SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:13 Id, y preguntad al SEÑOR por mí, y por el pueblo, por todo Judá, acerca de las palabras de este libro que se ha hallado; porque grande ira del SEÑOR es la que ha sido encendida contra nosotros, por cuanto nuestros padres no oyeron las palabras de este libro, para hacer conforme a todo lo que nos fue escrito.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 13. Go ye, inquire of the Lord , etc.] Of some of his prophets, as Jeremiah, who began to prophesy in the thirteenth year of Josiah’s reign, and had been a prophet five years, ( Jeremiah 1:1,2), for me, and for the people, and for all Judah, concerning the words of this book that is found ; for he observed that this book threatened and foretold not only the captivity of the ten tribes, but of Judah, and of their king; and Jarchi thinks, he had a particular respect to that passage, the Lord shall bring thee and thy king , etc. ( Deuteronomy 28:36) and therefore was desirous of knowing what he and his people must do to avert those judgments: for great is the wrath of the Lord that is kindled against us ; which he concluded from the threatenings denounced: because that our fathers have not hearkened unto the words of this book, to do according to all which is written concerning us : he clearly saw that his ancestors more remote and immediate had been very deficient in observing the laws, commands, and ordinances enjoined them in that book; and therefore feared that what was threatened would fall upon him and his people, who, he was sensible, came short of doing their duty.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 11-20 - The book of the law is read before the king. Those best honour their Bibles, who study them; daily feed on that bread, and walk by tha light. Convictions of sin and wrath should put us upon this inquiry What shall we do to be saved? Also, what we may expect, and mus provide for. Those who are truly apprehensive of the weight of God' wrath, cannot but be very anxious how they may be saved. Huldah le Josiah know what judgments God had in store for Judah and Jerusalem The generality of the people were hardened, and their hearts unhumbled but Josiah's heart was tender. This is tenderness of heart, and thus he humbled himself before the Lord. Those who most fear God's wrath, ar least likely to feel it. Though Josiah was mortally wounded in battle yet he died in peace with God, and went to glory. Whatever such person suffer or witness, they are gathered to the grave in peace, and shal enter into the rest which remaineth for the people of God __________________________________________________________________
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