|Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary|
26:6-11 There is nothing in Isaac's denial of his wife to be imitated, nor even excused. The temptation of Isaac is the same as that which overcame his father, and that in two instances. This rendered his conduct the greater sin. The falls of those who are gone before us are so many rocks on which others have split; and the recording of them is like placing buoys to save future mariners. This Abimelech was not the same that lived in Abraham's days, but both acted rightly. The sins of professors shame them before those that are not themselves religious.
Verse 6. - And Isaac dwelt in Gerar - as God had shown and enjoined him.
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And Isaac dwelt in Gerar. Continued there; in this he was obedient to the command and will of God.
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