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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Exodus 21:6


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    King James Bible - Exodus 21:6

    Then his master shall bring him unto the judges; he shall also bring him to the door, or unto the door post; and his master shall bore his ear through with an aul; and he shall serve him for ever.

    World English Bible

    then his master shall bring him to God, and shall bring him to the
    door or to the doorpost, and his master shall bore his ear through with an awl, and he shall serve him for ever.

    Douay-Rheims - Exodus 21:6

    His master shall bring him to the gods, and he shall be set to the
    door and the posts, and he shall bore his ear through with an awl: and he shall be his servant for ever.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Then his master shall bring him to the judges; he shall also bring him to the
    door, or to the door-post: and his master shall bore his ear through with an awl; and he shall serve him for ever.

    Original Hebrew

    והגישׁו
    5066 אדניו 113 אל 413 האלהים 430 והגישׁו 5066 אל 413 הדלת 1817 או 176 אל 413 המזוזה 4201 ורצע 7527 אדניו 113 את 853 אזנו 241 במרצע 4836 ועבדו 5647 לעלם׃ 5769

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    VERSE (6) -
    :22; 12:12; 18:21-26; 22:8,9,28 Nu 25:5-8 De 1:16; 16:18

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 21:6

    Entonces su amo lo hará llegar a los jueces, y le hará llegar a la puerta o al poste; y su amo le horadará la oreja con lezna, y será su siervo para siempre.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 21:6

    Verse 6. Shall bring him unto the judges] µyhlah la el haelohim, literally, to
    God; or, as the Septuagint have it, prov to krithrion qeou, to the judgment of God; who condescended to dwell among his people; who determined all their differences till he had given them laws for all cases, and who, by his omniscience, brought to light the hidden things of dishonesty. See chap. xxii. 8.

    Bore his ear through with an awl] This was a ceremony sufficiently significant, as it implied, 1. That he was closely attached to that house and family. 2. That he was bound to hear all his master's orders, and to obey them punctually. Boring of the ear was an ancient custom in the east. It is referred to by Juvenal: - Prior, inquit, ego adsum.

    Cur timeam, dubitemve locum defendere? Quamvis Natus ad Euphraten, MOLLES quod in AURE FENESTRAE Arguerint, licet ipse negem.Sat. i. 102.

    "First come, first served, he cries; and I, in spite Of your great lordships, will maintain my right: Though born a slave, though my torn EARS are BORED, 'Tis not the birth, 'tis money makes the lord." DRYDEN.

    Calmet quotes a saying from Petronius as attesting the same thing; and one from Cicero, in which he rallies a Libyan who pretended he did not hear him: "It is not," said he, "because your ears are not sufficiently bored;" alluding to his having been a slave.


    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

    והגישׁו 5066 אדניו 113 אל 413 האלהים 430 והגישׁו 5066 אל 413 הדלת 1817 או 176 אל 413 המזוזה 4201 ורצע 7527 אדניו 113 את 853 אזנו 241 במרצע 4836 ועבדו 5647 לעלם׃ 5769


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