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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Ecclesiastes 9:6


    CHAPTERS: Ecclesiastes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12     
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    King James Bible - Ecclesiastes 9:6

    Also their love, and their hatred, and their envy, is now perished; neither have they any more a portion for ever in any thing that is done under the sun.

    World English Bible

    Also their love, their hatred, and their envy has perished
    long ago; neither have they any more a portion forever in anything that is done under the sun.

    Douay-Rheims - Ecclesiastes 9:6

    Their love also, and their hatred, and their envy are all perished, neither have they any part in this world, and in the
    work that is done under the sun.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Also their love, and their hatred, and their envy, hath now perished; neither have they any more a portion for ever in any thing that is done under the
    sun.

    Original Hebrew

    Basic
    ,serif" size=5> גם 1571 אהבתם 160 גם 1571 שׂנאתם 8135 גם 1571 קנאתם 7068 כבר 3528 אבדה 6  וחלק 2506 אין 369 להם 1992 עוד 5750 לעולם 5769 בכל 3605 אשׁר 834 נעשׂה 6213 תחת 8478 השׁמשׁ׃ 8121

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    VERSE (6) -
    Ex 1:8 Job 3:17,18 Ps 146:3,4 Pr 10:28 Mt 2:20

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 9:6

    Aun su amor, y su odio y su envidia, fenecieron ya; ni tienen ya más parte en el siglo, en todo lo que se hace debajo del sol.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ecclesiastes 9:6

    Verse 6. Also their
    love, and their hatred - It is evident that he speaks here of the ignorance, want of power, &c., of the dead, in reference only to this life. And though they have no more a portion under the sun, yet he does not intimate that they have none anywhere else. A man threatens to conquer kingdoms, &c. He dies; what are his threats?

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 6. Also their
    love, and their hatred, and their envy, is now perished , etc.] Not that the separate spirits of the dead are without their affections, or these unexercised; the spirits of just men made perfect will love God and Christ, and angels, and good men, and all that is good, more intensely; love will continue after this life, and be in its height, and therefore said to be the greatest grace, ( 1 Corinthians 13:13); they will hate sin, Satan, and all the enemies of Christ, and be filled with zeal for his glory; so the word f220 for envy may be rendered; (see Revelation 6:9,10); and the spirits of the wicked dead will still continue to love sin, and hate the Lord, and envy the happiness of the saints; and will rise again with the same spite and malice against them; (see Ezekiel 32:27 Revelation 20:8,9); but this respects persons and things in this world; they no more love persons and things here, nor are loved by any; death parts the best friends, and the most endearing and loving relations, and puts an end to all their mutual friendship and affection; they hate their enemies no more, nor are hated by them; they no more envy the prosperity of others, nor are envied by others; all such kind of love and hatred, enmity and envy, active or passive, cease at death; out of the world, as the Targum adds; neither have they any more a portion for ever in any [thing] that is under the sun : the worldly man’s portion is only in this life, and when he dies, he carries nothing of it with him; whose ever his possessions will be at death, they are no more his, nor will he ever return to enjoy them any more; his houses, his lands, his estates, his gold and silver, and whatever of worth and value he had, he has no more lot and part in them: but the good man has a portion above the sun; God is his portion, heaven is his inheritance for ever and ever. The Targum understands it of the wicked; “and they have no good part with the righteous in the world to come; and they have no profit of all that is done in this world under the sun.”

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Good and bad
    men fare alike as to this world. (Eccl. 9:1-3) All me must die, Their portion as to this life. (Eccl. 9:4-10) Disappointment common. (Eccl. 9:11,12) Benefits of wisdom. (Eccl. 9:13-18)

    Eccl. 9:1-3 We are not to think our searching into the word or works of God useless, because we cannot explain all difficulties. We may lear many things good for ourselves and useful to others. But man cannot always decide who are objects of God's special love, or under his wrath; and God will certainly put a difference between the precious an the vile, in the other world. The difference as to present happiness arises from the inward supports and consolations the righteous enjoy and the benefit they derive from varied trials and mercies. As far a the sons of men are left to themselves, their hearts are full of evil and prosperity in sin, causes them even to set God at defiance by daring wickedness. Though, on this side death, the righteous and the wicked may often seem to fare alike, on the other side there will be vast difference between them.

    Eccl. 9:4-10 The most despicable living man's state, is preferable to that of the most noble who have died impenitent. Solomon exhorts the wise and pious to cheerful confidence in God, whatever their conditio in life. The meanest morsel, coming from their Father's love, in answe to prayer, will have a peculiar relish. Not that we may set our heart upon the delights of sense, but what God has given us we may use with wisdom. The joy here described, is the gladness of heart that spring from a sense of the Divine favour. This is the world of service, tha to come is the world of recompence. All in their stations, may fin some work to do. And above all, sinners have the salvation of their souls to seek after, believers have to prove their faith, adorn the gospel, glorify God, and serve their generation.

    Eccl. 9:11,12 Men's success seldom equals their expectations. We mus use means, but not trust to them: if we succeed, we must give God the praise; if crossed, we must submit to his will. Those who put off the great concerns of their souls, are caught in Satan's net, which he baits with some worldly object, for which they reject or neglect the gospel, and go on in sin till they suddenly fall into destruction.

    Eccl. 9:13-18 A man may, by his wisdom, bring to pass that which he could never do by his strength. If God be for us, who can be agains us, or stand before us? Solomon observes the power of wisdom, though it may labour under outward disadvantages. How forcible are right words But wise and good men must often content themselves with the satisfaction of having done good, or, at least, endeavoured to do it when they cannot do the good they would, nor have the praise the should. How many of the good gifts, both of nature and Providence, doe one sinner destroy and make waste! He who destroys his own sou destroys much good. One sinner may draw many into his destroying ways See who are the friends and enemies of a kingdom or a family, if on saint does much good, and one sinner destroys much good __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    Basic,serif" size=5> גם 1571 אהבתם 160 גם 1571 שׂנאתם 8135 גם 1571 קנאתם 7068 כבר 3528 אבדה 6  וחלק 2506 אין 369 להם 1992 עוד 5750 לעולם 5769 בכל 3605 אשׁר 834 נעשׂה 6213 תחת 8478 השׁמשׁ׃ 8121


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