SEV Biblia, Chapter 30:1 Â¶ Y será que , cuando te vinieren todas estas cosas, la bendición y la maldición que he puesto delante de ti, y volvieres a tu corazón en medio de todos los gentiles a las cuales el SEÑOR tu Dios te echare,
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 30:1 Verse 1. When all these things are come upon thee, the blessing and the curse] So fully did God foresee the bad use these people would make of their free agency in resisting the Holy Ghost, that he speaks of their sin and punishment as certain; yet, at the same time, shows how they might turn to himself and live, even while he was pouring out his indignation upon them because of their transgressions.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. And it shall come to pass, when all these things are come upon thee , etc.] Declared, pronounced, foretold, and prophesied of in the three preceding chapters, especially in ( Deuteronomy 28:1-68); the blessing and the curse which I have set before thee ; the blessings promised to those that pay a regard to the will of God and obey his voice, and curses threatened to the (see Deuteronomy 28:1-20); and thou shall call [them] to mind among all the nations whither the Lord thy God hath driven thee ; recollect the promises and the threatenings, and observe the exact accomplishment of them in their captivities, and especially in this their last and present captivity.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-10 - In this chapter is a plain intimation of the mercy God has in store for Israel in the latter days. This passage refers to the propheti warnings of the last two chapters, which have been mainly fulfilled in the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans, and in their dispersion to the present day; and there can be no doubt that the prophetic promis contained in these verses yet remain to come to pass. The Jewish natio shall in some future period, perhaps not very distant, be converted to the faith of Christ; and, many think, again settled in the land of Canaan. The language here used is in a great measure absolute promises not merely a conditional engagement, but declaring an event assuredl to take place. For the Lord himself here engages to "circumcise their hearts;" and when regenerating grace has removed corrupt nature, an Divine love has supplanted the love of sin, they certainly wil reflect, repent, return to God, and obey him; and he will rejoice in doing them good. The change that will be wrought upon them will not be only outward, or consisting in mere opinions; it will reach to their souls. It will produce in them an utter hatred of all sin, and fervent love to God, as their reconciled God in Christ Jesus; they wil love him with all their hearts, and with all their soul. They are very far from this state of mind at present, but so were the murderers of the Lord Jesus, on the day of Pentecost; who yet in one hour wer converted unto God. So shall it be in the day of God's power; a natio shall be born in a day; the Lord will hasten it in his time. As conditional promise this passage belongs to all persons and all people not to Israel only; it assures us that the greatest sinners, if the repent and are converted, shall have their sins pardoned, and be restored to God's favour.
Original Hebrew והיה 1961 כי 3588 יבאו 935 עליך 5921 כל 3605 הדברים 1697 האלה 428 הברכה 1293 והקללה 7045 אשׁר 834 נתתי 5414 לפניך 6440 והשׁבת 7725 אל 413 לבבך 3824 בכל 3605 הגוים 1471 אשׁר 834 הדיחך 5080 יהוה 3068 אלהיך 430 שׁמה׃ 8033