SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:15 Tú sembrarás, mas no segarás; pisarás olivas, mas no te ungirás con el aceite; y mosto, mas no beberás el vino.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Micah 6:15 Verse 15. Thou shalt sow, but thou shalt not reap] Thou shalt labour to amass property, but thou shalt not have God's blessing; and whatever thou collectest, thy enemies shall carry away. And at last carry thyself into captivity.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 15. Thou shall sow, but thou shalt not reap , etc.] Either that which is sown shall not spring up, but rot in the earth; or if it does spring up, and come to maturity, yet, before that, they should be removed into captivity, or slain by the sword, and their enemies should reap the increase of their land, their wheat and their grain: thou shall tread the olives ; in the olive press, to get out the oil: but thou shalt not anoint with oil ; as at feasts for refreshment, and at baths for health, this becoming another’s property; or, it being a time of distress and mourning, would not be used, it being chiefly at festivals, and occasions of joy, that oil was used: and sweet wine ; that is, shalt tread the grapes in the winepress, to get out the sweet or new wine: but shalt not drink wine ; for, before it is fit to drink, the enemy would have it in his possession; (see Leviticus 26:16 Deuteronomy 28:30); these are the punishments or corrections of the rod they are threatened with for their sins.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 9-16 - God, having showed how necessary it was that they should do justly here shows how plain it was that they had done unjustly. This voice of the Lord says to all, Hear the rod when it is coming, before you se it, and feel it. Hear the rod when it is come, and you are sensible of the smart; hear what counsels, what cautions it speaks. The voice of God is to be heard in the rod of God. Those who are dishonest in their dealings shall never be reckoned pure, whatever shows of devotion the may make. What is got by fraud and oppression, cannot be kept of enjoyed with satisfaction. What we hold closest we commonly los soonest. Sin is a root of bitterness, soon planted, but not soo plucked up again. Their being the people of God in name and profession while they kept themselves in his love, was an honour to them; but now being backsliders, their having been once the people of God turns to their reproach __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew אתה 859 תזרע 2232 ולא 3808 תקצור 7114 אתה 859 תדרך 1869 זית 2132 ולא 3808 תסוך 5480 שׁמן 8081 ותירושׁ 8492 ולא 3808 תשׁתה 8354 יין׃ 3196