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Hove, shalt thou serve; from which it would appear, that the word leraddo was anciently in the Hebrew text, as it was in the Septuagist, Coptic, Vulgate (illi soia), and Anglo Saxon. Dr. KENNICOTT argues that without the word only, the text would not have been conclusive for the purpose for which our Lord adva..ced it. It is proper, however, to observe, that the word leraddo is not found in any MS. yet col lated, though retained in the above versions, shalt sweat. Le.19 12. Jos.2 12. Ps. 15.4.-63.11. Is.45.23.-65.16. Je.4 2.-5.2.7-12.16.

14 not go. ch.8.19.-11.8. Ex.34.14.16. Je.25. 6.1Jn.5.21. of the pods. ch.13.7.

15 is a jealous. See on ch.4 24. Fx.20.5. Am. 3.2. 1 Co 10.22. lest. ch.7.4.-11.17. Nu.12.10. 15.2 Ch.36.16. Ps 90.7.11. destroy. Ge.7.4. Ex. 32.12. 1K-11.34. Am 98.

16 tempt. Mat.4.7. Lu.4.12. tempted him. Ex. 17.2.7. Nu.20.3,4,13.-21.4,5. Px.95.8.9 1 Co.10, 9. He.38,9.

17 ver. 1,2. ch.11.13.22. Ex.15.26. Ps.119.4. 1 Co.15.58. Tit.3.8. He.6.11. 2 Pe.1.5.10.-1.14. 18 shalt do. ch.8.11.-12. 25, 28. —17 18. Ex.15. 26. Ps. 19.11. Is.3.10. Eze JA 5,19,21,87.-33.14, 16,19. Ho.14.9. Jn°.8.29. Ro.18.2. that it may, See on ch.4.40.-5.29.31.

19 Ex.23.28. 30. Nu 33.52,53, Ju.2.1. 3-4.1.4. 20 when thy son. See on ver.7. Ex 12.26.-13. 14. Jos. Pr.22.6. in time to come. Heb. to-morrow.

21 We were, ch.5.6,15.-15.15-26.5.9. See on Ex.20.2. Ne.9 9.10. Ps.136.10..12. 1s.51.1. Je N. 20,21. Ro.6.17.18. Ep.211,12. with a mighty. Ex.3.19.-11.3.

22 shewed. See on ch.4.34. Ex.VII. XIIsore, Heb, evil. before, ch. Ge.2.2-13.16.-15.5.-02.17.- Ps 58.10.11.-91.8.

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23 to give us. v,10,18. ch.1.8.15. See on Fx.13.5. 24 to fear. ver.2. for our good. ch 10.13. Job 35.78. Pr.9.12. Is 3.10. Je.12.19. Mat.6.13. R. 6.21,29 he might. ch.4.1,4.-8.1,3. P's. Pr.22.4. Ro.10.5.

13. Eze 37.24. go to possess 1.4.19—10.12,13,90.-13.4. Ge. Sumar In Ch.8. Ps.111.10-131. Pr. A La 12.5. 1 Pe.1.17. and thy son. G. Fx. 78.4.8. čky days, chA.40. 45-27 Pr.3.116. 1 Pe 3.10.11. Indoor 4.6-5.32 Ec812. Is3.10.: XIV. Ps.135.9. xx my * GA07.17. in the land. Ex.3.8. ma Tical, Yehovah, Elohainos, YehoFleur, Tree, Jehovah, our God, is eturah. On this passage the Jews lay ; and it is one of the four passages day write on their phylacteries. On the SIMEON BEN JOACHI says:and see the mystery of the word Elo-, fre are three degrees, and each degree * alene, and yet they are all one, and , and are not divided from the Lord. ch.4.35, 36.-5.6. 1 Ki.18. Ch.29.10. Is.42.8-44.6,8.-45.5, * Mar.19.29.32. Jo.17.3. 1 Co.8.

15.19.-11.13.-30.6. Mat.22.37, CALLng 1 Jn 5.3 God with all 5. Mat.10.37. Jn.14.20,21. 2 Co. #be? b.11.18-32.46. Ps.37.31.-40.8P-3.1. 3.5-7.3. 18.51.7. Je. 1-15 2 Co.3.3. Col.3.16. Ing. inder hair, ver.2. ch.4.9,10-11.19. Ge. 6-13.14.15. Ps.78.4.6. Ep.6.4. -- whet, or sharpen. shalt talk. Ru.2. # 36-40.9.10.-119.46.-1998. 12-14-132. Mal.3.16. Mat.12.35 26.42), Col46 1 Pe.3.15.

