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经文:

民数记 1:1-1:1

注释:

  1;  God commands Moses to number the people.
  5;  The princes of the tribes.
 17;  The number of every tribe.
 47;  The Levites are exempted for the service of the Lord.

 * wilderness.
  10:11,12  Ex 19:1  Le 27:34 
 * tabernacle.
  Ex 25:22  Le 1:1 
 * on the first day.
   As the tabernacle was erected on the first day of the first
   month, in the second year of their departure from Egypt, (Ex
   40:17,) and this happened on the first day of the second
   month, in the same year, it is evident that the transactions
   related in the preceding book must all have taken place in
   the space of one month, and during the time the Israelites
   were encamped at mount Sinai.

  9:1  10:11  Ex 40:17  1Ki 6:1 

经文:

民数记 1:2-1:2

注释:

 * Take ye the sum.
   This numbering was probably intended to illustrate the Divine
   faithfulness in thus increasing the seed of Abraham; to
   prepare them to preserve due order in their march; and to
   distinguish the tribes and families.

  26:2-4,63,64  Ex 30:12  38:26  2Sa 24:1-3  1Ch 21:1,2  27:23,24 
 * the children.
  Ge 49:1-3  Ex 1:1-5 
 * after.
  18,22,26-54  Ex 6:14-19 

经文:

民数记 1:3-1:3

注释:

 * twenty.
  14:29  32:11  Ex 30:14 
 * able.
  26:2  De 3:18  24:5  2Sa 24:9  2Ch 17:13-18  26:11-13 
 * by their.
  33:1  Ex 12:17 

经文:

民数记 1:4-1:4

注释:

  16  2:3-31  7:10-83  10:14-27  13:2-15  17:3  25:4,14  34:18-28 
  Ex 18:25  Jos 22:14  1Ch 27:1-22 

经文:

民数记 1:5-1:5

注释:

 * Elizur.
  2:10  7:30  10:18  Ge 29:32-35  30:5-20  35:17-26  46:8-24  49:1-33 
  Ex 1:2-5  De 33:1-29  Re 7:4-8 

经文:

民数记 1:6-1:6

注释:

 * Shelumiel.
  2:12  7:36 

经文:

民数记 1:7-1:7

注释:

 * Nahshon.
  2:3  7:12  10:14  Ru 4:18  1Ch 2:10,11  Mt 1:2-5  Lu 3:32 
 * Naasson.

经文:

民数记 1:8-1:8

注释:

 * Nethaneel.
  2:5  7:18  10:15 

经文:

民数记 1:9-1:9

注释:

 * Eliab.
  2:7  7:24  10:16 

经文:

民数记 1:10-1:10

注释:

 * Elishama.
  2:18  7:48  10:22  1Ch 7:26,27 
 * Gamaliel.
  2:20  7:54  10:23 

经文:

民数记 1:11-1:11

注释:

 * Abidan.
  2:22  7:60  10:24 

经文:

民数记 1:12-1:12

注释:

 * Ahiezer.
  2:25  7:66  10:25 

经文:

民数记 1:13-1:13

注释:

 * Pagiel.
  2:27  7:72  10:26 

经文:

民数记 1:14-1:14

注释:

 * Eliasaph.
  7:42  10:20 
 * Son of Reuel.
  2:14 
 * Deuel.
   As the [d,] {daleth} is very like the [r,] {resh,}
   they might be easily mistaken for each other; and hence this
   person being called both D(8975)el and R(8975)el, may be easily
   accounted for.  The Septuagint and Syriac have Reuel, in this
   chapter; and in ch. 2:14, the Samaritan, Vulgate, and Arabic
   have Deuel, instead of Reuel, with which reading a vast number
   of MSS. concur, and which is also supported by ch. 7:42, 10:20.
   We may therefore safely conclude, the D(8975)el, and not R(8975)el,
   was the original reading.

经文:

民数记 1:15-1:15

注释:

 * Ahira.
  2:29  7:78  10:27 

经文:

民数记 1:16-1:16

注释:

 * the renowned.
   {Keruey h(8483)idah,} literally "the called of the congregation,"
   those who were summoned by name to attend.

  2:3-31  7:2,10-83  10:14-27  11:17  16:2  26:9  Jud 6:15 
  1Ch 27:16-22 
 * heads.
  4  Ex 18:21,25  De 1:15  1Sa 22:7  23:23  Mic 5:2 

经文:

民数记 1:17-1:17

注释:

  5-15  Joh 10:3  Re 7:4-17 

经文:

民数记 1:18-1:18

注释:

 * their pedigrees.
  Ezr 2:59  Ne 7:61  Heb 7:3,6  *margins 
 * by the.
  2 
 * according.
  20-54 
 * from twenty.
   In this census no women were reckoned, nor children, nor
   minors, nor strangers, nor Levites, nor old men; which,
   collectively, must have formed an immense multitude; the
   Levites alone amounted to 22,300; men.

经文:

民数记 1:19-1:19

注释:

  2  26:1,2  2Sa 24:1-10 

经文:

民数记 1:20-1:20

注释:

  2:10,11  26:5-7  Ge 29:32  46:9  49:3,4  1Ch 5:1 

经文:

民数记 1:21-1:21

注释:

   That a comparative view may be easily taken of the state of
   the tribes, we will here produce them, compared with that of
   the second census, (ch. 26,) in their decreasing proportion,
   beginning with the greatest and proceeding to the least.

                             1st Census         2nd Census

      1.  Judah,               74,600;             76,500
      2.  Dan,                 62,700;             64,400
      3.  Simeon,              59,300;             22,200
      4.  Zebulun,             57,400;             60,500
      5.  Issachar,            54,400;             64,300
      6.  Naphtali,            53,400;             45,400
      7.  Reuben,              46,500;             43,730
      8.  Gad,                 45,650;             40,500
      9.  Asher,               41,500;             53,400
     10.  Ephraim,             40,500;             32,500
     11.  Benjamin,            35,400;             45,600
     12.  Manasseh,            32,200;             52,700
                              _______            _______
           Totals:            603,550;            601,730
                              -------            -------

   Thus we find Judah the most populous tribe, and Manasseh the
   least so; the difference between them being as great as
   42,000.  Jacob had given Judah the pre-eminence in his
   prophetic blessing; and that tribe was to have the precedency
   in the encampments of Israel:  accordingly God had increased
   them more than any of their brethren.  Ephraim and Manasseh,
   according to the same prophecy, were numbered as distinct
   tribes, Ephraim having the superiority, as it was foretold;
   and Joseph indeed appears "a fruitful bough."

  2:10,11  26:7 

经文:

民数记 1:22-1:22

注释:

  2:12,13  26:12-14  Ge 29:33  34:25-30  42:24  46:10  49:5,6 

经文:

民数记 1:23-1:23

注释:

  2:13  25:8,9,14  26:14 

经文:

民数记 1:24-1:24

注释:

   The tribe of Gad marched, along with that of Simeon, under
   the standard of Reuben; and it seems, on that account, to
   have been introduced in this order.  The other tribes also,
   are here classed together according to their encampments, and
   the order of their subsequent march.

  2:14,15  26:15-18  Ge 30:10,11  46:16  49:19 

经文:

民数记 1:25-1:25

注释:

  2:15  26:18 

经文:

民数记 1:26-1:26

注释:

  2:3,4  26:19-22  Ge 29:35  46:12  49:8-12  2Sa 24:9  1Ch 5:2 
  2Ch 17:14-16 

经文:

民数记 1:27-1:27

注释:

  2:3,4  26:22  2Sa 24:9  2Ch 17:14-16 

经文:

民数记 1:28-1:28

注释:

  2:5,6  23:23-25  Ge 30:18  46:13  49:14,15 

经文:

民数记 1:29-1:29

注释:

  2:6  26:25 

经文:

民数记 1:30-1:30

注释:

  2:7,8  26:26,27  Ge 30:20  46:14  49:13 

经文:

民数记 1:31-1:31

注释:

  2:8  26:27 

经文:

民数记 1:32-1:32

注释:

  2:18,19  26:35-37  Ge 30:24  37:1-36  39:1-23  46:20  48:1-22 
  Ge 49:22-26  De 33:17 

经文:

民数记 1:33-1:33

注释:

 * the tribe.
  Ge 48:5  De 33:17 
 * were forty.
  2:19  26:37 

经文:

民数记 1:34-1:34

注释:

  34 

经文:

民数记 1:35-1:35

注释:

  2:21  26:34  Ge 48:19,20 

经文:

民数记 1:36-1:36

注释:

  Ge 35:16-18  44:20  46:21  49:27 

经文:

民数记 1:37-1:37

注释:

  2:23  26:41  Jud 20:44-46  2Ch 17:17 

经文:

民数记 1:38-1:38

注释:

  Ge 30:5,6  46:23  49:16,17 

经文:

民数记 1:39-1:39

注释:

  2:26  26:43 

经文:

民数记 1:40-1:40

注释:

  Ge 30:12,13  46:27  49:20 

经文:

民数记 1:41-1:41

注释:

  2:28  26:47 

经文:

民数记 1:42-1:42

注释:

 * Naphtali.
  Ge 30:7,8  46:24  49:21 
   Respecting the manner in which this vast multitude sprang
   from 75; person, Scheuchzer has some valuable calculations,
   with the results of which we present the reader:--

     1.  Judah.                       7.  Ruben.
     1;  Generation . .      25;        1;  Generation . .      31
     2;   . . . . . . .     238;        2;   . . . . . . .     215
     3;   . . . . . . .   3,865;        3;   . . . . . . .   2,583
     4;   . . . . . . .  70,735;        4;   . . . . . . .  43,917
                        ------                           ------
     Total of 3; and 4,  74,600;        Total of 3; and 4,  46,500

     2.  Dan.                         8.  Gad.
     1;  Generation . .      11;        1;  Generation . .      67
     2;   . . . . . . .     132;        2;   . . . . . . .     475
     3;   . . . . . . .   2,508;        3;   . . . . . . .   3,804
     4;   . . . . . . .  60,192;        4;   . . . . . . .  41,846
                        ------                           ------
     Total of 3; and 4,  62,700;        Total of 3; and 4,  45,650

     3.  Simeon.                      9.  Asher.
     1;  Generation . .      39;        1;  Generation . .      39
     2;   . . . . . . .     359;        2;   . . . . . . .     310
     3;   . . . . . . .   3,953;        3;   . . . . . . .   3,192
     4;   . . . . . . .  55,347;        4;   . . . . . . .  38,308
                        ------                           ------
     Total of 3; and 4,  59,300;        Total of 3; and 4,  41,500

     4.  Zebulun.                    10.  Ephraim.
     1;  Generation . .      20;        1;  Generation . .      16
     2;   . . . . . . .     143;        2;   . . . . . . .     160
     3;   . . . . . . .   2,296;        3;   . . . . . . .   1,928
     4;   . . . . . . .  55,104;        4;   . . . . . . .  38,572
                        ------                           ------
     Total of 3; and 4,  57,400;        Total of 3; and 4,  40,500

     5.  Issachar.                   11.  Benjamin.
     1;  Generation . .      27;        1;  Generation . .      98
     2;   . . . . . . .     251;        2;   . . . . . . .     885
     3;   . . . . . . .   3,022;        3;   . . . . . . .   4,425
     4;   . . . . . . .  51,378;        4;   . . . . . . .  30,975
                        ------                           ------
     Total of 3; and 4,  54,400;        Total of 3; and 4,  35,400

     6.  Naphtali.                   12.  Manasseh.
     1;  Generation . .      26;        1;  Generation . .      10
     2;   . . . . . . .     296;        2;   . . . . . . .     134
     3;   . . . . . . .   3,560;        3;   . . . . . . .   1,610
     4;   . . . . . . .  49,840;        4;   . . . . . . .  30,590
                        ------                           ------
     Total of 3; and 4,  53,400;        Total of 3; and 4,  32,200

                     13.  Levi.
                      1;  Generation . .       8
                      2;   . . . . . . .      96
                      3;   . . . . . . .   1,240
                      4;   . . . . . . .  21,060
                                         ------
                      Total of 3; and 4,  22,300

经文:

民数记 1:43-1:43

注释:

  2:30  26:50 

经文:

民数记 1:44-1:44

注释:

  2-16  26:64 

经文:

民数记 1:45-1:45

注释:

  45 

经文:

民数记 1:46-1:46

注释:

   What an astonishing increase from seventy persons who went
   down into Egypt about 215; years before, where they had
   latterly endured the greatest hardships!  Such was the effect
   of God's promise, which cannot fail.

  2:32  23:10  26:51  Ge 12:2  13:16  15:5  17:6  22:17  26:3  28:14 
  Ge 46:3,4  Ex 12:37  38:26  De 10:22  1Ki 4:20  2Sa 24:9  1Ch 21:5 
  2Ch 13:3  17:14-19  Heb 11:11,12  Re 7:4-9 

经文:

民数记 1:47-1:47

注释:

  3,50  2:33  3:1-51  4:1-49  8:1-26  26:57-62  1Ch 6:1-81  21:6 

经文:

民数记 1:48-1:48

注释:

  48 

经文:

民数记 1:49-1:49

注释:

  2:33  26:62 

经文:

民数记 1:50-1:50

注释:

 * thou shalt.
  3:1-10  4:15,25-33  Ex 31:18  32:26-29  38:21  1Ch 23:1-32 
  1Ch 25:1-26:32  Ezr 8:25-30,33,34  Ne 12:8,22,47  13:5,10-13,22 
 * the tabernacle.
  53  20:11  Ex 31:18  38:21  Ps 122:4 
 * shall encamp.
  2:17  3:23-38  10:21 

经文:

民数记 1:51-1:51

注释:

 * the Levites.
  4:5-33  10:11,17-21 
 * the stranger.
  3:10,38  16:40  18:22  Le 22:10-13  1Sa 6:19  2Sa 6:7 

经文:

民数记 1:52-1:52

注释:

  2:2,34  10:1-36  24:2 

经文:

民数记 1:53-1:53

注释:

 * shall pitch.
  50  3:7  18:3  1Ti 4:13-16  2Ti 4:2 
 * there be
  8:19  16:46  18:5  Le 10:6  1Sa 6:19  Jer 5:31  23:15  Ac 20:28-31 
 * and the.
  3:7,8  8:24-26  18:3-5  31:30,47  1Ch 23:32  2Ch 13:10 

经文:

民数记 1:54-1:54

注释:

  2:34  Ex 23:21,22  39:32,43  40:16,32  De 12:32  1Sa 15:22 
  Mt 28:20 

经文:

民数记 2:1-2:1

注释:

  1;  The order of the tribes in their tents.

  1 

经文:

民数记 2:2-2:2

注释:

 * Every man.
   The Israelites, it appears, encamped in four grand divisions,
   with the tabernacle in the centre; though at some distance
   from it.  The form of the camp was quadrangular, containing,
   according to Scheuchzer, a little more than twelve square
   miles.  Under each of the four divisions, three tribes were
   placed, under one general standard.  Between these four great
   camps and the tabernacle, were pitched four smaller camps of
   the priests and Levites, who were in immediate attendance
   upon it; the camp of Moses, and of Aaron and his sons, being
   on the east side of the tabernacle, where the entrance was.
   Judah was placed on the east, and under him he had Issachar
   and Zebulun; on the south was Reuben, and under him Simeon
   and Gad; on the west was Ephraim, and under him Manasseh and
   Benjamin; and Dan was on the north, and under him Asher and
   Naphtali.  Every tribe had its particular standard, probably
   with the name of the tribe embroidered with large letters.
   It seems highly improbable that the figures of animals should
   have been painted on them, as the Jewish writers assert; for
   even in after ages, when Vitellius wished to march through
   Judea, their great men besought him to march another way, as
   the law of the land did not permit images (such as were on
   the Roman standard) to be brought into it.  Josephus Ant. 1.
   xviii. c. 7.

 * shall pitch.
  3,10  1:52  10:14,18,22,25 
 * the ensign.
  Isa 11:10-12  18:3  Zec 9:16 
 * far off.  Heb. over against.
  Jos 3:4 
 * about the.
  1:50,53  Ps 76:11  Isa 12:6  Eze 43:7  1Co 14:33,40  Php 1:27 
  Col 2:19  Re 4:2-5 

经文:

民数记 2:3-2:3

注释:

 * the standard.
  Ge 49:8-10  Jud 1:1,2  1Ch 5:2 
 * Nahshon.
  1:7  7:12,17  10:14-16  26:19-22  Ru 4:20  1Ch 2:10  Mt 1:4 
  Lu 3:32,33 
 * Naasson.

经文:

民数记 2:4-2:4

注释:

  1:27  26:22 

经文:

民数记 2:5-2:5

注释:

  1:8,28,29  7:18,23  10:15  26:23-25 

经文:

民数记 2:6-2:6

注释:

  1:29  26:25 

经文:

民数记 2:7-2:7

注释:

  1:9,30,31  7:24,29  10:16 

经文:

民数记 2:8-2:8

注释:

  1:31  26:26,27 

经文:

民数记 2:9-2:9

注释:

 * These shall.
  10:14 

经文:

民数记 2:10-2:10

注释:

 * camp of Reuben.
  Ge 49:3,4  1Ch 5:1 
 * Elizur.
  1:5  7:30,35  10:18 

经文:

民数记 2:11-2:11

注释:

  1:21  26:7 

经文:

民数记 2:12-2:12

注释:

 * Shelumiel.
  1:6  7:36,41  10:19 

经文:

民数记 2:13-2:13

注释:

  1:23  26:14 

经文:

民数记 2:14-2:14

注释:

 * Eliasaph.
  1:14  7:42,47  10:20 
 * Son of Deuel.

经文:

民数记 2:15-2:15

注释:

  1:25  26:18 

经文:

民数记 2:16-2:16

注释:

 * an hundred.
  9,24,31 
 * they shall.
  10:18 

经文:

民数记 2:17-2:17

注释:

 * tabernacle.
  1  1:50-53  3:38  10:17,21  1Co 14:40  Col 2:5 

经文:

民数记 2:18-2:18

注释:

 * camp of Ephraim.
  1:32  10:22  Ge 48:5,14-20  De 33:17  Ps 80:1,2 
 * Elishama.
  1:10  7:48,53  10:22  1Ch 7:26,27 

经文:

民数记 2:19-2:19

注释:

  1:33  26:37 

经文:

民数记 2:20-2:20

注释:

 * Gamaliel.
  1:10  7:54,59  10:23 

经文:

民数记 2:21-2:21

注释:

  1:35  26:34 

经文:

民数记 2:22-2:22

注释:

 * Abidan.
  1:11  7:60,65  10:24 

经文:

民数记 2:23-2:23

注释:

  1:37  26:41 

经文:

民数记 2:24-2:24

注释:

 * an hundred.
  9,16,31 
 * And.
  10:22 

经文:

民数记 2:25-2:25

注释:

 * Ahiezer.
  1:12  7:66,71  10:25 

经文:

民数记 2:26-2:26

注释:

  1:39  26:43 

经文:

民数记 2:27-2:27

注释:

 * Pagiel.
  1:13  7:72,77 

经文:

民数记 2:28-2:28

注释:

 * forty.
  1:41  26:47 
   Reyher, who is followed by Scheuchzer, assigns the following
   space to the soldiers of each of the tribes, whilst remaining
   close to each other in their ranks, allowing one square cubit
   to each; but if we take in the arrangement, not only the
   soldiers, but the tents, the families, etc., a much larger
   extent of ground is requisite:

        Tribe of Judah.                 Tribe of Manasseh.
     Breadth 298; 3/5; cubits          Breadth 161; cubits
     Length  250;                     Length  200
           ------                          ------
     Total 74,600;                    Total 32,200

        Tribe of Issachar.              Tribe of Simeon.
     Breadth 217; 3/5; cubits          Breadth 182; 6/13; cubits
     Length  250;                     Length  325
           ------                          ------
     Total 54,400;                    Total 59,300

        Tribe of Gad.                   Tribe of Benjamin.
     Breadth 140; 5/11; cubits         Breadth 177;      cubits
     Length  325;                     Length  200
           ------                          ------
     Total 45,650;                    Total 35,400

        Tribe of Zebulun.               Tribe of Dan.
     Breadth 229; 3/4; cubits          Breadth 156; 3/4; cubits
     Length  250;                     Length  400
           ------                          ------
     Total 57,400;                    Total 62,700

        Tribe of Ephraim.               Tribe of Asher.
     Breadth 202; 1/2; cubits          Breadth 103; 3/4; cubits
     Length  200;                     Length  400
           ------                          ------
     Total 40,500;                    Total 41,500

        Tribe of Reuben.                Tribe of Naphtali.
     Breadth 143; 1/5; cubits          Breadth 133; 1/2; cubits
     Length  325;                     Length  400
           ------                          ------
     Total 46,500;                    Total 53,400

经文:

民数记 2:29-2:29

注释:

 * the tribe.
  1:42,43  26:48-50 
 * Ahira.
  1:15  7:78,83  10:27 

经文:

民数记 2:30-2:30

注释:

  1:42,43  26:50 

经文:

民数记 2:31-2:31

注释:

 * an hundred.
  9,16,24 
 * They.
  10:25 

经文:

民数记 2:32-2:32

注释:

  9  1:46  11:21  26:51  Ex 12:37  38:26 

经文:

民数记 2:33-2:33

注释:

  1:47-49 

经文:

民数记 2:34-2:34

注释:

 * according.
  1:54  Ex 39:42  Ps 119:6  Lu 1:6 
 * so they.
  2  10:28  23:9,10,21  24:2,5,6 

经文:

民数记 3:1-3:1

注释:

  1;  The sons of Aaron.
  5;  The Levites are given to the priests instead of the
     first-born;
 14;  are numbered by their families.
 21;  The families, number, and charge of the Gershonites;
 27;  of the Kohathites;
 33;  of the Merarites.
 38;  The place and charge of Moses and Aaron.
 40;  The first-born are freed by the Levites.
 44;  The overplus are redeemed.

 * generations.
  Ge 2:4  5:1  10:1  Ex 6:16,20  Mt 1:1 
 * spake.
  1:1  Le 25:1  27:34 

经文:

民数记 3:2-3:2

注释:

  26:60  Ex 6:23  28:1  1Ch 6:3  24:1 

经文:

民数记 3:3-3:3

注释:

 * the priests.
  Ex 28:41  40:13,15  Le 8:2,12,30 
 * whom he consecrated.  Heb. whose hand he filled.
  Ex 29:1-37  Le 8:1-9:24  Heb 7:28 

经文:

民数记 3:4-3:4

注释:

 * Nadab.
  26:61  Le 10:1,2 

经文:

民数记 3:5-3:5

注释:

  5 

经文:

民数记 3:6-3:6

注释:

   The word {hakraiv,} here rendered bring near, is properly a
   sacrificial word, and signifies the presenting of a sacrifice
   or offering to the Lord.  As an offering, the tribe of Levi
   was entirely given up to the service of the sanctuary, to be
   no longer their own, but the Lord's.

  1:49-53  2:17,33  8:6-15,22-26  16:9-11  18:2-6  Ex 32:26-29 
  De 33:8,9  Mal 2:4 

经文:

民数记 3:7-3:7

注释:

 * keep.
  32  8:26  31:30  1Ch 23:28-32  26:20,22,26 
 * to do the.
  1:50  8:11,15,24-26 

经文:

民数记 3:8-3:8

注释:

  4:15,28,33  10:17,21  1Ch 26:20-28  Ezr 8:24-30  Isa 52:11 

经文:

民数记 3:9-3:9

注释:

  8:19  18:6,7  Eph 4:8,11 

经文:

民数记 3:10-3:10

注释:

 * they shall.
  18:7  1Ch 6:32  Eze 44:8  Ac 6:3,4  Ro 12:7  1Ti 4:15,16 
 * and the stranger.
  38  1:51  16:35,40  18:3  1Sa 6:19  2Sa 6:7  2Ch 26:16-21  Eph 2:19 
  Heb 8:4  10:19-22 

经文:

民数记 3:11-3:11

注释:

  11 

经文:

民数记 3:12-3:12

注释:

   When God miraculously destroyed all the first-born of the
   Egyptians, (Ex 12:29,) he spared those of the Israelites;
   and, in commemoration of that event, he was pleased to
   appoint that all the first-born males "should be set apart
   unto himself."  (Ex 13:12-16.)  God is here pleased to
   relinquish this claim, and to appoint the whole tribe of Levi
   to attend his immediate service in their stead.

  41,45  8:16,18  18:6 

经文:

民数记 3:13-3:13

注释:

 * Because.
  8:16,17  18:15  Ex 13:2,12  22:29  34:19  Le 27:26  Eze 44:30 
  Lu 2:23  Heb 12:23 
 * on the day.
  Ex 12:29,30  13:15 

经文:

民数记 3:14-3:14

注释:

  14 

经文:

民数记 3:15-3:15

注释:

  22,28,34,39,40,43  18:15,16  26:62  Pr 8:17  Jer 2:2  31:3 
  Mr 10:14  2Ti 3:15 

经文:

民数记 3:16-3:16

注释:

 * word.  Heb. mouth.
  39,51  4:27,37,41,45,49  Ge 45:21  De 21:5 

经文:

民数记 3:17-3:17

注释:

  26:57,58  Ge 46:11  Ex 6:16-19  Jos 21:1-45  1Ch 6:1,2,16-19 
 * Gershom.
  15:5-23  23:6-23  24:1-26:65  Ne 11:1-12:47 

经文:

民数记 3:18-3:18

注释:

  21  Ex 6:17-19  1Ch 6:17,20,21  23:7-11  25:4  26:1-32  Ne 12:1-26 

经文:

民数记 3:19-3:19

注释:

  27  Ex 6:18,20  1Ch 6:18,38  15:5,8-10,17-21  23:12,13,18-20 
  1Ch 25:4  26:1-32  Ne 12:1-26 

经文:

民数记 3:20-3:20

注释:

  33  Ex 6:19  1Ch 6:19,29,44-47  15:6  23:21-23  24:27-30  25:3 

经文:

民数记 3:21-3:21

注释:

  18 

经文:

民数记 3:22-3:22

注释:

 * from a month old.
   The males of all the other tribes were numbered from twenty
   years old and upwards; but, had the Levites been numbered in
   this way, they would not have been nearly equal in number to
   the first-born of the twelve tribes.  Add to this, that as
   there must have been first-born of all ages in the other
   tribes, it was necessary that the Levites, who were to be
   their substitutes, should also be of all ages; and it appears
   to have been partly on this ground, that the Levites were
   numbered from a month old and upwards.

  4:38-40 

经文:

民数记 3:23-3:23

注释:

  1:53  2:17 

经文:

民数记 3:24-3:24

注释:

  24 

经文:

民数记 3:25-3:25

注释:

 * the charge.
   From this and the next chapter, we see the very severe labour
   which the Levites were to perform, while the journeyings of
   the Israelites lasted.  When we consider, that there was not
   less than 14; tons 266; lbs. of metal employed in the
   tabernacle, (see note on Ex 38:24,) besides the immense
   weight of the skins, hangings, cords, boards, and posts, we
   shall find it was no easy matter to transport this moveable
   temple from place to place.  The Gershonites, who were 7,500
   in number had to carry the tent, coverings, vail, hangings of
   the court, cords, etc. (ver. 25, 26); the Kohathites, who
   were 8,600, the ark, table, candlestick, altars, and
   instruments of the sanctuary (ver. 31); and the Merarites,
   who were 6,200, the boards, bars, sockets, and all matters
   connected with these belonging to the tabernacle, with the
   pillars of the court, their sockets, pins, and cords (ver.
   36, 37).

  7  4:24-28  7:7  10:17  1Ch 9:14-33  23:32  26:21,22 
  2Ch 31:2,11-18  Ezr 8:28-30  Mr 13:34  Ro 12:6-8  Col 4:17 
  1Ti 1:18 
 * the tabernacle and.
  Ex 25:9  26:1-14  36:8-19  40:19 
 * and the hanging.
  Ex 26:36,37  36:37,38  40:28 

经文:

民数记 3:26-3:26

注释:

 * the hangings.
  Ex 27:9-16  38:9-16 
 * the cords.
  Ex 35:18 

经文:

民数记 3:27-3:27

注释:

  19  1Ch 23:12  26:23 

经文:

民数记 3:28-3:28

注释:

 * eight thousand.
  4:35,36 
 * keeping.
  7,31 

经文:

民数记 3:29-3:29

注释:

  23  1:53  2:10 

经文:

民数记 3:30-3:30

注释:

  30 

经文:

民数记 3:31-3:31

注释:

 * the ark.
  4:4-16  Ex 25:10-40  31:1-35:29  37:1-24  39:33-42  40:2-16,30 
 * the altars.
  Ex 27:1-8  30:1-10  37:25-29  38:1-7 
 * and the hanging.
  Ex 26:31-33  36:35,36 

经文:

民数记 3:32-3:32

注释:

  4:16,27  20:25-28  2Ki 25:18  1Ch 9:14-20  26:20-24 

经文:

民数记 3:33-3:33

注释:

  20  1Ch 6:19  23:21 

经文:

民数记 3:34-3:34

注释:

  1:21  2:9  2:11 

经文:

民数记 3:35-3:35

注释:

 * shall.
  28,29  1:53 
 * northward.
  2:25 

经文:

民数记 3:36-3:36

注释:

 * under the custody and charge.  Heb. the office of the charge.
   the boards.
  4:29-33  7:8  Ex 26:15-29,32,37  27:9-19  35:11,18  36:20-34,36 
  Ex 38:17-20  39:33 

经文:

民数记 3:37-3:37

注释:

  37 

经文:

民数记 3:38-3:38

注释:

 * toward.
  23,29,35  1:53  2:3 
 * keeping.
  10  18:1-5  1Ch 6:48,49 
 * for the charge.
  7,8,10 

经文:

民数记 3:39-3:39

注释:

 * and Aaron.
   The word [w'hrn,] {we(8468)aron,} and "Aaron," has a point
   over each of its letters, probably designed as a mark of
   spuriousness.  The word is wanting in the Samaritan, Syriac,
   and Coptic, and also in eight of Dr. Kennicott's and in four
   of De Rossi's MSS.  Moses alone, as Houbigant observes, was
   commanded to number the Levites, (ver. 5, 11, 40, 44, 51:)
   for as the money with which the first-born were redeemed was
   to be paid to Aaron and his sons, (ver. 48,) it was decent
   that he, whose advantage it was that the number of the
   first-born should exceed, should not be authorized to take
   that number himself.

   twenty and two thousand.
   This total does not agree with the particulars; for the
   Gershonites were 7,500, the Kohathites 8,600, and the
   Merarites 6,200, which make a total of 22,300.  Several
   methods of solving this difficulty have been proposed by
   learned men.  Houbigant supposes there is an error in the
   enumeration of the Kohathites in ver. 28; the numeral {shesh,}
   "six," being written instead of {shalosh,} "three," before
   "hundred."  Dr. Kennicott's mode of reconciling the
   discrepancy, however, is the most simple.  He supposes that an
   error has crept into the number of the Gershonites in ver. 22,
   where instead of 7,500; we should read 7,200, as [k,]
   {caph} final, which stands for 500, might have been easily
   mistaken for [r,] resh, 200.  (Dr. Kennicott on the Hebrew
   Text, vol. II. p. 212.)  Either of these modes will equally
   reconcile the difference.

