Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown
The very words of Moses (Deuteronomy 32:1); this implies that the law was the charter and basis of all prophecy (Isaiah 8:20).
Lord—Jehovah; in Hebrew, "the self-existing and promise-fulfilling, unchangeable One." The Jews never pronounced this holy name, but substituted Adonai. The English Version, LORD in capitals, marks the Hebrew "Jehovah," though Lord is rather equivalent to "Adonai" than "Jehovah."
children— (Exodus 4:22).
rebelled—as sons (Deuteronomy 21:18) and as subjects, God being king in the theocracy (Isaiah 63:10). "Brought up," literally, "elevated," namely, to peculiar privileges (Jeremiah 2:6-8; Romans 9:4-5).
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