SEV Biblia, Chapter 9:27 Acuérdate de tus siervos Abraham, Isaac, y Jacob; no mires a la dureza de este pueblo, ni a su impiedad, ni a su pecado;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 9:27 Verse 27. Remember thy servants, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob] As if he had said: "These are their descendants, and the covenant was made with those patriarchs in behalf of these." God bestows many blessings on comparatively worthless persons, either for the sake of their pious ancestors, or on account of the religious people with whom they are connected; therefore union with the Church of God is a blessing of no common magnitude. The reader will find the grand subject of this chapter explained at large in the notes on Exod. xxxi. and xxxii., to which he is particularly desired to refer.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 27. Remember thy servants, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob , etc.] The covenant he had made with them, the promises he had made to them of the multiplication of their seed, and of giving the land of Canaan to them; which is a third argument used with the Lord not to destroy them: look not unto the stubbornness of this people, nor to their wickedness, nor to their sin ; nor to the natural temper and disposition of the people, which was to be stubborn, obstinate, stiffnecked, and self-willed; nor to their wickedness, which appears in various instances; nor to that particular sin of idolatry they had now been guilty, of; tacitly owning that if God looked to these things, there was sufficient reason to destroy them.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 7-29 - That the Israelites might have no pretence to think that God brough them to Canaan for their righteousness, Moses shows what a miracle of mercy it was, that they had not been destroyed in the wilderness. It is good for us often to remember against ourselves, with sorrow and shame our former sins; that we may see how much we are indebted to fre grace, and may humbly own that we never merited any thing but wrath an the curse at God's hand. For so strong is our propensity to pride, tha it will creep in under one pretence or another. We are ready to fanc that our righteousness has got for us the special favour of the Lord though in reality our wickedness is more plain than our weakness. But when the secret history of every man's life shall be brought forth a the day of judgment, all the world will be proved guilty before God. A present, One pleads for us before the mercy-seat, who not only fasted but died upon the cross for our sins; through whom we may approach though self-condemned sinners, and beseech for undeserved mercy and for eternal life, as the gift of God in Him. Let us refer all the victory all the glory, and all the praise, to Him who alone bringeth salvation __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew זכר 2142 לעבדיך 5650 לאברהם 85 ליצחק 3327 וליעקב 3290 אל 408 תפן 6437 אל 413 קשׁי 7190 העם 5971 הזה 2088 ואל 413 רשׁעו 7562 ואל 413 חטאתו׃ 2403