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Poole's Outline of 1 Chronicles 1



Adam’s line to Noah, 1-4. Noah’s posterity, by Japheth, 5; by Ham, 8-16; by Shem to Abraham, 17-27. His posterity, by Ishmael, 28-31; by Keturah, and Isaac, 32-34. His posterity by Esau: the kings and dukes of Edom, 35-54.

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Apr 15, 2021


Matthew Henry: 'This chapter and many that follow it repeat the genealogies we have hitherto met with in the sacred history, and put them all together, with considerable additions. We may be tempted, it may be, to think it would have been well if they had not been written, because, when they come to be compared with other parallel places, there are differences found, which we can scarcely accommodate to our satisfaction; yet we must not therefore stumble at the word, but bless God that the things necessary to salvation are plain enough. And since the wise God has thought fit to write these things to us, we should not pass them over unread. All scripture is profitable, though no…

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