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    DEUTERONOMY 28

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    1 The blessings for obedience. 15 The curses for disobedience. VERSE 1 - If thou shalt. See on ch. * De 11:13; 15:5; 27:1 Ex 15:26 Le 26:3-13 Ps 106:3; 111:10 Isa 1:19 * Isa 3:10; 55:2,3 Jer 11:4; 12:16; 17:24 Lu 11:28 - to do all. * Ps 119:6,128 Lu 1:6 Joh 15:14 Ga 3:10 Jas 2:10,11 - will set. See on ch. * De 26:19 Ps 91:14; 148:14 Lu 9:48 Ro 2:7 VERSE 2 - come on thee. * :15,45 Zec 1:6 1Ti 4:8 VERSE 3 - in the city. * Ps 107:36,37; 128:1-5; 144:12-15 Isa 65:21-23 Zec 8:3-5 - in the field. * Ge 26:12; 39:5 Am 9:13,14 Hag 2:19 Mal 3:10,11 VERSE 4 * :11; 7:13 Ge 22:17; 49:25 Le 26:9 Ps 107:38; 127:3; 128:3 Pr 10:22 * Pr 13:22; 20:7 1Ti 4:8 VERSE 5 - thy basket. By basket, may be understood the olive-gathering and vintage, in which it was employed; and by the store or remainder, all laid up for future use, or prepared for present consumption. - store. or, dough, or kneading troughs. * :5 VERSE 6 * De 31:2 Nu 27:17 2Sa 3:25 2Ch 1:10 Ps 121:8 VERSE 7 - shall cause. * :25; 32:30 Le 26:7,8 2Sa 22:38-41 Ps 89:23 - flee before. * Jos 8:22; 10:10,11,42 1Sa 7:3,4,10,11 2Ch 14:2-6,9-15; 19:4 * 2Ch 20:22-25; 31:20,21; 32:21,22 VERSE 8 - command. * Le 25:21 Ps 42:8; 44:4; 133:3 - storehouses. or, barns. * Le 26:4,5,10 2Ki 6:27 Ps 144:13 Pr 3:9,10 Hag 2:19 Mal 3:10,11 * Mt 6:26; 13:30 Lu 12:18,24,25 - settest. * De 15:10 VERSE 9 - establish. See on ch. * De 7:6; 26:18,19; 29:13 Ge 17:7 Ex 19:5,6 Ps 87:5 Isa 1:26; 62:12 * 2Th 3:3 Tit 2:14 1Pe 2:9-11; 5:10 - sworn. See on ch. * De 7:8; 13:17; 29:12 Ex 19:5,6 Jer 11:5 Heb 6:13-18 VERSE 10 - And all. * Mal 3:12 - called. * Nu 6:27 2Ch 7:14 Isa 63:19 Da 9:18,19 - and they shall. See on ch. * De 4:6-8; 11:25 Ex 12:33; 14:25 Jos 5:1 1Sa 18:12-15,28,29 * 1Ch 14:17 Jer 33:9 Re 3:9 VERSE 11 - plenteous. See on ver. * :4; 30:9 Le 26:9 Pr 10:22 - in goods. or, for good. body. Heb. belly. * Job 19:17 Ps 132:11 *margins VERSE 12 - open. * De 11:14 Le 26:4 Job 38:22 Ps 65:9-13; 135:7 Joe 2:23,24 - to bless all. * De 14:29; 15:10 - lend. * :44; 15:6 Pr 22:7 VERSE 13 - the head. * Nu 24:18,19 Isa 9:14,15 - if that thou. See on ver. * :1; 4:6-9 Php 1:27 VERSE 14 - thou shalt. See on ch. * De 5:32; 11:16,26-28 Jos 23:6 2Ki 22:2 Pr 4:26,27 - the right. * Isa 30:21 VERSE 15 - if thou wilt. * Le 26:14-46 La 2:17 Da 9:11-13 Mal 2:2 Ro 2:8,9 - all these curses. The same variety of expression is used in these terrible curses, as in the preceding blessings, to intimate every kind of prosperity or adversity, personal, relative, and public. Consulting the marginal references will generally lead to the best exposition of the terms employed; and will frequently point out the fulfilment of