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Deuteronomy 10:7 ASV
From thence they journeyed unto Gudgodah; and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land of brooks of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 BBE
From there they went on to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land of streams of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 CEB
From there the Israelites traveled to Gudgodah, then from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, which is a land with flowing streams.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 CJB
From there they traveled to Gudgod, and from Gudgod to Yotvatah, a region with running streams.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 RHE
From thence they came to Gadgad, from which place they departed, and camped in Jetebatha, in a land of waters and torrents.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 ESV
From there they journeyed to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land with brooks of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 GW
They moved from there to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land with rivers that don't dry up.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 GNT
From there they went to Gudgodah and then on to Jotbathah, a well-watered place.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 HNV
From there they journeyed to Gudgodah; and from Gudgodah to Yotvatah, a land of brooks of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 CSB
They traveled from there to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land with streams of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 KJV
From thence they journeyed unto Gudgodah; and from Gudgodah to Jotbath, a land of rivers of waters.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 LEB
From there they journeyed to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land [flowing with] streams of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 NAS
From there they set out to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land of brooks of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 NCV
From Moserah they went to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah they went to Jotbathah, a place with streams of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 NIRV
From Moserah the people traveled to Gudgodah. Then they went on to Jotbathah. That land has streams of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 NIV
From there they traveled to Gudgodah and on to Jotbathah, a land with streams of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 NKJV
From there they journeyed to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land of rivers of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 NLT
Then they journeyed to Gudgodah, and from there to Jotbathah, a land with brooks of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 NRS
From there they journeyed to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land with flowing streams.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 RSV
From there they journeyed to Gud'godah, and from Gud'godah to Jot'bathah, a land with brooks of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 DBY
From thence they journeyed unto Gudgodah; and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land of water-brooks.)
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Deuteronomy 10:7 MSG
From there they went to Gudgodah, and then to Jotbathah, a land of streams of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 WBT
From thence they journeyed to Gudgodah; and from Gudgodah to Jotbath, a land of rivers of waters.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 TMB
From thence they journeyed unto Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land of rivers of waters.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 TNIV
From there they traveled to Gudgodah and on to Jotbathah, a land with streams of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 TYN
And fro thece they departed vnto Gudgod: ad fro Gudgod to Iathbath, a lod of riuers of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 WEB
From there they journeyed to Gudgodah; and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land of brooks of water.
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Deuteronomy 10:7 WYC
From thence they came into Gudgodah; from which place they went forth, and setted tents in Jotbathah, in the land of waters and of strands. (And from Mosera, they came to Gudgodah; and from Gudgodah they went forth, and pitched their tents at Jotbathah, a land of many rivers.)
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Deuteronomy 10:7 YLT
thence they journeyed to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land of brooks of water.
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Deuteronomy 10 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 10

God's mercies to Israel after their rebellion. (1-11) An exhortation to obedience. (12-22)

Verses 1-11 Moses reminded the Israelites of God's great mercy to them, notwithstanding their provocations. There were four things in and by which the Lord showed himself reconciled to Israel. God gave them his law. Thus God has intrusted us with Bibles, sabbaths, and sacraments, as tokens of his presence and favour. God led them forward toward Canaan. He appointed a standing ministry among them for holy things. And now, under the gospel, when the pouring forth of the Spirit is more plentiful and powerful, the succession is kept up by the Spirit's work on men's hearts, qualifying and making some willing for that work in every age. God accepted Moses as an advocate or intercessor for them, and therefore appointed him to be their prince and leader. Moses was a type of Christ, who ever lives, pleading for us, and has all power in heaven and in earth.

