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The Population of Jerusalem
11:1 So the leaders of the people settled in Jerusalem, while the rest of the people cast lots to bring one out of every ten to settle in Jerusalem, the holy city, while the other nine remained in other cities. 11:2 The people gave their blessing on all the men who volunteered to settle in Jerusalem. 11:3 These are the provincial leaders who settled in Jerusalem. (While other Israelites, the priests, the Levites, the temple attendants, and the sons of the servants of Solomon settled in the cities of Judah, each on his own property in their cities, 11:4 some of the descendants of Judah and some of the descendants of Benjamin settled in Jerusalem.) Of the descendants of Judah: Athaiah son of Uzziah, the son of Zechariah, the son of Amariah, the son of Shephatiah, the son of Mahalalel, from the descendants of Perez; 11:5 and Maaseiah son of Baruch, the son of Col-Hozeh, the son of Hazaiah, the son of Adaiah, the son of Joiarib, the son of Zechariah, from the descendants of Shelah. 11:6 The sum total of the descendants of Perez who were settling in Jerusalem was 468 exceptional men. 11:7 These are the descendants of Benjamin: Sallu son of Meshullam, the son of Joed, the son of Pedaiah, the son of Kolaiah, the son of Maaseiah, the son of Ithiel, the son of Jeshaiah, 11:8 and his followers, Gabbai and Sallai– 928 in all. 11:9 Joel son of Zicri was the officer in charge of them, and Judah son of Hassenuah was second-in-command over the city. 11:10 From the priests: Jedaiah son of Joiarib, Jakin, 11:11 Seraiah son of Hilkiah, the son of Meshullam, the son of Zadok, the son of Meraioth, the son of Ahitub, supervisor in the temple of God, 11:12 and their colleagues who were carrying out work for the temple– 822; and Adaiah son of Jeroham, the son of Pelaliah, the son of Amzi, the son of Zechariah, the son of Pashhur, the son of Malkijah, 11:13 and his colleagues who were heads of families– 242; and Amashsai son of Azarel, the son of Ahzai, the son of Meshillemoth, the son of Immer, 11:14 and his colleagues who were exceptional men– 128. The officer over them was Zabdiel the son of Haggedolim. 11:15 From the Levites: Shemaiah son of Hasshub, the son of Azrikam, the son of Hashabiah, the son of Bunni; 11:16 Shabbethai and Jozabad, leaders of the Levites, were in charge of the external work for the temple of God; 11:17 Mattaniah son of Mica, the son of Zabdi, the son of Asaph, the praise leader who led in thanksgiving and prayer; Bakbukiah, second among his colleagues; and Abda son of Shammua, the son of Galal, the son of Jeduthun. 11:18 The sum total of the Levites in the holy city was 284. 11:19 And the gatekeepers: Akkub, Talmon and their colleagues who were guarding the gates– 172. 11:20 And the rest of the Israelites, with the priests and the Levites, were in all the cities of Judah, each on his own property. 11:21 The temple attendants were living on Ophel, and Ziha and Gishpa were over them. 11:22 The overseer of the Levites in Jerusalem was Uzzi son of Bani, the son of Hashabiah, the son of Mattaniah, the son of Mica. He was one of Asaph’s descendants who were the singers responsible for the service of the temple of God. 11:23 For they were under royal orders which determined their activity day by day. 11:24 Pethahiah son of Meshezabel, one of the descendants of Zerah son of Judah, was an adviser to the king in every matter pertaining to the people. 11:25 As for the settlements with their fields, some of the people of Judah settled in Kiriath Arba and its neighboring villages, in Dibon and its villages, in Jekabzeel and its settlements, 11:26 in Jeshua, in Moladah, in Beth Pelet, 11:27 in Hazar Shual, in Beer Sheba and its villages, 11:28 in Ziklag, in Meconah and its villages, 11:29 in En Rimmon, in Zorah, in Jarmuth, 11:30 Zanoah, Adullam and their settlements, in Lachish and its fields, and in Azekah and its villages. So they were encamped from Beer Sheba to the Valley of Hinnom. 11:31 Some of the descendants of Benjamin settled in Geba, Micmash, Aija, Bethel and its villages, 11:32 in Anathoth, Nob, and Ananiah, 11:33 in Hazor, Ramah, and Gittaim, 11:34 in Hadid, Zeboim, and Neballat, 11:35 in Lod, Ono, and the Valley of the Craftsmen. 11:36 Some of the Judean divisions of the Levites settled in Benjamin.
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Nama Orang dan Nama Tempat:
 · Abda father of Adoniram, Solomon's forced labor boss,a Levite living in Jerusalem in Nehemiah's day
 · Adaiah a woman's name; King Josiah's grandmother,the son of Ethan (Gershom, Levi); ancestor of Asaph,the son of Shimei of Benjamin,son of Jeroham; a priestly leader of those returning from exile,father of Ma-Aseiah, a commander who helped enthrone Joash,an Israelite (Bani) who put away his heathen wife,an Israelite (Binnui) who put away his heathen wife,the son of Joiarib of Judah of pre-exile times,son of Jeroham; head of the priestly clan of Melchijah
 · Adullam a resident of the town of Adullam
 · Ahitub chief priest Ahitub I; son of Phinehas II son of Eli,chief priest Ahitub II; son of Amariah I (WZ-466),chief priest, Ahitub III; son of Amariah II
 · Ahzai son (grandson) of Meshillemoth (Immer Aaron Levi)
 · Aija a town 2-3 km SE of Bethel
 · Akkub son of Eli-O-Enai (Hananiah Zerubbabel David Judah); Akkub I,a Levite who was chief gate keeper under Nehemiah; Akkub II,a chief Temple Servant under Nehemiah; Akkub III,a Levite scribe who helped Ezra explain the law; Akkub IV
 · Amariah a Levite (Hebron Kohath); founder of a sub-clan of Hebron,the chief priest, Amariah I; son of Marioth I; 1100 BC,son of Azariah II; chief priest under Jehoshaphat; Amariah II,a Levite temple assistant to Kore under King Hezekiah; 725 BC,son of King Hezekiah; 700 BC,an Israelite (Binnui) who put away his heathen wife; 458 BC,a priestly leader who returned with Zerubbabel 537 BC (NIVsn),son of Shephatiah of Judah
 · Amashsai son of Azarel/Adiel; head of the priestly clan of Immer
 · Amzi son of Zechariah; a priest whose family returned from exile,son of Bani, a member of the temple singer family
 · Ananiah father of Maaseiah, father of Azariah, a wall repairman,a town of Benjamin on the east slope of the Mount of Olives
 · Anathoth a town of Benjamin 10 km NE of Jerusalem, given to the priests,son of Becher, a Benjamite,an Israelite chief who signed the covenant to obey God's law
 · Asaph father of Joah, Hezekiah's recorder,son of Berechiah the Levite; music minister under David,father of Zichri; a Levite ancestor of some returnees,an official over the (Persian) king's forest in Judah
 · Athaiah son of Uzziah (Judah); a returned exile in Jerusalem
 · Azarel a man of Benjamin who defected to David at Ziklag,chief of the 11th division of singers under David,son of Jeroham; chief of the tribe of Dan under David,an Israelite (Binnui) who put away his heathen wife,son of Ahzai; a returned exile priest musician
 · Azekah a town in the western foothills of Judah
 · Azrikam son of Neariah, the descendent of Solomon,son of Azel of Benjamin,son of Hashabiah (Merari Levi),the commander of the palace under King Ahaz
 · Bakbukiah a Levite worship leader who lead a group from the exile
 · Bani a man of Gad; one of David's military elite,son of Shemer (Merari Aaron Levi),a man descended from Perez of Judah,a non-Levite ancestor of men who put away their heathen wives,a non-Levite ancestor of others who put away heathen wives,a Levite who helped Ezra explain the reading of the law,son of Henadad (Levi); a signer of the pledge to keep the law,an Israelite chief who signed the covenant to obey God's law,son of Hashabiah and father of head Levite Uzzi under Nehemiah
 · Baruch son of Zabbai and a priest repairer of the wall who also pledged to keep the law,son of Col-Hozeh of Judah,son of Neriah; Jeremiah's secretary
 · Beer-Sheba a famous well, its town and district in southern Judah
 · Beer-sheba a famous well, its town and district in southern Judah
 · Benjamin the tribe of Benjamin of Israel
 · Beth-Pelet a town of south-eastern Judah
 · Beth-pelet a town of south-eastern Judah
 · Bethel a town of Benjamin bordering Ephraim 18 km north of Jerusalem
 · Bunni a man of Levi who helped Ezra explain the law to the people,an Israelite chief who signed the covenant to obey God's law,a man of Levi whose descendant Shemaiah returned from Exile
 · Col-hozeh father of the Shallum who helped build the wall of Jerusalem
 · Col-Hozeh father of the Shallum who helped build the wall of Jerusalem
 · Dibon a town in Moab near where Israel encamped,a town in the Negeb of southeastern Judah
 · En-rimmon a spring & town of Simeon and Judah, 14 km north of Beer-Sheba


Topik/Tema Kamus: Israel | HACALIAH | Nehemiah | CHRONICLES, BOOKS OF | GENEALOGY, 8 part 2 | LAW IN THE OLD TESTAMENT | Shemaiah | Zechariah | Hashabiah | Meshullam | Maaseiah | Joiarib | Micha | Adaiah | Ziha | Neballat | Seraiah | Pedaiah | Sallai | PEREZ | selebihnya
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Wesley: Neh 11:1 - To dwell That the buildings of the city might be compleated, and the safety of it better provided for.

That the buildings of the city might be compleated, and the safety of it better provided for.

Wesley: Neh 11:2 - Blessed Because they denied themselves, and their own safety and profit for the publick good; for this city was the butt of all the malicious plots of their e...

Because they denied themselves, and their own safety and profit for the publick good; for this city was the butt of all the malicious plots of their enemies; and for the present it was rather chargeable than beneficial to its inhabitants.

