SEV Biblia, Chapter 30:19 A los cielos y a la tierra llamo por testigos hoy contra vosotros, que os he puesto delante la vida y la muerte, la bendición y la maldición; escoge, pues, la vida, para que vivas tú y tu simiente;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 30:19 Verse 19. See the note on the preceding verse.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 19. I call heaven and earth to record this day against you , etc.] Either, literally understood, the heavens above him, and the earth on which he stood, those inanimate bodies, which are frequently called upon as witnesses to matters of moment and importance; (see Deuteronomy 4:26 32:1 Isaiah 1:2); or figuratively, the inhabitants of both, angels and men: [that] I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing ; had plainly told them in express words what would be the consequence of obedience and disobedience to the law of God; long life, and the blessings of it in the land of Canaan, to those that obey it; death, by various means, and dreadful curses, to those that disobey it; of which see at large ( Deuteronomy 28:16-68); therefore choose life, that thou and thy seed may live ; that is, prefer obedience to the law, and choose to perform that, the consequence of which is life; that they and their posterity might live comfortably and happily, quietly and safely, and constantly, even to the latest ages, in the land of Canaan.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 15-20 - What could be said more moving, and more likely to make deep an lasting impressions? Every man wishes to obtain life and good, and to escape death and evil; he desires happiness, and dreads misery. S great is the compassion of the Lord, that he has favoured men, by his word, with such a knowledge of good and evil as will make them for eve happy, if it be not their own fault. Let us hear the sum of the whol matter. If they and theirs would love God, and serve him, they shoul live and be happy. If they or theirs should turn from God, desert his service, and worship other gods, that would certainly be their ruin There never was, since the fall of man, more than one way to heaven which is marked out in both Testaments, though not with equa clearness. Moses meant that same way of acceptance, which Paul mor plainly described; and Paul's words mean the same obedience, on whic Moses more fully treated. In both Testaments the good and right way i brought near, and plainly revealed to us __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew העדתי 5749 בכם היום 3117 את 853 השׁמים 8064 ואת 853 הארץ 776 החיים 2416 והמות 4194 נתתי 5414 לפניך 6440 הברכה 1293 והקללה 7045 ובחרת 977 בחיים 2416 למען 4616 תחיה 2421 אתה 859 וזרעך׃ 2233