commanded, goes forth from the ark.20 He builds an altar, and offers sacrifice, which God accepts, and promises to curse the earth no more. God remembered.19:29; 30:22; Ex 2:24; 1Sa 1:19; Ne 13:14,22,29,31; Job 14:13Ps 106:4; 132:1; 136:23; 137:7; Am 8:7; Hab 3:2; Re 16:19; 18:5the cattle.Nu 22:32; Ps 36:6; Jon 4:11; Ro 8:20-22a wind.Ex 14:21; Ps 104:7-9; Pr 25:23 fountains.7:11; Pr 8:28; Jon 2:3the rain.Job 37:11-13; 38:37; Mt 8:9,26,27 continually. Heb. in going and returning. hundred.7:11,24 the ark.7:17-19seventh month.That is, of the year, not of the deluge. Ararat.Ararat is generally understood to be Armenia, as it is rendered elsewhere, in which there is a great chain of mountains, like the Alps or the Pyrenees, upon the highest part of which, called by some, "The Finger Mountain," the ark is supposed to have rested. 2Ki 19:37; Isa 37:38; Jer 51:27 decreased continually. Heb. were in going and decreasing.the tenth. 7:11 opened the window.6:16; Da 6:10 a raven.Le 11:15; 1Ki 17:4,6; Job 38:41; Ps 147:9went forth to and fro. Heb. in going forth and returning. a dove.10-12; So 1:15; 2:11,12,14; Mt 10:16 found.De 28:65; Eze 7:16; Mt 11:28; Joh 16:33and she.Ps 116:7; Isa 60:8pulled her. Heb. caused her to come. stayed.Ps 40:1; Isa 8:17; 26:8; Ro 8:25seven.12; 7:4,10 an olive.Ne 8:15; Zec 4:12-14; Ro 10:15 And he.Ps 27:14; 130:5,6; Isa 8:17; 25:9; 26:8; 30:18; Hab 2:3; Jas 5:7,8seven.10; 2:2,3 A.M. 1657. B.C. 2347. six.7:11 7:11,13,14From this, it appears, that Noah was in the ark a complete solar year, or 365 days; for he entered it on the 17th day of the 2nd month, in the 600th year of his life, and continued in it till the 27th day of the 2nd month, in the 601st year of his life, as we see above. 15 7:1,7,13; Jos 3:17; 4:10,16-18; Ps 91:11; 121:8; Da 9:25,26Zec 9:11; Ac 16:27,28,37-39 Bring.7:14,15breed.1:22; 9:1,7; Ps 107:38; 144:13,14; Jer 31:27,28 Ps 121:8 kinds. Heb. families.19 builded.4:4; 12:7,8; 13:4; 22:9; 26:25; 33:20; 35:1,7; Ex 20:24,25; 24:4-8Ro 12:1; Heb 13:10,15,16; 1Pe 2:5,9clean beast.7:2; Le 11:1-47burnt.Le 1:1-17 smelled.Le 1:9,13,17; 26:31; So 4:10,11; Isa 65:6; Eze 20:41; Am 5:21,222Co 2:15; Eph 5:2; Php 4:18sweet savour. Heb. savour of rest. curse.3:17; 4:12; 5:29; 6:17for. or, though. the imagination.6:5; Job 14:4; 15:14-16; Ps 51:5; 58:3; Pr 20:9; Ec 7:20; Isa 47:12Isa 47:15; 48:8; 53:6; Jer 8:6; 17:9; 18:12; Mt 15:19; Joh 3:6Ro 1:21; 3:23; 8:7,8; Eph 2:1-3; Jas 1:14,15; 4:1,2; 1Jo 5:19neither.9:11-15; Isa 54:9,10as I.2Pe 3:6,7 While the earth remaineth. Heb. as yet all the days of theearth. Isa 54:8seed-time.Most of the European nations divide the year into four distinct parts, called quarters or seasons; but there are six divisions in the text, which obtained in Palestine among the Hebrews, and exist among the Arabs to the present day. According to this gracious promise, the heavenly bodies have preserved their courses, the seasons their successions, and the earth its increase for the use of man. 45:6; Ex 34:21; Ps 74:16,17; So 2:11,12; Isa 54:9; Jer 5:24; Jas 5:7day.Jer 31:35; 33:20-26
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