Abarim


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Abarim

(ăb`ərĭm), in the Bible, general term for the country E of the Jordan.
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Next Chemos, th' obscene dread of Moab's sons, From Aroer to Nebo and the wild Of southmost Abarim, in Hesebon And Horonaim, Seon's realm, beyond The flow'ry dale of Sibma clad with vines, And Eleale to th' Asphaltic Pool.
At the end of Deuteronomy when Moses is instructed to ascend the heights of Abarim to Mount Nebo to die there (Deut.
After God tells Moses to ascend the heights of Abarim to view the land given to the Israelites and then die there (Num.
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Cruzaria a traves de tu bosque, de tu Carmelo, me pararia en tu Galaad y ante tus montes Abarim me conturbaria.
For it is not an empty thing for you, but it is your life, and through this thing you will long endure on the soil to which you are about to cross the Jordan to take hold of it there:' And the Lord spoke to Moses on that very day; saying, "Go up to this Mount Abarim, Mount Nebo, which is in the land of Moab by Jericho, and see the land of Canaan that I am about to give to the Israelites as a holding.
The novel is based on the displacement of the Biblical story that relates the vision of Moses at the peak of the mountain of Abarim in Moab, where the "Children of Israel camped and from which Moses beheld the land of Canaan before his death at Mount Nebo".
but the present, greatly expanded edition enlists more than one hundred international scholars who produced more than eight hundred entries, ranging from Abarim (the peak of Mt.
Then the Lord said to Moses: Go climb this mountain of the Abarim range, and see the land I have given to the Israelites.