Torrey's New Topical Textbook
Titles and Names of the Wicked.
Called way-faring men @Jdj 19:17; Isa 35:8.
Preparations made by, alluded to @Eze 12:3,4.
Often collected together and formed caravans @Ge 37:25; Isa 21:13; Lu 2:44.
Often engaged persons acquainted with the country as guides @Nu 10:31,32; Job 29:15.
Generally commenced their journey early in the morning @Jdj 19:5.
Generally rested at noon @Ge 18:1,3; Joh 4:6.
Halted at even @Ge 24:11.
Generally halted at wells or streams @Ge 24:11; 32:21,23; Ex 15:27; 1Sa 30:21; Joh 4:6.
Carried with them
Often travelled on foot @Ge 28:10; 32:10; Ex 12:37; Ac 20:13.
On foot, how attired @Ex 12:11.
After a long journey, described @Jos 9:4,5,13.
Strangers civil to @Ge 18:2; 24:18,19.
Generally treated with great hospitality @Ge 18:3-8; 19:2; 24:24,32,33; Ex 2:20; Jdj 19:20,21; Job 31:32; Heb 13:2.
The caravanserai or public inn for noticed @Ge 42:27; Ex 4:24; Lu 2:7; 10:34.
Were frequently asked whence they came and whither they went @Jdj 19:17.
Protected by those who entertained them @Ge 19:6-8; Jdj 19:23.
For security often left the highways @Jdj 5:6.
Tesserae hospitales or pledges of hospitality, alluded to @Re 2:17.
On errands requiring despatch
Estimated the length of their journey by the number of days which it occupied @Ge 31:23; De 1:2; 2Ki 3:9.
The Jews prohibited from taking long journeys on the Sabbath @Ex 20:10; Ac 1:12.
Ceasing of, threatened as a calamity @Isa 33:8.
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