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Deuteronomy 9:26


I prayed to him: 1  O, Lord God, 2  do not destroy your people, your valued property 3  that you have powerfully redeemed, 4  whom you brought out of Egypt by your strength. 5 


Ex 15:13; Ex 32:11-13; Ex 34:9; Nu 14:13-19; De 7:8; De 9:29; De 13:5; De 15:15; De 21:8; De 26:7,8; De 32:9; 2Sa 7:23; 1Ki 8:51; Ne 1:10; Ps 74:1,2; Ps 77:15; Ps 99:6; Ps 106:23; Ps 107:2; Isa 44:23; Isa 63:19; Jer 14:21; Mic 6:4; Tit 2:14; Heb 9:12; Re 5:9

NET © Notes

tn Heb “the Lord.” See note on “he” in 9:3.

tn Heb “Lord Lord” (אֲדֹנָי יְהוִה, ’adonay yÿhvih). The phrase is customarily rendered by Jewish tradition as “Lord God” (אֲדֹנָי אֱלֹהִים, ’adonayelohim). See also the note on the phrase “Lord God” in Deut 3:24.

tn Heb “your inheritance”; NLT “your special (very own NRSV) possession.” Israel is compared to landed property that one would inherit from his ancestors and pass on to his descendants.

tn Heb “you have redeemed in your greatness.”

tn Heb “by your strong hand.”

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