  4:47,48  26:62  Mt 7:14 

经文:

民数记 3:40-3:40

注释:

  12,15,45  Ex 32:26-29  Ps 87:6  Isa 4:3  Lu 10:20  Php 4:3 
  2Ti 2:19  Heb 12:23  Re 3:5  14:4 

经文:

民数记 3:41-3:41

注释:

  12,45  8:16  18:15  Ex 24:5,6  32:26-29  Mt 20:28  1Ti 2:6 

经文:

民数记 3:42-3:42

注释:

  42 

经文:

民数记 3:43-3:43

注释:

  39 

经文:

民数记 3:44-3:44

注释:

  44 

经文:

民数记 3:45-3:45

注释:

  12,40,41 

经文:

民数记 3:46-3:46

注释:

 * redeemed.
  18:15  Ex 13:13 
 * the two hundred.
   As the number of the Levites was 22,000, and the first-born
   males of the Israelites were 22,273, there were therefore 372
   more of the latter than of the former, which are here ordered
   to be redeemed.  The price of redemption is fixed at five
   shekels, or about 15s. each, in ver 47.  This money,
   amounting to 1,365; shekels, equal to (9c32)04. 15s. English, was
   taken of the first-born.  There is some difficulty, however,
   in determining which of the first-born should be redeemed by
   paying this sum, and which should be exchanged for the
   Levites; for every Israelite, no doubt, would rather have his
   first-born redeemed by a Levite, than pay five shekels; and
   yet some of them must have incurred this expense.  Rabbi
   Solomon Jarchi says, to prevent contention, Moses took 22,000
   slips of parchment, and wrote on each a son of Levi, and 273
   more, on which he wrote five shekels; then putting them in an
   urn, and shaking them together, he ordered every one of the
   first-born to draw out a slip. If he drew out one with the
   first inscription, he said to him, a Levite hath redeemed
   thee:  but if he drew out one of the latter, he said, pay the
   price.  This is pronounced by Dr. A. Clarke to be a stupid,
   silly tale; but when we know that the determination by lot
   was used among the Israelites, it does not seem improbable
   that it was now resorted to, though we cannot vouch for the
   accuracy of the detail.  This species of redeeming men is
   referred to by St. Peter in his 1st Epistle, ch. 1:18, 19.

 * which are.
  39-43 

经文:

民数记 3:47-3:47

注释:

 * five shekels.
  18:16  Le 27:6 
 * the shekel.
  50  Ex 30:13  Le 27:25  Eze 45:12 

经文:

民数记 3:48-3:48

注释:

  48 

经文:

民数记 3:49-3:49

注释:

  49 

经文:

民数记 3:50-3:50

注释:

  46,47  Mt 20:28  1Ti 2:5,6  Tit 2:14  Heb 9:12  1Pe 1:18  3:18 

经文:

民数记 3:51-3:51

注释:

 * Moses.
  48  16:15  1Sa 12:3,4  Ac 20:33  1Co 9:12  1Pe 5:2 
 * as the Lord.
  Mal 4:4 

经文:

民数记 4:1-4:1

注释:

  1;  The age at which the Levites were to begin to serve, and
     the duration of the service.
  4;  The duty of the Kohathites.
 16;  The charge of Eleazar.
 17;  The office of the priests.
 21;  The duty of the Gershonites;
 29;  of the Merarites.
 34;  The number of the Kohathites;
 38;  of the Gershonites
 42;  and of the Merarites.

  1 

经文:

民数记 4:2-4:2

注释:

  3:19,27 

经文:

民数记 4:3-4:3

注释:

 * thirty years.
  8:24-26  Ge 41:46  1Ch 23:3,24-27  28:12,13  Lu 3:23  1Ti 3:6 
 * enter.
  2Ki 11:4-12  2Ch 23:1-11  2Co 10:3,4  Eph 6:10-18  1Ti 1:18 
 * to do.
  3:7,8  16:9  1Ch 6:48  23:4,5,28-32  1Ti 3:1 

经文:

民数记 4:4-4:4

注释:

  15,19,24,30  3:30,31  Mr 13:34 

经文:

民数记 4:5-4:5

注释:

 * And when.
  2:16,17  10:14 
 * Aaron shall come.
   The law prohibiting any person, except the high priest on one
   day in the year, to enter into the most holy place, must have
   admitted an exception while the Israelites were in the
   wilderness:  that exception, therefore, is here expressly
   made; and the directions given respecting it must be
   religiously observed, or the service could not be safely
   performed.  While the cloud rested on the tabernacle, the
   general rule was in force; but when it was removed, then the
   priests might enter to prepare the sacred vessels for
   removal.

  15  3:27-32 
 * they shall.
  Ex 26:31-33  36:35  40:3  Isa 25:7  Mt 27:51  Heb 9:3  10:20 
 * and cover.
  Ex 25:10-22  37:1-9  2Sa 6:2-9 

经文:

民数记 4:6-4:6

注释:

 * badgers' skins.
   This was not the covering of badgers' skins made for the
   tabernacle, which was carried by the Gershonites, (ver. 24,
   25,) but one made for the purpose of concealing and
   sheltering the ark when it was to be carried.

 * a cloth.
  7,8,11-13  Ex 35:19  39:1,41 
 * and shall put.
   {Wesamoo baddaiv,} rather, "and adjust the staves thereof;"
   i.e., dispose them rightly under the covering, that they
   might be laid on their shoulders:  for the staves were never
   taken out of the rings.

 * the staves.
  Ex 25:13-15  1Ki 8:7,8 

经文:

民数记 4:7-4:7

注释:

 * the table.
  Ex 25:23-30  37:10-16  Le 24:5-8 
 * cover withal.  or, pour out withal.  the continual.
   The Israelites, without doubt, were able to procure corn
   enough from the adjacent countries, even when in the
   wilderness, to make the shewbread, and to present the daily
   meat offerings.

经文:

民数记 4:8-4:8

注释:

  6,7,9,11-13 

经文:

民数记 4:9-4:9

注释:

  Ex 25:31-39  37:17-24  Ps 119:105  Re 1:20  2:1 

经文:

民数记 4:10-4:10

注释:

  6,12 

经文:

民数记 4:11-4:11

注释:

  Ex 30:1-19  37:25-28  39:38  40:5,26,27 

经文:

民数记 4:12-4:12

注释:

  7,9  3:8  Ex 25:9  31:10  2Ki 25:14,15  1Ch 9:29  2Ch 4:11,16,19,22 

经文:

民数记 4:13-4:13

注释:

   The embers of the sacred fire seem to have been removed in
   the grate, which was carried apart from the brazen altar;
   both being covered from view by purple cloths.

  6-9,11,12  Ex 27:3-5  39:1,41  Le 6:12,13 

经文:

民数记 4:14-4:14

注释:

 * all the vessels thereof.
  Ex 38:1-7  2Ch 4:19 
 * basons.  or, bowls.

经文:

民数记 4:15-4:15

注释:

 * after that.
  7:9  10:21  De 31:9  Jos 4:10  2Sa 6:13  1Ch 15:2,15 
 * they shall.
  3:38  Ex 19:12  1Sa 6:19  2Sa 6:6,7  1Ch 13:9,10  Heb 12:18-29 
 * These things.
  3:30,31 

经文:

民数记 4:16-4:16

注释:

 * the office.
   Eleazar himself, perhaps with the other priests, was required
   to carry the oil for the light, the incense, and the flour
   for the daily meat offering, and the holy ointment; besides
   superintending the Levites.  It may be supposed, that he
   himself carried no more of the oil than for present use.
   (see ver. 9.)

  3:32 
 * the oil.
  Ex 25:6  27:20,21  Le 24:2 
 * the sweet.
  Ex 30:34-38  37:29 
 * the daily.
  Ex 29:39-41 
 * the anointing.
  Ex 30:23-33 
 * the oversight.
  Lu 4:18  Ac 20:28  1Co 4:1  1Ti 2:5  Heb 3:1,6  1Pe 2:25  5:2 

经文:

民数记 4:17-4:17

注释:

  17 

经文:

民数记 4:18-4:18

注释:

   Eleazar and the priests would be chargeable with the death of
   the Kohathites, if they failed to give them proper cautions
   and directions; or permitted them to gaze with irreverence or
   curiosity upon the holy things, which they might carry, but
   not see.  (ver. 20.)

  16:32  17:10  18:5  Ex 19:21  Le 10:1,2  1Sa 6:19  2Sa 6:6,7 
  Jer 38:23 

经文:

民数记 4:19-4:19

注释:

 * the most holy.
  4 

经文:

民数记 4:20-4:20

注释:

 * they shall.
  15,19  Ex 19:21  Le 10:2  1Sa 6:19  Heb 10:19,20  Re 11:19 
 * the holy things.
   {Hakkodesh,} "the holy," or "sanctuary," i.e., the ark, as
   the Jews generally understand it; and with good reason, as
   any one may be convinced, who compares 1; Ki 8:8; with 2; Ch
   5:9, where that which is called the holy in the former, is
   called the ark in the latter.

经文:

民数记 4:21-4:21

注释:

  21 

经文:

民数记 4:22-4:22

注释:

  3:18,21,24 

经文:

民数记 4:23-4:23

注释:

 * thirty years.
  3 
 * to perform the service.  Heb. to war the warfare.
  3  Isa 63:1-4  Ro 7:14-24  1Co 9:7  2Co 6:7  10:3-5  Eph 6:10-19 
  Ga 5:17,24  1Ti 1:18  2Ti 2:3,4  4:7 

经文:

民数记 4:24-4:24

注释:

 * burdens.  or, carriage.
  15,19,27,31,32,47,49 

经文:

民数记 4:25-4:25

注释:

 * the curtains.
  3:25,26  7:5-7 
 * the covering.
  Ex 26:14 

经文:

民数记 4:26-4:26

注释:

 * the hangings.
  Ex 27:9 
 * and their cords.
  Ex 35:18 

经文:

民数记 4:27-4:27

注释:

 * appointment.  Heb. mouth.
   The Levites were under the command of the priests.  Eleazar
   exercised this authority in general, as next in succession to
   Aaron:  and he in particular was placed over the Kohathites;
   while Ithamar, his younger brother, commanded the Gershonites
   and Merarites.  (ver. 33.)

  Lu 1:70  1Co 11:2 

经文:

民数记 4:28-4:28

注释:

  33  1Co 12:5,6 

经文:

民数记 4:29-4:29

注释:

  3:33-35 

经文:

民数记 4:30-4:30

注释:

 * service.  Heb. warfare.
  3,23  Ps 110:1-7  1Ti 6:11,12  2Ti 2:4  4:7,8 

经文:

民数记 4:31-4:31

注释:

 * the charge.
  3:36,37  7:8,9 
 * the boards.
  Ex 26:15 

经文:

民数记 4:32-4:32

注释:

 * and by name.
   An inventory was taken of every particular, even to the very
   pins belonging to each part, that nothing might be wanting
   when the tabernacle was set up.

 * the instruments.
  3:8  7:1  Ex 25:9  38:17,21  1Ch 9:29 

经文:

民数记 4:33-4:33

注释:

 * under the hand.
  28  Jos 3:6  Isa 3:6 

经文:

民数记 4:34-4:34

注释:

  2 

经文:

民数记 4:35-4:35

注释:

  3,23,30,39,43,47  8:24-26  1Ch 23:3,24,26,27  28:13 
  Lu 3:23  1Ti 3:6 

经文:

民数记 4:36-4:36

注释:

   In the third chapter we have an account of the whole number
   of the Levites; and here of those only who were able to serve
   the Lord in the sanctuary.  By comparing the two places, we
   find the number of the effective and ineffective males to
   stand thus:--

                           Kohathites.
                Effective men . . . . . . . 2,750
                Ineffective . . . . . . . . 5,850
                                            -----
                                Total       8,600

                           Gershonites.
                Effective men . . . . . . . 2,630
                Ineffective . . . . . . . . 4,870
                                            -----
                                Total       7,500

                           Merarites.
                Effective men . . . . . . . 3,200
                Ineffective . . . . . . . . 3,000
                                            -----
                                Total       6,200

   Thus we find that the whole number of the Levites amounted to
   22,300; of whom 8,580; were fit for service and 13,720; unfit,
   being either too old or too young.  What an astonishing
   number of men, all performing some service by which God was
   glorified, and the congregation at large benefited!

  36 

经文:

民数记 4:37-4:37

注释:

  37 

经文:

民数记 4:38-4:38

注释:

  38 

经文:

民数记 4:39-4:39

注释:

  39 

经文:

民数记 4:40-4:40

注释:

  3:32 

经文:

民数记 4:41-4:41

注释:

  22 

经文:

民数记 4:42-4:42

注释:

  42 

经文:

民数记 4:43-4:43

注释:

  43 

经文:

民数记 4:44-4:44

注释:

   The family of Merari, though smaller than either of the other
   families of Levi, yet had a greater number of able men than
   any of them; for out of 6,200; males of a month old and
   upwards, we find 3,200; who were neither too young nor too old
   for the service of the sanctuary; which was more than
   one-half of their whole number.  In this the wisdom and
   providence of God appear most conspicuously; for the
   Merarites were charged with the heaviest part of the
   sanctuary, as the boards, bars, sockets, etc; and though
   waggons were afterwards provided for them, yet the loading
   and unloading of the sockets, and other things of great
   weight, would require much strength, both bodily and
   numerical.  (Compare ver. 36, 40, with ch. 3:22, 28, 24.)
   Thus God ever manifests his wisdom, in fitting men for the
   work to which they are appointed, whether with respect to
   number or gifts:  "For to one is given, by the Spirit, the
   word of wisdom; to another the word of knowledge, by the same
   Spirit; to another faith, by the same Spirit; to another the
   gifts of healing, by the same Spirit; to another the working
   of miracles; to another prophecy; to another discerning of
   spirits; to another divers kinds of tongues; to another the
   interpretation of tongues:  but all these worketh that one
   and the self-same Spirit, dividing to every man severally as
   he will."

  3:34  De 33:25  1Co 10:13  12:8-12  2Co 12:9,10 

经文:

民数记 4:45-4:45

注释:

  29 

经文:

民数记 4:46-4:46

注释:

  46 

经文:

民数记 4:47-4:47

注释:

 * From thirty.
  3,23,30  1Ch 23:3,27 
 * every one.
  15,24,37  Ro 12:6-8  1Co 12:4-31 

经文:

民数记 4:48-4:48

注释:

  3:39  Mt 7:14  20:16  22:15 

经文:

民数记 4:49-4:49

注释:

 * According to the.
  37,41,45  1:54  2:33  3:51 
 * every one.
  15,24,31  Isa 11:2-4  42:1-7  49:1-8  Ro 12:4-8 
 * as the Lord.
  1,21 

经文:

民数记 5:1-5:1

注释:

  1;  The unclean are removed out of camp.
  5;  Restitution is to be made in trespass.
 11;  The trial of jealousy.

  1 

经文:

民数记 5:2-5:2

注释:

 * put out of the camp.
   The camp of Israel being now formed, with the sanctuary of
   God in the centre, orders were given that the lepers and
   unclean persons should be excluded from the camp, according
   to the laws given at different times on these subjects.  See
   the Marginal References.)  This expulsion was founded, 1.  On
   a purely physical reason; for the diseases were contagious,
   and therefore there was a necessity of putting those
   afflicted with them apart, that the infection might not be
   communicated.  2.  There was also a spiritual reason:  the
   camp was the habitation of God; and therefore, in honour of
   Him who had thus condescended to dwell with them, nothing
   impure should be permitted to remain.  3.  Further, there was
   a typical reason; for the camp was the emblem of the church,
   where nothing that is defiled should enter, and in which
   nothing that is unholy should be tolerated.

  12:14  Le 13:46  De 24:8,9  2Ki 7:3 
 * and every.
  Le 15:2-27 
 * and whosoever.
  9:6-10  19:11-16  31:19  Le 21:1 

经文:

民数记 5:3-5:3

注释:

 * without.
  1Ki 7:3  1Co 5:7-13  2Co 6:17  2Th 3:6  Tit 3:10  Heb 12:15,16 
  2Jo 1:10,11  Re 21:27 
 * defile not.
  19:22  Hag 2:13,14 
 * in the midst.
  Le 26:11,12  De 23:14  Ps 68:18  Isa 12:6  2Co 6:16  Re 21:3 

经文:

民数记 5:4-5:4

注释:

  4 

经文:

民数记 5:5-5:5

注释:

  5 

经文:

民数记 5:6-5:6

注释:

 * When.
  Le 5:1-4,17  6:2,3 
 * and that person.
   This expression does not merely refer to the actual
   criminality of the person, but to his consciousness of guilt
   respecting it:  for this case must be distinguished from that
   of a person detected in dishonesty, which he attempted to
   conceal.

经文:

民数记 5:7-5:7

注释:

 * confess.
  Le 5:5  26:40  Jos 7:19  Job 33:27,28  Ps 32:5  Pr 28:13 
  1Jo 1:8-10 
 * and he shall.
   Not only confession, but restitution, in every possible case,
   is necessary in order to obtain forgiveness.

 * with the principal.
  Le 5:15  6:4-7  7:7  Lu 19:8 

经文:

民数记 5:8-5:8

注释:

 * have no.
  Le 25:25,26 
 * beside the ram.
  Le 6:6,7  7:7 

经文:

民数记 5:9-5:9

注释:

 * offering.  or, heave offering.
  18:8,9,19  Ex 29:28  Le 6:17,18,26  7:6-14  10:13  22:2,3 
  De 18:3,4  Eze 44:29,30  Mal 3:8-10  1Co 9:7-13 

经文:

民数记 5:10-5:10

注释:

  10 

经文:

民数记 5:11-5:11

注释:

  11 

经文:

民数记 5:12-5:12

注释:

  19,20  Pr 2:16,17 

经文:

民数记 5:13-5:13

注释:

  Le 18:20  20:10  Pr 7:18,19  30:20 

经文:

民数记 5:14-5:14

注释:

   {Rooach kinah,} either a supernatural diabolic influence,
   exciting him to jealousy, or, rather, the passion or
   affection of jealousy.

  30  Pr 6:34  So 8:6  Zep 3:8  1Co 10:22 

经文:

民数记 5:15-5:15

注释:

 * her offering for her.
   This coarse offering, without oil or frankincense, implied
   the baseness of the crime of which the woman was suspected,
   and the mournful state of her family.  It was not an atoning
   sacrifice, but an oblation for a memorial, as solemnly
   referring the decision to God, and calling upon him either to
   acquit or punish.

  Le 5:11  Ho 3:2 
 * bringing.
  1Ki 17:18  Eze 29:16  Heb 10:3 

经文:

民数记 5:16-5:16

注释:

 * bring her near.  or, rather, "bring it near;" i.e., her
   offering.  set her.
   Rather, "set it," i.e., the offering; for the woman is
   afterwards ordered to be set before the Lord.  (ver. 18.)

  Le 1:3  Jer 17:10  Heb 13:4  Re 2:22,23 

经文:

民数记 5:17-5:17

注释:

 * holy water.
   That is, water from the laver; called holy, because separated
   from common to sacred uses.  This is the most ancient account
   of the trial by ordeal, which obtained so generally among
   various nations; and it was calculated to fortify the minds
   of the Israelitish women in the hour of temptation, and to
   render them watchful against all occasions of exciting
   suspicion in the breasts of their husbands.

  19:2-9  Ex 30:18 
 * of the dust.
  Job 2:12  Jer 17:13  La 3:29  Joh 8:6,8 

经文:

民数记 5:18-5:18

注释:

 * the priest.
  Heb 13:4  Re 2:19-23 
 * uncover.
  Le 13:45  1Co 11:15  Heb 4:12,13 
 * and put.
  15,25,26 
 * the bitter water.
   So called from the bitter effects which it had upon the
   guilty.

  17,22,24  De 29:18  1Sa 15:32  Pr 5:4  Ec 7:26  Isa 38:17  Jer 2:19 
  Re 10:9,10 

经文:

民数记 5:19-5:19

注释:

 * charge her.
  Mt 26:63 
 * with another.  or, being in the power of they husband.  Heb.
   under thy husband.
  Ro 7:2  *Gr: 

经文:

民数记 5:20-5:20

注释:

  20 

经文:

民数记 5:21-5:21

注释:

 * an oath.
  Jos 6:26  1Sa 14:24  Ne 10:29  Mt 26:74 
 * The Lord make.
  Isa 65:15  Jer 29:22 
 * rot.  Heb. fall.
  2Ch 21:15  Pr 10:7 

经文:

民数记 5:22-5:22

注释:

 * go into.
  27  Ps 109:18  Pr 1:31  Eze 3:3 
 * the woman.
  De 27:15-26  Job 31:21,22,39,40  Ps 7:4,5 
 * Amen.
  Ps 41:13  72:19  89:52  Joh 3:3,11  5:24,25  6:53  *Gr: 

经文:

民数记 5:23-5:23

注释:

 * write these.
  Ex 17:14  De 31:19  2Ch 34:24  Job 31:35  Jer 51:60-64 
  1Co 16:21,22  Re 20:12 
 * blot.
  Ps 51:1,9  Isa 43:25  44:22  Ac 3:19 

经文:

民数记 5:24-5:24

注释:

  Zec 5:3,4  Mal 3:5 

经文:

民数记 5:25-5:25

注释:

 * priest.
  15,18 
 * wave.
  Ex 29:24  Le 8:27 

经文:

民数记 5:26-5:26

注释:

  Le 2:2,9  5:12  6:15 

经文:

民数记 5:27-5:27

注释:

 * if she be defiled.
  20  Pr 5:4-11  Ec 7:26  Ro 6:21  2Co 2:16  Heb 10:26-30  2Pe 2:10 
 * the woman.
  De 28:37  Ps 83:9-11  Isa 65:15  Jer 24:9  29:18,22  42:18 
  Zec 8:13 

经文:

民数记 5:28-5:28

注释:

 * And if.
  19  Mic 7:7-10  2Co 4:17  1Pe 1:7 
 * and shall.
  Ps 113:9 

经文:

民数记 5:29-5:29

注释:

 * the law.
  Le 7:11  11:46  13:59  14:54-57  15:32,33 
 * when a wife goeth.
  12,15,19  Isa 5:7,8 

经文:

民数记 5:30-5:30

注释:

  30 

经文:

民数记 5:31-5:31

注释:

 * be guiltless.
  Ps 37:6 
 * bear.
  9:13  Le 20:10,17-20  Eze 18:4  Ro 2:8,9 

经文:

民数记 6:1-6:1

注释:

  1;  The law of the Nazarite in the days of his separation;
 13;  and after their completion.
 22;  The form of blessing the people.

  1 

经文:

民数记 6:2-6:2

注释:

 * When.
  5,6  Ex 33:16  Le 20:26  Pr 18:1  Ro 1:1  2Co 6:16  Ga 1:15 
  Heb 7:27 
 * separate themselves.
   The word {yaphli,} rendered "shall separate themselves,"
   signifies, "the doing of something extraordinary," and is the
   same word as is used concerning the making a singular vow.
   (Le 27:2); it seems to convey the idea of a person's acting
   from extraordinary zeal for God and religion.

 * to vow.
  Le 27:2  Jud 13:5  1Sa 1:28  Am 2:11,12  Lu 1:15  Ac 21:23,24 
 * to separate themselves.  or, to make themselves Nazarites.
   {Lahazzir,} from {nazar,} to be separate; hence {nazir,} a
   Nazarite, i.e., a person separated; one peculiarly devoted to
   the service of God by being separated from all servile
   employments.  The Nazarites were of two kinds:  such as were
   devoted to God by their parents in their infancy, or even
   sometimes before they were born; and such as devoted
   themselves.  The former were Nazarites for life; and the
   latter commonly bound themselves to observe the laws of the
   Nazarites for a limited time.  The Nazarites for life were
   not bound to the same strictness as the others, concerning
   whom the laws relate.

经文:

民数记 6:3-6:3

注释:

   Besides the religious nature of this institution, it seems to
   have been partly of a civil and prudential use.  The sobriety
   and temperance which the Nazarites were obliged to observe
   were very conducive to health.  Accordingly, they were
   celebrated for their fair and ruddy complexion; being said to
   be both whiter than milk and more ruddy than rubies (La 4:7);
   the sure signs of a sound and healthy constitution.  It may
   here be observed, that when God intended to raise up Samson,
   by his strength of body, to scourge the enemies of Israel, he
   ordered, that from his infancy he should drink no wine, but
   live by the rule of the Nazarites, because that would greatly
   contribute to make him strong and healthy; intending, after
   nature had done her utmost to form this extraordinary
   instrument of his providence, to supply her defect by his own
   supernatural power.  See Jenning's Jewish Antiquities, B. I.
   c. 8.

  Le 10:9  Jud 13:14  Pr 31:4,5  Jer 35:6-8  Am 2:12  Lu 1:15 
  Lu 7:33,34  21:34  Eph 5:18  1Th 5:22  1Ti 5:23 

经文:

民数记 6:4-6:4

注释:

 * separation.  or, Nazariteship.
  5,8,9,12,13,18,19,21 
 * vine tree.  Heb. vine of the wine.

经文:

民数记 6:5-6:5

注释:

 * razor.
  Jud 13:5  16:17,19  1Sa 1:11  La 4:7,8  1Co 11:10-15 

经文:

民数记 6:6-6:6

注释:

 * he shall come.
  19:11-16  Le 19:28  Jer 16:5,6  Eze 24:16-18  Mt 8:21,22 
  Lu 9:59,60  2Co 5:16 

经文:

民数记 6:7-6:7

注释:

 * unclean.
  9:6  Le 21:1,2,10-12  Eze 44:25 
 * consecration.  Heb. separation.
   This expression, "the consecration, or separation, of God is
   on his head," denotes his hair, which was the proof and
   emblem of his separation, and of his subjection to God
   through all the peculiarities of his Nazarate.  St. Paul
   probably alludes to this circumstance in 1; Co 11:10; by
   considering a married woman as a Nazarite for life, i.e.,
   separated from all others, and united to her husband, to whom
   she is subject.

经文:

民数记 6:8-6:8

注释:

  2Co 6:17,18 

经文:

民数记 6:9-6:9

注释:

 * and he.
  19:14-19 
 * shave.
  18  Ac 18:18  21:23,24  Php 3:8,9 

经文:

民数记 6:10-6:10

注释:

  Le 1:14  5:7-10  9:1-21  12:6  14:22,23,31  15:14,29  Ro 4:25 
  Joh 2:1,2 

经文:

民数记 6:11-6:11

注释:

 * offer.
  Le 5:8-10  14:30,31 
 * and shall.
  5 

经文:

民数记 6:12-6:12

注释:

 * a trespass.
  Le 5:6  14:24 
 * but the.
  Eze 18:24  Mt 3:15  24:13  Joh 8:29-31  Jas 2:10  2Jo 1:8 
 * lost.  Heb. fall.

经文:

民数记 6:13-6:13

注释:

 * are fulfilled.
  Ac 21:26 

经文:

民数记 6:14-6:14

注释:

 * one he.
  Le 1:10-13  1Ch 15:26,28,29 
 * one ewe.
  Le 4:2,3,27,32  Mal 1:13,14  1Pe 1:19 
 * one ram.
  Le 3:6 

经文:

民数记 6:15-6:15

注释:

 * a basket.
  Le 2:4  8:2  9:4  Joh 6:50-59 
 * anointed.
  Ex 29:2 
 * drink.
  15:5,7,10  Isa 62:9  Joe 1:9,13  2:14  1Co 10:31  11:26 

经文:

民数记 6:16-6:16

注释:

  16 

经文:

民数记 6:17-6:17

注释:

  17 

经文:

民数记 6:18-6:18

注释:

 * shave the head.
   The hair, which was permitted to grow for this purpose, was
   shaven off, as a token that the vow was accomplished.

  5,9  Ac 18:18  21:24,26 
 * and put it.
  Lu 17:10  Eph 1:6 

经文:

民数记 6:19-6:19

注释:

 * the sodden.
  Le 8:31  1Sa 2:15 
 * put them.
  Ex 29:23-28  Le 7:30  8:27 

经文:

民数记 6:20-6:20

注释:

 * the priest shall.
  5:25  Ex 29:27,28  Le 9:21  10:15  23:11 
 * with the wave.
  18:18  Le 7:31,34 
 * and after.
  Ps 16:10,11  Ec 9:7  Isa 25:6  35:10  53:10-12  Zec 9:15,17  10:7 
  Mt 26:29  Mr 14:25  Joh 17:4,5  19:30  2Ti 4:7,8 

经文:

民数记 6:21-6:21

注释:

 * the law.
  5:29 
 * beside that.
  Ezr 2:69  Ga 6:6  Heb 13:16 

经文:

民数记 6:22-6:22

注释:

  22 

经文:

民数记 6:23-6:23

注释:

  Ge 14:19,20  24:60  27:27-29  28:3,4  47:7,10  48:20  Le 9:22,23 
  De 10:8  21:5  33:1  Jos 8:33  1Ch 23:13  Lu 24:50,51  Ro 1:7 
  1Co 1:3  2Co 13:14  Heb 7:1,7  11:20,21  1Pe 1:2  2Pe 1:2,3  2Jo 1:3 

经文:

民数记 6:24-6:24

注释:

 * The Lord.
  Ru 2:4  Ps 134:3  1Co 14:16  Eph 6:24  Php 4:23  Re 1:4,5 
 * keep thee.
  Ps 91:11  121:4-7  Isa 27:3  42:6  Joh 17:11  Php 4:7  1Th 5:23 
  1Pe 1:5  Jude 1:24 

经文:

民数记 6:25-6:25

注释:

 * The Lord.
  Ps 21:6  31:16  67:1  80:1-3,7,19  119:135  Da 9:17 
 * gracious.
  Ge 43:29  Ex 33:19  Mal 1:9  Joh 1:17 

经文:

民数记 6:26-6:26

注释:

 * lift up.
  Ps 4:6  42:5  89:15  Ac 2:28 
 * give thee.
  Ps 29:11  Isa 26:3,12  57:19  Mic 5:5  Lu 2:14  Joh 14:27  16:33 
  Joh 20:21,26  Ac 10:36  Ro 5:1  15:13,33  Eph 2:14-17  6:23 
  Php 4:7  2Th 3:16 

经文:

民数记 6:27-6:27

注释:

 * put my.
  Ex 3:13-15  6:3  34:5-7  De 28:10  2Ch 7:14  Isa 43:7  Jer 14:9 
  Da 9:18,19  Mt 28:19 
 * and I will.
  23:20  Ge 12:2,3  32:26,29  1Ch 4:10  Ps 5:12  67:7  115:12,13 
  Eph 1:3 

经文:

民数记 7:1-7:1

注释:

  1;  The offering of the princes at the dedication of the
     tabernacle.
 10;  Their several offerings at the dedication of the altar.
 89;  God speaks to Moses from the mercy seat.

 * had fully.
  Ex 40:17-19 
 * anointed it.
  Ex 30:23-30  Le 8:10,11  9:1-24 
 * sanctified them.
  Ge 2:3  Ex 13:2  1Ki 8:64  Mt 23:19 

经文:

民数记 7:2-7:2

注释:

 * the princes.
  1:4-16  2:1-34  10:1-36 
 * and were over, etc.  Heb. who stood.  offered.
  Ex 35:27  1Ch 29:6-8  2Ch 35:8  Ezr 2:68,69  Ne 7:70-72 

经文:

民数记 7:3-7:3

注释:

 * covered waggons.
   The Hebrew {egloth tzav,} signifies "tilted wagons;" so LXX.
   [hamaxas lamp(826e)ikas,] with which the Coptic agrees.  These
   were given for the more convenient exporting of the heavier
   parts of the tabernacle.

  3 

经文:

民数记 7:4-7:4

注释:

  4 

经文:

民数记 7:5-7:5

注释:

 * Take it.
  Ex 25:1-11  35:4-10  Ps 16:2,3  Isa 42:1-7  49:1-8  Eph 4:11-13 
  Tit 3:8 
 * give them.  i.e. distribute them among the Levites as they
   need them; giving most to those who have the heaviest burdens
   to bear.

经文:

民数记 7:6-7:6

注释:

  6 

经文:

民数记 7:7-7:7

注释:

 * Two wagons.
  3:25,26  4:24-28 
 * sons of Gershon.
   The Gershonites being fewest in number of able men, had the
   less burdensome things to carry; for they carried only the
   curtains, coverings, and hangings, (ch. 4:25, 40.)  And
   although this was a cumbersome carriage, and they needed
   waggons, yet it was not a heavy one, and they needed few.

