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23072 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 3.3 (Matthew Henry)

… Creator, "Jehovah." Where the word "LORD" is printed in capital letters in our English Bibles, in the original it is "Jehovah." Jehovah is that name of God, which denotes …

23073 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 19.4 (Matthew Henry)

… called Jehovah throughout the chapter, continued with Abraham, and would not hide from him the thing he intended to do. Though God long forbears with sinners …

23075 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 23.3 (Matthew Henry)

… , even Jehovah. Faith had taught him not to argue, but to obey. He is sure that what God commands is good; that what he promises cannot be broken. In matters of God …

23076 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 23.4 (Matthew Henry)

… him. Jehovah-jireh, the Lord will provide; probably alluding to what Abraham had said, God will provide himself a lamb. The Lord will always have his eye upon …

23077 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 54.1 (Matthew Henry)

God appears to Moses in a burning bush. (1-6) God sends Moses to deliver Israel. (7-10) The name Jehovah. (11-15) The deliverance of the Israelites promised. (16-22)

23078 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 54.4 (Matthew Henry)

… name Jehovah, and signifies, 1. That he is self-existent: he has his being of himself. 2. That he is eternal and unchangeable, and always the same, yesterday, to-day …

23079 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 56.2 (Matthew Henry)

… of Jehovah, no fear of him, no love to him, and therefore refused to obey him. Thus Pharaoh's pride, ambition, covetousness, and political knowledge, hardened …

23080 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 57.2 (Matthew Henry)

… name Jehovah, that is, a God performing what he had promised, and finishing his own work. God intended their happiness: I will take you to me for a people, a peculiar …