SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:4 y asentando campamento contra ellos destruían los frutos de la tierra, hasta llegar a Gaza; y no dejaban qué comer en Israel, ni ovejas, ni bueyes, ni asnos.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Judges 6:4 Verse 4. Encamped against them] Wandering hordes of Midianites, Amalekites, and Ishmaelites came, in the times of harvest and autumn, and carried away their crops, their fruit, and their cattle. And they appear to have come early, encamped in the plains, and watched the crops till they were ready to be carried off. This is frequently the case even to the present day.
Till thou come unto Gaza] That is, the whole breadth of the land, from Jordan to the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Thus the whole land was ravaged, and the inhabitants deprived of the necessaries of life.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. And they encamped against them , etc.] Formed a camp, from whence they sent out parties to plunder the people; or “they were fixing their tents among them,” as the Vulgate Latin version; and so the Targum, “they dwelt by them,” or fixed their habitations by them; for they seem not to have come as a regular army, but as a sort of banditti to pillage, and plunder, and destroy the fruits of the earth; and the Midianites and Arabians dwelt in tents chiefly: and destroyed the increase of the earth ; the corn and grass before they were well ripe, and fit to cut down; this they did, and gave it to their cattle, and the rest they carried off: till thou come unto Gaza ; a principality of the Philistines, which lay in the western part of Canaan, on the shore of the Mediterranean sea; so that as these people came out of the east, and entered the eastern part, they went through the whole land from east to west, cutting down all the fruits of the earth for forage for their cattle: and left no sustenance for Israel ; nothing to support life with, cutting down their corn and their grass, their vines and olives, so that they had nothing to live upon: neither sheep, nor ox, nor ass ; not anything for those creatures to live upon, nor did not leave any of them, but carried them all away.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-6 - Israel's sin was renewed, and Israel's troubles were repeated. Let all that sin expect to suffer. The Israelites hid themselves in dens an caves; such was the effect of a guilty conscience. Sin dispirits men The invaders left no food for Israel, except what was taken into the caves. They prepared that for Baal with which God should have bee served, now God justly sends an enemy to take it away in the seaso thereof.
Original Hebrew ויחנו 2583 עליהם 5921 וישׁחיתו 7843 את 853 יבול 2981 הארץ 776 עד 5704 בואך 935 עזה 5804 ולא 3808 ישׁאירו 7604 מחיה 4241 בישׂראל 3478 ושׂה 7716 ושׁור 7794 וחמור׃ 2543