SEV Biblia, Chapter 27:14 Pues fuisteis rebeldes a mi dicho en el desierto de Zin, en la rencilla de la congregación, para santificarme en las aguas a ojos de ellos. Estas son las aguas de Meriba de Cades en el desierto de Zin.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Numbers 27:14 Verse 14. Ye rebelled against my commandment] See the notes on "chap. xx. 12".
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. For ye rebelled against my commandment the desert of Zin , etc.] Both Moses and Aaron, which was the reason why they were not suffered to go into the land of Canaan, but died a little before the children of Israel came into it: what their sin was, called here a rebelling against the commandment of the Lord; (see Gill on “ Numbers 20:12”), and is next suggested: in the strife of the congregation, to sanctify me before their eyes ; when the congregation of Israel strove against the Lord for want of water, they did not sanctify the Lord by believing in him; but expressed some degree of diffidence before the congregation about fetching water out of the rock, or questioning whether the Lord would give it to such a rebellious people, though they had his order for it: that is the water of Meribah in Kadesh, in the wilderness of Zin ; so called to distinguish it from another Meribah, or water of strife, at Rephidim, ( Exodus 17:7 Deuteronomy 32:51).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 12-14 - Moses must die, but he shall have the satisfaction of seeing the lan of promise. This sight of Canaan signified his believing prospect of the better country, that is, the heavenly. Moses must die, but deat does not cut him off; it only brings him to rest with the holy patriarchs. It is but to die as they died, having lived as they lived and as their end was peace, why should we fear any evil in the passag of that dark valley? (Nu 27:15-23)
Original Hebrew כאשׁר 834 מריתם 4784 פי 6310 במדבר 4057 צן 6790 במריבת 4808 העדה 5712 להקדישׁני 6942 במים 4325 לעיניהם 5869 הם 1992 מי 4325 מריבת 4809 קדשׁ 6946 מדבר 4057 צן׃ 6790