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Nay. Ps.44.21. Pr.12.19. Mar.2.8. Jn°.2.25. ham. ch.18.1..3,22. rose. ch.18.1..5. Job
He.13.2. bored. ch.18.2.

16 to bring. Ac,15.3.-20.38.-21.5. Ro.15.24. 3 Jn°. 6.

2 turn. He.13.2. wash. ch.18.4. Nay. I of lo, nay, some MSS. have lo, to him. they said unto him, for we lodge in the s where, nevertheless, the negation is under Knowing the disposition of the inhabitant appearing in the character of there trav 19 For I. 2 Sa.7.20. Ps.1.6.-11.4-34.15. Jn°. they preferred the open street to any hous 10.14.-21.17. 211.2.19. command. ch.17.23..27. not yet willing to make themselves kno De.4.9,10.-6.6,7.-11.19..21.-32.46. Jos.24.15. Lot pressed them vehemently, and as they 1 Ch.28.9. Job 1.5. Ps.78.2..9. Pr.6.20..22.-22. him to be a righteous man, they conser 6. Is.38.19. Ep.6.4. 1 Ti.3.4,5,12. 2 Ti.1.5.-3.15. that the. 1 Sa.2.30,31. Ac.27.23,24,31.

17 2 Ki.4.27.2 Ch.20.7. Ps.25.14. Am.3.7. Jn. 15.15. Ja.2.23.

18 become. See on ch.12.2,3.-22.17.18.-26.4. Ps.72.17. Ac.3.25,26. Ga.3.8,14. Ep.1.3.

20 the cry. ch.4.10.-19.13. 15.3.9.-5.7. Je.14.7. Ja.5.4. sin. ch.13.13.

take shelter under his hospitable roof.. 17..21. Lu.24.28,29. Ac.16.15.

3 pressed. 2K1.48. Lu.11.8.-14.23.-24 2 Co.5.14. a feast. ch.18.6..8.-21.8. Lu.5.£ 21 I will go down. This is spoken figuratively; 12.2. He.13.2. unleavened. ch.18.6. Ex.12 and as the Jewish writers speak, according to Ju.6.19. 1 Sa.28.24. 1 Co.5.8. the language of men. So eyes, ears, hands, and 4 But. Pr.4.16.-6.18. Mi.7.3. Ro. 3.15 other members of the body are attributed to God, ch.13.13.-18.20. Ex.16.2.-23.2. Je.5.1..6,31 for effecting those things which men cannot ac- 27.20..25. complish without these members. ch.11.5,7. Ex. | 5 Le.18.22.-20.13. Ju.19.22. Is.1.9.-3.9 3.8.-33.5. M1.1.3. Jn".6.38. 1 Tb.4.16. see. Job 3.-6.15. Eze.16.49,51. Mat.11.23,24. Ro.1 34.22. Ps.90.8. Je.17.1,10. Zep.1.12. He.4.13. 126.27. 1 Co.6.9. 1 i.1.10. 2 Ti.3.13. Jude will know. Ex.33.5. De.8.2.-13.3. Jos.22.22. Ps. CXXXIX. Lu.16.15. 2 Co.11.11.

22 the men. ver. 2. ch. 19. 1. stood. The two, whom we suppose to have been created angels, departed at this time; and accordingly two entered Sodom at evening: while the one, called Jehovah throughout the chapter, continued with Abraham, who stood yet before the Lord." -SCOTT, ver.1. Ps.106.23. Je.15.1.-18.20. Eze. 22.30. Ac.7.55. 1 Ti.2.1.

23 drew. Ps.73.28. Je.30.21. He.10.02. Ja.5.17. Wilt. ver.25. ch.20.4. Nu.16.22. 2 Sa.24.17. Job 8.3.-34.17. Ps.11.4..7. Ro.3.5,6.

24 there. ver. 32. Is.1.9. Je.5.1. Mat.7.13,14. spare. Ac.27.24.

25 be far. Je.12.1. that the. Job 8.20.-9.22,23. Ec.7.15.-8.12,13. Is.3.10,11.-57.1.2. Mal.3.18. Shall. De.32.4. Job 8.3.-34.17..19. Ps.11.5..7.58.11.-94.2.-98.9. Ro.3.6. Judge. In°.5.22.27. 2 Co. 5.10.

