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23261 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 605.2 (Matthew Henry)

… heathen, Jehovah, the God of Israel, has done great things for that people, such as our gods cannot do for us. The heathen had observed their calamity and had triumphed …

23262 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 615.2 (Matthew Henry)

… Lord, Jehovah, Israel’s God ( Psalms 136:1 ), the God of gods, the God whom angels adore, from whom magistrates derive their power, and by whom all pretended deities …

23263 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 617.8 (Matthew Henry)

… , as Jehovah, a perfecting God, is so much concerned in the progress of it to the end that we may in faith pray, “Lord, do not forsake it.” Whom he loves he loves to the …

23264 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 619.5 (Matthew Henry)

… Lord — Jehovah Adonai ! as Jehovah thou art self-existent and self-sufficient, an infinitely perfect being; as Adonai thou art my stay and support, my ruler and …

23265 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 625.1 (Matthew Henry)

… of Jehovah. In this excellent psalm of praise, I. The psalmist engages himself to praise God, Psalms 146:1, 146:2. II. He engages others to trust in him, which is one …

23266 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 625.5 (Matthew Henry)

… of Jehovah is repeated here five times in five lines, to intimate that it is an almighty power (that of Jehovah) that is engaged and exerted for the relief of …

23267 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 672.7 (Matthew Henry)

… Lord Jehovah there is everlasting strength; he has everlasting arms. Fifthly, Then the grinders cease because they are few; the teeth, with which we grind our …

23268 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 686.5 (Matthew Henry)

… not Jehovah —the essence of God (no man has seen that, or can see it), but Adonai —his dominion. He saw the Lord Jesus; so this vision is explained John 12:41; that Isaiah …

23269 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 688.26 (Matthew Henry)

… ; now Jehovah is our God, and therefore to him we ought to seek, and to consult with him, and not with those that have familiar spirits. All people will thus walk …

23270 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 692.6 (Matthew Henry)

… : Jah, Jehovah. Jah is the contraction of Jehovah, and both signify his eternity and unchangeableness, which are a great comfort to those that depend upon him …

23271 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 692.7 (Matthew Henry)

… Lord Jehovah is your strength and song and will be your salvation, you shall draw water with joy .” Note, The assurances God has given us of his love, and the experiences …

23272 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 699.16 (Matthew Henry)

… , To Jehovah, to his honour, as before there had been such pillars set up in honour of false gods. As soon as a stranger entered upon the borders of Egypt he might …

23273 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 706.5 (Matthew Henry)

… Lord Jehovah-Jah, Jehovah, in him who was, and is, and is to come, there is a rock of ages, a firm and lasting foundation for faith and hope to build upon; and the house …

23274 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 708.16 (Matthew Henry)

… Lord Jehovah, for the comfort of those that dare not make lies their refuge, Behold, and look upon me as one that has undertaken to lay in Zion a Stone ,” Jesus Christ …

23275 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 710.26 (Matthew Henry)

… of Jehovah, which the Assyrians disdain and set at a distance from them, as if they were out of its reach and it could do them no harm, behold, it comes from far. A …

23276 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 713.20 (Matthew Henry)

… this: Jehovah is our Judge, Jehovah is our Lawgiver, Jehovah is our King, who, being self-existent, is self-sufficient, and all-sufficient to us .

23277 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 720.18 (Matthew Henry)

… Lord Jehovah is, who is Israel’s God and Saviour. It comes in here, 1. To encourage his people that were captives in Babylon to hope in him, and to depend upon him …

23278 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 720.30 (Matthew Henry)

… , even Jehovah. He was from eternity; he will be to eternity; and therefore with him there is no deficiency, no decay. He has his being of himself, and therefore all …

23279 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 721.1 (Matthew Henry)

… , “If Jehovah be God, then follow him; but, if Baal be God, then follow him;” and in the people’s acknowledgment, upon the issue of the trial, “Jehovah he is the God, Jehovah

23280 Matthew Henry's Complete Bible Commentary, p. 721.7 (Matthew Henry)

… great Jehovah? Can any of the gods of the heathen do so?