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Moabites


1. Descended from Lot. Ge 19:37.

2. Called

a. Children of Lot. De 2:9.

b. People of Chemosh. Nu 21:29; Jer 48:46.

3. Are given to, as a possession. De 2:9.

4. Separated from the Amorites by the river Arnon. Nu 21:13.

5. Expelled the ancient Emims. De 2:9-11.

6. Possessed many and great cities. Nu 21:28,30; Isa 15:1-4; Jer 48:21-24.

7. Governed by kings. Nu 23:7; Jos 24:9.

8. Described as

a. Proud and arrogant. Isa 16:6; Jer 48:29.

b. Idolatrous. 1Ki 11:7.

c. Superstitious. Jer 27:3,9.

d. Rich and confident. Jer 48:7.

e. Prosperous and at ease. Jer 48:11.

f. Mighty men of war. Jer 48:14.

9. Deprived of a large part of their territories by the Amorites. Nu 21:26.

10. Refused to let Israel pass. Jdj 11:17,18.

11. Alarmed at the number, &c of Israel. Nu 22:3.

12. With Midian send for Balaam to curse Israel. Nu 22:1-24:25.

13. Israelites

a. Enticed to idolatry by. Nu 25:1-3.

b. Forbidden to spoil. De 2:9; Jdj 11:15.

c. Forbidden to make leagues with. De 23:6.

d. Sometimes intermarried with. Ru 1:4; 1Ki 11:1; 1Ch 8:8; Ne 13:23.

14. Excluded from the congregation of Israel forever. De 23:3,4; Ne 13:1,2.

15. Always hostile to Israel. Ps 83:6; Eze 25:8.

16. Harassed and subdued by Saul. 1Sa 14:47.

17. Gave an asylum to David’s family. 1Sa 22:4.

18. Made tributary to David. 2Sa 8:2,12.

19. Benaiah slew two champions of. 2Sa 23:20.

20. Paid tribute of sheep and wool to the king of Israel. 2Ki 3:4; Isa 16:1.

21. Revolted from Israel after the death of Ahab. 2Ki 1:1; 3:5.

22. Israel and Judah joined against. 2Ki 3:6,7.

23. Miraculously deceived by the colour of the water. 2Ki 3:21-24.

24. Conquered by Israel and Judah. 2Ki 3:24-26.

25. King of, sacrificed his son to excite animosity against Israel. 2Ki 3:27.

26. Joined Babylon against Judah. 2Ki 24:2.

27. Prophesies respecting

a. Terror on account of Israel. Ex 15:15.

b. Desolation and grief. Isa 15:1-9; 16:2-11.

c. Inability to avert destruction. Isa 16:12.

d. To destroyed in three years. Isa 16:13,14.

e. To be captives in Babylon. Jer 27:3,8; 48:7.

f. Their desolation as a punishment for their hatred of Israel. Jer 48:26,27; Eze 25:8,9.

g. Restoration from captivity. Jer 48:47.

h. Subjugation to Messiah. Nu 24:17; Isa 25:10.

i. Subjugation to Israel. Isa 11:14.