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    DEUTERONOMY 9

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    1 Moses dissuades them from the opinion of their own righteousness, by rehearsing their several rebellions. VERSE 1 - to pass. * De 3:18; 11:31; 27:2 Jos 1:11; 3:6,14,16; 4:5,19 - this day. The Hebrew {hyyom,} "this day," frequently denotes, as here, this time. They had come, 38 years before this, nearly to the verge of the promised land, but were not permitted, because of their unbelief and rebellion, at that day or time, to enter; but this time they shall certainly pass over. This was spoken in the eleventh month of the fortieth year of their journeying; and it was on the first month of the following year they passed over: and during this interval Moses died. - nations. See on ch. * De 4:38; 7:1; 11:23 - cities. * De 1:28 Nu 13:22,28-33 VERSE 2 - great. See on ch. * De 2:11,12,21 - Who can stand. * De 7:24 Ex 9:11 Job 11:10 Da 8:4; 11:16 Na 1:6 VERSE 3 - Understand. * :6 Mt 15:10 Mr 7:14 Eph 5:17 - goeth over. * De 1:30; 20:4; 31:3-6 Jos 3:11,14 Mic 2:13 Re 19:11-16 - a consuming fire. * De 4:24 Isa 27:4; 30:27,30,33; 33:14 Na 1:5,6 2Th 1:8 Heb 12:29 - he shall. * De 7:1,2,16,23,24 Ex 23:29-31 Isa 41:10-16 Ro 8:31 VERSE 4 - Speak not. * :5; 7:7,8; 8:17 Eze 36:22,32 Ro 11:6,20 1Co 4:4,7 Eph 2:4,5 * 2Ti 1:9 Tit 3:3-5 - for the wickedness. * De 12:31; 18:12 Ge 15:16 Le 18:24,25 VERSE 5 - Not for. Though the Canaanites were expelled for their wickedness, it does not follow, that the Israelites were established in their room on account of any distinguished virtue, or because they deserved it. On many occasions, it may be seen in the history of the world, that God punishes the wicked by the instrumentality of other men, who are as wicked as themselves. Not the Israelites' righteousness, but the wickedness of the inhabitants, and the promise of God to their fathers, was the cause of their obtaining Canaan. * Tit 3:5 - that he may. * Ge 12:7; 13:15; 15:7; 17:8; 26:4; 28:13 Ex 32:13 Eze 20:14 * Mic 7:20 Lu 1:54,55 Ac 3:25; 13:32,33 Ro 11:28; 15:8 VERSE 6 - Understand. See on ver. * :3,4 Eze 20:44 - giveth thee. Moses repeats this a third time, that, if it were possible, he might root out of the Israelites the opinion of their own deserts, before God rooted out the Canaanites from their country. - a stiff-necked. * :13; 10:16; 31:27 Ex 32:9; 33:3; 34:9 2Ch 30:8; 36:13 Ps 78:8 * Isa 48:3,4 Eze 2:4 Zec 7:11,12 Ac 7:51 Ro 5:20,21 VERSE 7 - Remember. In order to destroy the opinion which the Israelites had of their own righteousness, it was necessary to call to mind some of their most notorious provocations and rebellions, which Moses exhorts them to preserve in their mind, as a means to keep them humble. * De 8:2 Eze 16:61-63; 20:43; 36:31 1Co 15:9 Eph 2:11 1Ti 1:13-15 - from the day. * De 31:27; 32:5,6 Ex 14:11; 16:2; 17:2 Nu 11:4; 14:1-10; 16:1-35 * Nu 20:2-5; 21:5; 25:2 Ne 9:16-18 Ps 78:8-72; 95:8-11 VERSE 8 - Also in Horeb. Or rather, "Even at Horeb," for there is a peculiar emphasis here, even there where they had lately received the law, attended with the most astonishing appearances and circumstances. * Ex 32:16 Ps 106:19-22 VERSE 9 - I was. * Ex 24:12,15,18 - the tables. * :15 Ex 31:18; 34:28 Jer 31:31,32 Ga 4:24 - then I. * Ex 24:18; 34:28 1Ki 19:8 Mt 4:2 - I neither. * :18 1Ki 13:8,9 2Ki 6:22 VERSE 10 - the Lord. * Ex 31:18 - written with. * De 10:4 Mt 12:28 Lu 11:20 2Co 3:3 Heb 8:10 - all the words. * De 