SEV Biblia, Chapter 21:1 Â¶ Y estos son los derechos que les propondrás.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 21:1 Verse 1. Now these are the judgments] There is so much good sense, feeling, humanity, equity, and justice in the following laws, that they cannot but be admired by every intelligent reader; and they are so very plain as to require very little comment. The laws in this chapter are termed political, those in the succeeding chapter judicial, laws; and are supposed to have been delivered to Moses alone, in consequence of the request of the people, chap. xx. 19, that God should communicate his will to Moses, and that Moses should, as mediator, convey it to them.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-11 - The laws in this chapter relate to the fifth and sixth commandments and though they differ from our times and customs, nor are they bindin on us, yet they explain the moral law, and the rules of natura justice. The servant, in the state of servitude, was an emblem of tha state of bondage to sin, Satan, and the law, which man is brought int by robbing God of his glory, by the transgression of his precepts Likewise in being made free, he was an emblem of that liberty wherewit Christ, the Son of God, makes free from bondage his people, who ar free indeed; and made so freely, without money and without price, or free grace.
Original Hebrew ואלה 428 המשׁפטים 4941 אשׁר 834 תשׂים 7760 לפניהם׃ 6440