Page images
PDF
EPUB

I will. Nu.14.12. De.9.14,19. 22. Pr.21.3. Joel 2.12..14. Zec.13.3. Ma 11 besought. De.9.18..20,26... Ps.106.23. the Consecrate. Heb. fill your hands. Lord his God, Heb, the face of the Lord. why 30 Ye have. ver.31. 1 Sa.2.17.-12.20,2 doth. Nu.11.11.-16. 22. De.9.18..29. Ps.74.1,2. 12.9. 2 Ki.17.21. Lu.7.47.-15.18. perad Is.63.17. Je.12.1,2. which thou. ver.7. 2 Sa.16.12. Am.5.15. Jon.3.9. 2 Ti.2.25. a

[ocr errors]

12 should. Nu.14.13..16. De. 9. 28.-32.26,27. ment. ver.32. Nu.16.47.-25.13. Job 42.7. Jos.7.9. Ps.74.18.-79.9.10. Eze.20.9,14,22. Tuin 9.3. Ga.3.13. Ja.5.16. from. De.13.17. Jos.7.26. Ezr.10.14. Ps.78.38.- 31 returned. ch.34.28. De.9.18.19. 85.3. repent. ver.14. Ge.6.6. De.32.36. Ps.90. 30. Ezr.9.6,7,15. Ne.9.33. Da.9.5,8,11. 13.-106.45. Am.7.3,6. Jou.3.9. Zec.8.14. ch.20.4.23.

13 Remember. Le.26.42. De.7.8.-9.27. Lu.1. 32 if thou. Nu.14.19. Da.9.18,19. Am. 54,55. to whom, Ge.22.16.-26.3,4. He.6.13. 123.34. blot me. Allusion may be mad will multiply. Ge. 12. 2,7.-13.15,16.-15.5,7,18.-26.4.-8.13,14.-35.11.12.-48.16.

registry of births, in which those born o ticular tribe were entered in the list respective families under that tribe. T the book of life, and when any died, hi might be considered as blotted out of 1 But as Moses addressed the LORD, he u edly referred, by faith, to the book of G membrance. ver.10. De.9.14.-25.19.-29 17 Joshua had waited patiently during all 50.8.-69.28.-139.16. Eze.13.9. Da.12.1 the forty days, in the place where Moses had Phi.4.3. Re.3.5.-17.8.-21.27.-22.19. left him-below the summit of the mount, at a 33 sinned. Le.23.30. Ps.69.28. Eze.18 distance from the people, and out of the way of book. Ps.109.13,14. Phi.4.3. Re.13.8.-20 temptation. Joshua. ch.17.9.-24.13. they shout- 34 mine Angel, ch.23.20.-33.2,14,15. N ed. ver. 18 Ezr.3.11..13. Ps. 47.1. There is a Is.63.9. the day. ch.20.5. Nu.14.27 ..30. noise. Jos.6.5,10,16,20. Ju.15.14. 1 Sa.4.5,0.-17. 35. Je.5.9.29. Am.3.14. Mat.23.35. Ro.g 20,52. Job 39.25. Je.51.14. Am.1.14.-2.2. 35 ver. 25. 2 Sa.12.9,10. Mat.27.3..7. 4

14 De.32.26.2 Sa.24.16. 1 Ch.21.15. Ps.106.45. Je.18.8.-26.13,19. Joel 2.13. Jon.3.10.-4.2. 15 turned, ch.24.18. De.9.15. the testimony. ch. 16.34.-40.20, De.5.22. Ps.19.7. written. Re.5.1. 16 ch.31.18.-34.1,4. De.9.9..11,15.-10.1. 2 Co. 3.3,7. He.8.10.

18 being overcome. Heb. weakness. but the.-7.41. ch.15.1,&. Da.5.4,23.

19 he saw. ver.4..6. De.9.16,17. the dancing. ch.15.20. 2 Sa.6.14. La.5.15. anger, ver.11. Nu. 12.3. Mat.5.22. Mar.3.5.-10.14. Ep.4.26. brake them. De. 9. 17.-27.26. Je. 31. 32. Zec. 11. 10,

11. 14.

CHAP. XXXIII,

The Lord refuseth to go as he had promised people, 1-3. The people mourn thereat, tabernacle is removed out of the camp, 7, Lord talketh familiarly with Moses, 917, prevaileth with God, and desireth to see hi 12-23.

1 Depart. ch.32.34.

thou hast. ch.17.

