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    2 SAMUEL 20

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      1  By occasion of the quarrel, Sheba makes a party in Israel.
     3  David's ten concubines are put in confinement for life.
     4  Amasa, made captain over Judah, is slain by Joab.
    14  Joab pursues Sheba unto Abel.
    16  A wise woman saves the city by Sheba's head.
    23  David's officers.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - And there.
       * 2Sa 19:41-43 Ps 34:19
    - a man.
       * 2Sa 23:6 De 13:13 Jud 19:22 1Sa 2:12; 30:22 Ps 17:13 Pr 26:21
       * Hab 1:12,13
    - he blew.
       * 2Sa 15:10 Jud 3:27 Pr 24:21,22; 25:8
    - We have.
       * 2Sa 19:43 1Ki 12:16 2Ch 10:6 Lu 19:14,27
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - every man.
       * 2Sa 19:41 Ps 62:9; 118:8-10 Pr 17:14
    - the men.
       * Joh 6:66-68 Ac 11:23
    - from Jordan.
       * 2Sa 19:15,40,41 2Ch 10:17
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - ten women.
       * 2Sa 15:16; 16:21,22
    - and put.
      The confinement and retired maintenance of these women was the
      only measure which in justice and prudence could be adopted.
      In China, when an emperor dies, all his women are removed to
      an edifice called the palace of chastity, situated within the
      palace, in which they are shut up for the remainder of their
      lives.
    
    - ward.  Heb. an house of ward.
       * Ge 40:3
    - shut.  Heb. bound.  living in widowhood.  Heb. in widowhood
      of life.
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - Amasa.
       * 2Sa 17:25; 19:13 1Ch 2:17
    - Assemble.  Heb. Call.
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - So Amasa.
       * 2Sa 19:13
    - tarried.
       * 1Sa 13:8
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - Abishai.
       * 2Sa 2:18; 3:30,39; 10:9,10,14; 18:2,12; 21:17; 23:18 1Sa 26:6
       * 1Ch 11:20; 18:12
    - do us.
       * 2Sa 19:7
    - thy lord's.
       * 2Sa 11:11 1Ki 1:33
    - escape us.  Heb. deliver himself from our eyes.
    
    VERSE 7
        * :23; 8:16,18; 15:18; 23:22,23 1Ki 1:38,44
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - in Gibeon.
       * 2Sa 2:13; 3:30
    - Amasa.
       * :4,5
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - Art thou.
       * Ps 55:21 Pr 26:24-26 Mic 7:2
    - took Amasa.
      Thevenot says, that among the Turks it is a great afront to
      take one by the beard, unless it be to kiss him, in which case
      they often do it.  D'Arvieux, describing an assembly of Arab
      emirs at an entertainment, says, "After the usual civilities,
      caresses, kissings of the beard, and of the hand, which every
      one gave and received according to his rank and dignity, they
      sat down upon mats."  The doing this by the Arab emirs
      corresponds with the conduct of Joab, and illustrates this
      horrid assassination.
    
    - to kiss him.
       * Mt 26:48,49 Lu 22:47,48
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - in Joab's.
       * :9 Jud 3:21 1Ch 12:2
    - he smote.
       * 2Sa 2:23; 3:27 Ge 4:8 1Ki 2:5,6,31-34
    - and shed.
       * Ac 1:18,19
    - struck him not again.  Heb. doubled not his stroke.
       * 1Sa 26:8
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - He that.
       * :6,7,13,21
    - for David.
       * :4 2Ki 9:32
    
    VERSE 12
        * 2Sa 17:25 Ps 9:16; 55:23 Pr 24:21,22
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - the highway.
       * :12,13 Nu 20:19 Jud 21:19 1Sa 6:12 2Ki 18:17 Pr 16:17 Isa 7:3
       * Isa 36:2; 62:10 Jer 31:21 Mr 10:46
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - Abel.
      Or rather, probably, Abel of Beth-Maachah, as in the next
      verse.  It appears, from Joab having marched "through all the
      tribes of Israel," to have been situated in the northern
      confines of the land of Israel, and in the half tribe of
      Manasseh, east of Jordan, as that was the situation of
      Maachah, to which it belonged.  This agrees with the situation
      of the Abela which Eusebius and Jerome place between Paneas,
      or Caesarea Philippi, and Damascus.  Josephus says it was a
      fortified city, and a metropolis of the Israelites; and also
      that it belonged to the ten tribes, having been taken from the
      king of Damascus.
    
