SEV Biblia, Chapter 12:6 Y él les dijo: Oíd ahora mis palabras: si tuviereis profeta del SEÑOR, le apareceré en visión, en sueños hablaré con él.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Numbers 12:6 Verse 6. If there be a prophet] We see here the different ways in which God usually made himself known to the prophets, viz., by visions-emblematic appearances, and by dreams, in which the future was announced by dark speeches, tdyjb bechidoth, by enigmas or figurative representations, ver. 8. But to Moses God had communicated himself in a different way- he spoke to him face to face, apparently, showing him his glory: not in dark or enigmatical speeches; this could not be admitted in the case in which Moses was engaged, for he was to receive laws by Divine inspiration, the precepts and expressions of which must all be ad captum vulgi, within the reach of the meanest capacity. As Moses, therefore, was chosen of God to be the lawgiver, so was he chosen to see these laws duly enforced for the benefit of the people among whom he presided.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 6. And he said, hear now my words , etc.] The Targum of Jonathan reads, “I beseech you”; and Jarchi says, this particle always so signifies; but it is not so agreeable to the language of the divine Being: if there be a prophet among you ; not as making a doubt of it, but rather allowing that there was, and that there were others besides Moses, as even they themselves, Aaron and Miriam, and the seventy elders, and perhaps others; or at least there had been, and would be again, as there were in later times: [I] the Lord will make myself known to him ; that is, declare my mind and will concerning things present, or things to come: in a vision ; when awake, either by day or by night, representing objects to the bodily sight; as the almond tree rod, and the boiling pot, to Jeremiah, ( Jeremiah 1:11-13); the visions of the chariots, ( Ezekiel 23:24 26:7,10), and dry bones, ( Ezekiel 37:1-14), to Ezekiel, and such as were shown to Amos, ( Amos 7:1-9:15): or to the mind by night, as if really discerned by the senses; as the visions of the man riding on a red horse, ( Zechariah 1:8), and of the four horns, ( Zechariah 1:18), and four carpenters, ( Zechariah 1:20), with several others shown to Zechariah: [and] will speak unto him in a dream ; as he had done to Jacob, ( Genesis 31:11), and as he did afterwards to Daniel, ( Daniel 7:1), and many others.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-9 - The patience of Moses was tried in his own family, as well as by the people. The pretence was, that he had married a foreign wife; but probably their pride was hurt, and their envy stirred up, by his superior authority. Opposition from our near relations, and from religious friends, is most painful. But this is to be looked for, an it will be well if in such circumstances we can preserve the gentlenes and meekness of Moses. Moses was thus fitted to the work he was calle to. God not only cleared Moses, but praised him. Moses had the spiri of prophecy in a way which set him far above all other prophets; yet he that is least in the kingdom of heaven, is greater than he; and ou Lord Jesus infinitely excels him, Heb 3:1. Let Miriam and Aaro consider whom it was they insulted. We have reason to be afraid of saying or doing any thing against the servants of God. And those ar presumptuous indeed who are not afraid to speak evil of dignities, 2P 2:10. The removal of God's presence is the surest and saddest token of God's displeasure. Woe to us, if he depart! he never departs, till by sin and folly we drive him from us.
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 שׁמעו 8085 נא 4994 דברי 1697 אם 518 יהיה 1961 נביאכם 5030 יהוה 3068 במראה 4759 אליו 413 אתודע 3045 בחלום 2472 אדבר׃ 1696