SEV Biblia, Chapter 39:12 Y la Casa de Israel los estará enterrando por siete meses, para limpiar la tierra;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezekiel 39:12 Verse 12. And seven months] It shall require a long time to bury the dead. This is another figurative expression; which, however, may admit of a good deal of literal meaning. Many of the Syrian soldiers had secreted themselves in different places during the pursuit after the battle, where they died of their wounds, of hunger, and of fatigue; so that they were not all found and buried till seven months after the defeat of the Syrian army.
This slow process of burying is distinctly related in the three following verses, and extended even to a bone, ver. 15; which, when it was found by a passenger, the place was marked, that the buriers might see and inter it.
Seven months was little time enough for all this work; and in that country putrescency does not easily take place: the scorching winds serving to desiccate the flesh, and preserve it from decomposition.
Matthew Henry Commentary
The destruction of Gog. (Ezek. 39:1-10) Its extent. (Ezek. 39:11-22 Israel again favoured. (Ezek. 39:23-29)
Ezek. 39:1-10 The Lord will make the most careless and hardene transgressors know his holy name, either by his righteous anger, or by the riches of his mercy and grace. The weapons formed against Zio shall not prosper. Though this prophecy is to be fulfilled in the latter days, it is certain. From the language used, it seems that the army of Gog will be destroyed by miracle.
Ezek. 39:11-22 How numerous the enemies which God destroyed for the defence of his people Israel! Times of great deliverances should be times of reformation. Every one should help the utmost he can, towar cleansing the land from reproach. Sin is an enemy every man shoul strive against. Those engaged in public work, especially of cleansin and reforming a land, ought to be men who will go through with what they undertake, who will be always employed. When good work is to be done, every one should further it. Having received special favours from God, let us cleanse ourselves from all evil. It is a work which wil require persevering diligence, that search may be made into the secre recesses of sin. The judgments of the Lord, brought upon sin an sinners, are a sacrifice to the justice of God, and a feast to the faith and hope of God's people. See how evil pursues sinners, eve after death. After all that ambitious and covetous men do and look for "a place of graves" is all the Lord gives them on earth, while their guilty souls are doomed to misery in another world.
Ezek. 39:23-29 When the Lord shall have mercy on the whole house of Israel, by converting them to Christianity, and when they shall have borne the shame of being cast off for their sins, then the nation shall learn to know, worship, and serve him. Then Israel also shal know the Lord, as revealed in and by Christ. Past events do not answe to these predictions. The pouring out of the Spirit is a pledge tha God's favour will continue. He will hide his face no more from those of whom he has poured out his Spirit. When we pray that God would neve cast us from his presence, we must as earnestly pray that, in orde thereto, he would never take his Holy Spirit from us __________________________________________________________________
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