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23121 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 902.2 (Matthew Henry)

… of Jehovah agrees not with the views of proud reasoners. The God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ is slow to wrath and ready to forgive, but he will by no means …

23122 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 907.3 (Matthew Henry)

… of Jehovah. God appeared in his glory. All the powers of nature are shaken, and the course of nature changed, but all is for the salvation of God's own people. Even …

23123 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 908.2 (Matthew Henry)

… worship Jehovah and idols, or swear to the Lord, and to Malcham. Those that think to divide their affections and worship between God and idols, will come short …

23124 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 1056.2 (Matthew Henry)

… of Jehovah. The law, and the national covenant which was grounded thereon, belonged to them. The temple worship was typical of salvation by the Messiah, and …

23126 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 1169.3 (Matthew Henry)

… the Jehovah who is, and who was, and who is to come, eternal, unchangeable. The Holy Spirit is called the seven spirits, the perfect Spirit of God, in whom there is …

23127 Matthew Henry's Concise Bible Commentary, p. 1172.2 (Matthew Henry)

… of Jehovah. He saw a glorious One upon the throne, not described by human features, so as to be represented by a likeness or image, but only by his surpassing brightness …

23128 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 3.4 (Matthew Henry)

… is Jehovah —the LORD, in capital letters, which are constantly used in our English translation to intimate that in the original it is Jehovah. All along, in the …

23129 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 3.32 (Matthew Henry)

… wisdom. Jehovah-jireh, let the Lord provide when and whom he pleases. If we graciously rest in God, God will graciously work for us and work all for good. 3. That …

23130 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 16.14 (Matthew Henry)

… Lord Jehovah; and therefore, (1.) “I may give it to thee, for I am sovereign Lord of all, and have a right to dispose of the whole earth.” (2.) “I can give it to thee, whatever …

23131 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 18.1 (Matthew Henry)

… great Jehovah, the Father of mercies, on the one part, and pious Abram, the father of the faithful, on the other part. Abram is therefore called “the friend of God …

23132 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 18.6 (Matthew Henry)

… name Jehovah, Exodus 6:3. He used it to Jacob, Genesis 28:3, 43:14, 48:3. It is the name of God that is mostly used throughout the book of Job, at least in the discourses …

23133 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 18.10 (Matthew Henry)

… name Jehovah was inserted into it, as it was a disgrace to Jeconiah to have the first syllable of his name cut off, because it was the same as the first syllable …

23134 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 19.3 (Matthew Henry)

… called Jehovah, Genesis 18:13. The apostle improves this for the encouragement of hospitality, Hebrews 13:2. Those that have been forward to entertain strangers …

23135 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 23.26 (Matthew Henry)

… obedience: Jehovah-jireh, The Lord will provide ( Genesis 22:14 ), probably alluding to what he had said ( Genesis 22:8 ), God will provide himself a lamb. It was not owing …

23136 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 51.5 (Matthew Henry)

… same Jehovah. Note, Though we must be ready to forgive all that are any way injurious to us, yet we must especially take heed of bearing malice towards any that …

23137 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 54.4 (Matthew Henry)

… himself Jehovah. It was an extraordinary manifestation of the divine presence and glory; what was visible was produced by the ministry of an angel, but he …

23138 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 54.22 (Matthew Henry)

… name Jehovah, and signifies, (1.) That he is self-existent; he has his being of himself, and has no dependence upon any other: the greatest and best man in the world …

23139 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 55.18 (Matthew Henry)

… great Jehovah: Thus saith the Lord; this is the first time that preface is used by any man which afterwards is used so frequently by all the prophets: whether …

23140 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 56.4 (Matthew Henry)

… is Jehovah ? I neither know him nor care for him, neither value him nor fear him:” it is a hard name that he never heard of before, but he resolves it shall be no bug …