26 1s.6.13.-10.22.-19.24.-65.8. Je.5.1. Eze. 22.30. Mat.24.22.

27 I have, ver.30..32. Ezr.9.6. Job 42.6..8. Is. 6.5. Lu.18.1. dust. ch.2.7.-3.19. Job 4.19. Ps.8. 4.-144.3. Ec.12.7. Is.6.5.-64.8. Lu.5.8. 1 Co.15. 47.48. 2 Co.5.1,2.

28 wilt. Nu.14.17..19. 1 Ki. 20.32,33. Job 23.3, 4. If I. ver.26.29.

29 Ep.6.18. He.4.16.

6 Lot. Ju.19.23. door. Two words ar used for door: the first petkach, which door-way, at which Lot went out; the latt leth, the leaf of the door, which he shu him when out.

7 ver.4. Le.18.22.-20.13. De.23.17. Ju 1 Sa.30.23,24. Ac.17.26. Ro.1.24. 1 Co. Jude 7.

8 I have. Ex.32.22. let. ver.31..38. ch Ju.19.24. Mar. 9.6. Ro. 3. 8. therefore. cl Ju.9.15. 15.58.7.

9 Stand. 1 Sa.17.44.-25.17. Pr.9.7.8 I Je.3.3.-6.15.-8.12. Mat.7.6. This. ch.13.1 2. 14. Ac. 7. 26..28. 2 Pe.2.7,8. pressed, c 1 Sa.2.16. Pr.14.16.-17.12.-27.3. Ec.9.3.Da.3.19..22.

11 with blindness. The word sanverim dered blindness,' and which occurs only and in 2 Ki.6.18, is supposed to denote dax deceptions, or confusions of sight from exc light; being derived by SCHULTENS, V followed by PARKHURST, from the Arabi to pour forth, diffuse, and nor, light. Dr. DES, to the same purpose, thinks it is pounded of the Arabic sana, which sign flash, and or, light. The Targums, in both where it occurs, render it by eruptions, or, of light, or as MERCER, in ROBERTSO plains the Chaldee word, irradiations, 2 K Ac.13.11. that they, Ec.10.15. Is.57.10. Je 12 Hast. ch.7.1. Nu.16.26. Jos.6.22,23. 39. 2 Pe.2.7,9. son. ver.14,17.22. Re.18.4 13 Ja-5.4. Lord hath 32 Oh. ver.30. Ju.6.39. Pr.15.8. Is.42.6,7. Ja. 21.15,16. Ps.11.5,6. 1s.3.11.-36.10.-37.36 5.15..17. 1 Jn.5.15,16. I will not. Ex.32.9,10,14.-9.5.6. Mat.13.41,42,49,50, Ac.12.23. Re 33.13,14.-,10. Nu.14.11..20. Job 33.23. Ps. Jude 7. Re.16.1..12. 86.5. Is.65.8. Mi.7.18. Mat.7.7. Ep.3.20. Ja.5.16. | 14 which. Mat.1.18. Up. ver. 17,22. Nu. 33 And the. ver.16,22. ch.32.26. and Abraham, 26,45. Je 51.6. Lu.9.42. Re.18.4..8. ch.31.55. 9.1.-12.31. 2 Ch.30.10.-36.16. Pr.29.1. Is. Je. 5.12..14.-20.7. Eze.20.49. Mat.20.38. I 28..30.-24.11. Ac.17.32. 1 Th.5.3.

30 ch.44.18. Ju.6.39. Es.4.11..16. Job 40.4. Ps. 9.12.-10.17.-89.7. Is.6.5.-55.8,9. He.12.8,29. 31 ver.27. Mat.7.7,11. Lu.118.-18.1. Ep.6.18. He.4.16.-10.20..22.