经文:

民数记 7:8-7:8

注释:

 * four wagons.
  3:36,37  4:28-33 
 * the sons.
   Though the Merarites were the most numerous, yet they had the
   greatest burden, namely, the boards, bars, pillars, and
   sockets, to carry, (ch. 4:31, 32, 48.)  Therefore they had
   double the number of waggons to what the Gershonites had
   assigned them.

经文:

民数记 7:9-7:9

注释:

 * unto the.
   Because they had the charge of the ark, table, candlestick,
   altars, etc. (ch. 4:4-15,) which were to be carried upon
   their shoulders:  for those sacred things must not be drawn
   by beasts.

 * because.
  3:31  4:4-16  2Sa 6:6,13  1Ch 15:3,13  23:26 

经文:

民数记 7:10-7:10

注释:

 *title Joh 10:22 一共查出 0 筆,引用資料有問題!select chineses,engs from main where sengs = '*title Joh' or engs='*title Joh'
经文:

民数记 7:11-7:11

注释:

  1Co 14:33,40  Col 2:5 

经文:

民数记 7:12-7:12

注释:

  1:7  2:3  10:14  Ge 49:8,10  Ru 4:20  Mt 1:4  Lu 3:32 
 * Naasson.

经文:

民数记 7:13-7:13

注释:

 * charger.
  Ex 25:29  37:16  1Ki 7:43,45  2Ki 25:14,15  Ezr 1:9,10  8:25 
  Jer 52:19  Da 5:2  Zec 14:20  Mt 14:8,11 
 * the shekel.
  Ex 30:13  Le 27:3,25 
 * a meat offering.
  Le 2:1 

经文:

民数记 7:14-7:14

注释:

 * spoon.
  4:7  Ex 37:16  1Ki 7:50  2Ki 25:14,15  2Ch 4:22  24:14 
 * incense.
  Ex 30:7,8,34-38  35:8 

经文:

民数记 7:15-7:15

注释:

  25:1-18  28:1-29:40  Le 1:1-17  Isa 53:4,10,11  Mt 20:28 
  Joh 17:19  Ro 3:24-26  5:6-11,16-21  8:34  10:4  1Ti 2:6  Tit 2:14 
  Heb 2:10  1Pe 1:18,19  2:24  3:18 

经文:

民数记 7:16-7:16

注释:

  Le 4:23,25 

经文:

民数记 7:17-7:17

注释:

 * peace.
  Le 3:1-17  2Co 5:19-21 
 * this was the offering.
   It is worthy of remark, that the different tribes are
   represented here as bringing their offerings precisely in the
   same order in which they encamped about the tabernacle, (see
   ch. 2; 10;) beginning at the East, then proceeding to the
   South, then to the West, and ending with the North, according
   to the course of the sun.  Their order may be thus viewed:

                              East.
                      1.  Judah:  Nahshon.
                      2.  Issachar:  Nathaneel.
                      3.  Zebulun:  Eliab.

                             South.
                      4.  Reuben:  Elizur.
                      5.  Simeon:  Shelumiel.
                      6.  Gad:  Eliasaph.

                              West.
                      7.  Ephraim:  Elishama.
                      8.  Manasseh:  Gamaliel.
                      9.  Benjamin:  Abidan.

                             North.
                     10.  Dan:  Ahiezer.
                     11.  Asher:  Pagiel.
                     12.  Naphtali:  Ahira.

   Thus God evinces that he "is not the author of confusion, but
   of peace."  (1; Co 14:33.)  It is also worthy of remark, that
   every tribe offers the same kind of offering, and in the same
   quantity, to shew, that as every tribe was equally indebted
   to God for its support, so each should testify an equal sense
   of obligation.  Besides, the vessels were all sacrificial
   vessels, and the animals were all clean animals, such as were
   proper for sacrifices; and therefore everything was intended
   to point out, that the people were to be a holy people, fully
   dedicated to God, and that God was to dwell among them.
   Thus, as the priests, altar, etc. were anointed, and the
   tabernacle dedicated, so the people, by this offering, became
   consecrated to God.  Therefore every act here was a religious
   act.

经文:

民数记 7:18-7:18

注释:

  1:8  2:5 

经文:

民数记 7:19-7:19

注释:

  12-17 

经文:

民数记 7:20-7:20

注释:

  20 

经文:

民数记 7:21-7:21

注释:

  Ge 8:20  Ro 12:1  Eph 5:2 

经文:

民数记 7:22-7:22

注释:

  22 

经文:

民数记 7:23-7:23

注释:

  Le 7:11-13  1Ki 8:63  Pr 7:14  Col 1:1 

经文:

民数记 7:24-7:24

注释:

  1:9  2:7 

经文:

民数记 7:25-7:25

注释:

  25 

经文:

民数记 7:26-7:26

注释:

  26 

经文:

民数记 7:27-7:27

注释:

  Ps 50:8-14  51:16  Isa 1:11  Jer 7:22  Am 5:22 

经文:

民数记 7:28-7:28

注释:

  28 

经文:

民数记 7:29-7:29

注释:

  29 

经文:

民数记 7:30-7:30

注释:

  1:5  2:10 

经文:

民数记 7:31-7:31

注释:

 * offering.
  13-89 
 * charger.
   {K(8483)rah,} in Arabic, {k(8372)an,} from {k(8183)ra,} to be deep, a
   large deep dish or bowl.  It appears by the metal of which
   this charger and bowl were made, that they were for the use
   of the altar of burnt offerings in the outer court; for all
   the vessels of the sanctuary were of gold.  It was probably
   used for receiving the flesh of the sacrifices upon which the
   priests feasted, or the fine flour for the meat offerings.

 * Bowl.
   {Mizrak,} from {zarak,} to sprinkle, a bowl or bason, used in
   sprinkling the blood of the sacrifice.  (Ex 27:23.)

经文:

民数记 7:32-7:32

注释:

 * spoon.
   {Kaph,} in Syriac, {kaphtho,} a pan or censer, on which the
   incense was put.  Both the metal of which it was made, and
   that which it contained, shew that it was for the use of the
   golden altar in the sanctuary.

 * incense.
  Ps 66:15  Mal 1:11  Lu 1:10  Re 8:3 

经文:

民数记 7:33-7:33

注释:

  33 

经文:

民数记 7:34-7:34

注释:

  34 

经文:

民数记 7:35-7:35

注释:

 * And for a sacrifice.
   These sacrifices were more numerous than the burnt offering
   or the sin offering; because the priests, the princes, and as
   many of the people as they invited, had a share of them, and
   feasted, with great rejoicing, before the Lord.  This custom,
   as Mr. Shelden observes, seems to have been imitated by the
   heathen, who dedicated their altars, temples, statues, etc.,
   with much ceremony.

经文:

民数记 7:36-7:36

注释:

  1:6  2:12 

经文:

民数记 7:37-7:37

注释:

  13-89 

经文:

民数记 7:38-7:38

注释:

  38 

经文:

民数记 7:39-7:39

注释:

  Ex 12:5  Joh 1:29  Ac 8:32  1Pe 1:19  Re 5:6 

经文:

民数记 7:40-7:40

注释:

  40 

经文:

民数记 7:41-7:41

注释:

  41 

经文:

民数记 7:42-7:42

注释:

  1:14  2:14 
 * Son of Reuel.

经文:

民数记 7:43-7:43

注释:

 * offering.
  13-89 
 * mingled with oil.
  Le 2:5  14:10  Heb 1:9  1Jo 2:27 

经文:

民数记 7:44-7:44

注释:

  44 

经文:

民数记 7:45-7:45

注释:

  Ps 66:15  Isa 53:4  2Co 5:21 

经文:

民数记 7:46-7:46

注释:

  46 

经文:

民数记 7:47-7:47

注释:

  47 

经文:

民数记 7:48-7:48

注释:

 * On the seventh.
   Both Jewish and Christian writers have been surprised that
   this work of offering went forward on the seventh day (which
   they suppose to have been a sabbath), as well as on the other
   days.  But, 1. there is no absolute proof that this seventh
   day of offering was a sabbath.  2.  Were it even so, could
   the people be better employed than in thus consecrating
   themselves and their services to the Lord?  We have already
   seen that every act was a religious act; and we may rest
   assured, that no day was too holy for the performance of such
   acts as are here recorded.  Here it may be observed, that
   Moses has thought fit to set down distinctly, and at full
   length, the offerings of the princes of each tribe, though,
   as we have already observed, they were the very same, both in
   quantity and quality, that an honourable mention might be
   made of every one apart, and that none might think himself in
   the least neglected.

 * Elishama.
  1:10  2:18 

经文:

民数记 7:49-7:49

注释:

  13-89 

经文:

民数记 7:50-7:50

注释:

  50 

经文:

民数记 7:51-7:51

注释:

   Whether there were any prayers made for the gracious
   acceptance of the sacrifices which should be hereafter
   offered on the altar, we are not informed; but the sacrifices
   themselves were of the nature of supplications, and it is
   probable, that they who offered them, made humble petitions
   along with them.

  51 

经文:

民数记 7:52-7:52

注释:

  52 

经文:

民数记 7:53-7:53

注释:

  53 

经文:

民数记 7:54-7:54

注释:

  1:10  2:20 

经文:

民数记 7:55-7:55

注释:

  13-89 

经文:

民数记 7:56-7:56

注释:

  56 

经文:

民数记 7:57-7:57

注释:

  57 

经文:

民数记 7:58-7:58

注释:

  58 

经文:

民数记 7:59-7:59

注释:

  59 

经文:

民数记 7:60-7:60

注释:

  1:11  2:22 

经文:

民数记 7:61-7:61

注释:

  13-89 

经文:

民数记 7:62-7:62

注释:

  Ps 112:2  Isa 66:20  Da 9:27  Ro 15:16  Php 4:18  Heb 13:15 

经文:

民数记 7:63-7:63

注释:

  63 

经文:

民数记 7:64-7:64

注释:

  64 

经文:

民数记 7:65-7:65

注释:

  65 

经文:

民数记 7:66-7:66

注释:

 * On the tenth day.
   When the twelve days of the dedication commenced cannot be
   easily determined; but the computation of F. Scacchus seems
   highly probable.  He supposes, that the tabernacle being
   erected the first day of the first month of the second year
   after the departure from Egypt, seven days were spent in the
   consecration of it, and the altar, etc.; and that on the
   eight day, Moses began to consecrate Aaron and his sons,
   which lasted seven days more.  Then, on the fourteenth day of
   that month, was the feast day of unleavened bread; which God
   commanded to be observed in the first month (ch. 9), and
   which lasted till the 22nd.  The rest of the month, we may
   well suppose, was spent in giving, receiving, and delivering
   the laws contained in the book of Leviticus; after which, on
   the first day of the second month, Moses began to number the
   people, according to the command in the beginning of this
   book; which may be supposed to have lasted three days.  On
   the fourth, the Levites were numbered; on the next day we may
   suppose they were offered to God, and given to the Priests;
   and on the sixth, they were expiated and consecrated, as we
   read in the following chapter.  On the seventh day, their
   several charges were assigned them, (ch. 4;) after which, he
   supposes the princes began to offer, on the eight day of the
   second month, for the dedication of the altar, which lasted
   till the nineteenth day inclusively; and on the twentieth day
   of this month, they removed from Sinai to the wilderness of
   Paran.  (ch. 10:11, 12.)

 * Ahiezer.
  1:12  2:25 

经文:

民数记 7:67-7:67

注释:

  13-89 

经文:

民数记 7:68-7:68

注释:

  68 

经文:

民数记 7:69-7:69

注释:

  69 

经文:

民数记 7:70-7:70

注释:

  70 

经文:

民数记 7:71-7:71

注释:

  71 

经文:

民数记 7:72-7:72

注释:

 * eleventh day.
   Dr. Adam Clarke remarks, that the Hebrew form of expression
   here, and in the 78th verse, has something curious in it;
   {beyom (8373)htey (8373)ar yom,} "in the day, the first and tenth
   day;" {beyom shenim (8373)ar yom,} "in the day, two and tenth
   day."  But this is the idiom of the language; and to an
   original Hebrew, our almost anomalous words eleventh and
   twelfth, would appear as strange.

 * Pagiel.
  1:13  2:27 

经文:

民数记 7:73-7:73

注释:

  13-89 
   The oblations and sacrifices enumerated in verses 13; to 88
   were simple and plain, though costly and magnificent.  On
   this occasion we find there were offered 12; silver chargers,
   each weighing 130; shekels; 12; silver bowls, each 70; shekels;
   12; golden spoons, each 10; shekels; making the total amount of
   silver vessels 2,400; shekels, and that of golden vessels, 120
   shekels.  A silver charger, at 130; shekels, reduced to troy
   weight, makes 75; oz. 9; dwts. 16; 8/31; gr.; and a silver bowl,
   at 70; shekels, amounts to 40; oz. 12; dwts. 21; 21/31; gr.  The
   total weight of the 12; chargers is therefore 905; oz. 16; dwts.
   3; 3/31; gr.; and that of the 12; bowls, 487; oz. 14; dwts. 20
   4/31; gr.; making the total weight of silver vessels 1,393; oz.
   10; dwts. 23; 7/31; gr.  The golden spoons, allowing each to be
   5; oz. 16; dwts. 3; 3/31; gr., amount to 69; oz. 3; dwts. 13; 5/31
   gr.  Besides these, there were for sacrifice--

                   Bullocks  .  .  .  .  .  . 12
                   Rams      .  .  .  .  .  . 12
                   Lambs     .  .  .  .  .  . 12
                   Goats     .  .  .  .  .  . 24
                   Rams      .  .  .  .  .  . 60
                   He goats  .  .  .  .  .  . 60
                   Lambs     .  .  .  .  .  . 60

   By this we may at once see, that though the place in which
   they now sojourned was a wilderness as to cities, villages,
   and regular inhabitants, yet there was plenty of pasturage;
   else the Israelites could not have furnished these cattle,
   with all the sacrifices necessary for different occasions,
   and especially for the passover, which must of itself have
   required an immense number of lambs, when each family of
   600,000; males was obliged to provide one.  (ch. 9.)

经文:

民数记 7:74-7:74

注释:

  74 

经文:

民数记 7:75-7:75

注释:

  75 

经文:

民数记 7:76-7:76

注释:

  76 

经文:

民数记 7:77-7:77

注释:

  77 

经文:

民数记 7:78-7:78

注释:

  1:15  2:29 

经文:

民数记 7:79-7:79

注释:

  13-89 

经文:

民数记 7:80-7:80

注释:

  80 

经文:

民数记 7:81-7:81

注释:

  81 

经文:

民数记 7:82-7:82

注释:

  82 

经文:

民数记 7:83-7:83

注释:

  83 

经文:

民数记 7:84-7:84

注释:

 * the dedication.
  10  1Ch 29:6-8  Ezr 2:68,69  Ne 7:70-72  Isa 60:6-10  Heb 13:10 
  Re 21:14 
 * the princes.
 J Jud 5:9  Ne 3:9  Jud 5:9; Ne 3:9

经文:

民数记 7:85-7:85

注释:

 * two thousand.
  1Ch 22:14  29:4,7  Ezr 8:25,26 
 * after the shekel.
  13 

经文:

民数记 7:86-7:86

注释:

  86 

经文:

民数记 7:87-7:87

注释:

  87 

经文:

民数记 7:88-7:88

注释:

 * that it was anointed.
  1,10,84 

经文:

民数记 7:89-7:89

注释:

 * to speak.
  12:8  Ex 33:9-11 
 * him.  that is, God.  he heard.
  1:1  Ex 25:22  Le 1:1  Heb 4:16 
 * two cherubims.
  Ex 25:18-21  1Sa 4:4  1Ki 6:23  Ps 80:1  1Pe 1:12 

经文:

民数记 8:1-8:1

注释:

  1;  How the lamps are to be lighted.
  5;  The consecration of the Levites.
 23;  The age and time of their service.

   When this was spoken, says Bp. Patrick, is not certain.  If
   Moses went into the tabernacle immediately after the princes
   had offered, (ch. 7:89,) it may be thought he then spake
   these things unto him; but both this and what follows,
   concerning the Levites, seem rather to have been delivered
   after the order for giving them to the priests, and
   appointing their several charges.  (ch. 3; 4.)  But some
   other things intervening, which depended upon what had been
   ordered respecting their camp, and that of the Israelites,
   Moses omits this until he had stated them, and some other
   matters which he had received from God.  (See ch. 7:11.)

  1 

经文:

民数记 8:2-8:2

注释:

  Ex 25:37  37:18,19,23  40:25  Le 24:1,2  Ps 119:105,130  Isa 8:20 
  Mt 5:14  Joh 1:9  2Pe 1:19  Re 1:12,20  2:1  4:5 

经文:

民数记 8:3-8:3

注释:

  3 

经文:

民数记 8:4-8:4

注释:

 * this work.
  Ex 25:31-39  37:17-24 
 * beaten work.
  Ex 25:18  37:7,17,22 
 * the pattern.
  Ex 25:9,40  1Ch 28:11-19  Heb 8:5  9:23 

经文:

民数记 8:5-8:5

注释:

  5 

经文:

民数记 8:6-8:6

注释:

 * cleanse them.
  Ex 19:15  2Co 7:1  Jas 4:8 

经文:

民数记 8:7-8:7

注释:

 * Sprinkle.
  Le 8:6  14:7  Isa 52:15  Eze 36:25  Heb 9:10 
 * water.
  19:9,10,13,17-19  Ps 51:7  Heb 9:13 
 * let them shave.  Heb. let them cause a razor to pass over,
   etc.
  Le 14:8,9 
 * wash their.
  19:7,8,10,19  31:20  Ge 35:2  Ex 19:10  Le 15:6,10,11,27  16:28 
  Ps 51:2  Jer 4:14  Mt 23:25,26  Jas 4:8  1Pe 3:21  Re 7:14 

经文:

民数记 8:8-8:8

注释:

 * a young.
  Ex 29:1,3  Le 1:3  8:2 
 * his meat.
  15:8,9  Le 2:1 
 * another.
  Le 4:3,14  16:3  Isa 53:10  Ro 8:3  2Co 5:21 

经文:

民数记 8:9-8:9

注释:

 * thou shalt bring.
  Ex 29:4-37  40:12 
 * shalt gather the whole.
   The words, {kol (8364)ath,} which are rendered "the whole
   assembly," often signify all the elders, or principal persons
   in the several tribes.  (ch. 15:4; 25:7; 35:12.)  And they
   cannot well have any other sense here; for it would be
   impossible for all the children of Israel to put their hands
   on the Levites, as stated in the next verse.

  Le 8:3 

经文:

民数记 8:10-8:10

注释:

  3:45  Le 1:4  Ac 6:6  13:2,3  1Ti 4:14  5:22 

经文:

民数记 8:11-8:11

注释:

 * offer.  Heb. wave.  offering.  Heb. wave-offering.
   Not that they were actually waved, but they were presented to
   God, as the God of heaven, and the Lord of the whole earth,
   as the wave offerings were; and in calling them
   wave-offerings, it was intimated to them that they must move
   to and fro with readiness in the business of their
   profession.

  6:20  Ex 29:24  Le 7:30  8:27,29 
 * they may execute.  Heb. they may be to execute, etc.
  1:49-53  3:5-43 

经文:

民数记 8:12-8:12

注释:

 * Levites.
  Ex 29:10  Le 1:4  8:14  16:21 
 * the one.
  8  6:14,16  Le 5:7,9,10  8:14,18  9:7  14:19,20,22  Heb 10:4-10 
 * atonement.
  Le 1:4  4:20,35  8:34  16:6,11,16-19  Heb 9:22 

经文:

民数记 8:13-8:13

注释:

 * offer them.
   {Wehainaphta othom tenoophath,} literlly, as in ver. 11, "and
   thou shalt wave them for a wave-offering;" manifestly in
   allusion to the ancient sacrificial rite of waving the
   sacrifices before the Lord; and it is probable, that some
   significant action, analogous to the waving of the sacrifice,
   was employed on this occasion; for the Levites were
   considered as an offering to the Lord, to whose service they
   were wholly dedicated.  To this the apostle Paul manifestly
   alludes, when, in writing to the Romans, he says, (ch. 12:1,)
   "I beseech you, therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God,
   that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy,
   acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service."

  11,21  18:6  Ro 12:1  15:16 

经文:

民数记 8:14-8:14

注释:

 * separate.
  6:2  De 10:8  Ro 1:1  Ga 1:15  Heb 7:26 
 * and the Levites.
  17  3:45  16:9,10  18:6  Mal 3:17 

经文:

民数记 8:15-8:15

注释:

 * go in.
  11  3:23-37  4:3-32  1Ch 23:1-32  25:1-26:32 
 * and offer.
  11,13  3:12 

经文:

民数记 8:16-8:16

注释:

 * wholly given.
   {Nethunim, nethunim,} "given; given;" The word being
   repeated, "because," says Bp.  Patrick, "the children of
   Israel had devoted them to him, by laying their hands upon
   them, (ver. 10,) and Aaron had waved them as a wave-offering
   to the Lord."  (ver. 11.)

 * instead of such.
   Houbigant, on the authority of the Samaritan, reads, "instead
   of every first-born of the children of Israel, who openeth
   the womb."

  3:12,45 

经文:

民数记 8:17-8:17

注释:

 * all the.
  3:13  Ex 13:2,12-15  Lu 2:23 
 * on the day.
  Ex 12:29  Ps 78:51  105:36  135:8  Heb 11:28 
 * I sanctified.
  Ex 13:14,15  29:44  Le 27:14,15,26  Eze 20:12  Joh 10:36  17:19 
  Heb 10:29  Jas 1:18 

经文:

民数记 8:18-8:18

注释:

  18 

经文:

民数记 8:19-8:19

注释:

 * I have given.
  3:6-9  18:2-6  1Ch 23:28-32  Eze 44:11-14 
 * a gift.  Heb. given.  that there.
  1:53  16:46  18:5  1Sa 6:19  2Ch 26:16-20 

经文:

民数记 8:20-8:20

注释:

  20 

经文:

民数记 8:21-8:21

注释:

 * were purified.
  7  19:12,19 
 * offered.
  11-13,15  3:12 
 * Aaron made.
  12 

经文:

民数记 8:22-8:22

注释:

 * after that.
  15  2Ch 30:15-17,27  31:2  35:8-15 
 * as the Lord.
  5-26 

经文:

民数记 8:23-8:23

注释:

  23 

经文:

民数记 8:24-8:24

注释:

 * from twenty.
   In ch. 4:3, the Levites are appointed to the service of the
   tabernacle at the age of 30; years; and in 1; Ch 23:24, they
   are ordered to commence their work at 20; years of age.  In
   order to reconcile this apparent discrepancy, it is to be
   observed, 1.  At the time of which Moses speaks in ch. 4:3,
   the Levitical service was exceedingly severe, and
   consequently required full grown, robust men, to perform it;
   the age of 30; was therefore appointed as the period for
   commencing this service, the weightier part of which was
   probably there intended.  2.  In this place God seems to
   speak of the service in a general way:  hence the age of 25
   is fixed.  3.  In David's time, and afterwards, in the fixed
   tabernacle and temple, the laboriousness of the service no
   longer existed, and hence 20; years was the age appointed.

  4:3,23  1Ch 23:3,24-27  28:12,13 
 * wait upon.  Heb. war the warfare of, etc.
  1Co 9:7  2Co 10:4  1Ti 1:18  6:12  2Ti 2:3-5 

经文:

民数记 8:25-8:25

注释:

 * cease waiting upon the service thereof.  Heb. return from the
   warfare of the service.
  4:23  2Ti 4:7 
   The Levites, above fifty years of age, might superintend and
   assist their junior brethren in the ordinary offices, and
   give them and the people counsel and instruction; but they
   were exempted from carrying the tabernacle and from other
   laborious services.  It is remarkable, that no law was made
   concerning the age at which the priests should begin to
   officiate, and though various blemishes disqualified them for
   the service of the sanctuary, yet they continued their
   ministrations till death, if capable.  On the other hand,
   nothing is said concerning any bodily defects or blemishes
   disqualifying the Levites; but the time of their service is
   expressly settled.  Their work was far more laborious than
   that of the priests; it is therefore likely that the priests
   would not begin very early to officiate; and the wisdom and
   experience of age would increase, rather than diminish, their
   fitness for the sacred duties of their office.

经文:

民数记 8:26-8:26

注释:

 * to keep.
  1:53  3:32  18:4  31:30  1Ch 23:32  26:20-29  Eze 44:8,11 
 * and shall.
  1Ti 4:15 

经文:

民数记 9:1-9:1

注释:

  1;  The passover is again commanded.
  6;  A second passover for the unclean or absent.
 15;  The cloud directs the removals and encampments of the
     Israelites.

 * A.M. 2514.  B.C. 1490.  An. Ex. Is. 2.  Abib.  in the first
   month.
   The fourteen first verses of this chapter evidently refer to
   a time previous to the commencement of this book; but as
   there is no evidence of a transposition, it is better to
   conclude with Houbigant, that "it is enough to know, that
   these books contain an account of things transacted in the
   days of Moses, though not in their regular or chronological
   order."

  1:1  Ex 40:2 

经文:

民数记 9:2-9:2

注释:

 * keep.
  Ex 12:1-20 
 * his appointed.
  28:16  Ex 12:6,14  Le 23:5  De 16:1,2  Jos 5:10  2Ch 35:1  Ezr 6:19 
  Mr 14:12  Lu 22:7  1Co 5:7,8 

经文:

民数记 9:3-9:3

注释:

 * the fourteenth.
  2Ch 30:2,15 
 * at even.  Heb. between the two evenings.
  Ex 12:6  *marg: 
  Heb 9:26 
 * according to all the rites.
  11,12 
 * See on
  Ex 12:7-11 

经文:

民数记 9:4-9:4

注释:

  4 

经文:

民数记 9:5-9:5

注释:

 * they kept.
  Jos 5:10 
 * according.
  8:20  29:40  Ge 6:22  7:5  Ex 39:32,42  De 1:3  4:5  Mt 28:20 
  Joh 15:14  Ac 26:19  Heb 3:5  11:8 

经文:

民数记 9:6-9:6

注释:

 * defiled.
  5:2  6:6,7  19:11,16,18  Le 21:11  Joh 18:28 
 * they came.
  15:33  27:2,5  Ex 18:15,19,26  Le 24:11 

经文:

民数记 9:7-9:7

注释:

 * we may not offer.
  2  Ex 12:27  De 16:2  2Ch 30:17-19  1Co 5:7,8 

经文:

民数记 9:8-9:8

注释:

 * Stand.
  Ex 14:13  2Ch 20:17 
 * I will.
  27:5  Ps 25:14  85:8  Pr 3:5,6  Eze 2:7  3:17  Joh 7:17  17:8 
  Ac 20:27  1Co 4:4  11:23  Heb 3:5,6 

经文:

民数记 9:9-9:9

注释:

  9 

经文:

民数记 9:10-9:10

注释:

 * be unclean.
  6,7  Ro 15:8-19  16:25,26  1Co 6:9-11  Eph 2:1,2,12,13  3:6-9 
 * yet he shall keep.
  Mt 5:24  1Co 11:28 

经文:

民数记 9:11-9:11

注释:

 * fourteenth.
  3  Ex 12:2-14,43-49  2Ch 30:2-15  Joh 19:36 
 * and eat it.
  Ex 12:8 

经文:

民数记 9:12-9:12

注释:

 * shall leave.
  Ex 12:10 
 * break any bone.
   In the East, Belon says, he "met with shepherds who were
   roasting sheep whole, which they sold to travellers stuck
   upon sticks of willow tree.  The entrails were taken out, and
   the body again sewed up."

  Ex 12:46  Joh 19:36 
 * according.
  3  Ex 12:43 

经文:

民数记 9:13-9:13

注释:

 * forbeareth.
  15:30,31  19:13  Ge 17:14  Ex 12:15  Le 17:4,10,14-16  Heb 2:3 
  Heb 6:6  10:26-29  12:25 
 * because.
  2,3,7 
 * bear his sin.
  5:31  Le 20:20  22:9  Eze 23:49  Heb 9:28 

经文:

民数记 9:14-9:14

注释:

  Ex 12:48,49  Le 19:10  22:25  24:22  25:15  De 29:11  31:12 
  Isa 56:3-7  Eph 2:19-22 

经文:

民数记 9:15-9:15

注释:

 * on the day.
  Ex 40:2,18 
 * the cloud.
  14:14  Ex 14:19,20,24  33:9,10  40:34  Ne 9:12,19  Ps 78:14  105:39 
  Isa 4:5  Eze 10:3,4  1Co 10:1 
 * at even.
  Ex 13:21  40:38 

经文:

民数记 9:16-9:16

注释:

  18-22  Ex 13:21,22  40:38  De 1:33  Ne 9:12,19  Ps 78:14  105:39 
  Isa 4:5,6  1Co 10:1  2Co 5:19  Re 21:3 
   This cloud not only enlightened the Israelites, but also
   protected them, and was a continual pledge of God's presence
   and protection.  To this manifestation of the Divine glory,
   the prophet Isaiah alludes, when he says, (Isa 4:5,) "The
   Lord will create upon every dwelling place of Mount Zion, and
   upon her assemblies, a cloud and smoke by day, and the
   shining of a flaming fire by night."  God is the director,
   protector, and glory of his church.

经文:

民数记 9:17-9:17

注释:

 * when the cloud.
  10:11,33,34  Ex 40:36-38  Ps 80:1,2  Isa 49:10  Joh 10:3-5,9 
 * and in the.
  Ex 33:14,15  Ps 32:8  73:24  Joh 10:3,4,9 

经文:

民数记 9:18-9:18

注释:

 * and at the.
  20  10:13  Ex 17:1  2Jo 1:6 
 * as long as.
  1Co 10:1 
   There is no time lost, while we are waiting God's time.  It
   is as acceptable a piece of submission to the will of God, to
   sit still contentedly when our lot requires it, as to work
   for him when we are called to it.

经文:

民数记 9:19-9:19

注释:

 * tarried long.  Heb. prolonged.  kept the.
  1:52,53  3:8  Zec 3:7 

经文:

民数记 9:20-9:20

注释:

  20 

经文:

民数记 9:21-9:21

注释:

 * abode.  Heb. was.
  Ne 9:12,19 

经文:

民数记 9:22-9:22

注释:

 * abode.
  17  1:54  8:20  23:21,22  Ex 39:42  40:16,36,37  De 1:6,7  2:3,4 
  Ps 32:8  48:14  73:24  77:20  107:7  143:10  Pr 3:5,6  Ac 1:4 

经文:

民数记 9:23-9:23

注释:

 * they kept.
  19  Ge 26:5  Jos 22:3  Eze 44:8  Zec 3:7 
   Some of the Levites may have been appointed to watch the
   moving of the pillar, and to give timely notice to the camp
   of its beginning to stir; and this is called "keeping the
   charge of the Lord." It is uncomfortable staying when God is
   departed, but very safe and pleasant going, when we see God
   go before us, and resting where he appoints us to rest.

经文:

民数记 10:1-10:1

注释:

  1;  The use of the silver trumpets.
 11;  The Israelites remove from Sinai to Paran.
 14;  The order of their march.
 29;  Hobab is entreated by Moses not to leave them.
 33;  The blessing of Moses at the removing and resting of the
     ark.

  1 

经文:

民数记 10:2-10:2

注释:

 * two trumpets.
   The necessity of such instruments will at once appear, when
   the amazing extent of this army is considered.  There were
   various kinds of trumpets among the ancients, of different
   forms and materials, as Eustathius shews on Homer, where he
   mentions six; the second of which was [stroggule,] turned
   up round, like a ram's horn; which he says the Egyptians used
   (from being invented by Osiris) when they assembled the
   people to their sacrifices.  But in opposition to that form,
   Moses commands these to be made long, in the shape of those
   used at present.  So Josephus informs us, who says they were
   near a cubit long; the tube of the thickness of a common pipe
   or flute; the mouth no wider than just to admit blowing into
   them; and their ends wide like those of a modern trumpet.

