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13 A. M. 2257. B.C. 1747. Happy am 1. Heb. ply the ellipsis by inserting if found In my happiness. will call. Pr.31.28. Ca.6.9. stolen,' and the sense will be clear. Lu.1.48. and she. ch.35.26.-16.17.-49.20. De.. 33.24,25. Asher, that is, Happy.

34 Nu.22.29. 1 Co.7.7.-14.5. Ga.5.12. 35 he removed. From this it appears, 14 A. M. 2256. B. C. 1748. mandrakes. The Jacob had agreed to take all the parti-emandrake may be the Hebrew dudaïm: it is for his wages, and was now only begin so rendered by all the ancient versions, and is act upon this agreement, and consequet 1.6 a species of melon, of an agreeable odour. as yet no right to any of the cattle, th HASSELQUIST, speaking of Nazareth in Gali- Laban separated from the flock all suc lee, says, What I found most remarkable at as Jacob might afterwards claim in cons this village was the great number of mandrakes of his bargain, leaving only the black ar which grew in a vale below it. I had not the with Jacob, the hand. ch.31.9. pleasure of seeing this plant in blossom, the 37 Jacob. ch.31.9.13. green poplar. I fruit now (May 5th, O. S.) hanging ripe on the white poplar, so called from the whit the stem, which lay withered on the ground. its leaves, bark, and wood, from lavas From the season in which this mandrake blos- white. hasel. JEROME, HILLER, C soms and ripens fruit, one might form a con- Dr. SHAW, BOCHART, and other learn jecture that it was Rachel's dudaim. These say, that luz is not the hazel,' but the a were brought her in the wheat harvest, which in tree, as the word denotes both in Ara Galilee is in the month of May, about this time, Syriac. chesnut tree. The Hleb, word and the mandrake was now in fruit.' The ABBE Signifies the plane-tree,' so called from t MARITI describes it as growing low like a let naturally peeling off, and leaving the tuce, to which its leaves have a great resem-naked, as its root dram, signifies. Eze. blance, except that they have a dark green co- 39 brought forth. ch.31.9.12,38,40,42. Jour. The flowers are purple, and the root is for 35,36. the most part forked. The fruit, when ripe in the beginning of May, is of the size and colour of a small apple, exceedingly ruddy, and of a most agreeable odour. Our guide thought us fools for suspecting it to be unwholesome.' Ca. 7.13. Give me, co.25.30.

15 Nu.16,9,10,13. Is.7.13. Eze.16.47. 1 Co.4.3. 17 A.M.2257. B.C.1747. ver.6,22. Ex.3.7. 1 Sa. Lu.1.13.

41 whensoever the stronger cattle did e As the means which Jacob used would general produce similar effects-nay, P the experiment was never in any other i tried with effect,-it is more in harmo Divine truth to suppose that he was dire some Divine intimation; and rendered s ful, if not by a direct miracle, yet at I the Lord's giving a new and uncommon the tendency of natural causes.

43 ver.30. ch.13.2.-24.35.-26.13,14.—4

18 and she. ch.35.23.-46.13.-49.14,15. De.33. 18. 1 Ch.12.32. Issachar, that is, An hire. 20 A.M. cir. 2258. B.C. cir. 1746. now will. 31.7,8,42.-32.10.-33.11.-36.7. Ec.2.7. Ez ver.15. ch.29.34. and she. ch.35.23.-46.14.-49. The Lord will, in one way or other, 13. Ju.4.10.-5.14. Ps.68.27. Zebulun, that is, those who simply trust his providence. Dwelling. Mat.4.13. Zabulon. CHAP. XXXI.

21 A.M. cir. 2259. B.C. 1745. and called. ch. 34.1..3,26.-46.15. Dinah, that is, Judgment. 22 remembered, ch.8.1.-21.1.-29.31. 1 Sa.1.19, 20. Ps.105.42. opened. ver. 2. ch. 21. 1,2.-25.21. -29.31. Ps.113.9.-127.3.

Jacob, displeased with the envy of Laban and departeth secretly, 1-21. Rachel stealeth ther's images, 19. Laban pursueth after complaineth of the wrong, 22-33. Rachel's gem to hide the images, 34, 35. Jacob's ca of Laban, 36-42. The covenant of Lab Jacob at Galeed, 43-55.

