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    EXODUS 33

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    1 The Lord refuses to go as he had promised with the people. 4 The people mourn thereat. 7 The tabernacle is removed out of the camp. 9 The Lord talks familiarly with Moses. 12 Moses prevails with God, and desires to see his glory. VERSE 1 - Depart. * Ex 32:34 - thou hast. * Ex 17:3; 32:1,7 - the land. * Ex 32:13 Ge 22:16-18; 26:3; 28:13-15 - Unto. * Ge 12:7; 13:14-17; 15:18 VERSE 2 - an angel. * Ex 23:20; 32:34; 34:11 - the Canaanite. See on ch. * Ex 3:8,17 De 7:22 Jos 24:11 VERSE 3 - a land. * Ex 3:8; 13:5 Le 20:24 Nu 13:27; 14:8; 16:13 Jos 5:6 Jer 11:5 - for I. * :15-17; 32:10,14 Nu 14:12 De 32:26,27 1Sa 2:30 Jer 18:7-10 * Eze 3:18,19; 33:13-16 Jon 3:4,10 - stiff-necked. * Ex 32:9; 34:9 De 9:6-13 Ps 78:8 Ac 7:51 - lest I. * Ex 23:21; 32:10 Nu 16:21,45 Am 3:13,14 VERSE 4 - they mourned. * Nu 14:1,39 Ho 7:14 Zec 7:3,5 - and no. * Le 10:6 2Sa 19:24 1Ki 21:27 2Ki 19:1 Ezr 9:3 Es 4:1-4 * Job 1:20; 2:12 Isa 32:11 Eze 24:17,23; 26:16 Jon 3:6 VERSE 5 - Ye are. * :3 Nu 16:45,46 - in a moment. * Nu 16:21,45 Job 34:20 Ps 73:19 La 4:6 - put off. * Isa 22:12 - I may. * Ge 18:21; 22:12 De 8:2 Ps 139:23 VERSE 6 * :4; 32:3 Jer 2:19 VERSE 7 - the tabernacle. {Eth haohel,} the Tent, not {eth hammishcan,} the Tabernacle, for this was not erected; but probably the tent of Moses, which was before in the midst of the camp, and to which the people came for judgment; and where, no doubt, God frequently met his servant. This situation, as well as the superior elegance, of a chief's tent, was one mode by which he was honored. - afar off. * Ps 10:1; 35:22 Pr 15:29 Isa 59:2 Ho 9:12 - the Tabernacle of. See on ch. * Ex 29:42,43 - sought. * De 4:29 2Sa 21:1 Ps 27:8 Isa 55:6,7 Mt 7:7,8 - went out. * Heb 13:11-13 VERSE 8 - and stood. * Nu 16:27 VERSE 9 - cloudy. * Ex 13:21,22 Ps 99:7 - talked. * :11; 25:22; 31:18; 34:3,9 Ge 17:22; 18:33 Nu 11:17 Eze 3:22 VERSE 10 - worshipped. * Ex 4:31 1Ki 8:14,22 Lu 18:13 VERSE 11 - spake. * :9 Ge 32:30 Nu 12:8 De 5:4; 34:10 - his friend. * 2Ch 20:7 Job 16:21 Isa 42:8 Joh 3:29; 11:11; 15:14,15 Jas 23 2:23 - his servant. * Ex 17:9; 24:13; 32:17 VERSE 12 - See. * :1; 32:34 - I know. * :17 Ge 18:19 Ps 1:6 Isa 43:1 Jer 1:5 Joh 10:14,15 2Ti 2:19 VERSE 13 - if. * :17; 34:9 - shew. * Ps 25:4; 27:11; 86:11; 119:33 So 1:7,8 Isa 30:21 - that I. * :18 Joh 17:3 Eph 1:17 Col 1:10 2Pe 3:18 - consider. * Ex 32:7 De 9:26,29 Isa 63:17,19 Joe 2:17 Ro 11:28 VERSE 14 - My presence. * Ex 13:21 Jos 1:5 Isa 63:9 Mt 28:20 - rest. * De 3:20 Jos 21:44; 22:4; 23:1 Ps 95:11 Jer 6:16 Mt 11:28 * Heb 4:8,9 VERSE 15 * :3; 34:9 Ps 4:6 VERSE 16 - in that. * Nu 14:14 Mt 1:23 - separated. * Ex 8:22; 19:5,6; 34:10 Nu 23:9 De 4:7,34 2Sa 7:23 1Ki 8:53 * Ps 147:20 2Co 6:17 VERSE 17 - I will do. * Ge 18:32; 19:21 Isa 65:24 Joh 16:23 Jas 16 5:16 1Jo 5:14,15 - thou hast. * :12 Ge 6:8; 19:19,21 VERSE 18 * :20 Ps 4:6 Joh 1:18 2Co 3:18; 4:6 1Ti 6:16 Tit 2:13 Re 21:23 VERSE 19 - all my goodness. * Ne 9:25 Ps 25:13 *marg: * Ps 65:4 Jer 31:12,14 Zec 9:17 Ro 2:4 Eph 1:6-8 - proclaim. * Ex 3:13-15; 34:5-7 Isa 7:14; 9:6; 12:4 - I will be. * Ro 9:15-18,23 VERSE 20 - Thou canst not. This is well explained by Rabbi Jehudah, in Sepher Cosri, (P. iv. 3.) "Of that divine glory mentioned in the Scripture, there is one degree which the eyes of the prophets were able to explore; another which all the Israelites saw, as the cloud and consuming fire; the third is so bright, and so dazzling, that no mortal is able to comprehend it; but should anyone venture to look on it, his whole frame would be dissolved." In such inconceivable splendor is the Divine Majesty revealed to the inhabitants of the celestial world, where he is said to "dwell in the light which no man can approach unto." (1 Ti 16 6:16.) By the "face of God," therefore, we are to understand that light inaccessible before which angels may stand, but which would be so insufferable to mortal eyes, that no man could see it and live. * Ex 24:10 Ge 32:30 De 5:24 Jud 6:22; 13:22 Isa 6:5 Joh 1:18 * 1Ti 6:16 Heb 1:13 Re 1:16,17 VERSE 21 - place by. * De 5:31 Jos 20:4 Isa 56:5 Zec 3:7 Lu 15:1 VERSE 22 - in a clift. * Ps 18:2 So 2:3 Isa 2:21; 32:2 1Co 10:4 2Co 5:19 - cover thee. * De 33:12 Ps 91:1,4 The rock on which Moses stood, and in the clift of which he was sheltered, was doubtless an emblem of Christ; in whose person, character, and salvation alone, sinners may by faith see the glory of God, and live; for there it appears in softened splendor; as the sun, when his brightness is diminished by a mist, is beheld more distinctly by the human eye.--Scott VERSE 23 - thou shalt. * :20 Job 11:7; 26:14 Joh 1:18 1Co 13:12 1Ti 6:16 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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