Wesley: Neh 11:3 - Province Of Judea, which was now made a province.

Of Judea, which was now made a province.

Wesley: Neh 11:3 - Israel The generality of the people of Israel, whether of Judah, or Benjamin, or any other tribe. These he calls Israel rather than Judah, because there were...

The generality of the people of Israel, whether of Judah, or Benjamin, or any other tribe. These he calls Israel rather than Judah, because there were many of the other tribes now incorporated with them; and because none of the tribes of Israel, except Judah and Benjamin, dwelt in Jerusalem.

Wesley: Neh 11:9 - Overseer The captain of their thousand.

The captain of their thousand.

Wesley: Neh 11:16 - Outward For those things belonging to the temple and its service, which were to be done without it, or abroad in the country, as the gathering in of the volun...

For those things belonging to the temple and its service, which were to be done without it, or abroad in the country, as the gathering in of the voluntary contributions, or other necessary provision out of the several parts of the land.

Wesley: Neh 11:17 - To begin In the publick and solemn prayers and praises, which were constantly joined with the morning and evening sacrifice, at which the singers were present,...

In the publick and solemn prayers and praises, which were constantly joined with the morning and evening sacrifice, at which the singers were present, and praised God with a psalm or hymn which, this man began.

Wesley: Neh 11:21 - The Nethinims dwelt in Ophel Which was upon the wall of Jerusalem, because they were to do the servile work of the temple: therefore they were to be posted near it, that they migh...

Which was upon the wall of Jerusalem, because they were to do the servile work of the temple: therefore they were to be posted near it, that they might be ready to attend.

Wesley: Neh 11:24 - Was, &c. _Or, on the king's part, to determine civil causes and controversies between man and man, by the laws of that kingdom; between the king and people; as...

_Or, on the king's part, to determine civil causes and controversies between man and man, by the laws of that kingdom; between the king and people; as in matters of tribute, or grievances.

Wesley: Neh 11:36 - Divisions Or, for the Levites (those who were not settled in Jerusalem) there were divisions, places appointed for them, and distributed among them. Thus were t...

Or, for the Levites (those who were not settled in Jerusalem) there were divisions, places appointed for them, and distributed among them. Thus were they settled free and easy, tho' few and poor. And they might have been happy, but for that general lukewarmness, with which they are charged by the prophet Malachi, who prophesied about this time and in whom prophecy ceased for some ages, 'till it revived in the great prophet.

JFB: Neh 11:1 - the rulers . . . dwelt at Jerusalem That city being the metropolis of the country, it was right and proper that the seat of government should be there. But the exigency of the times requ...

That city being the metropolis of the country, it was right and proper that the seat of government should be there. But the exigency of the times required that special measures should be taken to insure the residence of an adequate population for the custody of the buildings and the defense of the city. From the annoyances of restless and malignant enemies, who tried every means to demolish the rising fortifications, there was some danger attending a settlement in Jerusalem. Hence the greater part of the returned exiles, in order to earn as well as secure the rewards of their duty, preferred to remain in the country or the provincial towns. To remedy this state of things, it was resolved to select every tenth man of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin by lot, to become a permanent inhabitant of the capital. The necessity of such an expedient commended it to the general approval. It was the more readily submitted to because the lot was resorted to on all the most critical conjunctures of the Jewish history, and regarded by the people as a divine decision (Pro 18:18). This awakened strongly the national spirit; and patriotic volunteers came forward readily to meet the wishes of the authorities, a service which, implying great self-denial as well as courage, was reckoned in the circumstances of so much importance as entitled them to the public gratitude. No wonder that the conduct of these volunteers drew forth the tribute of public admiration; for they sacrificed their personal safety and comfort for the interests of the community because Jerusalem was at that time a place against which the enemies of the Jews were directing a thousand plots. Therefore, residence in it at such a juncture was attended with expense and various annoyances from which a country life was entirely free.

JFB: Neh 11:3 - the chief of the province That is, Judea. Nehemiah speaks of it, as it then was, a small appendix of the Persian empire.

That is, Judea. Nehemiah speaks of it, as it then was, a small appendix of the Persian empire.

JFB: Neh 11:3 - in the cities of Judah dwelt every one in his possession in their cities The returned exiles, who had come from Babylon, repaired generally, and by a natural impulse, to the lands and cities throughout the country which had...

The returned exiles, who had come from Babylon, repaired generally, and by a natural impulse, to the lands and cities throughout the country which had been anciently assigned them.

JFB: Neh 11:3 - Israel This general name, which designated the descendants of Jacob before the unhappy division of the two kingdoms under Rehoboam, was restored after the ca...

This general name, which designated the descendants of Jacob before the unhappy division of the two kingdoms under Rehoboam, was restored after the captivity, the Israelites being then united with the Jews, and all traces of their former separation being obliterated. Although the majority of the returned exiles belonged to the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, they are here called Israel because a large number out of all the tribes were now intermingled, and these were principally the occupiers of the rural villages, while none but those of Judah and Benjamin resided in Jerusalem.

JFB: Neh 11:3 - the Levites These took possession of the cities allotted to them according as they had opportunity.

These took possession of the cities allotted to them according as they had opportunity.

JFB: Neh 11:3 - the Nethinims A certain order of men, either Gibeonites or persons joined with them, who were devoted to the service of God.

A certain order of men, either Gibeonites or persons joined with them, who were devoted to the service of God.

JFB: Neh 11:4 - at Jerusalem dwelt certain of the children of Judah The discrepancy that is apparent between this [Neh. 11:4-36] and the list formerly given in 1Ch 9:1-9, arose not only from the Jewish and Oriental pra...

The discrepancy that is apparent between this [Neh. 11:4-36] and the list formerly given in 1Ch 9:1-9, arose not only from the Jewish and Oriental practice of changing or modifying the names of persons from a change of circumstances, but from the alterations that must have been produced in the course of time. The catalogue in Chronicles contains those who came with the first detachment of returned exiles, while the list in this passage probably included also those who returned with Ezra and Nehemiah; or it was most probably made out afterwards, when several had died, or some, who had been inserted as going on the journey, remained, and others came in their stead.

JFB: Neh 11:9 - overseer That is, "captain" or "chief."

That is, "captain" or "chief."

JFB: Neh 11:11 - the ruler of the house of God Assistant of the high priest (Num 3:32; 1Ch 9:11; 2Ch 19:11).

Assistant of the high priest (Num 3:32; 1Ch 9:11; 2Ch 19:11).

JFB: Neh 11:16 - the oversight of the outward business of the house of God That is, those things which were done outside, or in the country, such as the collecting of the provisions (1Ch 26:29).

That is, those things which were done outside, or in the country, such as the collecting of the provisions (1Ch 26:29).

JFB: Neh 11:17 - the principal to begin the thanksgiving in prayer That is, the leader of the choir which chanted the public praise at the time of the morning and evening sacrifice. That service was always accompanied...

That is, the leader of the choir which chanted the public praise at the time of the morning and evening sacrifice. That service was always accompanied by some appropriate psalm, the sacred music being selected and guided by the person named.

JFB: Neh 11:22 - the sons of Asaph, the singers were over the business of the house of God They were selected to take charge of providing those things which were required for the interior of the temple and its service, while to others was co...

They were selected to take charge of providing those things which were required for the interior of the temple and its service, while to others was committed the care of the "outward business of the house of God" (Neh 11:16). This duty was very properly assigned to the sons of Asaph; for, though they were Levites, they did not repair in rotation to Jerusalem, as the other ministers of religion. Being permanent residents, and employed in duties which were comparatively light and easy, they were very competent to undertake this charge.

JFB: Neh 11:23 - it was the king's commandment It was the will of the Persian monarch in issuing his edict that the temple service should be revived in all its religious fulness and solemnity. As t...

It was the will of the Persian monarch in issuing his edict that the temple service should be revived in all its religious fulness and solemnity. As this special provision for the singers is said to have been by the king's commandment, the order was probably given at the request or suggestion of Ezra or Nehemiah.

JFB: Neh 11:24 - Pethahiah . . . was at the king's hand in all matters concerning the people This person was entrusted with judicial power, either for the interest, or by the appointment, of the Persian monarch, and his duty consisted either i...

This person was entrusted with judicial power, either for the interest, or by the appointment, of the Persian monarch, and his duty consisted either in adjusting cases of civil dispute, or in regulating fiscal concerns.

JFB: Neh 11:25 - some of the children of Judah dwelt at Kirjath-arba The whole region in which the villages here mentioned were situated had been completely devastated by the Chaldean invasion; and, therefore, it must b...

The whole region in which the villages here mentioned were situated had been completely devastated by the Chaldean invasion; and, therefore, it must be assumed, that these villages had been rebuilt before "the children dwelt in them."

JFB: Neh 11:36 - And of the Levites were divisions in Judah, and in Benjamin Rather, there were divisions for the Levites; that is, those who were not resident in Jerusalem were distributed in settlements throughout the provinc...

Rather, there were divisions for the Levites; that is, those who were not resident in Jerusalem were distributed in settlements throughout the provinces of Judah and Benjamin.

Clarke: Neh 11:1 - To bring one of ten To bring one of ten - Jerusalem certainly had many inhabitants at this time; but not sufficient to preserve the city, which was now encompassed with...

To bring one of ten - Jerusalem certainly had many inhabitants at this time; but not sufficient to preserve the city, which was now encompassed with a wall, and the rebuilding of which was going on fast. Nehemiah therefore obliged one tenth of the country people to come and dwell in it, that the population might be sufficient for the preservation and defense of the city. Ten were set apart, and the lot cast among them to see which one of the ten should take up his residence in the city.

Clarke: Neh 11:2 - All the men that willingly offered All the men that willingly offered - Some volunteered their services, which was considered a sacrifice to patriotism at that time, as Jerusalem affo...

All the men that willingly offered - Some volunteered their services, which was considered a sacrifice to patriotism at that time, as Jerusalem afforded very few advantages, and was a place of considerable danger; hence the people spoke well of them, and no doubt prayed for God’ s blessing upon them.

