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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Isaiah 58:7


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    King James Bible - Isaiah 58:7

    Is it not to deal thy bread to the hungry, and that thou bring the poor that are cast out to thy house? when thou seest the naked, that thou cover him; and that thou hide not thyself from thine own flesh?

    World English Bible

    Isn't it to distribute your
    bread to the hungry, and that you bring the poor who are cast out to your house? When you see the naked, that you cover him; and that you not hide yourself from your own flesh?

    Douay-Rheims - Isaiah 58:7

    Deal thy
    bread to the hungry, and bring the needy and the harbourless into thy house: when thou shalt see one naked, cover him, and despise not thy own flesh.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Is it not to deal thy
    bread to the hungry, and that thou shouldst bring the poor that are cast out to thy house? when thou seest the naked, that thou shouldst cover him; and that thou shouldst not hide thyself from thy own flesh?

    Original Hebrew

    הלוא
    3808 פרס 6536 לרעב 7457 לחמך 3899 ועניים 6041 מרודים 4788 תביא 935 בית 1004 כי 3588 תראה 7200 ערם 6174 וכסיתו 3680 ומבשׂרך 1320 לא 3808 תתעלם׃ 5956

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    VERSE (7) -
    :10 Job 22:7; 31:18-21 Ps 112:9 Pr 22:9; 25:21; 28:27 Ec 11:1,2

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 58:7

    Que partas tu pan con el hambriento, y a los pobres errantes metas en casa; que cuando vieres al desnudo, lo cubras; y no te escondas de tu hermano.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Isaiah 58:7

    Verse 7. Deal thy
    bread to the hungry] But this thou canst not do, if thou eat it thyself. When a man fasts, suppose he do it through a religious motive, he should give the food of that day, from which he abstains, to the poor and hungry, who, in the course of providence, are called to sustain many involuntary fasts, besides suffering general privations. Wo to him who saves a day's victuals by his religious fast! He should either give them or their value in money to the poor. See ver. 6.

    That thou bring the poor that are cast out to thy house "To bring the wandering poor into thy house"] ptwcouv astegouv, Septuagint; egenos vagosque, Vulgate; and ylflfm metaltelin, Chaldee. They read, instead of µydwrm merudim, µydwnh hanudim. rm mer is upon a rasure in the Bodleian MS. The same MS. reads htyb bayethah, in domum, "into the house." -L.


    Matthew Henry Commentary
    Hypocrisy reproved. (Is. 58:1,2) A counterfeit and a true fast, with promises to real godliness, and, (Is. 58:3-12) to the keeping the sabbath. (Is. 58:13,14)

    Is. 58:1,2 The Holy Spirit had hypocrites of every age in view Self-love and timid Christians may say, Spare thyself; dislike to the cross and other motives will say, "Spare the rich and powerful;" but God says, "Spare not:" and we must obey God, not men. We all nee earnestly to pray for God's assistance in examining ourselves. Men ma go far toward heaven, yet come short; and they may go to hell with good reputation.

    Is. 58:3-12 A fast is a day to afflict the soul; if it does not expres true sorrow for sin, and does not promote the putting away of sin, it is not a fast. These professors had shown sorrow on stated of occasioned fasts. But they indulged pride, covetousness, and malignan passions. To be liberal and merciful is more acceptable to God tha mere fasting, which, without them, is vain and hypocritical. Many wh seem humble in God's house, are hard at home, and harass their families. But no man's faith justifies, which does not work by love Yet persons, families, neighbourhoods, churches, or nations, sho repentance and sorrow for sin, by keeping a fast sincerely, and, from right motives, repenting, and doing good works. The heavy yoke of sin and oppression must be removed. As sin and sorrow dry the bones an weaken the strongest human constitution; so the duties of kindness an charity strengthen and refresh both body and mind. Those who do justl and love mercy, shall have the comfort, even in this world. Good work will bring the blessing of God, provided they are done from love to God and man, and wrought in the soul by the Holy Spirit.

    Is. 58:13,14 The sabbath is a sign between God and his professin people; his appointing it is a sign of his favour to them; and their observing it is a sign of their obedience to him. We must turn from travelling on that day; from doing our pleasure on that holy day without the control and restraint of conscience; or from indulging in the pleasures of sense. On sabbath days we must not follow ou callings, or our pleasures. In all we say and do, we must put difference between this day and other days. Even in Old Testament time the sabbath was called the Lord's day, and is fitly called so still and for a further reason, it is the Lord Christ's day, Rev. 1:10. If we thus remember the sabbath day to keep it holy, we shall have the comfort and profit of it, and have reason to say, It is good to dra near to God __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    הלוא 3808 פרס 6536 לרעב 7457 לחמך 3899 ועניים 6041 מרודים 4788 תביא 935 בית 1004 כי 3588 תראה 7200 ערם 6174 וכסיתו 3680 ומבשׂרך 1320 לא 3808 תתעלם׃ 5956


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