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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Ezekiel 16:4


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    King James Bible - Ezekiel 16:4

    And as for thy nativity, in the day thou wast born thy navel was not cut, neither wast thou washed in water to supple thee; thou wast not salted at all, nor swaddled at all.

    World English Bible

    As for your birth, in the
    day you were born your navel was not cut, neither were you washed in water to cleanse you; you weren't salted at all, nor swaddled at all.

    Douay-Rheims - Ezekiel 16:4

    And when thou wast born, in the
    day of thy nativity thy navel wits not cut, neither wast thou washed with water for thy health, nor salted with salt, nor swaddled with clouts.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And as for thy
    nativity, in the day thou wast born thy navel was not cut, neither wast thou washed in water to supple thee; thou wast not salted at all, nor swaddled at all.

    Original Hebrew

    ומולדותיך
    4138 ביום 3117 הולדת 3205 אתך 853 לא 3808 כרת 3772 שׁרך 8270 ובמים 4325 לא 3808 רחצת 7364 למשׁעי 4935 והמלח 4414 לא 3808 המלחת 4414 והחתל 2853 לא 3808 חתלת׃ 2853

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    VERSE (4) -
    Eze 20:8,13 Ge 15:13 Ex 1:11-14; 2:23,24; 5:16-21 De 5:6; 15:15

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 16:4

    En cuanto a tu nacimiento, el día que naciste no fue cortado tu ombligo, ni fuiste lavada con aguas para ablandarte, ni salada con sal, ni fuiste envuelta con fajas.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezekiel 16:4

    Verse 4. As for thy
    nativity, &c.] This verse refers to what is ordinarily done for every infant on its birth. The umbilical cord, by which it received all its nourishment while in the womb, being no longer necessary, is cut at a certain distance from the abdomen: on this part a knot is tied, which firmly uniting the sides of the tubes, they coalesce, and incarnate together.

    The extra part of the cord on the outside of the ligature, being cut off from the circulation by which it was originally fed, soon drops off, and the part where the ligature was is called the navel. In many places, when this was done, the infant was plunged into cold water; in all cases washed, and sometimes with a mixture of salt and water, in order to give a greater firmness to the skin, and constringe the pores. The last process was swathing the body, to support mechanically the tender muscles till they should acquire sufficient strength to support the body. But among savages this latter process is either wholly neglected, or done very slightly: and the less it is done, the better for the infant; as this kind of unnatural compression greatly impedes the circulation of the blood, the pulsation of the heart, and the due inflation of the lungs; respiration, in many cases, being rendered oppressive by the tightness of these bandages.


    Matthew Henry Commentary
    Jerusalem like an unfruitful vine.

    If a vine be fruitful, it is valuable. But if not fruitful, it is worthless and useless, it is cast into the fire. Thus man is capable of yielding a precious fruit, in living to God; this is the sole end of his existence; and if he fails in this, he is of no use but to be destroyed. What blindness then attaches to those who live in the tota neglect of God and of true religion! This similitude is applied to Jerusalem. Let us beware of an unfruitful profession. Let us come to Christ, and seek to abide in him, and to have his words abide in us __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ומולדותיך 4138 ביום 3117 הולדת 3205 אתך 853 לא 3808 כרת 3772 שׁרך 8270 ובמים 4325 לא 3808 רחצת 7364 למשׁעי 4935 והמלח 4414 לא 3808 המלחת 4414 והחתל 2853 לא 3808 חתלת׃ 2853


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