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 14:23
 14:24
14:24 'The only exception will be My servant Caleb, since he showed a different spirit and followed Me wholeheartedly. I will bring him to the land that he explored, and his descendants will possess it.
Ve'avdi Chalev ekev hayetah ruach acheret imo vayemale acharay vahavi'otiv el-ha'arets asher-ba shamah vezar'o yorishenah.



Commentary:

explored
  Literally, 'to which he came.' See note on Numbers 13:22. Caleb was thus subsequently given Hebron as his inheritance (Joshua 15:13).





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