But I: Exo 3:8, Exo 3:17, Exo 6:8
a land: Milk and honey were the chief dainties of the ancients as they are now among the Arabs, particularly the Bedouins. Hence not only the Hebrews, but also the Greeks and Romans, painted the highest pleasantness and fertility by an abundance of milk and honey. The image used in the text, and frequently by ancient authors on similar subjects, is a metaphor, derived from a breast, producing copious streams of milk.
which: Lev 20:26, Exo 19:5, Exo 19:6, Exo 33:16, Num 23:9, Deu 7:6, Deu 14:2, 1Ki 8:53, Joh 15:19, 2Co 6:17, 1Pe 2:9
Reciprocal: Gen 43:11 - honey Exo 33:3 - a land Num 13:27 - General Num 16:14 - Moreover Num 35:34 - Defile not Deu 27:3 - a land 1Sa 8:20 - General Neh 10:28 - all they Jer 11:5 - a land Eze 20:6 - flowing Rom 1:1 - separated