Places Study on Wilderness of Paran

Places Study on Wilderness of Paran

Genesis 21: And he dwelt in the wilderness of Paran: and his mother took him a wife out of the land of Egypt.
Numbers 10: And the children of Israel took their journeys out of the wilderness of Sinai; and the cloud rested in the wilderness of Paran.
Numbers 12: And afterward the people removed from Hazeroth, and pitched in the wilderness of Paran.
Numbers 13: And Moses by the commandment of the LORD sent them from the wilderness of Paran: all those men were heads of the children of Israel.
Numbers 13: And they went and came to Moses, and to Aaron, and to all the congregation of the children of Israel, unto the wilderness of Paran, to Kadesh; and brought back word unto them, and unto all the congregation, and shewed them the fruit of the land.
1 Samuel 25: And Samuel died; and all the Israelites were gathered together, and lamented him, and buried him in his house at Ramah. And David arose, and went down to the wilderness of Paran.

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Tab'Erah, - the name of a place in the Wilderness of Paran
Elparan - In the margin 'the plain of Paran,' or some boundary mark in the Wilderness of Paran in the south of Palestine
Taberah - Burning, a place in the Wilderness of Paran, where the "fire of the Lord" consumed the murmuring Israelites (Numbers 11:3 ; Deuteronomy 9:22 )
Susi - ” The father of Gaddi, one of the spies Moses sent from the Wilderness of Paran to spy out the land of Canaan (Numbers 13:11 )
Zin - A low palm-tree, the south-eastern corner of the desert et-Tih, the Wilderness of Paran, between the Gulf of Akabah and the head of the Wady Guraiyeh (Numbers 13:21 )
Taberah - Name given to a place in the Wilderness of Paran, where the Israelites murmured and were consumed by the fire of the Lord until Moses prayed for them
Rithmah - By comparing this passage with Numbers 11:35 and Numbers 12:16 it appears that Rithmah is in the Wilderness of Paran, and the passages refer to the first visit of the Israelites to that locality
Taberah - ) A place in the Wilderness of Paran where a fire from Jehovah consumed many Israelites at the outer edge of the camp, for their murmurings (Numbers 11:3; Deuteronomy 9:22)
Zin - It formed part of the great Wilderness of Paran, Numbers 13:26 ; and in its north-east corner was Kadesh-barnea, memorable for the death of Miriam, the mission of the twelve spies into Canaan, the murmuring of the Israelites, the rock flowing with water, and the unholy passion of Moses, Numbers 13:21 20:1-13 27:14
Zin - Kadesh is sometimes spoken of as in the wilderness of Zin, Numbers 33:36, and again as in the Wilderness of Paran
Paran - The exiled Ishmael settled in the ‘ Wilderness of Paran ,’ evidently S. Numbers 33:36 ), and this again is identified with the ‘Wilderness of Paran’ ( Numbers 13:26 )
Hazeroth - Such like enclosures abound in the Wilderness of Paran, which the Israelites entered after leaving Sinai (Numbers 11:35 ; 12:16 ; 33:17,18 )
Juniper - One of the encampments in the Wilderness of Paran is called Rithmah, i
Kadesh, Kadeshbarnea - It was in the Wilderness of Paran, and is known to be situated in the extreme south of the land, from whence Joshua smote the inhabitants, and it became the border of Judah's possession
Hormah - After the manifestation of God's anger against the Israelites, on account of their rebellion and their murmurings when the spies returned to the camp at Kadesh, in the Wilderness of Paran, with an evil report of the land, they quickly repented of their conduct, and presumed to go up "to the head of the mountain," seeking to enter the Promised Land, but without the presence of the Lord, without the ark of the convenant, and without Moses
Zin, Wilderness of - portion of the Wilderness of Paran
Kadesh-Barnea - a station of the Israelites, to which they returned again after thirty-eight years, is said to be in the wilderness of Zin, Numbers 13:21 ; Numbers 20:1 ; Deuteronomy 32:51 ; but in the Wilderness of Paran, Numbers 12:16
Shur - part of the Wilderness of Paran, now al Jifar
Arabah - The great limestone plateau, et-Tîh , the Wilderness of Paran, forms the western boundary, and the naked crags of Edom the eastern
Hagar - Ishmael afterwards established himself in the Wilderness of Paran, where he married an Egyptian (Genesis 21:20,21 )
Abigail - Nabal held a feast for his sheep shearers while David was hiding from Saul in the Wilderness of Paran
Ishmael - Overcome with heat and thirst, and then miraculously relieved, he remained in the Wilderness of Paran, took a wife from Egypt, and was the father of twelve sons, heads of Arab tribes
Sinai - Within it are the semi-desert regions known as the Wilderness of Shur in the north and the Wilderness of Paran in the north-east
