Judges 101 Tola judges Israel in Shamir.3 Jair, whose thirty sons had thirty cities.6 The Philistines and Ammonites oppress Israel.10 In their misery God sends them to their false gods.15 Upon their repentance he pities them. A.M. 2772. B.C. 1232. An. Ex. Is. 259. arose.2:16; 3:9defend. or, deliver. Heb. save. Shamir.Jos 15:48 2 A.M. 2795. B.C. 1209. An. Ex. Is. 282. a Gileadite.Ge 31:48; Nu 32:29 rode.5:10; 12:14called.Nu 32:41; De 3:14Havoth-jair. or, the villages of Jair. 5 A.M. 2817. B.C. 1187. An. Ex. Is. 304. did evil.4:1; 6:1; 13:1A.M. 2799. B.C. 1205. An. Ex. Is. 286. Baalim.2:11-14; 3:7; 2Ch 28:23; Ps 106:36the gods of Zidon.1Ki 11:5,7,33; 16:31; 2Ki 17:16,29-31; 23:13the gods of the Philistines.16:23; 1Sa 5:2; 2Ki 1:2,3; Jer 2:13; Eze 16:25,26 was hot.2:14; De 29:20-28; 31:16-18; 32:16-22; Jos 23:15,16; Ps 74:1Na 1:2,6he sold.4:2; 1Sa 12:9,10; Ps 44:12; Isa 50:1 that year.5; Isa 30:13; 1Th 5:3oppressed. Heb. crushed. passed.3:12,13; 6:3-5; 2Ch 14:9; 20:1,2distressed.De 28:65; 1Sa 28:15; 2Ch 15:5 cried.3:9; 1Sa 12:10; Ps 106:43,44; 107:13,19,28 Did not I.2:1-3Egyptians.Ex 14:30; 1Sa 12:8; Ne 9:9-11; Ps 78:51-53; 106:8-11; Heb 11:29Amorites.Nu 21:21-25,35; Ps 135:10,11children.3:11-15Philistines.3:31 Zidonians.5:19-31Amalekites.6:3the Maonites.The LXX. have "the Midianites," which Dr. Wall thinks the true reading. But the Maonites might be a tribe of Arabs, inhabitants of Maon. (Jos 15:55. 1Sa 23:24, 25; 25:2,) which assisted Moab. 2Ch 26:6,7; Ps 106:42,43 2:12; De 32:15; 1Ch 28:9; Jer 2:13; Jon 2:8 De 32:26-28,37,38; 1Ki 18:27,28; 2Ki 3:13; Pr 1:25-27; Isa 10:3Jer 2:28 We have sinned.2Sa 12:13; 24:10; Job 33:27; Pr 28:13; 1Jo 1:8-10do thou.Jos 9:25; 1Sa 3:18; 2Sa 10:12; 15:26; Jon 2:4; 3:9seemeth, etc. Heb. is good in thine eyes. deliver.2Sa 24:14; Job 34:31,32 they put.2Ch 7:14; 15:8; 33:15; Jer 18:7,8; Eze 18:30-32; Ho 14:1-3,8strange gods. Heb. gods of strangers. his soul.Ge 6:6; Ps 106:44,45; Isa 63:9; Jer 31:20; Ho 11:8; Lu 15:20; 19:41Joh 11:34; Eph 4:32; Heb 3:10; 4:15grieved. Heb. shortened.Not that there is any grief in God; he has infinite joy and happiness in himself, which cannot be broken in upon by either the sins or the miseries of his creatures. Not that there is any change in God; for he is of one mind, and who can turn him? But his goodness is his glory; by it he proclaims his name, and magnifies it; and as he is pleased to put himself into the relation of a father to his people, so he is pleased to represent his goodness to them by the compassion of a father to his children; for as he is the Father of lights, so is he the Father of mercies. gathered together. Heb. cried together. Mizpeh.11:11,29; Ge 31:49 What man.1:1; 11:5-8; Isa 3:1-8; 34:12he shall be.11:11; 12:7; 1Sa 17:25
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