Deuteronomy 28:6 MEANING

Deuteronomy 28:6
(6) When thou comest in . . . and when thou goest out.--These words may apply to the details of life, or they may have a further meaning, as the eisodus of Christ was His entrance into this world's labour, and His exodus His departure (Acts 13:24; Luke 9:31). Rashi says, "So that thy departure from the world shall be like thine entrance into it, sinless." (The Jews, as a whole, do not believe in original sin.)

28:1-14 This chapter is a very large exposition of two words, the blessing and the curse. They are real things and have real effects. The blessings are here put before the curses. God is slow to anger, but swift to show mercy. It is his delight to bless. It is better that we should be drawn to what is good by a child-like hope of God's favour, than that we be frightened to it by a slavish fear of his wrath. The blessing is promised, upon condition that they diligently hearken to the voice of God. Let them keep up religion, the form and power of it, in their families and nation, then the providence of God would prosper all their outward concerns.Blessed shalt thou be when thou comest in, and blessed shalt thou be when thou goest out. In all their business and employments of life whether within doors or without; in the administration of every office, whether more public or private; and in all their journeys going out and coming home; and particularly when they went out to war, and returned, all should be attended with success.
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