SEV Biblia, Chapter 25:50 Y contará con el que lo compró, desde el año que se vendió a él hasta el año del jubileo; y ha de apreciarse el dinero de su venta conforme al número de los años, y se hará con él conforme al tiempo de un criado asalariado .
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 25:50 Verse 50. The price of his sale shall be, &c.] This was a very equitable law, both for the sojourner to whom the man was sold, and to the Israelite who had been thus sold. The Israelite might redeem himself, or one of his kindred might redeem him; but this must not be done to the prejudice of his master, the sojourner. They were therefore to reckon the years he must have served from that time till the jubilee; and then, taking the current wages of a servant per year at that time, multiply the remaining years by that sum, and the aggregate was the sum to be given to his master for his redemption. The Jews hold that the kindred of such a person were bound, if in their power, to redeem him, lest he should be swallowed up among the heathen; and we find, from Nehemiah v. 8, that this was done by the Jews on their return from the Babylonish captivity: We, after our ability, have redeemed our brethren the Jews, who were sold unto the heathen.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 50. And he shall reckon with him that bought him , etc.] That is, either the man himself should reckon with him, or whoever undertook to redeem him: from the year that he was sold to him unto the year of jubilee ; and so count how many years he had served, and how many were yet to come; and by this it appears, that one thus sold was not released at the end of six years, or the sabbatical year did not free him: and the price of his sale shall be according to the number of years ; whether more or fewer, as after explained: according to the time of an hired servant shall it be with him ; the time of service he had served his master shall be reckoned, as if he had been hired for so much a year; and according to the number of years he had been with him, so much per annum was to be deducted from the original purchase, and the rest to be made for his redemption to him that bought him.
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 וחשׁב 2803 עם 5973 קנהו 7069 משׁנת 8141 המכרו 4376 לו עד 5704 שׁנת 8141 היבל 3104 והיה 1961 כסף 3701 ממכרו 4465 במספר 4557 שׁנים 8141 כימי 3117 שׂכיר 7916 יהיה 1961 עמו׃ 5973