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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Deuteronomy 32:28


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    King James Bible - Deuteronomy 32:28

    For they are a nation void of counsel, neither is there any understanding in them.

    World English Bible

    For they are a nation void of counsel. There is no understanding in them.

    Douay-Rheims - Deuteronomy 32:28

    They are a nation without counsel, and without wisdom.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    For they are a nation void of counsel, neither is there any understanding in them.

    Original Hebrew

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    VERSE (28) -
    :6 Job 28:28 Ps 81:12 Pr 1:7 Isa 27:11; 29:14 Jer 4:22; 8:9

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 32:28

    Porque son nación privada de consejos, y no hay en ellos entendimiento.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 28. For they [are] a
    nation void of counsel , etc.] This is said not of the Jews, whose character is given, ( Deuteronomy 32:6); and instances of their ingratitude, folly, and want of counsel and understanding, have been already mentioned, and punishment for the same inflicted on them, according to this prophetic song; so that the prophecy respecting them is issued, and another people are taken notice of, even their enemies, of whom the Jewish writers in general interpret these words, and what follows; and was true of the Gentiles, both of the Pagan sort of them, who took too much to themselves, and ascribed the destruction of the Jews, and their conquest of them, to themselves, and their idols; and of false Christians among them, when the Roman empire became Christian, such as expressed themselves in the language of the latter part ( Deuteronomy 32:27), “our hand is high”, etc. which plainly showed them to be a people devoid of the true knowledge of the Scriptures, they should have made the men of their counsel, and have consulted; and of the Gospel of Christ, which is the counsel of God, as the Arians, Pelagians, etc. must be, or they would never imbibe and advance tenets so diametrically opposite thereunto: neither [is there any] understanding is them ; of divine and spiritual things, of the Scriptures, and the doctrines of them; of the person of Christ, and his divine perfections, or they would never deny his deity; of the righteousness of God, of that which is required in the law, and revealed in the Gospel, or they would never set up a righteousness of their own for justification; and of themselves, their unrighteousness, impurity, and impotence to that which is good; or they would never so strongly assert the purity of human nature, and the power of man’s freewill: God foreseeing all the folly, and want of counsel and understanding in the Gentile world, under different characters, preserved a remnant of the Jews as a standing admonition to them.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 26-38 - The
    idolatry and rebellions of Israel deserved, and the justice of God seemed to demand, that they should be rooted out. But He spared Israel and continues them still to be living witnesses of the truth of the Bible, and to silence unbelievers. They are preserved for wise and holy purposes and the prophecies give us some idea what those purposes are The Lord will never disgrace the throne of his glory. It is grea wisdom, and will help much to the return of sinners to God, seriousl to consider their latter end, or the future state. It is here mean particularly of what God foretold by Moses, about this people in the latter days; but it may be applied generally. Oh that men woul consider the happiness they will lose, and the misery they wil certainly plunge into, if they go on in their trespasses! What will be in the end thereof? Jer 5:31. For the Lord will in due time bring dow the enemies of the church, in displeasure against their wickedness When sinners deem themselves most secure, they suddenly fall int destruction. And God's time to appear for the deliverance of his people, is when things are at the worst with them. But those who trus to any rock but God, will find it fail them when they most need it. The rejection of the Messiah by the Jewish nation, is the continuance of their ancient idolatry, apostacy, and rebellion. They shall be brough to humble themselves before the Lord, to repent of their sins, and to trust in their long-rejected Mediator for salvation. Then he wil deliver them, and make their prosperity great.


    Original Hebrew

    Basic,serif" size=5> כי 3588 גוי 1471 אבד 6  עצות 6098  המה 1992  ואין 369  בהם  תבונה׃ 8394  


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