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“redeem, yes, redeem.” This is the figure of speech polyptoton, where the word “redeem” is repeated twice in the Hebrew text, but the two occurrences are inflected differently. The double use of “redeem” is for emphasis, which some translations express by saying something such as, “You shall surely redeem.” [For more on the use of polyptoton, and the translation of it, see commentary on Gen. 2:16].

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“covenant of salt.” Like the blood covenant, the covenant of salt was an ancient custom that was recognized all over the Middle East and even in other countries. The offerings of the Lord were to be offered with salt as a symbol of the covenant and a reminder of the commitment people made to keep the covenant (Lev. 2:13). [For more on the salt covenant, see commentary on 2 Chron. 13:5].

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