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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Deuteronomy 28:34


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    King James Bible - Deuteronomy 28:34

    So that thou shalt be mad for the sight of thine eyes which thou shalt see.

    World English Bible

    so that you shall be mad for the sight of your
    eyes which you shall see.

    Douay-Rheims - Deuteronomy 28:34

    And be astonished at the terror of those things which thy
    eyes shall see:

    Webster's Bible Translation

    So that thou shalt be mad for the sight of thy
    eyes which thou shalt see.

    Original Hebrew

    והיית
    1961 משׁגע 7696 ממראה 4758 עיניך 5869 אשׁר 834 תראה׃ 7200

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    VERSE (34) -
    :28,68 Isa 33:14 Jer 25:15,16 Re 16:10,11

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 28:34

    Y enloquecerás a causa de lo que verás con tus ojos.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 34. So that thou shalt be
    mad, for the sight of thine eyes that thou shall see .] On account of the shocking things seen by them, their dreadful calamities, oppressions, and persecutions, such as before related; not only violent diseases on their bodies, which were grievous to behold, as well as their pains were intolerable, and made them mad; but to be deprived of a betrothed wife, a newly built house, and a newly planted vineyard; to have an ox slain, and an ass taken away by their enemies, and their sheep given to them before their eyes; to have their sons and daughters taken from them, and brought up in another religion, and to be stripped of their substance; these have made them stark mad, insomuch that they have sometimes destroyed themselves and their families. In Germany, in their rage and madness, they burnt a city and themselves in it; and, in the same country, being summoned by an edict to change their religion, or to be burnt, they agreed to meet together in a certain house, and destroy one another; and first parents killed their children, and husbands their wives, and then killed themselves; leaving only one person to be their doorkeeper, who finished the tragedy by destroying himself, as their own historian relates f501 . Other stories of the like kind are reported of them, and some such facts as done in our own nation f502 .

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 15-44 - If we do not keep
    God's commandments, we not only come short of the blessing promised, but we lay ourselves under the curse, which include all misery, as the blessing all happiness. Observe the justice of thi curse. It is not a curse causeless, or for some light cause. The exten and power of this curse. Wherever the sinner goes, the curse of God follows; wherever he is, it rests upon him. Whatever he has is under curse. All his enjoyments are made bitter; he cannot take any tru comfort in them, for the wrath of God mixes itself with them. Man judgments are here stated, which would be the fruits of the curse, an with which God would punish the people of the Jews, for their apostac and disobedience. We may observe the fulfilling of these threatening in their present state. To complete their misery, it is threatened tha by these troubles they should be bereaved of all comfort and hope, an left to utter despair. Those who walk by sight, and not by faith, ar in danger of losing reason itself, when every thing about them look frightful.


    Original Hebrew

    והיית 1961 משׁגע 7696 ממראה 4758 עיניך 5869 אשׁר 834 תראה׃ 7200


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