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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 1 Samuel 23:29


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    King James Bible - 1 Samuel 23:29

    And David went up from thence, and dwelt in strong holds at En-gedi.

    World English Bible

    David went up from there, and lived in the strongholds of En Gedi.

    Douay-Rheims - 1 Samuel 23:29

    Then David went up from thence, and dwelt in strong holds of Engaddi.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Then David went up from thence, and dwelt in strong holds at En-gedi.

    Original Hebrew

    ויעל
    5927  דוד 1732  משׁם 8033  וישׁב 3427  במצדות 4679 עין  גדי׃ 5872  

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    VERSE (29) -
    :14,19

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:29

    Entonces David subió de allí, y habitó en los parajes fuertes en En-gadi.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 23:29

    Verse 29.
    Strong holds at En-gedi.] En-gedi was situated near to the western coast of the Dead Sea, not far from Jeshimon: it literally signifies the kid's well, and was celebrated for its vineyards, So i. 14. It was also celebrated for its balm. It is reported to be a mountainous territory, filled with caverns; and consequently proper for David in his present circumstances.

    How threshing-floors were made among the ancients, we learn from CATO, Deuteronomy Revelation Rustica, chap. 91, and 129. And as I believe it would be an excellent method to make the most durable and efficient barn-floors, I will set it down:- Aream sic facito. Locum ubi facies confodito; postea amurca conspergito bene, sinitoque combibat. Postea comminuito glebas bene. Deinde coaequato, et paviculis verberato. Postea denuo amurca conspergito, sinitoque arescat. Si ita feceris neque formicae nocebunt, neque herbae nascentur: et cum pluerit, lutum non erit. "Make a threshing-floor thus: dig the place thoroughly; afterwards sprinkle it well with the lees of oil, and give it time to soak in. Then beat the clods very fine, make it level, and beat it well down with a paver's rammer. When this is done, sprinkle it afresh with the oil lees, and let it dry. This being done, the mice cannot burrow in it, no grass can grow through it, nor will the rain dissolve the surface to raise mud." The directions of COLUMELLA are nearly the same; but as there as some differences of importance, I will subjoin his account:- Area quoque si terrena erit, ut sit ad trituram satis habilis, primum radatur, deinde confodiatur, permixtis paleis cum amurca, quae salem non accepit, extergatur; nam ea res a populatione murium formicarumque frumenta defendit. Tum aequate paviculis, vel molari lapide condensetur, et rursus subjectis paleis inculcetur, atque ita solibus siccanda relinquatur.

    Deuteronomy Revelation Rustica, lib. ii., c. 20. "If you would have a threshing-floor made on the open ground, that it may be proper for the purpose, first pare off the surface, then let it be well digged, and mixed with lees of oil, unsalted, with which chaff has been mingled, for this prevents the mice and ants from burrowing and injuring the corn. Then level it with a paver's rammer, or press it down with a millstone.

    Afterwards scatter chaff over it, tread it down, and leave it to be dried by the sun." This may be profitably used within doors, as well as in the field; and a durable and solid floor is a matter of very great consequence to the husbandman, as it prevents the flour from being injured by sand or dust.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 29. And David went up from thence , etc.] From the wilderness of Maon, having had a narrow escape for his life: and dwelt in strong holds in Engedi ; another place in the tribe of Judah, and which lay in the wilderness of Judah, and from whence that is called the wilderness of Engedi; and here Dr. Lightfoot thinks he penned the sixty third psalm, ( Psalm 63:1-11), the wilderness about Engedi being the most desert of all other places, that being upon the borders of the dead sea; of this place, (see Gill on “ Joshua 15:62”).

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 19-29 - In the midst of his
    wickedness, Saul affected to speak the language of piety. Such expressions, without suitable effects, can only amuse of deceive those who hear, and those who use them. This mountain was a emblem of the Divine Providence coming between David and the destroyer Let us not be dismayed at the prospect of future difficulties, but sta ourselves upon Him who is wonderful in counsel and excellent in working. Sooner than his promise shall fail, he will commissio Philistines to effect our escape, at the very moment when our cas appears most desperate. God requires entire dependence on him, If y will not believe, surely ye shall not be established, Isa 7:9 __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ויעל 5927  דוד 1732  משׁם 8033  וישׁב 3427  במצדות 4679 עין  גדי׃ 5872  


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