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    NUMBERS 14

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    1 The people murmur at the news. 6 Joshua and Caleb labor to still them. 11 God threatens them. 13 Moses intercedes with God, and obtains pardon. 26 The murmurers are debarred from entering into the land. 36 The men who raised the evil report die by a plague. 40 The people that would invade the land against the will of God are smitten. VERSE 1 * Nu 11:1-4 De 1:45 VERSE 2 - murmured. * Nu 16:41 Ex 15:24; 16:2,3; 17:3 De 1:27 Ps 106:24,45 1Co 10:10 * Php 2:14,15 Jude 1:16 - Would. * :28,29; 11:15 1Ki 19:4 Job 3:11; 7:15,16 Jon 4:3,8 VERSE 3 - the Lord. * Ps 78:40 Jer 9:3 - our wives. * :31,32 VERSE 4 * De 17:16; 28:68 Ne 9:16,17 Lu 17:32 Ac 7:39 Heb 10:38,39; 11:15 * 2Pe 2:21,22 VERSE 5 * Nu 16:4,22,45 Ge 17:3 Le 9:24 Jos 5:14; 7:10 1Ki 18:39 * 1Ch 21:16 Eze 9:8 Da 10:9 Mt 26:39 Re 4:10; 5:14; 7:11 VERSE 6 - Joshua. * :24,30,38; 13:6,8,30 - rent their clothes. * Ge 37:29,34; 44:13 Jos 7:6 Jud 11:35 2Sa 3:31 2Ki 18:37 * Job 1:20 Joe 2:12,13 Mt 26:65 VERSE 7 - an exceeding good land. * Nu 13:27 De 1:25; 6:10,11; 8:7-9 VERSE 8 - delight. * De 10:15 2Sa 15:25,26; 22:20 1Ki 10:9 Ps 22:8; 147:10,11 * Isa 62:4 Jer 32:41 Zep 3:17 Ro 8:31 - a land which. * Nu 13:27 VERSE 9 - Only rebel. * De 9:7,23,24 Isa 1:2; 63:10 Da 9:5,9 Php 1:27 - neither. * De 7:18; 20:3 - are bread. * Nu 24:8 De 32:42 Ps 14:4; 74:14 - defence. Heb. shadow. {Tzillam,} a metaphor highly expressive of protection and support in the sultry eastern countries. (See the Parallel Passages.) The Arabs and Persians use the same word to express the same thing; using the expressions, "May the shadow {zulli} of thy prosperity be extended." "May the shadow of thy prosperity be spread over the heads of thy well-wishers." And in an elegant distich, "May your protection never be removed from my head; may God extend your shadow {zullikem} eternally." The loftiest and most esteemed title of the sultan, says Thornton, because given him by the kings of Persia, is {zil ullah,} shadow of God. * Ps 91:1; 121:5 Isa 30:2,3; 32:2 Jer 48:45 - the Lord. * Ge 48:21 Ex 33:16 De 7:21; 20:1-4; 31:6,8 Jos 1:5 Jud 1:22 * 2Ch 13:12; 15:2; 20:17; 32:8 Ps 46:1,2,7,11 Isa 8:9,10; 41:10 * Mt 1:23 Ro 8:31 - fear them not. * Isa 41:14 VERSE 10 - But all. * Ex 17:4 1Sa 30:6 Mt 23:37 Ac 7:52,59 - And the. * Nu 16:19,42; 20:6 Ex 16:7,10; 24:16,17; 40:34 Le 9:23 VERSE 11 - How long will this. * :27 Ex 10:3; 16:28 Pr 1:22 Jer 4:14 Ho 8:5 Zec 8:14 * Mt 17:17 - provoke. * :23 De 9:7,8,22,23 Ps 95:8 Heb 3:8,16 - believe me. * De 1:32 Ps 78:22,32,41,42; 106:24 Mr 9:19 Joh 10:38; 12:37 * Joh 15:24 Heb 3:18 VERSE 12 - smite. * Nu 16:46-49; 25:9 Ex 5:3 2Sa 