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Lot entertains two angels, 1-3. The vicious Sodom. ites are smitten with blindness, 4-11. Lot is warned, 15 hastened. ver.17.22. Nu.16.24..27. Pr. and in vain warns his sons-in-law, 12-14. He is di-Lu.13.24,25. 2Co.6.2. He.3.7.8. Re.18.4. are rected to fire with his family to the mountains, but Heb are found. iniquity, or, punishment obtains leave to go into Zoar, 15-23. Sodom and 16 lingered. Ps.119.60. Jn°.6.44. the Lors Gomorrah are destroyed, 24, 25. Lot's wife becomes 31.6. Nu.14.18. De.4.31. 1 Ch.16.34. Ps.34 a pillar of salt, 26-28. Lot dwelleth in a cave, 86.5,15.-103. 8..10,13.-106.1,8-107.1.-11 29, 30. The incestuous origin of Moab and Am-118.1.-136.1. 15.63.9. La.3.22. Mi.7.18,19.1 mon, 31-38. 35,36.-18.13. Ro.9.15,16,18. 2 Co.1.3. Ep. 1 And there came two angels. Or, rather, the Tit.3.5. brought. Jos.6 22. 2 Pe.2.9. two angels came,' referring to those mentioned 17 he said. ch.18.22. Escape, ver.14,15,22. in the preceding chapter, and there called 'men.' 19.11. 1 Ki.19.3. Ps. 121.1. Mat.3.7.-24.16..18 It seems, (from cb.18, ver.22,) that these two an- 2.3. look, ver.26.Lu.9.62.-17.31,32. Phi.3.1 gels were sent to Sodom, while the third, who! 18 ch.32.26. 2 Ki.5.11,12. Is.45.11. Jn.13. was the Lord or Jehovah, remained with Abra-Ac.9.13.-10.14.

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And a co rose up from thence, a He. 13. 2. KGESTONG and Abraham & P 44 21. Wat with them to bring them on the way." Pr. 12. 19. e Ac. 15. 3.

ALL the LORD said, Shall 14 hade The Anos that thing which I do; Beetod Abrator shall surely beHOME Ty matin, Aali the nae blessed ankom 1 L, that be will command is rest and bis household string, and they stall keep the way of dustice and judgment; the Lea may thing upon Abraham bevat geven of him.

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La. 24. 28.
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Ps. 72. 17.
Ac. 3. 25.
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ch. 18.8.
De. 4. 9, 10.
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itse turned their faces from A ch. 13. 13. fex at vent toward Sodom; but 19. 13. Arms sac net before the LORD.

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turn in, I pray you, into your servants house, and tarry all night, and wash your feet; and ye shall rise up early, ati go on your ways. And they said, Nay' but We will abide is the street all light.

3 And be pressed upon them greatly. and they turned in unto him, and en tered into his house: 4 and be marle them a feast, and did bake unleavened bread, and they did eat.

4 Eut before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of Sodom compassDed the house round, both old and young. all the people from every quarter:

5 And they caled unto Lot, and said unto him, Where are the men which came in to thee this night' bring them out unto us, that we may know them,

6 And Lot went out at the door unto them, and shut the door after bir,

7 And said, I pray you, brethren, do not so wickedly."

8 Behold now, I have two daughters which have not known man, let me, ! pray you, bring them out unto you," and do ye to them as u good in your eyes only unto these men do nothing for therefore came they under the shadow of my roof.

9 And they said, Stand back. And they said agam, This com felis came in to • Le 18 22.80journ, and he will needs be a judge: now will we deal worse with thee than Iwith them. And they pressed sore upo the man, even Lot, and came near to break the door.


De. 23 17.
Ro. L. 24.
Jude 7.
Je, 30, 21.

He. 10. 22.
Ja. 5. 17.
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Job 8.3.
34. 17.
Ps. 58. 11.
Ro. 3. 8.
Ex 2.14.
2 Pe. 27,8
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Eze. 22. 30.
Job 4. 19.

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10 But the men put forth their hand, and pulled Iut into the house to thern, and shut to the door.

11 And they smote the men that were at the door of the house, with′′ bird. ness, both small and great; so that they wearied themselves to bind the door.

12 And the men said unto Let, Hast Ithou here any besides? son-in-law, and thy sous, and thy daughters, and whatsoever thou hast in the city, bring them out of this place:

13 For we will destroy this place, because the cry of them is waxen great before the face of the LORD; and the LORD hath sent us to destroy it.

14 And Lot went out, and spake unto his sons in-law, which married fus daugh ters, and said," Up, get ye out of this place; for the LORD will destroy th city. But he seemed as one that mocked

unto his sons-in-law.

