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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Numbers 34:19


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    King James Bible - Numbers 34:19

    And the names of the men are these: Of the tribe of Judah, Caleb the son of Jephunneh.

    World English Bible

    These are the names of the
    men: Of the tribe of Judah, Caleb the son of Jephunneh.

    Douay-Rheims - Numbers 34:19

    Whose names are these : Of the tribe of Juda, Caleb the son of Jephone.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And the names of the
    men are these: of the tribe of Judah, Caleb the son of Jephunneh.

    Original Hebrew

    ואלה
    428 שׁמות 8034 האנשׁים 582 למטה 4294 יהודה 3063 כלב 3612 בן 1121 יפנה׃ 3312

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    VERSE (19) -
    Nu 13:30; 14:6,24,30,38; 26:65

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 34:19

    Y éstos son los nombres de los varones: De la tribu de Judá, Caleb hijo de Jefone.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Numbers 34:19

    Verse 19. &c. And the names of the men-are these] It is worthy of remark that
    Moses does not follow any order hitherto used of placing the tribes, neither that in chap. 1., nor that in chap. 7., nor that in chap. 26., nor any other; but places them here exactly in that order in which they possessed the land. 1. Judah; 2. Simeon; 3. Benjamin; 4. Dan; 5. Manasseh; 6. Ephraim; 7. Zebulun; 8. Issachar; 9. Asher; 10. Naphtali. Judah is first, having the first lot; and he dwelt in the south part of the land, Josh. xv. 1, &c.; and next to him Simeon, because his inheritance was within the inheritance of the children of Judah, Josh. xix. 1. Benjamin was third; he had his inheritance by Judah, between the children of Judah and the children of Joseph, Josh. xviii. 11. Dan was the fourth; his lot fell westward of that of Benjamin, in the country of the Philistines, as may be seen in Josh. xix. 40, 41, &c. Fifth, Manasseh; and sixth, by him, his brother Ephraim, whose inheritances were behind that of Benjamin, Josh. xvi. 7.

    Next to these dwelt, seventh, Zebulun; and eighth, Issachar; concerning whose lots see Josh. xix. 10-17. Ninth, Asher; and tenth, Naphtali; see Josh. xix. 24, 32, &c. And as in encamping about the tabernacle they were arranged according to their fraternal relationship, (see chap. 2.,) so they were in the division and inheriting of the promised land. Judah and Simeon, both sons of Leah, dwelt abreast of each other. Benjamin, son of Rachel, and Dan, son of Rachel's maid, dwelt next abreast. Manasseh and Ephraim, both sons of Joseph, son of Rachel, had the next place abreast.

    Zebulun and Issachar, who dwelt next together, were both sons of Leah; and the last pair were Asher, of Leah's maid, and Naphtali, of Rachel's maid. Thus God, in nominating princes that should divide the land, signified beforehand the manner of their possession, and that they should be so situated as to dwell together as brethren in unity, for the mutual help and comfort of each other. See Ainsworth. In this arrangement there is much skill, judgment, and kindness every where displayed.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 19-28. And the names of the men are these , etc.] Which were not left to the tribes to choose, but were nominated by the Lord himself, who best knew their capacities and qualifications for this service: of the tribe of Judah, Caleb the son of Jephunneh : who was one of the two spies that brought a good report of the land, and Joshua is the other; and these were the only two of the spies living, and who are the first that were appointed to this service, of overseeing the division of the land; the rest were all of the new generation, that were sprung up, whose fathers fell in the wilderness, and we know no more of them than their names; and therefore from hence, to the end of ( Numbers 34:28), no further remarks are necessary, only that the tribes and the princes are reckoned in a different order than they were at any time before, either at the first numbering of them, ( Numbers 1:1) or at the offerings for the dedication of the altar, ( Numbers 7:1-89) or at the taking the sum of them, ( Numbers 26:1-65) even according to the order of their situation in the land of Canaan by their lots, and which Moses did not live to see; and which therefore shows the prescience and predisposing providence of God, and that Moses, as Bishop Patrick observes, was guided by a divine Spirit in all his writings.
    Ver. 19-28. And the names of the men are these , etc.] Which were not left to the tribes to choose, but were nominated by the Lord himself, who best knew their capacities and qualifications for this service: of the tribe of Judah, Caleb the son of Jephunneh : who was one of the two spies that brought a good report of the land, and Joshua is the other; and these were the only two of the spies living, and who are the first that were appointed to this service, of overseeing the division of the land; the rest were all of the new generation, that were sprung up, whose fathers fell in the wilderness, and we know no more of them than their names; and therefore from hence, to the end of ( Numbers 34:28), no further remarks are necessary, only that the tribes and the princes are reckoned in a different order than they were at any time before, either at the first numbering of them, ( Numbers 1:1) or at the offerings for the dedication of the altar, ( Numbers 7:1-89) or at the taking the sum of them, ( Numbers 26:1-65) even according to the order of their situation in the land of Canaan by their lots, and which Moses did not live to see; and which therefore shows the prescience and predisposing providence of God, and that Moses, as Bishop Patrick observes, was guided by a divine Spirit in all his writings.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 16-29 -
    God here appoints men to divide the land to them. So sure must the feel of victory and success while God fought for them, that the person are named who should be intrusted with the dividing of the land __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ואלה 428 שׁמות 8034 האנשׁים 582 למטה 4294 יהודה 3063 כלב 3612 בן 1121 יפנה׃ 3312


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