Deuteronomy 29:3

“The great temptations which thine eyes have seen, the signs, and those great miracles:”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Deuteronomy 29:3

The great temptations which thine eyes haue seene, the signes and those great miracles:
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

the great trials which your eyes have seen, those great signs and wonders.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

the great trials which thine eyes saw, the signs, and those great wonders:
- American Standard Version (1901)

The great tests which your eyes saw, and the signs and wonders:
- Basic English Bible

the great trials that thine eyes have seen, those great signs and wonders.
- Darby Bible

The great temptations which thy eyes have seen, the signs, and those great miracles:
- Webster's Bible

the great trials which your eyes saw, the signs, and those great wonders:
- World English Bible

the great trials which thine eyes have seen, the signs, and those great wonders;
- Youngs Literal Bible

(29:2) the great trials which thine eyes saw, the signs and those great wonders;
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Deuteronomy 29:3

Wesley's Notes for Deuteronomy 29:3


29:1 These are the terms or conditions upon which God hath made, that is renewed his covenant with you. The covenant was but one in substance, but various in the time and manner of its dispensation.

29:4 Yet the Lord - That is, you have perceived and seen them with the eyes of your body, but not with your minds and hearts; you have not yet learned rightly to understand the word and works of God, so as to know them for your good, and to make a right use of them, and to comply with them: which he expresseth thus, the Lord hath not given you, &c. not to excuse their wickedness, but to direct them to whom they must have recourse for a good understanding of God's works; and to intimate that although the hearing ear, and the seeing eye, be the workmanship of God, yet their want of his grace was their own fault, and the just punishment of their former sins; their present case being like theirs in Isaiah's time, who first shut their own eyes and ears that they might not see and hear, and would not understand, and then by the righteous judgment of God, had their eyes and ears closed that they should not see and hear, and understand. God's readiness to do us good in other things, is a plain evidence, that if we have not grace, that best of gifts, 'tis our own fault and not his: he would have gathered us, and we would not.


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