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    1 The law of the Nazarite in the days of his separation; 13 and after their completion. 22 The form of blessing the people. VERSE 1 * :1 VERSE 2 - When. * :5,6 Ex 33:16 Le 20:26 Pr 18:1 Ro 1:1 2Co 6:16 Ga 1:15 * Heb 7:27 - separate themselves. The word {yaphli,} rendered "shall separate themselves," signifies, "the doing of something extraordinary," and is the same word as is used concerning the making a singular vow. (Le 27:2); it seems to convey the idea of a person's acting from extraordinary zeal for God and religion. - to vow. * Le 27:2 Jud 13:5 1Sa 1:28 Am 2:11,12 Lu 1:15 Ac 21:23,24 - to separate themselves. or, to make themselves Nazarites. {Lahazzir,} from {nazar,} to be separate; hence {nazir,} a Nazarite, i.e., a person separated; one peculiarly devoted to the service of God by being separated from all servile employments. The Nazarites were of two kinds: such as were devoted to God by their parents in their infancy, or even sometimes before they were born; and such as devoted themselves. The former were Nazarites for life; and the latter commonly bound themselves to observe the laws of the Nazarites for a limited time. The Nazarites for life were not bound to the same strictness as the others, concerning whom the laws relate. VERSE 3 Besides the religious nature of this institution, it seems to have been partly of a civil and prudential use. The sobriety and temperance which the Nazarites were obliged to observe were very conducive to health. Accordingly, they were celebrated for their fair and ruddy complexion; being said to be both whiter than milk and more ruddy than rubies (La 4:7); the sure signs of a sound and healthy constitution. It may here be observed, that when God intended to raise up Samson, by his strength of body, to scourge the enemies of Israel, he ordered, that from his infancy he should drink no wine, but live by the rule of the Nazarites, because that would greatly contribute to make him strong and healthy; intending, after nature had done her utmost to form this extraordinary instrument of his providence, to supply her defect by his own supernatural power. See Jenning's Jewish Antiquities, B. I. c. 8. * Le 10:9 Jud 13:14 Pr 31:4,5 Jer 35:6-8 Am 2:12 Lu 1:15 * Lu 7:33,34; 21:34 Eph 5:18 1Th 5:22 1Ti 5:23 VERSE 4 - separation. or, Nazariteship. * :5,8,9,12,13,18,19,21 - vine tree. Heb. vine of the wine. * Jud 13:14 VERSE 5 - razor. * Jud 13:5; 16:17,19 1Sa 1:11 La 4:7,8 1Co 11:10-15 VERSE 6 - he shall come. * Nu 19:11-16 Le 19:28 Jer 16:5,6 Eze 24:16-18 Mt 8:21,22 * Lu 9:59,60 2Co 5:16 VERSE 7 - unclean. * Nu 9:6 Le 21:1,2,10-12 Eze 44:25 - consecration. Heb. separation. This expression, "the consecration, or separation, of God is on his head," denotes his hair, which was the proof and emblem of his separation, and of his subjection to God through all the peculiarities of his Nazarate. St. Paul probably alludes to this circumstance in 1 Co 10 11:10 by considering a married woman as a Nazarite for life, i.e., separated from all others, and united to her husband, to whom she is subject. VERSE 8 * 2Co 6:17,18 VERSE 9 - and he. * Nu 19:14-19 - shave. * :18 Ac 18:18; 21:23,24 Php 3:8,9 VERSE 10 * Le 1:14; 5:7-10; 9:1-21; 12:6; 14:22,23,31; 15:14,29 Ro 4:25 * Joh 2:1,2 VERSE 11 - offer. * Le 5:8-10; 14:30,31 - and shall. * :5 VERSE 12 - a trespass. * Le 5:6; 14:24 - but the. * Eze 18:24 Mt 3:15; 24:13 Joh 8:29-31 Jas 2:10 2Jo 1:8 - lost. Heb. fall. VERSE 13 - are fulfilled. * Ac 21:26 VERSE 14 - one he. * Le 1:10-13 1Ch 15:26,28,29 - one ewe. * Le 4:2,3,27,32 Mal 1:13,14 1Pe 1:19 - one ram. * Le 3:6 VERSE 15 - a basket. * Le 2:4; 8:2; 9:4 Joh 6:50-59 - anointed. * Ex 29:2 - drink. * Nu 15:5,7,10 Isa 62:9 Joe 1:9,13; 2:14 1Co 10:31; 11:26 VERSE 16 - sin offering. * Le 23:19 - burnt offering. * Le 23:12 VERSE 17 - peace offering. * Le 23:19 - meat offering. * Le 23:13 - drink offering. * Le 23:13 VERSE 18 - shave the head. The hair, which was permitted to grow for this purpose, was shaven off, as a token that the vow was accomplished. * :5,9 Ac 18:18; 21:24,26 - and put it. * Lu 17:10 Eph 1:6 VERSE 19 - the sodden. * Le 8:31 1Sa 2:15 - put them. * Ex 29:23-28 Le 7:30; 8:27 VERSE 20 - the priest shall. * Nu 5:25 Ex 29:27,28 Le 9:21; 10:15; 23:11 - with the wave. * Nu 18:18 Le 7:31,34 - and after. * Ps 16:10,11 Ec 9:7 Isa 25:6; 35:10; 53:10-12 Zec 9:15,17; 10:7 * Mt 26:29 Mr 14:25 Joh 17:4,5; 19:30 2Ti 4:7,8 VERSE 21 - the law. See on ch. * Nu 5:29 - beside that. * Ezr 2:69 Ga 6:6 Heb 13:16 VERSE 22 * :22 VERSE 23 * Ge 14:19,20; 24:60; 27:27-29; 28:3,4; 47:7,10; 48:20 Le 9:22,23 * De 10:8; 21:5; 33:1 Jos 8:33 1Ch 23:13 Lu 24:50,51 Ro 1:7 * 1Co 1:3 2Co 13:14 Heb 7:1,7; 11:20,21 1Pe 1:2 2Pe 1:2,3 2Jo 1:3 VERSE 24 - The Lord. * Ru 2:4 Ps 134:3 1Co 14:16 Eph 6:24 Php 4:23 Re 1:4,5 - keep thee. * Ps 91:11; 121:4-7 Isa 27:3; 42:6 Joh 17:11 Php 4:7 1Th 5:23 * 1Pe 1:5 Jude 1:24 VERSE 25 - The Lord. * Ps 21:6; 31:16; 67:1; 80:1-3,7,19; 119:135 Da 9:17 - gracious. * Ge 43:29 Ex 33:19 Mal 1:9 Joh 1:17 VERSE 26 - lift up. * Ps 4:6; 42:5; 89:15 Ac 2:28 - give thee. * Ps 29:11 Isa 26:3,12; 57:19 Mic 5:5 Lu 2:14 Joh 14:27; 16:33 * Joh 20:21,26 Ac 10:36 Ro 5:1; 15:13,33 Eph 2:14-17; 6:23 * Php 4:7 2Th 3:16 VERSE 27 - put my. * Ex 3:13-15; 6:3; 34:5-7 De 28:10 2Ch 7:14 Isa 43:7 Jer 14:9 * Da 9:18,19 Mt 28:19 - and I will. * Nu 23:20 Ge 12:2,3; 32:26,29 1Ch 4:10 Ps 5:12; 67:7; 115:12,13 * Eph 1:3 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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