SEV Biblia, Chapter 29:11 Tuya es, oh SEÑOR, la magnificencia, y el poder, y la gloria, la victoria, y el honor; porque todas las cosas que están en los cielos y en la tierra son tuyas . Tuyo, oh SEÑOR, es el reino, y la altura sobre todos los que están por cabeza.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Chronicles 29:11 Verse 11. Thine, O Lord, is the greatness] This verse is thus paraphrased by the Targum: "Thine, O Lord, is the magnificence; for thou hast created the world by thy great power, and by thy might hast led our fathers out of Egypt, and with great signs hast caused them to pass through the Red Sea.
Thou hast appeared gloriously on Mount Sinai, with troops of angels, in giving law to thy people. Thou hast gained the victory over Amalek; over Sihon and Og, kings of Canaan. By the splendour of thy majesty thou hast caused the sun to stand still on Gibeon, and the moon in the valley of Ajalon, until thy people, the house of Israel, were avenged of their enemies. All things that are in heaven and earth are the work of thy hands, and thou rulest over and sustainest whatsoever is in the heavens and in the earth. Thine, O Lord, is the kingdom in the firmament; and thou art exalted above the heavenly angels, and over all who are constituted rulers upon earth."
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 11. Thine, O Lord, is the greatness, and the power, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty , etc.] That is, either God is possessed of all greatness and immensity, of dignity of nature, and of all perfections; of almighty power, of excellent glory, of superiority to all beings and of honour, and majesty, and all that grandeur, might, and honour in men, and victory over others; the majestic appearance they make, and exaltation above others they have, are all of God: for all that is in the heaven and in the earth [is thine] ; they are both made by him, and all that is in them, and therefore he has the sole right unto them: thine is the kingdom, O Lord ; of nature and Providence; he has the sole dominion over all creatures, and the sovereign disposal of all things: and thou art exalted as head above all ; men on earth, and angels in heaven. Ver. 12 . Both riches and honour come of thee , etc.] Whatever of either the children of men have is not owing to their merits, nor to their diligence and industry, and wise conduct, but to the providence of God, ( Ecclesiastes 9:11 Psalm 75:6,7) so the gods with the Heathens are said to be givers of riches: and thou reignest over all ; govern the world by wisdom, and dispose all things in it for the best: in thine hand is power and might ; to do whatsoever he pleaseth: and in thine hand it is to make great ; in worldly things, and so in spiritual: and to give strength unto all ; against their enemies, and to do the will and work of God; of all which David had had an experience.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-19 - We cannot form a right idea of the magnificence of the temple, and the buildings around it, about which such quantities of gold and silve were employed. But the unsearchable riches of Christ exceed the splendour of the temple, infinitely more than that surpassed the meanest cottage on earth. Instead of boasting of these large oblations David gave solemn thanks to the Lord. All they gave for the Lord' temple was his own; if they attempted to keep it, death would soon have removed them from it. They only use they could make of it to their rea advantage, was, to consecrate it to the service of Him who gave it.
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