SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:6 Y a los horeos en el monte de Seir, hasta la llanura de Parán, que está junto al desierto.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 14:6 Verse 6. The Horites] A people that dwelt in Mount Seir, till Esau and his sons drove them thence; Deut. ii. 22.
El-paran] The plain or oak of Paran, which was a city in the wilderness of Paran; chap. xxi. 21.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-12 - The wars of nations make great figure in history, but we should no have had the record of this war if Abram and Lot had not bee concerned. Out of covetousness, Lot had settled in fruitful, but wicke Sodom. Its inhabitants were the most ripe for vengeance of all the descendants of Canaan. The invaders were from Chaldea and Persia, the only small kingdoms. They took Lot among the rest, and his goods Though he was righteous, and Abram's brother's son, yet he was with the rest in this trouble. Neither our own piety, nor our relation to the favourites of Heaven, will be our security when God's judgments ar abroad. Many an honest man fares the worse for his wicked neighbours it is our wisdom to separate, or at least to distinguish ourselves from them, 2Co 6:17. So near a relation of Abram should have been companion and a disciple of Abram. If he chose to dwell in Sodom, he must thank himself if he share in Sodom's losses. When we go out of the way of our duty, we put ourselves from under God's protection, an cannot expect that the choice made by our lusts, should end to ou comfort. They took Lot's goods; it is just with God to deprive us of enjoyments, by which we suffer ourselves to be deprived of the enjoyment of him.
Original Hebrew ואת 853 החרי 2752 בהררם 2022 שׂעיר 8165 עד 5704 איל פארן 364 אשׁר 834 על 5921 המדבר׃ 4057