the promises and threatenings. - See on ver. * :2; 27:15-26; 29:20 Isa 3:11 Ga 3:10 VERSE 16 - in the city. See on ver. * :3-14 Pr 3:33 Isa 24:6-12; 43:28 Jer 9:11; 26:6; 44:22 La 1:1 * La 2:11-22; 4:1-13 Mal 2:2; 4:6 - in the field. * :55 Ge 3:17,18; 4:11,12; 5:29; 8:21,22 1Ki 17:1,5,12 * Jer 14:2-5,18 La 5:10 Joe 1:4,8-18; 2:3 Am 4:6-9 Hag 1:9-11 * Hag 2:16,17 Mal 3:9-12 VERSE 17 - See on ver. * :5 Ps 69:22 Pr 1:32 Hag 1:6 Zec 5:3,4 Mal 2:2 Lu 16:25 VERSE 18 - the fruit of thy body. See on ver. * :4; 5:9 Job 18:16-19 Ps 109:9-15 La 2:11,12,20 Ho 9:11-14 * Mal 2:3 Lu 23:29,30 - thy land. See on ver. * :16 Le 26:19,20,26 Hab 3:17 VERSE 19 - See on ver. * :6 Jud 5:6,7 2Ch 15:5 VERSE 20 - send. * Ps 7:11 Mal 2:2 - vexation. * 1Sa 14:20 Ps 80:4-16 Isa 28:19; 30:17; 51:20; 66:15 Zec 14:12,13 * Joh 3:36 1Th 2:16 - for to do. Heb. which thou wouldest do. until thou be. See on ch. * De 4:26 Le 26:31-33,38 Jos 23:16 VERSE 21 * Ex 5:3 Le 26:25 Nu 14:12; 16:46-49; 25:9 2Sa 24:15 Jer 15:2; 16:4 * Jer 21:6,7; 24:10 Mt 26:7 VERSE 22 - a consumption. See on * Le 26:16 2Ch 6:28 Jer 14:12 - sword. or, drought. blasting. * 1Ki 8:37 Am 4:9 Hag 2:17 VERSE 23 The language here is remarkable: "Thy heaven;" that part of the atmosphere which was over Judea, instead of being replenished with aqueous vapours, should become, with respect to moisture, like brass: and consequently their land would become as hard as iron, and wholly incapable of cultivation; while the clouds might give showers in abundance, and the earth be moist and fruitful in other regions. * Le 26:19 1Ki 17:1; 18:2 Jer 14:1-6 Am 4:7 VERSE 24 - make the rain. This was a natural consequence of their heaven's being brass, or yielding no rain; for the surface of the earth being reduced to powder, and frequently taken up by strong winds, would fall down in showers instead of rain. These showers of sand frequently, in the East, bury whole caravans. * :12 Ge 19:24 Job 18:15-21 Isa 5:24 Am 4:11 VERSE 25 - cause thee. See on ver. * :7; 32:30 Le 26:17,36,37 Isa 30:17 - removed. Heb. for a removing. * Jer 15:2-9; 24:9; 29:18; 34:17 Eze 23:46 Lu 21:24 VERSE 26 * 1Sa 17:44-46 Ps 79:1-3 Isa 34:3 Jer 7:33; 8:1; 16:4; 19:7; 34:20 * Eze 39:17-20 VERSE 27 - the botch. * :35 Ex 9:9,11; 15:26 - emerods. * 1Sa 5:6,9,12 Ps 78:66 - scab. * Le 13:2-8; 21:20 Isa 3:17 VERSE 28 * 1Sa 16:14 Ps 60:3 Isa 6:9,10; 19:11-17; 43:19 Jer 4:9 Eze 4:17 * Lu 21:25,26 Ac 13:41 2Th 2:9-11 VERSE 29 - grope. * Job 5:14; 12:25 Ps 69:23,24 Isa 59:10 La 5:17 Zep 1:17 * Ro 11:7-10,25 2Co 4:3,4 - thou shalt be. * Jud 3:14; 4:2,3; 6:1-6; 10:8; 13:1 1Sa 13:5-7,19-22 Ne 9:26-29,37 * Ps 106:40-42 La 5:8 Ac 21:24 VERSE 30 - betroth. * De 20:6,7 Job 31:10 Jer 8:10 Ho 4:2 - build. * Job 3:18 Isa 5:9,10; 65:21,22 Jer 12:13 La 5:2 Am 5:11 * Mic 6:15 Zep 1:13 - gather. Heb. profane, or, use it as common meat. * De 20:6 *marg: VERSE 31 - ox. * Jud 6:1 Job 1:14,15 - be restored to thee. Heb. return to thee. VERSE 32 - sons. In several countries, particularly in Spain and Portugal, the children of the Jews have been taken from them, by order of the government, to be educated in the Popish faith. * :18,41 Nu 21:29 2Ch 29:9 Ne 5:2-5 Jer 15:7-9; 16:2-4 Eze 24:25 * Joe 3:6 Am 5:27 Mic 4:10 - fail. * :65 Job 11:20; 17:5 Ps 69:3; 119:82,123 Isa 38:14 La 2:11; 4:17 * La 5:17 VERSE 33 - The fruit. See on ver. * :30,51 Le 26:16 Ne 9:36,37 Isa 1:7 Jer 5:17; 8:16 - thou shalt be. See on ver. * :29 Jer 4:17 VERSE 34 - See on ver. * :28,68 Isa 33:14 Jer 25:15,16 Re 16:10,11 VERSE 35 - botch. * :27 Job 2:6,7 Isa 1:6; 3:17,24 VERSE 36 - bring thee. * 2Ki 17:4-6; 24:12-15; 25:6,7,11 2Ch 33:11; 36:6,17,20 Isa 39:7 * Jer 22:11,12,24-27; 24:8-10; 39:5-7; 52:8-11 La 4:20 Eze 12:12,13 - there shalt thou. The Israelites, who were carried captive by the Assyrians, and many of the Jews in Chaldea, were finally incorporated with the nations among whom they lived, and were given up to their idolatry. It is probable, however, that this refers to Jews being compelled, in Popish countries, to conceal their religion, and profess that of the Romish church. * :64 - See on ch. * De 4:28 Jer 16:13 Eze 20:32,33,39 VERSE 37 - become. See on ver. * :28; 29:22-28 1Ki 9:7,8 2Ch 7:20 Ps 44:13,14 Jer 24:9; 25:9 * Joe 2:17 *marg: * Zec 8:13 - a proverb. The name of Jew has long been a proverbial mark of detestation and contempt among all the nations whither they have been dispersed, and is so to this day, whether among Christians, Mohmammedans, or Pagans. VERSE 38 - shalt carry. * Isa 5:10 Mic 6:15 Hag 1:6 - for the locust. * Ex 10:14,15 Joe 1:4; 2:3,25 Am 4:9; 7:1,2 VERSE 39 - for the worms. * Joe 1:4-7; 2:2-4 Jon 4:7 VERSE 40 - anoint thyself. * Ps 23:5; 104:15 Mic 6:15 VERSE 41 - thou shalt not enjoy them. Heb. they shall not be thine. for. See on ver. * :32 2Ki 24:14 La 1:5 VERSE 42 - thy trees. See on ver. * :38,39 Am 7:1,2 - consume. or, possess. VERSE 43 * Jud 2:3,11-15; 4:2,3; 10:7-10; 14:4; 15:11,12 1Sa 13:3-7,19-23 * 2Ki 17:20,23; 24:14-16 Joh 18:31; 19:15 VERSE 44 - See on ver. * :12,13 La 1:5 VERSE 45 - Moreover. See on ver. * :5,15; 29:20,21 Le 26:28 2Ki 17:20 Pr 13:21 Isa 1:20; 65:14,15 * Jer 24:9,10 La 2:15-17 Eze 7:15; 14:21 - because. See on ch. * De 11:27,28 Ps 119:21 Jer 7:22-25 VERSE 46 - a sign. * :37,59; 29:20,28 Isa 8:18 Jer 19:8; 25:18 Eze 14:8; 23:32,33 * Eze 36:20 1Co 10:11 VERSE 47 - See on ch. * De 12:7-12; 16:11; 32:13-15 Ne 9:35 1Ti 6:17-19 VERSE 48 - serve. * 2Ch 12:8 Ne 9:35-37 Jer 5:19; 17:4 Eze 17:3,7,12 - in hunger. * Jer 44:17,18,22,27 La 5:2-6 Eze 4:16,17 - a yoke. * Isa 