SEV Biblia, Chapter 31:1 Â¶ Y fue Moisés, y habló estas palabras a todo Israel,
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. And Moses went and spake these words unto all Israel .] The following words, even to the whole body of the people summoned together on this occasion. It seems that after Moses had made the covenant with them he was directed to, he dismissed the people to their tents, and went to his own, and now returned, having ordered them to meet him again, very probably at the tabernacle; with which agrees the Targum of Jonathan, he “went to the tabernacle of the house of doctrine;” though, according to Aben Ezra, he went to the each tribes separately, as they lay encamped; his words are these, “he went to every tribe and tribe, to acquaint them that he was about to die, and that they might not be afraid, and to strengthen their hearts;” he adds, “in my opinion he then blessed them, though their blessings are afterwards written;” which is not improbable.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-8 - Moses assures Israel of the constant presence of God with them. This i applied by the apostle to all God's spiritual Israel, to encourag their faith and hope; unto us is this gospel preached, as well as unt them; he will never fail thee, nor forsake thee, Heb 13:5. Mose commends Joshua to them for a leader; one whose wisdom, and courage and affection they had long known; one whom God had appointed to be their leader; and therefore would own and bless. Joshua is well please to be admonished by Moses to be strong and of good courage. Those shal speed well, who have God with them; therefore they ought to be of goo courage. Through God let us do valiantly, for through him we shall d victoriously; if we resist the devil, he will flee from us.
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