SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:9 Porque su llaga es dolorosa, que llegó hasta Judá; llegó hasta la puerta de mi pueblo, hasta Jerusalén.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Micah 1:9 Verse 9. Her wound is incurable] Nothing shall prevent their utter ruin, for they have filled up the measure of their iniquity.
He is come-even to Jerusalem.] The desolation and captivity of Israel shall first take place; that of Judah shall come after.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 9. For her wound [is] incurable , etc.] Or her “stroke [is] desperate” f54 . The ruin of Samaria, and the ten tribes, was inevitable; the decree being gone forth, and they hardened in their sins, and continuing in their impenitence; and their destruction was irrevocable; they were not to be restored again, nor are they to this day; nor will be till the time comes that all Israel shall be saved: or “she is grievously sick of her wounds”; just ready to die, upon the brink of ruin, and no hope of saving her; this is the cause and reason of the above lamentation of the prophet: and what increased his grief and sorrow the more was, for it is come unto Judah ; the calamity has reached the land of Judah; it stopped not with Israel or the ten tribes, but spread itself into the two tribes of Judah and Benjamin; for the Assyrian army, having taken Samaria, and carried Israel captive, in a short time, about seven or eight years, invaded Judea, and took the fenced cities of Judah in Hezekiah’s time, in which Micah prophesied; he is come unto the gate of my people, [even] to Jerusalem ; Sennacherib, king of Assyria, having taken the fenced cities, came up to the very gates of Jerusalem, and besieged it, where the courts of judicature were kept, and the people resorted to, to have justice done them; and Micah, being of the tribe of Judah, calls them his people, and was the more affected with their distress.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-16 - The prophet laments that Israel's case is desperate; but declare it no in Gath. Gratify not those that make merry with the sins or with the sorrows of God's Israel. Roll thyself in the dust, as mourners used to do; let every house in Jerusalem become a house of Aphrah, "a house of dust." When God makes the house dust it becomes us to humble ourselve to the dust under his mighty hand. Many places should share thi mourning. The names have meanings which pointed out the miseries comin upon them; thereby to awaken the people to a holy fear of Divine wrath All refuges but Christ, must be refuges of lies to those who trust in them; other heirs will succeed to every inheritance but that of heaven and all glory will be turned into shame, except that honour whic cometh from God only. Sinners may now disregard their neighbours sufferings, yet their turn to be punished will some come __________________________________________________________________
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