Deuteronomy 1:37
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New International Version
Because of you the LORD became angry with me also and said, "You shall not enter it, either.

New Living Translation
"And the LORD was also angry with me because of you. He said to me, 'Moses, not even you will enter the Promised Land!

English Standard Version
Even with me the LORD was angry on your account and said, ‘You also shall not go in there.

New American Standard Bible
"The LORD was angry with me also on your account, saying, 'Not even you shall enter there.

King James Bible
Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying, Thou also shalt not go in thither.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
The LORD was angry with me also because of you and said: 'You will not enter there either.

International Standard Version
"The LORD was also furious with me because of you. He said: 'You will not enter the land.

NET Bible
As for me, the LORD was also angry with me on your account. He said, "You also will not be able to go there.

New Heart English Bible
Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying, "You also shall not go in there:

GOD'S WORD® Translation
The LORD became angry with me because of you. He said, "You won't go there either.

JPS Tanakh 1917
Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying: Thou also shalt not go in thither;

New American Standard 1977
“The LORD was angry with me also on your account, saying, ‘Not even you shall enter there.

Jubilee Bible 2000
Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying, Thou shalt not go in there either.

King James 2000 Bible
Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying, You also shall not go in there.

American King James Version
Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying, You also shall not go in thither.

American Standard Version
Also Jehovah was angry with me for your sakes, saying, Thou also shalt not go in thither:

Douay-Rheims Bible
Neither is his indignation against the people to be wondered at, since the Lord was angry with me also on your account, and said: Neither shalt thou go in thither.

Darby Bible Translation
Also Jehovah was angry with me on your account, saying, Thou also shalt not go in thither.

English Revised Version
Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying, Thou also shalt not go in thither:

Webster's Bible Translation
Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying, Thou also shalt not go in thither.

World English Bible
Also Yahweh was angry with me for your sakes, saying, "You also shall not go in there:

Young's Literal Translation
'Also with me hath Jehovah been angry for your sake, saying, Also, thou dost not go in thither;
Study Bible
Israel's Penalty
36except Caleb the son of Jephunneh; he shall see it, and to him and to his sons I will give the land on which he has set foot, because he has followed the LORD fully.' 37"The LORD was angry with me also on your account, saying, Not even you shall enter there. 38'Joshua the son of Nun, who stands before you, he shall enter there; encourage him, for he will cause Israel to inherit it.…
Cross References
Numbers 20:12
But the LORD said to Moses and Aaron, "Because you have not believed Me, to treat Me as holy in the sight of the sons of Israel, therefore you shall not bring this assembly into the land which I have given them."

Numbers 27:13
"When you have seen it, you too will be gathered to your people, as Aaron your brother was;

Numbers 27:18
So the LORD said to Moses, "Take Joshua the son of Nun, a man in whom is the Spirit, and lay your hand on him;

Deuteronomy 3:26
"But the LORD was angry with me on your account, and would not listen to me; and the LORD said to me, 'Enough! Speak to Me no more of this matter.

Deuteronomy 3:27
Go up to the top of Pisgah and lift up your eyes to the west and north and south and east, and see it with your eyes, for you shall not cross over this Jordan.

Deuteronomy 4:21
"Now the LORD was angry with me on your account, and swore that I would not cross the Jordan, and that I would not enter the good land which the LORD your God is giving you as an inheritance.

Deuteronomy 31:2
And he said to them, "I am a hundred and twenty years old today; I am no longer able to come and go, and the LORD has said to me, 'You shall not cross this Jordan.'

Deuteronomy 32:52
"For you shall see the land at a distance, but you shall not go there, into the land which I am giving the sons of Israel."
Treasury of Scripture

Also the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, saying, You also shall not go in thither.

Deuteronomy 3:23-26 And I sought the LORD at that time, saying…

Deuteronomy 4:21 Furthermore the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, and swore …

Deuteronomy 34:4 And the LORD said to him, This is the land which I swore to Abraham, …

Numbers 20:12 And the LORD spoke to Moses and Aaron, Because you believed me not, …

Numbers 27:13,14 And when you have seen it, you also shall be gathered to your people, …

Psalm 106:32,33 They angered him also at the waters of strife, so that it went ill …

(37) Also the Lord was angry with me for your sakes.--Here, again, Moses combines his own rejection. an event of the fortieth year of the exodus, with the rejection of the people in the second year. The reason was the same--unbelief. "Because ye believed me not" was the reason given to Moses in Numbers 20:12. "Ye did not believe the Lord your God" is the reason for the rejection of the people, given above in Deuteronomy 1:32. As the spies presumed to investigate the route and order of the conquest, a matter of Divine guidance, so Moses presumed to alter the prescribed order for the miracle in Kadesh. Like transgressions incurred like penalties. The fault for which the people had suffered could not be overlooked in the leader. (See also Notes on Deuteronomy 3:23-28; Deuteronomy 32:49.) This and Deuteronomy 1:38 should be taken as a parenthesis.

Verse 37. - The Lord was angry with me also for your sakes, saying, Thou also shalt not go in thither. This must be regarded as parenthetical, for what he here refers to in regard to himself occurred, not at the time of the rebellion at Kadesh, but at the time of the second arrival of the people at that place, many years later. This parenthetical reference to himself was probably thrown in by Moses for the purpose of preparing for what he was about to say respecting Joshua, in whom the people were to find a leader after he himself was gone. It may be noted also that Moses distinguishes between the anger of the Lord against him, and the wrath which broke forth upon the people - a distinction which is aptly preserved in the Authorized Version by the words "was wroth" (קָצפ) and "was angry" (אָנַפ). For your sakes; rather, because of you, on accent of you. The Hebrew word (גָלָל) comes from a root meaning to roll, and signifies primarily a turn in events, a circumstance, an occasion or reason. Moses reminds the Israelites that the misconduct of the people was what led to God's being angry also with him (see Numbers 20:7, etc.; comp. Psalm 106:32, 33). Also the Lord was angry with me for your sakes,.... Not at the same time, though, as some think, at the same place, near thirty eight years afterwards, they provoking him to speak unadvisedly with his lips; see Numbers 20:10,

saying, thou shalt not go in thither: into the land of Canaan; and though he greatly importuned it, he could not prevail; see Deuteronomy 3:25. 37. Also the Lord was angry with me for your sakes—This statement seems to indicate that it was on this occasion Moses was condemned to share the fate of the people. But we know that it was several years afterwards that Moses betrayed an unhappy spirit of distrust at the waters of strife (Ps 106:32, 33). This verse must be considered therefore as a parenthesis.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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