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25 ch.24.13. Le 18.5. Ps.106.30,31.-119.6. Pr. 12.28. Eze.20.11. Lu.10.28.29. Ro 10.3,5,6. Ga. 3.12. Ja.2.10.


All communion with the nations is forbidden, 14, for fear of idolatry, 5; for the holiness of the people, 6-8; for the nature of God in his merry and justice, 9-16; for the assuredness of victory which God will give over them, 17–28.

1 the Lord. See on ch.4.38.-6.1,10,19,29 -9.1. 4.-11.29.-31 3,20. Ex.6.8.-15.17. Nu.14.31. Ps. 44.2,3-78.55. the Hites. With respect to the situation of these nations in the land of Cansau, CALMET remarks, that the Canaanites chiefly inhabited l'honicia; the Hittites, the mountains south of the promised land; the Hivites, mount Ebal, and Gerizim, and towards Hermon; the Girgashites, beyond Jordan, towards the lake of Gennesareth; the Jebusites, about Jerusalem; the Amorites, the mountains west of the Dead Sea, and part of the land of Moab; and that the Perizzites were probably not a distinct nation, but villagers scattered through the country. Ge.15.18.21. Ex.23.23.28. -33.2. greater. See on ch.4 38-4.1..3.-20.1. 2 deliver, ver.23,24. ch.3.3.-23.14. Ge.14 20. Jos.10.21,25,30,32.42.-21.44. Ju.1.4. utterly. ch.20.16,17. Le 27.28.29. Nu.33.52. Jos.6.17..25. -8.24.-924.-10.28, 40.-11.11,12. make no. ch. 20.10.11. Ex.23.32, 33.-34.12..16 Jos.2.14.-9.18. 21. Jul 21.-2.2. 2 Sa.21.2.

3 Ge.6.2,3. Ex.34.15,16. Jos.23.12,13. Ju 3.6.7. IK.11.2. Ezr.9.1,2. Ne.13.23.7. 2 Co.6.14.17. 4 so will, ch 6.15.-32.16,17. Ex.20.5. Ju.g.11, 20.-3.7.8.-10.6.7.

5 destroy. ch.12.2,3. Ex.23.24.—34,13. 2 Ki.g”.

6..14. images. Heb. statues, or pillars. ch.16.22. Le.26.1. and cut. Ju.6.25,26. burn. ver.25. ch. 9.21. Ex.32.30.

6 an holy. ch.14.2.-26.19.-28.9. Ex. 19.5 6. Ps.50.5. Je.2.3. Am.3.2. 1 Co.6.19.2, Tit.2.14. 2 Pe.2.5.9. to be a special. Mal.3.17. Tit.2.14. 7 The Lord. Ps.115.1. Ro.9.11.15,18,21.-11.6. 1Jn°.3.1.-4.10. ye were. ch.10.22. Is.51.2. Mat. 7.14. Lu.12.32. Ro.9.27..29.

8 because. ch. 4.37.-9.4.5.-10.15. 1 Sa.12.02. 2 Sa.22.20. Ps.44.3. 1s.43.4. Je.31.3. Zep.3.17. Mat.11.26. Ep.2.4,5. 2 Th.2.13.14. Tit. 4.19. oath. Ge..16..18. Ex.32.13. Ps 105.8..10, 42. Lu. He.6.13..17. Lord brought. See on ch.4.20.34. Ex.12.41.42.-13.3,14.-20.2. 9 the faithful. Ex.31.6,7. Ps.11975.-146.6. Is. 497. Là.323. 10019-10.15 200 1.18, 1 Th. 5.24. 2 h.3.3. 2 Ti.2.13. Tit.1.2. He.6.18.-10.23. -11.11. 1 Ju°.1.9. which keepeth, ch.5.10. Ge.17. 7. Ex.20.6. Ne.1.5. Da9.4. Ro 8.8. 1 Co.8.3. Ja. 1.12. a thousand. 1 Ch.16.15.