Clarke: Neh 11:3 - Now these are the chief Now these are the chief - A good deal of difference will be found between the enumeration here and that in 1Ch 9:2, etc. There, those only who came ...

Now these are the chief - A good deal of difference will be found between the enumeration here and that in 1Ch 9:2, etc. There, those only who came with Zerubbabel appear to be numbered; here, those, and the persons who came with Ezra and Nehemiah, enter into the account.

Clarke: Neh 11:9 - And Joel - was their overseer And Joel - was their overseer - Joel was chief or magistrate over those, and Judah was his second or deputy. Perhaps each had a different office, bu...

And Joel - was their overseer - Joel was chief or magistrate over those, and Judah was his second or deputy. Perhaps each had a different office, but that of Joel was the chief.

Clarke: Neh 11:11 - Ruler of the house of God Ruler of the house of God - He had the command over all secular matters, as the high priest had over those which were spiritual.

Ruler of the house of God - He had the command over all secular matters, as the high priest had over those which were spiritual.

Clarke: Neh 11:14 - Mighty men of valor Mighty men of valor - Noted for strength of body, and military courage.

Mighty men of valor - Noted for strength of body, and military courage.

Clarke: Neh 11:16 - And Shabbethai And Shabbethai - This verse, with Neh 11:20, Neh 11:21, Neh 11:28, Neh 11:29, Neh 11:32, Neh 11:33, Neh 11:34, and Neh 11:35, are all wanting in the...

And Shabbethai - This verse, with Neh 11:20, Neh 11:21, Neh 11:28, Neh 11:29, Neh 11:32, Neh 11:33, Neh 11:34, and Neh 11:35, are all wanting in the Septuagint and the whole chapter is wanting in the Arabic, the translator not being concerned in Jewish genealogies

Clarke: Neh 11:16 - The outward business The outward business - Calmet supposes that he provided the victuals for the priests, victims for the sacrifices, the sacerdotal vestments, the sacr...

The outward business - Calmet supposes that he provided the victuals for the priests, victims for the sacrifices, the sacerdotal vestments, the sacred vessels, and other necessaries for the service of the temple.

Clarke: Neh 11:17 - The principal to begin the thanksgiving The principal to begin the thanksgiving - The precentor, pitcher of the tune, or master-singer.

The principal to begin the thanksgiving - The precentor, pitcher of the tune, or master-singer.

Clarke: Neh 11:22 - The overseer also of the Levites The overseer also of the Levites - פקיד pekid , the visitant, the inspector; translated επισκοπος, bishop, both by the Septuagint and...

The overseer also of the Levites - פקיד pekid , the visitant, the inspector; translated επισκοπος, bishop, both by the Septuagint and Vulgate.

Clarke: Neh 11:23 - It was the king’ s commandment It was the king’ s commandment - By the king some understand David, and others Artaxerxes. It is most probable that it was the latter; who wish...

It was the king’ s commandment - By the king some understand David, and others Artaxerxes. It is most probable that it was the latter; who wished that a provision should be made for these, a part of whose office was to offer up prayers also, as well as praises. For we know that Darius made an ample provision for the priests, that they might offer sacrifices of sweet savor unto the God of heaven; and pray for the life of the king and of his sons, Ezr 6:10. Some have thought that they had been Jewish singers employed in the service of the Persian king, to whom he had given a salary, and to whom he wished still to continue the same.

Clarke: Neh 11:24 - Pethahiah - was at the king’ s hand Pethahiah - was at the king’ s hand - He was the governor appointed by the Persian king over the Jewish nation in those matters in which the ci...

Pethahiah - was at the king’ s hand - He was the governor appointed by the Persian king over the Jewish nation in those matters in which the civil government interfered with Jewish concerns. He no doubt fixed, levied, and received the tribute.

Clarke: Neh 11:26 - And at Jeshua And at Jeshua - This city is nowhere else mentioned.

And at Jeshua - This city is nowhere else mentioned.

Clarke: Neh 11:28 - Mekonah Mekonah - This city is also unknown.

Mekonah - This city is also unknown.

Clarke: Neh 11:31 - Geba Geba - Probably the same as Gibeah of Saul.

Geba - Probably the same as Gibeah of Saul.

Clarke: Neh 11:32 - Ananiah Ananiah - No city of this name is known.

Ananiah - No city of this name is known.

Clarke: Neh 11:33 - Hadid Hadid - This place is also unknown

Hadid - This place is also unknown

Clarke: Neh 11:33 - Neballat Neballat - Also unknown.

Neballat - Also unknown.

Clarke: Neh 11:35 - Lod, and Ono Lod, and Ono - These towns were built by the sons of Elpaal, 1Ch 8:12

Lod, and Ono - These towns were built by the sons of Elpaal, 1Ch 8:12

Clarke: Neh 11:35 - The valley of craftsmen The valley of craftsmen - See 1Ch 4:14. Probably this latter town was built in this valley.

The valley of craftsmen - See 1Ch 4:14. Probably this latter town was built in this valley.

Clarke: Neh 11:36 - And of the Levites were divisions And of the Levites were divisions - The Levites had their dwellings in the divisions of Judah and Benjamin. This is probably the meaning: the Syriac...

And of the Levites were divisions - The Levites had their dwellings in the divisions of Judah and Benjamin. This is probably the meaning: the Syriac says, They had the half of Judah and Benjamin; which is not likely

That the people whose hearts were now turned towards the Lord, would make the best provision for the support of God’ s work, and all those engaged in it, we may naturally suppose; but this could not be very great, as the complete service was not yet established, and the Levites themselves were few in number.

Defender: Neh 11:2 - dwell in Jerusalem With the walls completed and temple services fully operational, it was necessary to increase the internal population of Jerusalem in order to make the...

With the walls completed and temple services fully operational, it was necessary to increase the internal population of Jerusalem in order to make the city function effectively. In addition to the leaders and the Nethinims, it was desired that ten percent of the Israelites live there. Some volunteered; others were selected by lot (Neh 11:1)."

Defender: Neh 11:3 - dwelt in Jerusalem The list of names in Nehemiah 11:3-24 corresponds in general to the list of returnees in 1 Chronicles 9:2-17. Probably these were the organized groups...

The list of names in Nehemiah 11:3-24 corresponds in general to the list of returnees in 1 Chronicles 9:2-17. Probably these were the organized groups and their leaders when Nehemiah arrived at Jerusalem."

Defender: Neh 11:21 - Nethinims The Nethinim (those appointed) are frequently mentioned in Ezra and Nehemiah, and they apparently were servants assigned to the more menial tasks arou...

The Nethinim (those appointed) are frequently mentioned in Ezra and Nehemiah, and they apparently were servants assigned to the more menial tasks around the temple and city. They were possibly descendants of the Gibeonites, slaves assigned by Joshua to be perpetual "hewers of wood and drawers of water for the congregation, and for the altar of the Lord" (Jos 9:27). Nevertheless, they dwelt in the Ophel section of Jerusalem and were, by this time at least, considered full participants in the faith of the nation."

TSK: Neh 11:1 - the rulers // cast lots // one of ten // the holy the rulers : Neh 7:4, Neh 7:5; Deu 17:8, Deu 17:9; Psa 122:5 cast lots : Jerusalem certainly had many inhabitants at this time, but not sufficient to ...

the rulers : Neh 7:4, Neh 7:5; Deu 17:8, Deu 17:9; Psa 122:5

cast lots : Jerusalem certainly had many inhabitants at this time, but not sufficient to preserve the city, which was now encompassed with a wall, the building of which was going on fast. Nehemiah, therefore, obliged one-tenth of the country people to come and dwell in it, that the population might be sufficient for the defence of the city. Some volunteered their services, which was at that time considered a sacrifice to patriotism; as Jerusalem then afforded very few advantages, and was a place of considerable dangercaps1 . hcaps0 ence ""the people blessed them that willingly offered themselves.""Neh 10:34; Jos 18:10; 1Ch 26:13; Pro 16:33; Act 1:24

one of ten : Jdg 20:9, Jdg 20:10

the holy : Neh 11:18; Isa 48:2, Isa 52:1; Mat 4:5, Mat 27:53

TSK: Neh 11:2 - blessed // willingly blessed : Deu 24:13; Job 29:13, Job 31:20 willingly : Jdg 5:9; 2Co 8:16, 2Co 8:17

TSK: Neh 11:3 - Now // the chief // Israel // Nethinims // the children Now : There is a good deal of difference between this enumeration and that in Chronicles; as this comprehends not only those who came first with Zerub...

Now : There is a good deal of difference between this enumeration and that in Chronicles; as this comprehends not only those who came first with Zerubbabel, but also those who came with Ezra and Nehemiah. See note on 1Ch 9:18.

the chief : Neh 7:6; Ezr 2:1

Israel : Neh 7:73; 1Ch 9:1-3; Ezr 2:70

Nethinims : Ezr 2:43, Ezr 2:55

the children : Neh 7:57-60; Ezr 2:55-58

TSK: Neh 11:4 - dwelt // Perez dwelt : 1Ch 9:3, 1Ch 9:4-9 Perez : The variation of Pharez and Perez is only found in the translation; the original being uniformly פרץ [Strong&#...

dwelt : 1Ch 9:3, 1Ch 9:4-9

Perez : The variation of Pharez and Perez is only found in the translation; the original being uniformly פרץ [Strong’ s H6557]. Gen 38:29; Rth 4:18, Pharez, Mat 1:3; Luk 3:33, Phares

TSK: Neh 11:5 - Colhozeh // Shiloni Colhozeh : Neh 3:15 Shiloni : Some suppose Shiloni to be the name of a man; others derive it from Shiloh, the city so called; and others derive it fro...

