SEV Biblia, Chapter 32:15 Treinta camellas paridas, con sus hijos, cuarenta vacas y diez novillos, veinte asnas y diez borricos.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 32:15 Verse 15. Ten bulls] The Syriac and Vulgate have twenty; but ten is a sufficient proportion to the forty kine. By all this we see that Jacob was led to make restitution for the injury he had done to his brother.Restitution for injuries done to man is essentially requisite if in our power.He who can and will not make restitution for the wrongs he has done, can have no claim even on the mercy of God.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 9-23 - Times of fear should be times of prayer: whatever causes fear, shoul drive us to our knees, to our God. Jacob had lately seen his guards of angels, but in this distress he applied to God, not to them; he kne they were his fellow-servants, Re 22:9. There cannot be a bette pattern for true prayer than this. Here is a thankful acknowledgemen of former undeserved favours; a humble confession of unworthiness; plain statement of his fears and distress; a full reference of the whole affair to the Lord, and resting all his hopes on him. The best we can say to God in prayer, is what he has said to us. Thus he made the name of the Lord his strong tower, and could not but be safe. Jacob' fear did not make him sink into despair, nor did his prayer make his presume upon God's mercy, without the use of means. God answers prayer by teaching us to order our affairs aright. To pacify Esau, Jacob sen him a present. We must not despair of reconciling ourselves to thos most angry against us.
Original Hebrew גמלים 1581 מיניקות 3243 ובניהם 1121 שׁלשׁים 7970 פרות 6510 ארבעים 705 ופרים 6499 עשׂרה 6235 אתנת 860 עשׂרים 6242 ועירם 5895 עשׂרה׃ 6235