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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Leviticus 25:47


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    King James Bible - Leviticus 25:47

    And if a sojourner or stranger wax rich by thee, and thy brother that dwelleth by him wax poor, and sell himself unto the stranger or sojourner by thee, or to the stock of the stranger's family:

    World English Bible

    "'If an alien or
    temporary resident with you becomes rich, and your brother beside him has grown poor, and sells himself to the stranger or foreigner living among you, or to a member of the stranger's family;

    Douay-Rheims - Leviticus 25:47

    If the
    hand of a stranger or a sojourner grow strong among you, and thy brother being impoverished sell himself to him, or to any of his race:

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And if a sojourner or a stranger shall become
    rich by thee, and thy brother that dwelleth by him shall become poor, and sell himself to the stranger or sojourner by thee, or to the stock of the stranger's family:

    Original Hebrew

    וכי
    3588 תשׂיג 5381 יד 3027 גר 1616 ותושׁב 8453 עמך 5973 ומך 4134 אחיך 251 עמו 5973 ונמכר 4376 לגר 1616 תושׁב 8453 עמך 5973 או 176 לעקר 6133 משׁפחת 4940 גר׃ 1616

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 25:47

    Y si el peregrino o extranjero que está contigo, adquiriese medios, y tu hermano que está con él empobreciere, y se vendiere al peregrino o extranjero que está contigo, o a la raza del linaje del extranjero;

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 47. And if a sojourner or
    stranger wax rich by thee , etc.] An uncircumcised one, as the Targums, a proselyte of the gate, who by living among and trading with the Israelites, might grow rich and wealthy in money, at least so as to be able to purchase an Hebrew servant, though not his lands, which he might not buy: and thy brother [that dwelleth] by him wax poor ; comes into low circumstances, and is reduced to great poverty, even extreme poverty; for only in such a case might he sell himself to an Israelite, and much less to a stranger, if this was not the case. Jarchi suggests, as in the phrase, “by thee”, points at the cause or occasion of the sojourner or stranger becoming rich, his nearness unto, or cleaving to all Israelite; and so here the phrase, “by him”, directs to the cause or occasion of the Israelite’s becoming poor, his being near and cleaving to the sojourner or stranger: but they seem rather to be used, to show the reason of the poor Israelite falling into the hands of a rich sojourner; they being near neighbours to one another, and having a familiarity, the following bargain is struck between them: and sell himself unto the stranger or sojourner thee ; the uncircumcised sojourner, as the Targum of Jonathan: or to the stock of a stranger’s family ; or “root” f895 , one that sprung from a family, originally proselytes; which some understand of one, who though he be descended from such a family, was now rooted among the people of God, and incorporated into the commonwealth of Israel; and yet such an one could not detain an Hebrew servant longer than the year of jubilee: but the Jewish writers generally interpret it of an idolater f896 .

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 39-55 - A native Israelite, if sold for
    debt, or for a crime, was to serve but six years, and to go out the seventh. If he sold himself, throug poverty, both his work and his usage must be such as were fitting for son of Abraham. Masters are required to give to their servants tha which is just and equal, Col 4:1. At the year of jubilee the servan should go out free, he and his children, and should return to his ow family. This typified redemption from the service of sin and Satan, by the grace of God in Christ, whose truth makes us free, Joh 8:32. We cannot ransom our fellow-sinners, but we may point out Christ to them while by his grace our lives may adorn his gospel, express our love show our gratitude, and glorify his holy name __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    וכי 3588 תשׂיג 5381 יד 3027 גר 1616 ותושׁב 8453 עמך 5973 ומך 4134 אחיך 251 עמו 5973 ונמכר 4376 לגר 1616 תושׁב 8453 עמך 5973 או 176 לעקר 6133 משׁפחת 4940 גר׃ 1616


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