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command thee this day :

12 "Lest when thou hast eaten, and art
full, and hast built goodly houses, and dwelt
therein ;

13 And when thine herds and thy flocks
multiply, and thy silver and thy gold is
multiplied, and all that thou hast is mul-
tiplied ;

14 pThen thy heart be lifted up, and
thou ^forget the Lord thy God, which
brought thee forth out of the land of Egypt,
from the house of bondage ;

15 Who 'led thee through that great and
terrible wilderness, 'wherein were fiery ser-
pents, and scorpions, and drought, where
there was no water : *who brought thee forth
water out of the rock of flint ;

16 Who fed thee in the wilderness with
"manna, which thy fathers knew not, that
he might humble iJiee, and that he might

174



Moses rehearseth the

prove thee, * to do thee good at th^ latter
end:

17 yAnd thou say in thine heart, My power
and the mightof mine hand hath gotten me
this weahh.

18 But thou shalt remember the Lord
thy God : ^for it is he that giveth thee power
to get wealth, " that he may establish his
covenant which he sware unto thy fathers,
as it is this day.

19 And it shall be, if thou do at all forget
the Lord thy God, and walk after other gods,
and serve them, and worship them, ^ I testify
against you this day that ye shall surely
perish.

20 As the nations which the Lord de-
stroyeth before your face, " so shall ye perish ;
because ye would not be obedient unto the
voice of the Lord your God.

CHAP. IX.

Moses dissuadetk them from the opinion of their own
righteousness, by rehearsing their several rebellions.

HEAR, O Israel : Thou art to " pass over
Jordan this day, to go in to possess
nations ''greater and mightier than thyself,
cities great and "fenced up to heaven,

2 A people great and tall, ^ the children
of the Anakims, whom thou knowest, and
of whom thou hast heard say. Who can stand
before the children of Anak?

3 Understand therefore this day, that the
Lord thy God is he which ^ goeth over be-
fore thee ; a* a *' consuming fire s he shall
destroy them, and he shall bring them down
before thy face : '' so shalt thou drive them
out, and destroy them quickly, as the Lord
hath said unto thee.

4 ' Speak not thou in thine heart, after
that the Lord thy God hath cast them out
from before thee, saying. For my righteous-
ness the Lord hath brought me in to possess
this land : but ''for the wickedness of these
nations the Lord doth drive them out from
before thee.

5 'Not for thy righteousness, or for the
uprightness of thine heart dost thou go to
possess their land : but for the wickedness of
these nations, the Lord thy God doth drive
them out from before thee, and that he may
perform "> the word which the Lord sware
unto thy fathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

6 Understand therefore, that the Lord
thy God giveth thee not this good land to
possess it for thy righteousness ; for thou art
"a stiff-necked people.

7 IF Remember, and forget not, how thou
provokedst the Lord thy God to wrath in
the wilderness : "from the day that thou didst
depart out of the land of Egypt, until ye



CHAP. IX.



Bofore


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


1451.


1451.


X Jer. 24. 5,
Hebr. 12. 11.


p Exod. 33.
P.. 106. 19.


z Prov. 10.
22.

Hob. 2. 8.
ach.7.8,12.


1401.
q Exod. 24.
12, 13.




r Exod. 24.
18. iL 34. 28.


b ch. 4. 26.
& 30. 18.


■ Exod. 31.
18.


c Dan. 9. 11,
12.


t Exod. 19.
17. t 20. 1.
ch. 4. 10. t
10. 4. & 18.
16.




n Exod. 32.


a ch. 11. 31.
Jo.h. 3. 16.
& 4. 19.




b ch. 4. 38.

&7.1.&.11.

23


X ch. 31. 29.
Judg. 2. 17.


c ch. 1. 28.




d Numb. 13.
22,28.32,




33.


^ Exod. 32.




z ver. 6.
cli. 10. 16.
tL 31. 27.
2 Kings 17

a Exod. 32.

