SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:26 Y habló el SEÑOR a Moisés, diciendo:
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 26. And the Lord spake unto Moses , etc.] This phrase, which is a kind of preface to each precept, seems to be used to distinguish one from another, as the preceding one from the feast of Pentecost; and here, the day of atonement from that of the blowing of the trumpets; and afterwards, the feast of tabernacles from the day of atonement; the reason why it is not used before the feast of Pentecost seems to be, because, as Aben Ezra observes, that depended upon the wave sheaf, and was reckoned from it: saying ; as follows.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 23-32 - the blowing of trumpets represented the preaching of the gospel, by which men are called to repent of sin, and to accept the salvation of Christ, which was signified by the day of atonement. Also it invited to rejoice in God, and become strangers and pilgrims on earth, which wa denoted by the feast of Tabernacles, observed in the same month. At the beginning of the year, they were called by this sound of trumpet to shake off spiritual drowsiness, to search and try their ways, and to amend them. The day of atonement was the ninth day after this; thu they were awakened to prepare for that day, by sincere and seriou repentance, that it might indeed be to them a day of atonement. The humbling of our souls for sin, and the making our peace with God, i work that requires the whole man, and the closest application of mind On that day God spake peace to his people, and to his saints; therefor they must lay aside all their wordly business, that they might the mor clearly hear that voice of joy and gladness.
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