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Great Sermon! Hi Steve, thanks for listening. Fair point. The 'immah is pleonastic in 3:6 (less so in v. 12) if it merely means
"in (general but non-spatial) relationship with her." You know? The pronominal suffix on le'ishah (to HER husband) already says that. So I take it as spatial, as the ESV does ("her husband who was with her"; cf. HCSB, NET, etc.). Hope that helps