SEV Biblia, Chapter 24:15 Â¶ Oh impío, no aceches la tienda del justo, no saquees su cámara;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Proverbs 24:15 Verse 15. The dwelling of the righteous ] qydx tsaddik, the man who is walking unblameably in all the testimonies of God; who is rendering to every man his due.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 15. Lay not wait, O wicked [man], against the dwelling of the righteous , etc.] The church of God, which is the righteous man’s dwelling place, and where he desires and delights to dwell; or his own dwelling house; it may be rendered, “at the dwelling of the righteous” f665 ; lay not wait at his door to observe who goes in and out, and what is done there; and to watch for his halting, and take notice of his infirmities, slips, and falls, and improve them to his disadvantage; and so the Vulgate Latin version, “and lay not wait and seek ungodliness in the house of the righteous”; or lay not wait there for him, as Saul set men to watch the house of David to kill him, ( 1 Samuel 19:11); or to take an opportunity and get into it and plunder it, as follows; spoil not his resting place : by pulling it down, or stripping it of its furniture; by robbing him of the substance in it, and thus disturbing his rest, and destroying the place of it; or the place where he lies down as a sheep in its fold, or as the shepherd in his cottage, of which the words in the text are used; and so denote that as the righteous man is like a sheep, harmless and innocent, those that lay in wait for him and spoil him are no other than wolves.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 15, 16 - The sincere soul falls as a traveller may do, by stumbling at some stone in his path; but gets up, and goes on his way with more care an speed. This is rather to be understood of falls into affliction, tha falls into actual sin.
Original Hebrew אל 408 תארב 693 רשׁע 7563 לנוה 5116 צדיק 6662 אל 408 תשׁדד 7703 רבצו׃ 7258