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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Galatians 4:27


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    King James Bible - Galatians 4:27

    For it is written, Rejoice, thou barren that bearest not; break forth and cry, thou that travailest not: for the desolate hath many more children than she which hath an husband.

    World English Bible

    For it is written, "Rejoice, you barren who don't
    bear. Break forth and shout, you that don't travail. For more are the children of the desolate than of her who has a husband."

    Douay-Rheims - Galatians 4:27

    For it is written: Rejoice, thou barren, that bearest not: break forth and cry, thou that travailest not: for many are the children of the desolate, more than of her that hath a husband.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    For it is written, Rejoice, thou barren that bearest not; break forth and cry, thou that travailest not: for the desolate hath many more children than she who hath a husband.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (27) -
    Isa 54:1-5

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:27

    Porque est escrito: Algrate, la estril, que no das a luz; Prorrumpe en alabanzas y clama, La que no ests de parto; Porque ms son los hijos de la dejada, Que de la que tiene marido.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Galatians 4:27

    Verse 27.
    Rejoice, thou barren that bearest not] This quotation is taken from Isa. liv. 1, and is certainly a promise which relates to the conversion of the Gentiles, as the following clause proves; for the desolate - the Gentile world, hath many more children - is a much larger and more numerous Church, than she-Jerusalem, the Jewish state, which hath a husband - has been so long in covenant with God, living under his continual protection, and in possession of a great variety of spiritual advantages; and especially those offered to her by the Gospel, which she has rejected, and which the Gentiles have accepted.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 27. For it is written , etc..] (
    Isaiah 44:1), which is cited to prove, that the heavenly Jerusalem, or Gospel church state, is the mother of us all, and has brought forth, and still will bring forth, many souls to Christ, even many more than were under the legal dispensation by the Jewish church, though the Lord was an husband to them, ( Jeremiah 31:32). The words are, rejoice thou barren that bearest not, break forth and cry thou that travailest not, for the desolate hath many more children than she which hath an husband ; by her that was barren, and bore not, and travailed not, and was desolate, is not meant the Gentile world, which before the coming of Christ was barren and destitute of the knowledge of him, and from among whom very few were called by grace; but the Gospel church in the first beginnings of it, in Christ's time, and especially about the time of his death, and before the pouring forth of the Spirit on the day of Pentecost, when the number of its members were few; for the names of the disciples together were but 120, when it seemed to be barren, and desolate, and deprived of its husband Christ, but was quickly to have a large accession to, it, both of Jews and Gentiles; and therefore is called upon to rejoice, break forth, and cry; that is, to break forth into songs of praise, and express her spiritual joy, by singing aloud, and setting forth in hymns and spiritual songs the glory of powerful and efficacious grace, in the conversion of such large numbers of souls, the like of which had never been known under the former administration. Three thousand were converted under one sermon, and added to this first Gospel church; and the number of its members still increased, and the number of the men that afterwards believed was about five thousand; and after this we hear of more believers being added to the Lord, both men and women; and also that a great company of the priests were obedient to the faith; and when out of this church, the apostles, and other preachers of the Gospel went everywhere into the Gentile world, thousands of souls were converted, and a large number of churches formed, and a spiritual seed has been preserved ever since; and in the latter day Zion will travail in birth, and bring forth a numerous offspring; a nation shall be born at once, and the fulness of the Gentiles shall be brought in. Agreeably to this sense the Jewish writers, Jarchi, Kimchi, and Aben Ezra, understand this passage of Jerusalem; as does also the Chaldee paraphrase, which renders it thus: Praise, O Jerusalem, which was as a barren woman that bringeth not forth; rejoice in praise, and be glad, who was as a woman which conceives not, for more are the children of Jerusalem forsaken than the children of the habitable city, saith the Lord.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 21-27 - The difference between
    believers who rested in Christ only, and thos who trusted in the law, is explained by the histories of Isaac an Ishmael. These things are an allegory, wherein, beside the literal an historical sense of the words, the Spirit of God points out somethin further. Hagar and Sarah were apt emblems of the two differen dispensations of the covenant. The heavenly Jerusalem, the true churc from above, represented by Sarah, is in a state of freedom, and is the mother of all believers, who are born of the Holy Spirit. They were by regeneration and true faith, made a part of the true seed of Abraham according to the promise made to him.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    4:27 {Which is our mother} (hetis estin meter hemwn). The mother of us
    Christians, apply the allegory of Hagar and Sarah to us. The Jerusalem above is the picture of the Kingdom of God. Paul illustrates the allegory by quoting #Isa 54:1, a song of triumph looking for deliverance from a foreign yoke. {Rejoice} (eufranqeti). First aorist passive imperative of eufrainw. {Break forth} (rexon). First aorist active imperative of regnumi, to rend, to burst asunder. Supply eufrosunen (joy) as in #Isa 49:13. {The desolate} (tes eremou). The prophet refers to Sarah's prolonged barrenness and Paul uses this fact as a figure for the progress and glory of Christianity (the new Jerusalem of freedom) in contrast with the old Jerusalem of bondage (the current Judaism). His thought has moved rapidly, but he does not lose his line.


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