SEV Biblia, Chapter 19:20 Y descendió el SEÑOR sobre el monte de Sinaí, sobre la cumbre del monte; y llamó el SEÑOR a Moisés a la cumbre del monte, y Moisés subió.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 19:20 Verse 20. The Lord came down] This was undoubtedly done in a visible manner, that the people might witness the awful appearance. We may suppose that every thing was arranged thus: the glory of the Lord occupied the top of the mountain, and near to this Moses was permitted to approach. Aaron and the seventy elders were permitted to advance some way up the mountain, while the people were only permitted to come up to its base. Moses, as the lawgiver, was to receive the statutes and judgments from God's mouth; Aaron and the elders were to receive them from Moses, and deliver them to the people; and the people were to act according to the direction received. Nothing can be imagined more glorious, terrible, majestic, and impressive, than the whole of this transaction; but it was chiefly calculated to impress deep reverence, religious fear, and sacred awe; and he who attempts to worship God uninfluenced by these, has neither a proper sense of the Divine majesty, nor of the sinfulness of sin.
It seems in reference to this that the apostle says, Let us have grace whereby we may serve God acceptably with REVERENCE and GODLY FEAR: for our God is a CONSUMING FIRE; Heb. xii. 28, 29. Who then shall dare to approach him in his own name and without a mediator?
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 16-25 - Never was there such a sermon preached, before or since, as this whic was preached to the church in the wilderness. It might be supposed tha the terrors would have checked presumption and curiosity in the people but the hard heart of an unawakened sinner can trifle with the mos terrible threatenings and judgments. In drawing near to God, we mus never forget his holiness and greatness, nor our own meanness an pollution. We cannot stand in judgment before him according to his righteous law. The convinced transgressor asks, What must I do to be saved? and he hears the voice, Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, an thou shalt be saved. The Holy Ghost, who made the law to convince of sin, now takes of the things of Christ, and shows them to us. In the gospel we read, Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law being made a curse for us. We have redemption through his blood, eve the forgiveness of sins. Through him we are justified from all things from which we could not be justified by the law of Moses. But the Divine law is binding as a rule of life. The Son of God came down from heaven, and suffered poverty, shame, agony, and death, not only to redeem us from its curse, but to bind us more closely to keep it commands __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew וירד 3381 יהוה 3068 על 5921 הר 2022 סיני 5514 אל 413 ראשׁ 7218 ההר 2022 ויקרא 7121 יהוה 3068 למשׁה 4872 אל 413 ראשׁ 7218 ההר 2022 ויעל 5927 משׁה׃ 4872