Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Numbers 10:9


If you go to war in your land against an adversary who opposes 1  you, then you must sound an alarm with the trumpets, and you will be remembered before the Lord your God, and you will be saved 2  from your enemies.


Ge 8:1; Nu 31:6; Jos 6:5; Jud 2:18; Jud 3:27; Jud 4:2,3; Jud 6:9,34; Jud 7:16-21; Jud 10:8,12; 1Sa 10:18; 2Ch 13:14; Ps 106:4; Ps 106:42; Ps 136:23; Isa 18:3; Isa 58:1; Jer 4:5,19,21; Jer 6:1,17; Eze 7:14; Eze 33:3-6; Ho 5:8; Am 3:6; Zep 1:16; Lu 1:70-74; 1Co 14:8

NET © Notes

tn Both the “adversary” and “opposes” come from the same root: צָרַר (tsarar), “to hem in, oppress, harass,” or basically, “be an adversary.”

tn The Niphal perfect in this passage has the passive nuance and not a reflexive idea – the Israelites would be spared because God remembered them.

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