SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:8 Â¿Comiste tu parte? La vomitarás; y perderás tus suaves palabras.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Proverbs 23:8 Verse 8. The morsel which thou hast eaten ] On reflection thou wilt even blame thyself for having accepted his invitation.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 8. The morsel [which] thou hast eaten, shalt thou vomit up , etc.] It shall turn in thy stomach, thou shall not be able to keep it, when thou understandest thou art not welcome; or thou wilt wish thou hadst never eaten a bit, or that thou couldest vomit up what thou hast; so disagreeable is the thought of being unwelcome, or when this appears to be the case; and lose thy sweet words ; expressed in thankfulness to the master of the feast, in praise of his food, in pleasantry with him, and the other guests at table; all which are repented of when a man finds he is not welcome.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 6-8 - Do not make thyself burdensome to any, especially those not sincere When we are called by God to his feast, and to let our souls deligh themselves, Isa 25:6; 55:2, we may safely partake of the Bread of life.
Original Hebrew פתך 6595 אכלת 398 תקיאנה 6958 ושׁחת 7843 דבריך 1697 הנעימים׃ 5273