10.

b cli. 29. 20.

Ps. 9. 5. &

ion. 13.

c Numb. 14.

12.

d Exod. 32.

15.

e Exod. 19.

18.

ch. 4. 11.

4;5.23.


ch. 31. 3.
Josh. 3. 11.
fch.4.24.
Hebr. 12. 29.
g ck. 7. 23.


h Exod. 23.
ch.7.24.


i ch. 8. 17.
Kom. 11. 6,




20,

1 Cor. 4. 4, 7.


f Exod. 32.
19.


k Gen. 15.

16.

Lev. 18. 24,

ch. la 12.




1 Tit. 3. 5.






g Exod. 34.
P»'. 106. 23.




m Gen. 12.
7. &. 13. 15.
& 15. 1. b.
17. 8. & 26.
4. & 28. 13.






h Exod. 32.
10, 11.


n ver. 13.
Exod. 32. 9.
& 33. 3. tc.
34.9.


i Exod. 32.
14. & 33. 17.
ch. 10. 10.
Ps. 106. 23.


o Exod. 14.
11. & 16. 2.
& 17. 2.
Numb. 11.
4. & 20. 2.
&25. 2.
ch. 31. 27.





several rebellions of Israel.

came unto this place, ye have been rebeUious
against the Lord.

8 Also Pin Horeb ye provoked the Lord
to wrath, so that the Lord was angry with
you to have destroyed you.

9 iWhen I was gone up into the mount,
to receive the tables of stone, even the tables
of the covenant which the Lord made with
you, then ■■ I abode in the mount forty days
and forty nights, I neither did eat bread, nor
drink water :

10 ' And the Lord delivered unto me two
tables of stone written with the finger of God ;
and on them was written according to all the
words which the Lord spake with you in the
mount, out of the midst of the fire, ' in the
day of the assembly.

11 And it came to pass at the end of forty
days and forty nights, that the Lord gave
me the two tables of stone, even the tables of
the covenant.

12 And the Lord said unto me, "Arise,
get thee down quickly from hence ; for thy
people which thou hast brought forth out of
Egypt have corrupted themselves ; they are
"^ quickly turned aside out of the way which
I commanded them; they have made them a
molten image.

13 Furthermore, ^the Lord spake unto
me, saying, I have seen this people, and
behold, ^ it is a stiff-necked people :

14 "Let me alone, that I may destroy
them, and ''blot out their name from under
heaven : " and I will make of thee a nation
mightier and greater than they.

15 ^So I turned and came down from the
mount, and ■= the mount burned with fire :
and the two tables of the covenant were in
my two hands.

16 And ''I looked, and behold, ye had
sinned against the Lord your God, and had
made you a molten calf : ye had turned aside
quickly out of the way which the Lord had
commanded you.

17 And I took the two tables, and cast
them out of my two hands, and brake them
before your eyes.

18 And I gfell down before the Lord, as
at the first, forty days and forty nights : I did
neither eat bread, nor drink waterj because
of all your sins which ye sinned, in doing
wickedly in the sight of the Lord, to provoke
him to anger.

19 (''For I was afraid of the anger and hot
displeasure wherewith the Lord was wroth
against you to destroy you.) 'But the Lord
hearkened unto me at that time also.

20 And the Lord was very angry with
Aaron to have destroyed him : and I prayed
for Aaron also the same time.

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God's great mercy in



DEUTERONOMY.



restoring the two tables.



21 And ^ I took your sm, the calf which
ye had made, and burnt it with fire, and
stamped it, and ground it very small, even
until it was as small as dust : and I cast the
dust thereof into the brook that descended
out of the mount.

22 And at 'Taberah, and at "Massah,
and at "Kibroth-hattaavah, ye provoked the
Lord to wrath.

23^ Likewise °when the Lord sent you
from Kadesh-barnea, saying, Go up and pos-
sess the land Avhich I have given you ; then
ye rebelled against the commandment of the
Lord your God, and p ye believed him not,
nor hearkened to his voice.

