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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 1 Samuel 28:19


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    King James Bible - 1 Samuel 28:19

    Moreover the LORD will also deliver Israel with thee into the hand of the Philistines: and to morrow shalt thou and thy sons be with me: the LORD also shall deliver the host of Israel into the hand of the Philistines.

    World English Bible

    Moreover Yahweh will deliver Israel also with you into the
    hand of the Philistines; and tomorrow you and your sons will be with me. Yahweh will deliver the army of Israel also into the hand of the Philistines."

    Douay-Rheims - 1 Samuel 28:19

    And the Lord also will deliver Israel with thee into the hands of the Philistines: and to morrow thou and thy sons shall be with me: and the Lord will also deliver the army of Israel into the hands of the Philistines.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Moreover, the LORD will also deliver Israel with thee into the
    hand of the Philistines: and to-morrow shalt thou and thy sons be with me: the LORD also shall deliver the host of Israel into the hand of the Philistines.

    Original Hebrew

    ויתן
    5414 יהוה 3068 גם 1571 את 853 ישׂראל 3478 עמך 5973 ביד 3027 פלשׁתים 6430 ומחר 4279 אתה 859 ובניך 1121 עמי 5973 גם 1571 את 853 מחנה 4264 ישׂראל 3478 יתן 5414 יהוה 3068 ביד 3027 פלשׁתים׃ 6430

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    VERSE (19) -
    1Sa 12:25; 31:1-6 1Ki 22:20,28

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 28:19

    Y el SEÑOR entregará a Israel también contigo en manos de los filisteos; y mañana seréis conmigo, tú y tus hijos; y aun el campamento de Israel entregará el SEÑOR en manos de los filisteos.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 28:19

    Verse 19. To-morrow shalt thou and thy sons be with me] What an awful message! In the course of the ensuing
    day thou shalt be slain, thy three sons shall be slain, and the armies of Israel shall be delivered into the hands of the Philistines! Can any person read this, properly considering the situation of this unfortunate monarch, the triumph of the enemies of God, and the speedy ruin in which the godlike Jonathan is about to be involved, without feeling the keenest anguish of heart? But Samuel says, "He and his sons should be with him." Does not this mean that they were to go to paradise? I suppose it means no more than that they should all die. Yet the paraphrase of the Rev. C. Wesley is beautiful:- "What do these solemn words portend? A ray of hope when life shall end.

    Thou and thy sons, though slain, shall be To-morrow in repose with me.

    Not in a state of hellish pain, If Saul with Samuel do remain: Not in a state of damn'd despair, If loving Jonathan be there." Saul had committed the sin unto death-the sin to be visited with a violent death, while tile mercy of God was extended to the soul. Thus say my faith, my hope, and my charity; and doth not the mercy of God say the same?


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 19. Moreover, the Lord will also deliver Israel with thee into the hands of the Philistines , etc.] Not a word of comfort does he speak unto him, it being the business of this foul spirit to drive him to despair by the permission of God; had he been the true Samuel, he would have directed him to have altered his course of life, and especially his behaviour toward David, and advised him in those difficulties to send for him, who might have been of singular use unto him; he would have exhorted him to repentance for his sins, and humiliation before God on account of them, and given him hope on this that God would appear for him, and work deliverance, as he had done; but instead of this tells him, that he and his army would be delivered into the hands of the Philistines, which he might make a shrewd guess at, and venture to say from the circumstances of things, and the situation Saul and his people were in; the armies of the Philistines were very numerous, and those of Israel comparatively weak; Saul was quite dispirited, and God had forsaken him: and tomorrow [shalt] thou and thy sons be with me ; which if understood in what sense it may, seems to be a lie of the devil, and at best an ambiguous expression, such as he has been wont to give in the Heathen oracles; if he meant this of himself as an evil spirit, it could not be true of Saul and all his sons, that they should be with him in hell, especially of Jonathan who appears throughout the whole of his life to have been a good man; if he would have it understood of him as representing Samuel, and of their being with him in heaven, it must be a great stretch of charity to believe it true of Saul, so wicked a man, and who died in the act of suicide; though the Jews f550 , some of them, understand it in this sense, that his sins were pardoned, and he was saved; and if it is taken in the sense of being in the state of the dead, and in the earth, from whence he is said to ascend, and where the body of Samuel was, which seems to be the best sense that is put upon the phrase, “with me”; yet this was not true, if he meant it of all the sons of Saul, as the expression seems to suggest; for there were Ishbosheth, and his two sons by Rizpah, which survived him; nor was it true of Saul and his sons that they were cut off, and that they died the next day; for the battle was not fought till several days after this, (see 1 Samuel 28:23 <092901> Samuel 29:1,10,11 30:1,17 31:8,9); if it should be said, that “tomorrow” signifies some future time, and not strictly the next day, this shows the ambiguity of the expression used, and the insignificance of it to the present purpose; for who knew not that Saul and his sons would die some time or another? the Lord also shall deliver the host of Israel into the hand of the Philistines ; which is only a repetition of what is said in the first clause.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 7-19 - When we go from the plain path of
    duty, every thing draws us furthe aside, and increases our perplexity and temptation. Saul desires the woman to bring one from the dead, with whom he wished to speak; thi was expressly forbidden, De 18:11. All real or pretended witchcraft of conjuration, is a malicious or an ignorant attempt to gain knowledge of help from some creature, when it cannot be had from the Lord in the path of duty. While Samuel was living, we never read of Saul's going to advise with him in any difficulties; it had been well for him if he had. But now he is dead, "Bring me up Samuel." Many who despise an persecute God's saints and ministers when living, would be glad to have them again, when they are gone. The whole shows that it was no huma fraud or trick. Though the woman could not cause Samuel's being sent yet Saul's inquiry might be the occasion of it. The woman's surpris and terror proved that it was an unusual and unexpected appearance Saul had despised Samuel's solemn warnings in his lifetime, yet no that he hoped, as in defiance of God, to obtain some counsel an encouragement from him, might not God permit the soul of his departe prophet to appear to Saul, to confirm his former sentence, and denounc his doom? The expression, "Thou and thy sons shall be with me," mean no more than that they shall be in the eternal world. There appear much solemnity in God's permitting the soul of a departed prophet to come as a witness from heaven, to confirm the word he had spoken of earth.


    Original Hebrew

    ויתן 5414 יהוה 3068 גם 1571 את 853 ישׂראל 3478 עמך 5973 ביד 3027 פלשׁתים 6430 ומחר 4279 אתה 859 ובניך 1121 עמי 5973 גם 1571 את 853 מחנה 4264 ישׂראל 3478 יתן 5414 יהוה 3068 ביד 3027 פלשׁתים׃ 6430


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