SEV Biblia, Chapter 9:10 Mas ahora, Â¿qué diremos, oh Dios nuestro, después de esto? Porque nosotros hemos dejado tus mandamientos,
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezra 9:10 Verse 10. What shall we say after this?] Even in the midst of these beginnings of respite and mercy we have begun to provoke thee anew!
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. And now, O our God, what shall we say after this ? etc.] What apology or excuse can be made for such ingratitude? what can be said in favour of such a people? what kindness can be expected to be shown to a people who had behaved in so base a manner? for we have forsaken thy commandments : particularly those which related to marriages with people of other nations.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 5-15 - The sacrifice, especially the evening sacrifice, was a type of the blessed Lamb of God, who in the evening of the world, was to take awa sin by the sacrifice of himself. Ezra's address is a peniten confession of sin, the sin of his people. But let this be the comfor of true penitents, that though their sins reach to the heavens, God' mercy is in the heavens. Ezra, speaking of sin, speaks as one muc ashamed. Holy shame is as necessary in true repentance as holy sorrow Ezra speaks as much amazed. The discoveries of guilt cause amazement the more we think of sin, the worse it looks. Say, God be merciful to me sinner. Ezra speaks as one much afraid. There is not a surer of saddler presage of ruin, than turning to sin, after great judgments and great deliverances. Every one in the church of God, has to wonde that he has not wearied out the Lord's patience, and brough destruction upon himself. What then must be the case of the ungodly But though the true penitent has nothing to plead in his own behalf the heavenly Advocate pleads most powerfully for him __________________________________________________________________
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