47:6 Jer 27:12,13; 28:13,14 Mt 11:29 VERSE 49 - bring a nation. Though the Chaldeans are frequently described under the figure of an eagle, yet these verses especially predict the desolations brought on the Jews by the Romans; who came from a country far more distant than Chaldea; whose conquests were as rapid as the eagle's flight, and whose standard bore this very figure; who spake a language to which the Jews were then entire strangers, being wholly unlike the Hebrew, of which the Chaldee was merely a dialect; whose appearance and victories were terrible; and whose yoke was a yoke of iron; and the havoc which they made tremendous. * Nu 24:24 Isa 5:26-30 Jer 5:15-17 Da 6:22,23; 9:26 Hab 1:6,7 * Lu 19:43,44 - as the eagle. * Jer 4:13; 48:40; 49:22 La 4:19 Eze 17:3,12 Ho 8:1 Mt 24:28 - a nation whose. * Jer 5:15 Eze 3:6 1Co 14:21 - understand. Heb. hear. VERSE 50 - of fierce countenance. Heb. strong of face. * Pr 7:13 Ec 8:1 *margins * Da 7:7; 8:23 - shall not. * 2Ch 36:17 Isa 47:6 Ho 13:16 Lu 19:44; 21:23,24 VERSE 51 - the fruit. See on ver. * :33 Isa 1:7; 62:8 - which also. * Le 26:26 Jer 15:13; 17:3 Eze 12:19 Hab 3:16,17 VERSE 52 * Le 26:25 2Ki 17:1-6; 18:13; 24:10,11; 25:1-4 Isa 1:7; 62:8 * Jer 21:4-7; 37:8; 39:1-3; 52:4-7 Eze 4:1-8 Da 9:26 Zec 12:2; 14:2 * Mt 22:7; 24:15,16 Lu 19:43,44; 21:20-24 VERSE 53 - the fruit. * :18,55,57 Le 26:29 2Ki 6:28,29 Jer 19:9 La 2:20; 4:10 * Eze 5:10 Mt 24:19 - body. Heb. belly. VERSE 54 - his eye. * De 15:9 Pr 23:6; 28:22 Mt 20:15 - and toward. The Roman armies at length besieged, sacked, and utterly desolated Jerusalem: and during this seige, the famine was so extreme, that even rich and delicate persons, both men and women, ate their own children, and concealed the horrible repast, lest others should tear it from them! "Women snatched the food out of the very mouths of their husbands, and sons of their fathers, and (what is most miserable) mothers of their infants." "In every house, if there appeared any semblance of food, a battle pursued, and the dearest friends and relations fought with one another; snatching away the miserable provisions of life." "A woman distinguished by birth and wealth, after she had been plundered by the tyrants (or soldiers) of all her possessions, boiling her own sucking child, ate half of him, and concealing the other half, reserved it for another time!" * De 13:6 2Sa 12:3 Mic 7:5 - his children. * Ps 103:13 Isa 49:15 Mt 7:9-11 Lu 11:11-13 VERSE 55 - in the seige. * Jer 5:10; 34:2; 52:6 VERSE 56 - and delicate. * Isa 3:16 La 4:3-6 - her eye shall be evil. See on ver. * :54 VERSE 57 - young one. Heb. after-birth. cometh out. * Ge 49:10 Isa 49:15 - for she shall. * :53 VERSE 58 - If thou wilt. See on ver. * :15 Le 26:14,15 Jer 7:9,10,26-28 - fear this