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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

1. For judgment - God's controversy is with you all. A snare - You, O priests and princes, have ensnared the people by your examples. Mizpah - By idolatries acted at Mizpah, a part of Libanus.

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

1. Captives - There were two carryings into Babylon, the latter about eleven or twelve years after the former, the first was in the time of Jehoiakim, When the princes,…

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

3. The lips - It concerns thee to get and to use discretion, that thou mayest be able to resist those temptations to which thou art exposed. 4. But - The effect of that to which she entices men,…

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

3. All the congregation - The elders who represented all, and as many of the people as would, and could get thither, that all might be witnesses both of Aaron's commission from God,…

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

1. Rest - A life of rest, and comfort, and safety, under the care of a good husband. 2. Threshing-floor - Which was in a place covered at the top, but open elsewhere, whither Ruth might easily come.

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

1. And he - The Lord represented to me in a vision. Standing - Ministering in his office. The angel - Christ. 2. The Lord - Christ, as a mediator, rather chuses to rebuke him in his father's name,…

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

2. The people - Here follow the punishments of the crimes forbidden in the former chapters. 3. I will set my face against that man - Deal with him as an enemy, and make him a monument of my justice.

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

1. The first verse is the general title of the laws contained in this and the two following chapters. Their government being purely a theocracy;…

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

1. Then - That is, about that time; for that this happened before, and was the occasion of their desire of a king, may seem from chap. xii, 12, although it is possible, that Nahash's preparation,…

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Wesley's Notes on the Bible by Wesley, John (1703-1791)

2. A lodging place - Some retiring place, though it were but some mean hut in the wilderness. 5. Weary - They use industry, and contrivance in it, they spare no labour.

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