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Daniel 9:11

Context
NETBible

“All Israel has broken 1  your law and turned away by not obeying you. 2  Therefore you have poured out on us the judgment solemnly threatened 3  in the law of Moses the servant of God, for we have sinned against you. 4 

XREF

Le 26:14-46; De 27:15-26; De 28:15-68; De 29:20-29; De 30:17-19; De 31:17,18; De 32:19-42; 2Ki 17:18-23; Isa 1:4-6; Jer 8:5-10; Jer 9:26; Eze 22:26-31

NET © Notes

tn Or “transgressed.” The Hebrew verb has the primary sense of crossing a boundary, in this case, God’s law.

tn Heb “by not paying attention to your voice.”

tn Heb “the curse and the oath which is written.” The term “curse” refers here to the judgments threatened in the Mosaic law (see Deut 28) for rebellion. The expression “the curse and the oath” is probably a hendiadys (cf. Num 5:21; Neh 10:29) referring to the fact that the covenant with its threatened judgments was ratified by solemn oath and made legally binding upon the covenant community.

tn Heb “him.”



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