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    DEUTERONOMY 14

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    1 God's children are not to disfigure themselves in mourning. 3 What may, and what may not be eaten; 4 of beasts; 9 of fishes; 11 of fowls. 21 That which dieth of itself may not be eaten. 22 Tithes of divine service. 23 Tithes and firstlings to be eaten before the Lord. 28 The third year's tithe of alms and charity. VERSE 1 - the children. * Ge 6:2,4 Ex 4:22,23 Ps 82:6,7 Jer 3:19 Ho 1:10 Joh 1:12; 11:52 * Ro 8:16; 9:8,26 2Co 6:18 Ga 3:26 Heb 2:10 1Jo 3:1,2,10; 5:2 - ye shall not. The heathen nations not only did these things in honor of their gods, but in grief for the death of a relative. * Le 19:27,28; 21:5 Jer 16:6; 41:5; 47:5 1Th 4:13 VERSE 2 * :21 - See on ch. * De 7:6; 26:18,19; 28:9 Ex 19:5,6 Le 11:45; 19:2; 20:26 Isa 6:13 * Isa 62:12 Eze 21:2 Da 8:24; 12:7 Tit 2:14 1Pe 2:9 VERSE 3 * Le 11:43; 20:25 Isa 65:4 Eze 4:14 Ac 10:12-14 Ro 14:14 * 1Co 10:28 Tit 1:15 VERSE 4 * Le 11:2-8 1Ki 4:23 VERSE 5 - the wild goat. The word {akko,} according to the LXX. and Vulgate, signifies the {tragelephus,} or goat-deer; so called from its resemblance to both species. Dr. Shaw states that an animal of this kind is found in the East, where it is called {fisht-ll,} and {lerwee.} pygarg. or, bison. Heb. dishon. The {pygarg,} [ ,] or white-buttocks, according to the LXX.; and Dr. Shaw states that the {limee,} as the Africans call it, is exactly such an animal; being of the same shape and color as the antelope, and of the size of a roebuck. - the wild ox. {Theo,} probably the {oryx} of the Greeks, a species of large stag; and the {Bekkar el wash} of Dr. Shaw. * :5 VERSE 6 * Ps 1:1,2 Pr 18:1 2Co 6:17 On this verse remark, that the clean beast must both chew the cud and part the hoof: two distinct characteristics, or general signs, by which the possibility of error arising from the misinterpretation of names is obviated. When God directs, his commands are not of doubtful interpretation. VERSE 7 * Mt 7:22,23,26 2Ti 3:5 Tit 1:16 2Pe 2:18-22 VERSE 8 - the swine. * Isa 65:4; 66:3,17 Lu 15:15,16 2Pe 2:22 - touch. * Le 11:26,27 VERSE 9 * Le 11:9-12 VERSE 10 * :10 VERSE 11 VERSE 12 - See on * Le 11:13-19 VERSE 13 - the glede. {Rah,} probably the same as {dah,} rendered vulture in Le 11:14, where six of Dr. Kennicott's codices read some animal of the hawk or vulture kind: LXX. [ ,] vulture. * :13 VERSE 14 * :14 VERSE 15 * Job 30:29 - the night. {Tachmas,} probably the bird which Hasselquist calls {strix orientalis}, or oriental owl. - the cuckow. {Shachpaph,} probably the sea-gull or mew. VERSE 16 - the swan. {Tinshemeth,} probably, as Michaelis supposes, the goose. * :16 VERSE 17 - gier. {Rachamah,} probably a species of vulture, still called in Arabic by the same name. - the cormorant. {Shalach,} probably the cataract, or plungeon, a sea fowl. * :17 VERSE 18 - the lapwing. {Doocheephath,} the {upupa,} or hoop, a beautiful but very unclean bird. * :18 VERSE 19 * Le 11:20-23 Php 3:19 VERSE 20 VERSE 21 - any thing. * Le 17:15; 22:8 Eze 4:14 Ac 15:20 - the stranger. * Ex 12:43-45 Le 19:33,34 - an holy. See on ver. * :2 Da 8:24; 12:7 1Pe 1:16 - Thou shalt. * Ex 23:19; 34:26 Ro 12:2 VERSE 22 * De 12:6,17; 26:12-15 Le 27:30-33 Nu 18:21 Ne 10:37 VERSE 23 - eat before. * De 12:5-7,17,18 - the firstlings. * De 15:19,20 VERSE 24 - if the place. * De 11:24; 12:21 Ex 23:31 - which. See on ch. * De 12:5 VERSE 25 VERSE 26 - bestow. * Ezr 7:15-17,22 Mt 21:12 Mr 11:15 Joh 2:14-16 - thy soul. * De 12:15,20,21 Ps 106:14 1Co 6:12,13; 10:6 - desireth. Heb. asketh of thee. eat. * De 12:7,12,18; 26:11 - rejoice. * Ec 9:7 VERSE 27 - the Levite. * :29; 12:12,18,19 Ga 6:6 1Ti 5:17 - he hath no. * :29; 18:1,2 Nu 18:20 VERSE 28 - the end. See on ver. * :22; 26:12-15 Am 4:4 - thou shalt bring. As the Levites had no inheritance, the Israelites were not to forget them, but truly tithe their increase. For their support, the Levites had, 1. The tenth of all the productions of the land. 2. Forty-eight cities, each forming a square of 4,000 cubits. 3. Two thousand cubits of ground round each city; total of land, 53,000 acres. 4. The first-fruits, and certain parts of all the animals killed in the land. But though this was a very small proportion for a whole tribe that had consented to annihilate its political existence, that it might wait upon the service of God, yet, let it be considered, that what they possessed was the best of the land: and while it was slender remuneration for their services, yet their portion was such as rendered them independent, and kept them comfortable; so that they could wait on God, and labor in his work, without distraction. VERSE 29 - he hath. * :27; 12:12 - the stranger. * De 16:11,14; 24:19-21; 26:12,13 Ex 22:21-24 Le 19:34 Job 31:16-22 * Lu 14:12-14 Heb 13:2 Jas 27 1:27 - that the Lord. * De 15:10 Ps 41:1 Pr 3:9,10; 11:24; 19:17 Isa 58:7-12 Mal 3:10,11 * Lu 6:35; 11:41 2Co 9:6-11 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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