24:1,12-15 - will make. See on * Ex 32:10 VERSE 13 - And Moses said unto the Lord. From this verse to ver. 19, inclusive, we have the words of the earnest intercession of Moses: they need no explanation; they are full of simplicity and energy. - Then the. * Ex 32:12 De 9:26-28; 32:27 Jos 7:8,9 Ps 106:23 Eze 20:9,14 VERSE 14 - they have. * Ex 15:14 Jos 2:9,10; 5:1 - art seen. * Nu 12:8 Ge 32:30 Ex 33:11 De 5:4; 34:10 Joh 1:18; 14:9 1Co 13:12 * 1Jo 3:2 - thy cloud. * Nu 9:15-21; 10:34 Ex 13:21,22; 40:38 Ne 9:12,19 Ps 78:14; 105:39 VERSE 15 * Jud 6:16 VERSE 16 * De 9:28; 32:26,27 Jos 7:9 VERSE 17 * Mic 3:8 Mt 9:6,8 VERSE 18 - long-suffering. See on * Ex 34:6,7 Ps 103:8; 145:8 Jon 4:2 Mic 7:18 Na 1:2,3 Ro 3:24-26 * Ro 5:21 Eph 1:7,8 - visiting. * Ex 20:5; 34:7 Jer 23:2 VERSE 19 - Pardon. * Ex 32:32; 34:9 1Ki 8:34 Ps 51:1,2 Eze 20:8,9 Da 9:19 - according. * Isa 55:7 Tit 3:4-7 - and as thou. * Ex 32:10-14; 33:17 Ps 78:38; 106:7,8,45 Jon 3:10; 4:2 Mic 7:18 * Jas 15 5:15 1Jo 5:14-16 - until now. or, hitherto. VERSE 20 - pardoned. * Ps 78:37-43; 106:45 Isa 48:9,11 Eph 4:32 - according. * Jas 16 5:16 1Jo 5:14,15 VERSE 21 - as truly. * De 32:40 Isa 49:18 Jer 22:24 Eze 5:11; 18:3; 33:11,27 Zep 2:9 - all the. * Ps 72:19 Hab 2:14 Mt 6:10 VERSE 22 - which have. * :11 De 1:31-35 Ps 95:9-11; 106:26 Heb 3:17,18 - tempted. * Ex 17:2 Ps 95:9; 106:14 Mal 3:15 Mt 4:7 1Co 10:9 Heb 3:9 - ten times. * Ge 31:7,41 Job 19:3 VERSE 23 - Surely they shall not see. Heb. If they see. * Nu 26:64; 32:11 De 1:35-45 Ne 9:23 Ps 95:11; 106:26 Eze 20:15 * Heb 3:17,18; 4:3 VERSE 24 - my servant. * :6-9; 13:30; 26:65 De 1:36 Jos 14:6-14 - another spirit. Caleb had another spirit; not only a bold, generous, courageous, noble, and heroic spirit, but the Spirit and influence of God, which thus raised him above human inquietudes and earthly fears. Therefore he followed God fully; literally, "and he filled after me:" God shewed him the way he was to take and the line of conduct he was to pursue, and he filled up this line, and in all things followed the will of his Maker. - followed me. * Nu 32:11,12 De 6:5 Jos 14:8,9 1Ch 29:9,18 2Ch 25:2 Ps 119:80,145 * Pr 23:26 Ac 11:23 Eph 6:6 Col 3:23 VERSE 25 - the Amalekites. * Nu 13:29 - turn you. * :4 De 1:40 Ps 81:11-13 Pr 1:31 VERSE 26 VERSE 27 - How long. See on ver. * :11 Ex 16:28 Mt 17:7 Mr 9:19 - I have heard. * Ex 16:12 1Co 10:10 VERSE 28 - As truly. See on ver. * :21,23; 26:64,65; 32:11 De 1:35 Ps 90:8,9 Heb 3:17 - as ye have. * :2 VERSE 29 - carcases. * :32,33 1Co 10:5 Heb 3:17 Jude 1:5 - all that were. * Nu 1:45; 26:64 VERSE 30 - sware. Heb. lifted up my hand. * Ge 14:22 - save Caleb. * :38; 26:65; 32:12 De 1:36-38 VERSE 31 - little ones. * Nu 26:6,64 De 1:39 - ye said. * :3 - know. Their