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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Deuteronomy 4:42


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    King James Bible - Deuteronomy 4:42

    That the slayer might flee thither, which should kill his neighbour unawares, and hated him not in times past; and that fleeing unto one of these cities he might live:

    World English Bible

    that the manslayer might flee there, who kills his neighbor unawares, and didn't hate him in
    time past; and that fleeing to one of these cities he might live:

    Douay-Rheims - Deuteronomy 4:42

    That any one might flee to them who should kill his neighbour unwillingly, and was not his enemy a
    day or two before, and that he might escape to some one of these cities:

    Webster's Bible Translation

    That the slayer might flee thither, who should kill his neighbor unawares, and when he had not hated him in times past; and that fleeing to one of these cities he might live:

    Original Hebrew

    לנס
    5127 שׁמה 8033 רוצח 7523 אשׁר 834 ירצח 7523 את 853 רעהו 7453 בבלי 1097 דעת 1847 והוא 1931 לא 3808 שׂנא 8130 לו  מתמל 8543  שׁלשׁם 8032 ונס 5127 אל 413 אחת 259 מן 4480 הערים 5892 האל 411 וחי׃ 2425

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    VERSE (42) -
    De 19:1-10 Nu 35:6,11,12,15-28 Heb 6:18

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:42

    para que huyese allí el homicida que matase a su prójimo por yerro, sin haber tenido enemistad con él desde ayer ni desde anteayer; y que huyendo a una de estas ciudades viviese:

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 42. That the slayer might
    flee thither , etc.] For refuge; the slayer of a man, but not any slayer, but which should kill his neighbour unawares ; by accident to him, without any design and intention to kill him; ignorantly, as the Septuagint version; and so Onkelos: and hated him not in times past ; it having never appeared that there had been a quarrel between them, and that the slayer had shown any enmity to the man slain any time before the fact, or bore a grudge against him, or spite unto him: and that, fleeing unto one of these cities, he might live ; in peace and safety unto his own death, or unto the death of the high priest, when he was released from his confinement to the city of his refuge, and might return to his tribe, house, family, and possessions.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 41-49 - Here is the
    introduction to another discourse, or sermon, Mose preached to Israel, which we have in the following chapters. He set the law before them, as the rule they were to work by, the way the were to walk in. He sets it before them, as the glass in which the were to see their natural face, that, looking into this perfect law of liberty, they might continue therein. These are the laws, given when Israel was newly come out of Egypt; and they were now repeated. Mose gave these laws in charge, while they encamped over against Beth-peor an idol place of the Moabites. Their present triumphs were a powerfu argument for obedience. And we should understand our own situation a sinners, and the nature of that gracious covenant to which we ar invited. Therein greater things are shown to us than ever Israel saw from mount Sinai; greater mercies are given to us than they experience in the wilderness, or in Canaan. One speaks to us, who is of infinitel greater dignity than Moses; who bare our sins upon the cross; an pleads with us by His dying love __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    לנס 5127 שׁמה 8033 רוצח 7523 אשׁר 834 ירצח 7523 את 853 רעהו 7453 בבלי 1097 דעת 1847 והוא 1931 לא 3808 שׂנא 8130 לו  מתמל 8543  שׁלשׁם 8032 ונס 5127 אל 413 אחת 259 מן 4480 הערים 5892 האל 411 וחי׃ 2425


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