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Deuteronomy 31:17

Context
NETBible

At that time 1  my anger will erupt against them 2  and I will abandon them and hide my face from them until they are devoured. Many disasters and distresses will overcome 3  them 4  so that they 5  will say at that time, ‘Have not these disasters 6  overcome us 7  because our 8  God is not among us 9 ?’

XREF

Nu 14:42; De 29:20; De 29:24-27; De 32:20; De 32:21,22; Jud 2:14,15; Jud 6:13; 1Ch 28:9; 2Ch 15:2; Ne 9:32; Job 13:24; Job 34:11; Ps 2:12; Ps 27:9; Ps 30:7; Ps 89:46; Ps 90:11; Ps 104:29; Isa 8:17; Isa 63:17; Isa 64:7; Jer 23:33,39; Eze 39:23,24,29; Ho 9:12

NET © Notes

tn Heb “on that day.” This same expression also appears later in the verse and in v. 18.

tn Heb “him.” Smr, LXX, and the Targums read the plural “them.” See note on the first occurrence of “they” in v. 16.

tn Heb “find,” “encounter.”

tn Heb “him.” Smr, LXX, and the Targums read the plural “them.” See note on the first occurrence of “they” in v. 16.

tn Heb “he.” Smr, LXX, and the Targums read the plural “they.” See note on the first occurrence of “they” in v. 16.

tn Heb “evils.”

tn Heb “me.” Smr, LXX, and the Targums read the plural “us,” which is necessary in any case in the translation because of contemporary English style.

tn Heb “my.”

tn Heb “me.” Smr, LXX, and the Targums read the plural “us,” which is necessary in any case in the translation because of contemporary English style.



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