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    1 David fetches the ark from Kirjath-jearim on a new cart. 6 Uzzah is smitten at Perez-uzzah. 9 God blesses Obed-edom for the ark. 12 David brings the ark into Zion with sacrifices, and dances before it; for which Michal despises him. 17 He places it in a tabernacle with great joy and feasting. 20 Michal, reproving David for his religious joy, is childless to her death. VERSE 1 * 2Sa 5:1 1Ki 8:1 1Ch 13:1-4 Ps 132:1-6 VERSE 2 - Baale. * Jos 15:9,10,60 - Baalah, i.e., Kirjath-jearim. * 1Sa 7:1 1Ch 13:5,6 - whose name, etc. or, at which the name, even the name of the Lord of hosts, was called upon. * Le 24:11-16 Isa 47:4; 54:5 - dwelleth. * Ex 25:18-22 1Sa 4:4 1Ki 8:6,7 Ps 80:1 1Pe 1:12 VERSE 3 - set, etc. Heb. made the ark of God to ride. * Nu 4:5-12; 7:9 1Sa 6:7 - Gibeah. or, the hill. VERSE 4 * 1Sa 7:1,2 1Ch 13:7 - accompanying. Heb. with. VERSE 5 - David. * 1Sa 10:5; 16:16 2Ki 3:15 1Ch 13:8; 15:10-24 Ps 47:5; 68:25-27 * Ps 150:3-5 Da 3:5,7,10,15 Am 5:23; 6:5 - on all manner. This place should doubtless be corrected from the parallel place, 1 Ch 8 13:8; where, instead of {bechol âtzey beroshim,} which is literally, "with all trees or wood of fir," we read {bechol "z oovesheerim,} "with all their might, and with songs." This makes a good sense, while the former makes none: the LXX. have the same reading here, [ .] VERSE 6 - Nachon's. * 1Ch 13:9 - he is called Chidon. put forth. Even the Kohathites, who were appointed to carry the ark, after it was covered by the priests, were forbidden to touch it on pain of death; but Uzzah, who certainly was no priest, probably with some degree of irreverence, having presumed to lay his hand upon the ark, which perhaps was not covered, thus incurred the penalty due to his rashness. * Nu 4:15,19,20 - shook it. or, stumbled. VERSE 7 - God smote. * Le 10:1-3 1Sa 6:19 1Ch 13:10; 15:2,13 1Co 11:30-32 - error. or, rashness. VERSE 8 - displeased. * 1Ch 13:11,12 Jon 4:1,9 - made. Heb. broken. Perez-uzzah. that is, The breach of Uzzah. VERSE 9 - afraid. * Nu 17:12,13 1Sa 5:10,11; 6:20 Ps 120 119:120 Isa 6:5 Lu 5:8,9 * 1Pe 3:6 - How shall. * 1Ki 8:27 1Ch 13:11,12 Job 25:5,6 VERSE 10 - Obed-edom. * 1Ch 13:13,14; 15:18; 16:5; 26:4-8 - Gittite. * 2Sa 4:3; 15:19; 18:2 VERSE 11 - the Lord blessed. * Ge 30:27; 39:5,23 Pr 3:9,10 Mal 3:10 VERSE 12 - because. * Mt 10:42 - So David. * 1Ch 15:1-3,25 Ps 24:7-10; 68:24-27; 132:6-8 VERSE 13 - when they. * Nu 4:15; 7:9 Jos 3:3 1Ch 15:2,15,25,26 - oxen. * 1Ki 8:5 2Ch 5:6 VERSE 14 - danced. * Ex 15:20 Jud 11:34; 21:21 Ps 30:11; 149:3; 150:4 Lu 15:25 - with all this. * De 6:5 Ec 9:10 Col 3:23 - girded. * 1Sa 2:18,28; 22:18 1Ch 15:27 VERSE 15 - David. * Ps 132:18 - with shouting. * 1Ch 15:16,25,28 Ezr 3:10,11 Ps 47:1,5,6; 68:24-27 - the sound. * Nu 10:1-10 Jos 6:4,5 Ps 150:3 VERSE 16 - And as. * 1Ch 15:29 - Michal. See on ch. * 2Sa 3:14 - despised. * 1Ch 15:29 Ps 69:7 Isa 53:3 Ac 2:13 1Co 2:14 VERSE 17 - they brought. * 1Ch 15:1; 16:1 2Ch 1:4 Ps 132:8 - pitched. Heb. stretched. offered. * 1Ki 8:5,62-65 2Ch 5:6; 7:5-7 Ezr 6:16,17 VERSE 18 - as soon. * 1Ki 8:55 1Ch 16:2 2Ch 6:3; 30:18,19,27 Ac 3:26 - he blessed. * Ge 14:19 Ex 39:43 Le 9:22,23 Heb 7:1-7 VERSE 19 - he dealt. * 1Ch 16:3 2Ch 30:24; 35:7,8,12,13 Ne 8:10 Eze 45:17 Ac 20:35 * Eph 4:8 - So all the. * 1Ki 8:66 2Ch 7:10 VERSE 20 - bless. * :18 Ge 18:19 Jos 24:15 1Ch 16:43 Ps 30:1 *title * Ps 101:2 - Michal. * :16 Ps 69:7-9 Mr 3:21 - glorious. * Ne 4:3,4 Isa 53:2,3 Joh 13:6 1Co 4:10-13 Php 2:7,8 - uncovered. We are only to understand by this expression that David had divested himself of his royal robes, in order to appear humble before the Lord, by assimilating himself to the condition of one of the priests or Levites: for we find that he was "girded with a linen ephod;" and consequently no part of his body was exposed, having only put off his outer garments. The terms uncovered or naked frequently mean no more than this in Scripture. * :14,16 1Sa 19:23,24 - vain fellows. * Jud 9:4 Job 30:8 - shamelessly. or, openly. VERSE 21 - before. * :14,16 1Co 10:31 - chose. * 1Sa 13:14; 15:28; 16:1,12 Ps 78:70-72; 89:19,20 Ac 13:22 - play. * :5 1Ch 15:29 VERSE 22 - more vile. * Isa 50:6; 51:7 Mt 5:11,12 Ac 5:41,42 Heb 12:2 1Pe 4:14 - in mine. * Ge 32:10 Job 40:4; 42:6 1Ti 1:15 1Pe 5:6 - maid-servants. or, handmaids. I be had. * 1Sa 2:30 VERSE 23 - Michal. * 1Sa 1:6-8 Isa 4:1 Ho 9:11 Lu 1:25 - unto the day. * 1Sa 15:35 Isa 22:14 Mt 1:25 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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