SEV Biblia, Chapter 43:7 Y salieron para tierra de Egipto; porque no escucharon la voz del SEŅOR; y llegaron hasta Tafnes.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 43:7 Verse 7. Came they even to Tahpanhes] This city was called Daphne by the Greeks, and was situated at the extremity of Lower Egypt, near to Heliopolis. It was called Daphne Pelusiaca. They halted at this place, most probably for the purpose of obtaining the king's permission to penetrate farther into Egypt. It was at this place that, according to St. Jerome, tradition says the faithful Jeremiah was stoned to death by these rebellious wretches; for whose welfare he had watched, prayed, gone through many indignities, and suffered every kind of hardship. And now he sealed the truth of his Divine mission with his blood.
Matthew Henry Commentary
The leaders carry the people to Egypt. (Jer. 43:1-7) Jeremiah foretell the conquest of Egypt. (Jer. 43:8-13)
Jer. 43:1-7 Only by pride comes contention, both with God and man. The preferred their own wisdom to the revealed will of God. Men deny the Scriptures to be the word of God, because they are resolved not to conform themselves to Scripture rules. When men will persist in sin they charge the best actions to bad motives. These Jews deserted their own land, and threw themselves out of God's protection. It is the foll of men, that they often ruin themselves by wrong endeavours to men their situation.
Jer. 43:8-13 God can find his people wherever they are. The Spirit of prophecy was not confined to the land of Israel. It is foretold tha Nebuchadnezzar should destroy and carry into captivity many of the Egyptians. Thus God makes one wicked man, or wicked nation, a scourg and plague to another. He will punish those who deceive his professin people, or tempt them to rebellion __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויבאו 935 ארץ 776 מצרים 4714 כי 3588 לא 3808 שׁמעו 8085 בקול 6963 יהוה 3068 ויבאו 935 עד 5704 תחפנחס׃ 8471