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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Joshua 5:8


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    King James Bible - Joshua 5:8

    And it came to pass, when they had done circumcising all the people, that they abode in their places in the camp, till they were whole.

    World English Bible

    It happened, when they were done circumcising all the nation, that they stayed in their places in the
    camp until they were healed.

    Douay-Rheims - Joshua 5:8

    Now after they were all circumcised, they remained in the same
    place of the camp, until they were healed.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And it came to pass when they had done circumcising all the people, that they abode in their places in the
    camp, till they were whole.

    Original Hebrew

    ויהי
    1961 כאשׁר 834 תמו 8552 כל 3605 הגוי 1471 להמול 4135 וישׁבו 3427 תחתם 8478 במחנה 4264 עד 5704 חיותם׃ 2421

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    VERSE (8) -
    Ge 34:25

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:8

    Y cuando hubieron acabado de circuncidar toda la gente, se quedaron en el mismo lugar en el campamento, hasta que sanaron.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 5:8

    Verse 8. They abode-in the
    camp, till they were whole.] This required several days; see the notes on Gen. xxxiv. 24, 25. Sir J. Chardin informs us that when adults were circumcised they were obliged to keep their beds for about three weeks, or at least during that time they are not able to walk about but with great difficulty. The account he had from several renegadoes, who had received circumcision among the Mohammedans. Is it not strange that during this time they were not attacked by the inhabitants of the land, and utterly destroyed, which might have been easily effected? See the case of the poor Shechemites, as related in Gen. xxxiv. 24- 31, with the notes there. Joshua, as an able general, would at once perceive that this very measure must expose his whole host to the danger of being totally annihilated; but he knew that GOD could not err, and that it was his duty to obey; therefore in the very teeth of his enemies he reduced the major part of his army to a state of total helplessness, simply trusting for protection in the arm of Jehovah! The sequel shows that his confidence was not misplaced; during the whole time God did not permit any of their enemies to disturb them. The path of duty is the path of safety; and it is impossible for any soul to be injured while walking in the path of obedience. But why did not God order them to be circumcised while they were on the east side of Jordan in a state of great security? Because he chose to bring them into straits and difficulties where no counsel or might but his own could infallibly direct and save them; and this he did that they might see that the excellence of the power was of God, and not of man. For the same reason he caused them to pass the Jordan at the time that it overflowed its banks, and not at the time when it was low and easily fordable, that he might have the better opportunity to show them that they were under his immediate care and protection; and convince them of his almighty power, that they might trust in him for ever, and not fear the force of any adversaries. In both cases how apparent are the wisdom, power, and goodness of God!

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 8. And it came to pass, when they had done circumcising all the people , etc.] Which seems as if it was done in one
    day, even on the same day they passed over Jordan, and came to Gilgal; though Bishop Usher f71 thinks it was the day following; and so the Jews say it was on the eleventh of Nisan: that they abode in their places in the camp till they were whole : till the wound made by circumcision was healed; now as it was on the tenth day they passed over Jordan, and came to Gilgal, where they were circumcised, there were three entire days between that and the fourteenth, when they kept the passover; during which time they kept within their tents in the camp, being unfit to move from thence, for on the third day of circumcision they were usually sore, ( Genesis 34:25); but being well on the fourth, were able to attend the passover. As the providence of God greatly appeared in favour of Israel, by causing a dread to fall on their enemies, that they durst not sally out of the city and attack them; so it showed great faith in Joshua, and the Israelites, to administer circumcision at this time, just as they were landed in an enemy’s country; and when the waters of Jordan were returned, and there was no going back, and if they could, as they were not in a condition to fight, so not to flee.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-9 - How dreadful is their
    case, who see the wrath of God advancing toward them, without being able to turn it aside, or escape it! Such will be the horrible situation of the wicked; nor can words express the anguis of their feelings, or the greatness of their terror. Oh that they woul now take warning, and before it be too late, flee for refuge to la hold upon that hope set before them in the gospel! God impressed thes fears on the Canaanites, and dispirited them. This gave a short rest to the Israelites, and circumcision rolled away the reproach of Egypt They were hereby owned to be the free-born children of God, having the seal of the covenant. When God glorifies himself in perfecting the salvation of his people, he not only silences all enemies, but roll back their reproaches upon themselves.


    Original Hebrew

    ויהי 1961 כאשׁר 834 תמו 8552 כל 3605 הגוי 1471 להמול 4135 וישׁבו 3427 תחתם 8478 במחנה 4264 עד 5704 חיותם׃ 2421


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