The Whole Works Volume 15

The Whole Works Volume 15

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1864 edition. Excerpt: ...Moses Exod. chap. I5. ver. 22. calleth Shur: a place in the wilderness of Etham, and the same that Etham is, saith Abben Ezra. It is not for the wisest man, saith he, to judge of God's works, why dost thou thus? For God commands Israel here, when he had made his journey to Etham, and was so much forward on his way to Canaan, to return then backward again to Pi-hahiroth ugh; 1;;-p1 5;cents, m-en, -1 Q5 their three days' journey, and that rm-gy 11 to the end that Pharaoh might follow after them, and be drowned in the sea. For when Pharaoh had heard that Israel had made two days' journey to Etham in the wilderness, and that then they (after they had gone so far on their way as Moses had foretold them, " We must go three days'j0urney in the wilderness to sacrifice") returned back to go another way, then Pharaoh thought that Moses's intent was to fly, for it was told Pharaoh that the people fled, Exod. chap. 14. ver. 5. and not to go to sacrifice. Then he S8id " =5 =v;;; F0!' I10 that flies away, his way is perplexed, and he knows not whither he goes." Then being at Pi-hahiroth, the Lord commanded Moses to bid the people go into the sea, Exod. chap. 14. ver. 15-which they did, ver. 22. Qv, -1-'mg. Think not, saith Abben Ezra, bocause the Scripture saith there, gv, -31; that they came into the half, or midst of the sea; for in case they had but entered, or set but half a foot or hoof, -1'5 into the sea, Evn-W1.g-ipv it may be called or said, within the sea, as pgpg, -n in the midst of the-i an yet they were not in the midst of the camp. But Qv, -1-'an is that place where the sea was in the beginning of thenight. Now, the use and benefit of this place thus truly ex plained, i
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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236771591
  • 9781236771599