24 1 Ye have been rebellious against the
Lord from the day that I knew you.

25 "^Thus I fell down before the Lord
forty days and forty nights, as I fell down
at the first ; because the Lord had said he
would destroy you.

26 =1 prayed therefore unto the Lord,
and said, O Lord God, destroy not thy
people and thine inheritance, which thou
hast redeemed through thy greatness, which
thou hast brought forth out of Egypt with a
mighty hand.

27 Remember thy servants, Abraham,
Isaac, and Jacob; look not unto the stub-
bornness of this people, nor to their wicked-
ness, nor to their sin :

28 Lest 'the land whence thou broughtest
us out, say, "Because the Lord was not able
to bring them into the land which he pro-
mised them, and because he hated them, he
hath brought them out to slay them in the
wilderness.

29 *Yet they are thy people and thine
inheritance which thou broughtest out by
thy mighty power and by thy stretched-out
arm.

CHAP. X.

1 God's mercy in restoring the two tables, 6 in continuing
the priesthood, 8 in separating the tribe of Levi, 10 in
hearkening unto Biases his suit for the people. 12 An
exhortation unto obedience.

AT that time the Lord said unto me,
"Hew thee two tables of stone like unto
the first, and come up unto me into the
mount, and '' make thee an ark of wood.

2 And I will write on the tables the
words that were in the first tables which
thou brakest, and nhou shalt put them in
the ark.

3 And I made an ark of ""shittim-wood,
and « hewed two tables of stone like unto the
first, and went up into the mount, having
the two tables in mine hand.

4 And f he wrote on the tables, according
to the first writing, the ten t commandments,



Berore


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


1451.


1451.


k Exoil. 32.


K Exod. 20.


2U.


liai. 31. 7.


h'Exod. 19.




17.




ch. 9. 10. &




18. 16.




i Exod. 34.




29,




k Exod. 40.

20.

1 1 Kines 8.


I Numb. 11.

1,3,5.

m Exod. 17.


7.




n Numb. 11.




4,34.




o Numb. 13.


m Numb.


3. & 14. 1.


33. 31.




n Numb. 33.




30.




o Numb. 20.




28. &; 33. 38.


p Pb. 106.
§4,25.


p Numb. 33
S2, 33.


q ch. 31. 27.






q Numb. 3.
6. & 4, 4. &;




r vcr. 18.


8. 14. & 16.
9.




r Numb. 4.




15.




s ch. IB. .5.




t Lev. 9. iH.




Numb. 6.




23.




ch. 21. 5.


s Exod. 32.


u Numb. 18.


11, &c.


20, 24.




ch. 18. 1, 2.




Ez«k. 44.28.




1491.




X E.xod. 34.




28.




ch. 9. 18. 25.




II 0<,f«r-




mer dnvs.
y ExoiL 32.






14, 33, 34. &




33. 17.




ch. 9. 19.




7. Kxod. 32.




34. & 33. 1.


t Gen. 41.


t Heb. go


57.


in journey.


I Sam. 14.




25.




u E.xod. 32.




12.




Numb. 14.




16.


a Mic. fi. 8.




b ch. 6. 13.




c ch. 5. 33.


X ch. 4. 20.


d ch. 6. .S. &


1 Kings 8.


11. 13.4:30.
16, 20.


Nib. 1. 10.


Mall. Sa. 37.


Pb. 95. 7.






c ch. 6. 24




fl Kinsa S.

27.

Ps. 115. 18.






& 148. 4.




E Gen. 14
19.




Exod. 19. 5.




P». 24. 1.




h cli 1. 37-


1491.




a Exod. 34.


i Seo


1,2.


Lev. 26. 4L




ch. 30. 6.




Jcr. 4. 4.


b Exod. 25.
10.