  2Ki 12:13  2Ch 5:12 
 * of a whole piece.
  Ex 25:18,31  Eph 4:5 
 * the calling.
  7  Ps 81:3  89:15  Isa 1:13  Ho 8:1  Joe 1:14 

经文:

民数记 10:3-10:3

注释:

  Jer 4:5  Joe 2:15,16 

经文:

民数记 10:4-10:4

注释:

  1:4-16  7:2  Ex 18:21  De 1:15 

经文:

民数记 10:5-10:5

注释:

 * blow.
  6,7  Isa 58:1  Joe 2:1 
 * camps.
  2:3-9 

经文:

民数记 10:6-10:6

注释:

 * ye blow.
   A single alarm was a signal for the eastward division to
   march; two such alarms the signal for the south; and probably
   three for the west, and four for the North.  There appears
   therefore, a deficiency in the Hebrew Text, which is thus
   supplied by the LXX.:  [kai salpieite semasian triten, kai
   exarousin ai parembolai ai paremballousai para thalassan.
   kai salpieite semasian tetarten, kai exarousin ai
   parembolai ai paremballousai pros bomran.]  "And when ye
   blow a third alarm, or signal, the camps on the west shall
   march; and when ye blow a fourth alarm, the camps on the north
   shall march."  This addition, however, is not acknowledged by
   the Samaritan, nor any other version than the Coptic, nor any
   MS. yet collated.

 * the camps.
  2:10-16 

经文:

民数记 10:7-10:7

注释:

 * ye shall blow.
  3,4 
 * sound.
  Joe 2:1 

经文:

民数记 10:8-10:8

注释:

  31:6  Jos 6:4-16  1Ch 15:24  16:6  2Ch 13:12-15 

经文:

民数记 10:9-10:9

注释:

 * if ye go.
  31:6  Jos 6:5  2Ch 13:14 
 * oppresseth.
  Jud 2:18  3:27  4:2,3  6:9,34  7:16-21  10:8,12  1Sa 10:18 
  Ps 106:42 
 * then ye shall.
  Isa 18:3  58:1  Jer 4:5,19,21  6:1,17  Eze 7:14  33:3-6  Ho 5:8 
  Am 3:6  Zep 1:16  1Co 14:8 
 * remembered.
  Ge 8:1  Ps 106:4  136:23  Lu 1:70-74 

经文:

民数记 10:10-10:10

注释:

 * in the day.
  29:1  Le 23:24  25:9,10  1Ch 15:24,28  16:42  2Ch 5:12,13  7:6 
  2Ch 29:26,28  Ezr 3:10  Ne 12:35  Ps 81:3  89:15  98:5,6  150:3 
  Isa 27:13  55:1-4  Mt 11:28  1Co 15:52  1Th 4:16,18  Re 22:17 
 * a memorial.
  9  Ex 28:29  30:16  Jos 4:7  Ac 10:4  1Co 11:24-26 

经文:

民数记 10:11-10:11

注释:

 * An. Ex. Is 2. Ijar.  on.
   The Israelites had lain encamped in the wilderness of Sinai
   about eleven months and twenty days (comp. Ex 19:1); and they
   now received the order of God to decamp, and proceed to the
   promised land:  the Samaritan, therefore, introduces at this
   place, nearly the words of De 1:6-8:  "And Jehovah spake unto
   Moses, saying, Ye have dwelt long enough in this mount; turn,
   and take your journey, etc."

  1:1  9:1,5,11  Ex 40:2 
 * the cloud.
  9:17-23 

经文:

民数记 10:12-10:12

注释:

 * took.
  33:16  Ex 13:20  40:36,37  De 1:19 
 * out of the.
  1:1  9:1,5  33:15  Ex 19:1,2 
 * the wilderness.
  12:16  13:3,26  Ge 21:21  De 1:1  33:2  1Sa 25:1  Hab 3:3 

经文:

民数记 10:13-10:13

注释:

  9:23 

经文:

民数记 10:14-10:14

注释:

 * the first place.
   The following is the order in which this vast company
   marched:

   Judah:----Issachar, Zebulun, Gershonites, and Merarites,
             bearing the tabernacle.

   Reuben:---Simeon, Gad, Kohathites, with the sanctuary.

   Ephraim:--Manasseh, Benjamin.

   Dan:------Asher, Naphtali.

   Among other things, it should be remarked, that, according to
   a well-known rule of military tactics, the advanced, and
   rear-guards, were stronger then the centre.

 * See
  2:3-9  26:19-27  Ge 49:8 
 * Nahshon.
  1:7  7:12 

经文:

民数记 10:15-10:15

注释:

  1:8  7:18 

经文:

民数记 10:16-10:16

注释:

  1:9  7:24 

经文:

民数记 10:17-10:17

注释:

 * the tabernacle.
  1:51  Heb 9:11  12:28  2Pe 1:14 
 * the sons.
  3:25,26,36,37  4:24-33  7:6-8 

经文:

民数记 10:18-10:18

注释:

 * the camp.
  2:10-16  26:5-18 
 * Elizur.
  1:5  7:35 

经文:

民数记 10:19-10:19

注释:

 * Simeon.
  1:6  7:36 

经文:

民数记 10:20-10:20

注释:

 * Eliasaph.
  1:14  2:14 
 * son of Reuel.
  7:42 

经文:

民数记 10:21-10:21

注释:

 * the Kohathites.
  2:17  3:27-32  4:4-16  7:9  1Ch 15:2,12-15 
 * the other did.  that is, the Gershonites and the Merarites.
  17  1:51 

经文:

民数记 10:22-10:22

注释:

 * the camp.
  2:18-24  26:23-41  Ge 48:19  Ps 80:1,2 
 * Elishama.
  1:10  7:48 

经文:

民数记 10:23-10:23

注释:

 * Gamaliel.
  1:10  7:54 

经文:

民数记 10:24-10:24

注释:

 * Abidan.
  1:11  7:60 

经文:

民数记 10:25-10:25

注释:

 * the camp.
  2:25,28-31  26:42-51  Ge 49:16,17 
 * the rereward.
  De 25:17,18  Jos 6:9  Isa 52:12  58:8 
 * Ahiezer.
  1:12  7:66 

经文:

民数记 10:26-10:26

注释:

 * Pagiel.
  1:13  7:72 

经文:

民数记 10:27-10:27

注释:

 * Ahira.
  1:15  7:78 

经文:

民数记 10:28-10:28

注释:

 * Thus were.  Heb. These.  according.
  35,36  2:34  24:4,5  So 6:10  1Co 14:33,40  Col 2:5 

经文:

民数记 10:29-10:29

注释:

  Ex 2:18 
 * Reuel.
  Ex 3:1  18:1,27 
 * the Lord.
  Ge 12:7  13:15  15:18  Ac 7:5 
 * come.
  Jud 1:16  4:11  1Sa 15:6  Ps 34:8  Isa 2:3  Jer 50:5  Zec 8:21-23 
  Re 22:17 
 * for the Lord.
  23:19  Ge 32:12  Ex 3:8  6:7,8  Tit 1:2  Heb 6:18 

经文:

民数记 10:30-10:30

注释:

  Ge 12:1  31:30  Ru 1:15-17  Ps 45:10  Lu 14:26  2Co 5:16 
  Heb 11:8,13 

经文:

民数记 10:31-10:31

注释:

 * forasmuch.
   As the Israelites were under the immediate direction of God
   himself, and were guided by the pillar of cloud and fire, it
   might be supposed that they had no need of Hobab.  But it
   should be remembered, that the cloud directed only their
   general journeys, not their particular excursions.  Parties
   took several journeys while the grand army lay still.  (ch.
   13; 20; 31; 32.)

 * instead of eyes.
  Job 29:15  Ps 32:8  1Co 12:14-21  Ga 6:2 

经文:

民数记 10:32-10:32

注释:

  Jud 1:16  4:11  1Jo 1:3 

经文:

民数记 10:33-10:33

注释:

 * the mount.
  Ex 3:1  19:3  24:17,18 
 * the ark.
  De 9:9  31:26  Jos 4:7  Jud 20:27  1Sa 4:3  Jer 3:16  Heb 13:20 
 * went before.
  Ex 33:14,15  De 1:33  Jos 3:2-6,11-17  Jer 31:8,9  Eze 20:6 
 * a resting place.
  Ps 95:11  Isa 28:12  66:1  Jer 6:16  Mt 11:28-30  Heb 4:3-11 

经文:

民数记 10:34-10:34

注释:

  Ex 13:21,22  Ne 9:12,19  Ps 105:39 

经文:

民数记 10:35-10:35

注释:

 * Rise up, Lord.
  Ps 68:1,2  132:8  Isa 51:9 

经文:

民数记 10:36-10:36

注释:

 * Return, O Lord.
  Ps 90:13-17 
 * many thousands of Israel.  Heb. ten thousand thousands.
  Ge 24:60  De 1:10 

经文:

民数记 11:1-11:1

注释:

  1;  The burning at Taberah quenched by Moses' prayer.
  4;  The people lust for flesh, and loathe manna.
 10;  Moses complains of his charge.
 16;  God promises to divide his burden unto seventy elders, and
     to give the people flesh for a month.
 21;  Moses' faith is staggered.
 31;  Quails are given in wrath at Kibroth-hattaavah.

 * And when.
  10:33  20:2-5  21:5  Ex 15:23,24  16:2,3,7,9  17:2,3  De 9:22 
  La 3:39  1Co 10:10  Jude 1:16 
 * complained.  or, were as it were complainers.  it displeased
   the Lord.  Heb. it was evil in the ears of the Lord.
  Ge 38:10  2Sa 11:27  *marg: 
  Jas 5:4 
 * and the fire.
  16:35  Le 10:2  De 32:22  2Ki 1:12  Job 1:16  Ps 78:21  106:18 
  Isa 30:33  33:14  Na 1:5  Mr 9:43-49  Heb 12:29 
 * the uttermost.
  De 25:18 

经文:

民数记 11:2-11:2

注释:

 * cried.
  21:7  Ps 78:34,35  Jer 37:3  42:2  Ac 8:24 
 * prayed.
  14:13-20  Ge 18:23-33  Ex 32:10-14,31,32  34:9  De 9:19,20 
  Ps 106:23  Isa 37:4  Jer 15:1  Am 7:2-6  Jas 5:16  1Jo 5:16 
 * the fire.
  16:45-48  Heb 7:26  1Jo 2:1,2 
 * was quenched.  Heb. sunk.

经文:

民数记 11:3-11:3

注释:

 * Taberah.  that is, a burning.
  De 9:22 

经文:

民数记 11:4-11:4

注释:

 * the mixed.
  Ex 12:38  Le 24:10,11  Ne 13:3 
 * fell a lusting.  Heb. lusted a lust.  the children.
  1Co 15:33 
 * wept again.  Heb. returned and wept.  Who shall.
  Ps 78:18-20  106:14  Ro 13:14  1Co 10:6 

经文:

民数记 11:5-11:5

注释:

 * the fish.
  Ex 16:3  Ps 17:14  Php 3:19 
 * the cucumbers.
   In Hebrew, {kishshuim,} in Arabic, {kiththa,} Chaldee,
   {keta,} and Syriac, {kati,} a species of cucumber peculiar to
   Egypt, smooth, of a longish cylindrical shape, and about a
   foot long.  Prosper Alpinus says that it differs from the
   common sort by its size, colour, and softness; that its
   leaves are smaller, whiter, softer, and rounder; its fruit
   larger, greener, smoother, softer, sweeter, and more easy of
   digestion than ours.  Hasselquist describes it in the same
   manner; and adds, that it is very little watery, but firm
   like a melon, sweet and cool to the taste, but not so cold as
   the watermelon, which is meant by the {avutichim} of the
   text.

经文:

民数记 11:6-11:6

注释:

  21:5  2Sa 13:4 

经文:

民数记 11:7-11:7

注释:

 * the manna.
  Ex 16:14,15,31  1Co 1:23,24  Re 2:17 
 * colour thereof as the colour of.  Heb. eye of it as the eye
   of.  bdellium.
  Ge 2:12 

经文:

民数记 11:8-11:8

注释:

 * the people.
  Ex 16:16-18  Joh 6:27,33-58 
 * baked it.
  Ex 16:23 
 * taste of it.
  Ex 16:31 

经文:

民数记 11:9-11:9

注释:

  Ex 16:13,14  De 32:2  Ps 78:23-25  105:40 

经文:

民数记 11:10-11:10

注释:

 * weep throughout.
  14:1,2  16:27  21:5  Ps 106:25 
 * the anger.
  1  De 32:22  Ps 78:21,59  Isa 5:25  Jer 17:4 
 * Moses.
  12:3  20:10-13  Ps 106:32,33  139:21  Mr 3:5  10:14 

经文:

民数记 11:11-11:11

注释:

 * Wherefore hast thou.
   The complaint and remonstrance of Moses in these verses serve
   at once to shew the deeply distressed state of his mind, and
   the degradation of the minds of the people.

  15  Ex 17:4  De 1:12  Jer 15:10,18  20:7-9,14-18  Mal 3:14 
  2Co 11:28 
 * wherefore have.
  Job 10:2  Ps 130:3  143:2  La 3:22,23,39,40 

经文:

民数记 11:12-11:12

注释:

 * Carry them.
  Isa 40:11  Eze 34:23  Joh 10:11 
 * as a nursing.
  Isa 49:15,23  Ga 4:19  1Th 2:7 
 * the land.
  Ge 13:15  22:16,17  26:3  50:24  Ex 13:5 

经文:

民数记 11:13-11:13

注释:

  Mt 15:33  Mr 8:4  9:23 

经文:

民数记 11:14-11:14

注释:

  Ex 18:18  De 1:9-12  Ps 89:19  Isa 9:6  Zec 6:13  2Co 2:16 

经文:

民数记 11:15-11:15

注释:

 * kill me.
  1Ki 19:4  Job 3:20-22  6:8-10  7:15  Jon 4:3,8,9  Php 1:20-24 
  Jas 1:4 
 * let me not.
  Jer 15:18  20:18  Zep 3:15 
 * my wretchedness.
   Two of Dr. Kennicott's manuscripts read, "their
   wretchedness."  The Jerusalem Targum has the same, and adds,
   by way of explanation, "who are thine own people."

经文:

民数记 11:16-11:16

注释:

 * seventy.
  Ge 46:27  Ex 4:29  24:1,9  Eze 8:11  Lu 10:1,17 
 * officers.
  De 1:15  16:18  31:28 

经文:

民数记 11:17-11:17

注释:

 * I will come.
  25  12:5  Ge 11:5  18:21  Ex 19:11,20  34:5  Joh 3:13 
 * talk with.
  12:8  Ge 17:3,22  18:20-22,33 
 * I will take.
  27:18  1Sa 10:6  2Ki 2:9,15  Ne 9:20  Isa 44:3  59:20,21 
  Joe 2:28  Joh 7:39  Ro 8:9  1Co 2:12  12:4-11  1Th 4:8  1Pe 1:22 
  Jude 1:19 
 * they shall.
  Ex 18:22  Ac 6:3,4 

经文:

民数记 11:18-11:18

注释:

 * Sanctify.
  Ge 35:2  Ex 19:10,15  Jos 7:13 
 * ye have wept.
  1,4-6  Ex 16:3-7  Jud 21:2 
 * it was well.
  4,5  14:2,3  Ac 7:39 

经文:

民数记 11:19-11:19

注释:

   About a year before this, the people had been thus feasted for
   one day (Ex 16:13); but now such plenty was to be afforded
   them for a whole month, and they should use it so greedily,
   that at last they should entirely loathe the food for which
   they had so inordinately craved.

  19 

经文:

民数记 11:20-11:20

注释:

 * whole month.  Heb. month of days.
  Ex 16:8,13 
 * and it.
  21:5  Ps 78:27-30  106:15  Pr 27:7 
 * despised.
  1Sa 2:30  2Sa 12:10  Mal 1:6  Ac 13:41  1Th 4:8 

经文:

民数记 11:21-11:21

注释:

  1:46  2:32  Ge 12:2  Ex 12:37  38:26 

经文:

民数记 11:22-11:22

注释:

   There is certainly a considerable measure of weakness and
   unbelief manifested in these complaints and questions of
   Moses; but his conduct appears at the same time so very
   simple, honest, and affectionate, that we cannot but admire
   it, while we wonder that he had not stronger confidence in
   that God, whose stupendous miracles he had so often witnessed
   in Egypt.

  2Ki 7:2  Mt 15:33  Mr 6:37  8:4  Lu 1:18,34  Joh 6:6,7,9 

经文:

民数记 11:23-11:23

注释:

 * Is the Lord's.
   That is, "Is the power of the Lord diminished?"  That power
   which has been so signally displayed on your behalf, and which
   is as unchangeable as it is unlimited.

  Ge 18:14  Ps 78:41  Isa 50:2  59:1  Mic 2:7  Mt 19:26  Lu 1:37 
 * thou shalt.
  23:19  2Ki 7:2,17-19  Jer 44:28,29  Eze 12:25  24:14  Mt 24:35 

经文:

民数记 11:24-11:24

注释:

 * gathered.
  16,26 

经文:

民数记 11:25-11:25

注释:

 * came down.
  17  12:5  Ex 34:5  40:38  Ps 99:7  Lu 9:34,35 
 * took.
  17  2Ki 2:15  Jas 1:17 
 * gave it.
   From this place, Origen and Theodoret take occasion to compare
   Moses to a lamp, at which seventy others were lighted, without
   any diminution of its lustre.

 * they prophesied.
   By prophesying here we are to understand, their performing
   those civil and sacred functions for which they were
   qualified; exhorting the people to quiet and peaceable
   submission, and to trust and confidence in the providence of
   God.

  1Sa 10:5,6,10  19:20-24  Jer 36:5,6  Joe 2:28,29  Ac 2:17,18 
  Ac 11:28  21:9-11  1Co 11:4,5  14:1-3,32  2Pe 1:21 

经文:

民数记 11:26-11:26

注释:

 * went not out.
  Ex 3:11  4:13,14  1Sa 10:22  20:26  Jer 1:6  36:5 

经文:

民数记 11:27-11:27

注释:

  27 

经文:

民数记 11:28-11:28

注释:

 * Joshua.
  Ex 17:9 
 * My Lord.
  Mr 9:38,39  Lu 9:49,50  Joh 3:26 

经文:

民数记 11:29-11:29

注释:

 * Enviest.
  1Co 3:3,21  13:4  Php 2:3  Jas 3:14,15  4:5  5:9  1Pe 2:1 
 * would.
  Ac 26:29  1Co 14:5  Php 1:15-18 
 * that the.
  Mt 9:37,38  Lu 10:2 

经文:

民数记 11:30-11:30

注释:

  30 

经文:

民数记 11:31-11:31

注释:

 * a wind.
  Ex 10:13,19  15:10  Ps 135:7 
 * and brought.
  Ex 16:13  Ps 78:26-29  105:40 
 * quails.
   That the word {selav} means the quail, we have already had
   occasion to observe; to which we subjoin the authority of Mr.
   Maundrell, who visited Naplosa, (the ancient Sichem,) where
   the Samaritans live.  Mr. Maundrell asked their chief priest
   what sort of animal he took the {selav} to be.  He answered,
   they were a sort of fowls; and, by the description Mr.
   Maundrell perceived he meant the same kind with our quails.

 * a day's journey.  Heb. the way of a day.  and as it were two
   cubits.
   That is, as the Vulgate renders, {Volabantque in a(8972)e duobus
   cubitis altitudine super terram,} "and they flew in the air,
   at the height of two cubits above the ground."

经文:

民数记 11:32-11:32

注释:

 * homers.
  Ex 16:36  Eze 45:11 

经文:

民数记 11:33-11:33

注释:

 * And while.
  Ps 78:30,31  106:14,15 
 * smote.
  16:49  25:9  De 28:27 

经文:

民数记 11:34-11:34

注释:

 * Kibroth-hattaavah.  that is, the graves of lust.
  33:16  De 9:22  1Co 10:6 

经文:

民数记 11:35-11:35

注释:

 * journeyed.
  33:17 
 * unto Hazeroth.
  12:16  De 1:1 
 * abode at.  Heb they were in, etc.

经文:

民数记 12:1-12:1

注释:

  1;  God rebukes the sedition of Miriam and Aaron.
 11;  Miriam's leprosy is healed at the prayer of Moses.
 14;  God commands her to be shut out of the host.
 16;  The people encamp in the wilderness of Paran.

 * Miriam.
  Mt 10:36  12:48  Joh 7:5  15:20  Ga 4:16 
 * Ethiopian.  or, Cushite.
  Ex 2:16,21 
 * married.  Heb. taken.
  Ge 24:3,37  26:34,35  27:46  28:6-9  34:14,15  41:45  Ex 34:16 
  Le 21:14 

经文:

民数记 12:2-12:2

注释:

 * Hath the Lord.
  16:3  Ex 4:30  5:1  7:10  15:20,21  Mic 6:4 
 * hath he not.
  11:29  Pr 13:10  Ro 12:3,10  Php 2:3,14  1Pe 5:5 
 * And the.
  11:1  Ge 29:33  2Sa 11:27  2Ki 19:4  Ps 94:7-9  Isa 37:4 
  Eze 35:12,13 

经文:

民数记 12:3-12:3

注释:

 * very.
  Ps 147:6  149:4  Mt 5:5  11:29  21:5  2Co 10:1  1Th 2:7  Jas 3:13 
  1Pe 3:4 
 * above.
  11:10-15  20:10-12  Ps 106:32,33  2Co 11:5  12:11  Jas 3:2,3 

经文:

民数记 12:4-12:4

注释:

 * the Lord.
  Ps 76:9 
 * Come out.
  16:16-21 

经文:

民数记 12:5-12:5

注释:

  11:25  Ex 34:5  40:38  Ps 99:7 

经文:

民数记 12:6-12:6

注释:

 * a prophet.
  Ge 20:7  Ex 7:1  Ps 105:15  Mt 23:31,34,37  Lu 20:6  Eph 4:11 
  Re 11:3,10 
 * in a vision.
  Ge 15:1  46:2  Job 4:13  33:15  Ps 89:19  Eze 1:1  Da 8:2 
  Da 10:8,16,17  Lu 1:11,22  Ac 10:11,17  22:17,18 
 * a dream.
  Ge 31:10,11  1Ki 3:5  Jer 23:28  Da 7:1  Mt 1:20  2:12,13,19 

经文:

民数记 12:7-12:7

注释:

 * My servant.
  De 18:18  Ps 105:26  Mt 11:9,11  Ac 3:22,23  7:31 
 * faithful.
  1Co 4:2  1Ti 3:15  Heb 3:2-6  1Pe 2:4,5 

经文:

民数记 12:8-12:8

注释:

 * mouth.
  14:14  Ex 33:11  De 34:10  1Ti 6:16 
 * dark speeches.
  Ps 49:4  Eze 17:2  20:49  Mt 13:35  Joh 15:15  1Co 13:12 
 * similitude.
  Ex 24:10,11  33:19,23  34:5-7  De 4:15  Isa 40:18  46:5  Joh 1:18 
  Joh 14:7-10  15:24  2Co 3:18  4:4-6  Col 1:15  Heb 1:3 
 * were ye.
  Ex 34:30  Lu 10:16  1Th 4:8  2Pe 2:10  Jude 1:8 

经文:

民数记 12:9-12:9

注释:

  11:1  Ho 5:15 

经文:

民数记 12:10-12:10

注释:

 * the cloud.
  Ex 33:7-10  Eze 10:4,5,18,19  Ho 9:12  Mt 25:41 
 * behold.
  De 24:9 
 * leprous.
  Le 13:2,3-46  2Ki 5:27  15:5  2Ch 26:19-21 

经文:

民数记 12:11-12:11

注释:

 * I beseech thee.
  Ex 12:32  1Sa 2:30  12:19  15:24,25  1Ki 13:6  Jer 42:2  Ac 8:24 
  Re 3:9 
 * lay not.
  2Sa 19:19  24:10  2Ch 16:9  Ps 38:1-5  Pr 30:32 

经文:

民数记 12:12-12:12

注释:

 * as one dead.
  Ps 88:4,5  Eph 2:1-5  Col 2:13  1Ti 5:6 
 * of whom.
  Job 3:16  Ps 58:8  1Co 15:8 

经文:

民数记 12:13-12:13

注释:

  14:2,13-20  16:41,46-50  Ex 32:10-14  1Sa 12:23  15:11  Mt 5:44,45 
  Lu 6:28  23:34  Ac 7:60  Ro 12:21  Jas 5:15 

经文:

民数记 12:14-12:14

注释:

 * spit.
  De 25:9  Job 30:10  Isa 50:6  Mt 26:67  Heb 12:9 
 * let her be.
  5:2,3  Le 13:45,46  14:8  2Ch 26:20,21 

经文:

民数记 12:15-12:15

注释:

 * shut out.
  De 24:8,9 
 * and the.
  Ge 9:21-23  Ex 20:12 
 * till Miriam.
  La 3:32  Mic 6:4  7:8,9  Hab 3:2 

经文:

民数记 12:16-12:16

注释:

 * afterward.
  11:35  33:18 
 * Hazeroth.
   The exact situation of this place is unknown.  Dr. Shaw
   computes it to be three days' journey, i.e., thirty miles from
   Sinai.  From this passage, it appears that the wilderness of
   Paran commenced immediately upon their leaving this station.
   Calmet observes, that there is a town called Hazor in Arabia
   Petr(9161), in all probability the same as Hazerim, the ancient
   habitation of the Hivites (De 2:23); and likewise, according
   to all appearances, the Hazeroth, where the Hebrews encamped.

 * the wilderness.
  10:12  13:3,26  Ge 21:21  1Sa 25:1  Hab 3:3 

经文:

民数记 13:1-13:1

注释:

  1;  The names of the men who were sent to search the land.
 17;  Their instructions.
 21;  Their acts.
 26;  Their relation.

  1 

经文:

民数记 13:2-13:2

注释:

 * Send thou.
  32:8  De 1:22-25  Jos 2:1-24 
 * of every.
  1:4  34:18 
 * a ruler.
  11:16  Ex 18:25  De 1:15 

经文:

民数记 13:3-13:3

注释:

   The wilderness of Paran, says Dr. Wells, seems to have been
   taken in a larger, and in a stricter sense.  In the larger
   sense, it seems to have denoted all the desert and mountainous
   tract, lying between the wilderness of Shur westward, and
   mount Seir, or the land of Edom, eastward, the land of Canaan
   northward, and the Red sea southward.  And in this sense, it
   seems to have comprehended the wilderness of Sin, and the
   wilderness of Sinai, also the adjoining tract wherein lay
   Kibroth-hattaavah and Hazeroth.  In this sense it may be
   understood in De 1:19, where, by "that great and terrible
   wilderness," is intended the wilderness of Paran in its
   largest acceptation; for, in its stricter acceptation, it
   seems not to have been so great and terrible a wilderness; but
   is taken to denote more peculiarly that part of Arabia Petr(9161)
   which lies between mount Sinai and Hazeroth west, and mount
   Seir east.

  12:16  32:8  De 1:19,23  9:23 

经文:

民数记 13:4-13:4

注释:

  4 

经文:

民数记 13:5-13:5

注释:

  5 

经文:

民数记 13:6-13:6

注释:

 * Caleb.
  30  14:6,24,30,38  26:65  27:15-23  34:19  De 31:7-17  Jos 14:6-15 
  Jos 15:13-19  Lu 1:10-15  1Ch 4:15 

经文:

民数记 13:7-13:7

注释:

  7 

经文:

民数记 13:8-13:8

注释:

 * Oshea.
  16 
 * Jehoshua.
  11:28  27:18-22  Ex 17:9-13  24:13  32:17  De 31:7,8,14,23  34:9 
  Jos 1:1-9,16  24:1-33 
 * Joshua.

经文:

民数记 13:9-13:9

注释:

  9 

经文:

民数记 13:10-13:10

注释:

  10 

经文:

民数记 13:11-13:11

注释:

  11 

经文:

民数记 13:12-13:12

注释:

  12 

经文:

民数记 13:13-13:13

注释:

  13 

经文:

民数记 13:14-13:14

注释:

  14 

经文:

民数记 13:15-13:15

注释:

  15 

经文:

民数记 13:16-13:16

注释:

 * Oshea.
  Ho 1:1  Ro 9:25 
 * Jehoshua.
  8  14:6,30  Ex 17:9  Mt 1:21-23  Ac 7:45  Heb 4:8 
 * Jesus.

经文:

民数记 13:17-13:17

注释:

 * southward.
  21,22  Ge 12:9  13:1  Jos 15:3  Jud 1:15 
 * the mountain.
  14:40  Ge 14:10  De 1:44  Jud 1:9,19 

经文:

民数记 13:18-13:18

注释:

  Ex 3:8  Eze 34:14 

经文:

民数记 13:19-13:19

注释:

  19 

经文:

民数记 13:20-13:20

注释:

 * whether it be.
  Ne 9:25,35  Eze 34:14 
 * good courage.
  30,31  De 31:6-8,23  Jos 1:6,9  2:3,22,23  1Ch 22:11  Heb 13:6 
 * the firstripe.
  23,24  Mic 7:1 

经文:

民数记 13:21-13:21

注释:

 * from the wilderness of Zin.
   The wilderness of Zin, is different from that called Sin.
   (Ex 16:1.)  The latter was near Egypt, but the former was near
   Kadesh Barnea, not far from the borders of Canaan.  It seems
   to be the valley mentioned by Burckhardt; which, under the
   names of El Ghor and El Araba, form a continuation of the
   valley of the Jordan, extending from the Dead sea to the
   eastern branch of the Red sea.  The whole plain presents to
   the view an appearance of shifting sands, whose surface is
   broken by innumerable undulations and low hills.  A few talk,
   tamarisk, and rethem trees grow among the sand hills; but the
   depth of sand precludes all vegetation of herbage.

  20:1  27:14  33:36  34:3,4  De 32:51  Jos 15:1 
 * Rehob.
   Rehob was a city, afterwards given to the tribe of Asher,
   situated near mount Lebanon, at the northern extremity of the
   Promised Land, on the road which leads to Hamath, and west of
   Laish or Dan:  compare Jud 1:31; 18:28; Jos 19:28.

 * Hamath.
  2Sa 8:9  Am 6:2 

经文:

民数记 13:22-13:22

注释:

 * Ahiman.
  Jos 11:21,22  15:13,14  Jud 1:10 
 * the children.
  33 
 * Hebron.
  Ge 13:18  23:2  Jos 14:13-15  21:13  2Sa 2:1,11 
 * Zoan.
  Ps 78:12,43  Isa 19:11  30:4 

经文:

民数记 13:23-13:23

注释:

 * brook.  or valley.
  24  32:9  De 1:24,25  Jud 16:4 

经文:

民数记 13:24-13:24

注释:

 * brook.  or valley.
  23 
 * Eshcol.  that is a cluster of grapes.