children, by possessing Canaan, knew what a good land their fathers had despised. - the land. * Ge 25:34 Ps 106:24 Pr 1:25,30 Mt 22:5 Ac 13:41 Heb 12:16,17 VERSE 32 - See on ver. * :29 1Co 10:5 Heb 3:17 VERSE 33 - shall wander in the wilderness. or, feed. This implies, that they should move from place to place in the deserts, as the Bedounin Arabs, who have no certain dwelling, but rove about seeking pasture for their flocks. * Nu 32:13 Jos 14:10 Ps 107:4,40 - forty years. * Nu 33:38 De 1:3; 2:14 - bear. * Nu 5:31 Jer 3:1,2 Eze 23:35,45-49 Ho 9:1 VERSE 34 - After. * Nu 13:25 2Ch 36:21 - the number. * Ps 95:10 Eze 4:6 Da 9:24 Re 11:3 - shall ye bear. * Nu 18:23 Le 20:19 Ps 38:4 Eze 14:10 - ye shall. * 1Ki 8:56 Ps 77:8; 105:42 Jer 18:9,10 La 3:31-33 Heb 4:1 - breach of promise. or, altering of my purpose. {Tenooathi,} rather, my failure, or disannulling, from {noo,} to fail, disannul; for as they had broken their engagements, God was no longer held by his covenant. * De 31:16,17 1Sa 2:30 Zec 11:10 VERSE 35 - I will surely. * Nu 23:19 - this evil. * :27-29; 26:65 1Co 10:5,11 Heb 3:19 VERSE 36 * Nu 13:31-33 VERSE 37 - those men. Thus ten of the twelve who searched out the land were struck dead, by the justice of God, on the spot. In commemoration of this event, the Jews, to this day, celebrate a fast, on the seventh day of the month Elul. - died. * :12; 16:49; 25:9 Jer 28:16,17; 29:32 1Co 10:10 Heb 3:17 Jude 1:5 VERSE 38 * Nu 26:65 Jos 14:6-10 VERSE 39 - mourned greatly. * Ex 33:4 Pr 19:3 Isa 26:16 Mt 8:12 Heb 12:17 VERSE 40 - rose up. * De 1:41 Ec 9:3 Mt 7:21-23; 26:11,12 Lu 13:25 - for we have sinned. We are sensible of our sin, and repent of it; and are now ready to do as Caleb and Joshua exhorted us. Or, though we have sinned, yet we hope God will make good his promise. VERSE 41 - do ye. * :25 2Ch 24:20 - but it shall. * Job 4:9 Jer 2:37; 32:5 VERSE 42 * De 1:42 Jos 7:8,12 Ps 44:1,2-11 VERSE 43 * :25; 13:29 Le 26:17 De 28:25 - because. * Jud 16:20 1Ch 28:9 2Ch 15:2 Isa 63:10 Ho 9:12 VERSE 44 - they presumed. This miserable people a short time ago, thought that, though Omnipotence was with them, they could not conquer and possess the land! Now they imagine, that though God himself go not with them, yet they shall be sufficient to drive out the inhabitants, and take possession of their country! Man is ever supposing he can do all things, or do nothing: he is therefore sometimes presumptuous, and at other times in despair. * Nu 15:30 De 1:43 - the ark. * Nu 10:33 1Sa 4:3-11 VERSE 45 - the Amalekites. See on ver. * :43 Ex 17:16 De 1:44; 32:30 Jos 7:5,11,12 - Hormah. * Nu 21:3 Jud 1:17 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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