20 took the calf. How truly contemptible must the object of their idolatry appear, when they were obliged to drink their god, reduced to 7. the land. ch.32.13. Ge.22.16..18.-26 powder, and strewed on the water! Some have 13..15. Unto. Ge.12.7.-13.14..17.-15.18 asked, how gold, the most ductile and ponder. 2 an angel, ch.23.20.-32.34.-34.11. ous of all metals, could have been stamped naanite. See on ch.3.8.17. De.7.22. Jos.2 into dust, and strewed on the water. In De.9 3 a land. ch.3.8.-13.5. Le.20.24. Na.. 21, this is fully explained. I took, says Moses. 14.8.-16.13. Jos.5.6. Je.11.5. for 1. ver your sin, the calf which ye had made, and burnt it ch.32.10,14. Nu.14.12. De.32.26,27. 1 Sa. with fire; that is, melted it down, probably into 18.7.10. Eze. 3.18,19.-33. 13..16. Jon.: ingots or gross plates, and stamped it, beat it stiff necked. ch.32.9.-34.9. De.9.6..13. I into thin lamine, something like our gold leaf, Ac.7.51. lest 1. ch.23.21.-32.10. Nu.B and ground it very small, even until it was as Am.3.13,14. small as dust, which might be very easily done) by the action of the hands, when beat into thin plates or leaves, as the original words ekkoth, and dak, imply. De 7.5,25.-9.21. 2 Ki.23.6,15. made Eze.24.17.23.-26.16. Jon.3.6. the. Pr.1.31.-14.14.

21 Ge.20.9.-26.10. De.13.6..8. 1 Sa.26.19. 1 Sa. 26.19. 1 Ki.14.16.-21.22. 2 Ki.21.9.11.

92 knowest. ch.14.11.-15.24.-16.2..4,20,28.-17. 2..4. De.9.7,24. that they are. De.31.27. 1 Sa. 15.24. Ps.36.4. Pr.4.16.

23 See on ver. 1..4,8.

4 they mourned. Nu.14.1,39. Ho.7.14. 3,5. and no. Le.10.6. 2 Sa.19.24. 1 Kig1.2 19.1. Ezr.9.3. Es.4.1..4. Job 1.20.-2.12. I

5 Ye are. ver. 3. Nu.16,45,46. in an Nu.16.21,45. Job 34.20. Ps.73.19. La.4.6. Is.22.12. I may. Ge.18.21.-22.12. De.8 139. 23.

6 ver.4. ch.32.3. Je.2.19.

7 the tabernacle. Eth haohel, the TEN eth hammishcan, the TABERNACLE, for d 24 So they. ver. 4. Ge. 3.12,13. Lu.10.29. Ro. not erected; but probably the tent of 3.10. which was before in the midst of the cam 25 naked. The term naked may mean either to which the people came for judgment that they were unarmed and defenceless, or where, no doubt, God frequently met h ashained from the consciousness of guilt. ch.33. vant. The situation, as well as the st 4..6. Ge.3.10. Is.47.3. Ho.2.3. Mi.1.11. Re.3.17, elegance, of a chief's tent, was one me 18-16.15. Aaron. De.9.20.2 Ch.23.19. shame. which he was honoured. Eze.16.63. Da.12.2. Ro.6.21. afar off. Ps.10 their enemies. 22. Pr.15.29. Is 59.2. Ho.9.12. the Taber Heb. those that rose up against them. See on ch.29.42,43. 26 Who is on. Jos.5.13. 2 Sa.20.11. 2 K1.9.32. Ps.27.8. 1s.55.6,7. Mat.7.7,8. sought. De.4.29. 2 S Mat.12.30. went out 13.11..13.

slay every man. ver.26,29. Nu.25.5,7.12. De. 33.8.9. Lu.14.26. 2 Co.5.16.

28 children. De.33.9. Mal.2.4..6. Nu.16.32..35.41. 1 Co.10.3. He.2.2.3.

there fell.

8 and stood. Nu.16.27. 9 cloudy. ch.13.21,22. Ps.99.7. talked. ch.25.02.-31.18.-34.3,9. Ge.17.22.-18.33. 11.17. Eze.3.22.

29 or, another reading of this verse is: And 10 worshipped, ch.4.31. 1 Ki.8.14,22. La. Moses said. Consecrate yourselves to-day to 11 spake, ver.9. Ge.32.30. Nu.12.8. De the Lord; because every man hath been against 34.10. his friend. 2 Ch.20.7. Job 16.21. la his son and against his brother, &c. Moses. Ju".3.29.-11.11.-15.14,15. Ja.2.23. Nu.25.11..13, De.13.6..11.-33.9,10. 1 Sa.15.18.. ch 17.9.-24.13.-32.17.

his so

[ocr errors]

B. C. 1491.

Na 14. 12.
P. 106, 23

Chin Moses bescaught & the LORD his mat sanch, La ɛg, anył doth thy wrath ou post thy people, which thougor, met forth out of the art of Fgypt perjover, and with a mighty hand?

tre should the Egyptians PER SAY, FUT Buchse: did he bring Taz, to say them in the mountains, Alis, rectame them from the face of the Intel by terce wrath, and

Taast thy people. Peterber Abraham, Isaac, and Is 57 werach, to what thou swarest sad sadst unto them, NTERS Tr seed as the stars of his and that I have skiløse to your seed, and *sters for ever. Ateina repented of the evil The tuer to do unto his people.

beturaed, and went down Eat, and the two tables of the TOREROS Sands. the tables were Vises their sides; on the one dat er were they written. A tables sere the work of *** wife writing as the writing of the tables.

