Bible Notes

"My deliverer" (II Sam. 22:2)—A more literal rendering of the Hebrew would be: "My deliverer, mine"; and so the Revised Version suggests: "My deliverer, even mine;" and Moffatt has: "My deliverer—he is mine."

"The God of my rock" (II Sam. 22:3)—As is well known, the earliest Hebrew manuscripts were written without the use of vowels, and, translating from the original consonantal text, one can read either: "the God of my rock" (as here), or, "my God, my Rock," according to the vowels which he presupposes. Hence, Smith has: "my God, my rock;" and Moffatt: "my God, my fortalice."

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