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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 1 Corinthians 10:6


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    King James Bible - 1 Corinthians 10:6

    Now these things were our examples, to the intent we should not lust after evil things, as they also lusted.

    World English Bible

    Now these things were our examples, to the intent we should not lust after evil things, as they also lusted.

    Douay-Rheims - 1 Corinthians 10:6

    Now these things were done in a figure of us, that we should not covet evil things as they also coveted.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Now these things were our examples, to the intent we should not lust after evil things, as they also lusted.

    Greek Textus Receptus


    ταυτα
    5023 D-NPN δε 1161 CONJ τυποι 5179 N-NPM ημων 2257 P-1GP εγενηθησαν 1096 5675 V-AOI-3P εις 1519 PREP το 3588 T-ASN μη 3361 PRT-N ειναι 1511 5750 V-PXN ημας 2248 P-1AP επιθυμητας 1938 N-APM κακων 2556 A-GPN καθως 2531 ADV κακεινοι 2548 D-NPM-C επεθυμησαν 1937 5656 V-AAI-3P

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    VERSE (6) -
    :11 Zep 3:6,7 Heb 4:11 2Pe 2:6 Jude 1:7

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:6

    ¶ Pero estas cosas fueron hechas en figura de nosotros, para que no codiciemos cosas malas, como ellos codiciaron.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Corinthians 10:6

    Verse 6. These things were our examples] The punishments which
    God inflicted on them furnish us with evidences of what God will inflict upon us, if we sin after the similitude of those transgressors.

    We should not lust after evil things] It is most evident that the apostle refers here to the history in Num. xi. 4, &c.: And the mixed multitude fell a lusting, and said, Who shall give us flesh to eat? Into the same spirit the Corinthians had most evidently fallen; they lusted after the flesh in the idol feasts, and therefore frequented them to the great scandal of Christianity. The apostle shows them that their sin was of the same nature as that of the murmuring rebellious Israelites whom God so severely punished; and if he did not spare the natural branches, there was no likelihood that he should spare them.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 6. Now these things were our examples , etc.] Or types; that is, these punishments which were inflicted on these persons for their sins, were designed as instructions for others to avoid the like sins, that they may escape the same punishment; just as the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, being condemned with an overthrow, as these men were, were made ensamples to all that should hereafter live such vicious lives and conversations; and in a very lively manner, as in a type or print, these exhibited the displeasure of God against sin, what such must expect who commit it; so men are called out of Babylon, lest, partaking of her sins, they also receive of her plagues. The Jews have a common saying f185 ynbl mys twbal [rya that what happened to the fathers is a sign unto the children; to which the apostle may have respect: to the intent that we should not lust after evil things . The apostle proceeds to enter into particular instances, in which these things were examples, teaching us to avoid sin, and so punishment; and begins with lust, which is the root and foundation of all sin; all the evil in the world arises from it, and the world itself is full of it, and is in Gods account the same as action: and here he particularly strikes at those Corinthians, that lusted after the feasts in the idols temples; and hints that that arose rather from a carnal sensual appetite, which ought not to be indulged, than from any other principle: as they also lusted ; that is, after evil things, the fish, the cucumbers, the melons, the leeks, onions, and garlic of Egypt, ( Numbers 11:4-6) which though they were not evil in themselves, yet the Israelites sinned in lusting after them, in not being content with the manna, the food which God had prepared for them; and besides, their desire after these things did not arise from want, but from a sensual appetite, and was attended with murmuring against the Lord and his servants, and was highly resented; for though the Lord gave them flesh according to their desire, yet while it was between their teeth, he sent a plague among them, by which multitudes were taken off, and the name of the place was called hwath twrbq , Kibroth Hataavah, the graves of lusts; the people that lusted being buried there, ( Numbers 11:34).

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 6-14 -
    Carnal desires gain strength by indulgence, therefore should be checke in their first rise. Let us fear the sins of Israel, if we would shu their plagues. And it is but just to fear, that such as tempt Christ will be left by him in the power of the old serpent. Murmuring agains God's disposals and commands, greatly provokes him. Nothing in Scripture is written in vain; and it is our wisdom and duty to lear from it. Others have fallen, and so may we. The Christian's securit against sin is distrust of himself. God has not promised to keep u from falling, if we do not look to ourselves. To this word of caution a word of comfort is added. Others have the like burdens, and the lik temptations: what they bear up under, and break through, we may also God is wise as well as faithful, and will make our burdens according to our strength. He knows what we can bear. He will make a way to escape he will deliver either from the trial itself, or at least the mischie of it. We have full encouragement to flee from sin, and to be faithfu to God. We cannot fall by temptation, if we cleave fast to him. Whethe the world smiles or frowns, it is an enemy; but believers shall be strengthened to overcome it, with all its terrors and enticements. The fear of the Lord, put into their hearts, will be the great means of safety.


    Greek Textus Receptus


    ταυτα
    5023 D-NPN δε 1161 CONJ τυποι 5179 N-NPM ημων 2257 P-1GP εγενηθησαν 1096 5675 V-AOI-3P εις 1519 PREP το 3588 T-ASN μη 3361 PRT-N ειναι 1511 5750 V-PXN ημας 2248 P-1AP επιθυμητας 1938 N-APM κακων 2556 A-GPN καθως 2531 ADV κακεινοι 2548 D-NPM-C επεθυμησαν 1937 5656 V-AAI-3P

    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    6. Examples (tupoi). See on
    1 Pet. v. 3. The word may mean either an example, as 1 Tim. iv. 12, or a type of a fact or of a spiritual truth. Heb. ix. 24; Rom. v. 14.

    We should not lust (mh einai hmav epiqumhtav). Lit., should not be desirers. Epiqumhthv desirer, lover, only here in the New Testament. Frequent in the classics. The sins of the Israelites are connected with those of the Corinthians.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    10:6 {Were our examples} (tupoi hemwn egeneqesan). More exactly, examples for us (objective genitive hemwn, not subjective genitive, of us). The word tupoi (our types) comes from tuptw, to strike, and meant originally the mark of a blow as the print of the nails (#Joh 20:25), qen a figure formed by a blow like images of the gods (#Ac 7:43), qen an example to be imitated (#1Pe 5:3; 1Ti 4:12; 1Th 1:7; 2Th 3:9), or to be avoided as here, and finally a type in a doctrinal sense (#Ro 5:14; Heb 9:24). {To the intent we should not lust after} (eis to me einai hemas epiqumetas). Purpose expressed by eis with the articular infinitive to einai and the accusative of general reference with epiqumetas (lusters) in the predicate.


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