“the Sea of Chinneroth.” This sea is better known as the Sea of Galilee. The Hebrew word Chinnereth means “harp,” and the Sea of Galilee is shaped like a harp, hence the name. The Sea of Galilee is actually a quite small lake about 700 feet (215 meters) below sea level, and the entire lake can be seen from the cliffs on both the east and west sides of the lake, so the shape can be easily seen. The Hebrew text has “Chinnereth” here, the singular form, but it is changed to the plural form “Chinneroth” here in the REV so that all the Old Testament references to it are spelled the same for ease of identification with its other uses (singular: Num. 34:11; Deut. 3:17. plural form: Josh. 11:2; 12:3;
“Pisgah.” A mountain (a peak in a mountain range) east of the Dead Sea.