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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Numbers 33:2


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    King James Bible - Numbers 33:2

    And Moses wrote their goings out according to their journeys by the commandment of the LORD: and these are their journeys according to their goings out.

    World English Bible

    Moses wrote their goings out according to their journeys by the commandment of Yahweh: and these are their journeys according to their goings out.

    Douay-Rheims - Numbers 33:2

    Which
    Moses wrote down according to the places of their encamping, which they changed by the commandment of the Lord.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And
    Moses wrote their goings out according to their journeys by the commandment of the LORD: and these are their journeys according to their goings out.

    Original Hebrew

    ויכתב
    3789 משׁה 4872 את 853 מוצאיהם 4161 למסעיהם 4550 על 5921 פי 6310 יהוה 3068 ואלה 428 מסעיהם 4550 למוצאיהם׃ 4161

    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (2) -
    Nu 9:17-23; 10:6,13 De 1:2; 10:11

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 33:2

    Y Moisés escribió sus salidas por sus partidas por dicho del SEÑOR. Estas, pues, son sus partidas por sus salidas.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Numbers 33:2

    Verse 2. And
    Moses wrote their goings out according to their journeys] We may consider the whole book of Numbers as a diary, and indeed the first book of travels ever published. Dr. Shaw, Dr. Pococke, and several others, have endeavoured to mark out the route of the Israelites, through this great, dreary, and trackless desert, and have ascertained many of the stages here described. Indeed there are sufficient evidences of this important journey still remaining, for the descriptions of many are so particular that the places are readily ascertained by them; but this is not the case with all. Israel was the Church of God in the wilderness, and its unsettled, wandering state under Moses may point out the unsettled state of religion under the law. Their being brought, after the death of Moses, into the promised rest by Joshua, may point out the establishment, fixedness, and certainty of that salvation provided by Jesus Christ, of whom Joshua, in name and conduct, was a remarkable type. Mr. Ainsworth imagines that the forty-two stations here enumerated, through which the Israelites were brought to the verge of the promised land, and afterwards taken over Jordan into the rest which God had promised, point out the forty-two generations from Abraham unto Christ, through whom the saviour of the world came, by whose blood we have an entrance into the holiest, and enjoy the inheritance among the saints in light. And Mr. Bromley, in his Way to the Sabbath of Rest, considers each name and place as descriptive of the spiritual state through which a soul passes in its way to the kingdom of God. But in cases of this kind fancy has much more to do than judgment.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 2. And
    Moses wrote their goings out according to their journeys, by the commandment of the Lord , etc.] Which may be understood, either that their journeys were by the commandment of the Lord; so Aben Ezra takes the connection to be, and which is undoubtedly true, and which is expressed plainly elsewhere; for so it was, that when the cloud abode on the tabernacle they rested, and had their stations, and continued as long as the cloud tarried on it, and when that was taken up, then they marched; and thus at the commandment of the Lord they rested, and at the commandment of the Lord they journeyed, see ( Numbers 9:17-23) or that Moses wrote the account of their journeys, and several stations, at the commandment of the Lord, that it might be on record, and be read in future ages, and appear to be a fact, that they were led about in a wilderness, in places which were unknown to others, and had no names but what they gave them: and these are their journeys according to their goings out ; from place to place; some of the ancients, as Jerom particularly, and some modern writers, have allegorized these journeys of the children of Israel, and have fancied that there is something in the signification of the names of the places they came to, and abode in, suitable to the cases and circumstances of the people of God in their passage through this world; but though the travels of the children of Israel in the wilderness may in general be an emblem of the case and condition of the people of God in this world, and there are many things in them, and which they met with, and befell them, that may be accommodated to them; yet the particulars will never hold good of individual saints, since they are not all led exactly in the same path of difficulties and troubles, but each have something peculiar to themselves; and it will be difficult to apply these things to the church of God in general, in the several stages and periods of time, and which I do not know that any have attempted; and yet, if there is anything pointed out by the travels, one would think it should be that.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-49 - This is a brief review of the
    travels of the children of Israel throug the wilderness. It is a memorable history. In their travels toward Canaan they were continually on the remove. Such is our state in thi world; we have here no continuing city, and all our removes in thi world are but from one part a desert to another. They were led to an from, forward and backward, yet were all the while under the directio of the pillar of cloud and fire. God led them about, yet led them the right way. The way God takes in bringing his people to himself is always the best way, though it does not always seem to us the neares way. Former events are mentioned. Thus we ought to keep in mind the providences of God concerning us and families, us and our land, and the many instances of that Divine care which has led us, and fed us, an kept us all our days hitherto. Few periods of our lives can be though upon, without reminding us of the Lord's goodness, and our ow ingratitude and disobedience: his kindness leaves us without excuse for our sins. We could not wish to travel over again the stages we have passed, unless we could hope, by the grace of God, to shun the sins we then committed, and to embrace such opportunities of doing good as we have let slip. Soon will our wanderings end, and our eternal state be fixed beyond recall; how important then is the present moment! Happ are those whom the Lord now guides with his counsel, and will at lengt receive to his glory. To this happiness the gospel calls us. Behold no is the accepted time, now is the day of salvation. Let sinners seiz the opportunity, and flee for refuge to the hope set before them. Le us redeem our time, to glorify God and serve our generation; and he will carry us safely through all, to his eternal kingdom.


    Original Hebrew

    ויכתב 3789 משׁה 4872 את 853 מוצאיהם 4161 למסעיהם 4550 על 5921 פי 6310 יהוה 3068 ואלה 428 מסעיהם 4550 למוצאיהם׃ 4161


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