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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Judges 18:24


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    King James Bible - Judges 18:24

    And he said, Ye have taken away my gods which I made, and the priest, and ye are gone away: and what have I more? and what is this that ye say unto me, What aileth thee?

    World English Bible

    He said, "You have taken away my gods which I made, and the priest, and have gone away, and what more do I have? How then do you say to me, 'What ails you?'"

    Douay-Rheims - Judges 18:24

    And he answered: You have taken away my gods which I have made me and the priest, and all that I have, and do you say: What aileth thee?

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And he said, Ye have taken away my gods which I made, and the priest, and ye have gone away: and what have I more? and what is this that ye say to me, What aileth thee?

    Original Hebrew

    ויאמר
    559 את 853 אלהי 430 אשׁר 834 עשׂיתי 6213 לקחתם 3947 ואת 853 הכהן 3548 ותלכו 1980 ומה 4100 לי  עוד 5750  ומה 4100  זה 2088  תאמרו 559  אלי 413  מה׃ 4100  

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    VERSE (24) -
    Jud 17:13 Ps 115:8 Isa 44:18-20 Jer 50:38; 51:17 Eze 23:5

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 18:24

    Y él respondió: Mis dioses que yo hice, que lleváis juntamente con el sacerdote, y os vais; ¿qué más me queda? ¿Y a qué propósito me decís: Qué tienes?

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Judges 18:24

    Verse 24. Ye have taken away my gods] As Micah was a worshipper of the true
    God, as we have seen, he cannot mean any kind of idols by the word yhla elohai here used. He undoubtedly means those representations of Divine things, and symbols of the Divine presence such as the teraphim, ephod, &c.; for they are all evidently included under the word elohai, which we translate my gods.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 24. And he said, ye have taken away my gods that I made , etc.] Meaning his
    graven and molten images, which he had made, or caused to be made, out of the silver his mother gave him, or however had paid for the making of; and though this might be an argument proving his right unto them, it was a very poor one in favour of their deity; and it is astonishing he should call them gods he knew the making of, and who could not save themselves from being stolen and carried off: and the priest and ye are gone away ; they had not only took away his gods, but the priest that sacrificed for him unto them, and assisted him in acts of devotion to them, or to God by them, and were gone off with both: and what have I more ? signifying, that all he had in the world, wife, children, and substance, were all nothing in comparison of these; there was nothing he so much valued as he did these, nor could he take any pleasure or comfort in anything, being deprived of them, so much was his heart set on them: and what is this that ye say unto me, what aileth thee ? what a question is this you ask, as if the injury done me was none at all, and that I had no reason to complain; that it was a trifling insignificant thing, worthy of no regard, when it was a matter of the greater moment and importance to him in life.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    The
    Danites seek to enlarge their inheritance, and rob Micah.

    --The Danites determined to take Micah's gods with them. Oh the foll of these Danites! How could they imagine those gods should protec them, that could not keep themselves from being stolen! To take the for their own use, was a double crime; it showed they neither feare God, nor regarded man, but were lost both to godliness and honesty What a folly was it for Micah to call those his gods, which he ha made, when He only is to be worshipped by us as God, that made us! Tha is put in God's place, which we are concerned about, as if our all wer bound up in it. If people will walk in the name of their false gods much more should we love and serve the true God __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ויאמר 559 את 853 אלהי 430 אשׁר 834 עשׂיתי 6213 לקחתם 3947 ואת 853 הכהן 3548 ותלכו 1980 ומה 4100 לי  עוד 5750  ומה 4100  זה 2088  תאמרו 559  אלי 413  מה׃ 4100  


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