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Judges 13:6

Overview - Judges 13
Israel is delivered into the hands of Philistines.
An angel appears to Manoah's wife.
The angel appears to Manoah.
15 Manoah's sacrifices, whereby the angel is discovered.
24 Samson is born.
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Judges 13:6  (King James Version)
Then the woman came and told her husband, saying, A man of God came unto me, and his countenance was like the countenance of an angel of God, very terrible: but I asked him not whence he was, neither told he me his name:

A man
Deuteronomy 33:1 ; Joshua 14:6 ; 1 Samuel 2:27 ; 9:6 1 Kings 17:18 1 Kings 17:24 ; 2 Kings 4:9 2 Kings 4:16
1 Timothy 6:11

countenance was
Matthew 28:3 ; Luke 9:29 ; Acts 6:15

22 ; Genesis 28:16 Genesis 28:17 ; Exodus 3:2 Exodus 3:6 ; Daniel 8:17 ; Daniel 10:5 Daniel 10:11 Matthew 28:4 ; Revelation 1:17

but I asked, etc
The Vulgate renders this cause very differently, the negative Not being omitted: {Quem cm interrogssim quis esset, et unde venisset, et quo nomine vocaretur, noluit mihi dicere; sed hoc respondit, etc; "Whom when I asked who he was, and whence he came, and by what name he was called, would not tell me: but this he said," etc. The negative is also wanting in the Septuagint, as it is in the Complutensian Polyglott; [kai erouton auton pothen estin, kai to onoma auton, ouk apengeilen moi.] "And I asked him whence he was, and his name, but he did not tell me." This is also the reading of the Codex Alexandrinus; but the Septuagint in the London Polyglott, the Chaldee, Syriac, and Arabic, read the negative particle with the Hebrew text: I asked Not his name, etc.

his name
Judges 13:17 Judges 13:18 ; Genesis 32:29 ; Luke 1:19

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