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1 Chronicles 27:6 ASV
This is that Benaiah, who was the mighty man of the thirty, and over the thirty: and [of] his course was Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 BBE
This is the same Benaiah who was the great man of the thirty, chief of the thirty; and in his division was Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 CEB
This Benaiah was a warrior of the Thirty and in command of the Thirty. In command of his division was his son Ammizabad.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 CJB
This is the same B'nayah who was one of the thirty heroes and was over the thirty; his son 'Ammizavad was in his division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 RHE
This is that Banaias the most valiant among the thirty, and above the thirty. And Amizabad his son commanded his company.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 ESV
This is the Benaiah who was a mighty man of the thirty and in command of the thirty; Ammizabad his son was in charge of his division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 GW
This Benaiah was one of the thirty fighting men and commander of the thirty as well as his own unit. His son was Ammizabad.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 HNV
This is that Benayah, who was the mighty man of the thirty, and over the thirty: and [of] his course was `Ammizavad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 CSB
This Benaiah was a mighty man among the Thirty and over the Thirty, and his son Ammizabad was in charge of his division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 KJV
This is that Benaiah, who was mighty among the thirty, and above the thirty: and in his course was Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 LEB
This [was] Benaiah [who was] a mighty warrior of thirty, and over the thirty and his working group [was] Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 NAS
This Benaiah was the mighty man of the thirty, and had charge of thirty; and over his division was Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 NCV
He was the Benaiah who was one of the Thirtyn soldiers. Benaiah was a brave warrior who led those men. Benaiah's son Ammizabad was in charge of Benaiah's division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 NIRV
That same Benaiah was a mighty man among the Thirty. In fact, he was leader over the Thirty. His son Ammizabad was in charge of his company.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 NIV
This was the Benaiah who was a mighty man among the Thirty and was over the Thirty. His son Ammizabad was in charge of his division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 NKJV
This was the Benaiah who was mighty among the thirty, and was over the thirty; in his division was Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 NLT
This was the Benaiah who commanded David's elite military group known as the Thirty. His son Ammizabad was his chief officer.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 NRS
This is the Benaiah who was a mighty man of the Thirty and in command of the Thirty; his son Ammizabad was in charge of his division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 RSV
This is the Benai'ah who was a mighty man of the thirty and in command of the thirty; Ammiz'abad his son was in charge of his division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 DBY
This Benaiah was a mighty man among the thirty, and above the thirty; and in his division was Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 MSG
This was the same Benaiah who was a Mighty Man among the Thirty and their chief. His son Ammizabad was in charge of the division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 WBT
This [is that] Benaiah, [who was] mighty [among] the thirty, and above the thirty: and in his course [was] Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 TMB
This is that Benaiah, who was mighty among the thirty, and above the thirty; and in his course was Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 TNIV
This was the Benaiah who was a mighty warrior among the Thirty and was over the Thirty. His son Ammizabad was in charge of his division.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 WEB
This is that Benaiah, who was the mighty man of the thirty, and over the thirty: and [of] his course was Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27:6 WYC
that is Benaiah, the strongest man among (the) thirty, and above (the) thirty; and Ammizabad, his son, was sovereign of his company (after him). (this is Benaiah, the strongest man among The Thirty, and he was a leader of The Thirty; and his son Ammizabad was the leader of his company after him.)
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1 Chronicles 27:6 YLT
This Benaiah [is] a mighty one of the thirty, and over the thirty, and [in] his course [is] Ammizabad his son.
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1 Chronicles 27 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 27

David's military force. (1-15) Princes and officers. (16-34)

Verses 1-15 In the kingdoms of this world readiness for war forms a security for peace; in like manner, nothing so much encourages Satan's assaults as to be unwatchful. So long as we stand armed with the whole armour of God, in the exercise of faith, and preparation of heart for the conflict, we shall certainly be safe, and probably enjoy inward peace.

Verses 16-34 The officers of the court, or the rulers of the king's substance, had the oversight and charge of the king's tillage, his vineyards, his herds, his flocks, which formed the wealth of eastern kings. Much of the wisdom of princes is seen in the choice of their ministry, and common persons show it in the choice of their advisers. David, though he had all these about him, preferred the word of God before them all. Thy testimonies are my delight and my counsellors.