15 And when the morning arose, then the angels hastened Lot, saying. Arise, take thy wife, and thy two daughters, which are here; lest thou be consumed in the iniquity of the city.

2 Ch.35. 16.
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escape to the mountain, lest thou be Consumed.

18 And Lot said unto them, Oh, not so, my lord:

19 Behold now, thy servant hath found

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grace in thy sight, and thou hast nified thy mercy, which thou hast shewed unto me in saving my life; and I cannot a 1 Ti. 1. 14. escape to the mountain, lest some evil beh. 16.7,14. take me, and I die:

c ch. 26, 6.


20 Behold now, this city is near to fleed 1 Sa. 27.1. unto, and it is a little one: Oh, let me e ch. 12. 13. escape thither, (is it not a little one?) and my soul shall live.A If Job 33. 15. Ps. 105. 14. g Pr. 3.5.7. Ps. 119.175. Is. 55.3. B thy face. ch.4.7. Job 428,9, Je. 14. 10.

21 And he said unto him, See, I have accepted thee concerning this thing also, that I will not overthrow this city, for the which thou hast spoken.


22 Haste thee, escape thither; for cannot do any thing till thou be come thither therefore the name of the city was called 8 Zoar.


23 The sun was risen upon the earth when Lot entered into Zoar.

ch. 32. 26. Ex. 32. 10. De. 9. 14. Mar. 6.5.

24 Then the LORD rained upon Sodom, and upon Gomorrah, brimstone and y married fire from the LORD out of heaven;

25 And he overthrew those cities, and all the plain, and all the inhabitants of the cities, and that which grew upon the ground.

26 But his wife looked back from behind him, and she became a pillar of salt.

27 And Abraham gat up early in the morning to the place where he stood before the LORD:

to an husband. k1Ch.21.17. i.e. little. gone forth. sor, simplicity, or sincerity. 2 Ki. 20.3.

2 Co. 1. 12. 1 Ti. 1. 13.


AND Abraham journeyed from t toward the south country, and dw between Kadesh and Shur, an journed in Gerar.

2 And Abraham said of Sarah his She is my sister; and Abimelech of Gerar sent, and took Sarah.

3 But God came to Abimelech dream by night, and said to him, Be thou art but a dead man, for the w which thou hast taken; for she i man's wife.

4 But Abimelech had not come her: and he said, LORD, wilt thou also a righteous nation?

5 Said he not unto me, She is my ter and she, even she herself, said. is my brother: In the integrity o heart, and innocency of my hands, I done this.

6 And God said unto him in a dr Yea, I know that thou didst this it integrity of thy heart; for I also*.. held thee from sinning against me: t fore suffered I thee not to touch her

7 Now, therefore, restore the mat wife; for he is a prophet, and he": pray for thee, and thou shalt live: a thou restore her not, know thou that shalt surely die, thou, and all that

28 And he looked toward Sodom and De. 29. 23. thine. Gomorrah, and toward all the land of the plain, and beheld, and, lo, the smoke of the country went up as the smoke of a furnace.

29 And it came to pass, when God destroyed the cities of the plain, that God remembered Abraham, and sent Lot out of the midst of the overthrow," when he overthrew the cities in the which Let dwelt.

30 And Lot went up out of Zoar, and dwelt in the mountain, and his two daughters with him; for he feared to dwell in Zoar: and he dwelt in a cave, he and his two daughters.

Job 18. 15. Ps. 11. 6. Is. 13. 19. Je. 49. 18. 50. 40. La. 4. 6.

8 Therefore Abimelech rose earl the morning, and called all his serv and told all these things in their e and the men were sore afraid.

9 Then Abimelech called Abraham' Eze. 16. 49. said unto him, What hast thou done us? and what have I offended thee, thou hast brought on me and on my dom" a great sin? thou hast done d unto me that ought not to be done

Am. 4. 11.
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2 Pe. 2.6.
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11 And Abraham said, Becaus

31 And the first born said unto the Lu. 17. 32. thought, Surely the fear of God is

younger, Our father is old, and there is not a man in the earth to come in unto us after the manner of all the earth:

32 Come, let us make our father drinkt wine, and we will lie with him, that we may preserve seed of our father,

33 And they made their father drink wine that night: and the first-born went in, and lay with her father; and he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she arose.

