Numbers 321 The Reubenites and Gadites sue for their inheritance on the east side of Jordan.6 Moses reproves them.16 They offer him conditions with which he is content.33 Moses assigns them the land.39 They conquer it. the children.2:10-15; 26:5-7,15-18; Ge 29:32; 30:10,11Jazer.3,35; 21:32Jaazer.Jos 13:25; 2Sa 24:5; Isa 16:8,9the place.26; Ge 13:2,5,10,11; 47:4; Jer 50:19; Mic 7:14; 1Jo 2:16 2 Ataroth.1,34-38; Jos 13:17; Isa 15:2-4; Jer 48:22,23Nimrah.36Beth-nimrahIsa 15:6Nimrim. Heshbon.21:25,26,28; Jud 11:26; Ne 9:22; Isa 15:4; 16:8,9; Jer 48:2,34,45Shebam.38Shibmah.Jos 13:19; Isa 16:8; Jer 48:32Sibmah. Beon.38Baal-meon. 21:24,34; De 2:24-35 if we have.Ge 19:19; Ru 2:10; 1Sa 20:3; 2Sa 14:22; Es 5:2; Jer 31:2bring us.De 1:37; 3:25,26; Jos 7:7 shall ye sit here.2Sa 11:11; 1Co 13:5; Php 2:4 wherefore.9; 21:4; De 1:28discourage. Heb. break.Ac 21:13 13:2-26; 14:2; De 1:22,23; Jos 14:6,7 13:23-33; 14:1-10; De 1:24-28 14:11,21,23,29; De 1:34-40; Ps 95:11; Eze 20:15; Heb 3:8-19 from twenty.14:28,29; 26:2,64,65; De 1:35; 2:14,15because.14:24,30; Jos 14:8,9wholly followed me. Heb. fulfilled after me. for.14:24,30; 26:65; De 1:36; Jos 14:8,9 wander.14:33-35; De 2:14; Ps 78:33until all.26:64; De 2:15; 1Co 10:5; Heb 3:16-19 an increase.Ge 5:3; 8:21; Ne 9:24-26; Job 14:4; Ps 78:57; Isa 1:4; 57:4Eze 20:21; Mt 23:31-33; Lu 11:48; Ac 7:51,52to augment.De 1:34,35; Ezr 9:13,14; 10:10; Ne 13:18; Isa 65:6,7 if ye turn.Le 26:14-18; De 28:15-68; 30:17-19; Jos 22:16-18; 2Ch 7:19-222Ch 15:2he will yet.14:30-35ye shall.Jer 38:23; Mt 18:7; Ro 14:15,20,21; 1Co 8:11,12 This proposal was very equitable, and it was honestly made and faithfully executed; though it did not imply that all men capable of bearing arms should go, and so leave their families and possessions defenceless, but only a sufficient detachment of them. Among the inhabitants of the land were the Ammonites, Moabites, Idumeans, and the remains of the Midianites and Amorites; and as it was impossible for the women and children to keep the defenced cities, when placed in them, many of the men of war must of course stay behind. In the last census (ch. 26), the tribe of Reuben consisted of 43,730 men; the tribe of Gad 40,500; and the tribe of Manasseh 52,700; the half of which is 26,350; which together amount to 110,580. Now from Jos 4:13, we learn, that of these tribes only 40,000 armed men passed over Jordan to assist their brethren: consequently 70,580 men were left behind for the defence of the women, the children, and the flocks: which was amply sufficient for this purpose. 34:22; Ge 33:17 29-32; De 3:18-20; Jos 4:12,13 Jos 22:4,5 we will.Ge 13:10-12; 14:12; 2Ki 10:32,33; 15:29; 1Ch 5:25,26; Pr 20:21because.33; Jos 12:1-6; 13:8on this side.32; 34:15; Jos 1:14,15 De 3:18-20; Jos 1:13-15; 4:12,13; 22:2-4 21 land.De 3:20; Jos 10:30,42; 11:23; 18:1; Ps 44:1-4; 78:55ye shall.Jos 22:4,9be guiltless.Jos 2:19; 2Sa 3:28this land.De 3:12-18; Jos 1:15; 13:8,29-32; 22:9 if ye will.Le 26:14-46; De 28:15-68be sure your sin.If the persons concerned prevaricated, and so imposed on men, or if they afterwards refused to fulfil their engagement, God would most certainly