23 Be fruitful and multiply,' was the blessing of God: barrenness therefore was reckoned a reproach. The intense desire of having chil- 1 Jacob. ver.8,9. Job 31.31. Ps.57.4.-6. dren, observable among the Jewish women, 120.3..5. Pr.14.30.-27.4. Ec.4.4. Eze.16.4 arose not only from this reproach of barrenness, 3.3. glory. Glory' is here used for w but from the hope of being the mother of the riches, or property; since those who I promised seed, and Him in whom all the nariches, generally make them the subject tions of the earth were to be blessed. ch.29.31. 1 Sa.1.5,6. Is.4.1. Lu.1.21,25,27.

24 And she. ch.35.24.-37.2.4.-XXXIX.-42. 6.-48.1,&c.-19.22.26. De.33.13..17. Eze.37.16. Ac.7.9..15. He.11.21,22. Re.7.8. Joseph. that is, Adding, ch.35.17,18.

ry. The original word carod, signifie 'glory' and weight.' ch.45.13. Es.5.11..) 24.25. Ps. 17.14.-19.16,17. Ec.4.4. Is.5.14 23. Mat.4.8. 1 T1.6.4. 1 Pe.1.24.

2 countenance. ch.4.5. De.28.54. 1 Sa.18 Da.3.19. it was. ch.30.7. as before. yesterday and the day before. Ex.4.10.1

25 Send me away. ch.24.54,56. mine. ch.18. 33.-31.55. and to. ch.24.6.7.-26.3.-27.44,45.-4. 1 Sa.19.7. Margins. 28.13,15.-31.13. Ac.7.4.5. He.11.9 15,16. 26 my wives. ch.29.19.20,30.-31.26,31,41. Ho. 12.12. for thou, ver.29,30. ch.31.6,38..40.

3 Return, ch.28.15,20,21,&c.-32.9.-35... 2,3.-50.24. Ps.46.1.-50.15.-90.15. land. 1 18. ch. 13. 15.-26. 3..5.-28.4,13,15.-30.95. thee. ch.21.22.-26.24.-28.15.-32.9. Is.41.10 13. 5. 5 I see. ver.2,3. the God. ver.3.13,42,5

2 favour. ch.18.3.-33 15.-34.11.-39.3.. Ex.3.21. Nu.11.11,15. Ru.2.13. 1 Sa. 16.22. 1 K.11.19. Ne.1.11.-2.5. Da.1.9. Ac.7.10. the Lord, ver.30. ch.12.3.-26.21.–39.2..5,21..23. Ps. 32.9.-48.15.-50.17. 1.3. Is.6.13.-61.9.-65.8.

28 ch.29.15,19.

29 See on ver 5. ch.31.6.-38.40. Mat.24.45. Ep. 6.5.8. Col.3.92.25. Tit.2.9.10. 1 Pe.2.15,18. 30 increased. Heb. broken forth, ver.43. and the. ver.27. since my coming. Heb. at my foot. De.11.10. when. 2 Co.12.14. 1 Ti.5.8.

31 2 Sa.21.4.6. Ps.118.8. He.13.5. 32 of such, ver.35. ch.31.8,10.

6 ver.38.42. ch.30.29. Ep.6.5.8. Col.3.2 Tit.2.9.10. 1 Pe.2.18.

7 ten times. The Hebrew, usereth moni literally, as AQUILA renders, 'ten numb and SYMMACHUS, 'ten times in number;' probably implies an indefinite number: Set 41. Le.26.26. Nu.14.22. Ne.4.12. Job 19.3. 1. Zec.8.23. God, ver.29. ch.20.6. Job 1.10 37.28.-105.14,15. Is.54.17.

8 ch.30.32.

9 ver.1,16. Es.8.1,2. Ps.50.10. Pr.13.22.

33 righteousness. ch.31.37. 1 Sa.26.23. 2 Sa.22. 21. Ps.37.6. answer. Is.59.12. in time to come. Heb. to-morrow. Ex.13.14. that shall be. Sup-120.15.

