SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:10 Â¶ A los veinticuatro del noveno mes , en el segundo año de Darío, vino palabra del SEÑOR por mano del profeta Hageo, diciendo:
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Haggai 2:10 Verse 10. In the four and twentieth day of the ninth month] Three months after they had begun to rebuild the temple, Haggai is ordered to go and put two questions to the priests. 1. If one bear holy flesh in the skirt of his garment, and he touch any thing with his skirt, is that thing made holy? The priests answered, No! ver. 12. 2. If one has touched a dead body and thereby become unclean, does he communicate his uncleanness to whatever he may touch? And the priests answered, YES! ver. 13.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. In the four and twentieth [day] of the ninth [month] , etc.] The month Chisleu, which answers to part of November, and part of December: this was two months and three days after the former discourse or prophecy, and just three months from the time the Jews began to work in the house of the Lord, ( Haggai 1:14,15 2:1) in the second year of Darius ; the same year that all the former discourses and prophecies were delivered in: came the word of the Lord by Haggai the prophet ; for what he delivered was not his own, but from the Lord; he was only his minister and messenger. The Vulgate Latin version, and so Munster, render it, “unto Haggai the prophet”; and indeed what is said following seems to be directed to him, and he is the only person that put the questions directed to: saying ; as follows:
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-19 - Many spoiled this good work, by going about it with unholy hearts an hands, and were likely to gain no advantage by it. The sum of these tw rules of the law is, that sin is more easily learned from others tha holiness. The impurity of their hearts and lives shall make the work of their hands, and all their offerings, unclean before God. The case is the same with us. When employed in any good work, we should watch ove ourselves, lest we render it unclean by our corruptions. When we begi to make conscience of duty to God, we may expect his blessing; an whoso is wise will understand the loving-kindness of the Lord. God wil curse the blessings of the wicked, and make bitter the prosperity of the careless; but he will sweeten the cup of affliction to those wh diligently serve him.
Original Hebrew בעשׂרים 6242 וארבעה 702 לתשׁיעי 8671 בשׁנת 8141 שׁתים 8147 לדריושׁ 1867 היה 1961 דבר 1697 יהוה 3069 אל 413 חגי 2292 הנביא 5030 לאמר׃ 559