Jossa heard the noise of) Dey shouted, he said unto abuse of war in the camp. sade, Isot the voice of them Farmastery, Deither is ye voice *ry for (being overcome; white rhem that sing do I hear.

at came to pass, as soon as he to the car, that he saw the

And
Mors said,
Consecrate
yeursrives
to-day lo
the LORD,
because

Pery man
hath been

29 For Moses had said, ↑ Consecrate yourselves to-day to the LORD, even every man upon his son, and upon his brother, that he may bestow upon you" a blessing this day.

30 And it came to pass on the morrow, that Moses said unto the people, 4 Ye have sinned a great sin; and now I will go up unto the LORD, peradventure I shall make an atonement for your sin.

31 And Moses returned unto the LORD, and said, Oh, this people have sinned a against his great sin, & have made them gods of gold, 32 Yet now, if thou wilt forgive their sin; and if not, blot me, I pray time, out of thy book which thou hast written.

Bon, and
against his
brother, &c.
- Fill your
hands.

a the face of
the LORD.
& De.9.1.29.
Ps 74 1, 2
Joel 212-14

48a123023
• De 32,7.
Nu. 3. 13.
Job 12.7,8.

[ocr errors]

Am. 1

Ja. 5. 16.

De. 13. 17.
Jos. 7. 26.
Ezr. 10, 14.

Pa. 78. 38.

Ps. 90.13. i ch. 20. 23. Ge. 22. 16.

Ro. 2. 3.

He. 6. 13.

1 Pa. 56. 8.
Da. 12. 1.
Phi. 4. 3.
Re. & S.
P. 69. 28,
2 Sa. 24.16.
1Ch.21.15.
Ps. 106, 45.
Je. 19. 8.

the sang and Moses' anger wald be cast the tables out of his as brave them beneath the mount, is the calf which they had had but it is the fire, and ground tered traved upon the water, The midren of Israel drink of it. | Adres said auto Aaron, What un's thee, that thou hast ♬ a wa upeo them!

Joel 2. 13.
ch. 23. 20.

Nu. 20. 16.
Is. 63. 9.

[ocr errors]

33 And the LORD said unto Moses, Whosoever hath sinned against me," him will I blot out of thy book.

34 Therefore now go, lead the people unto the place of which I have spoken unto thee: behold, mine Angel? shall go be fore thee: nevertheless in the day when I visit I will visit their sin upon the

35 And the LORD plagued the people, because they made the calf, which Aaron made. CHAP. XXXIII.

AND the LORD said unto Moses, De part, and go up hence, thou and the peopie which thou hast brought up out of the land of Egypt, unto the land which Esware unto Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, saying, Unto thy seed wait I give it:

2 And I will send an angel before thee, and I will drive out the Canaanite, the Amorite, and the Hittite, and the Perizzite, the Hivite, and the Jebusite

3 Unto a land flowing with milk and honey: for I will not go up in the madst of thee; for thou art a stiff-necked people, lest I consume thee in the way.

4 And when the people heard these evil tidings, they mourned, and no man did put on ham his ornaments.

5 For the LORD had said unto Moses, Say unto the claldren of Israel, Ye are a stiff-necked people: I will come up into the midst of thee in a moment, and con. sume thee: therefore now put off thy

12 said. Let not the anger De 32. 36. ornaments from thee, that I may know

thou knowest the

that are at on mischief.

Dad unto me, Make us!

beture us: for as for

Am. 3. 14.
ch. 31 18.

De. 9. 10.
He. 8. 10.

Steps that brought us up weaknen.

Glane of Egypt, we wot not

tee of hip-
De. 9. 21.
1 Ge. 20. 9.
dunt them. Whosoever a Job 1. 20.
gold let them break it off. So
Is. 32. 11.
Exe. 26, 16.
De. 31. 27.

i . then I cast it into the
there came out this calf.
And when Moses saw that the peo- ver. 1.
awed, (for Aaron had made
unto their shame among

Voss stood in the gate of the Who won the LORD's camuto me. And all the Le gathered themselves toge- |

[ocr errors]

ch.29.42,43.

y ver. 4.
ach. 33. 4, 5
2Ch. 28. 19.
Is. 47. 3.
Mi. 1. 11.
Re. 3. 18.
those that

rose up
against

them.

sad ecto them, Thus saith the
Dafad of Israel, Put every man his
hude, and go in and out from
ernest the camp, and slay a Ps. 99. 7.
brother, and every man his Nu. 25. 5.
every man his neighbour. e De. 34 10.
3 of Levi did according & De. 33. 9.

on: and there fell of the
about three thousand men.

what to do unto thee.

