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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Genesis 32:32


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    King James Bible - Genesis 32:32

    Therefore the children of Israel eat not of the sinew which shrank, which is upon the hollow of the thigh, unto this day: because he touched the hollow of Jacob's thigh in the sinew that shrank.

    World English Bible

    Therefore the children of Israel don't eat the sinew of the
    hip, which is on the hollow of the thigh, to this day, because he touched the hollow of Jacob's thigh in the sinew of the hip.

    Douay-Rheims - Genesis 32:32

    Therefore the children of Israel, unto this
    day, eat not the sinew, that shrank in Jacob's thigh: because he touched the sinew of his thigh and it shrank.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Therefore the children of Israel eat not of the sinew which shrunk, which is upon the hollow of the
    thigh, to this day; because he touched the hollow of Jacob's thigh in the sinew that shrunk.

    Original Hebrew

    על
    5921  כן 3651  לא 3808  יאכלו 398  בני 1121  ישׂראל 3478 את 853 גיד 1517 הנשׁה 5384 אשׁר 834 על 5921 כף 3709 הירך 3409 עד 5704 היום 3117 הזה 2088 כי 3588 נגע 5060 בכף 3709 ירך 3409 יעקב 3290 בגיד 1517 הנשׁה׃ 5384

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    VERSE (32) -
    1Sa 5:5

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 32:32

    Por esto no comen los hijos de Israel, hasta hoy día, del tendón que se contrajo, el cual está en la palma del anca; porque tocó a la palma del anca de Jacob en el tendón que se contrajo.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 32:32

    Verse 32. Therefore the
    children of Israel eat not of the sinew] What this sinew was neither Jew nor Christian can tell; and it can add nothing either to science, or to a true understanding of the text, to multiply conjectures. I have already supposed that the part which the angel touched or struck was the groin; and if this be right, the sinew, nerve, or muscle that shrank, must be sought for in that place.

    THE serious reader must meet with much instruction in this chapter.

    1. After his reconciliation with Laban, Jacob proceeds on his way to Canaan; and as God, who was continually watching for his welfare, saw the trials to which he would shortly be exposed, therefore he provided for him the instructive vision of angels, that he might see that those who were for him were more than those who could be against him. A proper consideration of God's omniscience is of the utmost advantage to every genuine Christian. He knows whereof we are made, he remembers that we are but dust, he sees our trials and difficulties, and his eye affects his heart.Hence he is ever devising means that his banished-be not expelled from him.

    2. Jacob's recollection of his unkindness and injustice to his brother, when he hears that he is coming to meet him, fills his soul with fear, and obliges him to betake himself to God by prayer and supplication. How important is the office of conscience! And how necessary are times of trial and difficulty when its voice is loudest, and the heart is best prepared to receive its reproofs! In how many cases has conscience slumbered till it pleased God to send some trial by which it has been powerfully awakened, and the salvation of the sinner was the result! Before I was afflicted I went astray.

    3. Though salvation be the free gift of God, yet he gives it not to any who do not earnestly seek it. The deeper the conviction of guilt and helplessness is, the more earnest the application to God for mercy is likely to be. They whose salvation costs them strong crying and tears, are not likely (humanly speaking) to part with it lightly; they remember the vinegar and the gall, and they watch and pray that they enter not into temptation.

    4. In the strife and agony requisite to enter in at the strait gate, it is highly necessary that we should know that the grace and salvation of God are not purchased by our tears, &c.; for those things which are only proofs and arguments that we have sinned, can never remove the iniquity of our transgressions. A sensible and pious man observes on this subject, ""That prayer and wrestling with God should be made as though no other means were to be practiced, and then the best means be adopted as though no prayer or wrestling had been used."" God marks even this strife, though highly pleasing in his sight, with such proofs of its own utter insufficiency, that we may carry about with us the memorial of our own weakness, worthlessness, and slowness of heart to believe. God smote the thigh of Jacob, 1. That he might know he had not prevailed by his own strength, but by the power and mercy of his God. 2. That he might, have the most sensible evidence of the reality of the Divine interposition in his behalf. 3. That he might see God's displeasure against his unbelief. And 4.

    That men in general might be taught that those who will be the disciples of Christ must deny themselves, take up their cross daily, and mortify their members which are upon the earth. Those who have not cut off a right hand or foot, or plucked out a right eye, for the kingdom of heaven's sake, are never likely to see God. The religion that costs us nothing, is to us worth nothing.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 24-32 - A great while before day, Jacob being alone, more fully spread his fears before God in prayer. While thus employed, One in the likeness of a man wrestled with him. When the spirit helpeth our infirmities, an our earnest and vast desires can scarcely find words to utter them, an we still mean more than we can express, then prayer is indeed wrestlin with God. However tried or discouraged, we shall prevail; an prevailing with Him in prayer, we shall prevail against all enemie that strive with us. Nothing requires more vigour and unceasin exertion than wrestling. It is an emblem of the true spirit of fait and prayer. Jacob kept his ground; though the struggle continued long this did not shake his faith, nor silence his prayer. He will have blessing, and had rather have all his bone put out of joint than go away without one. Those who would have the blessing of Christ, mus resolve to take no denial. The fervent prayer is the effectual prayer The Angel puts a lasting mark of honour upon him, by changing his name Jacob signifies a supplanter. From henceforth he shall be celebrated not for craft and artful management, but for true valour. Thou shalt be called Israel, a prince with God, a name greater than those of the great men of the earth. He is a prince indeed that is a prince with God; those are truly honourable that are mighty in prayer. Having powe with God, he shall have power with men too; he shall prevail, and gai Esau's favour. Jacob gives a new name to the place. He calls it Peniel the face of God, because there he had seen the appearance of God, an obtained the favour of God. It becomes those whom God honours, to admire his grace towards them. The Angel who wrestled with Jacob wa the second Person in the sacred Trinity, who was afterwards God manifest in the flesh, and who, dwelling in human nature, is calle Immanuel, Ho 12:4, 5. Jacob halted on his thigh. It might serve to kee him from being lifted up with the abundance of the revelations. The su rose on Jacob: it is sun-rise with that soul, which has had communio with God __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    על 5921  כן 3651  לא 3808  יאכלו 398  בני 1121  ישׂראל 3478 את 853 גיד 1517 הנשׁה 5384 אשׁר 834 על 5921 כף 3709 הירך 3409 עד 5704 היום 3117 הזה 2088 כי 3588 נגע 5060 בכף 3709 ירך 3409 יעקב 3290 בגיד 1517 הנשׁה׃ 5384


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