[1] John Calvin, Commentaries On The First Book Of Moses Called Genesis (Baker, 1996, http://www.ccel.org/c/calvin/calcom01/cache/calcom01.html3).

[2] Matthew Henry, Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible (Peabody, Ma.: Hendrickson Publishers, 1991), 29.

[3] C. F. Keil and G. Delitzsch, The Pentateuch (vol. 1 of Biblical Commentary on The Old Testament, Grand Rapids, Mi.: Eerdmans, 1949), 152.

[4] H. C. Leupold, Exposition of Genesis, Vol. 1 (Grand Rapids, Mi.: Baker Book House, 1967), 330.

[5] Henry M. Morris, The Genesis Record (Grand Rapids, Mi.: Baker Book House, 1980), 222-223.

[6] Adapted from: O. Palmer Robertson, The Christ of the Covenants (Phillipsburg, N.J.: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1980), 61.

[7] Ultimately, of course, these words apply to Christ. But they applied to David as a type of the Messiah.