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    DEUTERONOMY 11

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    1 An exhortation to obedience; 2 by their own experience of God's great works; 8 by promise of God's great blessings; 16 and by threatenings. 18 A careful study is required in God's words. 26 The blessing and curse set before them. VERSE 1 - thou shalt. This verse is the practical improvement of the conclusion of the foregoing chapter; while the next verse begins another view of the subject. - See on ch. * De 6:5; 10:12; 30:16-20 Ps 116:1 - keep. * Le 8:35 Zec 3:7 - his statutes. See on ch. * De 4:1,5,40; 6:1 Ps 105:45 Lu 1:74,75 VERSE 2 - And know. Moses seems here to have addressed himself particularly to the elders, who had in their youth witnessed the wonderful works which Jehovah had wrought both for them and among them; and who were bound to remember them for their own warning, and testify them to the rising generation who had not been eye-witnesses. * De 8:19; 29:10 Pr 22:19 Ac 26:22 - the chastisement. See on ch. * De 8:2-5 - his greatness. See on ch. * De 5:24; 9:26 - his mighty. See on ch. * De 7:19 VERSE 3 - See on ch. * De 4:34; 7:19 Ps 78:12,13; 105:27-45; 135:9 Jer 32:20,21 VERSE 4 - how he made. * Ex 14:23-31; 15:4,9,10,19 Ps 106:11 Heb 11:29 VERSE 5 * Ps 77:20; 78:14-72; 105:39-41; 106:12-48 VERSE 6 - he did unto. * Nu 16:1,31-33; 26:9,10; 27:3 Ps 106:17 - substance, or, living substance which followed them. in their possession. Heb. at their feet. VERSE 7 * De 5:3; 7:19 Ps 106:2; 145:4-6,12; 150:2 VERSE 8 - Therefore. See on ch. * De 8:10,11; 10:12-15; 26:16-19; 28:47 Ps 116:12-16 - that ye may. * De 31:23 Jos 1:6,7 Ps 138:3 Isa 40:31 Da 10:19 2Co 12:9,10 * Eph 3:16; 6:10 Php 4:13 Col 1:11 VERSE 9 - prolong. * De 4:40; 5:16; 6:2 Ps 34:12-22 Pr 3:2,16; 9:11; 10:27 - sware. See on ch. * De 6:18; 9:5 - a land. See on * Ex 3:8 Eze 20:6 VERSE 10 - wateredst it with thy foot. Rain seldom falls in Egypt; the land being chiefly watered by the inundations of the Nile. In order to water the grounds where the inundations do not extend, water is collected in ponds, and directed in streamlets to the different parts of the field where irrigation is necessary. It is no unusual thing in the East to see a man, with a small mattock, making a little trench for the water to run into; and, as he opens the passage, the water following, he uses his foot to raise up the mould against the side of this little channel, to prevent the water from being shed unnecessarily, before it reaches the place of its destination. Hence he may justly be said to water the ground with his foot. * Zec 14:18 VERSE 11 - See on ch. * De 8:7-9 Ge 27:28 Ps 65:12,13; 104:10-13 Isa 28:1 Jer 2:7 Heb 6:7 VERSE 12 - careth for. Heb. seeketh. the eyes. * 1Ki 9:3 Ezr 5:5 Ps 33:18; 34:15 Jer 24:6 VERSE 13 - diligently. * :8,22 - See on ch. * De 6:17 Ps 119:4 - to love. See on ch. * De 4:29; 6:5,6; 10:12 VERSE 14 * De 28:12 Le 26:4 Job 5:10,11; 37:11-13 Ps 65:9-13 Jer 14:22 * Eze 34:26 Joe 2:22,23 Jas 7 5:7 VERSE 15 - And I will. * 1Ki 18:5 Ps 104:14 Jer 14:5 Joe 1:18; 2:22 - send. Heb. give. eat and be full. * De 6:11; 8:10 Joe 2:19 Hag 1:6 Mal 3:10,11 VERSE 16 - Take heed. See on ch. * De 4:9,23 Lu 21:8,34,36 Heb 2:1; 3:12; 4:1; 12:15 - your heart. * De 13:3; 29:18 Job 31:27 Isa 44:20 Jas 1:26 1Jo 5:21 Re 12:9 * Re 13:14; 20:4 - and serve. * De 8:19; 30:17 VERSE 17 - the Lord's. See on ch. * De 6:15; 30:17,18 - shut up. * De 28:23,24 1Ki 8:35; 17:1 2Ch 6:26; 7:13 Jer 14:1-6 Am 4:7 * Hag 1:9-11 - ye perish. * De 4:26; 8:19,20; 30:18 Jos 23:13-16 VERSE 18 - ye lay up. See