34 And it came to pass on the morrow, that the first-born said unto the younger, Behold, I lay yesternight with my father: let us make him drink wine this night also; and go thou in, and lie with him, that we may preserve seed of our father.

35 And they made their father drink wine that night also: and the younger arose,and lay with him; and he perceived not when she laydown,nor when she arose. 36 Thus were both the daughters of Lot with child by their father.

37 And the first-born bare a son, and called his name Moab: the same is the father of the Moabites unto this day.

38 And the younger, she also bare a son, and called his name Ben-ammi: the same is the father of the children of Ammon unto this day.

+ 1 Sa. 7.5.
Job 42.8
Ja. 5. 16.

ch. 18. 22.
Re. 19. 3.
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Ex. 32. 21.
Jos. 7.25.

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1 Sa. 1. 6. A Ne. 13. 1. Is. 11. 14.

Zep. 2. 9.

in this place; and they will slay me my wife's sake.

12 And yet indeed she is my sis she is the daughter of my father, but the daughter of my mother; and became my wife.

13 And it came to pass, whenGod cat me to wander from my father's ho that I said unto her, This is thy k ness which thou shalt shew unto me every place whither we shall come, of me, He is my brother.

14 And Abimelech took sheep, Oxen, and men-servants, and womenvants, and gave them unto Abraham, restored him Sarah his wife.

15 And Abimelech said, Behold, land is before thee: dwell where pleaseth thee.

16 And unto Sarah he said, Behol have given thy brother a thousand pie of silver; behold, he is to thee a cover of the eyes, unto all that are with th and with all other: thus she was reprovi

17 So Abraham prayed unto God: a God healed Abimelech, and his wi and his maid-servants; and they ba children.

18 For the LORD had fast closed all the wombs of the house of Abimelec because of Sarah, Abraham's wife.


1 PRIVIII-XL-CIIL-CVI. Judab. From ch.10.19, it appears to have been A-CXWL 17A1.14, 16. lest some ch.12. situated in the angle where the south and west 12191 1929. P977.7-11-116. sides of Canaan met, and to have been set fur Maans Veg19. Ko8.31. from Gaza. JEROME, in his Hebrew Iraditions on Genesis, says, from Getar to Jerusale three days' journey. There was a wood near Gerar, spoken of by THEODORET and a brock, (ch. 26. 26,) on which was a mocastery, noticed ch.10.19- Ch. by SOZOMEN. 14. 13, 14.

357.A.3.6. and my, ch. LA PUISITS, 1955.3. 14. Job 42.2.9. Ps.34.15-102. 1-350 Jelle Mat 12:26. Lu118. He.g. 7-6216 am, fish, toy race, that. ch 12.9.

3. Ex. 32.10. De.9.14. Ps. Lbs Mar63 Tig.3. Tit.1.2 GORK-12 15.5. Je.48.34. Zoar.

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3 a dream. ch.28.12-31.24-37 5.9-408-41. 1,&c. Job 4.12.13.-33.15. Mat.1.0) -2.12.19 −47. 19. a dead. ver. 7. Ps. 105. 14. Eze. 31. 14, 15. Jon, 3. 4. a man's wife. Hieb. married to an husband.

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Se-3 Ps.107.34. Emeritushappy woman, says the Rev. afked back,” contrary to God's 6 withheld. ver. 18h317-35 5. Ex.34.24. 1 Sa. 27ad, perhaps with a hope of re- 25.26,34. Ps.84.11.Pr.21.1 Họ 267, mnang, ch. Phatter supposition is favoured 39 9. Le.6.2. Ps 51.4.-81.12. 21h.27.11. * La verda, "Let him not return touch, ch.3.3.-26.11. 1C0.7.1. 200.6.17.

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3. Mar 9.6. to come. ch.4.1.-6.4. 1424-2004 30. De.25.5. Is.4.1.


9 What hast. ch.12.18.-26.10. Ex.32/21.35 Jos. 7.25. Pr.38 10. a great, ch.38 24 mall3, drink, ch.9.21.Pr.23.31..33.-30.9. Le.20.10. 2 S.12.5.10,11.Ro.2.11 He.13.4 42. Le 12.6.7. Mar.12.19.

6. Pr201.-23.29.35. Hab.

2321-53-6.15.-8.12 $416, Ec.7.26. La.21.34. 1 Co.

