SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:1 Â¶ Y me dijo el SEÑOR: Si Moisés y Samuel se pusieran delante de mí, mi voluntad no será con este pueblo; échalos de delante de mí, y salgan.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 15:1 Verse 1. Though Moses and Samuel] Moses had often supplicated for the people; and in consequence they were spared. See Exod. xxxii. 11 and following verses, Num. xiv. 13. Samuel also had prayed for the people, and God heard him, 1 Sam. vii. 9; but if these or the most holy men were now to supplicate for this people, he would not spare them.
Cast them out of my sight, and let them go forth.] Do not bring them into my presence by your prayers; let them go forth into captivity.
Matthew Henry Commentary
The destruction of the wicked described. (Jer. 15:1-9) The prophe laments such messages, and is reproved. (Jer. 15:10-14) He supplicate pardon, and is promised protection. (Jer. 15:15-21)
Jer. 15:1-9 The Lord declares that even Moses and Samuel must have pleaded in vain. The putting of this as a case, though they shoul stand before him, shows that they do not, and that saints in heaven d not pray for saints on earth. The Jews were condemned to differen kinds of misery by the righteous judgment of God, and the remnant woul be driven away, like the chaff, into captivity. Then was the populou city made desolate. Bad examples and misused authority often produc fatal effects, even after men are dead, or have repented of their crimes: this should make all greatly dread being the occasion of sin in others.
Jer. 15:10-14 Jeremiah met with much contempt and reproach, when the ought to have blessed him, and God for him. It is a great an sufficient support to the people of God, that however troublesome their way may be, it shall be well with them in their latter end. God turn to the people. Shall the most hardy and vigorous of their efforts be able to contend with the counsel of God, or with the army of the Chaldeans? Let them hear their doom. The enemy will treat the prophe well. But the people who had great estates would be used hardly. All parts of the country had added to the national guilt; and let each tak shame to itself.
Jer. 15:15-21 It is matter of comfort that we have a God, to whose knowledge of all things we may appeal. Jeremiah pleads with God for mercy and relief against his enemies, persecutors, and slanderers. I will be a comfort to God's ministers, when men despise them, if the have the testimony of their own consciences. But he complains, that he found little pleasure in his work. Some good people lose much of the pleasantness of religion by the fretfulness and uneasiness of their natural temper, which they indulge. The Lord called the prophet to cease from his distrust, and to return to his work. If he attende thereto, he might be assured the Lord would deliver him from his enemies. Those who are with God, and faithful to him, he will delive from trouble or carry through it. Many things appear frightful, whic do not at all hurt a real believer in Christ __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 יהוה 3068 אלי 413 אם 518 יעמד 5975 משׁה 4872 ושׁמואל 8050 לפני 6440 אין 369 נפשׁי 5315 אל 413 העם 5971 הזה 2088 שׁלח 7971 מעל 5921 פני 6440 ויצאו׃ 3318