Rom. 2. 28,

29.

Col 2. 11.




k ch. 9. 6,




13.




1 .loBh. 22.




23.


c Exod. 25.
16, 21.


Ps. 136. 2.
Dan. 2. 47.
& 11.36.




m Rev. 17.




14. & 19 16.


d Exod. 25.


n ch. 7. 21.


5,10.&37.1.


o 2 Cbron.
J9.7.
Job 34. 19.


e Exod. 34.
4.


Ada JO. 34.




Rom. 2. 11.




Gal. 2. 6.




Eph. 6. 9.




Col. 3. 25.


f Exod, 34.


1 Pet. 1. 17.
p Ps. 08. 5.


28.


& l4lj. !l.


t Hob


g Lev. 19.
33, 34.


vjorda.



s which the Lord spake unto you in the
mount," out of the midst of the fire, ''in the
day of the assembly : and the Lord gave
them unto me.

5 And I turned myself and ' came down
from the mount, and ^ put the tables in the
ark which I had made ; ' and there they be,
as the Lord commanded me.

6 IT And the children of Israel took their
journey from Beeroth ™ of the children of
Jaakan to " Mosera : "there Aaron died, and
there he was buried ; and Eleazar his son
ministered in the priest's ofiice in his stead.

7 PFrom thence they journeyed unto Gud-
godah ; and from Gudgodah to Jotbath, a
land of rivers of waters.

8 H At that time ithe Lord separated the
tribe of Levi, 'to bear the ark of the cove-
nant of the Lord, = to stand before the Lord
to minister unto him, and *to bless in his
name, unto this day.

9 " Wherefore Levi hath no part nor inhe-
ritance with his brethren ; the Lord is his
inheritance, according as the Lord thy God
promised him.

10 And ^ I stayed in the mount, accord-
ing to the II first time, forty days and forty
nights; and ^the Lord hearkened unto me
at that time also, and the Lord would not
destroy thee.

11 ^And the Lord said unto me. Arise,
ttake <7iy journey before the people, that they
may go in and possess the land which I sware
unto their fathers to give unto them.

12 IT And now, Israel, ''what doth the
Lord thy God require of thee but ^ to fear
the Lord thy God, "to walk in all his ways,
and ^to love him, and to serve the Lord thy
God with all thy heart and with all thy soul,

13 To keep the commandments of the
Lord, and his statutes, which I command
thee this day " for thy good ?

14 Behold, ''the heaven and the heaven of
heavens is the Lord's thy God, e the earth
also, with all that therein is.

15 "^ Only the Lord had a delight in thy
fathers to love them, and he chose their seed
after them, even you above all people, as it
is this day.

16 Circumcise therefore 'the foreskin of
your heart, and be no more ''stiff'-necked.

17 For the Lord your God is 'God of
gods, and "" Lord of lords, a great God, " a
mighty, and a terrible, which ° regardeth not
persons, nor taketh reward :

18 p He doth execute the judgment of the
fatherless and widow, and loveththe stranger,
in giving him food and jaiment.

19 iLove ye therefore the stranger: for
ye were strangers in-the land of Egypt.

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An exhortation to obedience,

20 'Thou shalt fear the Lord thy God;
him shalt thou serve, and to him shalt thou
'cleave, *and sw^ear by his name.

21 "He is thy praise, and he is thy God,
"that hath done for thee these great and ter-
rible things which thine eyes have seen.

22 Thy fathers went down into Egypt
>■ with threescore and ten persons ; and now
the Lord thy God hath made thee == as the
stars of heaven for multitude.

CHAP. XL

1 An exhortation to obedience, 2 by their own experience
of God's great works, 8 by promise of God's great
blessings, 16 and by ihreatenings. 18 A careful study
is required in God's words. 26 The blessing and curse
is set before them.

THEREFORE thou shalt Move the
Lord thy God, and ''keep his charge,
and his statutes, and his judgments, and his
commandments, always.

