SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:19 en el sudor de tu rostro comerás el pan, hasta que vuelvas a la tierra, porque de ella fuiste tomado. Porque polvo eres, y al polvo serás tornado.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 3:19 Verse 19. In the sweat of thy face] Though the whole body may be thrown into a profuse sweat, if hard labour be long continued, yet the face or forehead is the first part whence this sweat begins to issue; this is occasioned by the blood being strongly propelled to the brain, partly through stooping, but principally by the strong action of the muscles; in consequence of this the blood vessels about the head become turgid through the great flux of blood, the fibres are relaxed, the pores enlarged, and the sweat or serum poured out. Thus then the very commencement of every man's labour may put him in mind of his sin and its consequences.
Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.] God had said that in the day they ate of the forbidden fruit, dying they should die - they should then become mortal, and continue under the influence of a great variety of unfriendly agencies in the atmosphere and in themselves, from heats, colds, drought, and damps in the one, and morbid increased and decreased action in the solids and fluids of the other, till the spirit, finding its earthly house no longer tenable, should return to God who gave it; and the body, being decomposed, should be reduced to its primitive dust. It is evident from this that man would have been immortal had he never transgressed, and that this state of continual life and health depended on his obedience to his Maker. The tree of life, as we have already seen, was intended to be the means of continual preservation. For as no being but God can exist independently of any supporting agency, so man could not have continued to live without a particular supporting agent; and this supporting agent under God appears to have been the tree of life.
oligh de keisomesqa koniv, ostewn luqentwn.Anac. Od. 4., v. 9.
""We shall lie down as a small portion of dust, our bones being dissolved.""
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 16-19 - The woman, for her sin, is condemned to a state of sorrow, and of subjection; proper punishments of that sin, in which she had sought to gratify the desire of her eye, and of the flesh, and her pride. Sin brought sorrow into the world; that made the world a vale of tears. N wonder our sorrows are multiplied, when our sins are so. He shall rul over thee, is but God's command, Wives, be subject to your ow husbands. If man had not sinned, he would always have ruled with wisdo and love; if the woman had not sinned, she would always have obeye with humility and meekness. Adam laid the blame on his wife; but thoug it was her fault to persuade him to eat the forbidden fruit, it was his fault to hearken to her. Thus men's frivolous pleas will, in the day of God's judgment, be turned against them. God put marks of displeasure of Adam. 1. His habitation is cursed. God gave the earth to the children of men, to be a comfortable dwelling; but it is now cursed for man' sin. Yet Adam is not himself cursed, as the serpent was, but only the ground for his sake. 2. His employments and enjoyments are imbittere to him. Labour is our duty, which we must faithfully perform; it is part of man's sentence, which idleness daringly defies. Uneasiness an weariness with labour are our just punishment, which we must patientl submit to, since they are less than our iniquity deserves. Man's foo shall become unpleasant to him. Yet man is not sentenced to eat dust a the serpent, only to eat the herb of the field. 3. His life also is but short; considering how full of trouble his days are, it is in favour to him that they are few. Yet death being dreadful to nature, even when life is unpleasant, that concludes the punishment. Sin brought deat into the world: if Adam had not sinned, he had not died. He gave way to temptation, but the Saviour withstood it. And how admirably the satisfaction of our Lord Jesus, by his death and sufferings, answere the sentence passed on our first parents! Did travailing pains com with sin? We read of the travail of Christ's soul, Isa 53:11; and the pains of death he was held by, are so called, Ac 2:24. Did subjectio came in with sin? Christ was made under the law, Ga 4:4. Did the curs come in with sin? Christ was made a curse for us, he died a curse death, Ga 3:13. Did thorns come in with sin? He was crowned with thorn for us. Did sweat come in with sin? He sweat for us, as it had bee great drops of blood. Did sorrow come in with sin? He was a man of sorrows; his soul was, in his agony, exceeding sorrowful. Did deat come in with sin? He became obedient unto death. Thus is the plaster a wide as the wound. Blessed be God for his Son our Lord Jesus Christ.
Original Hebrew בזעת 2188 אפיך 639 תאכל 398 לחם 3899 עד 5704 שׁובך 7725 אל 413 האדמה 127 כי 3588 ממנה 4480 לקחת 3947 כי 3588 עפר 6083 אתה 859 ואל 413 עפר 6083 תשׁוב׃ 7725