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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Numbers 6:24


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    King James Bible - Numbers 6:24

    The LORD bless thee, and keep thee:

    World English Bible

    'Yahweh bless you, and keep you.

    Douay-Rheims - Numbers 6:24

    The Lord bless thee, and keep thee.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    The LORD bless thee, and keep thee:

    Original Hebrew

    יברכך
    1288 יהוה 3068 וישׁמרך׃ 8104

    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (24) -
    Ru 2:4 Ps 134:3 1Co 14:16 Eph 6:24 Php 4:23 Re 1:4,5

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:24

    el SEÑOR te bendiga, y te guarde;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Numbers 6:24

    Verse 24. The
    Lord bless thee] There are three forms of blessing here, any or all of which the priests might use on any occasion. The following is a verbal translation:- 1. May Jehovah bless thee and preserve thee! 2. May Jehovah cause his faces to shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee! 3.

    May Jehovah lift up his faces upon thee, and may be put prosperity unto thee! This is a very comprehensive and excellent prayer, and may be paraphrased thus:- 1. May God speak good unto thee, by giving thee his excellent promises! (See the note on "Gen. ii. 3".) May he preserve thee in the possession of all the good thou hast, and from all the evil with which thou art threatened! 2. May the Holy Trinity illuminate thy heart, giving thee the true knowledge of thyself and of thy Maker; and may he show thee his graciousness in pardoning thy sins, and supporting thy soul! 3.

    May God give thee communion with the Father, Son, and Spirit, with a constant sense of his approbation; and grant thee prosperity in thy soul, and in all thy secular affairs! This I suppose to be the spirit and design of this form of benediction. Others will doubtless interpret it after their manner. Several wise and learned men believe that the mystery of the Holy Trinity is not obscurely hinted at in it. God the FATHER blesses and keeps his followers. God the SON is gracious unto sinners in remitting their offenses, which he died to blot out. God the HOLY SPIRIT takes of the things which are Christ's, and shows them unto genuine Christians, and diffuses the peace of God in their hearts. In a word, Christ, the gift of the Father by the energy of the Holy Spirit, came to bless every one of us by turning us away from our iniquities.

    1. EVERY genuine Christian is a true Nazarite. He is separated from the world, and dedicated solely to the service of God. 2. His life is a life of self-denial; he mortifies and keeps the flesh in obedience to the Spirit. 3.

    All this enters into the spirit of his baptismal vow; for in that he promises to renounce the devil and all his works, the pomps and vanities of this wicked world, and all the sinful lusts of the flesh-to keep God's holy word and commandments, and to walk in the same all the days of his life. 4. The person who is faithful has the blessing of God entailed upon him. Thus shall ye bless the children of Israel, &c., &c. See the notes on ver. 5 and 7.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 24. The Lord bless thee , etc.] Jehovah, Father, Son, and Spirit; the word “Jehovah” being three times used, and a different accent put to each word, denoting three distinct persons and one Jehovah, according to ( Deuteronomy 6:4); who are each of them concerned in the blessing of the Lord’s people, the spiritual Israel of God; Jehovah the Father blesses with all spiritual blessings, with electing, adopting, justifying, and pardoning grace, with regenerating and calling, and persevering grace, and with eternal life: Jehovah the Son blesses particularly with redeeming grace, and has a concern in all the other blessings; the saints are blessed with them in him, they are all in his hands, they are procured by him, come through him, and are the gifts of his grace: and Jehovah the Spirit blesses as a spirit of regeneration and sanctification, as the spirit of faith, as a comforter, as the spirit of adoption, and as the earnest and sealer of the saints unto the day of redemption: and keep thee ; from, the evil of the world, from the evil one Satan, from the evil of sin, and the power, prevalence, and dominion of it, and from falling totally and finally by it, and keep in a state of grace unto everlasting salvation.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 22-27 - The
    priests were solemnly to bless the people in the name of the Lord To be under the almighty protection of God our Saviour; to enjoy his favour as the smile of a loving Father, or as the cheering beams of the sun; while he mercifully forgives our sins, supplies our wants consoles the heart, and prepares us by his grace for eternal glory these things form the substance of this blessing, and the sum total of all blessings. In so rich a list of mercies worldly joys are not worth to be mentioned. Here is a form of prayer. The name Jehovah is thre times repeated. The Jews think there is some mystery; and we know what it is, the New Testament having explained it. There we are directed to expect the blessing from the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of the Father, and the communion of the Holy Ghost, 2Co 13:14; each of which Persons is Jehovah, and yet they are not three Lords, but on Lord __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    יברכך 1288 יהוה 3068 וישׁמרך׃ 8104


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