Colhozeh : Neh 3:15

Shiloni : Some suppose Shiloni to be the name of a man; others derive it from Shiloh, the city so called; and others derive it from Shelah, son of Judah. Gen 38:5, Shelah, Num 26:20, Shelanites, 1Ch 4:21, 1Ch 9:5

TSK: Neh 11:7 - the sons // Joed the sons : 1Ch 9:7-9 Joed : It is probable that Joed was also called Hodaviah, and that Pedaiah had also the name of Hasenuah.

the sons : 1Ch 9:7-9

Joed : It is probable that Joed was also called Hodaviah, and that Pedaiah had also the name of Hasenuah.

TSK: Neh 11:9 - Judah Judah : 1Ch 9:7, Hodaviah, Hasenuah

Judah : 1Ch 9:7, Hodaviah, Hasenuah

TSK: Neh 11:10 - Jedaiah // Joiarib Jedaiah : One of Dr. Kennicott’ s manuscripts omits, בן [Strong’ s H1121], ben , ""son of,""and reads ""Jedaiah, Joiarib, Jachin,""whi...

Jedaiah : One of Dr. Kennicott’ s manuscripts omits, בן [Strong’ s H1121], ben , ""son of,""and reads ""Jedaiah, Joiarib, Jachin,""which is nearly that of the parallel place. Joiarib, יויריב [Strong’ s H3114], is merely a contracted form of יהויריב [Strong’ s H3080], Jehoiarib , by the elision of ה , hay . Neh 7:39, Neh 12:19; 1Ch 9:10, Jehoiarib, Ezr 2:36, Ezr 8:16

Joiarib : Neh 12:6

TSK: Neh 11:11 - Seraiah // the ruler Seraiah : Seraiah probably had also the name of Azariah. 1Ch 6:7-14, 1Ch 9:11, Azariah, Ezr 7:1-5 the ruler : He had the command over all secular matt...

Seraiah : Seraiah probably had also the name of Azariah. 1Ch 6:7-14, 1Ch 9:11, Azariah, Ezr 7:1-5

the ruler : He had the command over all secular matters; as the high priest had over all those which were spiritual. Num 3:32; 1Ch 9:1; 2Ch 19:11, 2Ch 31:13; Act 5:24

TSK: Neh 11:12 - Adaiah Adaiah : 1Ch 9:12, 1Ch 9:13

Adaiah : 1Ch 9:12, 1Ch 9:13

TSK: Neh 11:14 - of one of the great men of one of the great men : or, of Haggedolim, Neh 11:14

of one of the great men : or, of Haggedolim, Neh 11:14

TSK: Neh 11:15 - Shemaiah Shemaiah : 1Ch 9:14, 1Ch 9:19

Shemaiah : 1Ch 9:14, 1Ch 9:19

TSK: Neh 11:16 - Shabbethai // had the oversight of // outward Shabbethai : Neh 8:7 had the oversight of : Heb. were over, 1Ch 26:20 outward : Calmet supposes they provided the victuals for the priests, the victim...

Shabbethai : Neh 8:7

had the oversight of : Heb. were over, 1Ch 26:20

outward : Calmet supposes they provided the victuals for the priests, the victims for the sacrifices, the sacerdotal vestments, the sacred vessels, and other necessaries for the service of the temple. Act 6:2, Act 6:3

TSK: Neh 11:17 - Zabdi // to begin // thanksgiving // Bakbukiah Zabdi : In the parallel passage, instead of Zichri, many manuscripts have Zabdi, as herecaps1 . hcaps0 e is also called Zaccur. Neh 10:12; 1Ch 9:15, ...

Zabdi : In the parallel passage, instead of Zichri, many manuscripts have Zabdi, as herecaps1 . hcaps0 e is also called Zaccur. Neh 10:12; 1Ch 9:15, Zichri

to begin : Neh 12:8, Neh 12:31; 1Ch 16:4, 1Ch 16:41, 1Ch 25:1-6

thanksgiving : Phi 4:6; 1Th 5:17, 1Th 5:18

Bakbukiah : Neh 12:9, Neh 12:25

TSK: Neh 11:18 - the holy the holy : Neh 11:1; 1Ki 11:13; Dan 9:24; Mat 24:15, Mat 27:53; Rev 11:2, Rev 21:2

TSK: Neh 11:19 - Akkub // that kept // the gates Akkub : Neh 7:45, Neh 12:25; 1Ch 9:17-22 that kept : Psa 84:10 the gates : Heb. at the gates

Akkub : Neh 7:45, Neh 12:25; 1Ch 9:17-22

that kept : Psa 84:10

the gates : Heb. at the gates

TSK: Neh 11:21 - the // Ophel the : Neh 3:26, Neh 3:31; 2Ch 27:3 Ophel : or, the tower

the : Neh 3:26, Neh 3:31; 2Ch 27:3

Ophel : or, the tower

TSK: Neh 11:22 - overseer // Uzzi // Bani // Hashabiah // Mattaniah // Of the sons // were over overseer : Neh 11:9, Neh 11:14, Neh 12:42; Act 20:28 Uzzi : Neh 12:42 Bani : Neh 3:17, Neh 8:7, Neh 9:4, Neh 9:5, Neh 10:13 Hashabiah : Neh 10:11, Neh...

TSK: Neh 11:23 - the king’ s // a certain portion the king’ s : 1Ch 9:33; Ezr 6:8, Ezr 6:9, Ezr 7:20-24 a certain portion : or, a sure ordinance

the king’ s : 1Ch 9:33; Ezr 6:8, Ezr 6:9, Ezr 7:20-24

a certain portion : or, a sure ordinance

TSK: Neh 11:24 - Meshezabeel // Zerah // at the king’ s Meshezabeel : Neh 10:21 Zerah : Gen 38:30, Zarah, Num 26:20; Mat 1:3, Zara at the king’ s : 1Ch 18:17, 1Ch 23:28 *marg.

Meshezabeel : Neh 10:21

Zerah : Gen 38:30, Zarah, Num 26:20; Mat 1:3, Zara

at the king’ s : 1Ch 18:17, 1Ch 23:28 *marg.

TSK: Neh 11:25 - Kirjatharba // Dibon // Jekabzeel Kirjatharba : Jos 14:15 Dibon : Jos 15:22, Dimonah Jekabzeel : Jos 15:21, Kabzeel

Kirjatharba : Jos 14:15

Dibon : Jos 15:22, Dimonah

Jekabzeel : Jos 15:21, Kabzeel

TSK: Neh 11:26 - Moladah // Bethphelet Moladah : Jos 15:26, Jos 19:2 Bethphelet : Jos 15:27, Beth-palet

Moladah : Jos 15:26, Jos 19:2

Bethphelet : Jos 15:27, Beth-palet

TSK: Neh 11:27 - -- Hazar-shua, Jos 15:28, Jos 19:3, Beth-sheba, Gen 21:31, Gen 26:33; Jdg 20:1

Hazar-shua, Jos 15:28, Jos 19:3, Beth-sheba, Gen 21:31, Gen 26:33; Jdg 20:1

TSK: Neh 11:28 - Ziklag // Mekonah Ziklag : Jos 15:31; 1Sa 27:6 Mekonah : Probably the Mechanam which Jerome (in Beth-macha) places eight miles from Eleutheropolis, towards Jerusalem.

Ziklag : Jos 15:31; 1Sa 27:6

Mekonah : Probably the Mechanam which Jerome (in Beth-macha) places eight miles from Eleutheropolis, towards Jerusalem.

TSK: Neh 11:29 - Enrimmon // Zareah // Jarmuth Enrimmon : Rimmon is placed by Eusebius in the south of Judah, 16 miles south of Eleutheropolis. Jos 15:32, Rimmon Zareah : These variations are only ...

Enrimmon : Rimmon is placed by Eusebius in the south of Judah, 16 miles south of Eleutheropolis. Jos 15:32, Rimmon

Zareah : These variations are only chargeable to the translator; the original being uniformly Zorah. Jos 15:33, Zoreah, Jos 19:41; Jdg 13:25, Zorah

Jarmuth : Jos 12:11, Jos 15:35

TSK: Neh 11:30 - Zanoah // Adullam // Lachish // Azekah // the valley Zanoah : Neh 3:13; Jos 15:34 Adullam : Jos 12:15; Mic 1:15 Lachish : Jos 10:3, Jos 15:39; Isa 37:8 Azekah : Jos 15:35 the valley : Jos 15:8, Jos 18:16...

TSK: Neh 11:31 - from Geba // at Michmash // Aija from Geba : or, of Geba, Neh 7:30, Gaba, Jos 18:24 at Michmash : or, to Michmash, Neh 7:31, Michmas, 1Sa 13:11, 1Sa 13:23; Isa 10:28 Aija : Neh 7:32, ...

from Geba : or, of Geba, Neh 7:30, Gaba, Jos 18:24

at Michmash : or, to Michmash, Neh 7:31, Michmas, 1Sa 13:11, 1Sa 13:23; Isa 10:28

Aija : Neh 7:32, Ai, Gen 12:8, Hai, Jos 8:9, Ai, Beth-el, Gen 28:19; Jos 18:13

TSK: Neh 11:32 - Anathoth // Nob Anathoth : Neh 7:27; Jos 21:18; Isa 10:30; Jer 1:1 Nob : 1Sa 21:1, 1Sa 22:19; Isa 10:32

TSK: Neh 11:33 - Ramah // Gittaim Ramah : Jos 18:25; 1Sa 7:17; Mat 2:18, Rama Gittaim : 2Sa 4:3

Ramah : Jos 18:25; 1Sa 7:17; Mat 2:18, Rama

Gittaim : 2Sa 4:3

TSK: Neh 11:34 - Zeboim Zeboim : 1Sa 13:18

Zeboim : 1Sa 13:18

TSK: Neh 11:35 - Lod // the valley Lod : Neh 7:37; 1Ch 8:12 the valley : 1Ch 4:14

Lod : Neh 7:37; 1Ch 8:12

the valley : 1Ch 4:14

TSK: Neh 11:36 - And of // divisions And of : Josh. 21:1-45; 1Chr. 6:54-81 divisions : Gen 49:7

And of : Josh. 21:1-45; 1Chr. 6:54-81

divisions : Gen 49:7

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Poole: Neh 11:1 - The rulers of the people dwelt at Jerusalem The rulers of the people dwelt at Jerusalem which their very office in some sort obliged them to do. To bring one of ten to dwell in Jerusalem that...

