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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Hebrews 1:10

    CHAPTERS: Hebrews 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13     

    VERSES: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14




    King James Bible - Hebrew 1:10

    And, Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are the works of thine hands:

    World English Bible

    And, "You, Lord, in the beginning, laid the foundation of the earth. The heavens are the works of your hands.

    Douay-Rheims - Hebrew 1:10

    And: Thou in the beginning, O Lord, didst found the earth: and the works of thy hands are the heavens.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And, Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth: and the heavens are the works of thy hands.

    Greek Textus Receptus

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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (10) -
    Ps 102:25-27

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:10

    Y: T, oh Seor, en el principio fundaste la tierra; y los cielos son obras de tus manos;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Hebrew 1:10

    Verse 10. And, Thou,
    Lord] This is an address to the Son as the Creator, see ver. 2; for this is implied in laying the foundation of the earth. The heavens, which are the work of his hands, point out his infinite wisdom and skill.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 10. And thou
    Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth , etc..] The person here addressed, as the Lord or Jehovah, and as the Maker of the heavens and the earth, is the same with the Son spoken to, and of, before; for the words are a continuation of the speech to him, though they are taken from another psalm, from ( <19A225> Psalm 102:25-27).

    The phrase, thou, Lord is taken from ( <19A212> Psalm 102:12) and is the same with, O my God, ( <19A224> Psalm 102:24) and whereas it is there said, of old, and here, in the beginning, the sense is the same; and agreeably to the Septuagint, and the apostle, Jarchi interprets it by hlyjtm , at, or from the beginning; and so the Targum paraphrases it, zywr m , from the beginning, that the creatures were created, etc.. that in the beginning of the creation, which is the apostle's meaning; and shows the eternity of Christ, the Lord, the Creator of the earth, who must exist before the foundation of the world; and confutes the notion of the eternity of the world: and the rounding of it shows that the earth is the lower part of the creation; and denotes the stability of it; and points out the wisdom of the Creator in laying such a foundation; and proves the deity of Christ, by whom that, and all things in it, were made: the heavens are the works of thine hands : there are more heavens than one; there are the airy heaven, and the starry heaven, and the heaven of heavens, the third heaven; and they were created the beginning, as the earth was, ( Genesis 1:1) and are the immediate work of Christ; they were made by himself, not by the means of angels, who were not in being till these were made; nor by any intermediate help, which he could not have, and which he did not need: the phrase is expressive of the power of Christ in making the upper parts of the creation, and of his wisdom in garnishing them, in which there is a wonderful display of his glory; and the whole serves to set forth the dignity and excellency of his person.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 4-14 - Many Jews had a superstitious or idolatrous respect for angels, becaus they had received the law and other tidings of the Divine will by their ministry. They looked upon them as mediators between God and men, an some went so far as to pay them a kind of religious homage or worship Thus it was necessary that the apostle should insist, not only of Christ's being the Creator of all things, and therefore of angel themselves, but as being the risen and exalted Messiah in human nature to whom angels, authorities, and powers are made subject. To prove this, several passages are brought from the Old Testament. On comparin what God there says of the angels, with what he says to Christ, the inferiority of the angels to Christ plainly appears. Here is the offic of the angels; they are God's ministers or servants, to do his pleasure. But, how much greater things are said of Christ by the Father! And let us own and honour him as God; for if he had not bee God, he had never done the Mediator's work, and had never worn the Mediator's crown. It is declared how Christ was qualified for the office of Mediator, and how he was confirmed in it: he has the nam Messiah from his being anointed. Only as Man he has his fellows, and a anointed with the Holy Spirit; but he is above all prophets, priests and kings, that ever were employed in the service of God on earth Another passage of Scripture, Ps 102:25-27, is recited, in which the Almighty power of the Lord Jesus Christ is declared, both in creatin the world and in changing it. Christ will fold up this world as garment, not to be abused any longer, not to be used as it has been. A a sovereign, when his garments of state are folded and put away, is sovereign still, so our Lord, when he has laid aside the earth an heavens like a vesture, shall be still the same. Let us not then se our hearts upon that which is not what we take it to be, and will no be what it now is. Sin has made a great change in the world for the worse, and Christ will make a great change in it for the better. Le the thoughts of this make us watchful, diligent, and desirous of tha better world. The Saviour has done much to make all men his friends yet he has enemies. But they shall be made his footstool, by humbl submission, or by utter destruction. Christ shall go on conquering an to conquer. The most exalted angels are but ministering spirits, mer servants of Christ, to execute his commands. The saints, at present are heirs, not yet come into possession. The angels minister to them in opposing the malice and power of evil spirits, in protecting an keeping their bodies, instructing and comforting their souls, unde Christ and the Holy Ghost. Angels shall gather all the saints togethe at the last day, when all whose hearts and hopes are set upon perishin treasures and fading glories, will be driven from Christ's presenc into everlasting misery __________________________________________________________________

    Greek Textus Receptus

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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    10. Sixth quotation (10-12), exhibiting the superior
    dignity of the Son as creator in contrast with the creature. Psalm ci. 26-28. The Psalm declares the eternity of Jahveh.

    And - in the beginning (kaikat arcav). And connects what follows with unto the Son he saith, etc., ver. 8. Kat' ajrcav in the beginning, N.T.o . Often in Class., LXX only Psalm xviii. 152. The more usual formula is ejn ajrch or ajp' ajrchv.

    Hast laid the foundation (eqemeliwsav). Only here in Hebrews. In Paul, Eph. iii. 18; Col. i. 23.

    CHAPTERS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
    VERSES: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14


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