SEV Biblia, Chapter 12:4 Â¶ Y se fue Abram, como el SEÑOR le dijo; y fue con él Lot; y era Abram de edad de setenta y cinco años cuando salió de Harán.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 12:4 Verse 4. And Abram was seventy and five years old] As Abram was now seventy-five years old, and his father Terah had just died, at the age of two hundred and five, consequently Terah must have been one hundred and thirty when Abram was born; and the seventieth year of his age mentioned chap. xi. 26, was the period at which Haran, not Abram, was born. See on the preceding chapter.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 4, 5 - Abram believed that the blessing of the Almighty would make up for all he could lose or leave behind, supply all his wants, and answer an exceed all his desires; and he knew that nothing but misery woul follow disobedience. Such believers, being justified by faith in Christ, have peace with God. They hold on their way to Canaan. They ar not discouraged by the difficulties in their way, nor drawn aside by the delights they meet with. Those who set out for heaven mus persevere to the end. What we undertake, in obedience to God's command and in humble attendance on his providence, will certainly succeed, an end with comfort at last. Canaan was not, as other lands, a mer outward possession, but a type of heaven, and in this respect the patriarchs so earnestly prized it.
Original Hebrew וילך 1980 אברם 87 כאשׁר 834 דבר 1696 אליו 413 יהוה 3068 וילך 1980 אתו 854 לוט 3876 ואברם 87 בן 1121 חמשׁ 2568 שׁנים 8141 ושׁבעים 7657 שׁנה 8141 בצאתו 3318 מחרן׃ 2771