Kadesh-Barnea - The Old Testament locates it between the Wilderness of Paran and the Wilderness of Zin (Numbers 13:3-21 ,Numbers 13:3-21,13:26 )
Korah - A leader of rebellion against Moses and Aaron while Israel was camped in the Wilderness of Paran (Numbers 16:1 )
Wilderness - The western portion of it is called the "wilderness of Shur" (Exodus 15:22 ), and the eastern the "Wilderness of Paran
Sinai - After three days they reach the "Wilderness of Paran," the "et-Tih", i
Ishmaelites - Having wandered for some time in the wilderness of Beersheba, they proceeded farther to the Wilderness of Paran, which bordered on Arabia; and here Ishmael arrived at maturity, and became an expert archer, or a hunter and warrior
Hagar - And God was with the lad, and he grew, and dwelt in the Wilderness of Paran, and became an archer
Aaron - ... When Israel had reached Hazeroth, in "the Wilderness of Paran," Aaron joined with his sister Miriam in murmuring against Moses, "because of the Ethiopian woman whom he had married," probably after the death of Zipporah. ... Twenty years after this, when the children of Israel were encamped in the Wilderness of Paran, Korah, Dathan, and Abiram conspired against Aaron and his sons; but a fearful judgment from God fell upon them, and they were destroyed, and the next day thousands of the people also perished by a fierce pestilence, the ravages of which were only stayed by the interposition of Aaron (Numbers 16 )
Abraham - Ishmael's presence caused trouble in the family, and he was expelled with his mother Hagar to the Wilderness of Paran
ka'Desh, ka'Desh-Bar'ne-a - that there were two places of the name of Kadesh, one in the Wilderness of Paran and the other in that of Zin; but it is more probable that only one place is meant, and that Zin is but a part of the great desert of Paran
Hagar - Again ‘the angel of God’ cheered her; and she found her way southwards to the Wilderness of Paran ( Genesis 21:21 ), where her son settled
Wilderness of the Wanderings - of the Wilderness of Paran; S. of the Wilderness of Paran was the wilderness of Sinai between the gulfs of Akabah and Suez. wandered in the Wilderness of Paran until the whole generation of murmurers had died. At other times the Israelites were scattered over the Wilderness of Paran as nomads feeding their flocks wherever they found pasture
Wilderness - ” It tells the tragic story of Kadesh-barnea in the Wilderness of Paran and the spy committee who persuaded the people not to attack the Promised Land from the south, so that a whole generation died in the desert (Numbers 13-14 )
Wanderings in the Wilderness - This route is identified with Marah (Exodus 15:23 ), Elim (Exodus 15:27 ), the Wilderness of Sin (Exodus 16:1 ), Rephidim (Exodus 17:1 ), the Wilderness of Sinai (Exodus 18:5 ; Exodus 19:1 ), Sinai (Exodus 19:2 ), the Wilderness of Paran (Numbers 10:12 ), Taberah (Numbers 11:3 ) or Kibroth-hattaavah (“the cemetery of the lusters,” Numbers 11:34 ), Hazeroth (“corrals,” Numbers 11:35 ; Numbers 12:16 ) where the mention of enclosures for the livestock and a series of events in the biblical account suggest an extended stay, and, ultimately, Kadesh (Numbers 20:1 )
Wanderings of the Israelites - ... Kadesh in the Wilderness of Paran | Rithmah, Numbers 33:18 . ... There was a prolonged stay at Kadesh or Rithmah in the Wilderness of Paran
Ishmael - For the story of his life up to his settlement in the Wilderness of Paran, the northern part of the Sinaitic peninsula, see Hagar
Kadesh-Barnea - It was an oasis town between the Wilderness of Zin to the north, the Wilderness of Paran to the south, the Wilderness of Shur to the west, and the Arabah to the east (Genesis 16:7; Genesis 16:14; Genesis 20:1; Numbers 13:26; Numbers 20:1; see PALESTINE)
Numbers, Book of - The move to the Wilderness of Paran in marching order. The move to the Wilderness of Paran
Palestine - This vast empire was the Promised Land; but Palestine was only a part of it, terminating in the north at the southern extremity of the Lebanon range, and in the south in the Wilderness of Paran, thus extending in all to about 144 miles in length
Ishmael - ")... After God's saving them they "dwelt in the Wilderness of Paran," the El Tih, the desert of Israel's wanderings; stretching from the wady Arabah on the E
Numbers, the Book of - Then they "compassed Mount Seir (the Wilderness of Paran) many days," until that whole generation died (Deuteronomy 2:1)
Aaron - ), in the Wilderness of Paran, the rebellion took place of Korah and the Levites against Aaron's monopoly of the priesthood, and of Dathan, Abiram, and the Reubenites against Moses' authority as civil leader
Nabal - Had David been in the Wilderness of Paran at that sunny sheep-shearing immediately before Nabal's marriage, and had he asked for the crumbs that fell from the bridegroom's table, David would have been set in the place of honour at the smiling sheep-master's right hand