The rulers of the people dwelt at Jerusalem which their very office in some sort obliged them to do. To bring one of ten to dwell in Jerusalem that the buildings of the city might be completed, and the honour and safety of it better provided for.

Poole: Neh 11:2 - -- Because they denied themselves, and their own safety and profit, for the public good; for this city was the butt of all the malicious plots of their...

Because they denied themselves, and their own safety and profit, for the public good; for this city was the butt of all the malicious plots of their enemies; and for the present it was rather chargeable than beneficial to its inhabitants; whereas the country did more easily and certainly afford them supplies.

Poole: Neh 11:3 - The chief of the province // To wit, Israel // Israel The chief of the province i.e. of Judea, which was now made a province. To wit, Israel i.e. the generality of the people of Israel, whether of Juda...

The chief of the province i.e. of Judea, which was now made a province.

To wit, Israel i.e. the generality of the people of Israel, whether of Judah, or Benjamin, or any other tribe; as appears by this general enumeration of all the inhabitants of the land, in which either the people of Judah and Benjamin are included under the title of Israel, or they are not here mentioned; which is absurd to think, because they made up the greatest number of them. And these he calls

Israel rather than Judah, partly because there were many of the other tribes now joined and incorporated with them; and partly because none of the tribes of Israel, except Judah and Benjamin, dwelt in Jerusalem, as appears from the sequel.

Poole: Neh 11:4 - The children of Judah and of Benjamin // Athaiah The children of Judah and of Benjamin for to these two tribes this city anciently and most properly belonged, although some also of other tribes dwel...

The children of Judah and of Benjamin for to these two tribes this city anciently and most properly belonged, although some also of other tribes dwelt in it; of which, and other things relating to this catalogue, see 1Ch 9:3 , &c.

Athaiah and his family and relations with him, and under him as their head, as appears from Neh 11:6 .

Poole: Neh 11:6 - -- Such were most proper for this place and time, because of its many enemies round about it.

Such were most proper for this place and time, because of its many enemies round about it.

Poole: Neh 11:8 - -- So here were more of Benjamin than of Judah, because the city did chiefly and most properly belong to that tribe, as hath been noted before.

So here were more of Benjamin than of Judah, because the city did chiefly and most properly belong to that tribe, as hath been noted before.

Poole: Neh 11:9 - Their overseer Their overseer the captain of their thousand.

Their overseer the captain of their thousand.

Poole: Neh 11:11 - One of the chief priests One of the chief priests who ruled with and under the high priest: see Num 3:32 1Ch 9:11 2Ch 19:11 31:13 .

One of the chief priests who ruled with and under the high priest: see Num 3:32 1Ch 9:11 2Ch 19:11 31:13 .

Poole: Neh 11:14 - -- i.e. Of a person then or lately eminent in valour, or worth, or dignity. Or, of Gedolim, or Haggedolim , a man so called.

i.e. Of a person then or lately eminent in valour, or worth, or dignity. Or, of Gedolim, or Haggedolim , a man so called.

Poole: Neh 11:16 - -- i.e. For those things belonging to the temple and its service, which were to be done without it, or abroad in the country, as for the gathering in o...

i.e. For those things belonging to the temple and its service, which were to be done without it, or abroad in the country, as for the gathering in of the voluntary contributions, or other necessary provisions, out of the several parts of the land. See 1Ch 26:29 .

Poole: Neh 11:17 - In prayer In prayer i.e. in the public and solemn prayers and praises which were constantly joined with the morning and evening sacrifice, at which the singers...

In prayer i.e. in the public and solemn prayers and praises which were constantly joined with the morning and evening sacrifice, at which the singers were present, and praised God with a psalm or hymn, which this man began.

Poole: Neh 11:22 - -- i.e. Were to take care at Jerusalem for the supply of such things as were necessary for the temple and the service of God, from time to time, whilst...

i.e. Were to take care at Jerusalem for the supply of such things as were necessary for the temple and the service of God, from time to time, whilst others minded the outward business, Neh 11:16 . And this office was very proper for them, both as they were Levites, to whose care those things belonged; and as they were singers, who were not to come to Jerusalem by turns, as other Levites, and as the priests did, but were constantly to reside there, and therefore were more capable of minding this business. Besides, their employment was not so frequent nor so great as some others were, and therefore they had more leisure for it.

Poole: Neh 11:23 - For // The king’ s commandment For or, therefore ; for the following words contain either a reason why they were set over that business, or a recompence for it, or a provision tha...

For or, therefore ; for the following words contain either a reason why they were set over that business, or a recompence for it, or a provision that they might diligently attend to it.

The king’ s commandment either,

1. David’ s, who made this constitution. Or rather,

2. The kings of Persia, who is called simply the king in the next verse also; who took this care at the request and by the direction of Ezra or Nehemiah. Or this might be Nehemiah’ s command, which is called the king’ s command , because it was done by the king’ s deputy, or a commissioner whom the king empowered to do what he saw fit for the house and service of God, commanding all the people to obey him therein; as he had formerly done to Ezra, Ezr 7:18,20,23 .

Poole: Neh 11:24 - At the king’ s hand // In all matters concerning the people At the king’ s hand or, on the kings part , to determine civil causes and controversies between man and man by the laws of that kingdom, which ...

At the king’ s hand or, on the kings part , to determine civil causes and controversies between man and man by the laws of that kingdom, which peradventure he understood better than Nehemiah, and therefore was appointed for this work, but still under Nehemiah. Or, according to the king’ s appointment , as the hand is used, as Num 4:49 , and elsewhere.

In all matters concerning the people either in civil differences between them, or in things between the king and people; as in matters of tribute, or grievances, &c., wherein this man possibly was chief justiciary under Nehemiah.

Poole: Neh 11:25 - Kirjath-arba Kirjath-arba: this and most of the other places here named had been destroyed by the Chaldeans; but the Jews now repaired the best of the ruinated ho...

Kirjath-arba: this and most of the other places here named had been destroyed by the Chaldeans; but the Jews now repaired the best of the ruinated houses, and by degrees rebuilt others.

Poole: Neh 11:35 - -- Or, in the valley , &c. Or this is another place called Ge-haharasim .

Or, in the valley , &c. Or this is another place called Ge-haharasim .

Poole: Neh 11:36 - -- Or, for the Levites (to wit, those of them who were not settled in Jerusalem) there were divisions, i.e. places appointed for them, and distribute...

Or, for the Levites (to wit, those of them who were not settled in Jerusalem) there were divisions, i.e. places appointed for them, and distributed among them.

Haydock: Neh 11:1 - Lots Lots. Those who had a mind to fix their abode at Jerusalem, received every encouragement. But some were compelled, that the city might regain its a...

Lots. Those who had a mind to fix their abode at Jerusalem, received every encouragement. But some were compelled, that the city might regain its ancient splendour, and become the bulwark of the nation. Josephus ([Antiquities?] xi. 5.) says, that Nehemias built at his own expense houses for the priest and Levites, who chose to reside there.

Haydock: Neh 11:2 - Blessed Blessed. Applauding their zeal and disinterestedness, as the city was yet only a heap of ruins. (Calmet) --- Some from the other ten tribes return...

Blessed. Applauding their zeal and disinterestedness, as the city was yet only a heap of ruins. (Calmet) ---

Some from the other ten tribes returned; but the transactions of three tribes are more particularly noticed. (Ven. Bede) (Worthington)

Haydock: Neh 11:3 - Solomon Solomon. See 1 Esdras ii. 55., and 1 Paralipomenon ix. 2.

Solomon. See 1 Esdras ii. 55., and 1 Paralipomenon ix. 2.

Haydock: Neh 11:4 - Benjamin Benjamin, as well as of Ephraim and Manasses, 1 Paralipomenon ix. 3. The difference between this last record and the present, arises from Nehemias i...

Benjamin, as well as of Ephraim and Manasses, 1 Paralipomenon ix. 3. The difference between this last record and the present, arises from Nehemias including many who returned with Esdras and with himself. (Calmet)

Haydock: Neh 11:5 - Silonite Silonite. Of the son of Sela, 1 Paralipomenon ix. 5. (Tirinus)

Silonite. Of the son of Sela, 1 Paralipomenon ix. 5. (Tirinus)

Haydock: Neh 11:9 - Second Second. Vicegerent of Joel, (Calmet) or commander of a second part of the city. (Syriac)

Second. Vicegerent of Joel, (Calmet) or commander of a second part of the city. (Syriac)

Haydock: Neh 11:11 - Achitob Achitob had the inspection over the Levites and treasures. Eliasib was then pontiff. (Calmet)

Achitob had the inspection over the Levites and treasures. Eliasib was then pontiff. (Calmet)

Haydock: Neh 11:13 - Amassai Amassai. Or (1 Paralipomenon ix. 12.) Maasai, the son of Adiel, the son of Jezra, the son of Mosollam, the son of Mosollamoth, the son of Emmer.

Amassai. Or (1 Paralipomenon ix. 12.) Maasai, the son of Adiel, the son of Jezra, the son of Mosollam, the son of Mosollamoth, the son of Emmer.

Haydock: Neh 11:14 - The mighty The mighty, for riches and power; on which account this family was conspicuous.

The mighty, for riches and power; on which account this family was conspicuous.

Haydock: Neh 11:15 - Semeia Semeia. The ancient Latin manuscripts read Sebenia. (Martinay.)

Semeia. The ancient Latin manuscripts read Sebenia. (Martinay.)

Haydock: Neh 11:16 - Outward Outward. For repairs of the temple, cultivation of the lands given by vow; also to buy provisions, sacred vestments, &c.

