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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Judges 6:39


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    King James Bible - Judges 6:39

    And Gideon said unto God, Let not thine anger be hot against me, and I will speak but this once: let me prove, I pray thee, but this once with the fleece; let it now be dry only upon the fleece, and upon all the ground let there be dew.

    World English Bible

    Gideon said to God, "Don't let your anger be kindled against me, and I will speak but this once. Please let me make a trial just this once with the
    fleece. Let it now be dry only on the fleece, and on all the ground let there be dew."

    Douay-Rheims - Judges 6:39

    And he said again to God: let not thy wrath be kindled against me if I try once more, seeking a sign in the
    fleece. I pray that the fleece only may be dry, and all the ground wet with dew.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And Gideon said to God, Let not thy anger be
    hot against me, and I will speak but this once: Let me make trial, I pray thee, but this once with the fleece; let it now be dry only upon the fleece, and upon all the ground let there be dew.

    Original Hebrew

    ויאמר
    559 גדעון 1439 אל 413 האלהים 430 אל 408 יחר 2734 אפך 639 בי  ואדברה 1696  אך 389  הפעם 6471  אנסה 5254  נא 4994  רק 7535  הפעם 6471  בגזה 1492  יהי 1961  נא 4994  חרב 2721  אל 413  הגזה 1492  לבדה 905  ועל 5921  כל 3605  הארץ 776  יהיה 1961  טל׃ 2919  

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    VERSE (39) -
    Ge 18:32

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:39

    Mas Gedeón dijo a Dios: No se encienda tu ira contra mí, si aún hablare esta vez; solamente probaré ahora otra vez con el vellón. Te ruego que la sequedad sea sólo en el vellón, y el rocío sobre la tierra.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 39. And
    Gideon said unto God , etc.] In the same way as before, and on the morning when he had been favoured with the sight of the above miracle: let not thine anger be hot against me, and I will speak but this once ; he was conscious to himself that it showed great presumption and boldness in him to repeat his request, and that it had the appearance of great diffidence and distrust in him, after he had been indulged with such a sign to confirm his faith; but as it was not so much on his own account as others, and promising to ask no more favours of this kind, he hoped his boldness would not be resented: let me prove, l pray thee, but this once with the fleece one time more with it, and that not to try the power of God, of which he had no doubt, but the will of God, whether it was the good pleasure of God to save Israel by his hand, and whether now was the time, or another: let it now be dry only upon the fleece, and upon all the ground let there be dew ; which might seem to be a greater, at least a plainer miracle than the former, and less liable to cavil and objection; for it might be urged, that a fleece of wool naturally draws in and drinks up moisture about it; wherefore that to be dry, and the ground all around it wet, would be a sure sign and evidence of the wonderful interposition of the power and providence of God, in directing the fall of the dew on the one, and not on the other.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 33-40 - These
    signs are truly miraculous, and very significant. Gideon and his men were going to fight the Midianites; could God distinguish between small fleece of Israel, and the vast floor of Midian? Gideon is made to know that God could do so. Is Gideon desirous that the dew of Divin grace might come down upon himself in particular? He sees the fleec wet with dew to assure him of it. Does he desire that God will be a the dew to all Israel? Behold, all the ground is wet. What cause we sinners of the Gentiles have, to bless the Lord that the dew of heavenly blessings, once confined to Israel, is now sent to all the inhabitants of the earth! Yet still the means of grace are in differen measures, according to the purposes of God. In the same congregation one man's soul is like Gideon's moistened fleece, another like the dr ground __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ויאמר 559 גדעון 1439 אל 413 האלהים 430 אל 408 יחר 2734 אפך 639 בי  ואדברה 1696  אך 389  הפעם 6471  אנסה 5254  נא 4994  רק 7535  הפעם 6471  בגזה 1492  יהי 1961  נא 4994  חרב 2721  אל 413  הגזה 1492  לבדה 905  ועל 5921  כל 3605  הארץ 776  יהיה 1961  טל׃ 2919  


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