经文:

民数记 13:25-13:25

注释:

 * forty days.
  14:33,34  Ex 24:18  34:28 

经文:

民数记 13:26-13:26

注释:

 * unto the wilderness.
  3 
 * Kadesh.
  20:1,16  32:8  33:36  De 1:19  Jos 14:6 

经文:

民数记 13:27-13:27

注释:

  14:8  Ex 3:8,17  13:5  33:3  Le 20:24  De 1:25-33  6:3  11:9 
  De 26:9,11-15  27:3  31:20  Jos 5:6  Jer 11:5  32:22  Eze 20:6,15 

经文:

民数记 13:28-13:28

注释:

 * strong.
  De 1:28  2:10,11,21  3:5  9:1,2 
 * saw the.
  22,23,33  Jos 11:22  15:14  Jud 1:20 

经文:

民数记 13:29-13:29

注释:

 * Amalekites.
  14:43  24:20  Ge 14:7  Ex 17:8-16  Jud 6:3  1Sa 14:48  15:3-9  30:1 
  Ps 83:7 
 * the Hittites.
  Ge 15:19-21  Ex 3:8,17 

经文:

民数记 13:30-13:30

注释:

  14:6-9,24  Jos 14:6-8  Ps 27:1,2  60:12  118:10,11  Isa 41:10-16 
  Ro 8:31,37  Php 4:13  Heb 11:33 

经文:

民数记 13:31-13:31

注释:

  32:9  De 1:28  Jos 14:8  Heb 3:19 

经文:

民数记 13:32-13:32

注释:

 * brought.
  14:36,37  De 1:28  Mt 23:13 
 * a land.
  28  Eze 36:13  Am 2:9 
 * men of a great stature.  Heb. men of statures.
  2Sa 21:20  *Heb: 
  1Ch 20:6  *marg: 

经文:

民数记 13:33-13:33

注释:

 * saw the giants.
  22  De 1:28  2:10  3:11  9:2  1Sa 17:4-7  2Sa 21:20-22  1Ch 11:23 
 * and we were.
  1Sa 17:42  Isa 40:22 

经文:

民数记 14:1-14:1

注释:

  1;  The people murmur at the news.
  6;  Joshua and Caleb labour to still them.
 11;  God threatens them.
 13;  Moses intercedes with God, and obtains pardon.
 26;  The murmurers are debarred from entering into the land.
 36;  The men who raised the evil report die by a plague.
 40;  The people that would invade the land against the will of
     God are smitten.

  11:1-4  De 1:45 

经文:

民数记 14:2-14:2

注释:

 * murmured.
  16:41  Ex 15:24  16:2,3  17:3  De 1:27  Ps 106:24,45  1Co 10:10 
  Php 2:14,15  Jude 1:16 
 * Would.
  28,29  11:15  1Ki 19:4  Job 3:11  7:15,16  Jon 4:3,8 

经文:

民数记 14:3-14:3

注释:

 * the Lord.
  Ps 78:40  Jer 9:3 
 * our wives.
  31,32 

经文:

民数记 14:4-14:4

注释:

  De 17:16  28:68  Ne 9:16,17  Lu 17:32  Ac 7:39  Heb 10:38,39  11:15 
  2Pe 2:21,22 

经文:

民数记 14:5-14:5

注释:

  16:4,22,45  Ge 17:3  Le 9:24  Jos 5:14  7:10  1Ki 18:39 
  1Ch 21:16  Eze 9:8  Da 10:9  Mt 26:39  Re 4:10  5:14  7:11 

经文:

民数记 14:6-14:6

注释:

 * Joshua.
  24,30,38  13:6,8,30 
 * rent their clothes.
  Ge 37:29,34  44:13  Jos 7:6  Jud 11:35  2Sa 3:31  2Ki 18:37 
  Job 1:20  Joe 2:12,13  Mt 26:65 

经文:

民数记 14:7-14:7

注释:

 * an exceeding good land.
  13:27  De 1:25  6:10,11  8:7-9 

经文:

民数记 14:8-14:8

注释:

 * delight.
  De 10:15  2Sa 15:25,26  22:20  1Ki 10:9  Ps 22:8  147:10,11 
  Isa 62:4  Jer 32:41  Zep 3:17  Ro 8:31 
 * a land which.
  13:27 

经文:

民数记 14:9-14:9

注释:

 * Only rebel.
  De 9:7,23,24  Isa 1:2  63:10  Da 9:5,9  Php 1:27 
 * neither.
  De 7:18  20:3 
 * are bread.
  24:8  De 32:42  Ps 14:4  74:14 
 * defence. Heb. shadow.
   {Tzillam,} a metaphor highly expressive of protection and
   support in the sultry eastern countries.  (See the Parallel
   Passages.)  The Arabs and Persians use the same word to
   express the same thing; using the expressions, "May the shadow
   {zulli} of thy prosperity be extended."  "May the shadow of
   thy prosperity be spread over the heads of thy well-wishers."
   And in an elegant distich, "May your protection never be
   removed from my head; may God extend your shadow {zullikem}
   eternally."  The loftiest and most esteemed title of the
   sultan, says Thornton, because given him by the kings of
   Persia, is {zil ullah,} shadow of God.

  Ps 91:1  121:5  Isa 30:2,3  32:2  Jer 48:45 
 * the Lord.
  Ge 48:21  Ex 33:16  De 7:21  20:1-4  31:6,8  Jos 1:5  Jud 1:22 
  2Ch 13:12  15:2  20:17  32:8  Ps 46:1,2,7,11  Isa 8:9,10  41:10 
  Mt 1:23  Ro 8:31 
 * fear them not.
  Isa 41:14 

经文:

民数记 14:10-14:10

注释:

 * But all.
  Ex 17:4  1Sa 30:6  Mt 23:37  Ac 7:52,59 
 * And the.
  16:19,42  20:6  Ex 16:7,10  24:16,17  40:34  Le 9:23 

经文:

民数记 14:11-14:11

注释:

 * How long will this.
  27  Ex 10:3  16:28  Pr 1:22  Jer 4:14  Ho 8:5  Zec 8:14 
  Mt 17:17 
 * provoke.
  23  De 9:7,8,22,23  Ps 95:8  Heb 3:8,16 
 * believe me.
  De 1:32  Ps 78:22,32,41,42  106:24  Mr 9:19  Joh 10:38  12:37 
  Joh 15:24  Heb 3:18 

经文:

民数记 14:12-14:12

注释:

 * smite.
  16:46-49  25:9  Ex 5:3  2Sa 24:1,12-15 
 * will make.
  Ex 32:10 

经文:

民数记 14:13-14:13

注释:

 * And Moses said unto the Lord.
   From this verse to ver. 19, inclusive, we have the words of
   the earnest intercession of Moses:  they need no explanation;
   they are full of simplicity and energy.

 * Then the.
  Ex 32:12  De 9:26-28  32:27  Jos 7:8,9  Ps 106:23  Eze 20:9,14 

经文:

民数记 14:14-14:14

注释:

 * they have.
  Ex 15:14  Jos 2:9,10  5:1 
 * art seen.
  12:8  Ge 32:30  Ex 33:11  De 5:4  34:10  Joh 1:18  14:9  1Co 13:12 
  1Jo 3:2 
 * thy cloud.
  9:15-21  10:34  Ex 13:21,22  40:38  Ne 9:12,19  Ps 78:14  105:39 

经文:

民数记 14:15-14:15

注释:

  Jud 6:16 

经文:

民数记 14:16-14:16

注释:

  De 9:28  32:26,27  Jos 7:9 

经文:

民数记 14:17-14:17

注释:

  Mic 3:8  Mt 9:6,8 

经文:

民数记 14:18-14:18

注释:

 * long-suffering.
  Ex 34:6,7  Ps 103:8  145:8  Jon 4:2  Mic 7:18  Na 1:2,3  Ro 3:24-26 
  Ro 5:21  Eph 1:7,8 
 * visiting.
  Ex 20:5  34:7  Jer 23:2 

经文:

民数记 14:19-14:19

注释:

 * Pardon.
  Ex 32:32  34:9  1Ki 8:34  Ps 51:1,2  Eze 20:8,9  Da 9:19 
 * according.
  Isa 55:7  Tit 3:4-7 
 * and as thou.
  Ex 32:10-14  33:17  Ps 78:38  106:7,8,45  Jon 3:10  4:2  Mic 7:18 
  Jas 5:15  1Jo 5:14-16 
 * until now.  or, hitherto.

经文:

民数记 14:20-14:20

注释:

  20 

经文:

民数记 14:21-14:21

注释:

 * as truly.
  De 32:40  Isa 49:18  Jer 22:24  Eze 5:11  18:3  33:11,27  Zep 2:9 
 * all the.
  Ps 72:19  Hab 2:14  Mt 6:10 

经文:

民数记 14:22-14:22

注释:

 * which have.
  11  De 1:31-35  Ps 95:9-11  106:26  Heb 3:17,18 
 * tempted.
  Ex 17:2  Ps 95:9  106:14  Mal 3:15  Mt 4:7  1Co 10:9  Heb 3:9 
 * ten times.
  Ge 31:7,41  Job 19:3 

经文:

民数记 14:23-14:23

注释:

 * Surely they shall not see.  Heb. If they see.
  26:64  32:11  De 1:35-45  Ne 9:23  Ps 95:11  106:26  Eze 20:15 
  Heb 3:17,18  4:3 

经文:

民数记 14:24-14:24

注释:

 * my servant.
  6-9  13:30  26:65  De 1:36  Jos 14:6-14 
 * another spirit.
   Caleb had another spirit; not only a bold, generous,
   courageous, noble, and heroic spirit, but the Spirit and
   influence of God, which thus raised him above human
   inquietudes and earthly fears.  Therefore he followed God
   fully; literally, "and he filled after me:"  God shewed him
   the way he was to take and the line of conduct he was to
   pursue, and he filled up this line, and in all things followed
   the will of his Maker.

 * followed me.
  32:11,12  De 6:5  Jos 14:8,9  1Ch 29:9,18  2Ch 25:2  Ps 119:80,145 
  Pr 23:26  Ac 11:23  Eph 6:6  Col 3:23 

经文:

民数记 14:25-14:25

注释:

 * the Amalekites.
  13:29 
 * turn you.
  4  De 1:40  Ps 81:11-13  Pr 1:31 

经文:

民数记 14:26-14:26

注释:

  26 

经文:

民数记 14:27-14:27

注释:

 * How long.
  11  Ex 16:28  Mt 17:7  Mr 9:19 
 * I have heard.
  Ex 16:12  1Co 10:10 

经文:

民数记 14:28-14:28

注释:

 * As truly.
  21,23  26:64,65  32:11  De 1:35  Ps 90:8,9  Heb 3:17 
 * as ye have.
  2 

经文:

民数记 14:29-14:29

注释:

 * carcases.
  32,33  1Co 10:5  Heb 3:17  Jude 1:5 
 * all that were.
  1:45  26:64 

经文:

民数记 14:30-14:30

注释:

 * sware.  Heb. lifted up my hand.
  Ge 14:22 
 * save Caleb.
  38  26:65  32:12  De 1:36-38 

经文:

民数记 14:31-14:31

注释:

 * little ones.
  26:6,64  De 1:39 
 * ye said.
  3 
 * know.
   Their children, by possessing Canaan, knew what a good land
   their fathers had despised.

 * the land.
  Ge 25:34  Ps 106:24  Pr 1:25,30  Mt 22:5  Ac 13:41  Heb 12:16,17 

经文:

民数记 14:32-14:32

注释:

  29  1Co 10:5  Heb 3:17 

经文:

民数记 14:33-14:33

注释:

 * shall wander in the wilderness.  or, feed.
   This implies, that they should move from place to place in the
   deserts, as the Bedounin Arabs, who have no certain dwelling,
   but rove about seeking pasture for their flocks.

  32:13  Jos 14:10  Ps 107:4,40 
 * forty years.
  33:38  De 1:3  2:14 
 * bear.
  5:31  Jer 3:1,2  Eze 23:35,45-49  Ho 9:1 

经文:

民数记 14:34-14:34

注释:

 * After.
  13:25  2Ch 36:21 
 * the number.
  Ps 95:10  Eze 4:6  Da 9:24  Re 11:3 
 * shall ye bear.
  18:23  Le 20:19  Ps 38:4  Eze 14:10 
 * ye shall.
  1Ki 8:56  Ps 77:8  105:42  Jer 18:9,10  La 3:31-33  Heb 4:1 
 * breach of promise.  or, altering of my purpose.
   {Tenooathi,} rather, my failure, or disannulling, from {noo,}
   to fail, disannul; for as they had broken their engagements,
   God was no longer held by his covenant.

  De 31:16,17  1Sa 2:30  Zec 11:10 

经文:

民数记 14:35-14:35

注释:

 * I will surely.
  23:19 
 * this evil.
  27-29  26:65  1Co 10:5,11  Heb 3:19 

经文:

民数记 14:36-14:36

注释:

  13:31-33 

经文:

民数记 14:37-14:37

注释:

 * those men.
   Thus ten of the twelve who searched out the land were struck
   dead, by the justice of God, on the spot.  In commemoration of
   this event, the Jews, to this day, celebrate a fast, on the
   seventh day of the month Elul.

 * died.
  12  16:49  25:9  Jer 28:16,17  29:32  1Co 10:10  Heb 3:17  Jude 1:5 

经文:

民数记 14:38-14:38

注释:

  26:65  Jos 14:6-10 

经文:

民数记 14:39-14:39

注释:

 * mourned greatly.
  Ex 33:4  Pr 19:3  Isa 26:16  Mt 8:12  Heb 12:17 

经文:

民数记 14:40-14:40

注释:

 * rose up.
  De 1:41  Ec 9:3  Mt 7:21-23  26:11,12  Lu 13:25 
 * for we have sinned.
   We are sensible of our sin, and repent of it; and are now
   ready to do as Caleb and Joshua exhorted us.  Or, though we
   have sinned, yet we hope God will make good his promise.

经文:

民数记 14:41-14:41

注释:

 * do ye.
  25  2Ch 24:20 
 * but it shall.
  Job 4:9  Jer 2:37  32:5 

经文:

民数记 14:42-14:42

注释:

  De 1:42  Jos 7:8,12  Ps 44:1,2-11 

经文:

民数记 14:43-14:43

注释:

  25  13:29  Le 26:17  De 28:25 
 * because.
  Jud 16:20  1Ch 28:9  2Ch 15:2  Isa 63:10  Ho 9:12 

经文:

民数记 14:44-14:44

注释:

 * they presumed.
   This miserable people a short time ago, thought that, though
   Omnipotence was with them, they could not conquer and possess
   the land!  Now they imagine, that though God himself go not
   with them, yet they shall be sufficient to drive out the
   inhabitants, and take possession of their country!  Man is
   ever supposing he can do all things, or do nothing:  he is
   therefore sometimes presumptuous, and at other times in
   despair.

  15:30  De 1:43 
 * the ark.
  10:33  1Sa 4:3-11 

经文:

民数记 14:45-14:45

注释:

 * the Amalekites.
  43  Ex 17:16  De 1:44  32:30  Jos 7:5,11,12 
 * Hormah.
  21:3  Jud 1:17 

经文:

民数记 15:1-15:1

注释:

  1;  The law of the meat offering, and the drink offering.
 14;  The stranger is under the same law.
 17;  The law of the first of the dough for an heave offering.
 22;  The sacrifice for sins of ignorance.
 30;  The punishment of presumption.
 32;  He that violated the sabbath is stoned.
 37;  The law of fringes.

   It is very probable, that the transactions recorded in this
   and the four following chapters took place during the time the
   Israelites abode in Kadesh (De 1:46.)

  1 

经文:

民数记 15:2-15:2

注释:

  18  Le 14:34  23:10  25:2  De 7:1,2  12:1,9 

经文:

民数记 15:3-15:3

注释:

 * will make.
  Ex 29:18,25,41  Le 1:2,3,9,13,17  10:13 
 * a burnt.
  Le 1:1-17 
 * a sacrifice.
  Le 7:16  22:18-23  De 12:11 
 * performing.  Heb. separating.
  Le 27:2 
 * or in a free-will.
  Le 22:21,23  De 12:6,17  16:10 
 * in your.
  28:16-19,27  29:1,2,8,13-40  Le 23:8,12,36  De 16:1-17 
 * a sweet.
  Ge 8:21  Ex 29:18  Mt 3:17  Eph 5:2  Php 4:18 
 * the herd.
   Under the term {bakar,} are comprehended the ox, heifer, etc;
   and under {tzon,} are included sheep and goats.  The animals
   enjoined in the Levitical law are the very same which
   commanded Abraham to offer.  (Ge 15:9.)  Hence it is evident,
   that God delivered to the patriarchs an epitome of that law
   which was afterwards given in detail to Moses, the essence of
   which consisted in its sacrifices; and these sacrifices were
   of clean animals, the most perfect, useful, and healthy of all
   that are brought under the immediate government of man.  Gross
   feeding and ferocious animals were all excluded, as well as
   all birds of prey.

经文:

民数记 15:4-15:4

注释:

 * a meat.
  Ex 29:40  Le 2:1  6:14  7:9,10  23:13  Isa 66:20  Mal 1:11  Ro 15:16 
  Heb 13:16 
 * the fourth.
  28:5-8  Ex 29:40  Le 2:15  14:10  23:13  Jud 9:9  Eze 46:14 

经文:

民数记 15:5-15:5

注释:

  28:7,14  Jud 9:13  Ps 116:13  So 1:4  Zec 9:17  Mt 26:28,29 
  Php 2:17  2Ti 4:6 

经文:

民数记 15:6-15:6

注释:

  4  28:12-14 

经文:

民数记 15:7-15:7

注释:

  7 

经文:

民数记 15:8-15:8

注释:

 * peace.
  Le 3:1  7:11-18 

经文:

民数记 15:9-15:9

注释:

 * with a.
  28:12,14 
 * a meat.
  29:6  Le 6:14  7:37  14:10  1Ch 21:23  Ne 10:33  Eze 42:13 
  Eze 46:5,7,11,15  Joe 1:9  2:14 

经文:

民数记 15:10-15:10

注释:

  5  6:15 

经文:

民数记 15:11-15:11

注释:

  28 

经文:

民数记 15:12-15:12

注释:

  12 

经文:

民数记 15:13-15:13

注释:

  13 

经文:

民数记 15:14-15:14

注释:

  14 

经文:

民数记 15:15-15:15

注释:

 * One.
  29  9:14  Ex 12:49  Le 24:22  Ga 3:28  Eph 2:11-22  Col 3:11 
 * an ordinance.
  10:8  18:8  Ex 12:14,24,43  1Sa 30:25 

经文:

民数记 15:16-15:16

注释:

  16 

经文:

民数记 15:17-15:17

注释:

  17 

经文:

民数记 15:18-15:18

注释:

  2  De 26:1-15 

经文:

民数记 15:19-15:19

注释:

   The oblation before prescribed seems to have been a general
   acknowledgment from the people at large; but this was an
   oblation from every one that reaped a harvest:  who was
   required, previously to tasting it himself, to offer a portion
   of dough as a heave-offering to the Lord.  This is supposed to
   have been given to the priests in their several cities, and
   not carried to the tabernacle.

  Jos 5:11,12 

经文:

民数记 15:20-15:20

注释:

 * a cake.
  18:12  Ex 23:19  De 26:2-10  Ne 10:37  Pr 3:9,10  Eze 44:30 
  Mt 6:33  Ro 11:16  1Co 15:20  Jas 1:18  Re 14:4 
 * the heave-offering.
  Le 2:14  23:20,16,17 

经文:

民数记 15:21-15:21

注释:

  18:26  Ex 29:28 

经文:

民数记 15:22-15:22

注释:

   This law concerning sins of ignorance, being entirely diverse
   from one before considered, occasions considerable difficulty.
   (Le ch. 4.)  Some explain that law as relating to sins of
   commission, this to sins of omission:  others explain the one
   of inadvertent violations of the moral law, and the other of
   the transgressions of the ceremonial law:  and some think that
   related to the whole nation, this to any one tribe; or that to
   the bulk of the nation, this to the rulers and elders.  The
   Jews say, that the former law referred to such national
   transgressions through heedlessness, as consisted with the
   maintenance of the prescribed worship in the main; but that
   this especially respected the case of the nation, when through
   inattention, and the example and authority of wicked rulers,
   they had turned aside and committed idolatry, or conducted
   their worship directly contrary to law; yet through a culpable
   ignorance, and not in presumption.  This was evidently the
   case under several of their kings; and the explanation seems
   well grounded.

  Le 4:2,13,14,22,27  5:13,15-17  Ps 19:12  Lu 12:48 

经文:

民数记 15:23-15:23

注释:

  23 

经文:

民数记 15:24-15:24

注释:

 * if ought.
  Le 4:13 
 * without.  Heb. from the eyes.  one young bullock.
  Le 4:14-21 
 * with his.
  8-10 
 * manner.  or, ordinance.  one kid.
  28:15  Le 4:23  2Ch 29:21-24  Ezr 6:17  8:35 

经文:

民数记 15:25-15:25

注释:

 * the priest.
  Le 4:20,26  Ro 3:25  1Jo 2:2 
 * forgiven them.
  Lu 23:34  Ac 13:39 

经文:

民数记 15:26-15:26

注释:

  26 

经文:

民数记 15:27-15:27

注释:

  Le 4:27,28  Ac 3:17  17:30  1Ti 1:13 

经文:

民数记 15:28-15:28

注释:

  Le 4:35 

经文:

民数记 15:29-15:29

注释:

 * one law.
  15  9:14  Le 16:29  17:15  Ro 3:29,30 
 * sinneth.  Heb. doeth.

经文:

民数记 15:30-15:30

注释:

 * doeth ought.
  9:13  14:44  Ge 17:14  Ex 21:14  Le 20:3,6,10  De 1:43  17:12 
  De 29:19,20  Ps 19:13  Mt 12:32  Heb 10:26,29  2Pe 2:10 
 * presumptuously.  Heb. with an high hand.
   That is, bold, daring, deliberate acts of transgression
   against the fullest evidence, and in despite of the Divine
   authority.  Such conduct "reproacheth the Lord," as if his
   commands were needless, unreasonable, and inimical to the
   happiness of man; his favour were not desirable, or his wrath
   not to be feared:  in short, as if it were more advantageous
   to rebel against him than to serve him.  Such acts admitted of
   no atonement:  the person was condemned to bear his own
   iniquity, and to be cut off.

 * reproacheth.
  Ps 69:9  74:18,22  79:12  89:51  Pr 14:31  Isa 37:23,24 

经文:

民数记 15:31-15:31

注释:

 * despised.
  Le 26:15,43  2Sa 12:9  Ps 119:126  Pr 13:13  Isa 30:12  1Th 4:8 
  Heb 10:28,29 
 * his iniquity.
  Le 5:1  Ps 38:4  Isa 53:6  Eze 18:20  1Pe 2:24  2Pe 2:21 

经文:

民数记 15:32-15:32

注释:

 * they found a man.
   This example seems to have been evidently introduced to
   illustrate the foregoing law.  The man despised the word of
   the Lord, presumptuously broke his commandment, and on this
   ground was punished with death.

  Ex 16:23,27,28  20:8-10  35:2,3 

经文:

民数记 15:33-15:33

注释:

  Joh 8:3-20 

经文:

民数记 15:34-15:34

注释:

  Le 24:12 

经文:

民数记 15:35-15:35

注释:

 * The man.
  Ex 31:14,15 
 * stone him.
  Le 24:14,23  1Ki 21:13  Ac 7:58  Heb 13:11,12 

经文:

民数记 15:36-15:36

注释:

  Jos 7:25 

经文:

民数记 15:37-15:37

注释:

  37 

经文:

民数记 15:38-15:38

注释:

 * fringes in the borders.
   The word {tzitzith} properly denotes an ornament resembling a
   flower.  From ver. 39, we learn that these were emblematical
   of the commands of God.  That there is any analogy between a
   fringe and a precept, it would be bold to assert; but when a
   thing is appointed to represent another, no matter how
   different, that first object becomes the legitimate
   representative or sign of the other.

  De 22:12  Mt 9:20  23:5  Lu 8:44 

经文:

民数记 15:39-15:39

注释:

 * remember.
  Ex 13:9  De 6:6-9  11:18-21,28-32  Pr 3:1 
 * ye seek not.
  De 29:19  Job 31:7  Pr 28:26  Ec 11:9  Jer 9:14  Eze 6:9 
 * go a whoring.
  Ex 34:15,16  Ps 73:27  106:39  Ho 2:2  Jas 4:4 

经文:

民数记 15:40-15:40

注释:

 * be holy.
  Le 11:44,45  19:2  Ro 12:1  Eph 1:4  Col 1:2  1Th 4:7  1Pe 1:15,16 

经文:

民数记 15:41-15:41

注释:

  Le 22:33  25:38  Ps 105:45  Jer 31:31-33  32:37-41  Eze 36:25-27 
  Heb 11:16  1Pe 2:9,10 

经文:

民数记 16:1-16:1

注释:

  1;  The rebellion of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram.
 23;  Moses separates the people from the rebels' tents.
 31;  The earth swallows up Korah, and a fire consumes others.
 36;  The censers are reserved to holy use.
 41;  Fourteen thousand and seven hundred are slain by a plague,
     for murmuring against Moses and Aaron.
 46;  Aaron by incense stays the plague.

 * Korah.
  26:9,10  27:3  Ex 6:18,21  Jude 1:11 
 * sons of Reuben.
  Ge 49:3,4  1Ch 5:1,2 
 * took men.
   As the word men is not in the text, some read "took counsel;"
   and some "took courage."  Houbigant renders {yikkach,
   rebellionem fecerunt,} "they rebelled;" which scarcely any
   rule of criticism can ever justify.  Dr. Geddes' translation
   is, "Another insurrection was raised against Moses by Korah,"
   etc.  Others think that it may mean, "behaved with insolence."
   But, as Dr. A. Clarke observes, the verb {wyyikkach,} "and he
   took" which though at the end of the sentence in English, is
   the first word in Hebrew, is not in the plural, but the
   singular; and hence cannot be applied to the acts of all these
   chiefs.  In every part of the Scripture, where this rebellion
   is referred to, it is attributed to Korah, therefore the verb
   here belongs to him; and the whole verse should be translated,
   "Now Korah, son of Izhar, son of Kohath, son of Levi, he took
   even Dathan and Abiram, the sons of Eliab, and On, son of
   Peleth, son of Reuben, and they rose up," etc.; reading, with
   some MSS., the Samaritan, and Septuagint, {ben,} son, instead
   of {beney,} sons.

经文:

民数记 16:2-16:2

注释:

 * famous.
  26:9  Ge 6:4  1Ch 5:24  12:30  Eze 16:14  23:10 

经文:

民数记 16:3-16:3

注释:

 * gathered.
  11  12:1,2  14:1-4  Ps 106:16  Ac 7:39,51 
 * Ye take too much upon you.  Heb. It is much for you.  all
   the.
  Ex 19:6  Ezr 9:2  Isa 1:11-16  Jer 7:3-12  Mt 3:9,10  Ro 2:28,29 
 * the Lord.
  14:14  35:34  Ex 29:45,46  Ps 68:17 

经文:

民数记 16:4-16:4

注释:

  45  14:5  20:6  Jos 7:6 

经文:

民数记 16:5-16:5

注释:

 * the Lord.
  Mal 3:18  2Ti 2:19 
 * who is holy.
  3  Le 21:6-8,12-15  Isa 61:5,6  1Pe 2:5-9  Re 1:6  5:9,10 
 * will cause.
  Ex 28:43  Le 10:3  Ps 65:4  Eze 40:46  44:15,16  Eph 2:13 
  Heb 10:19-22  12:14 
 * even him.
  17:5  Ex 28:1  Le 8:2  1Sa 2:28  Ps 105:26  Joh 15:16  Ac 1:2,24 
  Ac 13:2  15:7  22:14  2Ti 2:3,4 

经文:

民数记 16:6-16:6

注释:

  35-40,46-48  Le 10:1  16:12,13  1Ki 18:21-23 

经文:

民数记 16:7-16:7

注释:

 * that the man.
  3,5  Eph 1:4  2Th 2:13  1Pe 2:9 
 * too much.
  3  1Ki 18:17,18  Mt 21:23-27 

经文:

民数记 16:8-16:8

注释:

  8 

经文:

民数记 16:9-16:9

注释:

 * Seemeth it but.
  13  Ge 30:15  1Sa 18:23  2Sa 7:19  Isa 7:13  Eze 34:18  1Co 4:3 
 * separated.
  1:53  3:41-45  8:14-16  18:2-6  De 10:8  2Ch 35:3  Ne 12:44 
  Eze 44:10,11  Ac 13:2 

经文:

民数记 16:10-16:10

注释:

 * and seek.
  Pr 13:10  Mt 20:21,22  Lu 22:24  Ro 12:10  Php 2:3  3Jo 1:9 

经文:

民数记 16:11-16:11

注释:

 * against.
  3  1Sa 8:7  Lu 10:16  Joh 13:20  Ro 13:2 
 * what is Aaron.
  Ex 16:7,8  17:2  Ac 5:4  1Co 3:5 

经文:

民数记 16:12-16:12

注释:

  Pr 29:9  Isa 3:5  1Pe 2:13,14  Jude 1:8 

经文:

民数记 16:13-16:13

注释:

 * a small.
  9 
 * out of a.
  11:5  Ex 1:11,22  2:23 
 * to kill.
  20:3,4  Ex 16:3  17:3 
 * thou make.
  Ex 2:14  Ps 2:2,3  Lu 19:14  Ac 7:25-27,35 

经文:

民数记 16:14-16:14

注释:

 * Moreover.
  36:8-10  Ex 3:8,17  Le 20:24 
 * put out.  Heb. bore out.

经文:

民数记 16:15-16:15

注释:

 * very wroth.
  12:3  Ex 32:19  Mt 5:22  Mr 3:5  Eph 4:26 
 * Respect.
  6,7  Ge 4:4,5  Isa 1:10-15 
 * I have not.
   Though Moses was their ruler, under God, yet, so far from
   oppressing them, he had not imposed the smallest tax, nor
   taken, as a present, so much as an ass from one of them.  The
   common present that is now made to the great, in these
   countries, is a horse; but there is reason to believe, that an
   ass might formerly have answered the same purpose.  "If it is
   a visit of ceremony from a {bashaw,}" says Dr. Russell, "or
   other person in power, a fine horse, sometimes with furniture,
   or some such valuable present, is made to him at his
   departure."  As asses were esteemed no dishonourable beasts
   for the saddle, Sir. J. Chardin, in his MS., supposes, that
   when Samuel disclaimed having taken the ass of any one, (1; Sa
   12:3,) he is to be understood of not having taken any ass for
   his riding.  In the same light, he considers this similar
   declaration of Moses.  His reason is "asses being then
   esteemed very honourable creatures for riding on, (ch.  22:21,
   30.  Jud 5:10.  2; Sa 16:2,) as they are at this very time in
   Persia, being rode with saddles."

  1Sa 12:3,4  Ac 20:33,34  1Co 9:15  2Co 1:12  7:2  12:14-17 
  1Th 2:10 

经文:

民数记 16:16-16:16

注释:

 * Be thou.
  6,7 
 * before.
  1Sa 12:3,7  2Ti 2:14 

经文:

民数记 16:17-16:17

注释:

  1Sa 12:7 

经文:

民数记 16:18-16:18

注释:

  18 

经文:

民数记 16:19-16:19

注释:

 * Korah.
  1,2 
 * and the glory.
  42  12:5  14:10  Ex 16:7,10  Le 9:6,23 

经文:

民数记 16:20-16:20

注释:

  20 

经文:

民数记 16:21-16:21

注释:

 * Separate.
  Ge 19:15-22  Jer 5:16  Ac 2:40  2Co 6:17  Eph 5:6,7  Re 18:4 
 * that I may.
  45  14:12,15  Ex 32:10  33:5  Ps 73:19  Isa 37:36  Heb 12:28,29 

经文:

民数记 16:22-16:22

注释:

 * they fell.
  4,45  14:5 
 * the God.
  27:16  Job 12:10  Ec 12:7  Isa 57:16  Zec 12:1  Heb 12:9 
 * one man sin.
  Ge 18:23-25,32  Jos 7:1-26  2Sa 24:1,17  Ro 5:18  1Co 13:7 

经文:

民数记 16:23-16:23

注释:

  23 

经文:

民数记 16:24-16:24

注释:

  21 
   It should seem that Dathan and Abiram had set up a spacious
   tabernacle in the midst of the tents of their families, where
   they kept court, met in council, and hung out their flag of
   defiance against Moses; it is here called the tabernacle of
   Korah, Dathan, and Abiram.  There, as in the place of
   rendezvous, Dathan and Abiram stayed, when Korah and his
   friends went up to the tabernacle of the Lord, waiting the
   issue of their trial; but here we are told how they had their
   business done, before that trial was over.  God will take what
   method he pleases in his judgments.