6 And the children of Israel stripped themselves of their ornaments by the mount Horeb.

7 And Moses took the tabernacle, and pitched it without the camp, afar off from the camp, and called it The Labernacle of the Congregation. And it came to pass, that every one which sought the LORD went out unto the tabernacle of the congregation, which was without the camp.

8 And it came to pass, when Moses went out unto the tabernacle, that all the peo ple rose up, and stood every man at his tent-door, and looked after Mo es, until he was gone into the tabernacle.

9 And it came to pass, as Moses entered into the tabernacle, the cloudy pillar descended, and stood at the door of the tabernacle, and the LORD talked with Moses

10 And all the people saw the cloudy pillar stand at the tabernacle door: and all the people rose up and worshipped every man in his tent door.

11 And the LORD spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend. Mal. 2. 4-6. And be turned again into the camp: but his servant Joshua,the son of Nun, a young

head toward the earth, and wors Andre
9 And he said, If now I have fou
in thy sight, O LORD, let my Lor
thee, go among us; for it is a st
ed people; and pardon our iniquity
sin, and take us for thine inheri

man, departed not out of the tabernacle. B. C. 1491.
12 And Moses said unto the LORD, See,
thou sayest unto me, Bring up this peo-a ch. 32. 34.
ple: and thou hast not let me know whom & ch.15.16.
thou wilt send with me. Yet thou hast e ch. 33. 3
said, I know theed by name, and thou d Is. 43. 1.
hast also found grace in my sight.

13 Now therefore, I pray thee, if I have found grace in thy sight, 4 shew me nowe thy way, that I may know thee, that I may find grace in thy sight; and consider that this nation is thy people.

14 And he said, My presence' shall go with thee, and I will give thee" rest.

[ocr errors]

15 And he said unto him, If thy presence go not with me, carry us not up hence. 16 For wherein shall it be known here & that I and thy people have found grace in thy sight? is it not in that thou goest with us? so shall we be separated, I and thy people, from all the people that are upon the face of the earth.

[ocr errors]

i

Je. 1. 5.
2 Ti. 2. 19.

De. 32. 9.
Ps. 33. 12.

94. 14.
135. 4.
Je. 10. 16.
Zec. 2. 12.

De. 5. 2, 3. 29. 12, 14. De-432-37. Ps. 78. 12. Ps. 86. 11. 119.33. Jn°.14.21.23

De.9. 26, 29,

Joel 2. 17.

Ps. 65. 5.
7 ch.40.34.38.

17 And the LORD said unto Moses, IA will do this thing also that thou hast spoken: for thou hast found grace in my sight, and I know thee by name.

18 And he said, I beseech thee, shew me thy glory.

19 And he said, I will make all my goodness pass before thee, and I will proclaim the name of the LORD before thee; and will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will shew mercy on whom I will shew mercy.

20 And he said, Thou canst not see my face; for there shall no man see me, & live. 21 And the LORD said, Behold, there is a place by me, and thou shalt stand upon a rock :

22 And it shall come to pass, while my glory passeth by, that I will put thee in a clift of the rock, and will cover thee with my hand while I pass by:

23 And I will take away mine hand, and thou shalt see my back parts; but my face shall not be seen.

CHAP. XXXIV.

AND the LORD said unto Moses, Hew

thee two tables of stone like unto the first; and I will write upon these tables the words that were in the first tables, which thou brakest.

Is. 63. 9.

m Jos. 23. 1.

p

Je. 6. 16.

n De. 7. 1, 19.
9.4,5.
Ps. 4. 6.
Nu. 14. 14.
De. 4.7, 34.
2 Sa. 7. 23.
1 Ki. 8. 53.
Ps. 147. 20.
2 Co. 6, 17.
9 Jos.23.12,13
B statues.
Mat. 4. 10.
ch. 34. 5.7.
Ro.9.15,18.
Nu. 25. 1, 2.
Ezr. 9. 2.

u

2 Co. 6. 14.
Jno. 1. 18.

1 Ti. 6. 16.
He. 1. 1.3.

ch. 12. 15.

23. 15.

ch. 13. 2. y or, kid.

y De. 10. 1..4. ch. 35. 2. revolution of the year, 3 And no man shall come up with 6 ch.23.14,17. thee, neither let any man be seen through-e ver. 11. out all the mount; neither let the flocks d nor herds feed before that mount. 4 And he hewed two tables of stone like e Pr. 18. 10.

2 And be ready in the morning, and come up in the morning unto mount Si-a ch.19.12,13. nai, and present thyself there to me in the top of the mount.

unto the first; and Moses rose up early in the morning, & went up unto mount Sinai, as the LORD had commanded him, and took in his hand the two tables of stone. 5 And the LORD descended in the cloud, and stood with him there, and proclaimed the name of the LORD.