FEAT. Ju17. 1 Sa.15.33. Hab.

ought, ch.34.7. 2 Sa.13.12. Tit.1.11.

11 Surely. ch.22.12.-42.18. Ne 5.15. Job 1.128.28. Ps.14 4.-36.1..4. Pr 1.7.-2.5.-8.13.-16.6. Ro.3.18. slay, ch.12.12.-26.7.

12 And yet. ch.11.29.-12.13. 1 Th.5.22. the s the. EEN BATRIK, in his annals, among other ancient traditions, has preserved the following Terah first married Yena, by whom he had Abraham; afterwards he married lehersta, by whom he had Sarah."

This. 1 Sa. 23. 21. Ps. 64.5. Ac. 5.9.
13 God. ch.12.1,9,11,&c. Ac.7.3.5. He.11.8.
Jay. ch.

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ABC.1896. Moab. This name is
Flyterpreted of the fasher; from me, of
Mochter, Nu.21.29-XXII.
XX15.09-233. Ju.III.Ru.4.10. 2 Sa.
Bi... Son of my people; from 12.13.
Nhà, XI.1 a XI. ¢ a k ch.1219,20.

, my people. children. De.j

Ps34.8 1.11.14. Zep.2.9.

CHAP. XX. Brak persers of Geror, 1. Denieth his wife, laser by Abimelech, 2 Abimelech is re ps for bets a dream, 3-8. Breton Restoreth Sarah, 14 15

14 took. ver.11, ch.12.16. restored, ver.2.7. 15 my land. ch.13.9.-34.10-47.6. where it pleaseth thee. Heb as is good iu thine eyes.

16 thy. ver.5. Pr.27.5. thousand. What these pieces were is not certain; but it is probabie they were shekels, as it is so understood by the He rebuketh Targum; and the LXX. render it didrachma, and by which the Hebrew shekel is rendered in ch. 1 Abelrch and his family are 23.15.16. behold. Or, behold IT (the 1000 shekels) is to thee,' &c. ch.26.11. a covering, ch. AME. B.C.c.1807 from. ch.13.1.24 65. thus, 1 Ch.21.3..6. Fr.9.8,9.-19.1.-25.19. 11-01 hodech, ch. 14.7.- Jon.1.6. Re.3.19.

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2-46. De 1.19.-32.51. 1 Sa.15.7. Ps.29.8.

17 ver.7. ch.29.31. 1 Sa-5.11,19 Fzr.6.10. Job Pr.15.8.59. 18.45.11. Mat.7.7.-21.99.

of the Philistines, 25 miles from Ac.3.24. Phi.4.6. 1 Th.5.25. Ja 5.16. Larson, beyond Daroma, in the south of!

18 vei.7. ch.12 17.-16.2.-30.2. 1 Sa.1.6.-5.10.


22 A. M. 2118. B.C. 1886. Abimelech, I -26.26. God, ch.20.17.-26.28.-28.15.Isaac is born, and circumcised, 1-5. Sarah's joy, 6, 7. 39.2.3. Jos.3.7.2 Ch.1.1. Is.8.10.-45.14. Z Isaac is weaned, 8. Hagar and Ishmael are cast Mat.1.23. Ro.8.31. 1 Co.14.25. He.13.5. forth, 9-14. Hagar in distress, 15, 16. The angel 23 swear. ch.14.22.23.-24.3.-26.28.-3 relievets and comforteth her, 17-21, Abimelech's De.6.13.Jos.2.12. 1 Sa.20.13.17,42.-24.21,' covenant with Abraham at Beer-sheba, 22–34. 15. Je.4.2.2 Co.1.23. He.6.16. that thou 1 visited, ch.50.24. Ex.3.16.-4.31.-20.5.Ru.1.6. deal falsely with me. Heb. if thou shalt 1 1 Sa 2.21. Ps.106.4. Lu.1.68.-19.44. Ro.4.17..20. me. I have. ch.20.14. Sarah as. ch.17.19.-18.10,14. Ps.12.6. Mat.24. 35. Ga.4.23.28. Tit.1.2.

2 conceived. 2K1.4.16,17. Lu.1.24,25,36. Ac. 7.8. Ga.4.22. He.11.11. at the set. ch.17.19,21. -18.10,14. Ro.9.9.