Verses 12-22 We are here taught our duty to God in our principles and our practices. We must fear the Lord our God. We must love him, and delight in communion with him. We must walk in the ways in which he has appointed us to walk. We must serve him with all our heart and soul. What we do in his service we must do cheerfully, and with good will. We must keep his commandments. There is true honour and pleasure in obedience. We must give honour to God; and to him we must cleave, as one we love and delight in, trust in, and from whom we have great expectations. We are here taught our duty to our neighbour. God's common gifts to mankind oblige us to honour all men. And those who have themselves been in distress, and have found mercy with God, should be ready to show kindness to those who are in the like distress. We are here taught our duty to ourselves. Circumcise your hearts. Cast away all corrupt affections and inclinations, which hinder you from fearing and loving God. By nature we do not love God. This is original sin, the source whence our wickedness proceeds; and the carnal mind is enmity against God, for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be; so then they that are in the flesh cannot please God, Ro. 8:5-9 . Let us, without delay or reserve, come and cleave to our reconciled God in Jesus Christ, that we may love, serve, and obey him acceptably, and be daily changed into his image, from glory to glory, by the Spirit of the Lord. Consider the greatness and glory of God; and his goodness and grace; these persuade us to our duty. Blessed Spirit! Oh for thy purifying, persevering, and renewing influences, that being called out of the state of strangers, such as our fathers were, we may be found among the number of the children of God, and that our lot may be among the saints.

Deuteronomy 10 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

CHAPTER 10

Deuteronomy 10:1-22 . GOD'S MERCY IN RESTORING THE TWO TABLES.

1. At that time the Lord said unto me, Hew thee two tables of stone like unto the first--It was when God had been pacified through the intercessions of Moses with the people who had so greatly offended Him by the worship of the golden calf. The obedient leader executed the orders he had received as to the preparation both of the hewn stones, and the ark or chest in which those sacred archives were to be laid.

3. And I made an ark of shittim wood--It appears, however, from Exodus 37:1 , that the ark was not framed till his return from the mount, or most probably, he gave instructions to Bezaleel, the artist employed on the work, before he ascended the mount--that, on his descent, it might be finished, and ready to receive the precious deposit.

4, 5. he wrote on the tables, according to the first writing--that is, not Moses, who under the divine direction acted as amanuensis, but God Himself who made this inscription a second time with His own hand, to testify the importance He attached to the ten commandments. Different from other stone monuments of antiquity, which were made to stand upright and in the open air, those on which the divine law was engraven were portable, and designed to be kept as a treasure. JOSEPHUS says that each of the tables contained five precepts. But the tradition generally received, both among Jewish and Christian writers is, that one table contained four precepts, the other six.

5. I . . . put the tables in the ark which I had made; and there they be, as the Lord commanded me--Here is another minute, but important circumstance, the public mention of which at the time attests the veracity of the sacred historian.

6-9. the children of Israel took their journey from Beeroth of the children of Jaakan to Mosera--So sudden a change from a spoken discourse to a historical narrative has greatly puzzled the most eminent biblical scholars, some of whom reject the parenthesis as a manifest interpolation. But it is found in the most ancient Hebrew manuscripts, and, believing that all contained in this book was given by inspiration and is entitled to profound respect, we must receive it as it stands, although acknowledging our inability to explain the insertion of these encampment details in this place. There is another difficulty in the narrative itself. The stations which the Israelites are said successively to have occupied are enumerated here in a different order from Numbers 33:31 . That the names of the stations in both passages are the same there can be no doubt; but, in Numbers, they are probably mentioned in reference to the first visit of the Hebrews during the long wandering southwards, before their return to Kadesh the second time; while here they have a reference to the second passage of the Israelites, when they again marched south, in order to compass the land of Edom. It is easy to conceive that Mosera (Hor) and the wells of Jaakan might lie in such a direction that a nomadic horde might, in different years, at one time take the former first in their way, and at another time the latter [ROBINSON].

10-22. Moses here resumes his address, and having made a passing allusion to the principal events in their history, concludes by exhorting them to fear the Lord and serve Him faithfully.

16. Circumcise therefore the foreskin of your heart--Here he teaches them the true and spiritual meaning of that rite, as was afterwards more strongly urged by Paul ( Romans 2:25 Romans 2:29 ), and should be applied by us to our baptism, which is "not the putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good conscience toward God" [ 1 Peter 3:21 ].