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33 So shall my righteousness ai swet for me ia time to come, when it shall cone for my hire before thy tire: every one that is not speckled and spotteri among tlie goats, and brown among the sleep, that shall be courted stolea with me

34 And Labau said, behold, I would it might be according to thy word.

35 And he removed that day the he goats that were ring straked and spotted, and all the she-goats that were speckled and spotted, and every one that had White in it, and all the brown among the sheep, and gave them into the hand of his sons.

36 And he set three days' journey be. twixt burself and Jacob and Jacob fed the rest of Laban's flocks.

37 And Jacob took him rods of green poplar, and of the base and chesnut tree and pilled white strakes in them, and made the white appear which was in the rods.

38 And he set the rods, which he had pilled, before the flocks in the gutters in the watering troughs, when the flocks came to drink, that they should conceive when they came to drink.

39 And the flocks concerved before the rods, and brought forth cattle ringstraked, speckled, and spotted

40 And Jacob did separate the lambs, and set the faces of the flocks toward the ring straked, and all the brown in the flock of Laban: and he put has own flocks by themselves, and put them not unto Laban's cattle.

41 And it came to pass, whensoever the stronger cattle did conceive, that Jacob laid the rods before the eyes of the cattie in the gutters, that they might coC&JV@ among the rods.

42 But when the cattle were feeble, he put them not in so the feebier were Laban's, and the stronger Jacob's.

43 And the man increased exceedingly, and had much cattle," and maid servants, and men-servants, and camels, and asses. CHAP. XXXI. AND he heard the words of Laban's sons, saying, Jacob hath taken away all that was our father's; and of that which was our father's hath he gotten all this glory."

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5 And said unto them, I see your fa ther's countenance, that it is not toward me as betore; but the God of my father

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6 And ye know, that with all my power I have served your father.

7 And your father hath deceived me, No. 14. 22. and changed my wages ten times: but God suffered him not to hurt me. 4

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8 If he said thus, The speckled shall be thy wages; then all the cattle bare speckled and if he said thus, I he ring straked shall be thy hire; then bare all the cattle ring straked.

9 Thus God hath taken away the cattle of your father, and given them to me.

a ver. 19.

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31 And Jacob answered and Laban, Because I was afraid: for Peradventure thou wouldest t force thy daughters from me.

10 And it came to pass at the time that B. C. 1739. | fore hast thou stolen my gods? the cattle conceived, that I lifted up mine, eyes, and saw in a dream, and, behold, the Brams which leaped upon the cattle were ring straked, speckled, and grisled. 11 And the angel of God spake unto me in a dream, saying, Jacob: and 1 said, Here am I."

12 And he said, Lift up now thine eyes, and see, all the rams which leap upon the cattle are ring-straked, speckled, and grisled: for I have seen all that Laban doeth unto thee.

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13 I am the God of Beth-el, where thou anointedst the pillar, and where thou vowedst a vow unto me: now arise, get thee out from this land, and returng unto the land of thy kindred.

14 And Rachel and Leah answered and said unto him, Is there yet any portion or inheritance for us in our father's house! 15 Are we not counted of him strangers? for he hath sold us, and hath quite devoured also our money.

16 For all the riches which God hath taken from our father, that is our's, and our children's: now then, whatsoever God hath said unto thee, do.

17 Then Jacob rose up, and set his sous and his wives upon camels;'

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32 With whomsoever thou fin gods, let him not live: before thren discern thou what is thine and take it to thee. For Jacob ki that Rachel had stolen them.

33 And Laban went into Jacol and into Leah's tent, and into maid-servants' tents; but he fournot. Then went he out of Leal and entered into Rachel's tent.

34 Now Rachel had taken the and put them in the camel's fu and sat upon them. And Laban 7 ed all the tent, but found them not

35 And she said to her father, not displease my lord that I can up before thee; for the custom men is upon me. And he search found not the images.

36 And Jacob was wroth, and with Laban: and Jacob answer said to Laban, What is my t what is my sin, that thou hast s pursued after me?