经文:

民数记 16:25-16:25

注释:

  11:16,17,25,30 

经文:

民数记 16:26-16:26

注释:

 * Depart, I pray you.
   The rebels, with all that belonged to them, were, as an
   accursed thing, devoted to utter destruction.  (Le 27:28, 29.
   Jos 7:13-15, 23-26.)  The people therefore were forbidden to
   touch anything belonging to them; that they might enter a
   solemn protest against their wickedness, acknowledge the
   justice of their punishment, and express their fear of being
   involved in it.

  21-24  Ge 19:12-14  De 13:17  Isa 52:11  Mt 10:14  Ac 8:20  13:51 
  2Co 6:17  1Ti 5:22  Re 18:4 

经文:

民数记 16:27-16:27

注释:

 * and stood.
  2Ki 9:30,31  Job 9:4  40:10,11  Pr 16:18  18:12  Isa 28:14 

经文:

民数记 16:28-16:28

注释:

 * Hereby.
  Ex 3:12  4:1-9  7:9  De 18:22  Zec 2:9  4:9  Joh 5:36  11:42  14:11 
 * for I have.
   {Kee lo millibbee,} "and that not out of my heart."  It was
   not of my own device or contrivance.  It was not out of an
   ambitious desire to be great myself that I took upon me the
   government, nor out of private affection to my brother, that I
   appointed him and his family to the priesthood.

 * of mine.
  24:13  1Ki 18:36  Jer 23:16  Eze 13:17  Joh 5:30  6:38 

经文:

民数记 16:29-16:29

注释:

 * the common, etc.  Heb. as every man dieth.  visited.
  Ex 20:5  32:34  Job 35:15  Isa 10:3  Jer 5:9  La 4:22 
 * the Lord.
  1Ki 22:28  2Ch 18:27 

经文:

民数记 16:30-16:30

注释:

 * make a new thing.
   Heb. create a creature; {w(8969)m beriah yivra Yehowah,} "And if
   Jehovah should create a creation," i.e., do such a thing as
   was never done before.

  Job 31:3  Isa 28:21  43:19  45:7,12  Jer 31:22 
 * and they.
  33  Ps 55:15 

经文:

民数记 16:31-16:31

注释:

  26:10,11  27:3  De 11:6  Ps 106:17,18 

经文:

民数记 16:32-16:32

注释:

 * the earth.
  30  Ge 4:11  Isa 5:14  Re 12:16 
 * all the.
  17  26:11  27:3  1Ch 6:22,37  Ps 84:1  85:1  88:1  *titles 

经文:

民数记 16:33-16:33

注释:

 * into the.
  Ps 9:15  55:23  69:15  143:7  Isa 14:9,15  Eze 32:18,30 
 * they perished.
  Jude 1:11 

经文:

民数记 16:34-16:34

注释:

 * fled.
  Isa 33:3  Zec 14:5  Re 6:15-17 
 * Lest.
  17:12,13 

经文:

民数记 16:35-16:35

注释:

 * And there.
  11:1  26:10  Le 10:2  Ps 106:18 
 * two hundred.
  2,17 

经文:

民数记 16:36-16:36

注释:

  36 

经文:

民数记 16:37-16:37

注释:

 * the censers.
  7,18 
 * hallowed.
   {Kadashoo,} consecrated, i.e., to the service of God, though
   in this instance, improperly employed.

  Le 27:28 

经文:

民数记 16:38-16:38

注释:

 * sinners.
  1Ki 2:23  Pr 1:18  8:36  20:2  Hab 2:10 
 * a sign.
  40  17:10  26:10  Eze 14:8  1Co 10:11  2Pe 2:6 

经文:

民数记 16:39-16:39

注释:

  39 

经文:

民数记 16:40-16:40

注释:

 * that no.
  3:10,38  18:4-7  Le 22:10  2Ch 26:18-20  Jude 1:11 
 * come near.
  1Ki 13:1-3  2Ch 26:16-21 

经文:

民数记 16:41-16:41

注释:

 * on the morrow.
   It is not unlikely, that the people persuaded themselves that
   Moses and Aaron had used some cunning in this business and
   that the earthquake and fire were artificial; for, had they
   discerned the hand of God in this punishment, they would
   scarcely have dared the anger of the Lord in the very face of
   his justice.  And while they thus absurdly imputed this
   judgement to Moses and Aaron, they impiously called the
   persons, thus perishing in their rebellion, "the people of the
   Lord!"

 * all the.
  1-7  14:2  Ps 106:13,23,25-48  Isa 26:11 
 * Ye have.
  3  2Sa 16:7,8  1Ki 18:17  Jer 37:13,14  38:4  43:3  Am 7:10  Mt 5:11 
  Ac 5:28  21:28  2Co 6:8 

经文:

民数记 16:42-16:42

注释:

 * when the.
  19 
 * the glory.
  19  14:10  20:6  Ex 16:7,10  24:16  40:34,35  Le 9:23 

经文:

民数记 16:43-16:43

注释:

  43 

经文:

民数记 16:44-16:44

注释:

  44 

经文:

民数记 16:45-16:45

注释:

 * Get you up.
  21,24,26 
 * And they.
  22  20:6  1Ch 21:16  Mt 26:39 

经文:

民数记 16:46-16:46

注释:

 * from off.
  Le 9:24  10:1  16:12,13  Isa 6:6,7  Ro 5:9,10  Heb 7:25-27  9:25,26 
  Re 8:3-5 
 * and put.
  Ps 141:2  Mal 1:11 
 * an atonement.
  Ex 30:7-10  Le 16:11-16  1Jo 2:1,2 
 * there is wrath.
  1:53  8:19  11:33  18:5  Le 10:6  1Ch 27:24  Ps 106:29 
 * the plague is begun.
   God now punished them by a secret blast, so as to put the
   matter beyond dispute; His hand, and His alone, was seen, not
   only in the plague, but in the manner in which the mortality
   was arrested.  It was necessary that it should be done in this
   way, that the whole congregation might see that these men who
   had perished were not "the people of the Lord," and that God,
   not Moses and Aaron, had destroyed them.

经文:

民数记 16:47-16:47

注释:

 * and ran.
  Mt 5:44  Ro 12:21 
 * and behold.
  Ps 106:29 
 * and he put.
  46  De 33:10,11  Isa 53:10-12 

经文:

民数记 16:48-16:48

注释:

   What the plague was we know not; but it seems from this to
   have begun at one part of the camp, and to have proceeded
   regularly onward.

  18,35  25:8-11  2Sa 24:16,17,25  1Ch 21:26,27  1Th 1:10 
  1Ti 2:5,6  Heb 7:24,25  Jas 5:16  Joh 5:14 

经文:

民数记 16:49-16:49

注释:

 * fourteen thousand.
  32-35  25:9  1Ch 21:14  Heb 2:1-3  10:28,29  12:25 

经文:

民数记 16:50-16:50

注释:

  43  1Ch 21:26-30 

经文:

民数记 17:1-17:1

注释:

  1;  Aaron,s rod, among all the rods of the tribes, only
     flourishes.
 10;  It is left for a monument against the rebels.

  1 

经文:

民数记 17:2-17:2

注释:

 * a rod.
   The word {matteh} signifies a staff, or sceptre, which the
   prince or chief of each tribe bore, and which was the sign of
   office or royalty among almost all the people of the earth.

 * all their princes.
  1:5-16  2:3-30  10:14-27 
 * twelve rods.
  Ge 49:10  Ex 4:2,17  Ps 110:2  125:3  Eze 19:14  21:10,13 
  Eze 37:16-20  Mic 7:14 

经文:

民数记 17:3-17:3

注释:

  3:2,3  18:1,7  Ex 6:16,20 

经文:

民数记 17:4-17:4

注释:

  Ex 25:16-22  29:42,43  30:6,36 

经文:

民数记 17:5-17:5

注释:

 * Whom I.
  16:5 
 * blossom.
  8  Isa 5:24  11:1  27:6  35:1,2  Ho 14:5 
 * I will.
  10  Isa 13:11  Eze 16:41  23:27 
 * they murmur.
  16:11 

经文:

民数记 17:6-17:6

注释:

 * a rod a-piece, for each prince one.  Heb. a rod for one
   prince, a rod for one prince.  See on ver.
  2 

经文:

民数记 17:7-17:7

注释:

  18:2  Ex 38:21  Ac 7:44 

经文:

民数记 17:8-17:8

注释:

 * the rod of Aaron.
   This fact was so unquestionably miraculous, that no doubt
   could remain on the minds of the people, or the envious
   chiefs, of the divine appointment of Aaron:  and as there were
   buds, blossoms, and fruit on the rod at the same time, which
   was never the case with branches in the natural and ordinary
   course, this evidently proved the miracle, and took away all
   suspicion of the fraud which has been impiously suggested,
   that Moses had taken away Aaron's rod in the night time, and
   put a living branch of an almond tree in the room of it.  A
   sceptre or staff of office resuming its vegetative life, was
   considered an absolute impossibility among the ancients; and
   as they were accustomed to swear by their sceptres, this
   circumstance was added to confirm the oath.

 * budded.
  5  Ge 40:10  Ps 110:2  132:17,18  So 2:3  Isa 4:2  Eze 17:24 
  Eze 19:12,14  Joh 15:1-6 

经文:

民数记 17:9-17:9

注释:

  9 

经文:

民数记 17:10-17:10

注释:

 * Bring Aaron's.
  Heb 9:4 
 * for a token.
  16:38,40  Ex 16:32  De 31:19-26 
 * rebels.  Heb. children of rebellion.
  1Sa 2:12  30:22  Ps 57:4  Isa 1:2  Ho 10:9  Eph 2:2,3  5:6 
 * and thou.
  5 

经文:

民数记 17:11-17:11

注释:

  11 

经文:

民数记 17:12-17:12

注释:

 * Behold.
  26:11  Ps 90:7  Pr 19:3  Isa 57:16  Heb 12:5 
 * we die.
   {Gawanoo,} "we expire:"  it signifies not so much to die
   simply, as to feel an extreme difficulty in breathing, which
   producing suffocation, ends at last in death.  See the folly
   and extravagance of this sinful people, in thus rebelling
   against the authority of those whom Jehovah had appointed to
   be their rulers.

经文:

民数记 17:13-17:13

注释:

 * Whosoever.
  1:51-53  18:4-7 
 * any thing.
  Ge 3:3  1Sa 6:19-21  2Sa 6:6-12  1Ch 13:11-13  15:13  Ps 130:3,4 
  Ac 5:5,11-14  Eph 2:13  Heb 10:19-22 
 * consumed.
  16:26  32:13  De 2:16  Job 34:14,15  Ps 90:7  Isa 28:22 

经文:

民数记 18:1-18:1

注释:

  1;  The charge of the priests and Levites.
  8;  The priests' portion.
 21;  The Levites' portion.
 25;  The heave offering to the priests out of the Levites'
     portion.

 * Aaron, Thou.
  17:3,7,13  Heb 4:15 
 * shall bear.
   To counterbalance the high honour conferred on Aaron and his
   family, and to allay the fears and abate the envy of the
   people, it is here declared, that the priest must bear the
   blame of everything which was not properly conducted in the
   sanctuary.

  22  14:34  Ex 28:38  Le 22:9  Isa 53:6,11  Eze 3:18,19 
  Ac 20:26,27  Heb 13:17  1Pe 2:24 

经文:

民数记 18:2-18:2

注释:

 * joined unto thee.
   There is a fine paronomasia in the original.  Levi is desired
   from {lawah,} to join, couple, associate; hence Moses says,
   the Levites {yillawoo,} "shall be joined," or associated, with
   the priests:  they shall conjointly perform the sacred office,
   but the priests shall be principal, the Levites their
   associates or assistants.

  4  Ge 29:34 
 * minister.
  3:6-9  8:19,22 
 * but thou.
  3:10-13  4:15  16:40  17:7  1Ch 16:39,40  2Ch 30:16  Eze 44:15 

经文:

民数记 18:3-18:3

注释:

 * only they.
  3:25,31,36  4:19,20  16:40 
 * neither.
  4:15 

经文:

民数记 18:4-18:4

注释:

 * a stranger.
  1:51  3:10  1Sa 6:19  2Sa 6:6,7 

经文:

民数记 18:5-18:5

注释:

 * And ye.
  8:2  Ex 27:21  30:7-10  Le 24:3  1Ch 9:19,23,33  24:5  1Ti 1:18 
  1Ti 3:15  5:21  6:20 
 * no wrath.
  8:19  16:46  Jer 23:15  Zec 10:3 

经文:

民数记 18:6-18:6

注释:

 * And I.
  Ge 6:17  9:9  Ex 14:17  31:6  Isa 48:15  51:12  Eze 34:11,20 
 * I have.
  3:12,45 
 * given.
  3:9  8:16-19 

经文:

民数记 18:7-18:7

注释:

 * Therefore thou.
  5  3:10 
 * within.
  Le 16:2,12-14  Heb 9:3-6 
 * as a service.
  16:5-7  1Sa 2:28  Joh 3:27  Ro 15:15,16  Eph 3:8  Heb 5:4 
 * the stranger.
  4  3:38  16:40 

经文:

民数记 18:8-18:8

注释:

 * the charge.
  9  Le 6:16,18,20,26  7:6,32-34  10:14,15  De 12:6,11  26:13 
 * by reason.
  Ex 29:21,29  40:13,15  Le 7:35  8:30  21:10  Isa 10:27  Heb 1:9 
  1Jo 2:20,27 

经文:

民数记 18:9-18:9

注释:

 * every meat.
  Le 2:2,3  10:12,13 
 * every sin.
  Le 4:22,27  6:25,26  10:17 
 * every trespass.
  Le 5:1,6  7:1,7  10:12  14:13 

经文:

民数记 18:10-18:10

注释:

 * In the.
  Ex 29:31,32  Le 6:16,26,29  7:6  10:13,17  14:13 
 * every male.
  Le 6:18,29  7:6  21:22 

经文:

民数记 18:11-18:11

注释:

 * the heave.
  8  Ex 29:27,28  Le 7:14,30-34 
 * unto thee.
  Le 10:14  De 18:3 
 * every one.
  Le 22:2,3,11-13 

经文:

民数记 18:12-18:12

注释:

 * best of the oil.  Heb. fat.
  29 
 * the first-fruits.
  15:19-21  Ex 22:29  23:19  34:26  Le 2:14  23:17,20  De 18:4 
  De 26:2  Ne 10:35-37 

经文:

民数记 18:13-18:13

注释:

 * whatsoever.
  Ex 22:29  Jer 24:2  Ho 9:10  Mic 7:1 
 * every one.
  11 

经文:

民数记 18:14-18:14

注释:

  Le 27:28  Eze 44:29  *marg: 

经文:

民数记 18:15-18:15

注释:

 * openeth.
  3:13  Ex 13:2,12  22:29  34:20  Le 27:26 
 * the firstborn.
  Ex 13:13  34:20  Le 27:27 

经文:

民数记 18:16-18:16

注释:

 * shalt thou redeem.
   Redemption of the firstborn is one of the rites which are
   still practised among the Jews.  According to Leo of Modena,
   it is performed in the following manner:--When the child is
   thirty days old, the father sends for one of the descendants
   of Aaron:  several persons being assembled on the occasion,
   the father brings a cup, containing several pieces of gold and
   silver coin.  The priest then takes the child into his arms,
   and addressing himself to the mother, he says, "Is this thy
   son?"  Mother.  "Yes."  Priest.  "Hast thou never had another
   child, male or female, a miscarriage, or untimely birth?"
   Mother.  "No."  Priest.  "This being the case, this child, as
   firstborn, belongs to me."  Then turning to the father, he
   says, "If it be thy desire to have this child, thou must
   redeem it."  Father.  "I present thee with this gold and
   silver for this purpose."  Priest.  "Thou dost wish,
   therefore, to redeem this child?"  Father.  "I do wish so to
   do."  The priest then turning himself to the assembly, says,
   "Very well:  this child, as first-born, is mine; as it is
   written in Bemidbar, (ch. 18:16,) Thou shalt redeem the
   first-born of a month old for five shekels; but I shall
   content myself with this in exchange."  He then takes two gold
   crowns, or thereabouts, and returns the child to his parents.

 * according.
  3:47  Le 27:2-7 
 * which is.
  Ex 30:13  Le 27:25  Eze 45:12 

经文:

民数记 18:17-18:17

注释:

 * the firstling.
  De 15:19-22 
 * thou shalt.
  Ex 29:16  Le 3:2-5 

经文:

民数记 18:18-18:18

注释:

  Ex 29:26-28  Le 7:31-34 

经文:

民数记 18:19-18:19

注释:

 * the heave.
  8,11  15:19-21  31:29,41  Le 7:14  De 12:6  2Ch 31:4 
 * it is a.
  Le 2:13  2Ch 13:5 

经文:

民数记 18:20-18:20

注释:

 * Thou shalt have.
   The principal part of what was offered to God was the portion
   of the priests; who had no inheritance of land in Israel.  The
   Rabbins say, 24; gifts were given to the priests; all of which
   are expressed in the law.  Eight were only eaten in the
   sanctuary:  1.  The flesh of the sin-offering.  (Le 6:25, 26.)
   2.  The flesh of the trespass-offering.  (Le 7:1, 6.) 3.  The
   peace-offering of the congregation.  (Le 23:19, 20.) 4.  The
   remainder of the sheaf.  ( Le 23:10.)  5.  The remnants of the
   meat-offerings.  (Le 6:16.)  6.  The two loaves.  (Le 23:17.)
   7.  The shew-bread.  (Le 24:9.)  8.  The log of oil offered by
   the leper.  (Le 14:10.)  Five they ate only at Jerusalem:  1.
   The breast and shoulder of the peace-offerings.  (Le 7:31-34.)
   2.  The heave-offering of confession.  (Le 7:12-14.)  3.  The
   heave-offering of the Nazarite's ram.  (Le 6:17-20.)  4.  The
   firstling.  (ch.  18:15.)  5.  The first-fruits.  (18:13.)
   Five were due to them only in the land of Israel:  1.  The
   heave-offering of first-fruits.  (ver. 12.)  2.  Of the tithe.
   (ver. 28.)  3.  The cake.  (ch. 15:20.)  4.  The first of the
   fleece.  (De 18:4.)  5.  The field of possession.  (ch. 35.)
   Five were due both within and without the land:  1.  The gifts
   of slain beasts.  (De 18:3.)  2.  The redemption of the
   first-born.  (ver. 15.)  3.  The lamb for a firstling ass.
   (Ex 4:20.)  4.  That taken by violence from a stranger.  (ch.
   5:8.)  5.  All devoted things.  One was from the sanctuary,
   the skins, etc.  (Le 7:8.)

 * no inheritance.
  23,24  26:62  De 10:9  12:12  14:27,29  Jos 14:3 
 * I am thy part.
  De 18:1,2  Jos 13:14,33  14:3  18:7  Ps 16:5  73:26  142:5  La 3:24 
  Eze 44:28  1Co 3:21-23  Re 21:3 

经文:

民数记 18:21-18:21

注释:

 * the tenth.
  24-26  Le 27:30-32  De 12:17-19  14:22-29  2Ch 31:5,6,12 
  Ne 10:37-29  12:44  13:12 
 * even the service.
  6  3:7,8  1Co 9:13,14  Ga 6:6 

经文:

民数记 18:22-18:22

注释:

 * come nigh.
  7  1:52  3:10,38 
 * bear sin.
  Le 20:20  22:9 
 * and die.  Heb. to die.

经文:

民数记 18:23-18:23

注释:

 * do the service.
  3:7 
 * among.
  20 

经文:

民数记 18:24-18:24

注释:

  Mal 3:8-10 

经文:

民数记 18:25-18:25

注释:

  25 

经文:

民数记 18:26-18:26

注释:

 * then ye shall.
  19 
 * a tenth part.
  Ne 10:38 

经文:

民数记 18:27-18:27

注释:

 * as though.
  Le 6:19-23 
 * the corn.
  30  15:20  De 15:14  2Ki 6:27  Ho 9:1,2 

经文:

民数记 18:28-18:28

注释:

 * and ye shall.
  Ge 14:18  Heb 6:20  7:1-10 

经文:

民数记 18:29-18:29

注释:

 * best.  Heb. fat.
  12 

经文:

民数记 18:30-18:30

注释:

 * the best.
  28  Ge 43:11  De 6:5  Pr 3:9,10  Mal 1:8  Mt 6:33  10:37-39 
  Php 3:8,9 
 * then it shall.
  27 

经文:

民数记 18:31-18:31

注释:

 * in every.
  De 14:22,23 
 * your reward.
  Mt 10:10  Lu 10:7  1Co 9:10-14  2Co 12:13  Ga 6:6  1Ti 5:17,18 

经文:

民数记 18:32-18:32

注释:

 * bear.
  22  Le 19:8 
 * pollute.
  Le 22:2,15  Mal 1:7  1Co 11:27,29 

经文:

民数记 19:1-19:1

注释:

  1;  The water of separation made of the ashes of a red heifer.
 11;  The law for the use of it in purification of the unclean.

  1 

经文:

民数记 19:2-19:2

注释:

 * the ordinance.
  31:21  Heb 9:10 
 * a red heifer.
   The following curious particulars have been remarked in this
   ordinance:  1.  A heifer was appointed for sacrifice, in
   opposition to the Egyptian superstition, which held these
   sacred, and worshipped their goddess Isis under this form; and
   this appears the more likely, because males only were chosen
   for sacrifice.  So Herodotus says, they sacrifice males, both
   old and young; but it is not lawful for them to offer females.
   2.  It was to be a red heifer, because the Egyptians
   sacrificed red bulls to the evil demon Typhon.  3.  It was to
   be without spot, having no mixture of any other colour.
   Plutarch says, the Egyptians "sacrifice red bulls, and select
   them with such scrupulous attention, that if the animal has a
   single black or white hair, they reckon it [athuton,] unfit
   to be sacrificed."  4.  Without blemish.  (See note on Le
   22:21.)  5.  On which never came yoke:  because an animal
   which had been used for a common purpose was deemed improper
   for sacrifice.

  6  Le 14:6  Isa 1:18  Re 1:5 
 * no blemish.  See on
  Ex 12:5  Le 22:20-25  Mal 1:13,14  Lu 1:35  Heb 7:26  1Pe 1:19 
  1Pe 2:22 
 * upon which.
  De 21:3  1Sa 6:7  La 1:14  Joh 10:17,18  Php 2:6-8 

经文:

民数记 19:3-19:3

注释:

 * without the camp.
  5:2  15:36  Le 4:12,21  13:45,46  16:27  24:14  Heb 13:11-13 

经文:

民数记 19:4-19:4

注释:

 * sprinkle.
  Le 4:6,17  16:14,19  Heb 9:13,14  12:24  1Pe 1:2 

经文:

民数记 19:5-19:5

注释:

  Ex 29:14  Le 4:11,12,21  Ps 22:14  Isa 53:10 

经文:

民数记 19:6-19:6

注释:

  Le 14:4,6,49  Ps 51:7  Isa 1:18  Heb 9:19-23 

经文:

民数记 19:7-19:7

注释:

  8,19  Le 11:25,40  14:8,9  15:5  16:26-28 

经文:

民数记 19:8-19:8

注释:

  8 

经文:

民数记 19:9-19:9

注释:

 * clean.
  18  9:13  2Co 5:21  Heb 7:26  9:13 
 * lay them up.
  17 
 * a water of separation.
   That is, water prepared by being mixed with the ashes of the
   heifer, and set apart for the special purpose of being
   sprinkled on those who had contracted any legal defilement.
   To this rite the apostle Paul, in his epistle to the Hebrews.
   (ch. 9:13, 14,) pointedly alludes:  "For if," says he, "the
   blood of bulls and of goats," alluding, probably, to the
   sin-offerings and the scape-goat, "and the ashes of a heifer
   sprinkling the unclean, sanctifieth to the purifying of the
   flesh; how much more shall the blood of Christ, who, through
   the eternal Spirit, offered himself without spot unto God,
   purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living
   God."

  13,20,21  6:12  31:23,24  Le 15:20  Zec 13:1  2Co 7:1 

经文:

民数记 19:10-19:10

注释:

 * wash his.
  7,8,19 
 * it shall be.
  15:15,16  Ex 12:49  Ro 3:29,30  Col 3:11 

经文:

民数记 19:11-19:11

注释:

 * toucheth the dead.
   He who touched a dead beast was only unclean for one day,
   (Le 11:12, 27, 39;) but he who touches a dead man is unclean
   for seven days.  This was certainly designed to show the
   peculiar impurity and sinfulness of man, and the hatefulness
   of sin, seven times worse than the vilest animal!

  16  5:2  9:6,10  31:19  Le 11:31  21:1,11  La 4:14  Hag 2:13 
  Ro 5:12  2Co 6:17  Eph 2:1  Heb 9:14 
 * man.  Heb. soul of man.

经文:

民数记 19:12-19:12

注释:

 * He shall purify.
   "Yithchatta," literally, "he shall sin himself," i.e., not add
   sin, but take it away, purify.  So we say to fleece, and to
   skin, which do not signify to add a fleece, or a skin, but to
   take one away.

  17,18  Ps 51:7  Eze 36:25  Ac 15:9  Re 7:14 
 * third day.
  31:19  Ex 19:11,15  Le 7:17  Ho 6:2  1Co 15:3,4 

经文:

民数记 19:13-19:13

注释:

 * purifieth.
  15:30  Le 5:3,6,17  15:31  Heb 2:2,3  10:29  Re 21:8  22:11,15 
 * the water.
  9,18  8:7 
 * his uncleanness.
  Le 7:20  22:3  Pr 14:32  Joh 8:24 

经文:

民数记 19:14-19:14

注释:

  14 

经文:

民数记 19:15-19:15

注释:

  31:20  Le 11:32  14:36 

经文:

民数记 19:16-19:16

注释:

 * toucheth.
  11  31:19 
 * a bone.
  Eze 39:11-16 
 * a grave.
  Mt 23:27  Lu 11:44 

经文:

民数记 19:17-19:17

注释:

 * ashes.  Heb. dust.
  9 
 * running water shall be put thereto.  Heb. living waters shall
   be given.
  Ge 26:19  *marg: 
  So 4:15  Joh 4:10,11  7:38  Re 7:17 

经文:

民数记 19:18-19:18

注释:

  9  Ps 51:7  Eze 36:25-27  Joh 15:2,3  17:17,19  1Co 1:30  Heb 9:14 

经文:

民数记 19:19-19:19

注释:

 * shall sprinkle.
  Eph 5:25-27  Tit 2:14  3:3-5  1Jo 1:7  2:1,2  Jude 1:23  Re 1:5,6 
 * on the seventh day he.
  12  31:19  Ge 2:2  Le 14:9 

经文:

民数记 19:20-19:20

注释:

 * shall not.
  13  15:30  Ge 17:14  Mr 16:16  Ac 13:39-41  Ro 2:4,5  2Pe 3:14 
  Re 22:11 

经文:

民数记 19:21-19:21

注释:

  Le 11:25,40  16:26-28  Heb 7:19  9:10,13,14  10:4 

经文:

民数记 19:22-19:22

注释:

 * whatsoever.
  Le 7:19  Hag 2:13 
 * the soul.
  Le 15:5  Mt 15:19,20  Mr 7:21-23 

经文:

民数记 20:1-20:1

注释:

  1;  The children of Israel come to Zin, where Miriam dies.
  2;  They murmur for want of water.
  7;  Moses smiting the rock, brings forth water at Meribah.
 14;  Moses at Kadesh desires passage through Edom, which is
     denied him.
 22;  At mount Hor Aaron resigns his place to Eleazar, and dies.

 * An. Ex. Is. 40.  Then.
   This was the first month of the fortieth year after the
   departure from Egypt.  (Compare ch. 33:38, with ver. 28; of
   this chap. and De 1:3.)  This year was the last of their
   journeyings, for from the going out of the spies (ch. 13) unto
   this time, was about thirty-eight years.

  De 1:22,23  2:14 
 * into.
  13:21  27:14  33:36  De 32:51 
 * Kadesh.
   This Kadesh in the wilderness of Zin, is different from
   Kadesh-barnea, lying in, or adjoining to the wilderness of
   Paran, about eight leagues south of Hebron.  (See ch. 34:3, 4.
   Jos 15:1, 3.)  Kadesh is called Rekam, by the Targumists,
   Rekem, in the Syriac, and Rakim, in Arabic.  Rekem, says Rabbi
   Nissin, (in Gittin, ch. 1.) is on the east, meaning of the
   land of Israel.

  16  Ps 29:8 
 * Miriam.
  12:1,10,15  26:59  Ex 2:4,7  15:20  Mic 6:4 

经文:

民数记 20:2-20:2

注释:

 * no.
  Ex 15:23,24  17:1-4 
 * gathered.
  11:1-6  16:3,19,42  21:5  Ex 16:2,7,12  1Co 10:10,11 

经文:

民数记 20:3-20:3

注释:

 * God.
  14:1,2  Ex 16:2,3  17:2  Job 3:10,11 
 * when.
  11:1,33,34  14:36,37  16:31-35,49  La 4:9 

经文:

民数记 20:4-20:4

注释:

 * why.
  11:5  Ex 5:21  17:3  Ps 106:21  Ac 7:35,39,40 
 * that we.
  16:13,14,41  Ex 14:11,12  16:3 

经文:

民数记 20:5-20:5

注释:

 * this evil.
  16:14  De 8:15  Ne 9:21  Jer 2:2,6  Eze 20:36 
 * no place of.  i.e., "no place for sowing."

