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International Sunday School Commentary Volume 5, PT. 2; PT. 1 Johnson, F. Heroes and Judges. 1874 download pdf
International Sunday School Commentary Volume 5, PT. 2; PT. 1 Johnson, F. Heroes and Judges. 1874 download pdf

International Sunday School Commentary Volume 5, PT. 2; PT. 1 Johnson, F. Heroes and Judges. 1874 by American Bible Union
International Sunday School Commentary Volume 5, PT. 2; PT. 1 Johnson, F. Heroes and Judges. 1874
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Author: American Bible Union
Number of Pages: 138 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130274905
File size: 26 Mb
File Name: International.Sunday.School.Commentary.Volume.5,.PT..2;.PT..1.Johnson,.F..Heroes.and.Judges..1874.pdf
Download Link: International Sunday School Commentary Volume 5, PT. 2; PT. 1 Johnson, F. Heroes and Judges. 1874
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 Excerpt: ...might extend far to the cast of the city, that of the next to the west It is now absolutely impossible to draw lines around the separate 'lots' with any degree of certainty. Their general positions with relation to each other, however, can be ascertained with sufficient exactness for all important purposes in the study of Biblical geography." Many of the places mentioned in describing the boundaries of the various tribes are still unknown; and this is an additional source of inexactness. That which is known concerning the relative positions of the tribes may be learned from any good tribal map of Palestine; and it would be a valuable exercise in counection with the lesson to point out these positions to the class. The Exposition. 1. The congregation. The mass of the nation. The tribes of Judah, Ephraim and Manasseh were not present, as they had gone to their territories, chs. 15-17. Sons of Israel. Sec on the words in Josh. 1: 2. Assembled together. After the march, during which, necessarily, they would be scattered over a wide extent of country, traveling by various roads, as a large army always must do. SMloh. The name means rest, or a place of res'.. It was probably conferred now, as a memorial of the rest which Qod had given the people and the sanetuary. Shiloh was about twenty miles north of Jerusalem, twelve north of Bethel, and ten south of Shechem. It would be at least two days' journey for the Israelites from the Gilgal near Jericho, and but one from the Gilgal near Shechem. The ruins are now called Seilun by the Arabs. The surrounding scenery is now uninteresting. Tristram: "Straggling valleys, too open to be termed glens, within an amphitheatre of dreary round-topped hills, bare and rocky, without being picturesque, are the only charact...

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