37 Whereas thou hast searched 18 And he carried away all his cattle,& teraphim.stuff, what hast thou found of : and all his goods which he had gotten, p Ju. 17.5. household-stuff? set it here bef the cattle of his getting, which he had 1 Sa. 19. 13. brethren, and thy brethren, the gotten in Padan-aram, for to go to Isaac his father in the land of Canaan.

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38 This twenty years have I bet of Laban.thee; thy ewes and thy she-goat; not cast their young, and the r thy flock have I not eaten.

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21 So he fled with all that he had; and he rose up, and passed over the river," and set his face toward the mount Gilead. 22 And it was told Laban on the third day, that Jacob was fled.

23 And he took his brethren with him, and pursued after him seven days' journey; and they overtook him in the mount Gilead.

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24 And God came to Laban the Syrian in a dream by night, and said unto him, Take heed that thou speak not to Jacob either n good or bad. 25 Then Laban overtook Jacob. Now: b 1 Sa. 30. 2. Jacob had pitched his tent in the mount; hast stolen and Laban with his brethren pitched in the mount of Gilead.

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thou done, that thou hast stolen away un- d Job21.11,12 awares to me, and carried away my daugh- e Jos. 22. ters, as captives & taken with the sword! 24.27. 27 Wheretore didst thou flee away se- f 1K1.19. 20. cretly, and steal away from me; and didst not tell me, that I might have sent g ch. 25. 18. thee away with mirth, and with songs,d Chald. the with tabret, and with harp? heap of

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40 Thus I was; in the day the d consumed me, and the frost by nigh my sleep departed from mine eyes

41 Thus have I been twenty y thy house; I served thee fourteen' for thy two daughters, and six for thy cattle: and thou hast cl my wages" ten times.

42 Except the God of my fath God of Abraham, and the fear of had been with me, surely thou had me away now empty. God hath my affliction and the labour hands, and rebuked thee yesterni

43 And Laban answered and san Jacob, These daughters are my daug and these children are my childre these cattle are my cattle, and al

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44 Now, therefore, come thou, make a covenant. I and thou; and be for a witness' between me and t 45 And Jacob took a stone, an it up for a pillar.

40 And Jacob said unto his bret Gather stones; and they took st and made an heap: and they dic there upon the heap.

47 And Laban called it * Jegardutha: but Jacob called it A Galeed.

48 And Laban said, This heap is a ness between me and thee this day. T fore was the name of it called Galee 49 And Mizpah; for he said,

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video ar bail, to which our word chair. MORYSON describes then as 'tu Te and Freich grace, now grele, cars like cradles, covered with red cotto =-40, Seace greaic, spotted with tang on the two sales of the cassel.' HANWAY calls them kedga: api, which are a kind of co May to 31. ch.16.7. 13.-18 1.17.- vered chairs, which the Perans bang over I che... £x.3.1. i Sa.34, their camels in the manner of painters, and are big enough for one person to sit in THE I have seen. ver. 42. VENOT, who calls them cowser, says that they BY LINK DECL15 Pr.12.5-139.3. Ec. lay over them a cover, which keeps them both from the rain and sun an MAILLAT dem bes them as covered cages, hanging on each side of a camel. Dhe iste Editor of CALMET Las fur nished a correct delineation of t'ese cans, as seen on one side of a camel, copied from, DALTON'S Prints of Egyptian Figures. searched, Heb, feit.

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35 my Lord. ch.18.12. Fx.20.19 Le 19.3 Fp. 6.1. 1 Pe..18-3.6. The up. Le 1692112.19 custom ch.18.11. Le.15.19.

I was wroth, ch.30 2.-34.7.-49.7. Nu-16.15. 2 K.5.11.-13.19 Pr.28.1. Mar.3.3. Ep.4 26.

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37 set it here. ver.32. Jon.7.21 1a... 3,4. * 54 These might have been images Mat.18.16. 1 Co.6.4,5. 1 Th.2.10. He.13.18. 1 Pe. 1780s rigens tous, or idolatrous purposes, 2.12.-3.16. Startered pade by Laban, in ver. 30.