6 And the LORD passed by before him, and proclaimed, The LORD, The LORD God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in goodness 4 and truth,

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

2Ch. 17. 10.
Job 1. 10.

De 262,10.

Nu. 14. 18.

2 Ch. 30. 9.
Ne. 9. 17.
Ps. 86, 15.
103. 8.

116. 5.
145.8.

Joel 2. 13.

Jon. 4. 2.
Ro. 2. 4.

[blocks in formation]

10 And he said, Behold, I ma venant: before all thy people I marvels, such as have not been all the earth, nor in any nation the people among which thou see the work of the LORD; fo terrible thing that I will do wit

11 Observe thou that which I c thee this day: behold, I drive o thee the Amorite, and the Canaa the Hittite, and the Perizzite, Hivite, and the Jebusite.

12 Take heed to thyself, lest t a covenant with the inhabitan land whither thou goest, lest it Snare in the midst of thee:

13 But ye shall destroy their alti their images, and cut down thei 14 For thou shalt worship god for the LORD, whose nam lous, is a jealous God:

15 Lest thou make a covenant inhabitants of the land, and t whoring after their gods, and do unto their gods, and one call t thou eat of his sacrifice:

16 And thou take of their unto thy sons, and their daugh whoring after their gods, and i sons go a whoring after their ge

17 Thou shalt make thee no mol 18 The feast of unleavened br thou keep. Seven days thou sha leavened bread, as I comman in the time of the month Abib:1 month Abib thou camest out from

19 All that openeththe matri and every firstling among th whether ox or sheep, that is mak

20 But the firstling of an ass t redeem with a ylamb: and if tho him not, then shalt thou break All the first-born of thy sons t redeem. And none shall appea

me empty.

21 Six days thou shalt work the seventh day thou shalt rest ing time and in harvest thou sh

22 And thou shalt observe the weeks, of the first-fruits of wheat &ye feast of ingathering at ye dye

23 Thrice in the year shall, men children appear before th God, the God of Israel,

-3.

24 For I will cast out the nation * the any mand desire thy lan and enlarge thy borders: thou shalt go up to appear be LORD thy God thrice in the year 25 Thou shalt not offer the blo sacrifice with leaven; neither s sacritice of the feast of the pass left unto the morning.

26 The first of the first-fruits land thou shalt bring unto the t the LORD thy God. Thou sh seethe a kid in his mother's mal

27 And the LORD said unto Write thou? these words: for a tenor of these words I have m venant with thee and with Israel. 28 And he was there with the LOR days" and forty nights; he did nei

E ver ch
I bu ver.17. Ge Ro. 2.4.-5.90.21. Ep.17.8. truth. Ps 57 amet,
AVALE BALL Je.1.5. Ju”.10.14,15. 2 F1. 4.-1988.4.-111.8.-1.38.2.–146.6. LaJ 63. M.7 2.

Jn 1.17.

[ocr errors]

$ 17. 0.34.3 14. Ps.23.4.-27.11- 7 Keeping, ch.20.6. De 5.10. Ne 15-2 CHERS CUia k3021. that 1. ver.18. Pa6 15. Je 32.18. Da.9.4. forgizing Ep-1.17 Cc:119. 2 Pe 3.18 cmnder. 3.-130 4. Da.9.9 Mi 7 18. Mat, 6:14.15 - 12 De 36.49. Is.6317,19. Joel 2.17. Ro. 31.-18.92 15. Lus. 7.42.48. Ac 5.31.-13. 4.7.8. Ep.1.7 −4.9_1Jn*.1-9. that was by no rum, ch. 13.01. Jos 1.5. Is 639. Mat means clear the gualty. The Hebrew stich lo £32e13. Jos 21.44-22.4-231. Ps. Denakkeb, has been rendered Acquitt ARA MAL11.3. HeaBI. who is not innocent. Nothing can more str P.4.6 express the goodness (God to fra TOCATALA? AS this declaration, 'which has been mag de Mo and misinterpreted by al cor braun atea 23.721. Nu.14.18 23. De W 15 Jan 24 17 Job 10. 14. Ps 9.16.17.-11.5,6-381916-1914 Is.45.41. M16.11. Nal 2,36 Ke04 2-19 06.-9.92,03. He 12 29. Re.2) 15.—41 &

Sri
14.14. Mat 1.29, separated, ch,
S-LA-M @ No.439. De.4.7.34. 2 ba 7.
ALAS PC2006.17.

#TAGE-1921, 15.65.24. Ju° 16.
36.15.14.15. thou hast. ver. 12. Ge.

