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PARALLEL BIBLE - Genesis 31:27


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King James Bible - Genesis 31:27

Wherefore didst thou flee away secretly, and steal away from me; and didst not tell me, that I might have sent thee away with mirth, and with songs, with tabret, and with harp?

World English Bible

Why did you flee secretly, and deceive me, and didn't tell me, that I might have sent you away with mirth and with songs, with tambourine and with harp;

Douay-Rheims - Genesis 31:27

Why wouldst thou run away privately and not acquaint me, that I might have brought thee on the way with joy, and with songs, and with timbrels, and with harps?

Webster's Bible Translation

Why didst thou flee away secretly, and steal away from me, and didst not tell me, that I might have sent thee away with mirth, and with songs, with tabret, and with harp?

Original Hebrew

למה
4100 נחבאת 2244 לברח 1272 ותגנב 1589 אתי 853 ולא 3808 הגדת 5046 לי ואשׁלחך 7971 בשׂמחה 8057 ובשׁרים 7892 בתף 8596 ובכנור׃ 3658

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VERSE (27) -
:3-5,20,21,31 Jud 6:27

SEV Biblia, Chapter 31:27

¿Por qu te escondiste para huir, y me hurtaste el corazn , y no me hiciste saber, para que yo te enviara con alegría y con canciones, con tamborín y vihuela?

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 31:27

Verse 27. I might have sent thee away with mirth] hjmb , besimchah, with rejoicing, making a
feast or entertainment on the occasion; and with songs, yrb beshirim, odes either in the praise of God, or to commemorate the splendid acts of their ancestors; with tabret, Ptb bethoph, the tympanum used in the east to the present day, and there called diff, a thin broad wooden hoop, with parchment extended over one end of it, to which are attached small pieces of brass, tin, &c., which make a jingling noise; it is held in the air with one hand, and beat on with the fingers of the other. It appears to have been precisely the same with that which is called the tambourine and which is frequently to be met with in our streets. And with harp, rwnkb bekinnor, a sort of stringed instrument, a lute or harp; probably the same as the Greek kinura kinura, a harp; the name being evidently borrowed from the Hebrew. These four things seem to include all that was used in those primitive times, as expressive of gladness and satisfaction on the most joyous occasions.

Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 22-35 -
God can put a bridle in the mouth of wicked men, to restrain their malice, though he do not change their hearts. Though they have no love to God's people, they will pretend to it, and try to make a merit of necessity. Foolish Laban! to call those things his gods which could be stolen! Enemies may steal our goods, but not our God. Here Laban lay to Jacob's charge things that he knew not. Those who commit their caus to God, are not forbidden to plead it themselves with meekness an fear. When we read of Rachel's stealing her father's images, what scene of iniquity opens! The family of Nahor, who left the idolatrou Chaldees; is this family itself become idolatrous? It is even so. The truth seems to be, that they were like some in after-times, who swar by the Lord and by Malcham, Zep 1:5; and like others in our times, wh wish to serve both God and mammon. Great numbers will acknowledge the true God in words, but their hearts and houses are the abodes of spiritual idolatry. When a man gives himself up to covetousness, lik Laban, the world is his god; and he has only to reside among gros idolaters in order to become one, or at least a favourer of their abominations.


Original Hebrew

למה 4100 נחבאת 2244 לברח 1272 ותגנב 1589 אתי 853 ולא 3808 הגדת 5046 לי ואשׁלחך 7971 בשׂמחה 8057 ובשׁרים 7892 בתף 8596 ובכנור׃ 3658


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