38 twenty, ver.41. ewes. ch.30.27,30. Ex.23. *ts of ONKELOS and JONATHAN 26. De.28.4. the rams, Fzv.34.2.4. *** talaga.ja," in ages,' the LXX, and FUERIT, GÂuka, “hicis & Aquila, μop res; and the Persian, asterlabha,

† noren Laban. Heb, the heart of La telerences on ver 2.

39 ton of. Ex.2210, M. Le 298 1 a 17:34,35,
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40 Ex.2.19.22.-3.1. Ps.78 70,71. Ho 12.12.
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44 let us. ch.15.18.-21.42. 32-26.08. 11. 158. 20.14.17. a witness, Ver.48,52, ch.21 30. De. 31.19.21,26. 10.22.27-24 23.47. God can put a bridle into the mouth of wicked men to restrain their malice; and then, though they have no love for his people, they will pretend to it, and try to make a merit of necessity.-SCOTT. 45 ch.28.18. 22.

17.1 Sa 14.43.-17.2). 16.18-35. 46 brethren, ver.£3,32.37,54. Gather, Jos.4. 664-34.09. 182.30.2. 5.9.20..24.-7.26. 2 Sa 18.17. Ec.3.5. an heap. farmer 3 5,20,21,31 Ju.6.27. steal. The word gal, rendered 'heap,' properly signiHeb hast stolen me. ver. 20. fies a round heap or circle, probably like the 2 Prat 23...26. with mirth, ch. Druidical remains in this country, which have 20141114. tabret. Ex.15.20. been traced in India, Peisia, Westeru Asia, 7.29.13. Ex.4.27. Ru.1.9.14. Greece, and Northern Europe. These usually foolishly. ver.3,13,24. consist of irregular circles of large stones, with la principal one in the midst, the former pro bably being used for seats, and the latter for an 1. Jos 04.2.3. 2 K1.19.10. Dag altar; corresponding to the stone set up as a pillar by Jacob, and the heap of stuues conected by his brethren. They appear to have been 19. Ex 12.12. No.33.4.Ju.6.31. used, as Grigal undoubtedly was, (Jos.4.5. Ju. 255.01. 15.37.19.-46.12. 21-3.19-XX. 1547.16-10817-11.15.-13.7. -15.33. Sa.19.15,40. 2 Ki.2.1.) as temples, and

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47 Jegar-sakadutha. 1. e. the heap of witness. Chaid. Galced. 1. e. the heap of witness. Heb. He. 12. 1.

48 This heap. Jos.24.27. Galeed, or, Gilead, ver.23. De.2.3.-3.16. Jos.13.8,9.

49 Mispah. 1.6. a beacon, or watch tower. ver 17:19 furniture. The word Ju.10.17.-11.11.29. Mizpeh. 1 Sa.7.5.1 Ki.15.29. dterature,' properly denotes Hos.5 1.

God. Ju.11. principal part of their riches; being eve So serviceable, that the providence of ( pears peculiarly kind and wise in pr such animals for those countries, where t animal could be of equal service. 1 camel gives milk continually, not ceasi when with young; the milk of which 53 God of Abraham, ch. 11.24..29.31.-17.7.- mixed with three parts of water, affo 22.20..24.-24.3,4. Ex.3.6. Jos.24.2. their father, most pleasant and wholesome beverage For avthem, THEIR father,' several MSS. read 30.43.-31.9,16.De.8.18. 1 Sa.25.2. Job 1.8. avichem, YOUR father,' for Terah was an idolater: see Jos.24.2. judge, ch.16.5. sware. ch.14.22. -21.23,24.-24.3.-26.28..31. fear. ver.42. De.6.13. 54 offered sacrifice. or, killed beasts. did eat. ch.21.8.-26.30.-37.25. Ex.18.12. 2 Sa.3.20,21. 55 and kissed, ver.28. ch.33.4. Ru.1.14. blessed. ch.24.60.-28.1. Nu.23.5,8,11. De.23.5. Pr.16.7. returned, cb.18.33.-30.25. Nu.24.25. De.32.36. Ps.76.10. Ac.28.4,5.

50 afflict. Le.18.18. Mat.19.5,6.

10. 15a.12.5. Je.20.23.-42.5. Mi.1.2. Mal.2.14. -3.5. 1 Th.2.5.

