SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:18 En tu simiente serán benditos todos los gentiles de la tierra, por cuanto escuchaste a mi voz.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 22:18 Verse 18. And in thy seed, &c.] We have the authority of St. Paul, Gal. iii. 8, 16, 18, to restrain this to our blessed Lord, who was THE SEED through whom alone all God's blessings of providence, mercy, grace, and glory, should be conveyed to the nations of the earth.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 15-19 - There are high declarations of God's favour to Abraham in thi confirmation of the covenant with him, exceeding any he had yet bee blessed with. Those that are willing to part with any thing for God shall have it made up to them with unspeakable advantage. The promise ver. #(18), doubtless points at the Messiah, and the grace of the gospel. Hereby we know the loving-kindness of God our Saviour toward sinful man, in that he hath not withheld his Son, his only Son, from us. Hereby we perceive the love of Christ, in that he gave himself sacrifice for our sins. Yet he lives, and calls to sinners to come to him, and partake of his blood-bought salvation. He calls to his redeemed people to rejoice in him, and to glorify him. What then shal we render for all his benefits? Let his love constrain us to live no to ourselves, but to Him who died for us, and rose again. Admiring an adoring His grace, let us devote our all to his service, who laid dow his life for our salvation. Whatever is dearest to us upon earth is ou Isaac. And the only way for us to find comfort in an earthly thing, is to give it by faith into the hands of God. Yet remember that Abraha was not justified by his readiness to obey, but by the infinitely mor noble obedience of Jesus Christ; his faith receiving this, relying of this, rejoicing in this, disposed and made him able for such wonderfu self-denial and duty. (Ge 22:20-24)
Original Hebrew והתברכו 1288 בזרעך 2233 כל 3605 גויי 1471 הארץ 776 עקב 6118 אשׁר 834 שׁמעת 8085 בקלי׃ 6963