on ch. * De 6:6-9; 32:46 Ex 13:9,16 Ps 119:11 Pr 3:1; 6:20-23; 7:2,3 * Col 3:16 Heb 2:1 2Pe 1:12; 3:1,2 - a sign. * Mt 23:5 VERSE 19 * De 4:9,10; 6:7 Ps 34:11; 78:5,6 Pr 2:1; 4:1-27 Isa 38:19 VERSE 20 * De 6:9 VERSE 21 - your days. See on ch. * De 4:40; 5:16; 6:2 Pr 3:2,16; 4:10; 9:11 - as the days. * Ps 72:5; 89:28,29 Isa 65:20 Re 20:6 VERSE 22 - if ye shall. See on ver. * :13; 6:17 - to love. See on ver. * :13 Mt 22:37 2Ti 4:8 1Jo 5:2,3 - to cleave. See on ch. * De 10:20; 30:20 Ge 2:24 Ac 11:23 2Co 11:2,3 VERSE 23 * De 4:38; 7:1,2,22,23; 9:1,5 Ex 23:27-30; 34:11 VERSE 24 * Ge 15:18-21 Ex 23:31 Nu 34:3-15 Jos 1:3,4; 14:9 1Ki 4:21,24 * 2Ch 9:26 VERSE 25 - There shall. See on ch. * De 2:25; 7:24 Jos 1:5; 2:9; 5:1 - as he hath. * Ex 23:27 VERSE 26 * De 30:1,15-20 Ga 3:10,13,14 VERSE 27 * De 28:1-14 Le 26:3-13 Ps 19:11 Isa 1:19; 3:10 Mt 5:3-12; 25:31-46 * Lu 11:28 Joh 13:17; 14:21-23 Ro 2:7 Jas 25 1:25 Re 22:14 VERSE 28 * De 28:15-68; 29:19-28 Le 26:14-32 Isa 1:20; 3:11 Mt 25:41 Ro 2:8,9 * Ga 3:10 VERSE 29 - put the blessing. * De 27:12-26 Jos 8:30-35 - Gerizim. Gerizim and Ebal, mountains west of Jordan, and in the tribe of Ephraim, are opposite, or parallel to each other, extending from east to west; mount Gerizim being on the south, and mount Ebal on the north. They are separated by the beautiful valley in which Shechem or Nablous is situated, which is only about 200 paces in width. Both mountains are much alike in length, height, and figure; being about a league in length, in the form of a semicircle, and so steep, on the side of Shechem, that there is scarcely any shelving: their altitude appeared to Mr. Buckingham nearly equal, not exceeding 700 or 800 feet from the level of the valley, which is itself elevated. But though they resemble each other in these particulars, yet in another they are very dissimilar; for, says Maundrell, "though neither of the mountains has much to boast of as to its pleasantness, yet, as one passes between them, Gerizim seems to discover a somewhat more verdant, fruitful aspect then Ebal: the reason of which may be, because fronting towards the north, it is sheltered from the heat of the sun by its own shade; whereas Ebal, looking southward, and receiving the sun that comes directly upon it, must by consequence be rendered more scorched and unfruitful." A LIST OF THE MOST FAMOUS MOUNTAINS NAMED IN SCRIPTURE Amalek, in the tribe of Ephraim. Jud 12:15. Calvary, near Jerusalem. Lu 23:33. Carmel, near the Mediterranean. Jos 19:26 Ebal, near to Gerizim. Jos 8:30. En-gedi, near the Dead Sea. Jos 15:62. Gaash, in the tribe of Ephraim. Jos 24:30. Gilboa, south of the valley of Israel. 2Sa 1:21. Gilead, beyond Jordan. Ge 31:21-25 Gerizim, on which afterwards stood a temple of the Samaritans. Jud 9:7. Hermon, beyond Jordan. Jos 11:3. Hor, in Idum'a. Nu 20:22. Horeb, in Arabia Petr'a, near to Sinai. De 1:2. Lebanon, separates Syria from Palestine. De 3:25. Moriah, where the temple was built. 2Ch 3:1. Nebo, part of the mountains of Abarim. Nu 32:3. Olives, east of Jerusalem, divided only by brook Kidron. 1Ki 11:1, 7. 2Ki 23:13. Ac 1:12. Paran, in Arabia Petr'a. Ge 14:6. De 1:1. Pisgah, beyond Jordan. Nu 21:20. De 34:1. Seir, in Idum'. Ge 14:6. Sinai, in Arabia Petr'a. Ex 19:2. De 33:2. Sion, near to mount Moriah. 2Sa 5:7. Tabor, in the Lower Galilee. Jud 4:6. VERSE 30 - Gilgal. * Ge 12:6 Jos 5:9 Jud 7:1 VERSE 31 * De 9:1 Jos 1:11; 3:13-17 VERSE 32 - See on ch. * De 5:32,33; 12:32 Ps 119:6 Mt 7:21-27; 28:20 Lu 1:6 Joh 15:14 * 1Th 4:1,2 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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