51 I have cast. For yarithi, I have set up,' we may read, yaritha, THOU hast set up, with one Heb, and one Sam. MS.: see ver. 45. 52 See on ver.44,45,48.


16 space. ver.20. ch.33.8,9. Ps.112.5. 1 Is.28.26. Mat.10.16.

17 Whose art. ch.33.3
18 See on ver.4,5.

20 I will appease. ch.43.11. 1 Sa.25.17.. 42.8,9. Pr.15.18.-16.14--21.14. perad 1 Sa.6.5. 1 K1.20.31. Jon.3.9. 2 Ti.2.05. Heb. my face. Job 428,9. Pr.6.35.

22 his two wives. ch.29.21..35.-30.1..5 18,22..26. 1 Ti.5.8. the ford Jabbok. C ford of Jabbok,' a stream which takes

Jacob's vision at Mahanaim, 1, 2. His message to Esau, 3-5. He is afraid of Esau's coming, 6-8. the mountains of Gilead, and fails i He prayeth for deliverance, 9-12. He sendeth a Jordan to the south of the lake of Genne present to Esau, and passeth the brook Jabbok, It is now called the Zerka. De.2.37.-3.16J 13-23. He wrestleth with an angel at Peniel, where 23 sent them. Heb. caused to pass. he is called Israel, 24-30. He halteth, 31, 32. 24 wrestled. ch.30.8. Lu.13.24.-22.44. 1 angels. Ps.91.11. He.1.4. 1 Co.3.22. Ep.3.10. 26,27.-15.30. Ep.6.12,18. Col.2.1.-4.12. 2 God's. Jos.5.14. 2 Ki.6.17. Ps.34.7.-103.21. man. ver.28,30. ch.48.16. Is.32.2. Ho. -148.2. Da.10.20. Lu.2.13. the name. Jos.21.38, 1 Co.15.47. breaking of the day. Heb. asc 2 Sa.2.8,12.-17.24,26,27. 1 Ki.2.8.-4.14. Ma- of the morning. Ex.14.. Cant.2.17. hanaim. i.e. two hosts, or camps. Cant. 6. 13. 25 that Nu.14 Mahanaim was situated between Gilead and Hos.12.3,4. Mat.15.22.28. Lu.11.5.8. the river Jabbok, near the present Djezan. ver.32. Ps.30.6.7. Mat.26.41,44. 2 Co.12. 3 sent. Mal.3.1. Lu.9.52.-14.31,32. land. The 26 Let me go. Ex.32.10. De.9.14. Ca land, or mountains, of Seir was situated south Is.45.11.-64.7. Lu.24.28,29. I will not. and east of the Dead Sea; forming a continua 34. Ho.12.4. Lu.18.1..7. Ro.8.37. 1 Co tion of the castern Syrian chai. of mountains, 2 Co.12.8,9. He.5.7. thou bless. 1 Ch.4.1 beginning with Antilibanus, and extending from 67-1,0,7-115.12,13. thence to the eastern gulf of the Red Sea." Seir. 28 Thy name, ch.17.5,15.-33.20.-35.10.] ch.14.6.-33.14,16.-36.6..8. De.2.5.22. Jos.24.4. 16. 2 Sa.12.25. K.17.34.Is.62.2.4.-65.15. country. Heb. field. Edom. See on ch.25.30. 42. Re.2.17. Israel. i. c. a prince of Go 4 my lord. ver.5,18. ch.4.7.-23.6.-27.29,37.—a prince. Or, according to the LXX., V 33.8. Ex.32.02. 1 Sa.26.17. Pr.6.3.-15.1. Lu.14. 11. 1 Pe.3.6. servant. 1 Ki.20.32. Ec.10.4. 5 have oren. ch.30.43.-31.1,16.-33.11. Job 6. 22. may find. ch.33.8,15.-17.25. Ru.2.2. 1 Sa.1.

18. 2 Sa.16.4.

