SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:29 Nunca tal acontezca que nos rebelemos contra el SEÑOR, o que nos apartemos hoy de seguir al SEÑOR, edificando altar para holocaustos, para presente, o para sacrificio, a más del altar del SEÑOR nuestro Dios que está delante de su Tabernáculo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 22:29 Verse 29. God forbid that we should rebel] These words not only express their strong abhorrence of this crime, but also show that without God they could do no good thing, and that they depended upon him for that strength by which alone they could abstain from evil.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 29. God forbid that we should rebel against the Lord , etc.] Against the command of the Lord, who ordered one altar to be made, to which all sacrifices were to be brought from the several parts of the land of Israel, and there to be offered on it; or “against the Word of the Lord,” as the Targum, Christ typified both by the altar and the sacrifices on it; and who is but one, one priest, one sacrifice, one altar, one Mediator and Saviour: and turn this day from following the Lord ; apostatize from him, and from his worship: to build an altar for burnt offerings, for meat offerings, or for sacrifices ; which was never our intention, or ever entered into our hearts to erect one for such a purpose: besides the altar of the Lord our God, that [is] before his tabernacle ; it standing in the court of the tabernacle before the holy place.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 21-29 - The tribes took the reproofs of their brethren in good part. With solemnity and meekness they proceeded to give all the satisfaction in their power. Reverence of God is expressed in the form of their appeal This brief confession of faith would remove their brethren's suspicio that they intended to worship other gods. Let us always speak of God with seriousness, and mention his name with a solemn pause. Those wh make appeals to Heaven with a careless "God knows," take his name in vain: it is very unlike this. They express great confidence of their own uprightness in the matter of their appeal. "God knows it," for he is perfectly acquainted with the thoughts and intents of the heart. In every thing we do in religion, it highly concerns us to approv ourselves to God, remembering that he knows the heart. And if ou sincerity be known to God, we should study likewise to let others know it by its fruits, especially those who, though they mistake us, sho zeal for the glory of God. They disdained the design of which they wer suspected to be guilty, and fully explained their true intent in building this altar. Those who have found the comfort and benefit of God's ordinances, cannot but desire to preserve them to their seed, an to use all possible care that their children may be looked upon a having a part in him. Christ is the great Altar that sanctifies ever gift; the best evidence of our interest in him is the work of his Spirit in our hearts.
Original Hebrew חלילה 2486 לנו ממנו 4480 למרד 4775 ביהוה 3068 ולשׁוב 7725 היום 3117 מאחרי 310 יהוה 3068 לבנות 1129 מזבח 4196 לעלה 5930 למנחה 4503 ולזבח 2077 מלבד 905 מזבח 4196 יהוה 3068 אלהינו 430 אשׁר 834 לפני 6440 משׁכנו׃ 4908