SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:6 Y creyó al SEÑOR, y se lo contó por justicia.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 15:6 Verse 6. And he believed in the Lord; and he counted it to him for righteousness.] This I conceive to be one of the most important passages in the whole Old Testament. It properly contains and specifies that doctrine of justification by faith which engrosses so considerable a share of the epistles of St. Paul, and at the foundation of which is the atonement made by the Son of God: And he (Abram) believed mah heemin, he put faith) in Jehovah, wl hbjyw vaiyachshebeita lo, and he counted it - the faith he put in Jehovah, to HIM for righteousness, hqdx tsedakak, or justification; though there was no act in the case but that of the mind and heart, no work of any kind. Hence the doctrine of justification by faith, without any merit of works; for in this case there could be none-no works of Abram which could merit the salvation of the whole human race. It was the promise of God which he credited, and in the blessedness of which he became a partaker through faith. See at the close of the chapter; see also on Romans 4.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 2-6 - Though we must never complain of God, yet we have leave to complain to him; and to state all our grievances. It is ease to a burdened spirit to open its case to a faithful and compassionate friend. Abram' complaint is, that he had no child; that he was never likely to have any; that the want of a son was so great a trouble to him, that it too away all his comfort. If we suppose that Abram looked no further tha outward comfort, this complaint was to be blamed. But if we suppos that Abram herein had reference to the promised Seed, his desire wa very commendable. Till we have evidence of our interest in Christ, we should not rest satisfied; what will all avail me, if I go Christless If we continue instant in prayer, yet pray with humble submission to the Divine will, we shall not seek in vain. God gave Abram an expres promise of a son. Christians may believe in God with respect to the common concerns of this life; but the faith by which they ar justified, always has respect to the person and work of Christ. Abra believed in God as promising Christ; they believe in him as havin raised him from the dead, Ro 4:24. Through faith in his blood the obtain forgiveness of sins.
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