SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:19 y le bendijo, y dijo: Bendito sea Abram del Dios alto, poseedor de los cielos y de la tierra;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 14:19 Verse 19. And he blessed him] This was a part of the priest's office, to bless in the name of the Lord, for ever. See the form of this blessing, Num. vi. 23-26; and for the meaning of the word to bless, see chap. ii. 3.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 17-20 - Melchizedek is spoken of as a king of Salem, supposed to be the plac afterwards called Jerusalem, and it is generally thought that he wa only a man. The words of the apostle, Heb 7:3, state only, that the sacred history has said nothing of his ancestors. The silence of the Scriptures on this, is to raise our thoughts to Him, whose generatio cannot be declared. Bread and wine were suitable refreshment for the weary followers of Abram; and it is remarkable that Christ appointe the same as the memorials of his body and blood, which are meat an drink indeed to the soul. Melchizedek blessed Abram from God. He blessed God from Abram. We ought to give thanks for other's mercies a for our own. Jesus Christ, our great High Priest, is the Mediator bot of our prayers and praises, and not only offers up ours, but his ow for us. Abram gave him the tenth of the spoils, Heb 7:4. When we have received some great mercy from God, it is very fit we should expres our thankfulness by some special act of pious charity. Jesus Christ our great Melchisedek, is to have homage done him, and to be humbl acknowledged as our King and Priest; not only the tithe of all, but all we have, must be given up to him.
Original Hebrew ויברכהו 1288 ויאמר 559 ברוך 1288 אברם 87 לאל 410 עליון 5945 קנה 7069 שׁמים 8064 וארץ׃ 776