SEV Biblia, Chapter 32:14 Entonces el SEŅOR se arrepintiķ del mal que dijo que había de hacer a su pueblo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 32:14 Verse 14. And the Lord repented of the evil] This is spoken merely after the manner of men who, having formed a purpose, permit themselves to be diverted from it by strong and forcible reasons, and so change their minds relative to their former intentions.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 7-14 - God says to Moses, that the Israelites had corrupted themselves. Sin is the corruption of the sinner, and it is a self-corruption; every man i tempted when he is drawn aside of his own lust. They had turned asid out of the way. Sin is a departing from the way of duty into a by-path They soon forgot God's works. He sees what they cannot discover, nor i any wickedness of the world hid from him. We could not bear to see the thousandth part of that evil which God sees every day. God expresse the greatness of his just displeasure, after the manner of men wh would have prayer of Moses could save them from ruin; thus he was type of Christ, by whose mediation alone, God would reconcile the worl to himself. Moses pleads God's glory. The glorifying God's name, as it ought to be our first petition, and it is so in the Lord's prayer, s it ought to be our great plea. And God's promises are to be our plea in prayer; for what he has promised he is able to perform. See the power of prayer. In answer to the prayers of Moses, God showed his purpose of sparing the people, as he had before seemed determined of their destruction; which change of the outward discovery of his purpose, is called repenting of the evil.
Original Hebrew וינחם 5162 יהוה 3068 על 5921 הרעה 7451 אשׁר 834 דבר 1696 לעשׂות 6213 לעמו׃ 5971