2 And know ye this day : for / speak
not with your children which have not known,
and which have not seen "the chastisement of
the Lord your God, ''his greatness, ^his
mighty hand, and his stretched-out arm,

3 ^And his miracles, and his acts, which
he did in the midst of Egypt, unto Pharaoh
the king of Egypt, and unto all his land ;

4 And what he did unto the army of
Egypt, unto their horses, and to their cha-
riots ; s how he made the water of the Red
sea to overflow them as they pursued after
you, and how the Lord hath destroyed them
unto this day ;

5 And what he did unto you in the wil-
derness, until ye came into this place ;

6 And ''what he did unto Dathan and
Abiram, the sons of Eliab, the son of Reu-
ben : how the earth opened her mouth, and
swallowed them up, and their households, and
their tents, and all the || substance that f w^«5
in their possession, in the midst of all Israel :

7 But ' your eyes have seen all the great
acts of the Lord which he did.

8 Therefore shall ye keep all the command
ments which I command you this day, that
ye may ''be strong, and go in and possess
the land, whither ye go to possess it ;

9 And 'that ye may prolong your days in
the land ""which the Lord sware unto your
fathers to give unto them, and to their seed,
"a land that floweth with milk and honey.

10 1 For the land, whither thou goest in
to possess it, is not as the land of Egypt,
from whence ye came out, "where thou
sowedst thy seed, and wateredst it with thy
foot, as a garden of herbs :

IIP But the land, whither ye go to possess
it, is a land of hills and valleys, and drinketh
water of the rain of heaven :
23



CHAP. XI.



Uerore

CHRIST

1451.


BePoro

CHRIST

1451.


r ch. 6. 13.
Matt. 4. 10.
Luko 4. e.

A'l: ^-

t Ps. 63. 11.
a Exod. 15.

e'a. 22. 3.
Jer 17. 14.
X 1 Sam. 12.


t Heb.

g"! kings 9.

r vcr. 22.
ch. 6. 17.

s ch. 10. 12.


J Sam. 7. 23.
g. 106. 21.

j^Gen. 40.

Exod. 1. 5
Acts 7. 14.
z Gen. 15. 5.
ch. 1. 10. IL
28.02.


t Lev. 26. 4.
ch. 28. 12.
u Joel 2. 23.
Janiub 5. 7.




X Pa. 104. 14.
t Heb. give.
V ch. 6. 11,
Joel 2. 19.


a ch. 10. 12.
& 30. 16, 20.


z ch. 29. 18.
Job 31. 27.


bZech.3.7.






a ch. 8. 19.
t 30. 17.




b ch. 6. 15.




c 1 Kinga 8.

35.

2 Chron. 6.

26. & 7. 13.




c ch. 8. 5.

d ch. 5. 24.
e ch. 7. 10.


d ch. 4. 26.
Sl 8. 19, 20.
& 30. 18.
Joah. 23. 13,
15, 16.


r Pa. ^8. 19.
i 13i U.


ch. 6. 6.
& 33. 46.




f ch. 6. 8.


c Exod. 14.
27, 28. i. 15.
9, 10.
Pa. 101.11.


gch.4.9,
10. Si. 6. 7.




h ch. 6. 0.


h Numb. 10.
1,31. & 27.

Pa. 106. 17.




hvtng sub-
stance lokich
foUomd
Ihcm.
t Heb.
waa at their
feet.

1 ch. 5. 3. b.
7.19.


i ch. 4. 40.
& 6.2.
Prov. 3. 2.
& 4. 10. Is.
9. 11.

k Pa. 72. 5.
&. ao. 29.

1 ver. 13.
ch. 6. 17.


k Josh. 1.6,


m ch. 10. 20.
& 30. 21).


1 ch. 4. 40.
4; 5. 16.
Prov. 10. 27.
m ch. 9. 5.


n ch. 4. 38.
& 9. 5.




ch. 9. 1.


n Exod. 3. 8.






p Joah. 1. 3.
& 14. 9.


