SEV Biblia, Chapter 28:54 El hombre tierno en ti, y el muy delicado, su ojo será maligno para con su hermano, y para con la mujer de su seno, y para con el resto de sus hijos que le quedaren;
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 54. [So that] the man [that is] tender among you, and very delicate , etc.] Not only the rustic that has been brought up meanly, and used to hard living; but one that has been bred very tenderly, and lived in a delicate manner, like the rich man in ( Luke 16:19); that fared sumptuously every day: his eye shall be evil towards his brother, and towards the wife of his bosom, and towards the remnant of his children which he shall leave ; that is, he shall begrudge his brother, who is so nearly related to him, the least bit of food; yea, his wife, he dearly loved, and is one flesh with him, his other self, and even his children, which are parts of himself, such of them as were left not eaten by him; or his eye should be evil upon then, he should look with an evil eye on them, determining within himself to kill and eat them next. Though the particular instance in which his eye would be evil to them follows, yet no doubt there are other instances in which his eye would be evil towards them, as there were at the siege of Jerusalem, and have been since. Josephus says, “that in every house where there was any appearance of food (or anything that looked like it, that had the shadow of it) there was a battle; and the dearest friends fought with one another, snatching away from each other, the miserable supports of life;” as the husband from his wife and children, and the wife from her husband and children; see more in ( Deuteronomy 28:56); and, in later times, we told by the Jewish historian f516 , that wrote an account of their sufferings and distresses since their dispersion, that at Fez the Jews sold their children for slaves for bread.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 45-68 - If God inflicts vengeance, what miseries his curse can bring upo mankind, even in this present world! Yet these are but the beginning of sorrows to those under the curse of God. What then will be the miser of that world where their worm dieth not, and their fire is no quenched! Observe what is here said of the wrath of God, which shoul come and remain upon the Israelites for their sins. It is amazing to think that a people so long the favourites of Heaven, should be so cas off; and yet that a people so scattered in all nations should be kep distinct, and not mixed with others. If they would not serve God with cheerfulness, they should be compelled to serve their enemies. We ma justly expect from God, that if we do not fear his fearful name, we shall feel his fearful plagues; for one way or other God will be feared. The destruction threatened is described. They have, indeed been plucked from off the land, ver. #(63). Not only by the Babylonis captivity, and when Jerusalem was destroyed by the Romans; but afterwards, when they were forbidden to set foot in Jerusalem. The should have no rest; no rest of body, ver. 65, but be continually of the remove, either in hope of gain, or fear of persecution. No rest of the mind, which is much worse. They have been banished from city to city, from country to country; recalled, and banished again. Thes events, compared with the favour shown to Israel in ancient times, an with the prophecies about them, should not only excite astonishment but turn unto us for a testimony, assuring us of the truth of Scripture. And when the other prophecies of their conversion to Chris shall come to pass, the whole will be a sign and a wonder to all the nations of the earth, and the forerunner of a general spread of tru christianity. The fulfilling of these prophecies upon the Jewis nation, delivered more than three thousand years ago, shows that Mose spake by the Spirit of God; who not only foresees the ruin of sinners but warns of it, that they may prevent it by a true and timel repentance, or else be left without excuse. And let us be thankful tha Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, by being made curse for us, and bearing in his own person all that punishment whic our sins merit, and which we must otherwise have endured for ever. To this Refuge and salvation let sinners flee; therein let believer rejoice, and serve their reconciled God with gladness of heart, for the abundance of his spiritual blessings __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew האישׁ 376 הרך 7390 בך והענג 6028 מאד 3966 תרע 7489 עינו 5869 באחיו 251 ובאשׁת 802 חיקו 2436 וביתר 3499 בניו 1121 אשׁר 834 יותיר׃ 3498