detect and expose their wickedness, and inflict condign punishment upon them. Of all the ways, says Dr. South, to be taken for the prevention of that great plague of mankind, Sin, there is none so rational and efficacious as to confute and baffle those motives by which men are induced to embrace it; and among all such motives, the heart of man seems to be chiefly overpowered and prevailed upon by two, viz. secrecy in committing sin, and impunity with respect to its consequences. Accordingly, Moses, in this chapter, having to deal with a company of men suspected of a base and fraudulent design, though couched under a very fair pretence, as most such designs are, endeavours to quash it in its very conception, by secretly applying himself to encounter those secret motives and arguments, which he knew were the most likely to encourage them in it. And this he does very briefly, but effectually, by assuring them, that how covertly and artificially soever they might carry on their dark project, yet their sin would infallibly find them out. Though the subject and occasion of these words are indeed particular, yet the design of them is manifestly of an universal import, as reaching the case of all transgressors, in their first entrance on any sinful act or course. Ge 4:7; 44:16; Ps 90:8; 139:11; 140:11; Pr 13:21; Isa 3:11Isa 59:1,2,12; Ro 2:9; 1Co 4:5 16,34-42 Jos 1:13,14 26 thy servants.Jos 4:12armed.17; 2Co 10:4,5; Eph 6:10-18; 2Ti 4:7,8as my lord.11:28; 12:11; 36:2 Jos 1:13 20-23 Jos 22:19 31 32 Moses.1; De 3:12-17; 29:8; Jos 12:6; 13:8-14; 22:4half the.34:14; 1Ch 5:18; 12:31; 26:32the kingdom.21:23-35; De 2:30-33; 3:1-8; Ps 135:10,11; 136:18-21 Dibon.Eusebius says that Dibon was a large town, near the river Arnon. Burckhardt says, that when he was about an hour's distance north of the Modjeb or Arnon, he was shown to the N. E. the ruins of Diban, the ancient Dibon, situated in the low ground of the Koura, or plains of Moab. 3; 21:20; 33:45,46Aroer.Aroer was situated, according to Eusebius, on a mountain on the north bank of the river Arnon. This is confirmed by Burckhardt, who says it is called Araayr, and is seated on the edge of the precipice, at the foot of which the river flows. De 2:36; Isa 17:2 Jaazer.1,3Jazer Beth-nimrah.Probably the same as Nimrim in Jer 48:34, and the Bethnabris mentioned by Eusebius, five miles north from Livias. Burckhardt says, that "in the valley of the Jordan, south of Abou Obeida, are the ruins of Nemrim, probably the Beth-nimrah of the Scriptures." 3Nimrah. fenced cities.24 Heshbon.3; 21:27; Isa 15:4Eleahleh.Elealeh is placed, by Eusebius, a mile from Heshbon. It is now called El Aal, "the high," and is situated on a hill. Nebo.Isa 46:1Baal-meon.This town is placed, by Eusebius and Jerome, nine miles from Heshbon, at the foot of mount Abarim. 22:41gave other names unto the cities. Heb. they called by namesthe names of the cities. 3; Ge 26:18; Ex 23:13; Jos 23:7; Ps 16:4; Isa 46:1 26:29; Ge 50:23; Jos 17:1 De 3:13-15; Jos 13:29-31; 17:1 Jair.De 3:14; Jos 13:30; 1Ch 2:21-23Havoth-jair.Jud 10:4; 1Ki 4:13 42
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