glorious. * De 6:13 Ex 3:14,15; 6:2,3; 20:2; 34:5-7 Ne 9:5 Ps 50:7; 72:19; 83:18 * Isa 41:10; 42:8 Jer 5:12 Mt 10:28 Heb 10:30,31; 12:28,29 VERSE 59 * :46; 29:20-28; 31:17,18; 32:22,26 1Ki 9:7-9; 16:3,4 La 1:9,12 * La 4:12 Da 9:12 Ho 3:4 Mr 13:19 VERSE 60 - See on ch. * De 7:15 Ex 15:26 VERSE 61 - bring upon thee. Heb. cause to ascend. * :61 VERSE 62 - few in number. In the seige of Jerusalem there died 1,100,000 persons, and more than 90,000 were carried captive; and, having afterwards provoked the Romans by their crimes and rebellions, they persecuted them nearly to extirpation; to which, if the tens of thousands which were slaughtered year after year in every country be added, it appears wonderful that there were any remains left. * De 4:27 Le 26:22 2Ki 13:7; 24:14 Ne 7:4 Isa 1:9; 24:6 Jer 42:2 * Jer 52:28-30 Mr 13:20 Ro 9:27-29 - as the stars. See on ch. * De 10:22 Ne 9:23 Ro 9:27 VERSE 63 - rejoiced over. * De 30:9 Isa 62:5 Jer 32:41 Mic 7:18 Zep 3:17 Lu 15:6-10,23,24,32 - rejoice over. * Pr 1:26 Isa 1:24 Eze 5:13; 33:11 - plucked from. * De 7:22 *marg: * Jer 12:14,15; 18:7; 24:6; 31:28,40; 42:10 Da 7:8 VERSE 64 - scatter. See on ch. * De 4:27,28 Le 26:33 Ne 1:8 Jer 16:13; 50:17 Eze 11:16,17 Lu 21:24 - there thou shalt. * :36 Jer 16:13 VERSE 65 - among. After the conquest of their country by the Romans, Hadrian, by a public decree, ratified by the senate, forbad any Jew to come even within sight of Judea; and hence they were dispersed over every quarter of the globe, where they found no alleviation or respite from misery. In no country are they treated as denizens; all suspect them as enemies, and behave to them as aliens; if they do not, as had been too frequently the case, harass, oppress, and persecute them, even unto death. - shalt thou. * Ge 8:9 Isa 57:21 Eze 5:12-17; 20:32-35 Am 9:4,9,10 - the Lord. * Le 26:36 Isa 51:17 Eze 12:18,19 Ho 11:10,11 Hab 3:16 Lu 21:26 - failing of eyes. * Le 26:16 Isa 65:14 La 3:65 Mt 24:8 Ro 11:10 VERSE 66 * :67 La 1:13 Heb 10:27 Re 6:15-17 VERSE 67 - See on ver. * :34 Job 7:3,4 Re 9:6 VERSE 68 - bring thee into Egypt. This verse seems especially to point out an event, which took place subsequently to the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus, and the desolation made by Hadrian. Numbers of the captives were sent by sea into Egypt (as well as into other countries), and sold for slaves at a vile price, and for the meanest offices; and many thousands were left to perish from want; for the multitude was so great, that purchasers could not be found for them all at any price! * De 17:16 Jer 43:7; 44:12 Ho 8:13; 9:3 - there ye shall. * Ex 20:2 Ne 5:8 Es 7:4 Joe 3:3-7 Lu 21:24 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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