SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:26 y dijo: Si oyeres atentamente la voz del SEÑOR tu Dios, e hicieres lo recto delante de sus ojos, y dieres oído a sus mandamientos, y guardares todos sus estatutos, ninguna enfermedad, de las que envié a los egipcios, te enviaré a ti; porque yo soy el SEÑOR tu Sanador.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 15:26 Verse 26. If thou wilt diligently hearken] What is contained in this verse appears to be what is intended by the statute and ordinance mentioned in the preceding: If thou wilt diligently hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God, and wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his commandments, and keep all his statutes, I will put none of these diseases upon thee, &c. This statute and ordinance implied the three following particulars: 1. That they should acknowledge Jehovah for their God, and thus avoid all idolatry. 2. That they should receive his word and testimony as a Divine revelation, binding on their hearts and lives, and thus be saved from profligacy of every kind, and from acknowledging the maxims or adopting the customs of the neighbouring nations. 3. That they should continue to do so, and adorn their profession with a holy life.
These things being attended to, then the promise of God was, that they should have none of the diseases of the Egyptians put on them; that they should be kept in a state of health of body and peace of mind; and if at any time they should be afflicted, on application to God the evil should be removed, because he was their healer or physician-I am the Lord that healeth thee. That the Israelites had in general a very good state of health, their history warrants us to believe; and when they were afflicted, as in the case of the fiery serpents, on application to God they were all healed. The Targum of Jonathan ben Uzziel states that the statutes which Moses received at this time were commandments concerning the observance of the Sabbath, duty to parents, the ordinances concerning wounds and bruises, and the penalties which sinners should incur by transgressing them. But it appears that the general ordinances already mentioned are those which are intended here, and this seems to be proved beyond dispute by Jer. vii. 22, 23: "For I spake not unto your fathers, nor commanded them in the day that I brought them out of the land of Egypt, concerning burnt-offerings or sacrifices: but this thing commanded I them, saying, Obey my voice, and I will be your God, and ye shall be my people; walk ye in all the ways that I have commanded you, that it may be well unto you."
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 22-27 - In the wilderness of Shur the Israelites had no water. At Marah the had water, but it was bitter; so that they could not drink it. God can make bitter to us that from which we promise ourselves most, and ofte does so in the wilderness of this world, that our wants, an disappointments in the creature, may drive us to the Creator, in whose favour alone true comfort is to be had. In this distress the people fretted, and quarrelled with Moses. Hypocrites may show hig affections, and appear earnest in religious exercises, but in the tim of temptation they fall away. Even true believers, in seasons of shar trial, will be tempted to fret, distrust, and murmur. But in ever trial we should cast our care upon the Lord, and pour out our heart before him. We shall then find that a submissive will, a peacefu conscience, and the comforts of the Holy Ghost, will render the bitterest trial tolerable, yea, pleasant. Moses did what the people ha neglected to do; he cried unto the Lord. And God provided graciousl for them. He directed Moses to a tree which he cast into the waters when, at once, they were made sweet. Some make this tree typical of the cross of Christ, which sweetens the bitter waters of affliction to all the faithful, and enables them to rejoice in tribulation. But rebellious Israelite shall fare no better than a rebellious Egyptian The threatening is implied only, the promise is expressed. God is the great Physician. If we are kept well, it is he that keeps us; if we ar made well, it is he that recovers us. He is our life and the length of our days. Let us not forget that we are kept from destruction, an delivered from our enemies, to be the Lord's servants. At Elim they ha good water, and enough of it. Though God may, for a time, order his people to encamp by the bitter waters of Marah, that shall not alway be their lot. Let us not faint at tribulations __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 אם 518 שׁמוע 8085 תשׁמע 8085 לקול 6963 יהוה 3068 אלהיך 430 והישׁר 3477 בעיניו 5869 תעשׂה 6213 והאזנת 238 למצותיו 4687 ושׁמרת 8104 כל 3605 חקיו 2706 כל 3605 המחלה 4245 אשׁר 834 שׂמתי 7760 במצרים 4713 לא 3808 אשׂים 7760 עליך 5921 כי 3588 אני 589 יהוה 3068 רפאך׃ 7495