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Judges 1 - Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Bible
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Hebron and other cities taken.

The Canaanites had iron chariots; but Israel had God on their side, whose chariots are thousands of angels, Ps 68:17. Yet they suffered their fears to prevail against their faith. About Caleb we read in Jos 15:16 to 19. The Kenites had settled in the land. Israel let them fix where they pleased, being a quiet, contented people. They that molested none, were molested by none. Blessed are the meek, for

they shall inherit the earth. (Jdg 1:21-36)

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