10 repayeth. ver.9. ch.33.35.41. Ps.21.8,9. Pr. 11.31. Is.59.18. Na.1.2. Ro.12 19. slack, ch.32.35. Pe.3.9.10. hateth. Ex.20.5. Juo.15.23, 24. 11 See on ch.4.1.-5.32. Jn°14.15.

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23 the Lord. See on ver.2. unto the before thy face. ch.9.3. shall destroy, ch 8.20. Is.13.6. Je.17.18. Joel 1.15. 2 Tb.1.9 24 he shall. Jos. 10.24,25,42.-12. 1,Ace. name. ch.9.14.-25.19.-29.20. Ex.17.14. Pr.10.7. Je.10.11. Zep.1.4. there shall Jos.1.5.-10.8.-23.9. Îs.54.17. Ro837.14 25 graven. See on ver.5. ch.12.3. Ex.32 14.12. 15.30.22. then shalt. Jos.7.1.21. Ju.8.24..27. Zep.1.3. 1T16.9,10. an aban ch.17.1.–03.18. Re.175

26 shalt. ch.13.17. Le.27.28.29. Jos.6. 7.1,&c.11..26. Eze.14.7. Hab.2.9.11. but thou shalt. Is.2.20.-30.22. Eze.11.18 8. Ro.2.22. CHAP. VIIL

An exhortation to obedience in regard mercy and goodness in his dealings with 1 See on ch. 4.1.-5.32,33.-6.1..3. Ps 1 Th.4.1.2.

12 if. Heb. because. ch.28.1. Le.26.3. Lord. See on ver.9. Ps.105.8..10.M1.7.20. Lu. 2 remember. See on ch.7.18. Ps.77-1 13 he will love. See on ver.7, ch.28.4. Ex.23.25. Ep.2.11.12. Pe.1.12,13.-3.1.2. led the Am 2.10. Ps.1.3.-11.7.-144.12..15. In°. 14.21.-15.10.-16.33.-2.7.-29.5. Ps.136.16. 27. he will also. ch.28.3..5,11,15..18. Job 42.12. Pr.10.22. Mal.3.10.11. Mat.6.33.

14 blessed. ch.33.29. Ps.115.15.-147.19.20. male or. ch.28.4,11. Ex.23.26,&c. Le.26.9. Ps.1.7.3. 15 will put none. The Israelites, if obedient, would have been subject to no maladies but those common to fallen man, and generally very healthy and long lived; being exempted from pestilential diseases, which have often most tremendously scourged guilty nations; and from such maladies in particular, as they had witnessed in Egypt, by which God afflicted their cruel oppressors, (Ex.15.26.) This must be referred to the national covenant; for though godliness often secures the most solid temporal advantages, yet temporal blessings were not, even among them, uniformly dispensed to individuals according to their obedience; but they were to the nation, with an exactness which is not ob

served towards any other people. Le.26.3.4. will put none. ch.28.27,60. Ex.9.11.-15.26. Ps. 105.36,37.

16 consume. See on ver.2. thine eye. ch.13.8. -19.13,21.-25.12. Je.21.7 for that will. ch. 12. 30,31. Ex.23.33.-34.12..16. Nu.33.55. Jos.23.13.. 16. Ju.2.3,12.-3.6.-8.27. Ps.106 36. 1 Co.15.33.

17 thou shalt. ch.8.17.-15.9-18.21. Is. Je.13.22. Lu.9.47. These nations. Nu.13.32.-33.53. Jos.17.16..18.

ble. 2Ch 32.25,26.-33.12,19.23. Job 33. 6. Is.2.17. Lu. 18.14. Ja.4.0, 10. 1 Pe 5.5 thee, ver.16. ch.13.3. Ge.£2.1. Ex.15 2 Ch.32.31. Ps.817. Pr.17.3. Mal.3.1 1 Pe.1.7. to know. Je.17.9.10. Jn°.2.5. 3 fed thee. Ex.16.2.3,12..35. Ps.78 23. 40. 1 Co.10.3. doth. Ps 37.3.-104.27. 4. Lu.4.4.-12.29,30. He.13.5,6.

