SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:6 por tanto, de la visión se os hará noche, y oscuridad del adivinar; y sobre los profetas se pondrá el sol, y el día se entenebrecerá sobre ellos.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Micah 3:6 Verse 6. Night shall be unto you] Ye shall have no spiritual light, nor will God give you any revelation of his will.
The sun shall go down over the prophets] They prospered for a while, causing the people to err; but they shall also be carried into captivity, and then the sun of their prosperity shall go down for ever, and the very day that gives light and comfort to others, shall be darkness and calamity to them.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 6. Therefore night [shall be] unto you, that ye shall not have a vision , etc.] Not that those outward gifts and illuminations, and that prophetic light they had, or seemed to have should be taken away from them, and it should be quite a night with them; because these men were never sent of God, or received any message from him, or had any prophetic talents at all, and therefore could not be taken away from them, and they be benighted in this sense; though, it is true, such might be the circumstances they would be brought into, that it should appear to the people that they are the dark persons they were, that they have no vision, nor never had any; but rather the sense is, that such dark providences and dreadful calamities should come upon the people in general, and upon those prophets in particular, often signified by “night” in Scripture, that they would not have the face to pretend any more that they had any vision from God of good times and things. It may be rendered, “therefore night [shall be] unto you because of vision” f123 ; calamity should come upon them because of their false and pretended visions of peace and prosperity they deluded the people with: and it shall be dark unto you, that ye shall not divine ; such darkness of affliction should be upon them, that they would not offer to deliver out any divination or prediction of good things coming upon them; or such darkness and distress would be their portion “because of divination” f124 , on account of their lying divinations they had imposed upon the people: and the sun shall go down over the prophets, and the day shall be dark over them ; their time of prosperity will be over, and they shall be no more in favour with the people, or courted and feasted by them; but shall be had in the utmost contempt and abhorrence. The Targum of the whole is, “therefore ye shall blush at prophesying, and be ashamed of teaching; and tribulation as darkness shall cover the false prophets, and the time shall be darkened upon them.”
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-8 - Men cannot expect to do ill, and fare well; but to find that done to them which they did to others. How seldom do wholesome truths reach the ears of those in high stations or in authority! Those who deceiv others are preparing confusion for their own faces. The prophet ha ardent love to God and to the souls of men; deep concern for his glor and their salvation, and zeal against sin. The difficulties he met with did not drive him from his work. He had this strength; not from and of himself, but he was full of power by the Spirit of the Lord. Those wh act honestly, may act boldly. And those who come to hear the word of God, must be willing to be told of their faults, must take it kindly and be thankful.
Original Hebrew לכן 3651 לילה 3915 לכם מחזון 2377 וחשׁכה 2821 לכם מקסם 7080 ובאה 935 השׁמשׁ 8121 על 5921 הנביאים 5030 וקדר 6937 עליהם 5921 היום׃ 3117