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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - 1 Chronicles 12:25


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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - 1 Chronicles 12:25

    υιοι 5207 ιουδα 2448 2455 θυρεοφοροι και 2532 δορατοφοροι εξ 1537 1803 χιλιαδες 5505 και 2532 οκτακοσιοι δυνατοι 1415 παραταξεως

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    Of the sons of Simeon valiant
    men for war, seven thousand one hundred.

    King James Bible - 1 Chronicles 12:25

    Of the children of Simeon, mighty
    men of valour for the war, seven thousand and one hundred.

    World English Bible

    Of the children of Simeon, mighty
    men of valor for the war, seven thousand and one hundred.

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    1Chronicles 12:25

    Early Christian Commentary - (A.D. 100 - A.D. 325)

    Anf-01 viii.iv.lii Pg 2
    [Bible:Gen.49.11 Bible:Gen.49.18 Bible:Gen.49.24">Gen. xlix. 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 18, 24. These texts are frequently referred to by Justin.]

    that there would be two advents of Christ, and that in the first He would suffer, and that after He came there would be neither prophet nor king in your nation (I proceeded), and that the nations who believed in the suffering Christ would look for His future appearance. And for this reason the Holy Spirit had uttered these truths in a parable, and obscurely: for,” I added, “it is said, ‘Judah, thy brethren have praised thee: thy hands [shall be] on the neck of thine enemies; the sons of thy father shall worship thee. Judah is a lion’s whelp; from the germ, my son, thou art sprung up. Reclining, he lay down like a lion, and like [a lion’s] whelp: who shall raise him up? A ruler shall not depart from Judah, or a leader from his thighs, until that which is laid up in store for him shall come; and he shall be the desire of nations, binding his foal to the vine, and the foal of his ass to the tendril of the vine. He shall wash his garments in wine, and his vesture in the blood of the grape. His eyes shall be bright with2113

    2113 Or, “in comparison of.”

    wine, and his teeth white like milk.’2114

    2114


    Anf-03 iv.ix.x Pg 26
    Not strictly “the same;” for here the reference is to Gen. xlix. 5–7.

    When Jacob pronounced a blessing on Simeon and Levi, he prophesies of the scribes and Pharisees; for from them1333

    1333 i.e., Simeon and Levi.

    is derived their1334

    1334 i.e., the scribes and Pharisees.

    origin. For (his blessing) interprets spiritually thus: “Simeon and Levi perfected iniquity out of their sect,”1335

    1335


    Anf-03 iv.ix.x Pg 30
    See Gen. xlix. 5–7 in LXX.; and comp. the margin of Eng. ver. on ver. 7, and Wordsworth in loc., who incorrectly renders ταῦρον an “ox” here.

    —that is, Christ, whom—after the slaughter of prophets—they slew, and exhausted their savagery by transfixing His sinews with nails.  Else it is idle if, after the murder already committed by them, he upbraids others, and not them, with butchery.1337

    1337 What the sense of this is it is not easy to see. It appears to have puzzled Pam. and Rig. so effectually that they both, conjecturally and without authority, adopted the reading found in adv. Marc. l. iii. c. xviii. (from which book, as usual, the present passage is borrowed), only altering illis to ipsis.


    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 12

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    1Ch 4:39-43 Ge 49:5 Nu 2:12; 10:19; 13:5; 34:20 De 27:12 Jos 19:1


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