1 Chronicles 27 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

CHAPTER 27

1 Chronicles 27:1-15 . TWELVE CAPTAINS FOR EVERY MONTH.

1. came in and went out month by month--Here is an account of the standing military force of Israel. A militia formed, it would seem, at the beginning of David's reign (see 1 Chronicles 27:7 ) was raised in the following order: Twelve legions, corresponding to the number of tribes, were enlisted in the king's service. Each legion comprised a body of twenty-four thousand men, whose term of service was a month in rotation, and who were stationed either at Jerusalem or in any other place where they might be required. There was thus always a force sufficient for the ordinary purposes of state, as well as for resisting sudden attacks or popular tumults; and when extraordinary emergencies demanded a larger force, the whole standing army could easily be called to arms, amounting to two hundred eighty-eight thousand, or to three hundred thousand, including the twelve thousand officers that naturally attended on the twelve princes ( 1 Chronicles 27:16-24 ). Such a military establishment would be burdensome neither to the country nor to the royal treasury; for attendance on this duty being a mark of honor and distinction, the expense of maintenance would be borne probably by the militiaman himself, or furnished out of the common fund of his tribe. Nor would the brief period of actual service produce any derangement of the usual course of affairs; for, on the expiry of the term, every soldier returned to the pursuits and duties of private life during the other eleven months of the year. Whether the same individuals were always enrolled, cannot be determined. The probability is, that provided the requisite number was furnished, no stricter scrutiny would be made. A change of men might, to a certain degree, be encouraged, as it was a part of David's policy to train all his subjects to skill in arms; and to have made the enlistment fall always on the same individuals would have defeated that purpose. To have confined each month's levy rigidly within the limits of one tribe might have fallen hard upon those tribes which were weak and small. The rotation system being established, each division knew its own month, as well as the name of the commander under whom it was to serve. These commanders are styled, "the chief fathers," that is, the hereditary heads of tribes who, like chieftains of clans, possessed great power and influence.
captains of thousands and hundreds--The legions of twenty-four thousand were divided into regiments of one thousand, and these again into companies of a hundred men, under the direction of their respective subalterns, there being, of course, twenty-four captains of thousands, and two hundred forty centurions.
and their officers--the Shoterim, who in the army performed the duty of the commissariat, keeping the muster-roll, &c.

2, 3. Jashobeam the son of of his ancestors; or there might be different names of the same individual. In the rotation of the military courses, the dignity of precedence, not of authority, was given to the hero.

4. second month was Dodai--or, "Dodo." Here the text seems to require the supplement of "Eleazar the son of Dodo" ( 2 Samuel 23:9 ).

7. Asahel--This officer having been slain at the very beginning of David's reign [ 2 Samuel 2:23 ], his name was probably given to this division in honor of his memory, and his son was invested with the command.

1 Chronicles 27:16-24 . PRINCES OF THE TWELVE TRIBES.

16. over the tribes of Israel: the ruler--This is a list of the hereditary chiefs or rulers of tribes at the time of David's numbering the people. Gad and Asher are not included; for what reason is unknown. The tribe of Levi had a prince ( 1 Chronicles 27:17 ), as well as the other tribes; and although it was ecclesiastically subject to the high priest, yet in all civil matters it had a chief or head, possessed of the same authority and power as in the other tribes, only his jurisdiction did not extend to the priests.

18. Elihu--probably the same as Eliab ( 1 Samuel 16:6 ).

23. But David took not the number of them from twenty years old and under--The census which David ordered did not extend to all the Israelites; for to contemplate such an enumeration would have been to attempt an impossibility ( Genesis 28:14 ), and besides would have been a daring offense to God. The limitation to a certain age was what had probably quieted David's conscience as to the lawfulness of the measure, while its expediency was strongly pressed upon his mind by the army arrangements he had in view.

24. neither was the number put in the account of the chronicles of King David--either because the undertaking was not completed, Levi and Benjamin not having been numbered ( 1 Chronicles 21:6 ), or the full details in the hands of the enumerating officers were not reported to David, and, consequently, not registered in the public archives.
the chronicles--were the daily records or annals of the king's reign. No notice was taken of this census in the historical register, as from the public calamity with which it was associated it would have stood as a painful record of the divine judgment against the king and the nation.

25. over the king's treasures--Those treasures consisted of gold, silver, precious stones, cedar-wood, &c.; those which he had in Jerusalem as distinguished from others without the city.
the storehouses in the fields--Grain covered over with layers of straw is frequently preserved in the fields under little earthen mounds, like our potato pits.

27. the vineyards--These seem to have been in the vine growing districts of Judah, and were committed to two men of that quarter.
wine-cellars--The wine is deposited in jars sunk in the court of the house.

28. olive trees and the sycamore trees . . . in the low plains--that is, the Shephela, the rich, low-lying ground between the Mediterranean and the mountains of Judah.

29. herds that fed in Sharon--a fertile plain between Cæsarea and Joppa.

30. camels--These were probably in the countries east of the Jordan, and hence an Ishmaelite and Nazarite were appointed to take charge of them.

31. rulers of the substance that was king David's--How and when the king acquired these demesnes and this variety of property--whether it was partly by conquests, or partly by confiscation, or by his own active cultivation of waste lands--is not said. It was probably in all these ways. The management of the king's private possessions was divided into twelve parts, like his public affairs and the revenue derived from all these sources mentioned must have been very large.