The Quarterly Journal Of Prophecy

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... and probably proceeding from various singers, close the Book. The theme is
the promise made to David (Ps. lxxxix. 26, and. 2 Sam. vii. 28, which is in effect
the same as Isa. lv. 3), "The sure mercies of David." It is the definite promise of a
Saviour, to descend from David's loins, that furnishes the subject. And is not this
substantially the same as the first promise, the great promise of a Deliverer, the
promise of the Seed of the woman ? Let one read over the seventh chapter of 2
Samuel, ...

The Books Of Samuel Volume 2

Author: Cyril J. Barber
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Chapter 23 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. C. Burnett, One More Time (New York:
Random, 1986), 74, 91. Used by permission. Kirkpatrick, Second Samuel, 448-49
. Cf. McCarter, 2 Samuel, 509. Blaikie, Second Samuel, 377. Cf. Evangelical
Dictionary ... Macmillan Bible Atlas, 106. Cf. Baldwin, 1 & 2 Samuel, 295-96; W.
Fuss, Zeitschrift fur die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 74 (1962), 156; G. E.
Mendenhall, Journal of Biblical Literature 77 (1958), 52-66. Cf. 1 Samuel 22:5.
See H. Haag ...

The Burling Books

Author: Jane Thompson-Stahr
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Most of her correspondence was with Samuel's wife, Margaret, who evidently
wrote often, trying to bridge the gap between mother and son. Samuel visited
Natchez on rare occasions but mostly he was unresponsive to his somewhat
whiny, unhappy, unwell mother. Bonds are formed in childhood; it was too late for
Samuel and Elizabeth. In the first chapter of his journal,2 Samuel described with
great clarity and flair being sent from Baltimore to school in Carlisle,
Pennsylvania, with his ...

God Justice And Society

Author: Jonathan Burnside
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93 The killing of the lamb is not explicitly stated, but it is implicit in the fact that the
lamb is being served as “the dish of the day.” First, there is a parallel between the
lamb which “used to eat of his morsel, and drink from his cup, and lie in his
bosom” (2 Samuel 12:3) and Uriah who protests to David: “shall I then go to my
house, to eat and to drink, and to lie with my wife?” (2 Samuel 11:11).94 Second,
in my view, there is also a parallel between the characteristics of the lamb and
Uriah.

The Blue Parakeet

Author: Scot McKnight
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Chapter 1. The Book and I 1. Of course, I know many scholars have defended our
current Christian practice; some of these are ingenious and profound and the like
, but the implications we draw from some New Testament texts are not what the ...
Chapter 5. The Plot of the WikiStories 1. It is impossible to know how many “
authors” are involved in the composing of the thirtynine Old Testament books.
Since it likely that one author wrote more than one book (say 1–2 Samuel and 1–
2 ...

The Classical Journal

Author: Abraham John Valpy
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The first arises from a comparison of a song of David, preserved in the '22d
chapter of the second book of Samuel, and in the 18th Psalm. There can be no
doubt of their once being alike, but now, as Dr. Gerard says, in his Elements of
Biblical Criticism, there are near 130 variations, many of them plain corruptions,
and many removed by the authority of M58. one of them may serve as a
specimen of the rest. » In 2 Sam. xxii. 11. you read m1 'EDD '71? N'i'i and he was
seen Eppn the ...

The Christian Journal And Literary Register

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There appears to be some confirmation of this opinion in 2 Samuel xx. ... For the
Christian Journal. THE translation of the scriptures now in general use, is
undoubtedly a good one, taken as a whole; so much so, that it may well be
questioned whether it would be possible to procure a translation in the present
day with fewer faults. ... In the eight verse of the sixth chapter of the same book,
hades follows death, and both these are to be involved in destruction at the day
of judgment. Hence ...

Journal Of Biblical Literature

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In an opening chapter on etymology (7 pages), Day argues that the nun in s"tn
should be read as the third radical of the triliteral consonantal stem Qn, rather
than as a suffix (-an) to a geminate or hollow stem (contra Baur & Leander). In
chap. 2, attention is directed to the meaning of the term sdtdn in five contexts
which speak s relatively clearly of terrestrial accusers (1 Samuel 29; 2 Samuel 19
; 1 Kings 5, 11; Psalm 109). Day houses this discussion within the parameters of
a rather ...

Iowa State Journal Of Research

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Of course, David does finally overcome his rusticity and become a mighty
monarch, so much so that it required the prophet, Nathan, to recall him
continually to the original devotion to Yahweh he had known in his more youthful
days. Indeed, the story of David's wholehearted immersion of himself in the ways
of urban life in II SamueL chapters 9-20, and I Kings 1-2 is one of the great
historical documents of the ancient world.2 As for the tent-dwelling god, Yahweh,
it was as difficult for ...