Deuteronomy 1:32
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New International Version
In spite of this, you did not trust in the LORD your God,

New Living Translation
"But even after all he did, you refused to trust the LORD your God,

English Standard Version
Yet in spite of this word you did not believe the LORD your God,

New American Standard Bible
"But for all this, you did not trust the LORD your God,

King James Bible
Yet in this thing ye did not believe the LORD your God,

Holman Christian Standard Bible
But in spite of this you did not trust the LORD your God,

International Standard Version
But despite this, you didn't trust in the LORD your God,

NET Bible
However, through all this you did not have confidence in the LORD your God,

New Heart English Bible
Yet in this thing you did not believe the LORD your God,

GOD'S WORD® Translation
In spite of this, you didn't trust the LORD your God,

JPS Tanakh 1917
Yet in this thing ye do not believe the LORD your God,

New American Standard 1977
“But for all this, you did not trust the LORD your God,

Jubilee Bible 2000
Yet with all this ye did not believe in the LORD your God,

King James 2000 Bible
Yet in this thing you did not believe the LORD your God,

American King James Version
Yet in this thing you did not believe the LORD your God,

American Standard Version
Yet in this thing ye did not believe Jehovah your God,

Douay-Rheims Bible
And yet for all this you did not believe the Lord your God,

Darby Bible Translation
But In this thing ye did not believe Jehovah your God,

English Revised Version
Yet in this thing ye did not believe the LORD your God,

Webster's Bible Translation
Yet in this thing ye did not believe the LORD your God,

World English Bible
Yet in this thing you didn't believe Yahweh your God,

Young's Literal Translation
'And in this thing ye are not stedfast in Jehovah your God,
Study Bible
Israel's Rebellion
31and in the wilderness where you saw how the LORD your God carried you, just as a man carries his son, in all the way which you have walked until you came to this place.' 32"But for all this, you did not trust the LORD your God, 33who goes before you on your way, to seek out a place for you to encamp, in fire by night and cloud by day, to show you the way in which you should go.…
Cross References
Hebrews 3:19
So we see that it was because of their unbelief that they were unable to enter.

Hebrews 4:2
For we also received the good news, just as they did; but the message they heard was of no value to them, since they did not share the faith of those who comprehended it.

Jude 1:5
Although you are fully aware of this, I want to remind you that after Jesus had delivered His people out of the land of Egypt, He destroyed those who did not believe.

Numbers 14:11
The LORD said to Moses, "How long will this people spurn Me? And how long will they not believe in Me, despite all the signs which I have performed in their midst?

Psalm 78:22
Because they did not believe in God And did not trust in His salvation.

Psalm 106:24
Then they despised the pleasant land; They did not believe in His word,
Treasury of Scripture

Yet in this thing you did not believe the LORD your God,

2 Chronicles 20:20 And they rose early in the morning, and went forth into the wilderness …

Psalm 78:22 Because they believed not in God, and trusted not in his salvation:

Psalm 106:24 Yes, they despised the pleasant land, they believed not his word:

Isaiah 7:9 And the head of Ephraim is Samaria, and the head of Samaria is Remaliah's …

Hebrews 3:12,18,19 Take heed, brothers, lest there be in any of you an evil heart of …

Jude 1:5 I will therefore put you in remembrance, though you once knew this, …

Verses 32, 33. - Yet in this thing ye did not believe the Lord your God; literally, With this thing [or With this word] ye were not believing in Jehovah your God. The Hebrew דָבָר, like the Greek ρῆμα, signifies either thing or word. If the former rendering be adopted here, the meaning will be, Notwithstanding this fact of which you have had experience, viz. how God has interposed for your protection and deliverance, ye were still unbelieving in him. If the latter rendering be adopted, the meaning will be, Notwithstanding what I then said to you, ye remained unbelieving, etc. This latter seems the more probable meaning. In the Hebrew text there is a strong stop (athnach) after this word, as if a pause of astonishment followed this utterance - Notwithstanding this word, strange to say! ye were not believing, etc. The participle ("believing") is intended to indicate the continuing of this unbelief. So also in ver. 34, the participle form is used - "who was going in the way before you," to indicate that not once and again, but continually, the Lord went before them; and this made the sin of their unbelief all the more marked and aggravated. (For the fact here referred to, see Exodus 13:21, etc.; Numbers 9:15, etc.; Numbers 10:33-36.) Yet in this thing ye did not believe the Lord your God. That they might go up and possess the land at once, and that he would fight for them, and subdue their enemies under them; or notwithstanding the favours bestowed upon them, and because of them, they did not believe in the Lord their God, and which was a great aggravation of their unbelief, and was the cause of their not entering into the good land, Hebrews 3:19. 1:19-46 Moses reminds the Israelites of their march from Horeb to Kadesh-barnea, through that great and terrible wilderness. He shows how near they were to a happy settlement in Canaan. It will aggravate the eternal ruin of hypocrites, that they were not far from the kingdom of God. As if it were not enough that they were sure of their God before them, they would send men before them. Never any looked into the Holy Land, but they must own it to be a good land. And was there any cause to distrust this God? An unbelieving heart was at the bottom of all this. All disobedience to God's laws, and distrust of his power and goodness, flow from disbelief of his word, as all true obedience springs from faith. It is profitable for us to divide our past lives into distinct periods; to give thanks to God for the mercies we have received in each, to confess and seek the forgiveness of all the sins we can remember; and thus to renew our acceptance of God's salvation, and our surrender of ourselves to his service. Our own plans seldom avail to good purpose; while courage in the exercise of faith, and in the path of duty, enables the believer to follow the Lord fully, to disregard all that opposes, to triumph over all opposition, and to take firm hold upon the promised blessings.
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