4:10-15; 5:6-21; 18:16 Ex 19:17-19; 20:1-18 VERSE 11 - the tables of the covenant. See on ver. * :9 Nu 10:33 Heb 8:6-10; 9:4 VERSE 12 - Arise. See on * Ex 32:7,8 - corrupted. * De 4:16; 31:29; 32:5 Ge 6:11,12 Jude 1:10 - are quickly. * :16 Jud 2:17 Ps 78:57 Ho 6:4 Ga 1:6 VERSE 13 - I have. * Ge 11:5; 18:21 Ex 32:9,10 Ps 50:7 Jer 7:11; 13:27 Ho 6:10 * Mal 3:5 - stiffnecked. See on ver. * :6; 10:16; 31:27 2Ki 17:14 VERSE 14 - Let me. * Ex 32:10-13 Isa 62:6,7 Jer 14:11; 15:1 Lu 11:7-10; 18:1-8 * Ac 7:51 - blot. * De 29:20 Ex 32:32,33 Ps 9:5; 109:13 Pr 10:7 Re 3:5 - and I will. * Nu 14:11,12 VERSE 15 - I turned. * Ex 32:14,15-35 - the mount. * De 4:11; 5:23 Ex 9:23; 19:18 Heb 12:18 VERSE 16 - I looked. * Ex 32:19 Ac 7:40,41 VERSE 17 - cast them. Moses might have done this through distress and anguish of spirit, on beholding their abominable idolatry and dissolute conduct; or probably he did it emblematically, and perhaps by the direction of God; intimating thereby, that as by this act of his the tables were broken in pieces, on which the Law of God was written, so they, by their present conduct, had made a breach in the covenant, and broken the laws of their Maker and Sovereign. * :17 VERSE 18 - I fell down. The transgressions of the people rendered this second forty days' fasting necessary to Moses. Their pardon was indeed in some sense obtained before he ascended the mount; yet probably much of the time which he spent there was employed in supplication: and when he descended the second time, with the tables of the law in his hands, the pardon was, as it were, ratified and sealed. - See on ver. * :9 Ex 32:10-14; 34:28 2Sa 12:16 Ps 106:23 VERSE 19 - For I. * :8 Ex 32:10,11 Ne 1:2-7 Lu 12:4,5 - But the. * De 10:10 Ex 32:14; 33:17 Ps 99:6; 106:23 Am 7:2,3,5,6 Jas 16 5:16,17 VERSE 20 * Ex 32:2-5,21,35 Heb 7:26-28 VERSE 21 - I took. See on * Ex 32:20 Isa 2:18-21; 30:22; 31:7 Ho 8:11 - the brook. This was the stream which flowed from the rock that Moses smote with his rod, (Ex 17:6,) and to which the Psalmist alludes in Ps 78:16-20; 41 105:41. Philo relates, that upon Moses' striking the rock, the water poured out like a torrent, affording not only a sufficient quantity for allaying their present thirst, but to fill their water vessels, to carry with them on their journey. VERSE 22 - Taberah. * Nu 11:1-5 - Massah. * Ex 17:7 - Kibroth-hattaavah. * Nu 11:4,34 VERSE 23 - Likewise. * De 1:19-33 Nu 13:1-33 - ye rebelled. See on * Nu 14:1-4,10-41 Isa 63:10 - ye believed. * De 1:32,33 Ps 78:22; 106:24,25 Heb 3:18,19; 4:2 VERSE 24 * :6,7; 31:27 Ac 7:51 VERSE 25 - See on ver. * :16,18 VERSE 26 - prayed. * Ex 32:11-13; 34:9 Nu 14:13-19 Ps 99:6; 106:23 Jer 14:21 - thine inheritance. * 1Ki 8:51 - which thou hast redeemed. * :29; 32:9 Ps 74:1,2 Isa 63:19 - which thou hast brought forth. * De 7:8; 13:5; 15:15; 21:8; 26:7,8 Ex 15:13 2Sa 7:23 Ne 1:10 * Ps 77:15; 107:2 Isa 44:23 Mic 6:4 Tit 2:14 Heb 9:12 Re 5:9 VERSE 27 - Remember. * Ex 3:6,16; 6:3-8; 13:5; 32:13 Jer 14:21 - look not. * Ex 32:31,32 1Sa 25:25 Ps 78:8 Pr 21:12 Isa 43:24,25 Jer 50:20 * Mic 7:18,19 VERSE 28 - the land. * Ge 41:57 Ex 6:6-8 1Sa 14:25 - Because. * De 32:26,27 Ex 32:12 Nu 14:15,16 Jos 7:7-9 Ps 115:1,2 Isa 43:25 * Isa 48:9-11 Jer 14:7-9 Eze 20:8,9,14 Da 9:18,19 VERSE 29 - Yet they. * :26; 4:20 1Ki 8:15 Ne 1:10 Ps 95:7; 100:3 Isa 63:19 - which thou. See on ver. * :26; 4:34 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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