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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Exodus 12:17


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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - Exodus 12:17

    και 2532 φυλαξεσθε την 3588 εντολην 1785 ταυτην 3778 εν 1722 1520 γαρ 1063 τη 3588 ημερα 2250 ταυτη 3778 εξαξω την 3588 δυναμιν 1411 υμων 5216 εκ 1537 γης 1093 αιγυπτου 125 και 2532 ποιησετε 4160 5692 την 3588 ημεραν 2250 ταυτην 3778 εις 1519 γενεας 1074 υμων 5216 νομιμον αιωνιον 166

    Douay Rheims Bible

    And you shall observe the feast of the unleavened
    bread: for in this same day I will bring forth your army out of the land of Egypt, and you shall keep this day in your generations by a perpetual observance.

    King James Bible - Exodus 12:17

    And ye shall observe the feast of unleavened
    bread; for in this selfsame day have I brought your armies out of the land of Egypt: therefore shall ye observe this day in your generations by an ordinance for ever.

    World English Bible

    You shall observe the feast of unleavened
    bread; for in this same day have I brought your armies out of the land of Egypt: therefore you shall observe this day throughout your generations by an ordinance forever.

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    Exodus 12:17

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

    Anf-03 iv.iv.ix Pg 12
    See Ex. vii., viii.; and comp. 2 Tim. iii. 8.

    tried God’s patience until the Gospel.  For thenceforward Simon Magus, just turned believer, (since he was still thinking somewhat of his juggling sect; to wit, that among the miracles of his profession he might buy even the gift of the Holy Spirit through imposition of hands) was cursed by the apostles, and ejected from the faith.217

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    “Eructavit cor. meum Sermonem optimum” is Tertullian’s reading of Ps. xlv. 1, “My heart is inditing a good matter,” A.V., which the Vulgate, Ps. xliv. 1, renders by “Eructavit cor meum verbum bonum,” and the Septuagint by ᾽Εξηρεύξατο ἡ καρδία μου λόγον ἀγαθόν. This is a tolerably literal rendering of the original words, בוֹט רבָרָ יבִּלִ שׁהַרָ. In these words the Fathers used to descry an adumbration of the mystery of the Son’s eternal generation from the Father, and His coming forth in time to create the world.  See Bellarmine, On the Psalms (Paris ed. 1861), vol. i. 292. The Psalm is no doubt eminently Messianic, as both Jewish and Christian writers have ever held. See Perowne, The Psalms, vol. i. p. 216.  Bishop Bull reviews at length the theological opinions of Tertullian, and shows that he held the eternity of the Son of God, whom he calls “Sermo” or “Verbum Dei.” See Defensio Fidei Nicænæ (translation in the “Oxford Library of the Fathers,” by the translator of this work) vol. ii. 509–545. In the same volume, p. 482, the passage from the Psalm before us is similarly applied by Novatian: “Sic Dei Verbum processit, de quo dictum est, Eructavit cor meum Verbum bonum.” [See vol. ii. p. 98, this series: and Kaye, p. 515.]

    Let Marcion take hence his first lesson on the noble fruit of this truly most excellent tree. But, like a most clumsy clown, he has grafted a good branch on a bad stock. The sapling, however, of his blasphemy shall be never strong: it shall wither with its planter, and thus shall be manifested the nature of the good tree. Look at the total result: how fruitful was the Word! God issued His fiat, and it was done: God also saw that it was good;2744

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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 12

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    Ex 7:5; 13:8 Nu 20:16


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