SEV Biblia, Chapter 32:42 Asimismo Noba fue y tomó a Kenat y sus aldeas, y lo llamó Noba, conforme a su nombre.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 42. And Nobah went and took Kenath, and the villages thereof , etc.] Who this Nobah was is not certain, very probably a descendant of Manasseh; it is said he was among those that were born in Egypt, and died after the death of Moses, and was buried beyond Jordan, as it is said, also did Machir and Jair, so that there were none left but Caleb, and Joshua: and called it Nobah , after his name; but it seems that in later times its ancient name was restored to it; for Jerom f473 , says there was a village in Arabia, called Cannatha, which is supposed to be this place; though he also tells us f474 , that eight miles from Heshbon; to the south, is shown a desert place called Naba. Pliny places Cannatha in the Decapolis.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 28-42 - Concerning the settlement of these tribes, observe, that they built the cities, that is, repaired them. They changed the names of them probably they were idolatrous, therefore they should be forgotten. spirit of selfishness, of seeking our own, not the things of Christ when each one ought to assist others, is as dangerous as it is common It is impossible to be sincere in the faith, sensible of the goodnes of God, constrained by the love of Christ, sanctified by the power of the Holy Ghost, and yet be indifferent to the progress of religion, an the spiritual success of others, through love of ease, or fear of conflict. Let then your light so shine before men, that they may se your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven __________________________________________________________________
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