4 Many have attempted to give the meaning to this text: God so an vided for them all the necessaries of they never were obliged to wear tatt ments, nor were their feet injured shoes or sandals.' Now, though the doubtless brought out of Egypt more than what they had upon thein; and t manufacture the fleeces of their f wilderness; and also might be fast Providence with other supplies from! bouring nations or travelling hordest yet, when we consider their immense their situation and long continuance Ÿ derness, and the very strong expressi use of in the text, why should we qut extraordinary and miraculous interp God in this respect, as well as in d less stupendous in their nature, or a their supply ch.99.5. Ne.9.21. Mat.6

5 consider. ch.4.9,23. Is.1.3. Fre.1 as a man. 2 Sa.7.14. Job 5.17,18. 19. Pr.3.12. 1 Co.11 32. He.12.5..11. Re. 13

6 walk, ch.5.33. Ex.18.20. 1 Sa.128. 31. Ps. 128. 1. Lu.1.6.

18 shalt not. See on ch.1.29.-3.6.-31.6. Ps.27. 1.2.-46.1,2. Is.41.10..14. remember. Ex. VII., XIV. Ju.6.13. Ps 77.11.-78.11,42..51.-105.5.26., 36.-135.8..10.-136.10..15. 19 great. See on ch.4.31.-11.2..4.-29.3. Ne.9. 7 ch.6.10,11.-11.10..12. Ex.3.8. Ne.g 10,11. Je.32.20,21. Eze.20.6..9. so shall. Jos.3.10. | 65.9..13. Lze.20.6. 20 the hornet. Ex.23.98. 30. Jos.24.12. 8 wheat. ch.32.14.2 Sa.4.6.1 Ki.5.11. 21 the Lord. Nu. 11.20.-14.9,14,42.-16.3.-23.-147.14. Eze.27.17. barley. 2 Ch.2.10.. 21. Jos.3.10. 2Ch.32.8. Ps. Is.8.9.10. 9.13. vines. 15.7.23. Je.-5.17. Ho.28, Zec.2.10,11. 1 Co.14.25. a mighty God. ch.10.17. Ba.3.17. oil olive. Heb. olive tree of i -26.8. 1 Sa.4.8. Ne.1.5.-4.14.-9.32. Zec.12.2..5. 9 whose stones. ch.33.25. Jos.22.8. 1 22 put out. Heb. pluck off. thou mayest. As Job 28.2. the Israelites were not yet sufficiently numerous to fill the whole land occupied by these nations; and as wild and ferocious animals might be expected to multiply where the place was but thinly peopled, therefore God informs them that their extermination from before them should be gradual. HAYNES says,The approaching to Cana, at the close of the day, as we did, is at once terrifying and daugerous. The sur

10 thou hast. ch.6.11,12. Ps. 103.2. N Ja°.6.23. Ro.14.6. 1 Co.10.31. 1 1h.5.18 5. then thou. 1 Ch.29.14. Ps.103.2. PS

11 Ps.106.21. Pr.1.32.-30.9. Eze.16.1 2.8.9.

12 Lest then. ch.28.47.-31.20.—32.15 Ho.13.5,6. and hast built. Ec.2.4. Je. Eze.11.3. Am.5.11. Hag.1.4. Lu. 17.28. 13 Ge.13.1..5. Job 1.3. Ps.39.6. Lu.12

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23 But the LORD thy God shall deliver them unto thee, and shall destroy then with a tighty destruction, until they be destroyed.

21 And he shall deliver their kings into thine hand, and thou shalt destroy their name from/ under heaven there shall no man be able to stand betere thee, until thou have destroyed them.

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See ta ch.9. 11.12.21. Who can stand. 11. Job 11.10. Da8.4.-11.16. dead, ver 6. Mat.15.10. Mar.7.14. Ep. peter, ct 1.30-20.4.-31.3..6. Jos.3. h2.13 Re19.11..16. a consuming fire, 141574- Na 1.5.6. he shall. ch.7.1,2,16,23,24. 410.16. Ho.8.31. werer 5. ct.. 7.7.8-8.17. Eze.36.22, 106.4.4,7. Ep.2.4.5. 2 T1.1.9. for the wickedness. ch.12.31.-18.12. 4 LEDA 24.03.