Outward. For repairs of the temple, cultivation of the lands given by vow; also to buy provisions, sacred vestments, &c.

Haydock: Neh 11:17 - Praise Praise. Master of music. (Calmet) --- Hebrew, "chief to begin the thanksgiving in prayer." Syriac, "leader of the Jews in prayer." (Haydock)

Praise. Master of music. (Calmet) ---

Hebrew, "chief to begin the thanksgiving in prayer." Syriac, "leader of the Jews in prayer." (Haydock)

Haydock: Neh 11:21 - Gaspha Gaspha, were chiefs of the Nathinites. (Calmet) --- Hebrew, "over the," &c. Ophel was their place of residence, chap. iii. 26.

Gaspha, were chiefs of the Nathinites. (Calmet) ---

Hebrew, "over the," &c. Ophel was their place of residence, chap. iii. 26.

Haydock: Neh 11:22 - Overseer Overseer. Literally, "bishop." Hebrew pekid, which has the same meaning. (Haydock) --- Christians styled him who was at the head, bishop; as th...

Overseer. Literally, "bishop." Hebrew pekid, which has the same meaning. (Haydock) ---

Christians styled him who was at the head, bishop; as the Athenians did their chief justice. (Grotius) (Estius) (Calmet)

Haydock: Neh 11:23 - King's // Order King's. David's, (chap. xii. 24,) or perhaps the Persian monarch, who had appointed a maintenance for the priests, &c., 1 Esdras vi., and vii. (Cal...

King's. David's, (chap. xii. 24,) or perhaps the Persian monarch, who had appointed a maintenance for the priests, &c., 1 Esdras vi., and vii. (Calmet) ---

Order. Hebrew, "that a certain portion should be for the singers, due for every day." (Protestants)

Haydock: Neh 11:24 - People People. They addressed themselves to him, (Haydock) and he gave an exact account to the king (Calmet) of Persia. (Menochius)

People. They addressed themselves to him, (Haydock) and he gave an exact account to the king (Calmet) of Persia. (Menochius)

Haydock: Neh 11:25 - The houses // Villages The houses. Hebrew, "and for the dwellings, (Calmet) or villages." (Pagnin) (Menochius) --- Villages. Literally, "daughters," which is often us...

The houses. Hebrew, "and for the dwellings, (Calmet) or villages." (Pagnin) (Menochius) ---

Villages. Literally, "daughters," which is often used in this sense. (Haydock)

Haydock: Neh 11:26 - Jesue Jesue. This, and many of the other critics, had changed names, or were not built in the time of Josue. (Calmet)

Jesue. This, and many of the other critics, had changed names, or were not built in the time of Josue. (Calmet)

Haydock: Neh 11:30 - Bersabee Bersabee. The southern extremity of Juda, (Menochius) unto the valley on the east of Jerusalem. ( Adrichomius 186.)

Bersabee. The southern extremity of Juda, (Menochius) unto the valley on the east of Jerusalem. ( Adrichomius 186.)

Haydock: Neh 11:34-35 - Lod // Ono Lod. Built by Samad, 1 Paralipomenon viii. 12. It is called Lod-Hadid, chap. vii. 37. --- Ono had the same founder, and stood in the valley of cr...

Lod. Built by Samad, 1 Paralipomenon viii. 12. It is called Lod-Hadid, chap. vii. 37. ---

Ono had the same founder, and stood in the valley of craftsmen, chap. vi. 2., and 1 Paralipomenon iv. 14.

Haydock: Neh 11:36 - Portions Portions. The Levites dwelt in the cities assigned to these two tribes. (Calmet)

Portions. The Levites dwelt in the cities assigned to these two tribes. (Calmet)

Gill: Neh 11:1 - And the rulers of the people dwelt at Jerusalem // the rest of the people also cast lots to bring one of ten to dwell in Jerusalem the holy city // and nine parts to dwell in other cities And the rulers of the people dwelt at Jerusalem,.... Where it was proper they should, being the metropolis of the nation, both for the performance of ...

And the rulers of the people dwelt at Jerusalem,.... Where it was proper they should, being the metropolis of the nation, both for the performance of their offices, and to protect and defend it, as well as to set an example to the people, and encourage them to dwell there also:

the rest of the people also cast lots to bring one of ten to dwell in Jerusalem the holy city; so called, because of the temple and the worship of God in it; and so it is called by Julian the emperor g; and some h have thought that the Cadytis of Herodotus i is the same with Jerusalem, which had its name from קדשה, "holy", and is now called by the Turks "cuds", that is, "holy" k: now, though it was the chief city, and the place of public worship, yet the people were not forward of settling in it, partly because of the rage of the enemy, which this city was the butt of, and partly because it was more to their worldly advantage to dwell in the country, and where they could have better supplies; they consulted their own ease, safety, and profit; wherefore this method was taken to oblige some to dwell in it, by taking one out of ten by lot, that there might be a sufficient number to rebuild the houses of it, repopulate and defend it:

and nine parts to dwell in other cities; to which they belonged, or where they pleased, any where in the land of Israel.

Gill: Neh 11:2 - And the people blessed all the men that willingly offered themselves to dwell at Jerusalem. And the people blessed all the men that willingly offered themselves to dwell at Jerusalem. Who were not taken by lot, but of their own accord settled...

And the people blessed all the men that willingly offered themselves to dwell at Jerusalem. Who were not taken by lot, but of their own accord settled at Jerusalem; they praised them for it, and wished them all happiness and prosperity, since they denied themselves of ease and profit for the sake of the public good; and it is this which makes the difference between the list of the inhabitants of Jerusalem in 1Ch 9:2 &c. and this here, that takes in all that settled there, whether voluntarily or by lot; this only such as were fixed by the lot, and of them only those who were of greatest note and esteem, as Jarchi observes, and so it follows.

Gill: Neh 11:3 - Now these are the chief of the province that dwelt in Jerusalem // but in the cities of Judah dwelt everyone in his possession in their cities // the priests, and the Levites, and the Nethinims, and the children of Solomon's servants Now these are the chief of the province that dwelt in Jerusalem,.... That is, of Judea, reduced to a province by the king of Babylon, and now a provin...

Now these are the chief of the province that dwelt in Jerusalem,.... That is, of Judea, reduced to a province by the king of Babylon, and now a province of the Persian monarchy:

but in the cities of Judah dwelt everyone in his possession in their cities; in which they or their ancestors had formerly dwelt: to wit, Israel: the people in general of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, and such of the other tribes that returned with them:

the priests, and the Levites, and the Nethinims, and the children of Solomon's servants; of whom see Ezr 2:55.

Gill: Neh 11:4 - And at Jerusalem dwelt certain of the children of Judah, and of the children of Benjamin // of the children of Judah; Athaiah // of the children of Perez And at Jerusalem dwelt certain of the children of Judah, and of the children of Benjamin,.... It belonging partly to one tribe and partly to the other...

And at Jerusalem dwelt certain of the children of Judah, and of the children of Benjamin,.... It belonging partly to one tribe and partly to the other, and so inhabited by both, as it originally was, Jos 15:63

of the children of Judah; Athaiah; called Uthai, 1Ch 9:4 whose lineage is traced through Uzziah, Zechariah, Amariah, Shephatiah, Mahalaleel:

of the children of Perez; a son of Judah, see 1Ch 9:4.

Gill: Neh 11:5 - And Maaseiah And Maaseiah,.... Who seems to be the same with Asaiah, 1Ch 9:5 and whose genealogy is carried up through Baruch, Colhozeh, Hazaiah, Adaiah, Joiarib, ...

And Maaseiah,.... Who seems to be the same with Asaiah, 1Ch 9:5 and whose genealogy is carried up through Baruch, Colhozeh, Hazaiah, Adaiah, Joiarib, Zechariah, to Shiloni; perhaps the same with Shelah, another son of Judah, see 1Ch 9:5.

Gill: Neh 11:6 - All the sons of Perez that dwelt at Jerusalem were four hundred threescore and eight valiant men. All the sons of Perez that dwelt at Jerusalem were four hundred threescore and eight valiant men. And so well qualified to defend the city against its...

All the sons of Perez that dwelt at Jerusalem were four hundred threescore and eight valiant men. And so well qualified to defend the city against its enemies.

Gill: Neh 11:7 - And these are the sons of Benjamin // Sallu the son of Meshullam And these are the sons of Benjamin,.... That were of that tribe, and inhabited Jerusalem, namely, that follow: Sallu the son of Meshullam; who from...

And these are the sons of Benjamin,.... That were of that tribe, and inhabited Jerusalem, namely, that follow:

Sallu the son of Meshullam; who from him is traced up through Joed, Pedaiah, Kolaiah, Maaseiah, Ithiel, to Jesaiah.

Gill: Neh 11:8 - And after him And after him,.... That is, Sallu: were Gabbai and Sallai; in all nine hundred and twenty eight; there were more of the tribe of Benjamin than of the ...

And after him,.... That is, Sallu: were Gabbai and Sallai; in all nine hundred and twenty eight; there were more of the tribe of Benjamin than of the tribe of Judah, they having perhaps a greater share in the city, or were better disposed to dwell in it.

Gill: Neh 11:9 - And Joel the son of Zichri was their overseer // and Judah the son of Senuah was second over the city And Joel the son of Zichri was their overseer,.... Or chief governor of the city: and Judah the son of Senuah was second over the city; or the depu...

And Joel the son of Zichri was their overseer,.... Or chief governor of the city:

and Judah the son of Senuah was second over the city; or the deputy governor of it; so Pitholaus is called an under governor in Jerusalem by Josephus l.

Gill: Neh 11:10 - -- Who dwelt in Jerusalem, of whom the same account is given in these two verses as in 1Ch 9:10, only Seraiah here is called Azariah there.

Who dwelt in Jerusalem, of whom the same account is given in these two verses as in 1Ch 9:10, only Seraiah here is called Azariah there.