3 ver.6,12. ch.17.19.-22.2. Jos.24.3. Mat.1.2. Ac.7.8. Ro.9.7. He.11.18.

4 ch.17.10..12. Ex.12.48. Le.12.3. De.12.32. Lu.1.6,59.-2.21._Jn°.7.22,23. Ac.7.8.

5 ch.17.1,17. Ro.4.19.

24 ch.14.13. Ro.12.18. He.6.16. 25 reproved. ch.26.15..2.-29.8. Ex.2.15 1.15. Pr.17.10.-25.9.-27.5. Mat.18.15. Wells of water were of great conseque those hot countries, especially where the were numerous; because water was scan, digging to find it was attended with the e of much time and labour. servants, ch 26.15..22. Ex.2.16,17.

26 I wot. Wot,' though used for the p 6 God. ch.17.17.-18.12..15. 1 Sa.1.26..28.-2. is the past tense of the almost obsolett 1..10. Ps.113.9.-126.2. 15.49.15,21.-54.1. wit, from the Saxon witan, to know 46..55. Jno.16.21,22. Ga.4.27,28. He.11.11. to 13.7. 2 Ki.5.20..4. laugh, Sarah most likely remembered the cir 27 took, ch.14.22,23. Pr.17.8.-18.16,24.cumstance mentioned in ch. 18.12.; and also the Is.32.8. made. ch.20.28..31.-31.44. 1S name Isaac, which implies laughter. Eze.17.13. Ro.1.31. Ga.3.15. laugh. Lu.1.14,58. Ro.12.15.


29 ch.33.8. Ex.12.26. 1 Sa.15.14. 7 Who. Nu.23.23. De 4.32..34. Ps.86.8,10. Is. 30 a,52. Jos.22.27,28. 49.21.-66.8. Ep.3.10.2Th.1.10. for I. ch.18.11,12. 31 called. ch.26.33. Beer-sheba. i. e. th 8 A. M.2111. B. C. 1893. and was. 1 Sa.1.22. of the oath, or the well of the seven: al Ps.131.2. Ho.1.8. feast. ch.19.3.-26.30.-29.02. to the seven ewe lambs. The verb rende -40.20, Ju.14.10,12. 1 Sa.25.36. 2 Sa.3.20. 1 Ki. 3.15. Es.1.3.

9 Sarah. ch.16.3..6,15.-17.20. Egyptian, ch. 16.1,15. mocking. 2 K1,2,23,24, 2 Ch.30.10.-36. 16. Ne.4.1..5. Job 30.1. Ps.22.6.-42.10.-44.13,14. Pr.20.11. La.1.7. Ga.4.22.29. He.11.36.

swear is derived from the word trat seven, ver. 14. ch.26.23. Jos.15.28. Ju.20.1 17.11. 1 Ki.4.25.

32 ver.27. ch.14.13.-31.53. 1 Sa.18.3. Philistines, ch.10.14.-26.8.14. Ex.13.17.J 33 grove. or, tree. Am.8, 14. The origina 10 Cast out. The word rendered cast out, eshel, has been variously translated a g signifies also to divorce. See Le. 21.7. In this plantation, an orchard, a cultivated field, v latter sense, it may be understood here. ch.25.ak; but it may denote a kind of tamar 6.19.-17.19,21.-20.11.-22.10.-36.6.7. Mat.8.11, it is rendered by GESENIUS, the sam 12.-22.13.Jn°.8.35, Ga.4.30.32. 1 Jn°.2.19. heir, Jn°8.35. Ga.3.18-4.7. 1 Pe.1.4. 1 Ju°.2.19.

11 because. ch.17.18.-22.1.2. 2 Sa. 18.33. Mat. 10.37. He.12.11.

12 hearken. 1 Sa.8.7,9. Is.46.10. in Isaac. ch. 7.19.21. Ro.9.7,8. He.11 18.

