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“which he cut with Abraham.” Psalm 105:8-11 and 1 Chronicles 16:15-18 both speak of the covenant that God made (literally “cut”) with Abraham and the oath that He made with Isaac and confirmed with Jacob. The covenant with Abraham is recorded in Genesis 15:8-21; 17:4-14. God said he would establish the covenant with Isaac (Gen. 17:19) and spoke of the oath to him (Gen 26:2-5), and the promise was confirmed to Jacob (Gen. 28:12-15; 35:9-12).

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“staff of bread.” “Bread” was a common idiom for food. “Bread” came to be used by metonymy for food in general because bread was the main food in the culture and a staple of life. Bread was indeed the staff upon which the people leaned for food, and in literature it is sometimes referred to as the “staff of life.” Here “the whole staff of bread” is the whole supply of food upon which the people leaned and depended. The whole food supply was broken (cp. Lev. 26:26; Ezek. 4:16; 5:16).

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“law.” The Hebrew word is “Torah.” In this case, the “Torah” refers to the law and instructions given by God. [For more on the meaning of “law,” Torah, see commentary on Proverbs 1:8].

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