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  1. Adam Clarke Commentary. Verse Genesis 36:24. This was that Anah that found the mules in the wilderness — The words את הימם eth kaiyemim, here translated mules, has given rise to a great variety of conjectures and discordant opinions.

  2. Bridgeway Bible Commentary. Letter to Thyatira (2:18-29) There had been considerable progress in the church at Thyatira (18-19). Yet this church also had been corrupted by teaching that encouraged participation in idol feasts and their associated immorality.

  3. Albert Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible. And immediately I was in the Spirit - See the notes on Revelation 1:10.He does not affirm that he was caught up into heaven, nor does he say what impression was on his own mind, if any, as to the place where he was; but he was at once absorbed in the contemplation of the visions before him.

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  5. Bridgeway Bible Commentary. 69. Teaching about cleansing (Matthew 15:1-20; Mark 7:1-23)A common practice of the Jews in Jesus’ time was the ceremonial washing of hands. They believed that those who came in contact with ‘unclean’ people or things had to pour water over their hands to cleanse themselv

  6. Psalms 104:27. These wait all upon thee Or "hope in thee" F19; not only the fishes of the sea, but the beasts of the field; for to them the psalmist returns, as Aben Ezra observes; to whom hope and expectation of their food and waiting for it at the hands of God, are ascribed; the allusion seems to be to tame creatures, who come at their certain times and wait on them that have been used to ...

  7. 2 Timothy 3:16. All Scripture is given by inspiration of God That is, all holy Scripture; for of that only the apostle is speaking; and he means the whole of it; not only the books of the Old Testament, but of the New, the greatest part of which was now written; for this second epistle to Timothy is by some thought to be the last of Paul's epistles; and this also will hold good of what was to ...