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    JOSHUA 9

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     -    1,2  The kings combine against Israel
        3-21  The Gibeonites by craft obtain a league
       22-27  They are condemned to perpetual bondage
    
    
    VERSE 1
    -    all the kings
       * Jos 10:2-5,23,28-39; 11:1-5,10,11; 12:7-24
    -    on this
       * Jos 1:15; 3:17; 5:1; 22:4,7 De 4:49
    -    of the great
       * Jos 1:4; 15:12; 23:4 Nu 34:6
    -    Lebanon
       * Jos 11:17; 12:7; 13:5 De 3:25
    -    Hittite
       * Le 24:11 Ge 15:18-21 Ex 3:17; 23:23,31; 34:11 De 7:1
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     -    gathered
       * 2Ch 20:1 Ps 2:1,2; 83:2-8 Pr 11:21 Isa 8:9,10,12; 54:15 Joe 3:9-13
       * Ac 4:26-28 Re 16:14; 20:8,9
    -    accord [heb] month
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     -    Gibeon
       * Jos 9:17; 10:2 2Sa 21:1,2
    -    Jericho
       * Jos 6:1-27; 8:1-35
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     -    work wilily
       * Ge 34:13 1Ki 20:31-33 Mt 10:16 Lu 16:8
    -    ambassadors
         the word tzier, an ambassador, properly denotes a hinge; because
         an ambassador is a person upon whom the business turns as upon a
         hinge.  So the Latin Cardinalis, from cardo, a hinge, was the
         title of the prime minister of the emperor Theodosius, though now
         applied only to the Pope's electors and counsellors.
    -    wine bottles
         These bottle being made of skin, were consequently liable to be
         rent, and capable of being mended; which is done, according to
         Chardin, by putting in a piece, or by gathering up the wounded
         piece in the manner of a purse; and sometimes by inserting a flat
         piece of wood.
       * Ps 119:83 Mt 9:17 Mr 2:22 Lu 5:37,38
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - old shoes.
       * :13 De 29:5; 33:25 Lu 15:22
    - clouted.
      The word clouted signifies here patched, from the Anglo-Saxon
      {clut,} a clout or rag; and not nailed from the French {clou,}
      a nail.
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - the camp.
       * Jos 5:10; 10:43
    - We be.
       * :9 De 20:11-15 1Ki 8:41 2Ki 20:14
    - make ye.
      {Kirthoo lanoo berith,} "cut or divide with us a covenant," or
      rather the covenant sacrifice offered on these occasions.
      (See Note on De 29:12.)
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - Hivites.
       * Jos 11:19 Ge 10:17; 34:2 Ex 3:8
    - how shall.
       * Ex 23:31-33; 34:12 Nu 33:52 De 7:2,3; 20:16 Jud 2:2
    
    VERSE 8
        * :11,23,25,27 Ge 9:25,26 De 20:11 1Ki 9:20,21 2Ki 10:5
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - From a.
       * De 20:15
    - because.
       * 1Ki 8:41 2Ch 6:32,33 Ne 9:5 Ps 72:19; 83:18; 148:13 Isa 55:5
       * Ac 8:7
    - we have.
       * :24; 2:9,10 Ex 9:16; 15:14 Nu 14:15 Isa 66:19
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - two kings.
       * Nu 21:24-35 De 2:30-37; 3:1-7
    - Ashtaroth.
       * Jos 12:4 De 1:4 1Ch 6:71
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - our elders.
       * Es 8:17
    - Take.
       * Jos 1:11 Mt 10:9,10 Lu 9:3
    - with you.  Heb. in your hand.
       * Ge 43:12
    - We are your.  See on ver.
       * :8 Es 8:17
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - our bread.  See on ver.
       * :4,5
    
    
    VERSE 13
    
    
    VERSE 14
      - the men took of their victuals.  or, they received the men by
      reason of their victuals.  asked not.
       * Ex 28:30 Nu 27:21 Jud 1:1; 20:18,28 1Sa 14:18,19; 22:10; 23:9-12
       * 1Sa 30:7,8 2Sa 2:1; 5:19 1Ch 10:13,14 Ezr 8:21 Pr 3:5,6
       * Isa 30:1,2 Jas 5 1:5
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - made peace.
       * Jos 2:12-19; 6:22-25; 11:19 De 20:10,11 2Sa 21:2 Jer 18:7,8
    - and the.
       * 2Sa 21:2
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - that they heard.
       * Pr 12:19
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - Gibeon.
       * Jos 10:2; 18:25-28 1Ch 21:29 2Ch 1:3 Ezr 2:25 Ne 7:29
    - Kirjath-jearim.
       * Jos 15:9,60; 18:14 1Sa 7:1 1Ch 13:5,6 2Ch 1:4
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - had sworn.
       * 2Sa 21:7 Ps 15:4 Ec 5:2,6; 9:2
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - We have.
       * :20 Ec 8:2; 9:2 Jer 4:2
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - lest wrath.
       * 2Sa 21:1-6 2Ch 36:13 Pr 20:25 Eze 17:12-21 Zec 5:3,4 Mal 3:5
       * Ro 1:31 1Ti 1:10
    
    
    VERSE 21 
     - let them.
       * :23,27 De 29:11 2Ch 2:17,18
    - as the princes.  See on ver.
       * :15
    
    
    VERSE 22 
     - Wherefore.
       * Ge 3:13,14; 27:35,36,41-45; 29:25 2Co 11:3
    - We are.
       * :6,9,10
    - ye dwell.
       * :16
    
    
    VERSE 23 
     - cursed.
      This may refer to the original curse pronounced against the
      descendants of Canaan:  both of them seem to have implied
      nothing else than perpetual slavery.  The Gibeonites were
      brought, no doubt, under tribute; performed the meanest
      offices for the Israelites; being in the same condition as the
      servile class of Hindoos, called the {Chetrees;} had their
      national importance annihilated, and yet were never permitted
      to incorporate themselves with the Israelites.
    
    - See on
       * Ge 9:25,26 Le 27:28,29
    - none of you be freed.  Heb. not be cut off from you.  hewers.
      In the East, collecting wood for fuel, and carrying water, are
      the peculiar employment of females.  The Arab women of
      Barbary, and the daughters of the Turcomans, are thus
      employed.  Hence Mr. Harmer concludes, that the bitterness of
      the doom of the Gibeonites does not seem to have consisted in
      the laboriousness of the service enjoined them, but its
      disgracing them from the characteristic employment of men,
      that of bearing arms, and condemning them and their posterity
      for ever to the employment of females.
    
       * :21,27
    
    
    VERSE 24 
     - the Lord.
       * Ex 23:31-33 Nu 33:51,52,55,56 De 7:1,2,23,24; 20:15-17
    - we were sore.
       * Ex 15:14-16 Job 2:4 Mt 10:28
    
    
    VERSE 25 
     - we are.
       * Ge 16:6 Jud 8:15 2Sa 24:14 Isa 47:6 Jer 26:14; 38:5
    - as it seemeth.
       * Jud 10:15 1Sa 3:18 Mt 11:26
    
    VERSE 26
    
    
    VERSE 27 
     - made them.  Heb. gave, or delivered to be.
       * :21,23 1Ch 9:2 Ezr 2:43; 8:20 Ne 7:60; 11:3
    - Nethinim.  in the place.
       * Jos 18:1 De 12:5; 16:2,6,16 2Ch 6:6 Ps 78:68; 132:13,14 Isa 14:32
    
    
    
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