SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:3 Oye, pues, oh Israel, y guarda que los hagas, para que te vaya bien, y seŠis muy multiplicados, (como te ha dicho el SE—OR el Dios de tus padres) en la tierra que destila leche y miel.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 6:3 Verse 3. Hear therefore, O Israel, and observe to do it] Literally, Ye shall hear, O Israel, and thou shalt keep to do them. 1. God is to be heard; no obligation without law to found it on, and no law in religion but from God. 2. The commandment must be understood in order to be obeyed. 3. It must be observed-attentively considered, in order to be understood. And, 4. It must be performed, that the end for which it was given may be accomplished, viz., that GOD may be glorified, and that it may be well with the people. What is here spoken applies powerfully to every part of the moral law; God has given IT as a rule of life, therefore obedience to it is indispensably necessary, not to the purchase of salvation, for no human merit can ever extend to that, but it is the way by which both the justice and mercy of God choose to conduct men to heaven. But let it be fully understood that no man can walk in the way of obedience but by and under the influence of the grace of God.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 3. Hear therefore, O Israel, and observe to do it , etc.] Or them, the commandments given them: that it may be well with thee ; in body and estate: and that ye may increase mightily ; not only in wealth and riches, but chiefly in numbers: as the Lord God of thy fathers hath promised thee ; a promise of increase of numbers was frequently made to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; as that their seed should be as the stars of heaven, and as the dust of the earth, and the sand on the sea shore, innumerable; (see Genesis 15:5 22:17 25:4 28:14) and this especially in the land that floweth with milk and honey ; a very common periphrasis of the land of Canaan, because of the plenty of good things in it; (see Exodus 3:8).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-3 - In this and the like passages, the "commandments" seem to denote the moral law, the "statues" the ceremonial law, and the "judgments" the law by which the judges decided. Moses taught the people all that, an that only, which God commanded him to teach. Thus Christ's minister are to teach his churches all he has commanded, neither more nor less Mt 28:20. The fear of God in the heart will be the most powerfu principle of obedience. It is highly desirable that not we only, but our children, and our children's children, may fear the Lord. Religio and righteousness advance and secure the prosperity of any people.
Original Hebrew ושׁמעת 8085 ישׂראל 3478 ושׁמרת 8104 לעשׂות 6213 אשׁר 834 ייטב 3190 לך† ואשׁר 834 †תרבון 7235 †מאד 3966 †כאשׁר 834 †דבר 1696 †יהוה 3068 †אלהי 430 †אבתיך 1 †לך† ארץ 776 †זבת 2100 †חלב 2461 †ודבשׁ׃ 1706