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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Deuteronomy 8:9


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    King James Bible - Deuteronomy 8:9

    A land wherein thou shalt eat bread without scarceness, thou shalt not lack any thing in it; a land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills thou mayest dig brass.

    World English Bible

    a
    land in which you shall eat bread without scarceness, you shall not lack anything in it; a land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills you may dig copper.

    Douay-Rheims - Deuteronomy 8:9

    Where without any want thou shalt eat thy
    bread, and enjoy abundance of all things: where the stones are iron, and out of its hills are dug mines of brass:

    Webster's Bible Translation

    A
    land in which thou shalt eat bread without scarceness, thou shalt not lack any thing in it, a land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills thou mayest dig brass.

    Original Hebrew

    ארץ
    776 אשׁר 834 לא 3808 במסכנת 4544 תאכל 398 בה  לחם 3899  לא 3808  תחסר 2637  כל 3605  בה  ארץ 776  אשׁר 834  אבניה 68  ברזל 1270  ומהרריה 2042 תחצב 2672 נחשׁת׃ 5178

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    VERSE (9) -
    De 33:25 Jos 22:8 1Ch 22:14 Job 28:2

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 8:9

    tierra en la cual no comerás el pan con escasez, no te faltará nada en ella; tierra que sus piedras son hierro, y de sus montes sacarás bronce.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 8:9

    Verse 9. A
    land whose stones are iron] Not only meaning that there were iron mines throughout the land, but that the loose stones were strongly impregnated with iron, ores of this metal (the most useful of all the products of the mineral kingdom) being every where in great plenty.

    Out of whose hills thou mayest dig brass.] As there is no such thing in nature as a brass mine, the word tjn nechosheth should be translated copper; of which, by the addition of the lapis calaminaris, brass is made. See on "Exod. xxv. 3".


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 9. A land wherein thou shall eat bread without scarceness , etc.] That is, should have plenty of all sorts of provisions, which bread is often put for: thou shall not lack anything in it ; for necessity and convenience, and for delight and pleasure: a land whose stones are iron ; in which were iron mines: and out of whose hills thou mayest dig brass ; both which are taken out of the earth and the stones of it, ( Job 28:2) and were to be found in the land of Canaan, and particularly in the tribe of Asher, as seems from ( Deuteronomy 33:25) and more particularly at Sidon and Sarepta, which were in that tribe; the latter of which seems to have its name from the melting of metals there, and the former is said in Homer to abound with brass.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-9 - Obedience must be, 1. Careful, observe to do; 2. Universal, to do all the
    commandments; and 3. From a good principle, with a regard to God a the Lord, and their God, and with a holy fear of him. To engage them to this obedience. Moses directs them to look back. It is good to remembe all the ways, both of God's providence and grace, by which he has le us through this wilderness, that we may cheerfully serve him and trus in him. They must remember the straits they were sometimes brough into, for mortifying their pride, and manifesting their perverseness to prove them, that they and others might know all that was in their heart, and that all might see that God chose them, not for any thing in them which might recommend them to his favour. They must remember the miraculous supplies of food and raiment granted them. Let none of God' children distrust their Father, nor take any sinful course for the supply of their necessities. Some way or other, God will provide for them in the way of duty and honest diligence, and verily they shall be fed. It may be applied spiritually; the word of God is the food of the soul. Christ is the word of God; by him we live. They must als remember the rebukes they had been under, and not without need. Thi use we should make of all our afflictions; by them let us be quickene to our duty. Moses also directs them to look forward to Canaan. Loo which way we will, both to look back and to look forward, to Canaan Look which way we will, both to look back and to look forward wil furnish us with arguments for obedience. Moses saw in that land a typ of the better country. The gospel church is the New Testament Canaan watered with the Spirit in his gifts and graces, planted with trees of righteousness, bearing fruits of righteousness. Heaven is the goo land, in which nothing is wanting, and where is fulness of joy.


    Original Hebrew

    ארץ 776 אשׁר 834 לא 3808 במסכנת 4544 תאכל 398 בה  לחם 3899  לא 3808  תחסר 2637  כל 3605  בה  ארץ 776  אשׁר 834  אבניה 68  ברזל 1270  ומהרריה 2042 תחצב 2672 נחשׁת׃ 5178


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