Let me pass through your land: I will go along by the high way, I will neither turn to the right hand nor to the left.
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EXPOSITORY (ENGLISH BIBLE)Joshua 13:18; 1 Chronicles 6:79. Numbers 21:22,
I will go along by the highway; the king's highway, as in the place referred to, the public road:
I will neither turn to the right hand nor to the left; to go into his fields and vineyards, and gather the fruit, or tread down the corn and vines, or do any manner of mischief to them; see the above place.Let me pass through thy land: I will go along by the high way, I will neither turn unto the right hand nor to the left.
EXEGETICAL (ORIGINAL LANGUAGES)27. Let me pass, etc.] So E, Numbers 21:22; LXX, we will pass.
I will go along by the highway] Heb. and Sam. here by the way by the way; E, by the king’s way, the main road, like the Ar. term Sulṭani.
I will neither turn, etc.] E, Numbers 21:22 : we will not turn aside into field or vineyard, nor drink the water of the wells.Verse 27. - Along by the high way; literally, by the way, by the way, i.e. always, continuously by the way, the public road, called in Numbers 20:17 and Numbers 21:22, "the king's way," probably because made and kept up by the king. Deuteronomy 2:24; see at Numbers 21:13), the land of Ar (see at Deuteronomy 2:9), "to come nigh over against the children of Ammon," i.e., to advance into the neighbourhood of the Ammonites, who lived to the east of Moab; but they were not to meddle with these descendants of Lot, because He would give them nothing of the land that was given them for a possession (Deuteronomy 2:19, as at Deuteronomy 2:5 and Deuteronomy 2:9). - To confirm this, ethnographical notices are introduced again in Deuteronomy 2:20-22 into the words of God (as in Deuteronomy 2:10, Deuteronomy 2:11), concerning the earlier population of the country of the Ammonites. Ammonitis was also regarded as a land of the Rephaites, because Rephaites dwelt therein, whom the Ammonites called Zamzummim. "Zamzummim," from זמם, to hum, then to muse, equivalent to the humming or roaring people, probably the same people as the Zuzim mentioned in Genesis 14:5. This giant tribe Jehovah had destroyed before the Ammonites (Deuteronomy 2:22), just as He had done for the sons of Esau dwelling upon Mount Seir, namely, destroyed the Horites before them, so that the Edomites "dwelt in their stead, even unto this day."
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