经文:

民数记 20:6-20:6

注释:

 * they fell.
  14:5  16:4,22,45  Ex 17:4  Jos 7:6  1Ch 21:16  Ps 109:3,4 
  Mt 26:39 
 * the glory.
  12:5  14:10  16:19,42  Ex 16:10 

经文:

民数记 20:7-20:7

注释:

  7 

经文:

民数记 20:8-20:8

注释:

 * the rod.
  21:15,18  Ex 4:2,17  7:20  14:16  17:5,9 
 * speak.
  Ge 18:14  Jos 6:5,20  Ps 33:9  Mt 21:21  Mr 11:22-24  Lu 11:13 
  Joh 4:10-14  16:24  Ac 1:14  2:1-4  Re 22:1,17 
 * bring forth.
  11  Ne 9:15  Ps 78:15,16  105:41  114:8  Isa 41:17,18  43:20 
  Isa 48:21 

经文:

民数记 20:9-20:9

注释:

  17:10 

经文:

民数记 20:10-20:10

注释:

  De 9:24  Ps 106:32,33  Mt 5:22  Lu 9:54,55  Ac 23:3-5  Eph 4:26 
  Jas 3:2 
 * we fetch.
  11:22,23  Ge 40:8  41:16  Da 2:28-30  Ac 3:12-16  14:9-15 
  Ro 15:17-19  1Co 3:7 

经文:

民数记 20:11-20:11

注释:

 * smote.
  8  Le 10:1  1Sa 15:13,14,19,24  1Ki 13:21-24  1Ch 13:9,10 
  1Ch 15:2,13  Mt 28:20  Jas 1:20 
 * the water.
  Ex 17:6  De 8:15  Ho 13:5  1Co 10:4 

经文:

民数记 20:12-20:12

注释:

 * Because ye believed.
  11:21,22  2Ch 20:20  Isa 7:9  Mt 17:17,20  Lu 1:20,45  Ro 4:20 
 * sanctify.
  27:14  Le 10:3  De 1:37  32:51  Isa 8:13  Eze 20:41  36:23  38:10 
  1Pe 3:15 
 * ye shall.
  24  11:15  De 3:23-26  32:49,50  34:4  Jos 1:2  Joh 1:17 

经文:

民数记 20:13-20:13

注释:

 * the water.
  De 33:8  Ps 95:8  106:32-48 
 * Meribah.  i.e., Strife.
  Ex 17:7  De 32:51 
 * Meribah-Kadesh.  he was.
  Isa 5:16  Eze 20:41  36:23  38:16 

经文:

民数记 20:14-20:14

注释:

 * Moses.
  Jud 11:16,17 
 * thy brother.
  Ge 32:3,4  De 2:4-25  23:7  Ob 1:10-12  Mal 1:2 
 * befallen us.  Heb. found us.
  Ex 18:8 

经文:

民数记 20:15-20:15

注释:

 * our fathers.
  Ge 46:6  Ac 7:15 
 * dwelt.
  Ge 15:13  Ex 12:40 
 * vexed us.
  11:5  16:13  Ex 1:11-14,16,22  5:14  De 26:6  Ac 7:19 

经文:

民数记 20:16-20:16

注释:

 * we cried.
  Ex 2:23,24  3:7-9  6:5  14:10 
 * sent an.
  Ex 3:2-6  14:19  23:20  33:2 

经文:

民数记 20:17-20:17

注释:

  21:1,22-24  De 2:1-4,27,29 

经文:

民数记 20:18-20:18

注释:

  18 

经文:

民数记 20:19-20:19

注释:

  De 2:6,28 

经文:

民数记 20:20-20:20

注释:

 * Thou shalt.
  18  Ge 27:41  32:6  Jud 11:17,20  Ps 120:7  Eze 35:5-11 
  Am 1:11 
 * And Edom.
  Ob 1:10-15 

经文:

民数记 20:21-20:21

注释:

 * refused.
  De 2:27,29 
 * wherefore.
  De 2:4-8  23:7  Jud 11:18,24 

经文:

民数记 20:22-20:22

注释:

 * Kadesh.
  1,14,16  13:26  33:36,37  Eze 47:19  48:28 
 * mount Hor.
   Mount Hor was situated in Arabia Petr(9161), on the confines of
   Edom.  It is described by Burckhardt, as being situated on the
   western side of a valley called Wady Mousa; in which are found
   the ruins of the ancient Petra, and which is two long days'
   journey north-east of Accaba (on the northern point of the
   Elanitic gulf of the Red sea,) in the Djebel Shera, or mount
   Seir, and on the east side of the Araba, the valley which
   forms the continuation of that of the Jordan.  On the summit
   of the mountain is the tomb of Haroun, or Aaron, which is held
   in great veneration by the Arabs; which agrees with the
   testimonies of Josephus, Eusebius, and Jerome, all persons
   well acquainted with these countries, who agree in proving
   that the sepulchre of Aaron, in mount Hor, was near Petra.
   When visited by Mr. Legh, it was attended by a crippled Arab
   hermit, about 80; years of age, who conducted them into a small
   white building, crowned by a cupola, that contains the tomb of
   Aaron.  The monument is of stone, about three feet high; and
   round the chamber where it stood were suspended beads, etc.,
   the votive offerings of the devotees.

  21:4  33:37,38  34:7 

经文:

民数记 20:23-20:23

注释:

  23 

经文:

民数记 20:24-20:24

注释:

 * gathered.
  27:13  31:2  Ge 15:15  25:8,17  35:29  49:29,33  De 32:50  Jud 2:10 
  2Ch 34:28 
 * because ye.
  11,12 
 * word.  Heb. mouth.
  4:27  *marg: 
  De 32:50 

经文:

民数记 20:25-20:25

注释:

  33:38,39 

经文:

民数记 20:26-20:26

注释:

  Ex 29:29,30  Isa 22:21,22  Heb 7:11,23,24 

经文:

民数记 20:27-20:27

注释:

  27 

经文:

民数记 20:28-20:28

注释:

 * Moses.
  26  33:38-49  Ex 29:29,30 
 * put them.
  27:16-23  De 31:7,8  34:9  1Ch 22:11,12,17  28:5-9  Ac 20:25-29 
  2Pe 1:15 
 * died there.
  33:38,39  De 10:6  32:49,50  34:5  Heb 7:24,25 

经文:

民数记 20:29-20:29

注释:

  Ge 1:10  De 34:8  2Ch 35:24,25  Ac 8:2 

经文:

民数记 21:1-21:1

注释:

  1;  Israel destroys the Canaanites at Hormah.
  4;  The people murmuring are plagued with fiery serpents.
  7;  They repenting are healed by a brazen serpent.
 10;  Sundry journeys of the Israelites.
 21;  Sihon is overcome,
 33;  and Og.

 * Arad.
  33:40  Jos 12:14  Jud 1:16 
 * the way of the spies.
   Dr. Kennicott remarks, that the word {atharim,} rendered spies
   in our version, is in the Greek a proper name ([Atharein,]
   Atharim).

  13:21,22  14:45 
 * then.
  De 2:32  Jos 7:5  11:19,20  Ps 44:3,4 

经文:

民数记 21:2-21:2

注释:

 * vowed.
  Ge 28:20  Jud 11:30  1Sa 1:11  2Sa 15:7,8  Ps 56:12,13  116:18 
  Ps 132:2 
 * I will.
  Le 27:28,29  De 13:15  Jos 6:17,26  1Co 16:22 

经文:

民数记 21:3-21:3

注释:

 * hearkened.
  Ps 10:17  91:15  102:17 
 * and they utterly.
   {Wyyacharem,} rather with the LXX. [kai anethematisen,]
   "and they anathematised, or devoted them to destruction;" for
   it is certain that these Canaanites and Arad were not utterly
   destroyed till the time of Joshua.  (Jos 12:14.)

 * the name.
  14:45  De 1:44  1Sa 30:30 
   {Hormah,} that is, utter destruction.  {Chormah,} rather a
   devoting to destruction:  so LXX. [Anathema,] and
   Tremellius, {devotio sive anathema.}

经文:

民数记 21:4-21:4

注释:

 * mount Hor.
  20:22,23,27  33:41 
 * by the way.
  14:25  De 1:40 
 * compass.
  20:18-21  De 2:5-8  Jud 11:18 
 * the soul.
  32:7,9  Ex 6:9  Ac 14:22  1Th 3:3,4 
 * discouraged.  or, grieved.  Heb. shortened.
  Ex 6:9 

经文:

民数记 21:5-21:5

注释:

 * spake.
  11:1-6  14:1-4  16:13,14,41  17:12  Ex 14:11  15:24  16:2,3,7,8 
  Ex 17:2,3  Ps 68:6  78:19 
 * and our soul.
  11:6-9  Ex 16:15,31  Ps 78:24,25  Pr 27:7 

经文:

民数记 21:6-21:6

注释:

  Ge 3:14,15  De 8:15  Isa 14:29  30:6  Jer 8:17  Am 9:3,4  1Co 10:9 

经文:

民数记 21:7-21:7

注释:

 * We have.
  Ex 9:27,28  1Sa 12:19  15:24,30  Ps 78:34  Mt 27:4 
 * pray.
  Ex 8:8,28  1Ki 13:6  Jer 37:3  Ac 8:24  Jas 5:16 
 * And Moses.
  11:2  14:17-20  Ge 20:7  Ex 32:11,30  De 9:20,26-29 
  1Sa 12:20-23  Job 42:8,10  Ps 106:23  Jer 15:1  Ro 10:1 

经文:

民数记 21:8-21:8

注释:

  Ps 106:43-45  145:8 

经文:

民数记 21:9-21:9

注释:

 * A serpent of.
  2Ki 18:4  Joh 3:14,15  12:32  Ro 8:3  2Co 5:21 
 * when he.
  Isa 45:22  Zec 12:10  Joh 1:29  Heb 12:2  1Jo 3:8 
 * he lived.
  Joh 6:40  Ro 1:17  5:20,21 

经文:

民数记 21:10-21:10

注释:

  33:43-45 

经文:

民数记 21:11-21:11

注释:

 * Oboth.
   Probably Oboda, a city of Arabia Petr(9161), mentioned by Ptolemy.
   Pliny assigns it to the Helmodians; but Stephanus to the
   Nabatheans.

 * Ije-abarim.  or, heaps of Abarim.
  11 

经文:

民数记 21:12-21:12

注释:

 * the valley of Zared.
  De 2:13,14 
 * the brook Zered.

经文:

民数记 21:13-21:13

注释:

  14  22:36  De 2:24  Jud 11:18  Isa 16:2  Jer 48:20 

经文:

民数记 21:14-21:14

注释:

 * in the book.
  Jos 10:13  2Sa 1:18 
 * What he did.  or, Vaheb in Suphah.
   The following seems to be the sense of this passage:  "From
   Vaheb in Suphah, and the torrents of Arnon, even the effusion
   of the torrents, which goeth down to the dwelling of Ar, and
   lieth for the boundary of Moab; even from thence to the well;
   (which is the well of which Jehovah spake unto Moses, Gather
   the people, and I will give them water.  Then sang Israel this
   song:  Spring up, O Well!  Answer ye to it.  The well, princes
   digged it; even nobles of the people digged it, by a decree,
   upon their borders;) and from the wilderness (or the well, as
   in LXX.) to Mattanah; and from Mattanah," etc.  The whole of
   this, from ver. 14-20, is a fragment from "the book of the
   wars of Jehovah," probably a book of remembrances or
   directions written by Moses for the use of Joshua, and
   describes the several boundaries of the land of Moab.  This
   rendering removes every obscurity, and obviates every
   difficulty.

经文:

民数记 21:15-21:15

注释:

 * Ar.
  28  De 2:9,18,29  Isa 15:1 
 * lieth.  Heb. leaneth.

经文:

民数记 21:16-21:16

注释:

 * Beer.
  Jud 9:21 
 * Gather.
  20:8  Ex 17:6  Isa 12:3  41:17,18  43:20  49:10  Joh 4:10,14 
  Joh 7:37-39  Re 21:6  22:1,17 

经文:

民数记 21:17-21:17

注释:

 * sang.
  Ex 15:1,2  Jud 5:1  Ps 105:2  106:12  Isa 12:1,2,5  Jas 5:13 
 * Spring up.  Heb. ascend.  sing ye.  or answer.

经文:

民数记 21:18-21:18

注释:

 * princes.
  2Ch 17:7-9  Ne 3:1,5  1Ti 6:17,18 
 * the lawgiver.
  De 5:31  33:4  Isa 33:22  Joh 1:17  Jas 4:12 
 * And from.
  33:45-47 

经文:

民数记 21:19-21:19

注释:

  19 

经文:

民数记 21:20-21:20

注释:

 * country.  Heb. field.
  22:1  26:63  33:49,50  De 1:5 
 * to the.
  23:14  De 3:27  4:49  34:1 
 * Pisgah.  or the hill.  Jeshimon.  or, the wilderness.
  23:28 

经文:

民数记 21:21-21:21

注释:

  20:14-19  De 2:26-28  Jud 11:19-21 

经文:

民数记 21:22-21:22

注释:

  20:17 

经文:

民数记 21:23-21:23

注释:

 * Sihon would.
  De 2:30-32  29:7,8 
 * Jahaz.
  Jud 11:20  Isa 15:4  Jer 48:34 

经文:

民数记 21:24-21:24

注释:

 * Israel.
  32:1-4,33-42  De 2:31-37  29:7  Jos 9:10  12:1-3  13:8-10  24:8 
  Jud 11:21-23  12:1,2  21:8  Ne 9:22  Ps 135:10-12  136:19  Am 2:9 
 * Arnon.
  13  Ge 32:22  De 3:16 

经文:

民数记 21:25-21:25

注释:

 * dwelt.
  31  32:33-42  De 2:12 
 * in Heshbon.
   Heshbon was situated, according to Eusebius, twenty miles east
   of Jordan; and Jerome, who places it at the same distance,
   says it was, in his time, a very considerable city.  It still
   subsists, in ruins, under the name of Heshban.

  So 7:4  Isa 15:4  16:8,9  Jer 48:2,34,45 
 * villages.  Heb. daughters.
  Eze 16:46,49,53 

经文:

民数记 21:26-21:26

注释:

 * Arnon.
   Arnon is a stream which takes its rise in the mountains of
   Moab, and, by a north-west course, during which it receives
   the waters of several streams, runs into the Dead sea.  It is
   now called Wady Modjeb, and divides the province of Pelka from
   that of Kerek, as it formerly divided the kingdoms of the
   Moabites and Amorites.  Its principal source is at a short
   distance to the north-east of Katrane, a station of the Syrian
   Hadj, where it is called Seyl Sayde; and lower down it
   receives the name of Esseim el Kereim, or Szefye.

  26 

经文:

民数记 21:27-21:27

注释:

  14  Isa 14:4  Hab 2:6 

经文:

民数记 21:28-21:28

注释:

 * a fire.
  Jud 9:20  Isa 10:16  Jer 48:45,46  Am 1:4,7,10,12,14  2:2,5 
 * Ar of Moab.
  15  De 2:9,18  Isa 15:1,2 

经文:

民数记 21:29-21:29

注释:

  Jud 11:24  1Ki 11:7,33  2Ki 23:13  Jer 48:7,13,46  1Co 8:4,5 

经文:

民数记 21:30-21:30

注释:

 * have shot.
  Ge 49:23  2Sa 11:24  Ps 18:14 
 * Dibon.
  32:34  Jos 13:17  Isa 15:2,9  Jer 48:18,22 

经文:

民数记 21:31-21:31

注释:

  32:33-42  De 3:16,17  Jos 12:1-6  13:8-12 

经文:

民数记 21:32-21:32

注释:

 * Jaazer.
  32:1,35  Isa 16:8,9  Jer 48:32 
 * Jazer.

经文:

民数记 21:33-21:33

注释:

 * they turned.
  De 3:1-6  29:7  Jos 13:12 
 * Bashan.
  De 32:14  Ps 22:12  68:15  Isa 33:9  Eze 27:6  39:18  Am 4:1 
 * Og.
  32:33  De 1:4  3:1  4:47  29:7  Jos 9:10  12:4  13:30 

经文:

民数记 21:34-21:34

注释:

 * Fear him.
  14:9  De 3:2,11  20:3  31:6  Jos 10:8,25  Isa 41:13 
 * for I have.
  De 3:3  7:24  Jos 8:7  Jud 11:30  1Sa 23:4  2Sa 5:19  1Ki 20:13,28 
  2Ki 3:18 
 * thou shalt.
  24  Ps 135:10,11 
 * as thou.
  24,25 

经文:

民数记 21:35-21:35

注释:

  De 3:3-17  29:7,8  Jos 12:4-6  13:12  Ps 135:10-12  136:17-21 
  Ro 8:37 

经文:

民数记 22:1-22:1

注释:

  1;  Balak's first message for Balaam is refused.
 15;  His second message obtains him.
 22;  An angel would have slain him, if he had not been saved by
     his ass.
 36;  Balak entertains him.

 * the children.
  21:20  33:48-50  36:13  De 34:1,8 
 * on this side.
  32:19  34:15  De 1:5  3:8  Jos 3:16 

经文:

民数记 22:2-22:2

注释:

  21:3,20-35  Jud 11:25 

经文:

民数记 22:3-22:3

注释:

  Ex 15:15  De 2:25  Jos 2:10,11,24  9:24  Ps 53:5  Isa 23:5 

经文:

民数记 22:4-22:4

注释:

 * elders.
  7  25:15-18  31:8  Jos 13:21,22 
 * Now shall.
  24:17  Jer 48:38 
 * And Balak.
  2  Jud 11:25 

经文:

民数记 22:5-22:5

注释:

 * sent.
  De 23:4  Jos 13:22  24:9  Ne 13:1,2  Mic 6:5  2Pe 2:15,16 
 * son of Bosor.
  Jude 1:11  Re 2:14 
 * Pethor.
   Dr. Kennicott justly remarks, that "the description now given
   of Balaam's residence, instead of being particular, agrees
   with any place, in any country where there is a river; for he
   lived by 'Pethor, which is by the river of the land of his
   people.'  But was Pethor, then, near the Nile in Egypt?  Or in
   Canaan, near Jordan?  Or in Mesopotamia, near the Euphrates,
   and belonging to the Ammonites?  This last was in fact the
   case; and therefore, it is well that twelve Hebrew MSS. (with
   two of De Rossi's) confirm the Samaritan text here, in reading
   instead of {(836d)mo,} 'his people,' Ammon, with the Syriac and
   Vulgate versions."  Houbigant justly contends for this
   reading; and necessity urges the propriety of adopting it:
   and it thus agrees with De 23:4.  Ptolemy calls Pethor,
   Pachura, and Eusebius, Pathura; who places it in upper
   Mesopotamia.  Calmet is of opinion, that it was situated
   towards Thapsacus, beyond the Euphrates.

  23:7  De 23:4 
 * they cover.
  Ge 13:16  Ex 1:7-10  Ps 105:24 
 * face.  Heb. eye.

经文:

民数记 22:6-22:6

注释:

 * curse me.
  23:7,8  24:9  Ge 12:3  27:29  De 23:4  Jos 24:9  1Sa 17:43  Ne 13:2 
  Ps 109:17,18 
 * I wot.
  1Ki 22:6,8,13  Ps 109:28  Pr 26:2  Isa 47:12,13  Eze 13:6 
  Ac 8:9,10  16:16 

经文:

民数记 22:7-22:7

注释:

 * rewards of divination.
  1Sa 9:7,8  Isa 56:11  Eze 13:19  Mic 3:11  Ro 16:18  1Ti 6:9,10 
  Tit 1:11  2Pe 2:15  Jude 1:11 

经文:

民数记 22:8-22:8

注释:

  19,20  12:6  23:12  Jer 12:2  Eze 33:31 

经文:

民数记 22:9-22:9

注释:

 * God.
  20  Ge 20:3  31:24  41:25  Da 2:45  4:31,32  Mt 7:22  24:24 
  Joh 11:51 
 * What men.
  Ge 3:9-11  4:9  16:8  Ex 4:2  2Ki 20:14,15 

经文:

民数记 22:10-22:10

注释:

  4-6 

经文:

民数记 22:11-22:11

注释:

 * able to overcome them.  Heb. prevail in fighting against
   them.
  11 

经文:

民数记 22:12-22:12

注释:

 * Balaam, Thou shalt.
  20  Job 33:15-17  Mt 27:19 
 * thou shalt not curse.
  19  23:3,13-15,19,23  Mic 6:5 
 * for they.
  23:20  Ge 12:2  22:16-18  De 23:5  33:29  Ps 144:15  146:5 
  Ro 4:6,7  11:29  Eph 1:3 

经文:

民数记 22:13-22:13

注释:

 * for the Lord.
  14  De 23:5 

经文:

民数记 22:14-22:14

注释:

 * Balaam refuseth.
  13,37 

经文:

民数记 22:15-22:15

注释:

 * princes.
  7,8  Ac 10:7,8 

经文:

民数记 22:16-22:16

注释:

 * Let nothing, etc.  Heb. Be not thou letted from, etc.
  16 

经文:

民数记 22:17-22:17

注释:

 * I will promote.
  24:11  De 16:9  Es 5:11  7:9  Mt 4:8,9  16:26 
 * and I will do.
  23:2,3,29,30  Mt 14:7 
 * come.
  6 
 * curse me.
   An erroneous opinion prevailed, both in those days and in
   after ages, that some men had the power, by the help of their
   gods, to devote, not only particular persons, but cities and
   whole armies, to destruction.  This they are said to have done
   sometimes by words of imprecation; of which there was a set
   form among some people, which (9273)chines calls [diorizomenen
   aran ,] "the determinate curse."  Macrobius has a whole
   chapter on this subject.  He gives us two of the ancient forms
   used in reference to the destruction of Carthage; the first,
   which was only pronounced by the dictator, or general, was to
   call over the protecting deities to their side, and the other
   to devote the city to destruction, which they were supposed to
   have abandoned.  The Romans held, that no city would be taken
   till its tutelary god had forsaken it; or if it could be
   taken, it would be unlawful, as it would be sacrilege to lead
   the gods into captivity.  Virgil intimates, that Troy was
   destroyed because {Excessere omnes adytis, arisque relictis
   dii, quibus imperium hoc steterat,} "All the gods, by whose
   assistance the empire had hitherto been preserved, forsook
   their altars and temples."  See more on this subject in Dr. A.
   Clarke, Bp. Patrick, and Burder's Oriental Customs, No. 734.

经文:

民数记 22:18-22:18

注释:

 * If Balak.
  24:13  Tit 1:16 
 * I cannot.
  23:26  24:13  1Ki 22:14  2Ch 18:13  Da 5:17  Ac 8:20 

经文:

民数记 22:19-22:19

注释:

  7,8  1Ti 6:9,10  2Pe 2:3,15  Jude 1:11 

经文:

民数记 22:20-22:20

注释:

 * God.
  9 
 * If the men.
  1Sa 8:5-9  12:12-19  Ps 81:12  Eze 14:2-5  2Th 2:9-12 
 * but yet.
  35  23:12,26  24:13  Ps 33:10,11  78:30,31  Isa 37:29  Ho 13:11 

经文:

民数记 22:21-22:21

注释:

  Pr 1:15,16 

经文:

民数记 22:22-22:22

注释:

 * God's.
  2Ki 10:20  Ho 1:4 
 * and the angel.
  35  Ge 48:15,16  Ex 3:2-6  Ho 12:4,5 
 * stood.
  32  Ex 4:24  La 2:4 

经文:

民数记 22:23-22:23

注释:

 * the ass saw.
  2Ki 6:17  1Ch 21:16  Da 10:7  Ac 22:9  1Co 1:27-29  2Pe 2:16 
  Jude 1:11 
 * the ass turned.
  Jer 8:7 

经文:

民数记 22:24-22:24

注释:

  24 

经文:

民数记 22:25-22:25

注释:

 * crushed Balaam's.
  Job 5:13-15  Isa 47:12 

经文:

民数记 22:26-22:26

注释:

 * where was no way.
  Isa 26:11  Ho 2:6 

经文:

民数记 22:27-22:27

注释:

 * and Balaam's anger.
  Pr 14:16  27:3,4 

经文:

民数记 22:28-22:28

注释:

 * the Lord opened.
   And where is the wonder of all this?  If the ass had opened
   her own mouth, and reproved the rash prophet, we might well be
   astonished; but when God opens the mouth, an ass can speak as
   well as a man.  It is to no purpose to speak of the
   construction of the ass's mouth, of the formation of the
   tongue and jaws being unfit for speaking; for an adequate
   cause is assigned for this wonderful effect, "The Lord opened
   the mouth of the ass"; and no one who believes in a God, can
   doubt of his power to do this and much more.

  Ex 4:11  Lu 1:37  1Co 1:19  2Pe 2:16 
 * What have I.
  Ro 8:22 

经文:

民数记 22:29-22:29

注释:

 * for now would.
  Pr 12:10,16  Ec 9:3 

经文:

民数记 22:30-22:30

注释:

 * the ass said.
  2Pe 2:16 
 * upon which thou hast ridden.  Heb. who hast ridden upon me.
   ever since I was thine.  or, ever since thou wast, unto, etc.
  1Co 1:27,28 

经文:

民数记 22:31-22:31

注释:

 * opened.
  24:4  *marg: 
  24:16  Ge 21:19  2Ki 6:17-20  1Ch 21:16  Lu 24:16,31  Ac 26:18 
 * bowed down.
  Ex 34:8  Ps 9:20  Joh 18:6 
 * fell flat on his face.  or, bowed himself.

经文:

民数记 22:32-22:32

注释:

 * Wherefore.
  28  De 25:4  Ps 36:6  145:9  147:9  Jon 4:11 
 * withstand thee.  Heb. be an adversary unto thee.
  22 
 * thy way.
  De 23:4  Pr 28:6  Mic 6:5  Ac 13:10  2Pe 2:14,15 
 * before me.
  20,22,35  Ex 3:2-6  Pr 14:2  28:18 

经文:

民数记 22:33-22:33

注释:

 * surely.
  14:37  16:33-35  1Ki 13:24-28 

经文:

民数记 22:34-22:34

注释:

 * I Have sinned.
  Ex 9:27  10:16,17  1Sa 15:24,30  24:17  26:21  2Sa 12:13 
  Job 34:31,32  Ps 78:34  Mt 27:4,5 
 * if it displease thee.  Heb. be evil in thine eyes.
  12  11:1  1Ch 21:7  Pr 24:18  *margins 
 * I will get.
  Job 34:31,32 

经文:

民数记 22:35-22:35

注释:

 * Go.
  20  Ps 81:12  Isa 37:26-29  2Th 2:9-12 
 * I shall speak.
  20,21 

经文:

民数记 22:36-22:36

注释:

 * went.
  Ge 14:17  18:2  46:29  Ex 18:7  1Sa 13:10  Ac 28:15 
 * the border.
  21:13,14  De 2:24  3:8  Jud 11:18  Isa 16:2  Jer 48:20 

经文:

民数记 22:37-22:37

注释:

 * I am not able.
  16,17  24:11  Ps 75:6  Mt 4:8,9  Lu 4:6  Joh 5:44 

经文:

民数记 22:38-22:38

注释:

 * have I.
  18  Ps 33:10  76:10  Pr 19:21  Isa 44:25  46:10  47:12 
 * the word.
  23:16,26  24:13  1Ki 22:14  2Ch 18:13 

经文:

民数记 22:39-22:39

注释:

 * Kirjath-huzoth.  or, a city of streets.
   Probably Rabbath-Moab, now called Rabba, the capital of the
   Moabites; and being the royal city, distinguished by its
   streets.

  39 

经文:

民数记 22:40-22:40

注释:

  23:2,14,30  Ge 31:54  Pr 1:16 

经文:

民数记 22:41-22:41

注释:

 * high places.
   {Bamoth baal,} "the high places of Baal," probably the same as
   Bamoth mentioned in ch. 21.19, 20; evidently not far from
   Baal-meon, in the mountains of Abarim:  for the Israelites
   were now encamped in the plains of Moab, which these mountains
   overlook.  Baal, which signifies a lord or governor, was a
   name common to many idols; and probably here was the same as
   Chemosh, the god of Moab.

  25:2,3  De 12:2  2Ch 11:15  Jer 48:35 
 * utmost.
  23:13 

经文:

民数记 23:1-23:1

注释:

  1;  Balak's sacrifices.
  7;  Balaam's parables.
 13;  Balak's sacrifices.
 18;  Balaam's parables.
 25;  Balak's sacrifices.

 * Build me.
  29  Eze 33:31  Jude 1:11 
 * seven altars.
  Ex 20:24  27:1-8  1Sa 15:22  2Ki 18:22  Ps 50:8,9  Pr 15:8 
  Isa 1:11-15  Mt 23:14 
 * seven oxen.
  29:32  1Ch 15:26  2Ch 29:21  Job 42:8  Eze 45:23 

经文:

民数记 23:2-23:2

注释:

 * offered.
  14,30 

经文:

民数记 23:3-23:3

注释:

 * Stand.
  15 
 * burnt.
  Ge 8:20  22:2,7,8,13  Ex 18:12  Le 1:1 
 * peradventure.
  15  22:8,9,31-35  24:1 
 * went to an high place.  or, went solitary.

经文:

民数记 23:4-23:4

注释:

 * God.
  16  22:9,20 
 * I have prepared.
  1  Isa 58:3,4  Mt 20:12  Lu 18:12  Joh 16:2  Ro 3:27  Eph 2:9 

经文:

民数记 23:5-23:5

注释:

  16  22:35  De 18:18  Pr 16:1,9  Isa 51:16  59:21  Jer 1:9 
  Lu 12:12  Joh 11:51 

经文:

民数记 23:6-23:6

注释:

  3 

经文:

民数记 23:7-23:7

注释:

 * he took.
  18  24:3,15,23  Job 27:1  29:1  Ps 78:2  Eze 17:2  20:49  Mic 2:4 
  Hab 2:6  Mt 13:33,35  Mr 12:12 
 * parable.
   The word {mashal,} which as a verb is to rule, have authority,
   and also to compare, as a noun signifies whatever is expressed
   in parabolic or figurative language.  All these oracular
   speeches of Balaam are in hemistich metre in the original.
   They are highly dignified and sublime; and may be considered
   as immediate poetic productions of the Spirit of God.
   (ch. 24:2.)

 * Aram.
  22:5  Ge 10:22  28:2,7  De 23:4 
 * Come.
  22:6,11,17  Pr 26:2 
 * defy Israel.
  1Sa 17:10,25,26,36,45  2Sa 21:21  23:9 

经文:

民数记 23:8-23:8

注释:

  20,23  Isa 44:25  47:12,13 

经文:

民数记 23:9-23:9

注释:

 * the people.
   They shall ever be a distinct nation.  This prophecy has been
   literally fulfilled, through a period of 3,300; years, to the
   present day.

 * dwell alone.
  Ex 19:5,6  33:16  De 33:28  Es 3:8  2Co 6:17  Tit 2:14  1Pe 2:9 
 * shall not.
  De 32:8  Ezr 9:2  Jer 46:28  Am 9:9  Ro 15:8-10  Eph 2:12-14 

经文:

民数记 23:10-23:10

注释:

 * can count.
  Ge 13:16  22:17  28:14 
 * the dust.  i.e.,
   The posterity of Jacob, which was to be so numerous as to
   resemble the dust.

 * the fourth.
  2:9,16,24,31 
 * me.  Heb. my soul, or, my life.  the death.
  Ps 37:37  116:15  Pr 14:32  Isa 57:1,2  Lu 2:29,30  1Co 3:21,22 
  1Co 15:53-57  2Co 5:1  Php 1:21-23  2Ti 4:6-8  2Pe 1:13-15 
  Re 14:13 

经文:

民数记 23:11-23:11

注释:

  7,8  22:11,17  24:10  Ps 109:17-20 

经文:

民数记 23:12-23:12

注释:

  20,26  22:38  24:13  Pr 26:25  Ro 16:18  Tit 1:16 

经文:

民数记 23:13-23:13

注释:

 * unto.
  1Ki 20:23,28  Mic 6:5 
 * utmost.
  22:41 
 * and curse me.
  Jos 24:9  Ps 109:17  Jas 3:9,10 

经文:

民数记 23:14-23:14

注释:

 * Pisgah.  or, the hill.
  21:20  De 3:27  *marg: 
  De 4:49  34:1  *marg: 
 * built seven.
  1,2,29  Isa 1:10,11  46:6  Ho 12:11 

经文:

民数记 23:15-23:15

注释:

  3  22:8 

经文:

民数记 23:16-23:16

注释:

  5  22:35  24:1 

经文:

民数记 23:17-23:17

注释:

 * What.
  26  1Sa 3:17  Jer 37:17 

经文:

民数记 23:18-23:18

注释:

 * Rise up.
  Jud 3:20 

经文:

民数记 23:19-23:19

注释:

 * God.
  1Sa 15:29  Ps 89:35  Hab 2:3  Mal 3:6  Lu 21:33  Ro 11:29 
  Tit 1:2  Heb 6:18  Jas 1:17 
 * or hath he.
  1Ch 17:17  Mic 7:20 

经文:

民数记 23:20-23:20

注释:

 * he hath.
  22:12  Ge 12:2  22:17 
 * I cannot.
  22:18,38  Joh 10:27-29  Ro 8:38,39  1Pe 1:5 

经文:

民数记 23:21-23:21

注释:

 * hath not.
  Ps 103:12  Isa 1:18  38:17  Jer 50:20  Ho 14:2-4  Mic 7:18-20 
  Ro 4:7,8  6:14  8:1  2Co 5:19 
 * the Lord.
  Ex 13:21  29:45,46  33:14-16  34:9  Jud 6:13  2Ch 13:12  Ps 23:4 
  Ps 46:7,11  Isa 8:10  12:6  41:10  Eze 48:35  Mt 1:23  2Co 6:16 
 * the shout.
  Ps 47:5-7  89:15,18  97:1  118:15  Isa 33:22  Lu 19:37,38  2Co 2:14 

经文:

民数记 23:22-23:22

注释:

 * God.
  22:5  24:8  Ex 9:16  14:18  20:2  Ps 68:35 
 * the strength.
  De 33:17  Job 39:10,11  Ps 22:21 
 * unicorn.
   The {reaim,} most probably denotes the rhinoceros, so called
   from the horn on its nose.  In size he is only exceeded by the
   elephant; and in strength and power inferior to none.  He is
   at least twelve feet in length, from the snout to the tail;
   six or seven feet in height; and the circumference of the body
   is nearly equal to his length.  He is particularly
   distinguished from all other animals by the remarkable and
   offensive weapon he carries on his nose; which is very hard
   horn, solid throughout, directed forward.  He principally
   feeds upon large succulent plants, prickly shrubs, and
   branches; and delights in marshy places.

