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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 1 Samuel 15:32


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    King James Bible - 1 Samuel 15:32

    Then said Samuel, Bring ye hither to me Agag the king of the Amalekites. And Agag came unto him delicately. And Agag said, Surely the bitterness of death is past.

    World English Bible

    Then Samuel said, "Bring here to me Agag the king of the Amalekites!" Agag came to him cheerfully. Agag said, "Surely the bitterness of death is past."

    Douay-Rheims - 1 Samuel 15:32

    And Samuel said: Bring hitherto me Agag the king of Amalec. And Agag was presented to him very fat, and trembling. And Agag said: Doth bitter death separate in this manner?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Then said Samuel, Bring ye hither to me Agag the king of the Amalekites. And Agag came to him delicately. And Agag said, Surely the bitterness of death is past.

    Original Hebrew

    ויאמר
    559 שׁמואל 8050 הגישׁו 5066 אלי 413 את 853 אגג 90  מלך 4428  עמלק 6002  וילך 1980  אליו 413  אגג 90  מעדנת 4574  ויאמר 559  אגג 90  אכן 403  סר 5493  מר 4751  המות׃ 4194  

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    VERSE (32) -
    Jer 48:44 1Th 5:3 Re 18:7

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:32

    ¶ Después dijo Samuel: Traedme a Agag rey de Amalec. Y Agag vino a él delicadamente. Y dijo Agag: Ciertamente se acerca la amargura de la muerte.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 15:32

    Verse 32. Agag came unto him delicately.] The Septuagint have tremwn, trembling; the original, tnd[m maadannoth,
    delicacies; probably ya ish, man, understood; a man of delights, a pleasure-taker: the Vulgate, pinguissimus et tremens, "very fat and trembling." Surely the bitterness of death is past.] Almost all the versions render this differently from ours. Surely death is bitter, is their general sense; and this seems to be the true meaning.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 32. Then said Samuel, bring you hither to me Agag the king of the Amalekites , etc.] This he said very probably to some of Saul’s officers, and in his presence, and before all the people met together for
    sacrifice: and Agag came unto him delicately ; fat and plump, as the Vulgate Latin version, and yet trembling, as that and the Septuagint; well dressed, in the garb and habit of a king, and with the air and majesty of one; or with pleasure and joy, as Kimchi, choosing rather to die than to be a captive, and live in such reproach as he did; though R. Isaiah and Ben Gersom give the sense of it, that he came bound in chains, and fetters of iron, according to the use of the word in ( Job 38:31) and Agag said, surely the bitterness of death is past ; this he said, either as not expecting to die, that since he had been spared by Saul, the king of the nation, a fierce and warlike prince, he had nothing to fear from an ancient man and a prophet, and who now bore not the sword of justice; and especially when he came into his presence, and saw his form, which showed him to be a man of clemency and mercy, as Ben Gersom observes: or as expecting it, and so Kimchi interprets it to this sense, “the bitterness of death is come”; and is near at hand, and will be soon over; or suggesting that that which was bitter, to others grievous and terrible, was to him sweet and desirable; but the former sense seems best by what follows.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 32-35 - Many think the
    bitterness of death is past when it is not gone by; the put that evil day far from them, which is very near. Samuel calls Aga to account for his own sins. He followed the example of his ancestors cruelty, justly therefore is all the righteous blood shed by Amale required. Saul seems unconcerned at the token of God's displeasur which he lay under, yet Samuel mourns day and night for him. Jerusale was carnally secure while Christ wept over it. Do we desire to do the whole will of God? Turn to him, not in form and appearance, but with sincerity __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ויאמר 559 שׁמואל 8050 הגישׁו 5066 אלי 413 את 853 אגג 90  מלך 4428  עמלק 6002  וילך 1980  אליו 413  אגג 90  מעדנת 4574  ויאמר 559  אגג 90  אכן 403  סר 5493  מר 4751  המות׃ 4194  


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