SEV Biblia, Chapter 52:1 Â¶ Despiértate, despiértate, vístete tu fortaleza, oh Sion; vístete tus ropas de hermosura, oh Jerusalén, ciudad santa, porque nunca más acontecerá, que venga en ti incircunciso, ni inmundo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Isaiah 52:1 Verse 1. There shall no more come into thee-For aby yabo, "shall come, " abl lebo, "to come, "is the reading of five of Kennicott's and two of De Rossi's MSS. This is the better reading, abl Pyswy al yk ki lo yosiph lebo, "There shall not add to come." The uncircumcised and the unclean.] Christians have turned many passages of the prophets against the Jews; and it is not to be wondered at, that in support of their obstinate and hopeless cause, they should press a prophecy into their service, and make it speak against the Christians. This Kimchi does in this place; for he says, by the uncircumcised, the Christians are meant; and by the unclean the Turks. The Christians are uncircumcised and the Turks, though circumcised, and using many ablutions, are unclean in their works.
Matthew Henry Commentary
The welcome news of Christ's kingdom. (Is. 52:1-12) The humiliation of the Messiah. (Is. 52:13-15)
Is. 52:1-12 The gospel proclaims liberty to those bound with fears. Le those weary and heavy laden under the burden of sin, find relief in Christ, shake themselves from the dust of their doubts and fears, an loose themselves from those bands. The price paid by the Redeemer for our salvation, was not silver or gold, or corruptible things, but his own precious blood. Considering the freeness of this salvation, and ho hurtful to temporal comfort sins are, we shall more value the redemption which is in Christ. Do we seek victory over every sin recollecting that the glory of God requires holiness in every followe of Christ? The good news is, that the Lord Jesus reigns. Christ himsel brought these tidings first. His ministers proclaim these good tidings keeping themselves clean from the pollutions of the world, they ar beautiful to those to whom they are sent. Zion's watchmen coul scarcely discern any thing of God's favour through the dark cloud of their afflictions; but now the cloud is scattered, they shall plainl see the performance. Zion's waste places shall then rejoice; all the world will have the benefit. This is applied to our salvation by Christ. Babylon is no place for Israelites. And it is a call to all in the bondage of sin and Satan, to use the liberty Christ has proclaimed They were to go with diligent haste, not to lose time nor linger; but they were not to go with distrustful haste. Those in the way of duty are under God's special protection; and he that believes this, will no hasten for fear.
Is. 52:13-15 Here begins that wonderful, minute, and faithfu description of the office, character, and glory of the Messiah, whic has struck conviction to many of the most hardened unbelievers. Chris is Wisdom itself; in the work of our redemption there appeared the wisdom of God in a mystery. Those that saw him, said, Surely never ma looked so miserable: never was sorrow like unto his sorrow. But God highly exalted him. That shall be discovered by the gospel of Christ which could never be told in any other way. And Christ having once she his blood for sinners, its power still continues. May all opposers se the wisdom of ceasing from their opposition, and be made partakers of the blood of sprinkling, and the baptism of the Holy Ghost; obeyin him, and praising his salvation __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew עורי 5782 עורי 5782 לבשׁי 3847 עזך 5797 ציון 6726 לבשׁי 3847 בגדי 899 תפארתך 8597 ירושׁלם 3389 עיר 5892 הקדשׁ 6944 כי 3588 לא 3808 יוסיף 3254 יבא 935 בך עוד 5750 ערל 6189 וטמא׃ 2931