SEV Biblia, Chapter 18:25 y la tierra fue contaminada; y yo visité su maldad sobre ella, y la tierra vomitó sus moradores.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 18:25 Verse 25. The land itself vomiteth out her inhabitants.] This is a very nervous prosopopoeia or personification; a figure by which any part of inanimate nature may be represented as possessing the passions and reason of man. Here the land is represented as an intelligent being, with a deep and refined sense of moral good and evil: information concerning the abominations of the people is brought to this personified land, with which it is so deeply affected that a nausea is produced, and it vomits out its abominable and accursed inhabitants. It was natural for the inspired penman to make use of such a figure, as the description he was obliged to give of so many and enormous abominations must have affected him nearly in the same way in which he represents the land to be affected.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 25. And the land is defiled , etc.] The inhabitants of it, with the immoralities and idolatries before mentioned: therefore I do visit the iniquity thereof upon it ; or punish the inhabitants that are on it for their sins: and the land itself vomiteth out her inhabitants ; as a stomach loaded with corrupt and bad food it has taken in, nauseates it, and cannot bear and retain it, but casts it up, and never receives it again; so the land of Canaan is represented as loathing its inhabitants, and as having an aversion to them, and indignation against them, and as not being able to bear them, but entirely willing to be rid of them and throw them out of their places in it, never to be admitted more, being as nauseous and as useless as the cast of a man’s stomach; (see Revelation 3:16).
Matthew Henry Commentary Unlawful marriages and fleshly lusts.
--Here is a law against all conformity to the corrupt usages of the heathen. Also laws against incest, against brutal lusts, and barbarou idolatries; and the enforcement of these laws from the ruin of the Canaanites. God here gives moral precepts. Close and constant adherenc to God's ordinances is the most effectual preservative from gross sin The grace of God only will secure us; that grace is to be expected onl in the use of the means of grace. Nor does He ever leave any to their hearts' lusts, till they have left him and his services __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ותטמא 2930 הארץ 776 ואפקד 6485 עונה 5771 עליה 5921 ותקא 6958 הארץ 776 את 853 ישׁביה׃ 3427