13 ver. 18. ch.16.10.-17.20.-25.12..18. 14 A.M.2112. B.C.1892. rose up. ch. Ps.119.60. Pr.27.14. Ec.9.10. took. ch.25.6.-36.6,7. child. Or, youth, (see ver. 12, 20,) as Ishmael was now 16 or 17 years of age sent. Jn.8.35. wandered. ch.16.7.-37.15. Ps.107.4. Is.16.8. Ga.4.23..25. Beer-Sheba. So called when Moses wrote; but not before Abraham's covenant with Abimelech, ver. 31. Such instances of the figure prolepsis are not unfrequent in the Pentateuch. ver.33. ch.22.19.-26. 33.-46.1. 1 Ki.19.3.

on the

the Arabic athl Beer-sheba. De.16.21.
called. ch.4.26.-12.8.-26.23,25,33.
Dr. SHUCKFORD justly contends, that 1.
pression rendered, he called on the nam
nifies he invoked IN the name.' everl
De.33.27. Ps.90.2. 1s.40.28.-57.15. Je.10.1
1.20.-16.26. 1 Ti.1.17.

34 ch.20.1.1 Ch.29.15. Ps.39.12. He.1 1 Pe.2.11.

CHAP. XXII. Abraham is tempted to offer Isaac, 1, 2. He proof of his faith and obedience, 3-10. The proventeth him, 11, 12. Isaac is exchangei ram, 13. The place is called Jehovak-jin Abraham is again blessed, 15-19. The 8 tions of Nahor unto Rebekah, 20-24.

1 A.M.2132. B.C.1872. Jos. Ant. God. 25.26.-16.4. De.8 2.-13.3. Ju.2.22. 28. 15 the water. ver.14. Ex.15.22..25.-17.1..3. 2K1.2 Ch.32.31. Pr.17.3. 1 Co.10.13. He.11.17. 3.9. Ps.63.1. Is. 44.12. Je.14.3. and she cast the 12..14-2.21. 1 Pe.1.7. tempt. Or prove, C child. Or, and she sent the lad,' to screen him as tempt, from tente, originally signified. from the intensity of the heat. hold, here I am. Heb. Behold me. ver.7.1 3.4. Is.6.8.

16 Let. ch.44.34. 1K1.3.26. Es.8.6. Is.49.15. Zec.12.10. Lu.15.20. lift. ch.27.38.-29.11. Ju. 2.4. Ru.1.9. 1 Sa.24.16.-30.4.

17 heard. ch.16.11. Ex.3.7.-22,23,27. £ Ki.13. 4,23. Ps.50.15.-65.2.-91.15. Mat.15.32. the angel. See on ch.16.9.11. What. Ju.18.23. 1 Sa. 11.5. Is.22.1. fear. ch.15.1.-46.3. Ex.14.13. Ps. 107.4..6. Is.41.10,13,14.-43.1,2. Mar.5.36.

18 I will. ver.13. ch.16.10.-17.20.-25.12..18. 1 Ch.1.29..31.

19 Nu.£2.31.2K i.6.17..20. Is.35.5,6. Lu.24.16..31. 20 God. ch.17.20.-28.15.-3.2,3,21. Ju. Lu.1.80.-2.40. an archer. ch.10.9.12-25.27.-27.3.-49.23,24.

2 Take. ch.17.19.-21.12. Jno 3.16. Ro 8.32. He.11.17. 1 Ju°.4.9.10. Moriah, 2C and offer. Ju.11.31,39. 2 K1.3.27. M1.6.7. 3 ch.17.23.-21.14. Ps.119.60. Ec.9.10. 3,4. Mat.10.37. Mar.10.58..31. Lu.14.26. Ga He.11.8,17..19.

4 third. Ex.5.3.-15.22.-19.11,15. Le.7.17 10.33.-19.12,19.-31.19. Jos.1.11. 2 Ki.go.! 5.1. Ho.6.2. Mat.17.23. Lu.13.32. 1 Co saw. 1 Sa.26.13.

5 Abide, He.12.1. come. He 11.19. 6 laid it. Is.53.6. Mat.8.17. Lu.24.26.27. 19.17. 1 Pe.2.24.

the. Nu.10.12.-12.16.-13.3.26. 1 Sa.25.1. 7 My father. Mat.26.39,42. Jn°.18.11. 1 Ch.24.3,4.-26.34,35.-27.46.-28.1,2. Ju. 15. Here am 1. Heb. Behold me. ver.1. Ich.4.2.4.-8.20. lamb. or, kid. Ex.12.3.


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