Judges 5:1

Overview - Judges 5
The Song of Deborah and Barak.
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Judges 5:1  (King James Version)
Then sang Deborah and Barak the son of Abinoam on that day, saying,
 


Sang Deborah
This verse briefly recites the subject of this inspired song, which consists of eight stanzas: The first opens with a devout thanksgiving. The second describes the magnificent scenes at Mount Sinai, etc. The third states the apostasy and consequent punishment of the Israelites. The fourth contrasts their present happy state. The fifth censures the recreant tribes of Reuben, Gad, etc. The sixth records the defeat of the confederate kings of Canaan. The seventh contains a panegyric on Jael. And the eight describes the fond anticipations and disappointment of the mother of Sisera.
Exodus 15:1 Exodus 15:21 ; Numbers 21:17 ; 1 Samuel 2:1 ; 2 Chronicles 20:21 2 Chronicles 20:27 ; Job 38:7
Psalms 18:1 ; *title
Isaiah 12:1-6 ; 25:1 26:1 Luke 1:46 Luke 1:67 Luke 1:68 ; Revelation 15:3 Revelation 15:4 ; 19:1-3
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