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ch.8.2. Eze.16.61.63.-20.43.-36,31,32, 1015. 27-32.5.6. Ex.14.11.-16.2.-17.2. Nu 11.4.-14 9. Ep.2.11. 1 i.1.13..15. from the day, ch 31 1, &c.-16.1, &c.-20 2.5.-21.5.-25.2. Ne.9 16. 18. Ps. 78.8, &c.-95 8.11.

8. Also in Hereb. Or rather, Even at Horeb, for there is a peculiar emphasis here-even there where they had lately received the law, attended with the most astonishing appearances and cir cumstances. Fx.321.6. Fs.106.19.22. 9 I was. Ex. the tables, ver.15. Fx.31.18-34.28. Je.31.11,92. Ga.4 24. Ex.24.18-34.28 1 KL.198. Mat.4.2. ver. 18. 1 k1.1389. 2K1652 10 the Lord. Ex.31.18 Mat.12.28. Lu.11.20. 2 Co.3.3. He8.10. written with, ch.10.4. all the words, ch 4.10.15.-5.6.21.-18.16. Ex.19.17.. 19.-20.1..18.

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11 the tables of the covenant. See on ver.9. No. 10.33. He 8.6.10.-9.4.

12 Are. See on Ex. 32.78. corrupted. ch.4. 16.-31.29.-32.5.Ge6.11.12. Jude 10. are quickly. ver.16. Ju.2.17. Ps.78.57. Ho.6.4. Ga 16.

13 I have. Ge.11.5.-18.21. Ex. 329.10. Ps.50. 7.Je.7.11.-13.27 Ho.6.10 Mal 35 f-necked, See on ver.6. ch.10.16.-31.27. 2 KL.17.14.

14 Let me. Ex.32.10.13. Is.02 6,7. Je. Lu. 11.7.10.-18.1.8. Ac.7.51. 0. Ex.32.32,33. Ps 9.5-109.13. Pr.10.7. Re 3.5. blot. ch.29. and I will, Nu.14.11,12.

15 I turned. Ex.32.14.15, &c. 4.11-5.23. Ex.9 33.-19.18. He 12.18. the mount. ch. 16 I looked. Ex.32.19. Ac 7.4041. 17 cast them. Moses might have done this through distress and anguish of spirit, on beholding their abominable idolatry and dissolute and perhaps by the direction of God; intimatconduct, or probably he did it emblematically, ing thereby, that as by this act of his the tables God was wotten, so they, by their present were broken in pieces, on which the Law of conduct, had made a breach in the covenant, and broken the laws of their Maker and Sove


18 I fell down. The transgressions of the people rendered this second forty days' fasting necessary to Moses. Their pardon was indeed in some sense obtained before he ascended the mount; yet probably much of the time which he spent there was employed in supplication: and when he descended the second time, with the tables of the law in his hands, the pardon was, as it were, ratified and sealed. See on ver. 9. Ex.32.10..14-34.28. 2 Sa. 12.16. Ps. 106.23,

19 For I. ver.8. Ex.32.10,11. Ne.1.2.7. Lu. 12.4,5 But the ch.10.10. Ex.32.14.-33.17. Ps. 99.6.-106.23. Am.7.2,3,5,6. Ja-5.16,17. 20 Fx.32.2..5,81,35. 11e.7.6. 28.

21 I took. See on Ex.32.20. 13.2.18..21.-30.22. -31.7. Ho.8.11. the brook. This was the stream which flowed from the rock that Moses smote with his rod, (Ex. 17. 6,) and to which the Psalmist alludes in Ps. 78. 16.20.-105, 41PHILO relates, that upon Moses' striking the affording not only a sufficient quantity for rock, the water poured out like a torrent, allaying their present thirst, but to fill their water vessels, to carry with them on their journey. Massah. Ex.17.7.

22 Taberak. Nu.11.1.5. Kibreth hattaavah. Nu.11.4,34.

23 Likewise. ch.1.19, &c. Nu.XIII. ye se believed. ch.1.32,33. I's.78.22.-106.24,25. He. rebelled. See on Nu.14. 1..4. 10..41. 1. 63. 10. 3.18.19.-4.2.

24 ver.6.7. ch.31.27. Ac.7.51.
25 See on ver. 16,18.

26 prayed. Ex.35.11..13.-34.9. Nu.14.13..19.

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