经文:

民数记 23:23-23:23

注释:

 * no enchantment.
  22:6  24:1  Ge 3:15  Mt 12:25,27  16:18  Lu 10:18,19  Ro 16:20 
  Re 12:9 
 * against.  or, in.  according.
  Ps 44:1-3  136:13-20  Isa 63:9-12  Da 9:15  Mic 6:4,5  7:15 
 * What hath.
  Ps 31:19  64:9  126:2,3  Isa 41:4  Joh 11:47  Ac 4:16  5:12,14 
  Ac 10:38  15:12  Ga 1:23,24  1Th 1:8,9 

经文:

民数记 23:24-23:24

注释:

 * as a great.
  24:8,9  Ge 49:9  De 33:20  Ps 17:12  Pr 30:30  Isa 31:4  Am 3:8 
  Re 5:5 
 * he shall.
  24:17  Ge 49:27  Da 2:44  Mic 5:8,9  Zec 10:4,5  12:6  Re 19:11-21 

经文:

民数记 23:25-23:25

注释:

  Ps 2:1-3 

经文:

民数记 23:26-23:26

注释:

  12,13  22:18,38  24:12,13  1Ki 22:14  2Ch 18:13  Ac 4:19,20  5:29 

经文:

民数记 23:27-23:27

注释:

 * Come.
  13 
 * peradventure.
  19,20  Job 23:13  Pr 19:21  21:30  Isa 14:27  46:10,11  Mal 3:6 
  Ro 11:29 

经文:

民数记 23:28-23:28

注释:

 * Jeshimon.
  21:20 

经文:

民数记 23:29-23:29

注释:

  1,2 

经文:

民数记 23:30-23:30

注释:

  30 

经文:

民数记 24:1-24:1

注释:

  1;  Balaam, leaving divinations, prophesies the happiness of
     Israel.
 10;  Balak, in anger, dismisses him.
 15;  He prophesies of the Star of Jacob, and the destruction of
     some nations.

 * saw.
  22:13  23:20  31:16  1Sa 24:20  26:2,25  Re 2:14 
 * at other times.
  23:3,15 
 * to seek for enchantments.  Heb. to the meeting of
   enchantments.
  23:23 

经文:

民数记 24:2-24:2

注释:

 * abiding.
  5  2:2-34  23:9,10  So 6:4,10 
 * the spirit.
  11:25-29  1Sa 10:10  19:20,23  2Ch 15:1  Mt 7:22  10:4,8  Lu 10:20 
  Joh 11:49-51 

经文:

民数记 24:3-24:3

注释:

 * he took up.
  23:7,18 
 * whose eyes are open hath said.  Heb. who had his eyes shut,
   but now opened.
  4,16  22:31 

经文:

民数记 24:4-24:4

注释:

 * saw.
  12:6  Ge 15:12  Ps 89:19  Da 8:26,27  Ac 10:10,19  22:17 
  2Co 12:1-4 
 * falling.
  22:31  1Sa 19:24  Eze 1:28  Da 8:17,18  10:15,16  Re 1:10,17 

经文:

民数记 24:5-24:5

注释:

  5 

经文:

民数记 24:6-24:6

注释:

 * as gardens.
  Ge 2:8-10  13:10  So 4:12-15  6:11  Isa 58:11  Jer 31:12  Joe 3:18 
 * as the trees.
   {Ahalim,} "lign-aloe trees."  This tree, which grows in the
   East Indies, is described as being eight or ten feet in
   height, with a stem the thickness of a man's thigh.  At the
   top grows a large tuft of jagged and thick leaves, thick and
   indented, broad at the bottom, but growing narrower towards
   the point, and about four feet in length.  The blossoms are
   red, intermingled with yellow, and double like cloves; from
   which comes a red and white fruit, of the size of a pea,
   oblong and triangular, with three apartments filled with seed.
   The tree has a very beautiful appearance; and a forest of them
   is said to bear a resemblance to a numerous encampment.

  Ps 1:3  Jer 17:18 
 * which the.
  Ps 104:16  Isa 41:19 
 * as cedar.
  Ps 92:12-14  Eze 31:3,4  47:12 

经文:

民数记 24:7-24:7

注释:

 * pour.
  Ps 68:26  Pr 5:16-18  Isa 48:1 
 * many waters.
  Ps 93:3,4  Jer 51:13  Re 17:1,15 
 * his king.
  Ezr 4:20  Ps 2:6-10  18:43  Joh 1:49  Php 2:10,11  Re 19:16 
 * Agag.
  1Sa 15:8,9,32,33 
 * his kingdom.
  2Sa 5:12  1Ki 4:21  1Ch 14:2  Isa 2:2  9:7  Da 2:44  Re 11:15 

经文:

民数记 24:8-24:8

注释:

 * God.
  21:5  23:22 
 * shall eat.
  14:9  23:24  De 7:1 
 * break.
  Ps 2:9  Isa 38:13  Jer 50:17  Da 6:24 
 * pierce.
  De 32:23,42  Ps 21:12  45:5  Jer 50:9 

经文:

民数记 24:9-24:9

注释:

 * couched.
  Ge 49:9  Job 38:39,40 
 * who shall.
  23:24  Job 41:10  Ps 2:12 
 * Blessed.
  Ge 12:3  27:29  Ps 122:6  Mt 25:40,45  Ac 9:5 

经文:

民数记 24:10-24:10

注释:

 * he smote.
  Job 27:23  Eze 21:14,17  22:13 
 * I called.
  22:6,11,17  23:11  De 23:4,5  Jos 24:9,10  Ne 13:2 

经文:

民数记 24:11-24:11

注释:

 * I thought.
  22:17,37 
 * the Lord.
  Mt 19:28-30  Ac 8:20  Php 3:8  Heb 11:24-26  1Pe 5:2,3  2Jo 1:8 

经文:

民数记 24:12-24:12

注释:

  22:18,38 

经文:

民数记 24:13-24:13

注释:

  13 

经文:

民数记 24:14-24:14

注释:

 * I will advertise.
  17  31:7-18  Mic 6:5  Re 2:10,14 
 * the latter.
  Ge 49:1  Isa 24:22  Jer 48:47  49:39  Da 2:28  10:14  Ho 3:5 
  Ac 2:17  2Ti 3:1 

经文:

民数记 24:15-24:15

注释:

  3,4  23:7,18  Job 27:1  Mt 13:35 

经文:

民数记 24:16-24:16

注释:

  4  2Sa 23:1,2  1Co 8:1  13:2 

经文:

民数记 24:17-24:17

注释:

 * I shall see him.
   The Targum of Onkelos translates this passage in the following
   manner:  "I shall see him, but not now; I shall behold him,
   but he is not near.  When a king shall arise from the house of
   Jacob, and the Messiah be anointed from the house of Israel;
   he shall slay the princes of Moab, and rule over all the
   children of men."  The marginal references will direct the
   reader to the fulfilment of these remarkable prophecies.

  Job 19:25-27  Zec 12:10  Jude 1:11,14,15  Re 1:7 
 * a Star.
  Mt 2:2-9  Lu 1:78  2Pe 1:19  Re 22:16 
 * a Sceptre.
  Ge 49:10  Ps 45:6  78:70-72  110:2  Isa 9:7  Lu 1:32,33  Heb 1:8 
 * smite the corners of Moab.  or, smite through the princes of
   Moab.
  1Sa 14:38  *marg: 
  Zec 10:4 
 * Moab.
  2Sa 8:2  2Ki 3:5,26,27  1Ch 18:2  Jer 48:45 
 * all the children.
  Ge 4:25,26  5:3-29 
 * Seth.
  Ps 72:8-11  Re 11:15 

经文:

民数记 24:18-24:18

注释:

  Ge 27:29,40  2Sa 8:14  Ps 60:1  *title 
  Ps 60:8-12  Isa 34:5  63:1  Am 9:12 

经文:

民数记 24:19-24:19

注释:

 * Of Jacob.
  Ge 49:10  Ps 2:1-12  72:10,11  Isa 11:10  Mic 5:2,4  Mt 28:18 
  1Co 15:25  Eph 1:20-22  Php 2:10,11  Heb 1:8  1Pe 3:22  Re 19:16 
 * shall destroy.
  Ps 21:7-10  Mt 25:46  Lu 19:12,27 

经文:

民数记 24:20-24:20

注释:

 * the first of the nations.  or, the first of the nations that
   warred against Israel.
  Ex 17:8,16 
 * his latter end.
  Jud 6:3  1Sa 14:48  15:3-8  27:8,9  30:1,17  1Ch 4:43  Es 3:1 
  Es 7:9,10  9:14 
 * shall be that he perish for ever.  or, shall be even to
   destruction.
  Ex 17:14  1Sa 15:3,8 

经文:

民数记 24:21-24:21

注释:

 * the Kenites.
  Ge 15:19  Jud 1:16  Job 29:18 

经文:

民数记 24:22-24:22

注释:

 * the Kenite.  Heb. Kain.  until Asshur shall carry thee away
   captive.  or, how long shall it be ere Asshur carry thee away
   captive?
  Ge 10:11  Ezr 4:2  Ps 83:8  Ho 14:3 

经文:

民数记 24:23-24:23

注释:

 * when God.
  23:23  2Ki 5:1  Mal 3:2 

经文:

民数记 24:24-24:24

注释:

 * Chittim.
  Ge 10:4  Isa 23:1  Da 7:19,20  8:5-8,21  10:20  11:30 
 * and shall afflict Eber.
  Ge 10:21-25  14:13  Da 9:26,27  Mt 24:15  Lu 20:24  23:29-31 
  Joh 11:48 
 * and he also.
  Da 2:35,45  7:23-26  11:45  Re 18:2-24 

经文:

民数记 24:25-24:25

注释:

  11  31:8  Jos 13:22 

经文:

民数记 25:1-25:1

注释:

  1;  Israel at Shittim commit whoredom and idolatry.
  6;  Phinehas kills Zimri and Cozbi.
 10;  God therefore gives him an everlasting priesthood.
 16;  The Midianites are to be vexed.

 * Shittim.
  33:49  Jos 2:1  3:1  Mic 6:5 
 * the people.
  31:15,16  Ec 7:26  1Co 10:8 

经文:

民数记 25:2-25:2

注释:

 * they called.
  Ex 34:15,16  Jos 22:17  1Ki 11:1-8  Ps 106:28  Ho 9:10  1Co 10:20 
  1Co 10:27,28  2Co 6:16,17  Re 2:14 
 * bowed.
  Ex 20:5  23:24  Jos 23:7,16  1Ki 19:18 

经文:

民数记 25:3-25:3

注释:

 * joined.
  5  De 4:3,4  Jos 22:17  Ps 106:28,29  Ho 9:10 
 * the anger.
  Jos 22:17  Jud 2:14,20  Ps 90:11  Jer 17:4 

经文:

民数记 25:4-25:4

注释:

 * all the heads.
  14,15,18  Ex 18:25  De 4:3  Jos 22:17  23:2 
 * and hang.
   Dr. Kennicott remarks, that the Samaritan and Hebrew texts
   must be united to make the sense of this verse complete: "And
   the Lord said unto Moses, Speak unto all the heads of the
   people; and let them slay the men that were joined to
   Baal-peor; and hang them up before the Lord, against the sun,"
   etc.

  De 13:6-9,13,15  21:23  2Sa 21:6,9  Es 7:9,10 
 * that the fierce.
  11  De 13:17  Jos 7:25,26  Ps 85:3,4  Jon 3:9 

经文:

民数记 25:5-25:5

注释:

 * judges.
  Ex 18:21,25,26 
 * Slay ye.
  Ex 22:20  32:27,28  De 13:6,9,13,15  17:3-5  1Ki 18:40 

经文:

民数记 25:6-25:6

注释:

 * a Midianitish.
  14,15  22:4  31:2,9-16 
 * in the sight of Moses.
  15:30,31  De 29:19-21  Jer 3:3  8:12  36:23  42:15-18  43:4-7 
  Jer 44:16,17  2Pe 2:13-15  Jude 1:13 
 * weeping.
  Jud 2:4  Ezr 9:1-4  10:6-9  Isa 22:12  Eze 9:4-6  Joe 2:17 

经文:

民数记 25:7-25:7

注释:

 * Phinehas.
  Ex 6:25  Jos 22:30,31  Jud 20:28 
 * a javelin.
  1Sa 18:10,11  19:9 

经文:

民数记 25:8-25:8

注释:

 * thrust.
  5,11  Ps 106:29-31 
 * So the plague.
  16:46-48  2Sa 24:25  1Ch 21:22 

经文:

民数记 25:9-25:9

注释:

   St. Paul reckons only 23,000:  Moses includes in the 24,000; he
   names, the 1,000; men who were slain in consequence of the
   judicial examination, (ver. 4,) as well as the 23,000; who died
   of the plague; while St. Paul only refers to the latter.

  4,5  16:49,50  De 4:3,4  1Co 10:8 

经文:

民数记 25:10-25:10

注释:

  10 

经文:

民数记 25:11-25:11

注释:

 * turned my.
  Jos 7:25,26  2Sa 21:14  Ps 106:23  Joh 3:36 
 * for my sake.  Heb. with my zeal.
  2Co 11:2 
 * that I.
  Ex 22:5  34:14  De 4:24  29:20  32:16,21  Jos 24:19  1Ki 14:22 
  Ps 78:58  Eze 16:38  Na 1:2  Zep 1:18  3:8  1Co 10:22 

经文:

民数记 25:12-25:12

注释:

  13:29  Mal 2:4,5  3:1 

经文:

民数记 25:13-25:13

注释:

 * his seed.
  1Sa 2:30  1Ki 2:27  1Ch 6:4-15,50-53 
 * an everlasting.
  Ex 40:15  Isa 61:6  Jer 33:18,22  Heb 7:11,17,18  1Pe 2:5,9 
  Re 1:6 
 * zealous.
  1Ki 19:10,14  Ps 69:9  106:31  119:139  Joh 2:17  Ac 22:3-5 
  Ro 10:2-4 
 * atonement.
  Ex 32:30  Jos 7:12  2Sa 21:3  Heb 2:17  1Jo 2:2 

经文:

民数记 25:14-25:14

注释:

 * a prince.
  4,5  2Ch 19:7 
 * chief house.  Heb. house of a father.  the Simeonites.
  1:23  26:14 

经文:

民数记 25:15-25:15

注释:

 * Zur.
  31:8  Jos 13:21 

经文:

民数记 25:16-25:16

注释:

  16 

经文:

民数记 25:17-25:17

注释:

   Balaam's counsel seems to have been first given to Balak, king
   of Moab; but probably the Midianitish women, especially of the
   higher ranks, as Cozbi was, were the principal tempters; and
   the nation of Midian seems to have come into the execrable
   measure more generally and heartily than that of Moab:  they
   were therefore first selected to be made examples of, for a
   warning to the Moabites, who were spared at this time.

  31:2  Re 18:6 

经文:

民数记 25:18-25:18

注释:

 * vex you.
  31:15,16  Ge 26:10  Ex 32:21,35  Re 2:14 
 * beguiled.
  Ge 3:13  2Co 11:3  2Pe 2:14,15,18 
 * which.
  8 

经文:

民数记 26:1-26:1

注释:

  1;  The sum of all Israel is taken in the plains of Moab.
 52;  The law of dividing among them the inheritance of the land.
 57;  The families and number of the Levites.
 63;  None was left of them which were numbered at Sinai, but
     Caleb and Joshua.

  25:9 

经文:

民数记 26:2-26:2

注释:

   The plague having swept away the last of that devoted
   generation, which provoked the Lord to "swear in his wrath
   that they should not enter" Canaan; he now, after an interval
   of 38; years, commands another census of the Israelites to be
   made, to preserve the distinction of families, and to regulate
   the tribes previous to their entry into the promised land, as
   well as to ascertain the proportion of land which should be
   allotted to each tribe.  For, though the whole was divided by
   lot, yet the portions were so disposed, that a numerous tribe
   did not draw where the lots assigned small inheritances, or
   the contrary.

  1:2,3  Ex 30:12  38:25,26 

经文:

民数记 26:3-26:3

注释:

  63  22:1  31:12  33:48  35:1  De 4:46-49  34:1,6,8 

经文:

民数记 26:4-26:4

注释:

  1:1  1Ch 21:1 

经文:

民数记 26:5-26:5

注释:

 * the eldest.
  Ge 29:32  49:2,3  1Ch 5:1 
 * thy children.
  Ge 46:8,9  Ex 6:14  1Ch 5:3 

经文:

民数记 26:6-26:6

注释:

  6 

经文:

民数记 26:7-26:7

注释:

  1,21  2:11  Ge 46:9 

经文:

民数记 26:8-26:8

注释:

  8 

经文:

民数记 26:9-26:9

注释:

  1:16  16:1,2-35  Ps 106:17  Jude 1:11 

经文:

民数记 26:10-26:10

注释:

 * earth opened.
  16:2,31-35,38  27:3  Ex 16:35  Ps 106:17,18 
 * together.
   The Samaritan text does not intimate that Korah was swallowed
   up, but that he was burnt, as appears to have been the fact;
   and the Psalmist also, (Ps 106:17,) only mentions Dathan and
   Abiram as having been swallowed up.  "And the earth swallowed
   them up, what time that company died; and the fire devoured
   Korah with the 250; men, who became a sign."
 
 * they became a sign.
  16:38  1Sa 2:34  Jer 29:22  Eze 14:8  1Co 10:6-10  2Pe 2:6  Jude 1:7 

经文:

民数记 26:11-26:11

注释:

   It seems to be intimated in ch. 16:27, 31-33, that the sons
   and the little ones of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram, were
   swallowed up; but the text here expressly affirms, that the
   children of Korah "died not;" and their descendants were
   famous even in David's time.  On a close inspection, however,
   of ver. 27, we shall find, that the sons and the little ones
   of Dathan and Abiram alone are mentioned.
 
  16:5  Ex 6:24  1Ch 6:22-28  Ps 42:1  44:1  45:1  46:1  47:1  *titles 
  Ps 48:1  49:1  50:1  *titles 

经文:

民数记 26:12-26:12

注释:

 * Nemuel.
  Ge 46:10  Ex 6:15 
 * Jemuel.  Jachin.
  1Ki 7:21  1Ch 4:24 
 * Jarib.

经文:

民数记 26:13-26:13

注释:

 * Zerah.
  Ge 46:10 
 * Zohar.

经文:

民数记 26:14-26:14

注释:

   The immense decrease of this tribe, no less than 37,100,
   renders it highly probable, that, influenced by the bad
   example of Zimri, the Simeonites had been peculiarly criminal
   in the late wickedness, and that multitudes of them had died
   of the plague.  It is remarkable, that Moses, in De ch. 33,
   bestows no blessing upon this tribe.
 
  1:22,23  2:12,13 

经文:

民数记 26:15-26:15

注释:

 * Zephon.
  2:14  Ge 46:16 
 * Ziphion, Haggai, Shuni, Ezbon, Eri, Arodi, Areli.

经文:

民数记 26:16-26:16

注释:

 * or, Ezbon.
  Ge 46:16 

经文:

民数记 26:17-26:17

注释:

  Ge 46:16 
 * Arodi.

经文:

民数记 26:18-26:18

注释:

  1:24,25  2:14,15 

经文:

民数记 26:19-26:19

注释:

 * Er and Onan.
  Ge 38:1-10  46:12  1Ch 2:3-8 

经文:

民数记 26:20-26:20

注释:

 * Shelah.
  Ge 38:5,11,14,26-30  1Ch 4:21 
 * Pharez.
  Ge 38:27-29  46:12  Ru 4:18-22  1Ch 2:3-8  Ne 11:4,6,24 
 * Perez.
  Mt 1:3  Lu 3:33 
 * Phares.  Zerah.
  Ge 38:30  46:12 
 * Zarah.
  1Ch 2:4  Ne 11:24 

经文:

民数记 26:21-26:21

注释:

  21 

经文:

民数记 26:22-26:22

注释:

  1:26,27  2:3,4  Ge 49:8  1Ch 5:2  Ps 115:14  Heb 7:14 

经文:

民数记 26:23-26:23

注释:

 * the sons.
  2:5  Ge 30:17,18  46:13  1Ch 7:1 
 * Pua.  or, Phuvah.

经文:

民数记 26:24-26:24

注释:

 * Jashub.  or, Job.
  Ge 46:13 

经文:

民数记 26:25-26:25

注释:

 * threescore.
  1:28,29  2:5,6 

经文:

民数记 26:26-26:26

注释:

  Ge 30:19,20  46:14 

经文:

民数记 26:27-26:27

注释:

  1:30,31  2:7,8 

经文:

民数记 26:28-26:28

注释:

  Ge 41:51,52  46:20  48:5,13-20 

经文:

民数记 26:29-26:29

注释:

 * Machir.
  32:39,40  36:1  Ge 48:14  De 3:15  Jos 17:1  Jud 5:14  1Ch 7:14-19 

经文:

民数记 26:30-26:30

注释:

 * Jeezer.  called Abiezer.
  Jos 17:2  Jud 6:11,24,34  8:2 

经文:

民数记 26:31-26:31

注释:

  31 

经文:

民数记 26:32-26:32

注释:

  32 

经文:

民数记 26:33-26:33

注释:

 * Zelophehad.
  27:1  36:10-12 

经文:

民数记 26:34-26:34

注释:

  1:34,35  2:20,21 

经文:

民数记 26:35-26:35

注释:

 * Becher.
  1Ch 7:20,21 
 * Bered.  Tahath.  Eladah.  Tahath.

经文:

民数记 26:36-26:36

注释:

  36 

经文:

民数记 26:37-26:37

注释:

  1:32,33  2:18,19 

经文:

民数记 26:38-26:38

注释:

 * sons of Benjamin.
  1Ch 7:6-12 
 * Ahiram.
  Ge 46:21 
 * Ehi.
  1Ch 8:1 
 * Aharah.

经文:

民数记 26:39-26:39

注释:

 * Shupham.
  Ge 46:21 
 * Muppim, and Huppim.

经文:

民数记 26:40-26:40

注释:

 * Ard and Naaman.
  1Ch 8:3 
 * Addar.

经文:

民数记 26:41-26:41

注释:

  1:36,37  2:22,23  Ge 46:21 

经文:

民数记 26:42-26:42

注释:

 * Shuam.
  Ge 46:23 
 * Hushim.

经文:

民数记 26:43-26:43

注释:

  1:38,39  2:25,26 

经文:

民数记 26:44-26:44

注释:

 * the children of Asher.
  Ge 46:17 
 * Jimnah.  Ishuah.  Isui.
  1Ch 7:30 
 * Imnah.  Isuah.  Ishuai.

经文:

民数记 26:45-26:45

注释:

  45 

经文:

民数记 26:46-26:46

注释:

 * Sarah.
  Ge 46:17 
 * Serah.

经文:

民数记 26:47-26:47

注释:

  1:40,41  2:27,28 

经文:

民数记 26:48-26:48

注释:

 * the sons of Naphtali.
  Ge 46:24  1Ch 7:13 

经文:

民数记 26:49-26:49

注释:

 * Shillem.
  1Ch 7:13 
 * Shallum.

经文:

民数记 26:50-26:50

注释:

  1:42,43  2:29,30 

经文:

民数记 26:51-26:51

注释:

   The following comparative statement will show how much some of
   the tribes had increased, and others had diminished, since the
   enumeration in ch. 1:
 
                                 Now.         Before.
 
                1.  Reuben      43,730;        46,500
                2.  Simeon      22,200;        59,300
                3.  Gad         40,500;        45,650
                4.  Judah       76,500;        74,600
                5.  Issachar    64,300;        54,400
                6.  Zebulun     60,500;        57,400
                7.  Manasseh    52,700;        32,200
                8.  Ephraim     32,500;        40,500
                9.  Benjamin    45,600;        35,400
               10.  Dan         64,400;        62,700
               11.  Asher       53,400;        41,500
               12.  Naphtali    45,400;        53,400
                               _______       _______
                 Total         601,730;       603,550
                               _______       _______
 
   Thus we find there was the following increase and decrease in
   the several tribes:
 
               1.  Reuben            2,770; decrease
               2.  Simeon            37,100; decrease
               3.  Gad                5,150; decrease
               4.  Judah              1,900; increase
               5.  Issachar           9,900; increase
               6.  Zebulun            3,100; increase
               7.  Manasseh          20,500; increase
               8.  Ephraim            8,000; decrease
               9.  Benjamin          10,200; increase
              10.  Dan                1,700; increase
              11.  Asher             11,900; increase
              12.  Naphtali           8,000; decrease
                                     _______________
 
               Decrease in all . . . . . .   61,020
               Increase in all . . . . . .   59,200
                                             ______
               Decrease on the whole . . .    1,820
 
   It should be observed, that among these there was not one of
   the former census, except Joshua and Caleb.  (See ver. 64,
   65.) Thus, though there was such an amazing increase in seven
   tribes, yet so great was the decrease in the other five
   tribes, that the balance against the present census is 1,820,
   as appears above.  Notwithstanding the amazing increase in
   some, and decrease in other tribes, the same sort of
   proportion is kept in their several divisions; so as to keep
   the division in the front the largest, and that in the rear
   the next.
 
  1:46  2:32  Ne 9:23  Job 12:9,10,14,20-23  Ps 77:20 

经文:

民数记 26:52-26:52

注释:

  52 

经文:

民数记 26:53-26:53

注释:

  Ge 12:2,7  Jos 11:23  14:1  Ps 49:14  105:44  Eze 47:22  Da 7:27 
  Mt 5:5  Re 5:10  21:27 

经文:

民数记 26:54-26:54

注释:

 * many.
  32:3,5  33:54  Jos 17:14 
 * give the more.  Heb. multiply his.  give the less.  Heb.
   diminish his.

经文:

民数记 26:55-26:55

注释:

 * by lot.
  56  33:54  34:13  Jos 11:23  14:2  17:14  18:6,10,11  19:1,10 
  Jos 19:17,24,32,40  Pr 16:33  18:18  Ac 1:26  Col 1:12  Re 7:4-8 

经文:

民数记 26:56-26:56

注释:

   This division by lot seems to have respect only to the
   quarter, or situation, which each tribe was to possess, and
   not to the quantity or extent of land, which was to be
   proportioned to the numbers of each tribe, according to the
   register now formed.  Thus, for instance, it was determined by
   lot which of the twelve tribes was to inherit in the south,
   which in the north, etc.:  then, in that quarter where the lot
   fell, a larger or smaller portion of land was assigned them,
   according to the goodness of the soil, and in proportion as
   they were more or less numerous.  Thus the decreasing of any
   tribe in the wilderness, proved the decrease of their future
   political importance and affluence in all succeeding ages.
   This equal division of property was, under God, the great
   bulwark and strength of the Hebrew commonwealth.  According to
   the most exact calculations, Canaan contained 14,976,000
   acres; which, divided among 600,000; men, will allow of more
   than 21; acres and a half to each, with a remainder of
   1,976,000; acres for the princes of tribes, Levitical cities,
   etc.:  so that there was an ample provision to enable each
   person, with all the advantages of that fertile country and
   fine climate, to live, if not in affluent, yet in very
   comfortable circumstances.  Canaan lies between lat. 31
   degrees and 33; degrees 30' N., and long. 35; degrees and 37
   degrees E.; its length, from the city of Dan to Beersheba, is
   about 200; miles; and its breadth, from the shores of the
   Mediterranean to the eastern borders, about 90.  The
   Canaanites, the descendants of Canaan, son of Ham, and the
   original inhabitants of the land, were divided into seven
   principal nations,--the Amorites, Hittites, Jebusites,
   Girgashites, Canaanites, Perizzites, and Hivites, and formed
   themselves into almost as many kingdoms as they had cities.
   After their defeat by the Israelites, such as escaped the
   sword became tributary; but in process of time, having seduced
   them to their idolatries, they recovered many of the strongest
   places in the country; and even formed themselves into a
   mighty kingdom in Galilee.  They were, however, again defeated
   by Barak, but were not finally subdued till the reign of David
   and Solomon; the latter of whom employed 153,600; in the most
   servile parts of the work of building the temple, palace, etc.

  Ro 11:7  1Co 12:4 

经文:

民数记 26:57-26:57

注释:

 * these are.
  35:2,3  Ge 46:11  Ex 6:16-19  1Ch 6:1,16-30 
 * of Gershon.
  3:1-4:49 

经文:

民数记 26:58-26:58

注释:

  3:17-21  16:1 

经文:

民数记 26:59-26:59

注释:

  Ex 2:1,2  6:20  Le 18:12 

经文:

民数记 26:60-26:60

注释:

  3:2,8 

经文:

民数记 26:61-26:61

注释:

  3:4  Le 10:1,2  1Ch 24:1,2 

经文:

民数记 26:62-26:62

注释:

 * those that.
  1:49  3:39  4:27,48  18:20-24  35:2-8  De 10:9  14:27-29  18:1,2 
  Jos 13:14,33  14:3 
 * they were not.
  1:49 
 * because.
  18:20-24  35:2-8  De 10:9  14:27-29  18:1,2  Jos 13:14,33  14:3 

经文:

民数记 26:63-26:63

注释:

  3 

经文:

民数记 26:64-26:64

注释:

  1:1-2:34  De 2:14,15  4:3,4  1Co 10:5 

经文:

民数记 26:65-26:65

注释:

 * They shall.
  14:23,24,28-30,35,38  Ex 12:37  De 2:14,15  32:49,50  Ps 90:3-7 
  Ro 11:22  1Co 10:5,6  Heb 3:17,18  Jude 1:5 
 * save Caleb.
  14:30,38 

经文:

民数记 27:1-27:1

注释:

  1;  The daughters of Zelophehad sue for an inheritance.
  6;  The law of inheritances.
 12;  Moses, being told of his death, sues for a successor.
 18;  Joshua is appointed to succeed him.

 * the daughters.
   In the orders for the division of the land, just given, no
   provision had been made for females, in case of failure of
   male issue.  The five daughters of Zelophehad, therefore,
   considered themselves as destitute, having neither father nor
   brother, and being themselves entirely overlooked; and they
   agreed to refer the case to Moses and the rulers, whether it
   were not equitable that they should inherit their father's
   portion.  This led to the enactment of an additional law to
   the civil code of Israel, which satisfactorily ascertained and
   amply secured the right of succession in cases of inheritance.
   This law, which is as reasonable as it is just, stands
   thus:--1.  On the demise of the father, the estate descends to
   the sons.  2.  If there be no son, the daughters succeed.  3.
   If there be no daughter, the brothers of the deceased inherit.
   4.  If there be no brethren, or paternal uncles, the estate
   goes to the grand uncles, or brothers of his father.  5.  If
   there be no grand uncles, then the nearest of kin succeeds to
   the inheritance.  Beyond this fifth degree the law does not
   extend, because there must always have been some among the
   Israelites who could be called kinsmen.

 * Zelophehad.
  26:33  36:1-12  Jos 17:3-6  1Ch 7:15  Ga 3:28 

经文:

民数记 27: