SEV Biblia, Chapter 7:22 todo lo que tenía aliento de espíritu de vida en sus narices, de todo lo que había en la tierra, murió.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 7:22 Verse 22. Of all that was in the dry land] From this we may conclude that such animals only as could not live in the water were preserved in the ark.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 21-24 - All the men, women, and children, that were in the world, excepting those in the ark, died. We may easily imagine what terror seized them Our Saviour tells us, that till the very day that the flood came, the were eating and drinking, Lu 17:26, 27; they were deaf and blind to all Divine warnings. In this posture death surprised them. They wer convinced of their folly when it was too late. We may suppose the tried all ways and means possible to save themselves, but all in vain And those that are not found in Christ, the Ark, are certainly undone undone for ever. Let us pause, and consider this tremendous judgment Who can stand before the Lord when he is angry? The sin of sinners wil be their ruin, first or last, if not repented of. The righteous God knows how to bring ruin upon the world of the ungodly, 2Pe 2:5. Ho tremendous will be the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men Happy they who are part of Christ's family, and safe with him as such they may look forward without dismay, and rejoice that they shal triumph, when fire shall burn up the earth, and all that therein is. We are apt to suppose some favourable distinctions in our own case of character; but if we neglect, refuse, or abuse the salvation of Christ we shall, notwithstanding such fancied advantages, be destroyed in the common ruin of an unbelieving world __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew כל 3605 אשׁר 834 נשׁמת 5397 רוח 7307 חיים 2416 באפיו 639 מכל 3605 אשׁר 834 בחרבה 2724 מתו׃ 4191