SEV Biblia, Chapter 16:5 Entonces Sarai dijo a Abram: Mi afrenta es sobre ti; yo puse mi sierva en tu seno, y viéndose embarazada, me mira con desprecio; juzgue el SEÑOR entre mí y ti.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 16:5 Verse 5. My wrong be upon thee] This appears to be intended as a reproof to Abram, containing an insinuation that it was his fault that she herself had not been a mother, and that now he carried himself more affectionately towards Hagar than he did to her, in consequence of which conduct the slave became petulant. To remove all suspicion of this kind, Abram delivers up Hagar into her hand, who was certainly under his protection while his concubine or secondary wife; but this right given to him by Sarai he restores, to prevent her jealousy and uneasiness.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 4-6 - Abram's unhappy marriage to Hagar very soon made a great deal of mischief. We may thank ourselves for the guilt and grief that follo us, when we go out of the way of our duty. See it in this case Passionate people often quarrel with others, for things of which the themselves must bear the blame. Sarai had given her maid to Abram, ye she cries out, My wrong be upon thee. That is never said wisely, whic pride and anger put into our mouths. Those are not always in the right who are most loud and forward in appealing to God: such rash and bol imprecations commonly speak guilt and a bad cause. Hagar forgot tha she herself had first given the provocation, by despising her mistress Those that suffer for their faults, ought to bear it patiently, 1P 2:20.
Original Hebrew ותאמר 559 שׂרי 8297 אל 413 אברם 87 חמסי 2555 עליך 5921 אנכי 595 נתתי 5414 שׁפחתי 8198 בחיקך 2436 ותרא 7200 כי 3588 הרתה 2029 ואקל 7043 בעיניה 5869 ישׁפט 8199 יהוה 3068 ביני 996 וביניך׃ 996