Numbers 21:10
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New American Standard Bible
Now the sons of Israel moved out and camped in Oboth.

King James Bible
And the children of Israel set forward, and pitched in Oboth.

Darby Bible Translation
And the children of Israel journeyed, and encamped in Oboth.

World English Bible
The children of Israel traveled, and encamped in Oboth.

Young's Literal Translation
And the sons of Israel journey, and encamp in Oboth.

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Barnes' Notes on the Bible

The earlier stations in this part of their journey were Zalmonah and Punon Numbers 33:41-42. Oboth was north of Punon, east of the northern part of Edom, and is pretty certainly the same as the present pilgrim halting-place el-Ahsa. Ije ("ruinous heaps") of Abarim, or Iim of Abarim, was so called to distinguish it from another Iim in southwestern Canaan Joshua 15:29. Abarim denotes generally the whole upland country on the east of the Jordan. The Greek equivalent of the name is Peraea.

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The Disciple, -- Master, in These Days Some Learned Men and their Followers Regard Thy...
The Disciple,--Master, in these days some learned men and their followers regard Thy atonement and the redemption by blood as meaningless and futile, and say that Christ was only a great teacher and example for our spiritual life, and that salvation and eternal happiness depend on our own efforts and good deeds. The Master,--1. Never forget that spiritual and religious ideas are connected less with the head than with the heart, which is the temple of God, and when the heart is filled with the presence
Sadhu Sundar Singh—At The Master's Feet

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John Newton—Messiah Vol. 1

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