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Geneva Bible Notes (1560): Deuteronomy 3

1 a Therefore beside the commandement of the Lord, thei had juste occasion of his parte to fight against him.

6 c Because this was Gods appointement, therefore it may not be judged cruel.

11 d The more terrible that this gyant was, the greater occasion had they to glorifie God for the victorie.

11 ! The bignes of his bed.

16 f Which seperateth the Ammonites from the Amorites.

18 ! The Reubenites and Gadites are commanded to go ouer Jorden armed before their brethren.

18 g That is, the Reubenites, Gadites, and half Mannasseh, as {Nomb. 32,21}

21 h So that the victories came not by your owne wisdome strength or multitude.

21 ! Joshua is made captaine.

24 i He speaketh according to the common and corrupt speeche of them which attribute that power vnto idoles that onelie apperteineth vnto God.

24 / Or, wonders.

25 k He meaneth Zion, where the temple shulde be buylt and God honored.

27 l As before he sawe by the spirit of prophecie the good mountaine, which was Zion, so here his eyes were lifted vp aboue the ordre of nature to beholde all the plentiful land of Canaan.

27 ! Moses is permitted to se the land, but not to entre, albeit he desired it.