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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Amos 9:11


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    King James Bible - Amos 9:11

    In that day will I raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen, and close up the breaches thereof; and I will raise up his ruins, and I will build it as in the days of old:

    World English Bible

    In that
    day I will raise up the tent of David who is fallen, and close up its breaches, and I will raise up its ruins, and I will build it as in the days of old;

    Douay-Rheims - Amos 9:11

    All the sinners of my people shall fall by the sword: who say: The evils shall not approach, and shall not come upon us.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    In that
    day will I raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen, and close up their breaches; and I will raise up its ruins, and I will build it as in the days of old:

    Original Hebrew

    ביום
    3117 ההוא 1931 אקים 6965 את 853 סכת 5521 דויד 1732 הנפלת 5307 וגדרתי 1443 את 853 פרציהן 6556 והרסתיו 2034 אקים 6965 ובניתיה 1129 כימי 3117 עולם׃ 5769

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    VERSE (11) -
    Ac 15:15-17

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 9:11

    ¶ En aquel día yo levantaré el Tabernáculo de David, caído, y cerraré sus portillos, y levantaré sus ruinas, y lo edificaré como en el tiempo pasado;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Amos 9:11

    Verse 11. Will I raise up the
    tabernacle of David] It is well known that the kingdom of Israel, the most profane and idolatrous, fell first, and that the kingdom of Judah continued long after, and enjoyed considerable prosperity under Hezekiah and Josiah. The remnant of the Israelites that were left by the Assyrians became united to the kingdom of Judah; and of the others, many afterwards joined them: but this comparatively short prosperity and respite, previously to the Babylonish captivity, could not be that, as Calmet justly observes, which is mentioned here. This could not be called closing up the breaches, raising up the ruins, and building it as in the days of old; nor has any state of this kind taken place since; and, consequently, the prophecy remains to be fulfilled. It must therefore refer to their restoration under the Gospel, when they shall receive the Lord Jesus as their Messiah, and be by him restored to their own land. See these words quoted by James, Acts xv. 17. Then indeed it is likely that they shall possess the remnant of Edom, and have the whole length and breadth of Immanuel's land, ver. 12. Nor can it be supposed that the victories gained by the Asmoneans could be that intended by the prophet and which he describes in such lofty terms. These victories procured only a short respite, and a very imperfect re- establishment of the tabernacle of David; and could not warrant the terms of the prediction in these verses.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 11. In that
    day will I raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen , etc.] Not in the day of Israel’s ruin, but in the famous Gospel day, so often spoken of by the prophets; and this prophecy is referred to the times of the Messiah by the ancient Jews; and one of the names they give him is taken from hence, “Barnaphli” f257 , the Son of the fallen. R. Nachman said to R. Isaac, hast thou heard when Barnaphli comes? to whom he said, who is Barnaphli? he replied, the Messiah; you may call the Messiah Barnaphli; for is it not written, “in that day will I raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen down?” and they call him so, not because the son of Adam; but because he was the son of David, and was to spring from his family, when fallen into a low and mean condition; yea, they sometimes seem by the tabernacle of David to understand the dead body of the Messiah to be raised, whose human nature is by the New Testament writers called a tabernacle, ( Hebrews 8:2 9:11); (see John 1:14); for, having mentioned that passage in ( Jeremiah 30:9); “they shall serve the Lord their God, and David their King, whom I will raise up unto them”, add, whom I will raise up out of the dust; as it is said, “I will raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen down”; but elsewhere it is better interpreted of the Messiah’s raising up Israel his people out of captivity; they say, “her husband shall come, and raise her out of the dust; as it is said, “I will raise up the tabernacle of David”, etc. in the day the King Messiah shall gather the captivity from the ends of the world to the ends of it, according to ( Deuteronomy 30:4);” and which they understand of their present captivity, and deliverance from it, as in ( Amos 9:14). Tobit seems to have reference to this passage, when he thus exhorts Zion, “praise the everlasting King, that his tabernacle may be built again in thee;” and expresses his faith in it, that so it would be, “afterwards they (the Jews) shall return from all places of their captivity, and build up Jerusalem gloriously; and the house of God shall be built in it, as the prophets have spoken concerning it, for ever;” agreeably to which Jarchi paraphrases it, “in the day appointed for redemption;” and so the Apostle James quotes it, and applies it to the first times of the Gospel, ( Acts 15:15-17). The Targum interprets this “tabernacle” of the kingdom of the house of David: this was in a low estate and condition when Jesus the Messiah came, he being the carpenter’s son; but it is to be understood of the spiritual kingdom of Christ, the church; Christ is meant by David, whose son he is, and of whom David was an eminent type, and is often called by his name, ( Ezekiel 34:23,24 37:24,25 Hosea 3:5); and the church by his “tabernacle”, which is of his building, where he dwells, and keeps his court; and which in the present state is movable from place to place: and this at the time of Christ’s coming was much fallen, and greatly decayed, through sad corruption in doctrine by the Pharisees and Sadducees; through neglect of worship, and formality in it, and the introduction of things into it God never commanded; through the wicked lives of professors, and the small number of truly godly persons; but God, according to this promise and prophecy, raised it up again by the ministry of John the Baptist, Christ and his apostles, and by the conversion of many of the Jews, and by bringing in great numbers of the Gentiles, who coalesced in one church state, which made it flourishing, grand, and magnificent; and thus the prophecy was in part fulfilled, as the apostle has applied it in the above mentioned place: but it will have a further and greater accomplishment still in the latter day, both in the spiritual and personal reign of Christ: and though this tabernacle or church of Christ is fallen to decay again, and is in a very ruinous condition; the doctrines of the Gospel being greatly departed from; the ordinances of it changed, or not attended to; great declensions as to the exercise of grace among the people of God; and many breaches and divisions among them; the outward conversation of many professors very bad, and few instances of conversion; yet the Lord will raise it up again, and make it very glorious: he will close up the breaches thereof, and will raise up his ruins ; the doctrines of the Gospel will be revived and received; the ordinances of it will be administered in their purity, as they were first delivered; great numbers will be converted, both of Jews and Gentiles; and there will be much holiness, spirituality, and brotherly love, among the saints: and I will build it as in the days of old ; religion shall flourish as in the days of David and Solomon; the Christian church will be restored to its pristine glory, as in the times of the apostles.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 11-15 -
    Christ died to gather together the children of God that were scattere abroad, here said to be those who were called by his name. The Lor saith this, who doeth this, who can do it, who has determined to do it the power of whose grace is engaged for doing it. Verses #(13-15) ma refer to the early times of Christianity, but will receive a mor glorious fulfilment in the events which all the prophets more or les foretold, and may be understood of the happy state when the fulnes both of the Jews and the Gentiles come into the church. Let us continu earnest in prayer for the fulfilment of these prophecies, in the peace purity, and the beauty of the church. God marvellously preserves his elect amidst the most fearful confusions and miseries. When all seem desperate, he wonderfully revives his church, and blesses her with all spiritual blessings in Christ Jesus. And great shall be the glory of that period, in which not one good thing promised shall remai unfulfilled __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ביום 3117 ההוא 1931 אקים 6965 את 853 סכת 5521 דויד 1732 הנפלת 5307 וגדרתי 1443 את 853 פרציהן 6556 והרסתיו 2034 אקים 6965 ובניתיה 1129 כימי 3117 עולם׃ 5769


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