SEV Biblia, Chapter 28:25 Haciendo peso al viento, y poniendo las aguas por medida;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Job 28:25 Verse 25. To make the weight for the winds ] God has given an atmosphere to the earth, which, possessing a certain degree of gravity perfectly suited to the necessities of all animals, plants, vegetables, and fluids, is the cause in his hand of preserving animal and vegetative life through the creation; for by it the blood circulates in the veins of animals, and the juices in the tubes of vegetables. Without this pressure of the atmosphere, there could be no respiration; and the elasticity of the particles of air included in animal and vegetable bodies, without this superincumbent pressure, would rupture the vessels in which they are contained, and destroy both kinds of life. So exactly is this weight of the winds or atmospheric air proportioned to the necessities of the globe, that we find it in the mean neither too light to prevent the undue expansion of animal and vegetable tubes, nor too heavy to compress them so as to prevent due circulation. See at the end of the chapter.
And he weigheth the waters by measure. ] He has exactly proportioned the aqueous surface of the earth to the terrene parts, so that there shall be an adequate surface to produce, by evaporation, moisture sufficient to be treasured up in the atmosphere for the irrigation of the earth, so that it may produce grass for cattle, and corn for the service of man. It has been found, by a pretty exact calculation, that the aqueous surface of the globe is to the terrene parts as three to one; or, that three-fourths of the surface of the globe is water, and about one-fourth earth. And other experiments on evaporation, or the quantity of vapours which arise from a given space in a given time, show that it requires such a proportion of aqueous surface to afford moisture sufficient for the other proportion of dry land. Thus God has given the waters by measure, as he has given the due proportion of weight to the winds.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 20-28 - There is a two-fold wisdom; one hid in God, which is secret, an belongs not to us; the other made known by him, and revealed to man One day's events, and one man's affairs, have such reference to, and s hang one upon another, that He only, to whom all is open, and who see the whole at one view, can rightly judge of every part. But the knowledge of God's revealed will is within our reach, and will do u good. Let man look upon this as his wisdom, To fear the Lord, and to depart from evil. Let him learn that, and he is learned enough. Wher is this wisdom to be found? The treasures of it are hid in Christ revealed by the word, received by faith, through the Holy Ghost. I will not feed pride or vanity, or amuse our vain curiosity. It teache and encourages sinners to fear the Lord, and to depart from evil, in the exercise of repentance and faith, without desiring to solve all difficulties about the events of this life __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew לעשׂות 6213 לרוח 7307 משׁקל 4948 ומים 4325 תכן 8505 במדה׃ 4060