SEV Biblia, Chapter 12:2 y haré de ti una nación grande, y te bendeciré, y engrandeceré tu nombre, y serás bendición.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 12:2 Verse 2. I will make of thee a great nation] i.e., The Jewish people; and make thy name great, alluding to the change of his name from Abram, a high father, to Abraham, the father of a multitude.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-3 - God made choice of Abram, and singled him out from among his fellow-idolaters, that he might reserve a people for himself, amon whom his true worship might be maintained till the coming of Christ From henceforward Abram and his seed are almost the only subject of the history in the Bible. Abram was tried whether he loved God better tha all, and whether he could willingly leave all to go with God. Hi kindred and his father's house were a constant temptation to him, he could not continue among them without danger of being infected by them Those who leave their sins, and turn to God, will be unspeakabl gainers by the change. The command God gave to Abram, is much the sam with the gospel call, for natural affection must give way to Divin grace. Sin, and all the occasions of it, must be forsaken; particularl bad company. Here are many great and precious promises. All God' precepts are attended with promises to the obedient. 1. I will make of thee a great nation. When God took Abram from his own people, he promised to make him the head of another people. 2. I will bless thee Obedient believers shall be sure to inherit the blessing. 3. I wil make thy name great. The name of obedient believers shall certainly be made great. 4. Thou shalt be a blessing. Good men are the blessings of their country. 5. I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him tha curseth thee. God will take care that none are losers, by any servic done for his people. 6. In thee shall all the families of the earth be blessed. Jesus Christ is the great blessing of the world, the greates that ever the world possessed. All the true blessedness the world is now, or ever shall be possessed of, is owing to Abram and his posterity. Through them we have a Bible, a Saviour, and a gospel. The are the stock on which the Christian church is grafted.
Original Hebrew ואעשׂך 6213 לגוי 1471 גדול 1419 ואברכך 1288 ואגדלה 1431 שׁמך 8034 והיה 1961 ברכה׃ 1293