Bible Notes

"God hath not appointed us to warth" (I These. 5:9)—Weymouth's translation expresses the meaning even more clearly by rendering: "God has not destined us to incur His anger;" while Dr. Moffatt's translation is: "God destined us not for Wrath but to gain salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ."

"He brought me up also out of an horrible pit" (Ps. 40:2)—More literally, "a pit of tumult," "roaring," or "destruction." In consequence, Smith translates: "He drew me up from the pit of ruin;" and Moffatt: "He raised me from a lonesome pit;" while Kent has the following: "out of a desolate pit."

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October 8, 1938

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