Gill: Neh 11:11 - And their brethren that did the work of the house were eight hundred twenty and two // and Adaiah the son of Jeroham And their brethren that did the work of the house were eight hundred twenty and two,.... That offered the sacrifices, burnt incense, set on the shewbr...

And their brethren that did the work of the house were eight hundred twenty and two,.... That offered the sacrifices, burnt incense, set on the shewbread, lighted the lamps, &c.

and Adaiah the son of Jeroham; see 1Ch 9:12 whose genealogy is traced here through Pelaliah, Amzi, Zechariah, Pashur, to Malchiah.

Gill: Neh 11:12 - And their brethren that did the work of the house were eight hundred twenty and two // and Adaiah the son of Jeroham And their brethren that did the work of the house were eight hundred twenty and two,.... That offered the sacrifices, burnt incense, set on the shewbr...

And their brethren that did the work of the house were eight hundred twenty and two,.... That offered the sacrifices, burnt incense, set on the shewbread, lighted the lamps, &c.

and Adaiah the son of Jeroham; see 1Ch 9:12 whose genealogy is traced here through Pelaliah, Amzi, Zechariah, Pashur, to Malchiah.

Gill: Neh 11:13 - And his brethren, chief of the fathers, two hundred forty and two // and Amashai And his brethren, chief of the fathers, two hundred forty and two,.... That is, the brethren or relations of Adaiah: and Amashai; called Maasiai, 1...

And his brethren, chief of the fathers, two hundred forty and two,.... That is, the brethren or relations of Adaiah:

and Amashai; called Maasiai, 1Ch 9:12, whose lineage is traced here through Azareel, Ahasai, Meshillemoth, to Immer.

Gill: Neh 11:14 - And their brethren, mighty men of valour, an hundred twenty and eight // and their overseer was Zabdiel, the son of one of the great men And their brethren, mighty men of valour, an hundred twenty and eight,.... The brethren of Adaiah and Amashai, who were able men to do the work of the...

And their brethren, mighty men of valour, an hundred twenty and eight,.... The brethren of Adaiah and Amashai, who were able men to do the work of their office as priests, and men of courage to fight the enemy, and defend the city upon occasion:

and their overseer was Zabdiel, the son of one of the great men; or the son of Hagedolim, or Gedolim, as some, who take it to be the proper name of a man.

Gill: Neh 11:15 - Also of the Levites // Shemaiah the son of Hashub Also of the Levites,.... Who dwelt in Jerusalem: Shemaiah the son of Hashub: traced from him through Azrikam and Hashabiah to Bunni; these were of ...

Also of the Levites,.... Who dwelt in Jerusalem:

Shemaiah the son of Hashub: traced from him through Azrikam and Hashabiah to Bunni; these were of the sons of Merari, the third son of Levi, see 1Ch 9:14.

Gill: Neh 11:16 - And Shabbethai and Jozabad, of the chief of the Levites // the oversight of the outward business of the house of God And Shabbethai and Jozabad, of the chief of the Levites,.... Along with Shemaiah; these had the oversight of the outward business of the house of G...

And Shabbethai and Jozabad, of the chief of the Levites,.... Along with Shemaiah; these had

the oversight of the outward business of the house of God: who had the care of the repairs of the temple, and of getting in the wood for the altar, as Jarchi, and collecting the third part of the shekel, to purchase things with for the use of the temple.

Gill: Neh 11:17 - And Mattaniah the son of Micha, the son of Zabdi, the son of Asaph // was the principal to begin the thanksgiving in prayer // and Bakbukiah the second among his brethren // and Abda the son of Shammua // the son of Galal, the son of Jeduthun And Mattaniah the son of Micha, the son of Zabdi, the son of Asaph,.... Zabdi is called Zichri in 1Ch 9:15 was the principal to begin the thanksgiv...

And Mattaniah the son of Micha, the son of Zabdi, the son of Asaph,.... Zabdi is called Zichri in 1Ch 9:15

was the principal to begin the thanksgiving in prayer: he was the precentor, or led the song at the time of the daily sacrifice, in which prayer was also made, as in many of the songs, hymns, and psalms of David:

and Bakbukiah the second among his brethren; he was the next singer, or deputy to Mattaniah; perhaps the same that is called Bakbakkar, 1Ch 9:15

and Abda the son of Shammua; called Obadiah the son of Shemaiah, 1Ch 9:16

the son of Galal, the son of Jeduthun: one of the three principal singers.

Gill: Neh 11:18 - All the Levites in the holy city were two hundred fourscore and four. All the Levites in the holy city were two hundred fourscore and four. Who had their residence there, Neh 11:1.

All the Levites in the holy city were two hundred fourscore and four. Who had their residence there, Neh 11:1.

Gill: Neh 11:19 - Moreover, the porters, Akkub, Talmon, and their brethren that kept the gates, were one hundred and seventy two. Moreover, the porters, Akkub, Talmon, and their brethren that kept the gates, were one hundred and seventy two. Of whom see 1Ch 9:17.

Moreover, the porters, Akkub, Talmon, and their brethren that kept the gates, were one hundred and seventy two. Of whom see 1Ch 9:17.

Gill: Neh 11:20 - And the residue of Israel, of the priests and the Levites // in all the cities of Judah, everyone in his inheritance And the residue of Israel, of the priests and the Levites,..... All of them, besides those that dwelt at Jerusalem: were in all the cities of Judah...

And the residue of Israel, of the priests and the Levites,..... All of them, besides those that dwelt at Jerusalem: were

in all the cities of Judah, everyone in his inheritance; the Israelites in the cities, houses, and estates enjoyed by their ancestors, and the priests and Levites in the cities given out of the several tribes.

Gill: Neh 11:21 - But the Nethinims dwelt in Ophel // and Ziha, and Gispa, were over the Nethinims But the Nethinims dwelt in Ophel,.... An high place or tower on the wall of Jerusalem, see 2Ch 27:3, and Ziha, and Gispa, were over the Nethinims; ...

But the Nethinims dwelt in Ophel,.... An high place or tower on the wall of Jerusalem, see 2Ch 27:3,

and Ziha, and Gispa, were over the Nethinims; had the oversight of them, and took care that they did their work; they were such themselves, but the principal of them, see Ezr 2:43.

Gill: Neh 11:22 - The overseer also of the Levites at Jerusalem was Uzzi, the son of Bani // of the sons of Asaph, the singers were over the business of the house of God The overseer also of the Levites at Jerusalem was Uzzi, the son of Bani,.... He was the supervisor of them, that looked after them that they did their...

The overseer also of the Levites at Jerusalem was Uzzi, the son of Bani,.... He was the supervisor of them, that looked after them that they did their work in ministering to the priests, as they had occasion for them; this man's genealogy is further traced through Hashabiah and Mattaniah, to Micha the son of Asaph, Neh 11:17,

of the sons of Asaph, the singers were over the business of the house of God; which, according to Jarchi, was to take care of the repairs of the temple and other things; but one would think rather that part of the service of the house which lay in singing the songs of it is respected.

Gill: Neh 11:23 - For it was the king's commandment concerning them // that a certain portion should be for the singers, due for every day For it was the king's commandment concerning them,.... Either of King David as some, see Neh 12:24 or rather of the king of Persia: that a certain ...

For it was the king's commandment concerning them,.... Either of King David as some, see Neh 12:24 or rather of the king of Persia:

that a certain portion should be for the singers, due for every day; he settled a daily salary for them, to be paid out of his treasury; having perhaps a peculiar respect for such sort of men, being a lover of music, by means of which they had a settled habitation in Jerusalem.

Gill: Neh 11:24 - And Pethahiah the son of Meshezabeel, of the children of Zerah, the son of Judah // at the king's hand in all matters concerning the people And Pethahiah the son of Meshezabeel, of the children of Zerah, the son of Judah,.... The twin brother of Pharez, Gen 38:30 was at the king's hand ...

And Pethahiah the son of Meshezabeel, of the children of Zerah, the son of Judah,.... The twin brother of Pharez, Gen 38:30 was

at the king's hand in all matters concerning the people; to speak for them to the king, as Jarchi; when they had a favour to ask of him, a petition to present to him, he delivered it for them, and by him the king returned the answer.

Gill: Neh 11:25-30 - And for the villages, with their fields // some of the children of Judah dwelt at Kirjatharba, and in the villages thereof // and at Dibon // and at Jekabzeel, and in the villages thereof And for the villages, with their fields,.... The cities and villages in the country, an account of the inhabitants of them next follows: some of th...

And for the villages, with their fields,.... The cities and villages in the country, an account of the inhabitants of them next follows:

some of the children of Judah dwelt at Kirjatharba, and in the villages thereof; the same with Hebron, Jos 15:54

and at Dibon; the same with Dimonah, Jos 15:22

and at Jekabzeel, and in the villages thereof; the same with Kabzeel, one of the uttermost cities of the tribe of Judah southward, Jos 15:21, of which city was Benaiah, one of David's worthies, 2Sa 23:20, from hence to the end of Neh 11:30 mention is made of various cities and towns, in the tribe of Judah, inhabited by the men of it, which are to be met with in Jos 15:1 excepting Jeshua and Mekonah, Neh 11:26, of which we nowhere else read.

Gill: Neh 11:31-35 - The children also of Benjamin, from Geba, dwelt at Michmash The children also of Benjamin, from Geba, dwelt at Michmash,.... Geba was a city on the southern border of Benjamin, Jos 18:24 and Michmash on the nor...

The children also of Benjamin, from Geba, dwelt at Michmash,.... Geba was a city on the southern border of Benjamin, Jos 18:24 and Michmash on the northern, of which see 1Sa 13:2 in this and the four following verses are the names of several cities in the tribe of Benjamin, inhabited by the men of that tribe, as Alia, the same with Ai, that lay on the east of Bethel, here also mentioned, see Jos 7:2 Anathoth, the birth place of Jeremiah the prophet, Jer 1:1. Nob, a city of the priests, 1Sa 21:1. Ananiah is nowhere else mentioned; Hazor is to be distinguished from another of this name in the tribe of Naphtali, Jos 19:36. Ramah, a place well known in Benjamin, Jos 18:25. Gittaim, of which see 2Sa 4:3. Hadid, the same with Adida, which lay in a plain,"Simon also set up Adida in Sephela, and made it strong with gates and bars.'' (1 Maccabees 12:38)Zeboim, a valley of this name, is read in 1Sa 13:18. Neballat we read of nowhere else; of Lod and Ono, see 1Ch 8:12 and the valley of craftsmen, or Chorasin, 1Ch 4:14.

