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Exodus 12:39 DBY

39 And they baked the dough that they brought forth out of Egypt into unleavened cakes, for it was not leavened; for they were driven out of Egypt, and could not wait; neither had they prepared for themselves any food.

Study tools for Exodus 12:39

  • a 12:2 - Lit. 'head.'
  • b 12:2 - * The beginning of the year which began with the first new moon after the Spring Equinox.
  • c 12:3 - 'Assembly' is the congregation looked at as a moral whole, a corporate person before God: see Lev. 4.13; 8.3. 'Congregation,' ver. 6, is, I apprehend, the actual subsisting congregation composed of all its members.
  • d 12:3 - Or 'kid,' here and in all this passage, as also in Gen. 22.8.
  • e 12:5 - Elsewhere 'perfect.'
  • f 12:6 - See Note a.
  • g 12:8 - Lit. 'bitterness.'
  • h 12:11 - Signifies the action of passing over, see ver. 13.
  • i 12:13 - See ver. 23.
  • j 12:15 - Lit. 'put a stop to.'
  • k 12:16 - 'A calling together:' see Num. 10.2.
  • l 12:16 - Lit. 'every soul.'
  • m 12:21 - Or 'Draw out.'
  • n 12:21 - Lit. 'small cattle:' see ver. 5 and Note b, ver. 3.
  • o 12:23 - Here and ver. 27, 'plague,' see ver. 13.
  • p 12:24 - Generally 'statute:' first occurrence Gen. 47.22, 'assigned portion,' in Prov. 30.8, 'daily need;' Ezek. 16.27, 'portion;' also Ex. 15.25; Lev. 10.13; Jer. 31.36.
  • q 12:27 - See ver. 23.
  • r 12:29 - Lit. 'house of the pit.'
  • s 12:49 - Lit. 'native.'