[ocr errors]

485 P46. J=° 1.13. 2 Co.3.18-4.6. 1 Ti. See on ch.20.5 bi * 70221 ke 21.03.

8 ch.4.31. Gc.17.1. 2 Ch 20.18, · Se9.25. Ps. 25.13. marg. 91 noch 33 11,17 let my Lord nee ach. fab214 Zec.3.17. Ro24. Ep.1.6.8 3314.16. Mat 8.2 infimicked bee- & (99%) Powa:2)_15—34-5-7.18.7.14.-9.6.-12.4.-3.3.3..5. 19.45.4. parẩn NO16 TYLE take us. c. 195. Dė 3200 Px 207 −33 1. −78ƒ..

15.1.8.23.

This is well explained by -44.14-135.4. Je 1 : 16. Zec 212
Septer Cosri, P. iv. 43.

10 I make. cb 2478. De 4.11 −5.2.3–6) 12

Mane pory mentioned in the Scripture, 14. I will do mare. De 4.1.17 - 1XJ Va ofgree which the eyes of the pro 6.20.-10.12,13 2 5-7 23 P77 14-7032-147. de to explore, another which all 20. a terrible. De 10 21 F65-823-26 23 We, as the clood and consuring -76.12-106 25-145.6 15641 Je 3. 1 i wo bright, and so dazzling, 11 Observe. De 4.1,2-40 −5 12-6 127 −12 R, aama able to comprehend it; but 32.-28.1. Mat 28 90. Ju* 14.01. 14.450 209enture to look on it, his whole on ch.3.8.17.-33.2. Ge.15.18 21. De id"wwwad be dissolved." In such incon 9.4.5.

Der de sene var is the DIVINE MAJESTY
Seabitants of the celestial world,
Yer te dwell in the light which no
Th ust).
11616 By the
alterature, we are to understand
- saceable before which angeis may
Sa bat u would be so insufferable to
*Tag, ma lo man could see it and ive.
GET De 5.14. Ju6 22-11.62. Is.6
211616 He.1 13 Re.1.16.17.
Bad Pune. Cap.3. Is 2.21-32.9.
LA BUSY. Cover thee. De.33.12. P.
4 Tenax on which Moses stood, and
to which be
was steltered, was
* of Christ; in whose per-
and salvatico alone, sibers may
1 se pory of God, and live; for
down in softened splendour, as the
4 brighters is diminished by a
more distinctly by the buman
7 ok vor 20. Job 11.7.-26.14. Jn.1.

CHAP. XXXIV.

[ocr errors]

* da prvega 1-4. The name of the LORD
**med. ST. Mears intereteth God to go with
$3 Sumahrts & covenant with them, to
date of the first table, 10-2 Mo
my cop in the mouni, cometh down with
* 2 fa fær skemeth, and he copereth it.

wee oo ch TL. 18.—32. 16,19. De.10.1. T2DM. the words. Ps 119.69. De 15.17.

May dala 9.64-24.12. De.9.25. eding L 5.17.11.2.5. He.12 20., * M-13.9. Nu.11.17.25. 1 KL 74.30. the name. ch.33.19. No.14. HELP KIL P18.10. Is.1.10.

12 Take hood, ch 21.12.13 De 72 Ju.t? last. De.7.16. Jos 2312.19. Ja 21-4 N

13 pe shail C23.54. De 7LNE -INS Ju 22-6.£5. 2 h 18.4.-23.14. $CE 34.1.-34 3,4 images. Heb, states.

14 worship. Ch100.3 5. De 57. Mat 4 10 be ver 5.7 ch.33.1). 15 26-57-15 peab we find ch 20.5. De.4 $4.-6.1 5.—29 203. – 18,11. Jos S4 19 Na.1.2.1 Co10.00

15 make, ver,10,12. ch.21 12. De 7 2. wharing Le 17.7.-20.5,6. Nu-15.3). De 11.16 Jul 17 P 71.27. Je 19 E69 1642-91. He 17 15 call thee. Nu£52 1(61) cat is 2 1 Co.B.4.7.10.-10 20,21. Re 2/3)

16 Nu 5.1.2. De.7-3.4. 1.11 2.4 E27.9 2. Ne.13.23.25. 2 Cob 14. 17.

17 ch.928 Le 1)4. 15.46.67. Je 10 14. A‹ 17 9.-19.66.

18 ch.12.15.20.-13 4,6,7,-21 15 Le. 236. De 16.1.4. Mar.14 1. Lu.22.1. Ac123

1) openeth, ch.13.2.12-211). Na 18 15..17. Eze 44 30. Lu.2:43.

20 Krithing ca.13 10. No. 18.15. lamb or, kiri. Add the ch.13.15, No.145.51. De.16 16. 1 Sa 97. 8. 2 Sa 2424.

v1 Str. ch 30.9.11.-21;2− 15 2. De 5 10 .15. 4.13 14.-23.06 earing. Ge 45.6. De 21 4. 1 S. 8.12. 15.30.24.

