SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:14 Que el día que visitaré las rebeliones de Israel sobre él, visitaré también sobre los altares de Bet-el; y serán cortados los cuernos del altar, y caerán a tierra.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Amos 3:14 Verse 14. In the day that I shall visit] When Josiah made a reformation in the land he destroyed idolatry, pulled down the temples and altars that had been consecrated to idol worship, and even burnt the bones of the priests of Baal and the golden calves upon their own altars. See 2 Kings xxiii. 15, 16, &c.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. That in the day that I shall visit the transgressions of Israel upon him , etc.] The three or four mentioned in the preceding chapter, the great multitude of them, their profaneness, uncleanness, and luxury, their injustice and oppression of the poor; when he should visit and punish for these sins, as he would by the hand of the Assyrian, he would not forget their idolatry; though no notice is taken of this before, in the appeal to the Heathen princes, who were likewise guilty of it: I will also visit the altars of Bethel ; where one of the calves Jeroboam made was set up and worshipped; and where was an altar erected, and sacrifice offered on it, ( 1 Kings 12:28-33); and here the plural number is put for the singular; though it may be, that in process of time more altars might be set up as they increased in idolatry, and as seems from ( Hosea 8:11 <281001> 10:1); and now the Lord would show his resentment at them, and punish those that worshipped and sacrificed there. So the Targum, “that worship at the altars in Bethel;” and the horns of the altar shall be cut off, and fall to the ground ; for it seems this altar was made after the form of that at Jerusalem, with four horns at the four corners of it; and which were reckoned the more principal parts of it, and the more sacred, where the blood of the sacrifices was poured, and to which persons in distress fled and laid hold of for refuge; but now these should be of no use unto them, since they would be entirely demolished by the enemy, and laid level with the ground.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 9-15 - That power which is an instrument of unrighteousness, will justly be brought down and broken. What is got and kept wrongfully, will not be kept long. Some are at ease, but there will come a day of visitation and in that day, all they are proud of, and put confidence in, shal fail them. God will inquire into the sins of which they have bee guilty in their houses, the robbery they have stored up, and the luxur in which they lived. The pomp and pleasantness of men's houses, do no fortify against God's judgments, but make sufferings the more grievou and vexatious. Yet a remnant, according to the election of grace, wil be secured by our great and good Shepherd, as from the jaws of destruction, in the worst times __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew כי 3588 ביום 3117 פקדי 6485 פשׁעי 6588 ישׂראל 3478 עליו 5921 ופקדתי 6485 על 5921 מזבחות 4196 בית אל 1008 ונגדעו 1438 קרנות 7161 המזבח 4196 ונפלו 5307 לארץ׃ 776