HOUBIGANT, DATHE, and ROSENMU because thou hast had power with God shalt also prevail with men.' There beautiful antithesis between the two terms 08, Elohim, God, the Almighty,

6 and four. ver8,11. ch.27.40,41.-33.1.Am.5.19. WIN, anashim, weak, feeble men, i 7 greatly. Ex.14.10. Ps.18.4.5.-31.13.-55.4,5. -61.2.-142.4.Mat.8.26.Jn°.16.33. Ac.14.22. 2 Co. 1.48..10. 2 T1.3.12. distressed. ch.35.3. Ps.107.6. and he. Ps.112.5. Pr.2.11. Is.28.26. Mat.10.16. 8 ch.33.1..3. Mat.10.16.

word imports-seeing thou hast had with the Almighty, surely thou shalt p over perishing mortals. power. ver.24. 1 3..5. with men. ch.25.31.-27.33..36.36..57.-33.4. 1 Sa.26.25. Pr.16.7.

9 Jacob. 1 Sa.30.6. 2 Ch.20.6,12.-32.20. Ps.34. 29 Wherefore. ver.27. De.29.29. Ju. 13.1 4..6.-50.15.-91.15. Phi.4.6,7. O God. ch.17.7. Job 11.7. Pr.30.4. Is.9.6. Lu.1.19. -28.13.-31.29,42.53. Ex.3.6. the Lord. ch.31.3,13. 26. ch.27.28,29.-28.3,4,13,14. Ho.6.1. blesses 10 not worthy of the least of all. Heb. less than 30 Jacob. ver.31. Penuel. ch.28.19. Juf all. ch.18.27. 3 Sa.7.18. Job 42.5,6. Ps.16.2. Is. 1 Ki.12.25. Peniel. i.e. the face of G 6.5.-637. Da 9.8,9. Lu.5.8.-17.10. Co.12.11. Peniel, or Penuel, was evidently situated 1 T.1.12..15. 1 Pe.5.5. 1 Jn°.1.8..10. mercies, ch. the ford of Jabbok, on the north of that st 24.27. Ps.8.5. truth, ch.24.27.-28.15. Ps.61.7.-about forty miles from Jerusalem. I 85.10. Mi.7.20. my staff, ch.28.10.11. Job8.7. ch.16.13. Ex.24.10.11.-33.14,19..23. Nu Ps.18.35. two bands. ver.5.7. ch.30.43. De.8.18. De.5.24.-34.10. Ju.6.22,23.-13.21,22. I Ps. 18.35.-84.7. Job 17.9. Pr.4.18. Jn.1.18. 2 Co.3.18.-4.6. Ga.1.6. Ep.1.17. ( 15. 2 Ti.1.10. He.11.27.

11 Deliver. 1 Sa. 12.10.-21.15. Ps.16.1.-25.20. -31.2.-43.1.-59.1,2.-119.134.-142.6. Pr.18.19. Da.3.17. Mat.6.13. the mother. De.22.6. Ho. 10. 14. with, Heb. upon.

12 thou. ch.32.6. Ex.32.13. Nu.23.19. 1 Sa.15 29. Mat.24.35. 2 11.2.13. Tit.1.2. Heb.6.17. will. ch.28.13..15.-46.3,4.

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31 rose upon. ch.19.15,23. Mal.4.2.
ver.25. Ps.38.17. 2 Co.1.7.9.
32 eat not. 1 Sa.5.5.

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CHAP. XXXIII. Jacob and Esau's meeting; and Esau's depa 1-16. Jacob cometh to Succoth, 17. At Shale buyeth a field, and buildeth an altar, called elohe-Imael, 18-20.

1 Esau came. ch.27.41,42.-32.6. And he

13 which, 1 Sa.25.8. to his hand, Or, under his hand' or power; i. e. what Providence had put in his power or possession. a present, ver. 20,21. ch.18.2.-33.10.-42.6.-43.11,26. 1 Sa.25. 32. 7, 16. 27. Pr.17.8-18.16.-19.6.-21.14.

2 Rachel, ch.29.30.-30.22..24.-37.3. Mal.:
3 passed. Jn.10.4,11,12,15.
butrea. ch.18

14 This was a princely present. The
thirty milch camels were particularly valu 42.6.-43.26. Pr.6.3. Ec.10.4. Lu.14.11.
abic; for among the Arabs they constitute a times. 1 Sa.2.5.


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