* the feet.
13 Isa 26:6
* Jordan overfloweth.
The ordinary current of the Jordan, near where the Israelites
crossed, is said by Maundrell, to be about twenty yards
across, deeper than a man's height, and so rapid, that there
is no swimming against it. It has, however, two banks; the
first, or inner one, is that of the river in its natural
state, and the second, or outer one, about a furlong distant,
is that of its overflowings, which it does when the summer's
sun has melted the snow on mount Lebanon and Hermon, in the
months of March and April. And this was the time which God
chose that the Israelites should pass over it; that a
miraculous interposition might be necessary; and that, by the
miracle, they might be convinced of his omnipotence.
4:18 1Ch 12:15 Jer 12:5 49:19
* all the time.
5:10-12 Le 23:10-16 De 16:1-9