Zech. 14.
18.


n Gen. 15.

^510^.23.31.
Numb. 34'.
3, &c.


p ch. 8. 7.


r ch. 7. 24.




sch. 2 25



by promises and ihreatenings.

12 A land which the Lord thy God
tcareth for: nhe eyes of the Lord thy
God are always upon it, from the beginning
of the year even unto the end of the year.

13 H And it shall come to pass, if ye shall
hearken 'dihgently unto my commandments
which I command you this day, Ho love the
Lord your God, and to serve him with all
your heart and with all your soul,

14 That 'I will give you the rain of your
land in his due season, "the first rain and the
latter rain, that thou mayest gather in thy
corn, and thy wine, and thine oil.

15 * And I will f send grass in thy fields
for thy cattle, that thou mayest ^eat and be
full.

16 Take heed to yourselves, ^ that your
heart be not deceived, and ye turn aside, and
''serve other gods, and worship them ;

17 And then ''the Lord's wrath be kindled
against you, and he "shut up the heaven,
that there be no rain, and that the land yield
not her fruit; and lest ''ye perish quickly
from off the good land which the Lord
giveth you.

18 IT Therefore ^ shall ye lay up these my
words in your heart and in your soul, and
•"bind them for a sign upon your hand, that
they may be as frontlets between your
eyes.

19 ffAnd ye shall teach them your chil-
dren, speaking of them when thou sittest in
thine house, and when thou walkest by the
way, when thou liest down, and when thou
risest up.

20 ''And thou shalt write them upon the
door posts of thine house, and upon thy
gates :

21 That 'your days may be multiplied,
and the days of your children, in the land
which the Lord sware unto your fathers to
give them, ^ as the days of heaven upon the
earth.

22 1 For if 'ye shall diligently keep all
these commandments which I command you,
to do them, to love the Lord your God, to
walk in all his ways, and ■" to cleave unto
him ;

23 Then will the Lord "drive out all
these nations from before you, and ye shall
" possess greater nations and mightier than
yourselves.

24 P Every place whereon the soles of your
feet shall tread shall be yours: i from the
wilderness, and Lebanon, from the river, the
river Euphrates, even unto the uttermost sea
shall your coast be.

25 ' There shall no man be able to stand
before you : for the Lord your God shall
May the fear of you, and the dread of you

177



Monuments of idolatry to he destroyed. DEUTERONOMY.



The eating of blood forbidden.



upon all the land that ye shall tread upon,
'as he hath said unto you.

26 IT "Behold, I set before you this day a
blessing and a curse :

27 ^ A blessing, if ye obey the command-
ments of the Lord your God which I com-
mand you this day ;

28 And a y curse, if ye will not obey the
commandments of the Lord your God, but
turn aside out of the way which I command
you this day, to go after other gods which
ye have not known.

29 And it shall come to pass when the
Lord thy God hath brought thee in unto
the land whither thougoest to possess it, that
thou shalt put ^ the blessing upon mount Ge-
rizim, and the curse upon mount Ebal.

30 Are they not on the other side Jordan,
by the way where the sun goeth down, in the
land of the Canaanites, which dwell in the
champaign over against Gilgal, * beside the
plains of Moreh ?

31 '•For ye shall pass over Jordan to go in
to possess the land which the Lord your God
giveth you, and ye shall possess it, and dwell
therein.

32 And ye shall observe ''to do all the
statutes and judgments which I set before
you this day,

CHAP. XIL

1 Monuments of idolatry are to be destroyed. 5 The
place of God's service is to be kept. 16, 23 Blood
is forbidden. 17, 20, 26 Holy things must be eaten
in the holy place. 19 The Levite is not to be forsaken.
29 Idolatry is not to be inquired after.

