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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Genesis 6:18


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    King James Bible - Genesis 6:18

    But with thee will I establish my covenant; and thou shalt come into the ark, thou, and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy sons' wives with thee.

    World English Bible

    But I will establish my covenant with you. You shall come into the ship, you, your sons, your wife, and your sons' wives with you.

    Douay-Rheims - Genesis 6:18

    And I will establish my covenant with thee, and thou shalt enter into the ark, thou and thy sons, and thy wife, and the wives of thy sons with thee.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    But with thee will I establish my covenant: and thou shalt come into the ark, thou, and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy sons' wives with thee.

    Original Hebrew

    והקמתי
    6965 את 853 בריתי 1285 אתך 854 ובאת 935 אל 413 התבה 8392 אתה 859 ובניך 1121 ואשׁתך 802 ונשׁי 802 בניך 1121 אתך׃ 854

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    Ge 9:9,11; 17:4,7,21

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:18

    Mas estableceré mi pacto contigo, y entrarás en el arca tú, y tus hijos, y tu mujer, y las mujeres de tus hijos contigo.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 6:18

    Verse 18. With thee will I establish my
    covenant] The word tyrb berith, from rb bar, to purify or cleanse, signifies properly a purification or purifier, (see on chap. 15.,) because in all covenants made between God and man, sin and sinfulness were ever supposed to be on man's side, and that God could not enter into any covenant or engagement with him without a purifier; hence, in all covenants, a sacrifice was offered for the removal of offenses, and the reconciliation of God to the sinner; and hence the word tyrb berith signifies not only a covenant, but also the sacrifice offered on the occasion, Exod. xxiv. 8; Psa. l. 5; and Jesus Christ, the great atonement and purifier, has the same word for his title, Isa. xlii. 6; xlix. 8; and Zech. ix. 11.

    Almost all nations, in forming alliances, &c., made their covenants or contracts in the same way. A sacrifice was provided, its throat was cut, and its blood poured out before God; then the whole carcass was divided through the spinal marrow from the head to the rump; so as to make exactly two equal parts; these were placed opposite to each other, and the contracting parties passed between them, or entering at opposite ends met in the center, and there took the covenant oath. This is particularly referred to by Jeremiah, Jer. xxxiv. 18, 19, 20: ""I will give the men (into the hands of their enemies, Jer. xxxiv. 20) that have transgressed my covenant, which have not performed the words of the covenant which they made before me, when they cut the calf in twain, and passed between the parts thereof,"" &c. See also Deut. xxix. 12.

    A covenant, says Mr. Ainsworth, is a disposition of good things faithfully declared, which God here calls his, as arising from his grace towards Noah (ver. 8) and all men; but implying also conditions on man's part, and therefore is called our covenant, Zech. ix. 11. The apostles call it diaqhkh, a testament or disposition; and it is mixed of the properties both of covenant and testament, as the apostle shows, Heb. ix. 16, &c., and of both may be named a testamental covenant, whereby the disposing of God's favours and good things to us is declared. The covenant made with Noah signified, on God's part, that he should save Noah and his family from death by the ark. On Noah's part, that he should in faith and obedience make and enter into the ark- Thou shalt come into the ark, &c., so committing himself to God's preservation, Heb. xi. 7. And under this the covenant or testament of eternal salvation by Christ was also implied, the apostle testifying, 1 Pet. iii. 21, that the antitype, baptism, doth also now save us; for baptism is a seal of our salvation, Mark xvi. 16. To provide a saviour, and the means of salvation, is GOD'S part: to accept this saviour, laying hold on the hope set before us, is ours. Those who refuse the way and means of salvation must perish; those who accept of the great Covenant Sacrifice cannot perish, but shall have eternal life. See on chap. xv. 10, &c.


    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 12-21 - God told Noah his purpose to destroy the wicked world by water. The secret of the Lord is with them that fear him, Ps 25:14. It is with all believers, enabling them to understand and apply the declarations an warnings of the written word. God chose to do it by a flood of waters which should drown the world. As he chooses the rod with which he corrects his children, so he chooses the sword with which he cuts of his enemies. God established his covenant with Noah. This is the firs place in the Bible where the word `covenant' is found; it seems to mean, 1. The covenant of providence; that the course of nature shall be continued to the end of time. 2. The covenant of grace; that God woul be a God to Noah, and that out of his seed God would take to himself people. God directed Noah to make an ark. This ark was like the hulk of a ship, fitted to float upon the waters. It was very large, half the size of St. Paul's cathedral, and would hold more than eighteen of the largest ships now used. God could have secured Noah without putting his to any care, or pains, or trouble; but employed him in making tha which was to be the means to preserve him, for the trial of his fait and obedience. Both the providence of God, and the grace of God, ow and crown the obedient and diligent. God gave Noah particular order how to make the ark, which could not therefore but be well fitted for the purpose. God promised Noah that he and his family should be kep alive in the ark. What we do in obedience to God, we and our familie are likely to have the benefit of. The piety of parents gets their children good in this life, and furthers them in the way to eterna life, if they improve it.


    Original Hebrew

    והקמתי 6965 את 853 בריתי 1285 אתך 854 ובאת 935 אל 413 התבה 8392 אתה 859 ובניך 1121 ואשׁתך 802 ונשׁי 802 בניך 1121 אתך׃ 854


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