22 feast of weeks, ch 2116. N – 28 16 31.–59. 12.39. De.16.10. 15 Ju°72. Ac 2.1 pear's end. Heb. recolution of the year.

23 Thrice ch.23.14.17. De 16.16 Ps.24.7. she God. Ge.F2A-13 3).

24 I wall. ver.11 ch 177 10-330 L 18 24. 'De.7.1. Ps 78 55-608 enlarge, s 31. De 12.20.-19.8. 1 Ch.4.10. decere, Gel35.5– 2CL 17. 10. Job 1.10, Pr 167. Ac. 18. 10.

25 leaven (12:30) −21.18. De 16.3. 1 Cu 378. be left. ch.12.10-£1.18-27-34. Le.; 15. Nu 12 26 first, c 23 19. De 26.2,EN PENANG, Vat 6.33. 1 Co.15.2). Ja.1.18. seetim. c 317 De. 14. 21.

1. IKLIAI. proclaimed. The Lord. ch. 313. 16. INARICE Ne 9.17. Ps 86.5.15. 27 Write, ch.17 14-24.4.7. De-31 9 I have. 1-2114-1.24-116.5.-1458 Joel 2. See on ver 10 De.4.13-319

kn 24 stundant. Ps.31.19. M1.7.18.1 28 forty days, bee on chap.24 18. De 9.9,18,23.

he wrote.

[ocr errors]

ver.1. ch.31.18.-32.16. De.4.13.-10. the board or pillar, and that the other 2..4. 2 Co.3.7. commandments. Heb. words. the rope was fastened to a wacoalos 29 A. M. 2513. B. C. 1491. An. Ex.Is. 1. Elul, or pin, which, at a good distance off, wa two tables. See on ch.32.15. wist. ch.16.15. Jos. into the ground up to the head, a cut 2.4.-8.14. Ju.16.20. Mar.9.6.-14.40. Lu.2.49. This was to keep the tabernacle from Jn.5.13. Ac.12.9.-23.5. the skin. Mat.17.2. blown down by the wind. Dr. SHAW, Lu.9.29. Ac.6.15. 2 Co.3.7..9,13. Re.1.16.-10.1. ing the tents of the Bedouins, says, face shume. As the original word karan, signifies are kept firm and steady by bracing or to shine out or dart forth, as horns on the heading down their eaves with cords tied to of an animal, or rays of light reflected from a hooked pins, well pointed, which they di polished surface, we may suppose that the hea- the ground with a mallet; oue of th venly glory which filled the soul of this holy answering to the nail, as the mallet do man, darted out from his face in coruscations, hammer, which Jael used in fastening in the manner in which light is generally repre ground the temples of Sisera.' (Ju sented. The Vulgate renders it, et ignorabat Ex. 27. 19. cornuta esset facies and he did not know that his face was horned; which version, misunderstood, has induced painters to represent Moses with two very large horns, one proceeding from each temple!

30 afraid. Nu.12.8. Mar.9.3,15. Lu.5.8. 31 called, ch.3.16.-24.1..3. and Moses talked. Ge. 45.3.15.

32 he gave. ch.1.1. Nu.15.40. 1 Ki.22.14. Mat. 28.20. 1 Co.11.23.-15.3.

33 a tail. Ro.10.4. 2 Co.3.13..18.-4.4..6. 34 he took. 2 Co.3.16. He.4.16.-10.19..22. 35 ver.29,30. Ec.8.1. Da.12.3. Mat.5.16.-13.43. Jn°.5.35. Phi.2.15.

CHAP. XXXV.

The sabbath, 1-3. The free gifts for the tabernacle, 4-19. The readiness of the people to offer, 20-29. Bezaleel and Aholiab are called to the work, 30-35.

1 These, ch.XXV.-31.1..11.-34.32. do them. Mat.7.21..27. Ro.2.13. Ja.1.22.

5.15.

19 The cloths, See on ch. 31.10.-39.1.4 the holy. See on ch. XXVIII21 ver.5.22.26,29. ch.25.2.-36.2. Ju. 2 Sa.7.27.1 Ch.28.2,9.-29.3,5,6,9,14,17. 1.5,6.-7.27. Ps.110.3. Je.30.21. Pr.4.23. 34. 2 Co.8.12.-9.7.

C2 bracelets. Chach, either a hook or i join garments together; fibula, as Mos renders; or bracelets, which are boc clasped together: so Vulgate, armillas, Nu.31.50. Is.3.19. Eze.16.11. tablets. as BOCHART thinks, a kind of girdle, or zone. every man. 1 Ch.29.6,7. Ch Ezr.2.68,69. Ne.7.70..72. 1s.60.9,13. M Mar.12.41..44.

