SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:14 y arrancaré tus bosques de en medio de ti: así destruiré tus ciudades.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. And I will pluck up thy groves out of the midst of thee , etc.] Planted for idolatrous worship, and which the Jews in the reigns of some of their kings raised, and made use of for such purposes; (see 1 Kings 15:13 16:33 18:19); though contrary to the law of God, ( Deuteronomy 16:21); but now there should be nothing of this kind, all idolatry being rooted out of the world. The Targum is, “I will root out the plantations of the people out of the midst of thee:” so will I destroy thy cities ; which some understand of cities given to idolatry; or rather it is to be understood in the same sense as in ( Micah 5:11); though by reason of that, and as something distinct from it, it is better to render the words with the Targum, “I will destroy thine enemies f181 .”
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 7-15 - The remnant of Israel, converted to Christ in the primitive times, wer among many nations as the drops of dew, and were made instruments in calling a large increase of spiritual worshippers. But to those wh neglected or opposed this salvation, they would, as lions, caus terror, their doctrine condemning them. The Lord also declares that he would cause not only the reformation of the Jews, but the purificatio of the Christian church. In like manner shall we be assured of victor in our personal conflicts, as we simply depend upon the Lord ou salvation, worship him, and serve him with diligence __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ונתשׁתי 5428 אשׁיריך 842 מקרבך 7130 והשׁמדתי 8045 עריך׃ 5892