SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:14 Mas también a la gente a quien servirán, juzgo yo; y después de esto saldrán con grande riqueza.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 15:14 Verse 14. And also that nation, &c.] How remarkably was this promise fulfilled, in the redemption of Israel from its bondage, in the plagues and destruction of the Egyptians, and in the immense wealth which the Israelites brought out of Egypt! Not a more circumstantial or literally fulfilled promise is to be found in the sacred writings.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 12-16 - A deep sleep fell upon Abram; with this sleep a horror of grea darkness fell upon him: a sudden change. The children of light do no always walk in the light. Several things were then foretold. 1. The suffering state of Abram's seed for a long time. They shall be strangers. The heirs of heaven are strangers on earth. They shall be servants; but Canaanites serve under a curse, the Hebrews under blessing. They shall be suffers. Those that are blessed and beloved of God, are often sorely afflicted by wicked men. 2. The judgment of the enemies of Abram's seed. Though God may allow persecutors an oppressors to trample upon his people a great while, he will certainl reckon with them at last. 3. That great event, the deliverance of Abram's seed out of Egypt, is here foretold. 4. Their happy settlemen in Canaan. They shall come hither again. The measure of sin fill gradually. Some people's measure of sin fills slowly. The knowledge of future events would seldom add to our comfort. In the most favoure families, and most happy lives, there are so many afflictions, that it is merciful in God to conceal what will befall us and ours.
Original Hebrew וגם 1571 את 853 הגוי 1471 אשׁר 834 יעבדו 5647 דן 1777 אנכי 595 ואחרי 310 כן 3651 יצאו 3318 ברכשׁ 7399 גדול׃ 1419