Deuteronomy 4:41 Then Moses set apart three cities on this side of Jordan toward the sun rising;


Parallel Verses

King James 2000

Then Moses set apart three cities on this side of Jordan toward the sun rising;

New American Standard Bible

Then Moses set apart three cities across the Jordan to the east,

King James Version

Then Moses severed three cities on this side Jordan toward the sunrising;

Holman Bible

Then Moses set apart three cities across the Jordan to the east,

International Standard Version

Then Moses designated three cities on the east side of the Jordan,

A Conservative Version

Then Moses set apart three cities beyond the Jordan toward the sunrise,

American Standard Version

Then Moses set apart three cities beyond the Jordan toward the sunrising;

Amplified

Then Moses set apart three cities [of refuge] beyond the Jordan to the east,

Bible in Basic English

Then Moses had three towns marked out on the far side of Jordan looking to the east;

Darby Translation

Then Moses separated three cities on this side the Jordan toward the sun-rising,

Jubilee 2000 Bible

Then Moses separated three cities on this side of the Jordan toward the sunrising

Julia Smith Translation

Then Moses will separate three cities in the other side of Jordan from the rising of the sun;

Lexham Expanded Bible

Then Moses set apart three cities {on the other side of the Jordan}, {toward the east},

Modern King James verseion

Then Moses separated three cities on this side Jordan towards the sunrise,

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

Then Moses severed three cities on the other side Jordan toward the sun rising,

NET Bible

Then Moses selected three cities in the Transjordan, toward the east.

New Heart English Bible

Then Moses set apart three cities beyond the Jordan toward the sunrise;

The Emphasized Bible

Then, did Moses set apart three cities, over the Jordan, - towards the rising of the sun:

Webster

Then Moses set apart three cities on the side of Jordan, towards the sun-rising;

World English Bible

Then Moses set apart three cities beyond the Jordan toward the sunrise;

Youngs Literal Translation

Then Moses separateth three cities beyond the Jordan, towards the sun-rising,

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
משׁה 
Mosheh 
Usage: 766

שׁלשׁה שׁלושׁה שׁלשׁ שׁלושׁ 
Shalowsh 
Usage: 430

עיר ער עיר 
`iyr 
Usage: 1094

עבר 
`eber 
Usage: 90

ירדּן 
Yarden 
Usage: 182

Context Readings

The Narrative Concerning Cities Of Refuge

40 You shall keep therefore his statutes, and his commandments, which I command you this day, that it may go well with you, and with your children after you, and that you may prolong your days upon the earth, which the LORD your God gives you, forever. 41 Then Moses set apart three cities on this side of Jordan toward the sun rising; 42 That the slayer might flee there, who should kill his neighbor unintentionally, and hated him not in times past; and that fleeing unto one of these cities he might live:


Cross References

Numbers 35:6

And among the cities which you shall give unto the Levites there shall be six cities for refuge, which you shall appoint for the manslayer, that he may flee there: and to them you shall add forty and two cities.

Numbers 35:14-15

You shall give three cities on this side of Jordan, and three cities shall you give in the land of Canaan, which shall be cities of refuge.

Joshua 20:2-9

Speak to the children of Israel, saying, Appoint for yourselves cities of refuge, of which I spoke unto you by the hand of Moses:



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