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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Jonah 1:6


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    King James Bible - Jonah 1:6

    So the shipmaster came to him, and said unto him, What meanest thou, O sleeper? arise, call upon thy God, if so be that God will think upon us, that we perish not.

    World English Bible

    So the shipmaster came to him, and said to him, "What do you mean, sleeper? Arise, call on your God! Maybe your God will notice us, so that we won't perish."

    Douay-Rheims - Jonah 1:6

    And the shipmaster came to him, and said to him: Why
    art thou fast asleep? rise up, call upon thy God, if so be that God will think of us, that we may not perish.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    So the ship-master came to him, and said to him, What meanest thou, O sleeper? arise, call upon thy God, it may be that God will think upon us, that we perish not.

    Original Hebrew

    ויקרב
    7126 אליו 413 רב 7227 החבל 2259 ויאמר 559 לו  מה 4100  לך  נרדם 7290 קום 6965 קרא 7121 אל 413 אלהיך 430 אולי 194 יתעשׁת 6245 האלהים 430 לנו  ולא 3808  נאבד׃ 6  

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    VERSE (6) -
    Isa 3:15 Eze 18:2 Ac 21:13 Ro 13:11 Eph 5:14

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:6

    Y el maestre de la nave se llegó a él, y le dijo: ¿Qué tienes, dormilón? Levántate, y clama a tu Dios; por ventura él tendrá compasión de nosotros, y no pereceremos.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jonah 1:6

    Verse 6. The shipmaster] Either the
    captain or the pilot.

    Arise, call upon thy God] He supposed that Jonah had his god, as well as they had theirs; and that, as the danger was imminent, every man should use the influence he had, as they were all equally involved in it.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 6. So the shipmaster came to him , etc.] The master of the vessel, who had the command of it; or the governor of it, as Jarchi; though Josephus f28 distinguishes between the governor and the shipmaster: “the master of the ropers” f29 , as it may be rendered; of the sailors, whose business it was to draw the ropes, to loose or gather the sails, at his command: missing him, very probably, he sought after him, and found him in the hold, in the bottom of the ship, on one side of it, fast asleep: and said unto him, what meanest thou, O sleeper ? this is not a time to sleep, when the ship is like to be broke to pieces, all lives lost, and thine own too: thus the prophet, who was sent to rebuke the greatest monarch in the world, is himself rebuked by a shipmaster, and a Heathen man. Such an expostulation as this is proper enough to be used with professors of religion that are gotten in a spiritual sense into a sleepy and drowsy frame of spirit; it being an aggravation of it, especially when the nation they are of, the church of Christ they belong to, and their own persons also, are in danger; (see Romans 13:11) ( Ephesians 5:14); arise, call upon thy God ; the gods of this shipmaster and his men were insufficient to help them; they had ears, but they heard not; nor could they answer them, or relieve them; he is therefore desirous the prophet would pray to his God, though he was unknown to him; or at least it suggests that it would better come him to awake, and be up, and praying to his God, than to lie sleeping there; and the manner in which the words are expressed, without a copulative, show the hurry of his spirit, the ardour of his mind, and the haste he was in to have that done he advises to: every good man has a God to pray unto, a covenant God and Father, and who is a prayer hearing God; is able to help in time of need, and willing to do it; and it is the duty and interest of such to call upon him in a time of trouble; yea, they should arise and stir up themselves to this service; and it may be observed, that the best of men may sometimes be in such a condition and circumstances as to need to be stirred up to it by others; (see Luke 22:46); if so be that God will think upon us, that we perish not ; the supreme God; for the gods they had prayed to they looked upon as mediators with the true God they knew not. The shipmaster saw, that, to all human probability, they were all lost men, just ready to perish; that if they were saved, (as who knew but they might, upon Jonah’s praying to his God?) it must be owing to the kind thoughts of God towards them; to the serenity of his countenance, and gracious acceptance of prayer, and his being propitious and merciful through that means; all which seems to be the import of the word used: so the saving of sinners in a lost and perishing condition, in which all men are, though all are not sensible of it, is owing to God’s thoughts of peace, to his good will, free favour, and rich grace in Christ Jesus, and through him, as the propitiatory sacrifice. The Targum is, “if so be mercy may be granted from the Lord, and we perish not.”

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 4-7 -
    God sent a pursuer after Jonah, even a mighty tempest. Sin bring storms and tempests into the soul, into the family, into churches an nations; it is a disquieting, disturbing thing. Having called upo their gods for help, the sailors did what they could to hel themselves. Oh that men would be thus wise for their souls, and woul be willing to part with that wealth, pleasure, and honour, which the cannot keep without making shipwreck of faith and a good conscience and ruining their souls for ever! Jonah was fast asleep. Sin i stupifying, and we are to take heed lest at any time our hearts ar hardened by the deceitfulness of it. What do men mean by sleeping on i sin, when the word of God and the convictions of their own consciences warn them to arise and call on the Lord, if they would escap everlasting misery? Should not we warn each other to awake, to arise to call upon our God, if so be he will deliver us? The sailor concluded the storm was a messenger of Divine justice sent to some on in that ship. Whatever evil is upon us at any time, there is a caus for it; and each must pray, Lord, show me wherefore thou contendes with me. The lot fell upon Jonah. God has many ways of bringing to light hidden sins and sinners, and making manifest that folly which wa thought to be hid from the eyes of all living.


    Original Hebrew

    ויקרב 7126 אליו 413 רב 7227 החבל 2259 ויאמר 559 לו  מה 4100  לך  נרדם 7290 קום 6965 קרא 7121 אל 413 אלהיך 430 אולי 194 יתעשׁת 6245 האלהים 430 לנו  ולא 3808  נאבד׃ 6  


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