1 Kings 14:3
And take: 1Ki 13:7, 1Sa 9:7, 1Sa 9:8, 2Ki 4:42, 2Ki 5:5, 2Ki 5:15, 2Ki 8:7-9 with thee: Heb. in thine hand cracknels: or, cakes, Nikkoodim, spotted, or perforated cakes; either, as some suppose, thin cakes pierced through with holes, the same as is called Jews' bread to the present day, and used by them at the passover; or, as Mr. Harmer imagines, cakes spotted with seeds, as with sesamum, Roman coriander, etc., such as he proves from Rauwolff, Russell, and Hanway, are still used in the East. This was certainly not a present that proclaimed royalty; but it does not appear to have been, in the estimation of the East, a present only fit for a country woman to have made, as Bp. Patrick supposes: for D'Arvieux informs us, that when he waited on an Arab emir, his mother and sisters sent him a present of pastry, honey, and fresh butter, with a bason of sweetmeats of Damascus. cruse: or, bottle he shall tell: 2Ki 1:2, 2Ki 8:8, Luk 7:2, Luk 7:3, Joh 4:47, Joh 4:48, Joh 11:3 Reciprocal: 1Sa 28:8 - disguised 1Ki 14:12 - when thy feet Jer 21:2 - Inquire Dan 4:18 - but