Bible Notes

"There is none else" (Deut. 4:39)—In the original, the statement is even stronger than this, for the words " 'en 'oth" (literally, "there-is-not besides") can be rendered either: "There is none (i.e., no one) else;" or simply: "There is nothing else" (cf. Isa. 45:22, etc.).

"There works of the Lord are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein" (Ps. 111:2)—Moffatt suggests the translation: "Great are the Eternal's doings, to be studied by all who delight in them;" while Smith has a closely similar rendering. The Sixteenth Century Genevan Version had: "The works of the Lord are great, and ought to be sought out of all them that love them."

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