Gill: Neh 11:36 - And of the Levites were divisions in Judah, and in Benjamin. And of the Levites were divisions in Judah, and in Benjamin. They were scattered about, some here and some there, in both these tribes, for the better...

And of the Levites were divisions in Judah, and in Benjamin. They were scattered about, some here and some there, in both these tribes, for the better instruction of the people.

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NET Notes: Neh 11:1 Heb “nine of the hands.” The word “hand” is used here in the sense or a part or portion.

NET Notes: Neh 11:3 Heb “the heads of the province.”

NET Notes: Neh 11:5 The translation reads מִן־הַשֵּׁלָנִי (min hashelani, “...

NET Notes: Neh 11:8 Heb “those behind him.” Some scholars emend the text to וְאֶחָיו (vÿ’ekhayv, &#...

NET Notes: Neh 11:12 Heb “brothers” (also in vv. 13, 14, 17, 19).

NET Notes: Neh 11:13 Heb “heads of fathers.”

NET Notes: Neh 11:14 The translation reads with the LXX וְאֶחָיו (vÿ’ekhayv, “and his brothers”) rat...

NET Notes: Neh 11:16 Heb “who were of the heads.”

NET Notes: Neh 11:17 The translation reads with the Lucianic Greek recension and Vulgate הַתְּהִלָה (hattÿ...

NET Notes: Neh 11:21 Heb “the temple attendants.” The pronoun “them” has been substituted in the translation for stylistic reasons.

NET Notes: Neh 11:23 Heb “a thing of a day in its day.”

NET Notes: Neh 11:24 Heb “to the hand of the king.”

NET Notes: Neh 11:25 Heb “its daughters.” So also in vv. 27, 28, 30, and 31.

NET Notes: Neh 11:31 For location see Map4 G4; Map5 C1; Map6 E3; Map7 D1; Map8 G3.

NET Notes: Neh 11:33 For location see Map1 D2; Map2 D3; Map3 A2; Map4 C1.

NET Notes: Neh 11:35 Heb “Ge-harashim,” which could be left untranslated as a place name.

Geneva Bible: Neh 11:1 And the rulers of the people dwelt at Jerusalem: the rest of the people also cast lots, ( a ) to bring one of ten to dwell in Jerusalem the holy city,...

Geneva Bible: Neh 11:4 And at Jerusalem dwelt [certain] of the children of Judah, and of the children of Benjamin. Of the children of Judah; Athaiah the son of Uzziah, the s...

Geneva Bible: Neh 11:11 Seraiah the son of Hilkiah, the son of Meshullam, the son of Zadok, the son of Meraioth, the son of Ahitub, ( c ) [was] the ruler of the house of God....

Geneva Bible: Neh 11:12 And their brethren ( d ) that did the work of the house [were] eight hundred twenty and two: and Adaiah the son of Jeroham, the son of Pelaliah, the s...

Geneva Bible: Neh 11:17 And Mattaniah the son of Micha, the son of Zabdi, the son of Asaph, [was] the principal to ( e ) begin the thanksgiving in prayer: and Bakbukiah the s...

Geneva Bible: Neh 11:19 Moreover the porters, Akkub, Talmon, and their brethren that kept the ( f ) gates, [were] an hundred seventy and two. ( f ) Meaning of the temple.

Geneva Bible: Neh 11:20 And the ( g ) residue of Israel, of the priests, [and] the Levites, [were] in all the cities of Judah, every one in his inheritance. ( g ) Of them wh...

Geneva Bible: Neh 11:24 And Pethahiah the son of Meshezabeel, of the children of Zerah the son of Judah, ( h ) [was] at the king's hand in all matters concerning the people. ...

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MHCC: Neh 11:1-36 - --In all ages, men have preferred their own ease and advantage to the public good. Even the professors of religion too commonly seek their own, and not ...

Matthew Henry: Neh 11:1-19 - -- Jerusalem is called here the holy city (Neh 11:1), because there the temple was, and that was the place God had chosen to put his name there; upon...

Matthew Henry: Neh 11:20-36 - -- Having given an account of the principal persons that dwelt in Jerusalem (a larger account of whom he had before, 1Ch 9:2, etc.), Nehemiah, in these...

Keil-Delitzsch: Neh 11:1-2 - -- Neh 11:1 and Neh 11:2 narrate the carrying out of Nehemiah's resolution, Neh 7:4, tomake Jerusalem more populous, and follow Neh 7:5 as to matter, b...

Keil-Delitzsch: Neh 11:3-6 - -- The inhabitants of Jerusalem and the other cities . - Neh 11:3 The title reads: "These are the heads of the province who dwelt atJerusalem; and in ...

Keil-Delitzsch: Neh 11:7-9 - -- Of the Benjamites there were two heads of houses: Sallu, and after himGabbai-Sallai, with nine hundred and twenty-eight fathers of families. Their c...

Keil-Delitzsch: Neh 11:10-14 - -- Of the priests: Jedaiah, Joiarib, and Jachin, three heads of houses,therefore of orders of priests (for בּן before Joiarib probably creptinto the...

Keil-Delitzsch: Neh 11:15-19 - -- Of Levites, Shemaiah, a descendant of Bunni, with the members of hishouse; Shabbethai and Jozabad, "of the heads of the Levites over theoutward busi...

Keil-Delitzsch: Neh 11:20-24 - -- Certain special remarks follow in Neh 11:20. - Neh 11:20 states that the rest ofthe Israelites, priests, and Levites dwelt in all the (other) cities...

Keil-Delitzsch: Neh 11:25-36 - -- The inhabitants of the towns of Judah and Benjamin . - The heads who, withtheir houses, inhabited country districts are here no longer enumerated, ...

Constable: Neh 7:73--13:31 - --II. THE RESTORATION OF THE JEWS chs. 8--13 One writer viewed chapters 8-13 (really 7:73-13:37) as the third part...

Constable: Neh 11:1--12:27 - --B. The Residents of the Land 11:1-12:26 When the exiles returned to the Promised Land, living in Jerusal...

Constable: Neh 11:1-24 - --1. The residents of Jerusalem 11:1-24 Some leaders had already chosen to live in Jerusalem (v. 1...

Constable: Neh 11:25-36 - --2. The residents of the outlying towns 11:25-36 The towns south of Jerusalem, from the Hinnom Va...

Guzik: Neh 11:1-36 - The Citizens of Jerusalem Nehemiah 11 - The Citizens of Jerusalem A. Recruiting citizens of Jerusalem. 1. (1) Those who will live in Jerusalem. Now the leaders of the peopl...

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JFB: Nehemiah (Pendahuluan Kitab) NEHEMIAH appears to have been the author of this book, from his usually writing in his own name, and indeed, except in those parts which are unmistaka...

JFB: Nehemiah (Garis Besar) NEHEMIAH, UNDERSTANDING BY HANANI THE AFFLICTED STATE OF JERUSALEM, MOURNS, FASTS, AND PRAYS. (Neh 1:1-3) HIS PRAYER. (Neh 1:4-11) ARTAXERXES, UNDERS...

TSK: Nehemiah (Pendahuluan Kitab) Of Nehemiah, the author and principal actor in the events recorded in this book, the Jews speak as one of the greatest men of their nation. His conce...

TSK: Nehemiah 11 (Pendahuluan Pasal) Overview Neh 11:1, The rulers, voluntary men, and the tenth man chosen by lot, dwell at Jerusalem; Neh 11:3, A catalogue of their names; Neh 11:20...

Poole: Nehemiah 11 (Pendahuluan Pasal) CHAPTER 11 The rulers and the tenth man chosen by lot dwell at Jerusalem, Neh 11:1,2 . A catalogue of their names, numbers, and families, Neh 11:3-...

MHCC: Nehemiah (Pendahuluan Kitab) The Old Testament history closes with the book of Nehemiah, wherein is recorded the workings of his heart, in the management of public affairs; with m...

MHCC: Nehemiah 11 (Pendahuluan Pasal) The distribution of the people.

Matthew Henry: Nehemiah (Pendahuluan Kitab) An Exposition, with Practical Observations, of The Book of Nehemiah This book continues the history of the children of the captivity, the poor Jews,...

Matthew Henry: Nehemiah 11 (Pendahuluan Pasal) Jerusalem was walled round, but it was not as yet fully inhabited, and therefore was weak and despicable. Nehemiah's next care is to bring people i...

Constable: Nehemiah (Pendahuluan Kitab) Introduction Title This book, like so many others in the Old Testament, received its t...

Constable: Nehemiah (Garis Besar) Outline I. The fortification of Jerusalem chs. 1-7 A. The return under Nehemiah chs. 1-2 ...

Constable: Nehemiah Nehemiah Bibliography Ackroyd, Peter R. I and II Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah. London: SCM Press, 1973. ...

Haydock: Nehemiah (Pendahuluan Kitab) THE BOOK OF NEHEMIAS; commonly called THE SECOND BOOK OF ESDRAS. INTRODUCTION. This Book takes its name from the writer, who was cup-bearer t...

Gill: Nehemiah (Pendahuluan Kitab) INTRODUCTION TO NEHEMIAH This book is, by the authors of the Vulgate Latin and Arabic versions, called the "Second" Book of Ezra, it being a contin...

Gill: Nehemiah 11 (Pendahuluan Pasal) INTRODUCTION TO NEHEMIAH 11 This chapter treats of the inhabitants of Jerusalem, those of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, who settled there by lo...

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