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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Numbers 25:12


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    King James Bible - Numbers 25:12

    Wherefore say, Behold, I give unto him my covenant of peace:

    World English Bible

    Therefore say, 'Behold, I give to him my covenant of peace:

    Douay-Rheims - Numbers 25:12

    Therefore say to him: Behold I give him the peace of my covenant,

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Wherefore say, Behold, I give to him my covenant of peace.

    Original Hebrew

    לכן
    3651 אמר 559 הנני 2005 נתן 5414 לו  את 853  בריתי 1285  שׁלום׃ 7965

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    VERSE (12) -
    Nu 13:29 Mal 2:4,5; 3:1

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 25:12

    Por tanto diles: He aquí yo establezco mi pacto de paz con él;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Numbers 25:12

    Verse 12. - 13. My
    covenant of peace-of an everlasting priesthood] As the word peace implied all kinds of blessings, both spiritual and temporal, it may mean no more here than the promise of God, to grant him and his family the utmost prosperity in reference to both worlds. The everlasting priesthood refers properly to the priesthood of Christ which was shadowed out by the priesthood under the law; no matter in what family it was continued. Therefore the µlw[ tnhk kehunnath olam, or eternal priesthood, does not merely refer to any sacerdotal ministrations which should be continued in the family of Phinehas, during the Mosaic dispensation, but to that priesthood of Christ typified by that of Aaron and his successors. The priesthood alone is everlasting, and a covenant or grant of that was made to Phinehas, and his descendants. The Jews reckon twelve high priests of the race of Phinehas, from this time to the days of Solomon, nine more from that time to the captivity, (see 1 Chron. vi. 4, 15,) and fifteen from their return to the time of Antiochus Eupator, the last of whom was Onias, slain by Lysias. Ezra, the great priest and scribe, was of this line, Ezra vii. 1, 5. The family of Ithamar, uncle of Phinehas, had the priesthood for about 150 years; but it was restored to the family of Phinehas in the person of Zadok the priest, 1 Chron. vi. 50, in which it continued in the whole about 950 years. Probably the Maccabees were of the same family; but though this is not certain, there is no evidence against it. See Calmet. God therefore sufficiently fulfilled his promise; he gave to him and his descendants almost the utmost temporal length that could be given of that priesthood which is, in its own nature, eternal. Here then the word µlw[ olam means, not a limited time, but what is eternal in its duration. See the note on "Genesis xxi. 33".

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 12. Wherefore say , etc.]
    Moses is bid to tell what follows to Phinehas himself, for his comfort and encouragement, and to the people of Israel, that they might take notice of it, and give him honour and respect, as one highly esteemed by the Lord: behold, I give unto him my covenant of peace ; not only hereby assuring him that he had nothing to fear from the brethren and relations of the person he had slain, as Aben Ezra; but that he should enjoy all peace and happiness, external, internal, and eternal: Baal Hatfurira on the place says, that “Shalom”, peace, is by geometry, or numerically, the Messiah; who is the peace, the peace maker, and peace giver, and in whom all the blessings of grace and peace are: and if this covenant is the same with the covenant of the priesthood in the next verse, it may be so called, because the priests had a peculiar nearness to God, and enjoyed his friendship, favour, and peace with him, and because the right administration of their office was the means of peace between God and his people; in this also Phinehas was a type of Christ; the covenant of grace made with him is called the covenant of peace, ( Isaiah 54:10 Malachi 2:5) for in this covenant the scheme of peace and reconciliation was formed, agreed to, and settled; Christ was appointed the peace maker, which he agreed to be; and in consequence of it was sent and obtained peace by the blood of his cross, which is published in the everlasting Gospel, called therefore the Gospel of peace.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 6-15 - Phinehas, in the
    courage of zeal and faith, executed vengeance on Zimr and Cozbi. This act can never be an example for private revenge, or religious persecution, or for irregular public vengeance.


    Original Hebrew

    לכן 3651 אמר 559 הנני 2005 נתן 5414 לו  את 853  בריתי 1285  שׁלום׃ 7965


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