SEV Biblia, Chapter 43:9 Toma con tu mano piedras grandes, y cúbrelas de barro en un horno de ladrillos que está a la puerta de la casa de Faraón en Tafnes, a vista de hombres judíos;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jeremiah 43:9 Verse 9. Take great stones] This discourse seems to have been delivered about a year after the destruction of Jerusalem. They pretended that they dared not stay in Judea for fear of the Chaldeans. The prophet here assures them that Nebuchadnezzar shall come to Egypt, extend his conquests in that kingdom, and place his tent over the very place where these stones were laid up, and destroy them. How these prophecies were fulfllled, see at the end of chap. 44.
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 קח 3947 בידך 3027 אבנים 68 גדלות 1419 וטמנתם 2934 במלט 4423 במלבן 4404 אשׁר 834 בפתח 6607 בית 1004 פרעה 6547 בתחפנחס 8471 לעיני 5869 אנשׁים 582 יהודים׃ 3064