       * 1Ki 15:20 2Ki 15:29 2Ch 16:4
    - Berites.
       * Jos 18:25
    - Beeroth.
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - cast up.
       * 2Ki 19:32 Jer 32:24; 33:4 Lu 19:43
    - a bank.
      So LXX. generally render {solelah,} by [                    ;]
      which latter is described by Potter as "a mount, which was
      raised so high as to equal, if not exceed, the top of the
      besieged walls.  The sides were walled in with bricks or
      stones, or secured with strong rafters; the fore part only,
      being by degrees to be moved near the walls, remained bare."
    
    - it stood in the trench.  or, it stood against the outmost
      wall.  battered, etc.  Heb. marred to throw down.
    
    VERSE 16
        * 2Sa 14:2 1Sa 25:3,32,33 Ec 9:14-18
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - Hear the words.
       * 2Sa 14:12 1Sa 25:24
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - They were wont, etc.  or, They plainly spake in the
      beginning, saying, Surely they will ask of Abel, and so make
      an end.
       * De 20:10,11
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - peaceable.
       * Ge 18:23 Ro 13:3,4 1Ti 2:2
    - a mother.
       * Jud 5:7 Eze 16:45-49
    - swallow.
       * 2Sa 17:16 Nu 16:32; 26:10 Ps 124:3 Jer 51:34,44 La 2:2,5,16
       * 1Co 15:54 2Co 5:4
    - the inheritance.
       * 2Sa 21:3 Ex 19:5,6 De 32:9 1Sa 26:19
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - Far be it.
       * 2Sa 23:17 Job 21:16; 22:18
    - that I should.
       * :10 Pr 28:13 Jer 17:9 Lu 10:29
    
    
    VERSE 21 
     - a man.
       * :1 Jud 2:9; 7:24 2Ki 5:22 Jer 4:15; 50:19
    - by name.  Heb. by his name.  lifted.
       * 2Sa 23:18 1Sa 24:6; 26:9
    - his head.
       * 2Sa 17:2,3 2Ki 10:7 Jud 18:4-8
    
    
    VERSE 22 
     - in her wisdom.
       * Ec 7:19; 9:14-18
    - he blew.
       * :1; 2:28; 18:16
    - retired.  Heb. were scattered.  And Joab.
       * 2Sa 3:28-39; 11:6-21 Ec 8:11
    
    
    VERSE 23 
     - Now Joab.
       * 2Sa 8:16-18 1Ch 18:15-17
    - and Benaiah.  See on ver.
       * :7
    
    
    VERSE 24 
     - Adoram.
       * 1Ki 4:6; 12:18
    - recorder.  or, remembrancer.
       * 1Ki 4:3
    
    
    VERSE 25 
     - Sheva.
       * 2Sa 8:17 1Ki 4:4 1Ch 18:16
    - Shavsha.
    
    
    VERSE 26 
     - Ira.
       * 2Sa 23:38 1Ch 11:40
    - Ithrite.  Jairite.
       * Jud 10:4,5
    - chief ruler.  or, prince.
       * 2Sa 8:18 Ge 41:43,45 Ex 2:14,16
      The Hebrew is {cohen ledawid,} which might be rendered, a
      priest of David; and so the Septuagint, Vulgate, Syriac, and
      Arabic.  The Chaldee has {rav,} a chief or prince:  probably
      he was a kind of domestic chaplain or seer to the king.
    
    - See ch.
       * 2Sa 24:11 2Ch 35:15
    
    
    
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