SEV Biblia, Chapter 19:27 Al cual yo tengo que ver por mí, y mis ojos lo han de ver, y no otro, aunque mis riņones se consuman dentro de mí.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 19:27 Verse 27. Whom I shall see for myself ] Have a personal interest in the resurrection, as I shall have in the Redeemer.
And mine eyes shall behold ] That very person who shall be the resurrection, as he is the life.
And not another ] rz alw velo zar, and not a stranger, one who has no relation to human nature; but ylag goali, my redeeming Kinsman.
Though my reins be consumed within me. ] Though I am now apparently on the brink of death, the thread of life being spun out to extreme tenuity.
This, on the mode of interpretation which I have assumed, appears to be the meaning of this passage. The words may have a somewhat different colouring put on them; but the basis of the interpretation will be the same.
I shall conclude with the version of Coverdale: ] For I am sure that my Redeemer liveth; And that I shal ryse out of the earth in the latter daye; That I shal be clothed againe with this skynne And se God in my flesh.
Yee, I myself shal beholde him, Not with other, but with these same eyes.
My reins are consumed within me, when ye saye, Why do not we persecute him? We have founde an occasion against him.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 23-29 - The Spirit of God, at this time, seems to have powerfully wrought of the mind of Job. Here he witnessed a good confession; declared the soundness of his faith, and the assurance of his hope. Here is much of Christ and heaven; and he that said such things are these, declare plainly that he sought the better country, that is, the heavenly. Jo was taught of God to believe in a living Redeemer; to look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come; he comforted himself with the expectation of these. Job was assured, tha this Redeemer of sinners from the yoke of Satan and the condemnation of sin, was his Redeemer, and expected salvation through him; and that he was a living Redeemer, though not yet come in the flesh; and that a the last day he would appear as the Judge of the world, to raise the dead, and complete the redemption of his people. With what pleasur holy Job enlarges upon this! May these faithful sayings be engraved by the Holy Spirit upon our hearts. We are all concerned to see that the root of the matter be in us. A living, quickening, commanding principl of grace in the heart, is the root of the matter; as necessary to ou religion as the root of the tree, to which it owes both its fixednes and its fruitfulness. Job and his friends differed concerning the methods of Providence, but they agreed in the root of the matter, the belief of another world __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew אשׁר 834 אני 589 אחזה 2372 לי ועיני 5869 ראו 7200 ולא 3808 זר 2114 כלו 3615 כליתי 3629 בחקי׃ 2436