SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:27 Â¶ No detengas el bien de sus dueños, cuando tuvieres poder para hacerlo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Proverbs 3:27 Verse 27. Withhold not good from them to whom it is due ] wyl[bm mibbealaiv, from the lords of it. But who are they? The poor. And what art thou, O rich man? Why, thou art a steward, to whom God has given substance that thou mayest divide with the poor. They are the right owners of every farthing thou hast to spare from thy own support, and that of thy family; and God has given the surplus for their sakes. Dost thou, by hoarding up this treasure, deprive the right owners of their property? If this were a civil case, the law would take thee by the throat, and lay thee up in prison; but it is a case in which GOD alone judges. And what will he do to thee? Hear! "He shall have judgment without mercy, who hath showed no mercy;" James ii. 13. Read, feel, tremble, and act justly.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 27. Withhold not good from them to whom it is due , etc.] Honour, reverence, and tribute, to civil magistrates, ( Romans 13:7,8); just payment of debts to creditors, and alms to the poor, which, by what follows, seems to be chiefly intended; and the Septuagint render it, “do not abstain to do well to the needy;” and Aben Ezra interprets it of the poor; to them alms are due because of their wants, and by the appointment; of God; hence called “righteousness”, in some copies of ( Matthew 6:1); so money kept from the poor “mammon of unrighteousness”, ( Luke 16:9). They are, as the word in the Hebrew text signifies, “the owners thereof” f80 : rich men are not so much proprietors of good things as they are God’s alms givers or stewards to distribute to the poor; and, as often as men have opportunity, they should do good in this way to all, especially to the household of faith, ( Galatians 6:10); this will hold true, as of temporal good things, so of spiritual; as good advice, exhortation, and doctrine. The Vulgate Latin version is, “do not forbid him to do well that can”; which sense is favoured by Jarchi: and as we should not abstain from doing good ourselves, so neither should we forbid, hinder, or discourage others; but the former sense is best; when it is in the power of thine hand to do [it] ; not to hinder others, as Jarchi, but to do good; when a man has a sufficiency in his hands to do good with; has not only enough for himself and his family, but something to spare; when he has both opportunity and ability; and when he can do it at once and without delay, as follows.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 27-35 - Our business is to observe the precepts of Christ, and to copy his example; to do justice, to love mercy, and to beware of covetousness to be ready for every good work, avoiding needless strife, and bearin evils, if possible, rather than seeking redress by law. It will be found there is little got by striving. Let us not envy prosperou oppressors; far be it from the disciples of Christ to choose any of their ways. These truths may be despised by the covetous and luxurious but everlasting contempt will be the portion of such scorners, whil Divine favour is shown to the humble believer __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew אל 408 תמנע 4513 טוב 2896 מבעליו 1167 בהיות 1961 לאל 410 ידיך 3027 לעשׂות׃ 6213