SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:9 Entonces entenderás justicia, juicio, y equidad, y todo buen camino.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Proverbs 2:9 Verse 9. Then shalt thou understand ] He who is taught of God understands the whole law of justice, mercy, righteousness, and truth; God has written this on his heart. He who understands these things by books only is never likely to practice or profit by them.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 9. Then shalt thou understand righteousness and judgment , etc.] This is another fruit and effect of the Gospel, and of a spiritual understanding of it; that besides the knowledge of God, and how to behave with reverence towards him, ( Proverbs 2:5); it leads men into a notion of doing that which is right and just among men; it gives them not only a theoretic but a practical understanding of justice, and a true judgment of what is right and wrong; or gives such an understanding thereof as that they practise it; for it teaches men to live soberly, righteously, and godly, ( Titus 2:11,12). It is not only a revelation and ministration of the righteousness of Christ as the only matter of a sinner’s justification before God; and informs a man’s judgment so that he can distinguish between truth and error, right and wrong, good and bad notions and practices; but it influences his actions, life, and conversation, and engages him to do works of righteousness from the best principles, upon the best motives, and with the best views; and equity; [yea], every good path ; that is, so to understand equity, as to do that which is equitable between man and man; and to understand every good path which the word of God directs to, even all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord, so as to walk in them; these things the Gospel acquaints men with, and urges them to observe: or the words may be rendered, either “the rectitude” or “equity of fall good paths”, as the Syriac version; how just, and right, and plain, and equitable, everyone is, and therefore ought to be walked in; or “plainnesses”, or “most plain”, is or shall be “every good path” f41 , to them that have a spiritual and experimental knowledge of the Gospel; and by it an understanding of their duty. One word signifies “plain” and “straight”, and another “round” f42 , and both are true of the path of righteousness; for though it is a circle of duty saints walk in, yet straight and plain.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-9 - Those who earnestly seek heavenly wisdom, will never complain that the have lost their labour; and the freeness of the gift does not do awa the necessity of our diligence, Joh 6:27 Let them seek, and they shal find it; let them ask, and it shall be given them. Observe who are thu favoured. They are the righteous, on whom the image of God is renewed which consists in righteousness. If we depend upon God, and seek to his for wisdom, he will enable us to keep the paths of judgment.
Original Hebrew אז 227 תבין 995 צדק 6664 ומשׁפט 4941 ומישׁרים 4339 כל 3605 מעגל 4570 טוב׃ 2896