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    EXODUS 2

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    1 Moses is born, and in an ark cast into the flags. 5 He is found, and brought up by Pharaoh's daughter; 7 who employs his mother to nurse him. 11 He slays an Egyptian. 13 He reproves an Hebrew. 15 He flees into Midian, and marries Zipporah. 22 Gershom is born. 23 God respects the Israelites' cry. VERSE 1 - A.M. 2432. B.C. 1572. of the house. * Ex 6:16-20 Nu 26:59 1Ch 6:1-3; 23:12-14 VERSE 2 - A.M. 2433. B.C. 1571. she saw. * Ps 112:5 Ac 7:20 Heb 11:23 VERSE 3 - could not. * Ex 1:22 Mt 2:13,16 Ac 7:19 - an ark. * Isa 18:2 - bulrushes. {Gomé,} is the papyrus, so famous in all antiquity. It grows on the banks of the Nile, and in marshy grounds; the stalk rises to the height of six or seven cubits above the water, is triangular, and terminates in a crown of small fimourns, resembling hair. This reed was of the greatest use to the Egyptians; the pith serving them for food, and the woody part to build vessels with; which vessels frequently appear on various monuments of Egyptian antiquity. That boats were made of this reed is also attested by Pliny and others. - with slime. * Ge 6:14; 11:3; 14:10 VERSE 4 * Ex 15:20 Nu 12:1-15; 20:1; 26:59 Mic 6:4 VERSE 5 - daughter. * Ac 7:21 - herself. As the word herself is not in the original, Dr. A. Clarke is of opinion that it was for the purpose of washing, not her person, but her clothes, that Pharaoh's daughter came to the river; which was an employment not beneath even king's daughters in those primitive times. - when she. * 1Ki 17:6 Ps 9:9; 12:5; 46:1; 76:10 Pr 21:1 Jon 1:17; 2:10 VERSE 6 - she had compassion. * 1Ki 8:50 Ne 1:11 Ps 106:46 Pr 21:1 Ac 7:21 1Pe 3:8 VERSE 7 * :4; 15:20 Nu 12:1; 26:59 VERSE 8 - Go. * Ps 27:10 Isa 46:3,4 Eze 16:8 - mother. * Ex 6:20 VERSE 9 - Take. * Jud 13:8 VERSE 10 - and he. * Ge 48:5 Ac 7:21,22 Ga 4:5 Heb 11:24 1Jo 3:1 - Moses. Drawn out. Because. * Ge 4:25; 16:11 1Sa 1:20 Mt 1:21 VERSE 11 - A.M. 2473. B.C. 1531. Moses. * Ac 7:22-24 Heb 11:24-26 - burdens. * Ex 1:11; 3:7; 5:9,14 Isa 58:6 Mt 11:28 Lu 4:18 VERSE 12 - he looked. * Ac 7:24-26 - slew. If the Egyptian killed the Hebrew, Moses only acted agreeably to the divine law (Ge 9:6) in thus slaying the Egyptian; nor did he violate the law of Egypt; for, according to Diodorus Siculus (1. 1. 17), "he who saw a man killed, or violently assaulted on the highway, and did not rescue him, if he could, was punished with death." Moses, therefore, in this transaction, acted as a brave and good man; especially as at this time there was little probability of obtaining justice on an Egyptian murderer. VERSE 13 - and he said. * Ac 7:26 1Co 6:7,8 VERSE 14 - Who. * Ge 19:9; 37:8-11,19,20 Nu 16:3,13 Ps 2:2-6 Mt 21:23 Lu 12:14 * Lu 19:14,27 Ac 7:26-28,35 - a prince. Heb. a man, a prince. * Ge 13:8 - Moses. * Pr 19:12; 29:25 VERSE 15 - fled. * Ex 4:19 Ge 28:6,7 1Ki 19:1-3,13,14 Pr 22:3 Jer 26:21-23 Mt 10:23 * Ac 7:29 Heb 11:27 - Midian. * Ge 25:2,4 - sat down. * Ge 24:11; 29:2 Joh 4:6 VERSE 16 - the priest. or, prince. * Ex 3:1 Ge 14:18; 41:45 *marg: - they came. * Ge 24:11,14-20; 29:6-10 1Sa 9:11 VERSE 17 - shepherds. * Ge 21:25; 26:15-22 - watered. * :12 Ge 29:10 VERSE 18 * Ex 3:1; 4:18; 18:1-12 - Jethro. or, Jether. * Nu 19:20 - Raguel. VERSE 19 - an Egyptian. * Ge 50:11 - and also. * Ge 29:10 VERSE 20 - call him. * Ge 24:31-33; 18:5; 19:2,3; 29:13; 31:54; 43:25 Job 31:32; 42:11 * 1Ti 5:10 Heb 13:2 VERSE 21 - content. * :10 Ge 31:38-40 Php 4:11,12 1Ti 6:6 Heb 11:25; 13:5 Jas 1:10 - Zipporah. * Ex 4:20-25; 18:2-6 Nu 12:1 VERSE 22 - Gershom. i.e., a stranger here. * 1Ch 23:14-17 - for he said. * :10; 18:3; 22:21 1Ch 16:20; 29:15 Ps 39:12; 119:19 Ac 7:29 * Heb 11:13,14 VERSE 23 - A.M. cir. 2504. B.C. cir. 1500. in process. * Ex 7:7 Ac 7:30 - the king. * Ex 4:19 Mt 2:19,20 Ac 12:23,24 - sighed. * Ge 16:11 Nu 20:16 De 26:6,7 Ps 12:5 - cry. * Ex 3:7-9; 22:22-27 Ge 4:10; 18:20,21 De 24:15 Jud 10:11,12 Ne 9:9 * Ps 18:6; 81:6,7; 107:19,20 Isa 5:7; 19:20 Jas 4 5:4 VERSE 24 - God heard. * Ex 6:5 Jud 2:18 Ne 9:27,28 Ps 22:5,24; 79:11; 102:20; 138:3 - remembered. * Ge 15:14-18; 17:7; 18:18; 26:3,24; 28:12-14; 32:28; 46:2-4 Ne 9:8,9 * Ps 105:6-13,42; 106:45 Lu 1:72,73 VERSE 25 - looked. * Ex 4:31 1Sa 1:11 2Sa 16:12 Job 33:27 Lu 1:25 - God. For {elohim,} God, Houbigant reads {aleyhem,} unto them; which is countenanced by the LXX., Vulgate, Chaldee, Coptic, and Arabic, and appears to have been the original reading. - had respect. Heb. knew. * Ex 1:8; 3:7,8 Ps 1:6; 55:22 Mt 7:23 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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