1 Kings 11:18
zellmer at cag.pworld.net.ph
Wed Sep 9 08:39:51 EDT 1998
Al Silberman wrote:
> Which brings up the following questions:
> 1. Why aren't house and land listed together?
> 2. Wouldn't it be more natural to say land then house?
One possibility is that the land was not the location of the house. It could have
been a source of income (farmland or the like). If that is the case, then Pharaoh
gave a place to live in, something to live on, and a source of future income. That
would seem a logical progression, IMO.
Paul and Dee Zellmer, Jimmy Guingab, Geoffrey Beltran
Ibanag Translation Project
zellmer at faith.edu.ph
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