SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:3 Yo os he entregado, como lo había dicho a Moisés, todo lugar que pisare la planta de vuestro pie.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 1:3 Verse 3. The sole of your foot shalt tread upon] That is, the whole land occupied by the seven Canaanitish nations, and as far as the Euphrates on the east; for this was certainly the utmost of the grant now made to them; and all that was included in what is termed the promised land, the boundaries of which have already been defined. See Deut. xxxiv. 1-4, and see ver. 4 below. It has been supposed that the words, Every place that the sole of your foot shall tread upon, were intended to express the ease with which they were to conquer the whole land, an instance of which occurs in the taking of Jericho. It was only their unfaithfulness to God that rendered the conquest in any case difficult.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 3. Every place that the sole of your feet shall tread upon , etc.] That is, in the land of Canaan: that have I given unto you, as I said unto Moses : (see Gill on “ Deuteronomy 11:24”); though the Jews extend this to all without the land subdued by them, and even to all the countries they now tread on, and are exiles in; but the limits of what the Lord gave them are fixed in ( Joshua 1:4).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-4 - Joshua had attended upon Moses. He who was called to honour, had bee long used to business. Our Lord Jesus took upon him the form of servant. Joshua was trained up under command. Those are fittest to rule, who have learned to obey. The removal of useful men shoul quicken survivors to be the more diligent in doing good. Arise, go ove Jordan. At this place and at this time the banks were overflowed Joshua had no bridge or boats, and yet he must believe that God, havin ordered the people over, would open a way.
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