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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Judges 10:12


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    King James Bible - Judges 10:12

    The Zidonians also, and the Amalekites, and the Maonites, did oppress you; and ye cried to me, and I delivered you out of their hand.

    World English Bible

    The Sidonians also, and the Amalekites, and the Maonites, did oppress you; and you cried to me, and I saved you out of their
    hand.

    Douay-Rheims - Judges 10:12

    The Sidonians also and Amalec and Chanaan oppress you, and you cried to me, and I delivered you out of their
    hand?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    The Zidonians also, and the Amalekites, and the Maonites oppressed you; and ye cried to me, and I delivered you out of their
    hand.

    Original Hebrew

    וצידונים
    6722 ועמלק 6002 ומעון 4584 לחצו 3905 אתכם 853 ותצעקו 6817 אלי 413 ואושׁיעה 3467 אתכם 853 מידם׃ 3027

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    Jud 5:19-31

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:12

    de los de Sidón, de Amalec, y de Maón, y clamando a mí os he librado de sus manos?

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 12. The Zidonians also , etc.] Who were left in the
    land to distress them, though there is no particular mention of them, and of the distress they gave them, and of their deliverance from it, which yet is not at all to be questioned: and the Amalekites ; both quickly after they came out of Egypt, ( Exodus 17:13) and when they were come into the land of Canaan, joining the Moabites and the Midianites against them, ( Judges 3:13 6:3) and the Maonites did oppress you ; meaning either the old inhabitants of Maon, a city in the mountains of Judah, near to which was a wilderness of this name, ( Joshua 15:55 1 Samuel 23:24) or rather a people of Arabia, called by Strabo f221 , and Diodorus Siculus f222 , Minaeans, the same with Mehunim, mentioned with the Arabians, ( 2 Chronicles 26:7) and who perhaps came along with the Midianites, when they oppressed Israel; though some have thought of the old inhabitants of Bethmeon and Baalmeon, ( Numbers 32:38 Jeremiah 48:23) and ye cried unto me, and I delivered you out of their hands ; all those mercies and deliverances are mentioned to aggravate their sins, that notwithstanding the Lord hath so often and eminently appeared for them, yet they deserted him and his worship, and fell into idolatry. Jarchi observes, that here are seven salvations or deliverances mentioned in opposition to the seven sorts of false gods or idols they had served, ( Judges 10:6).

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 10-18 -
    God is able to multiply men's punishments according to the numbers of their sins and idols. But there is hope when sinners cry to the Lor for help, and lament their ungodliness as well as their more ope transgressions. It is necessary, in true repentance, that there be full conviction that those things cannot help us which we have set in competition with God. They acknowledged what they deserved, yet praye to God not to deal with them according to their deserts. We must submi to God's justice, with a hope in his mercy. True repentance is not onl for sin, but from sin. As the disobedience and misery of a child are grief to a tender father, so the provocations of God's people are grief to him. From him mercy never can be sought in vain. Let then the trembling sinner, and the almost despairing backslider, cease from debating about God's secret purposes, or from expecting to find hop from former experiences. Let them cast themselves on the mercy of God our Saviour, humble themselves under his hand, seek deliverance from the powers of darkness, separate themselves from sin, and from occasions of it, use the means of grace diligently, and wait the Lord' time, and so they shall certainly rejoice in his mercy __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    וצידונים 6722 ועמלק 6002 ומעון 4584 לחצו 3905 אתכם 853 ותצעקו 6817 אלי 413 ואושׁיעה 3467 אתכם 853 מידם׃ 3027


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