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By Christo H. J. van der Merwe

When you have a simple Hebrew wisdom and need to refesh,clarify or extra discover a few matters, it is a ideal instrument. Very terse and consequently sensible.

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So once more our text has its originality, now in the sphere of the cultic life with its possibilities of no answer or a helpful word of God. Lastly, both parts of the third line are not otherwise attested either in the Psalms13 or in the rest of the OT. To lift the face to someone is a wellknown phrase but never used of God as the subject of looking. ). The exceptional wording means: the whole cultic presence of YHWH 10 Cf. ; 140:4; 141:9. See, too, Gen 28:15 at the sanctuary of Bethel in a vow of Jacob.

And Joshua did so. The episode is placed after the communal circumcision and the celebration of Pesach at Gilgal in the plains of Jericho, before the fall of Jericho. Older commentators have argued that here too we have the remnants of a sanctuary legend, probably connected to Gilgal, which was an important cultic centre in pre-Davidic times,11 but the problems in this small unit are manifold. For example, the text places Joshua ‘in Jericho,’ before the city had been conquered. , Carl A. ’ Second, the speech of the commander of the army of the LORD ends with ‘Now I have come,’ where one would expect a clause expressing the purpose of his coming.

Wilkinson, Jerusalem Pilgrims, 141. Also Muslim Pilgrims had their share of footprints. The Persian pilgrim Nâsir-i-Khusrau, Diary of a Journey Through Syria and Palestine (transl. Guy le Strange), London 1893, 47, recounts: ‘The Rock inclines on the side that is towards the Kiblah (or south), and there is an appearance as though a person had walked heavily on the stone when it was soft like clay, whereby the imprint of his toes had remained thereon. ’ 36 eibert tigchelaar following about the Holy Sepulchre and its keeper: ‘Opening the sacred portal for me, he ordered me to take off my shoes; and then, having admitted me barefooted to the Holy Sepulchre .

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