SEV Biblia, Chapter 33:4 Estaban enterrando los egipcios a los que el SEÑOR había muerto de ellos, a todo primogénito; habiendo el SEÑOR hecho también juicios en sus dioses.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. For the Egyptians buried all their firstborn, which the Lord had smitten among them , etc.] Which contributed much to the more easy and safe deliverance of the children of Israel; for their hearts were heavy with sorrow, and their hands were full, and they had other work to do, namely, to bury their dead, than to molest Israel; and besides, they knew it was for detaining them this stroke came upon them: upon their gods also the Lord executed judgments ; they were moved at the presence, and by the power of God, and fell and were dashed to pieces, as the idols of the same land were in later times, (see Isaiah 19:1) and this still the more intimidated and frightened the Egyptians, that they dared not attempt to hinder the departure of the Israelites from them. The Targum of Jonathan says, the Word of the Lord did this; and adds, their molten idols became soft, their strong idols were mutilated, their earthen idols were diminished, their wooden idols became ashes, and those of beasts died.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-49 - This is a brief review of the travels of the children of Israel throug the wilderness. It is a memorable history. In their travels toward Canaan they were continually on the remove. Such is our state in thi world; we have here no continuing city, and all our removes in thi world are but from one part a desert to another. They were led to an from, forward and backward, yet were all the while under the directio of the pillar of cloud and fire. God led them about, yet led them the right way. The way God takes in bringing his people to himself is always the best way, though it does not always seem to us the neares way. Former events are mentioned. Thus we ought to keep in mind the providences of God concerning us and families, us and our land, and the many instances of that Divine care which has led us, and fed us, an kept us all our days hitherto. Few periods of our lives can be though upon, without reminding us of the Lord's goodness, and our ow ingratitude and disobedience: his kindness leaves us without excuse for our sins. We could not wish to travel over again the stages we have passed, unless we could hope, by the grace of God, to shun the sins we then committed, and to embrace such opportunities of doing good as we have let slip. Soon will our wanderings end, and our eternal state be fixed beyond recall; how important then is the present moment! Happ are those whom the Lord now guides with his counsel, and will at lengt receive to his glory. To this happiness the gospel calls us. Behold no is the accepted time, now is the day of salvation. Let sinners seiz the opportunity, and flee for refuge to the hope set before them. Le us redeem our time, to glorify God and serve our generation; and he will carry us safely through all, to his eternal kingdom.
Original Hebrew ומצרים 4713 מקברים 6912 את 853 אשׁר 834 הכה 5221 יהוה 3068 בהם כל 3605 בכור 1060 ובאלהיהם 430 עשׂה 6213 יהוה 3068 שׁפטים׃ 8201