23 See on ver.6..10. ch.25.2..7. 1 Ch.2 24 whom. 2 Co.8.12.

25 ch.23.3.-31.6.-36.1. 2 Ki.23.7. Pi 31.19..24. Lu.8.2,3. Ac.9.39. Ro.16.1..4,6 3.28. Phi.4.3.

26 ver.21,29. ch.36.8.

£7 ver.9.1 Ch.29.6. Ezr.2.68.
28 ver.8. ch.30.23..38.

2 Sir days. ch.20.9,10.-23.12.-31.13..16.-34. 21. Le 23.3. De.5.12..15. Lu.13.14. an holy 29 whose heart, ver.21,22. 1 Ch.29.3,63 day. Heb. holiness. whosoever. Nu.15.32..36. De. 17. Ju.5.2,9. 1 Co.9.17. 2 Co.9.7. the La 5.12..14.Lu.13.14,15. Jn.5.16.He.2.2.3.-10.28,29. 4. De.4 2.-11.32.-12.32. 1s.8 20. Mat.28.9 3.5. Gal.6.16. 2 Pe.1.19. 2 Ti.3.15..17. 30 See. ch.31.2..6. 1 Ki7.13, 14. Is.28. 3.10.-12.4,11. Ja.1.17.

3 ch.12.16.-16.23. Nu.15.32, &c. 15.58.13. 4 This is. ch.25.1.2.

5 whosoever. See on ch.25.2..7. Ju.5.9. Ps.110. 3. Mar.12.41..44. 2 Co.8.11,12.-9.7.

6 blue. See on ch. 26. 1,31, 36.-28. 5, 6, 15, 33. goats' hair. See on ch.26.7..14.

8 And oil. See on ch.27.20. spices. ch.XXV. -30.23.28.

9 ch.25.5.-28.9,17..21.-39.6..14. 10 ch.31.1..6.-36.1.4.

31 And he. Is.11.2..5.-28.26.-61.1..3. 1 4..10. Col.2.3.Ja.1.17. wisdom. Chochmak chacham, to be wise, skilful, prudent,) a denoting the compass of mind and stret capacity necessary to form a wise mani our word wisdom is the power of judgin is ise, or best to be done; from the 11 tabernacle. See on ch.26.1,2, &c.-31.7..9.-wisedom, the doom or judgment of the well? 36.8.34. taches. Kerasim, from karas, to bend, so called from their curved form; hooks, clasps, or any thing used for the purpose of fastening: the word taches is formed by apharesis from the French attacher, to fasten. They were equivalent, perhaps, to our hooks-and-eyes. 12 ark. See on ch.25.10..22.-37.1..9. the vail. See on ch.20.7,31..33.-36.35,36.

wise, or prudent man, from wisan, to advise, and deman, to judge. understa Teroonah, (from boon, to separate, disten discern,) understanding, discernment, capac comprehend the different parts of a work to connect, arrange, &c., in order to m complete whole. knowledge. Daark, (from to know, be acquainted with,) knowicege particular acquaintance with a person ori practical, experimental knowledge.

13 ch.25.23..30.-37.10..16. Le.24.5,6. 14 candlestick. Menorah, rather, a chandelier, which was of pure gold, and is described as 34 he hath. Ezr.7.10,27. Ne.2.12. Ja.l. having one shaft, with six branches proceeding Aholah. ch.31.6. 2 Ch.2.14. 1s.28.24.29. from it, adorned at equal distances with six | 1.5.7.-12.7. flowers, like lilies, with as many bowls and 35 he filled. ver.31. ch.31.36. 1 Ki312knops placed alternately. See on ch.25.31..39. 2 Ch.2.14. Is.28.26. the cunning. ch.2.1. -37.17..24. Ps.148.3. Mat.5.14,15. 19.6,8. 1 Co.1.5.7.-12.4,8,12. Ga.3.2.5. 17

15 the incense, ch.30.1..10.22. 38.-37.25..28.-4.16. 2 T11.2.15. of the weaver. Job 7.6.1.3 Ps.141.2. the hanging. ch.26.36.37.-36.37,38.

16 The altar. ch.27.1..8.-38.1..7. the laver. ch.30.18. 21.-38.8.

17 The hangings. See on ch.27.9..19.-38.9..20. 2 Sa.7.2.

CHAP. XXXVI.

The offerings are delivered to the workmen, The liberality of the people it restrained, The curtains with cherubims, 8-13. The own of goats' hair, 14-18. The covering of skins, 19, boards with their sockets, 20-30. The bare, 31 The rail, 35, 36. The hanging for the door, IT, 1 An. Ex. Is. 1. Tisri to Adar. Bezalrel. wise-hearted man.

18 The pins. These, as Dr. WALL observes, were not particularly mentioned. JOSEPHUS says, that to every board of the tabernacle, and, to every pillar of the hangings of the court, there were ropes or cords, fastened at the top of on ch.31.1..6.-35.30..35.

« PreviousContinue »