SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:4 Cuando saliste de Seir, oh SE—OR, cuando te apartaste del campo de Edom, la tierra temblů, y los cielos destilaron, y las nubes gotearon aguas.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Judges 5:4 Verse 4. When thou wentest out of Seir] Here is an allusion to the giving of the law, and the manifestation of God's power and glory at that time; and as this was the most signal display of his majesty and mercy in behalf of their forefathers, Deborah very properly begins her song with a commemoration of this transaction.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. Lord, when thou wentest out of Seir, when thou marchedst out of the fields of Edom , etc.] Here properly begins the song, what goes before being but a preface to it; and it begins with an apostrophe to the Lord, taking notice of some ancient appearances of God for his people, which were always matter of praise and thankfulness; and the rather are they taken notice of here, because of some likeness between them and what God had now wrought; and this passage refers either to the giving of the law on Sinai, as the Targum and Jarchi; (see Deuteronomy 33:2); or rather, as Aben Ezra, Kimchi, and others, to the Lordís going before Israel, after they had encompassed the land of Edom, and marched from thence towards the land of Canaan, when they fought with Sihon and Og, kings of the Amorites, and conquered them; which struck terror into all the nations round about them, and the prophecies of Moses in his song began to be fulfilled, ( Exodus 15:14,15); and which dread and terror are expressed in the following figurative phrases: the earth trembled ; and the like figure Homer uses at the approach of Neptune, whom he calls the shaker of the earth, perhaps borrowed from hence; it may design the inhabitants of it, the Amorites, Moabites, Edomites, Philistines, Canaanites, and others: and the heavens dropped, the clouds also dropped water ; which, as it may literally refer to the storm and tempest of rain that might be then as now, (see Judges 4:15), so may figuratively express the panic great personages, comparable to the heavens and the clouds in them were thrown into, when their hearts melted like water, or were like clouds dissolved into it.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-5 - No time should be lost in returning thanks to the Lord for his mercies for our praises are most acceptable, pleasant, and profitable, when they flow from a full heart. By this, love and gratitude would be mor excited and more deeply fixed in the hearts of believers; the event would be more known and longer remembered. Whatever Deborah, Barak, or the army had done, the Lord must have all the praise. The will, the power, and the success were all from Him.
Original Hebrew יהוה 3068 בצאתך 3318 משׂעיר 8165 בצעדך 6805 משׂדה 7704 אדום 123 ארץ 776 רעשׁה 7493 גם 1571 שׁמים 8064 נטפו 5197 גם 1571 עבים 5645 נטפו 5197 מים׃ 4325