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Deuteronomy 29:20

Context
NETBible

The Lord will be unwilling to forgive him, and his intense anger 1  will rage 2  against that man; all the curses 3  written in this scroll will fall upon him 4  and the Lord will obliterate his name from memory. 5 

XREF

Ex 20:5; Ex 32:32,33; Ex 34:14; De 9:14; De 25:19; De 27:15-26; De 28:15-68; Ps 18:8; Ps 69:28; Ps 74:1; Ps 78:50; Ps 78:58; Ps 79:5; Pr 6:34; So 8:6; Isa 27:11; Jer 13:14; Eze 5:11; Eze 7:4,9; Eze 8:3,5; Eze 8:18; Eze 9:10; Eze 14:7,8; Eze 23:25; Eze 24:14; Eze 36:5; Na 1:2; Zep 1:18; Ro 8:32; Ro 11:21; 1Co 10:22; Heb 12:29; 2Pe 2:4,5; Re 3:5

NET © Notes

tn Heb “the wrath of the Lord and his zeal.” The expression is a hendiadys, a figure in which the second noun becomes adjectival to the first.

tn Heb “smoke,” or “smolder.”

tn Heb “the entire oath.”

tn Or “will lie in wait against him.”

tn Heb “blot out his name from under the sky.”



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