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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Ezekiel 18:7


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    King James Bible - Ezekiel 18:7

    And hath not oppressed any, but hath restored to the debtor his pledge, hath spoiled none by violence, hath given his bread to the hungry, and hath covered the naked with a garment;

    World English Bible

    and has not wronged any, but has restored to the debtor his pledge, has taken nothing by robbery, has given his
    bread to the hungry, and has covered the naked with a garment;

    Douay-Rheims - Ezekiel 18:7

    And hath not wronged any man: but hath restored the pledge to the debtor, hath taken nothing away by violence: hath given his
    bread to the hungry, and hath covered the naked with a garment:

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And hath not oppressed any, but hath restored to the debtor his pledge, hath stripped none by violence, hath given his
    bread to the hungry, and hath covered the naked with a garment:

    Original Hebrew

    ואישׁ
    376 לא 3808 יונה 3238 חבלתו 2258 חוב 2326 ישׁיב 7725 גזלה 1500 לא 3808 יגזל 1497 לחמו 3899 לרעב 7457 יתן 5414 ועירם 5903 יכסה 3680 בגד׃ 899

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    VERSE (7) -
    :12,16,18; 22:12,13,27-29 Ex 22:21-24; 23:9 Le 19:15; 25:14

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 18:7

    ni oprimiere a ninguno; al deudor tornare su prenda, no cometiere robo, diere de su pan al hambriento, y cubriere al desnudo con vestido,

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezekiel 18:7

    Verse 7. 5. Hath not
    oppressed any] Has not used his power or influence to oppress, pain, or injure another.

    6. Hath restored to the debtor his pledge] Has carefully surrendered the pawn or pledge when its owner came to redeem it. As the pledge is generally of more worth than that for which it is pledged, an unprincipled man will make some pretense to keep it; which is highly abominable in the sight of God.

    7. Hath spoiled none by violence] Either by robbery or personal insult.

    For a man may be spoiled both ways.

    8. Hath given his bread to the hungry] Has been kind-hearted and charitable; especially to them that are in the deepest want.

    9. Hath covered the naked with a garment] Has divided both his bread and his clothing with the necessitous. These are two branches of the same root.


    Matthew Henry Commentary
    God has no respect of persons. (Ezek. 18:1-20) The Divine providence is vindicated. (Ezek. 18:21-29) A gracious invitation to repentance (Ezek. 18:30-32)

    Ezek. 18:1-20 The soul that sinneth it shall die. As to eternity, ever man was, is, and will be dealt with, as his conduct shows him to have been under the old covenant of works, or the new covenant of grace Whatever outward sufferings come upon men through the sins of others they deserve for their own sins all they suffer; and the Lord overrule every event for the eternal good of believers. All souls are in the hand of the great Creator: he will deal with them in justice or mercy nor will any perish for the sins of another, who is not in some sens worthy of death for his own. We all have sinned, and our souls must be lost, if God deal with us according to his holy law; but we are invite to come to Christ. If a man who had shown his faith by his works, had wicked son, whose character and conduct were the reverse of his parent's, could it be expected he should escape the Divine vengeance of account of his father's piety? Surely not. And should a wicked man have a son who walked before God as righteous, this man would not perish for his father's sins. If the son was not free from evils in this life still he should be partaker of salvation. The question here is no about the meritorious ground of justification, but about the Lord' dealings with the righteous and the wicked.

    Ezek. 18:21-29 The wicked man would be saved, if he turned from his evil ways. The true penitent is a true believer. None of his forme transgressions shall be mentioned unto him, but in the righteousnes which he has done, as the fruit of faith and the effect of conversion he shall surely live. The question is not whether the truly righteou ever become apostates. It is certain that many who for a time wer thought to be righteous, do so, while Ezek. 18:26,27 speaks the fulnes of pardoning mercy: when sin is forgiven, it is blotted out, it is remembered no more. In their righteousness they shall live; not for their righteousness, as if that were an atonement for their sins, but in their righteousness, which is one of the blessings purchased by the Mediator. What encouragement a repenting, returning sinner has to hop for pardon and life according to this promise! In verse 28 is the beginning and progress of repentance. True believers watch and pray and continue to the end, and they are saved. In all our disputes with God, he is in the right, and we are in the wrong.

    Ezek. 18:30-32 The Lord will judge each of the Israelites according to his ways. On this is grounded an exhortation to repent, and to make them a new heart and a new spirit. God does not command what cannot be done, but admonishes us to do what is in our power, and to pray for what is not. Ordinances and means are appointed, directions an promises are given, that those who desire this change may seek it from God __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ואישׁ 376 לא 3808 יונה 3238 חבלתו 2258 חוב 2326 ישׁיב 7725 גזלה 1500 לא 3808 יגזל 1497 לחמו 3899 לרעב 7457 יתן 5414 ועירם 5903 יכסה 3680 בגד׃ 899


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