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    1 SAMUEL 11

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    1 Nahash offers them of Jabesh-gilead a reproachful condition. 4 They send messengers, and are delivered by Saul. 12 Saul thereby is confirmed, and his kingdom renewed. VERSE 1 - Nahash. In the Vulgate this chapter begins thus: {Et factum est quasi post mensem,} "And it came to pass about a month after;" which is also the reading of the principal copies of the Septuagint; and is also found in Josephus, though it appears to be of little authority. * 1Sa 12:12 Jud 10:7; 11:8-33 - Jabesh-gilead. * 1Sa 31:11-13 Jud 21:8,10-25 - Make. * Ge 26:28 Ex 23:32 De 23:3 1Ki 20:34 Job 41:4 Isa 36:16 * Eze 17:13 VERSE 2 - On this. * 2Ki 18:31 - thrust. * Jud 16:21 Ex 3:6 Pr 12:10 Jer 39:7 - reproach. * 1Sa 17:26 Ge 34:14 VERSE 3 - elders. Who ruled in every city (Young). * Jos 20:4 - Give us. Heb. Forbear us. VERSE 4 - to Gibeah. * 1Sa 10:26; 14:2; 15:34 2Sa 21:6 - lifted up. * 1Sa 30:4 Jud 2:4; 21:2 Ro 12:15 1Co 12:26 Ga 6:2 Heb 13:3 VERSE 5 - after the herd. * 1Sa 9:1 1Ki 19:19 Ps 78:71 - What aileth. * Ge 21:17 Jud 18:23 Isa 22:1 VERSE 6 - Spirit of God. * 1Sa 10:10; 16:13 Jud 3:10; 6:34; 11:29; 13:25; 14:6 - his anger. * Ex 32:19 Nu 12:3 Mr 3:5 Eph 4:26 VERSE 7 - he took. The sending the pieces of the oxen was an act similar to that of the Levite, Jud 19:29, where see the Note. An eminent Scotch writer describes the rites, incantations, and imprecations used prior to the fiery cross being circulated, to summon the rough warriors of ancient times to the service of their chief; and he alludes to this ancient custom, which in comparatively modern times, has been practised in Scotland; and proves that a similar punishment of death, or destruction of their houses, for disobeying the summons, was inflicted by the ancient Scandinavians, as recorded by Olaus Magnus, in his History of the Goths. This bears a striking similarity to the ancient custom of the Israelites. With the Highlanders, a goat was slain; with the Israelites, an ox. The exhibition of a cross, stained with the blood of the sacrificed animal, was the summons of the former, while part of the animal, was the mandate of the latter. Disobedience in one nation was punished with the death of themselves or oxen, and burning of their dwellings in the other. - hewed. * Jud 19:29 - Whosoever. * Jud 21:5-11 - the fear. * Ge 35:5 2Ch 14:14; 17:10 - with one consent. Heb. as one man. * Jud 20:1 VERSE 8 - Bezek. * Jud 1:4,5 - the children. * 1Sa 13:15; 15:4 2Sa 24:9 2Ch 17:12-19 VERSE 9 - help. or, deliverance. * Ps 18:17 VERSE 10 - To-morrow. * :2,3 VERSE 11 - on the morrow. * Ge 22:14 Ps 46:1 - in three. * Jud 7:16; 9:43 - morning. * Ex 14:24 - slew. * :2 Jud 1:7 Mt 7:2 Jas 13 2:13 - so that two. * 1Sa 30:17,18 Jud 4:16 VERSE 12 - Who is he. * 1Sa 10:27 Ps 21:8 Lu 19:27 VERSE 13 - There shall. * 1Sa 14:45 2Sa 19:22 - the Lord. * 1Sa 19:5 Ex 14:13,30 Ps 44:4-8 Isa 59:16 1Co 15:10 VERSE 14 - let us go. * 1Sa 7:16; 10:8 - renew. * 1Sa 10:24; 5:3 1Ch 12:38,39 VERSE 15 - before the Lord. * 1Sa 10:17 - sacrificed. * 1Sa 10:8 Ex 24:5 1Ch 29:21-24 - rejoiced greatly. * 1Sa 8:19; 12:13-15,17 Ho 13:10,11 Jas 16 4:16 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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