SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:1 Â¶ En aquel tiempo el SEÑOR me dijo: Lábrate dos tablas de piedra como las primeras, y sube a mí al monte, y hazte un arca de madera;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 10:1 Verse 1. Hew thee two tables of stone] See the notes on "Exod. xxxiv. 1".
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. At that time the Lord said unto me , etc.] On the fortieth day, mentioned in the preceding chapter, as Aben Ezra, or at the end of forty days, as Jarchi; not of the first forty, for then were given him the first two tables of stone, with the law written on them, which he broke when he came down; but at the end of the second forty days, as some think, when he had fallen before the Lord, and entreated him for the people, and, as a token of his reconciliation to them, gave the following order: hew thee two tables of stone like unto the first , etc. Of the same sort of stone, of the same size and form with those God gave him in the mount the first time he was there, and which he broke in his descent from thence; they were the work of God, but these were to be hewed by Moses: the order seems to be given between the request Moses made to see the glory of the Lord, and the proclamation made of it, (see Exodus 34:1), and come up unto me into the mount; Mount Sinai; this was certainly the third time of his going up there, and where he continued forty days and nights; but whether he continued there so long the second time may be a matter of question, though he certainly did the third time; (see Exodus 32:30,31 34:1,4,28) and make thee an ark of wood ; Jarchi thinks this was not the ark Bezaleel made, but made after, and is that which went out to battle; and some take it to be a temporary ark, made for the present purpose till that was finished; but Aben Ezra is of opinion it is the same that Bezaleel made: and it may be said to be made by Moses, because he was not only ordered to make it, but it was by his orders and the direction he gave to Bezaleel that it was made; and this seems the more probable, because there the tables remained, ( Deuteronomy 10:5).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-11 - Moses reminded the Israelites of God's great mercy to them notwithstanding their provocations. There were four things in and by which the Lord showed himself reconciled to Israel. God gave them his law. Thus God has intrusted us with Bibles, sabbaths, and sacraments as tokens of his presence and favour. God led them forward towar Canaan. He appointed a standing ministry among them for holy things And now, under the gospel, when the pouring forth of the Spirit is mor plentiful and powerful, the succession is kept up by the Spirit's wor on men's hearts, qualifying and making some willing for that work in every age. God accepted Moses as an advocate or intercessor for them and therefore appointed him to be their prince and leader. Moses was type of Christ, who ever lives, pleading for us, and has all power in heaven and in earth.
Original Hebrew בעת 6256 ההוא 1931 אמר 559 יהוה 3068 אלי 413 פסל 6458 לך שׁני 8147 לוחת 3871 אבנים 68 כראשׁנים 7223 ועלה 5927 אלי 413 ההרה 2022 ועשׂית 6213 לך ארון 727 עץ׃ 6086