SEV Biblia, Chapter 28:36 El SEÑOR llevará a ti, y a tu rey que hubieres puesto sobre ti, a gente que no conociste tú ni tus padres; y allá servirás a dioses ajenos, al palo y a la piedra.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 28:36 Verse 36. - 45. Can any thing be conceived more dreadful than the calamities threatened in these verses?
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 36. And the Lord shall bring thee, and thy king which thou shall set over thee , etc.] This was fulfilled both in Jehoiachin and in Zedekiah, kings of Judah, who were carried captive to Babylon, by Nebuchadnezzar, ( Kings 24:15 25:6,7); unto a nation which neither thou nor thy fathers have known ; the land of Babylon, which was at a distance from them, and is represented in Scripture as afar off, ( Jeremiah 5:15); and which the Jews, not being a trading people, or dealing in merchandise in foreign parts, were unacquainted with: and there shall thou serve other gods, wood and stone ; which they were obliged to do in Babylon, of which it seems best to understand it; for though it may be interpreted of their compliance with the image worship of the Papists in their present condition, as the former clause may be of their rulers and governors, included in the name of king, carried captive by the Romans; who were a nation as little, if not less known than the Babylonians: but the former sense seems to suit best here, as this does with ( Deuteronomy 28:64); where the language is somewhat different, and very appropriate. The Targum of Jonathan is, “shall pay tribute to those that worship idols of wood and stone.”
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 יולך 1980 יהוה 3068 אתך 853 ואת 853 מלכך 4428 אשׁר 834 תקים 6965 עליך 5921 אל 413 גוי 1471 אשׁר 834 לא 3808 ידעת 3045 אתה 859 ואבתיך 1 ועבדת 5647 שׁם 8033 אלהים 430 אחרים 312 עץ 6086 ואבן׃ 68