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Forty Days - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... 9:18,25); [4] the searching of Canaan by the fearful spies (Numbers 13:25; 14:34); [5] the defiance of Israel by Goliath (I Samuel 17:16); [6] Elijah’s journey to Horeb (I Kings 19:8); [7] Jonah’s reluctant preaching in...
Nine Forty-Day Periods - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... 9:18,25) The searching of Canaan by the fearful spies (Numbers 13:25; 14:34) The defiance of Israel by Goliath (I Samuel 17:16) Elijah’s journey to Horeb (I Kings 19:8) Jonah’s reluctant preaching in Nineveh (Jonah 3:4)...
Numbers 34:29
... are they whom the LORD commanded to divide the inheritance unto the children of Israel in the land of...
Numbers 34:23
... prince of the children of Joseph, for the tribe of the children of Manasseh, Hanniel the son of...
Numbers 34:2
... the children of Israel, and say unto them, When ye come into the land of Canaan; (this is the land that shall fall unto you for an inheritance, even the land of Canaan with the coasts...
Numbers 34:2: this is the land - Study Note
... this is the land. The boundaries of the promised land, as here specified were evidently intended only for the initial boundaries of the new nation. The much wider boundaries as initially promised to Abraham (Genesis 15:18) will undoubtedly be...
Exodus 17:14: in a book - Study Note
... throughout the last four books of the Pentateuch (e.g., Numbers 33:2). Although this is the first specific command of God to write His words down in a book, there is a much earlier reference to “the book of the generations of...
Numbers 9:12: nor break any bone - Study Note
... nor break any bone. See also Exodus 12:46, Psalm 34:20. The Passover lamb was to be without blemish, which meant also that, although he was to be slain, none of his bones could be broken. The lamb was intended, of course, to be a type of the...
Exodus 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
in some instances, especially in the accurate reproduction of numbers which might influence Biblical chronological calculations. We may be confident, in view of the wealth of internal evidence, that all these external questions will eventually be...
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