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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Exodus 15:11


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    King James Bible - Exodus 15:11

    Who is like unto thee, O LORD, among the gods? who is like thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders?

    World English Bible

    Who is like you, Yahweh, among the gods? Who is like you, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders?

    Douay-Rheims - Exodus 15:11

    Who is like to thee, among the strong, O Lord? who is like to thee, glorious in holiness, terrible and praiseworthy, doing wonders?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Who is like to thee, O LORD, among the gods? who is like thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders!

    Original Hebrew

    מי
    4310 כמכה 3644 באלם 410 יהוה 3068 מי 4310 כמכה 3644 נאדר 142 בקדשׁ 6944 נורא 3372 תהלת 8416 עשׂה 6213 פלא׃ 6382

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    De 3:24; 33:26 1Sa 2:2 2Sa 7:22 1Ki 8:23 Ps 35:10; 77:19; 86:8

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:11

    ¿Quin como t, oh SEOR, entre los dioses? ¿Quin como t, magnífico en santidad, terrible en loores, hacedor de maravillas?

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 15:11

    Verse 11. Who is like unto thee, O
    Lord, among the gods?] We have already seen that all the Egyptian gods, or the objects of the Egyptians' idolatry, were confounded, and rendered completely despicable, by the ten plagues, which appear to have been directed principally against them. Here the people of God exult over them afresh: Who among these gods is like unto THEE? They can neither save nor destroy; THOU dost both in the most signal manner.

    As the original words hwhy lab hkmk ym mi chamochah baelim Yehovah are supposed to have constituted the motto on the ensign of the Asmoneans, and to have furnished the name of Maccabeus to Judas, their grand captain, from whom they were afterwards called Maccabeans, it may be necessary to say a few words on this subject It is possible that Judas Maccabeus might have had this motto on his ensign, or at least the initial letters of it, for such a practice was not uncommon. For instance, on the Roman standard the letters S. P. Q. R. stood for Senatus Populus Que Romanus, i.e. the Senate and Roman People, and y b k m M. C. B. I.

    might have stood for Mi Chamochah Baelim Jehovah, "Who among the gods (or strong ones) is like unto thee, O Jehovah!" But it appears from the Greek makkabaiov, and also the Syriac makabi, that the name was written originally with q koph, not k caph. It is most likely, as Michaelis has observed, that the name must have been derived from bqm makkab, a hammer or mallet; hence Judas, because of his bravery and success, might have been denominated the hammer or mallet by which the enemies of God had been beaten, pounded, and broken to pieces. Judas, the hammer of the Lord.

    Glorious in holiness] Infinitely resplendent in this attribute, essential to the perfection of the Divine nature.

    Fearful in praises] Such glorious holiness cannot be approached without the deepest reverence and fear, even by angels, who veil their faces before the majesty of God. How then should man, who is only sin and dust, approach the presence of his Maker! Doing wonders?] Every part of the work of God is wonderful; not only miracles, which imply an inversion or suspension of the laws of nature, but every part of nature itself. Who can conceive how a single blade of grass is formed; or how earth, air, and water become consolidated in the body of the oak? And who can comprehend how the different tribes of plants and animals are preserved, in all the distinctive characteristics of their respective natures? And who can conceive how the human being is formed, nourished, and its different parts developed? What is the true cause of the circulation of the blood? or, how different ailments produce the solids and fluids of the animal machine? What is life, sleep, death? And how an impure and unholy soul is regenerated, purified, refined, and made like unto its great Creator? These are wonders which God alone works, and to himself only are they fully known.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-21 - This song is the most ancient we know of. It is a holy song, to the honour of God, to exalt his name, and celebrate his praise, and his only, not in the least to magnify any man. Holiness to the Lord is in every part of it. It may be considered as typical, and prophetical of the final destruction of the enemies of the church. Happy the people whose God is the Lord. They have work to do, temptations to grappl with, and afflictions to bear, and are weak in themselves; but his grace is their strength. They are often in sorrow, but in him they have comfort; he is their song. Sin, and death, and hell threaten them, but he is, and will be their salvation. The Lord is a God of almight power, and woe to those that strive with their Maker! He is a God of matchless perfection; he is glorious in holiness; his holiness is his glory. His holiness appears in the hatred of sin, and his wrath agains obstinate sinners. It appears in the deliverance of Israel, and his faithfulness to his own promise. He is fearful in praises; that whic is matter of praise to the servants of God, is very dreadful to his enemies. He is doing wonders, things out of the common course of nature; wondrous to those in whose favour they are wrought, who are s unworthy, that they had no reason to expect them. There were wonders of power and wonders of grace; in both, God was to be humbly adored.


    Original Hebrew

    מי 4310 כמכה 3644 באלם 410 יהוה 3068 מי 4310 כמכה 3644 נאדר 142 בקדשׁ 6944 נורא 3372 תהלת 8416 עשׂה 6213 פלא׃ 6382


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