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C.H. Spurgeons's The Treasury of David

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Verse 13. When they went from one nation, to another, from one Kingdom to another people. Migrating as the patriarchs did from the region of one tribe to the country of another they were singularly preserved. The little wandering family might have been cut off root and branch had not a special mandate been issued from the throne for their protection. It was not the gentleness of their neighbours which screened them; they were hedged about by the mysterious guardianship of heaven. Whether in Egypt, or in Philistia, or in Canaan, the heirs of the promises, dwelling in their tents, were always secure.



Verse 13. -- From one kingdom to another people. Where we might have expected from kingdom to kingdom, the car is somewhat disappointed by the phrase, "from one kingdom to another people," which may have been intended to distinguish the Egyptian and other monarchies from the more democratical or patriarchal institutions of the Arabians and other nations. --Joseph Addison Alexander.

Verse 13. -- Though frequent flitting is neither desirable nor commendable, yet sometimes there is a just and necessary occasion for it, and it may be the lot of some of the best of men. --Matthew Henry.



Verse 13. --

  1. God's people may be often removed.
  2. They can never be injured.
  3. God's property in them will not be renounced.


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Spurgeon, Charles H. "Commentary on Psalms 105:13". "C.H. Spurgeons's The Treasury of David". <>. 1865-1885.


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