THESE ^are the statutes and judgments
which ye shall observe to do in the
land which the Lord God of thy fathers
giveth thee to possess it, '' all the days that
ye live upon the earth.

2 ''Ye shall utterly destroy all the places,
wherein the nations which ye shall || possess
served their gods, ^ upon the high mountains,
and upon the hills, and under every green
tree :

3 And ®ye shall t overthrow their altars,
and break their pillars, and burn their groves
with fire ; and ye shall hew down the graven
jmages of their gods, and destroy the names
of them out of that place.

4 '^Ye shall not do so unto the Lord
your God.

5 But unto the place which the Lord
your God shall s choose out of all your tribes
to put his name there, even unto his habita-
tion shall ye seek, and thither thou shalt
come :

6 And h thither ye shall bring your burnt-
offer ings, and your sacrifices, and your 'tithes,
and heave-offerings of your hand, and your



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


1451.


1451.


t Emd. 33.

27.


k ch. 14. 26.


u ch. 38. 1,
15, 19.

X ch.2R.2.


1 ver. 12, 18.
Lev. 23. 40.
ch. 16. 11,
14, 15. & 26.
11. & 27. 7.


J ch. 28. 15.


m Judg. 17.
6 & 21. 25.



z ch. 27. 12,

13.

Josh. 8. 33.



a Gen. 12.0.
Judg. 7. 1.



b ch. 9. 1.
Josh. 1. 11.



c ch. 5. 32.
& 12. 32.



a ch. 6. 1.



h ch. 4. !0.

I Kings 8.
40.

c Eiod. 34.
13.

cli. 7. 5.

II Or.mAcn'^

d 2 Kings
16. 4. & 17.
ID, 11.
Jer. 3. 6.



e Numb.
33. 52.
Judg. 2. 2.
t Hfib. break
down.



g ver. 11.
ch. 2(i,2.
Josh, 9. 27.
1 Kings 8.
20.

2Chron. 7.
]2.
Ps. 78. 68.

h Lev. 17.3,

4.

I ver. 17.

ch. 14. 22,

23. & 15. 19,

20.



n ch. U. 31.



ver. 5, 14,
18, 21,26. &
ch. 14. 23. &
15. 20. & 16.
2, &.C. &. 17.
a& 18. 6. &
23. 16. & 26.
2. & 31. 11.
Josh. 18. 1.

1 Kings 8.
29.

Ps. 78. 68.
t Heb. the
choice of
your vows.

p ver. 7



g ch. 10. 9.
3t 14.29.



t vor. 21.



T Ch. 14. 5.
& 15. 22.



y Gen. 9. 4.
Lev. 7. 26.
& 17. 10.
ch. 1.5. 23.
& ver. 23,
24.



z ver. 11, 12.
jLch. 14.23.



VOWS, and your free-will-offerings, and the
firstlings of your herds, and of your flocks :

7 And ^ there ye shall eat before the Lord
your God, and 'ye shall rejoice in all that ye
put your hand unto, ye and your households,
wherein the Lord thy God hath blessed thee.

8 Ye shall not do after all the things that
we do here this day, ■" every man whatsoever
is right in his own eyes.

9 For ye are not as yet come to the rest
and to the inheritance which the Lord your
God giveth you.

10 But when "ye go over Jordan, and dwell
in the land which the Lord your God giveth
you to inherit, and when he giveth you rest
from all your enemies round about, so thai
ye dwell in safety :

11 Then there shall be °a place which the
Lord your God shall choose to cause his
name to dwell there ; thither shall ye bring
all that I command you ; your burnt-offer-
ings, and your sacrifices, your tithes, and the
heave-offering of your hand, and all t your
choice vows which ye vow unto the Lord:

12 And Pye shall rejoice before the Lord
your God, ye, and your sons, and your daugh-
ters, and your men-servants, and your maid-
servants, and the Levite that is within youi
gates ; forasmuch as ^ he hath no part noi



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