1 Samuel 20:19

And when you have stayed three days, then you shall go down quickly, and come to the place where you did hide yourself when the matter was in hand, and shall remain by the stone Ezel.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Morrow. Hebrew, "and after three days (Haydock; or, on the third day) thou shalt "Syriac and Arabic, "Thou wilt be called for at table, at the third hour. "(Calmet) Septuagint use the same word, trioseuseis, as in the following verse: "I will shoot thrice at wild beasts, with arrows, sending as far as Laarmattarai "so here they may insinuate that David must "wait three days "(Haydock) or come on each of these days, that he may not slip an opportunity. (Cajetan) Work. Le Clerc translates, "in the day of the business. "Protestants, "where thou didst hide thyself when the business was in hand, and shalt remain by the stone Ezel. "Alexandrian Septuagint, "by this affair. "Vatican , "Ergab "a word which Grabe admits instead of ergon, in his edition. (Haydock) Other copies, with the Syriac and Arabic, have simply, "near this stone "which Junius styles speculam, as if it were a butt or landmark, (Calmet) or a stone to show the road, (Lyranus) or mile-stone, (Tirinus) which latter supposition is not probable, as David desired to be concealed. (Menochius) He would therefore choose some cavern, so as to be able to hear what Jonathan said, without being seen. (Haydock) this precaution was necessary for the safety of both. (Menochius)

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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