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Numbers 12:6


The Lord 1  said, “Hear now my words: If there is a prophet among you, 2  I the Lord 3  will make myself known to him in a vision; I will speak with him in a dream.


Ge 15:1; Ge 20:7; Ge 31:10,11; Ge 46:2; Ex 7:1; 1Ki 3:5; Job 4:13; Job 33:15; Ps 89:19; Ps 105:15; Jer 23:28; Eze 1:1; Da 7:1; Da 8:2; Da 10:8,16,17; Mt 1:20; Mt 2:12,13,19; Mt 23:31,34,37; Lu 1:11,22; Lu 20:6; Ac 10:11,17; Ac 22:17,18; Eph 4:11; Re 11:3,10

NET © Notes

tn Heb “he.”

tn The form of this construction is rare: נְבִיאֲכֶם (nÿviakhem) would normally be rendered “your prophet.” The singular noun is suffixed with a plural pronominal suffix. Some commentators think the MT has condensed “a prophet” with “to you.”

tn The Hebrew syntax is difficult here. “The Lord” is separated from the verb by two intervening prepositional phrases. Some scholars conclude that this word belongs with the verb at the beginning of v. 6 (“And the Lord spoke”).

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