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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Genesis 49:10


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    King James Bible - Genesis 49:10

    The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be.

    World English Bible

    The scepter will not depart from Judah, nor the ruler's staff from between his
    feet, until he comes to whom it belongs. To him will the obedience of the peoples be.

    Douay-Rheims - Genesis 49:10

    The sceptre shall not be taken away from Juda, nor a ruler from his
    thigh, till he come that is to be sent, and he shall be the expectation of nations.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his
    feet, until Shiloh shall come: and to him shall be the gathering of the people.

    Original Hebrew

    לא
    3808 יסור 5493 שׁבט 7626 מיהודה 3063 ומחקק 2710 מבין 996 רגליו 7272 עד 5704 כי 3588 יבא 935 שׁילה 7886 ולו  יקהת 3349  עמים׃ 5971  

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    VERSE (10) -
    Nu 24:17 Ps 60:7 Jer 30:21 Ho 11:12 Eze 19:11,14 Zec 10:11

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 49:10

    No será quitado el cetro de Judá, y el legislador de entre sus pies, hasta que venga SILOH; y a él se congregarán los pueblos.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 49:10

    Verse 10. From
    Judah the scepter shall not depart] The Jews have a quibble on the word fb shebet, which we translate scepter; they say it signifies a staff or rod, and that the meaning of it is, that ""afflictions shall not depart from the Jews till the Messiah comes;"" that they are still under affliction and therefore the Messiah is not come. This is a miserable shift to save a lost cause. Their chief Targumist, Onkelos, understood and translated the word nearly as we do; and the same meaning is adopted by the Jerusalem Targum, and by all the ancient versions, the Arabic excepted, which has kazeeb, a rod; but in a very ancient MS. of the Pentateuch in my own possession the word sebet is used, which signifies a tribe.

    Judah shall continue a distinct tribe till the Messiah shall come; and it did so; and after his coming it was confounded with the others, so that all distinction has been ever since lost.

    Nor a teacher from his offspring] I am sufficiently aware that the literal meaning of the original wylgr ybm mibbeyn raglaiv is from between his feet, and I am as fully satisfied that it should never be so translated; from between the feet and out of the thigh simply mean progeny, natural offspring, for reasons which surely need not be mentioned. The Targum of Jonathan ben Uzziel, and the Jerusalem Targum, apply the whole of this prophecy, in a variety of very minute particulars, to the Messiah, and give no kind of countenance to the fictions of the modern Jews.

    13. At the haven of the seas shall Zebulun dwell, And he shall be a haven for ships. And his border shall extend unto Sidon.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 8-12 - Judah's name signifies praise. God was praised for him, chap. 29:35 praised by him, and praised in him; therefore his brethren shall prais him. Judah should be a strong and courageous tribe. Judah is compared not to a lion raging and ranging, but to a lion enjoying the satisfaction of his power and success, without creating vexation to others; this is to be truly great. Judah should be the royal tribe, the tribe from which Messiah the Prince should come. Shiloh, that promise Seed in whom the earth should be blessed, "that peaceable an prosperous One," or "Saviour," he shall come of Judah. Thus dying Jaco at a great distance saw Christ's day, and it was his comfort an support on his death-bed. Till Christ's coming, Judah possesse authority, but after his crucifixion this was shortened, and accordin to what Christ foretold, Jerusalem was destroyed, and all the poor harassed remnant of Jews were confounded together. Much which is her said concerning Judah, is to be applied to our Lord Jesus. In him ther is plenty of all which is nourishing and refreshing to the soul, an which maintains and cheers the Divine life in it. He is the true Vine wine is the appointed symbol of his blood, which is drink indeed, a shed for sinners, and applied in faith; and all the blessings of his gospel are wine and milk, without money and without price, to whic every thirsty soul is welcome. Isa 55:1.


    Original Hebrew

    לא 3808 יסור 5493 שׁבט 7626 מיהודה 3063 ומחקק 2710 מבין 996 רגליו 7272 עד 5704 כי 3588 יבא 935 שׁילה 7886 ולו  יקהת 3349  עמים׃ 5971  


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