SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:1 Â¶ Hijo mío, está atento a mi sabiduría, y a mi inteligencia inclina tu oído;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Proverbs 5:1 Verse 1. Attend unto my wisdom ] Take the following lessons from my own experience.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. My son, attend unto my wisdom , etc.] Not the wisdom of the world or of the flesh, worldly wisdom and carnal policy; but spiritual and evangelical wisdom; such as one that is greater than Solomon has in him, even Christ; “for in him are all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge”, ( Colossians 2:3); and which he teaches and communicates to others, even all proper instructions for conduct in life: the Gospel, and each of the doctrines of it, which are “the wisdom of God in a mystery”, ( Corinthians 2:7): these every child of God, and disciple of Christ, ought carefully and diligently to attend unto; [and] bow thine ear to my understanding : listen attentively to those things which I have, and give an understanding of, even things divine and spiritual; the understanding of which is of the utmost moment and importance.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-14 - Solomon cautions all young men, as his children, to abstain from fleshly lusts. Some, by the adulterous woman, here understand idolatry false doctrine, which tends to lead astray men's minds and manners; but the direct view is to warn against seventh-commandment sins. Ofte these have been, and still are, Satan's method of drawing men from the worship of God into false religion. Consider how fatal the consequences; how bitter the fruit! Take it any way, it wounds. I leads to the torments of hell. The direct tendency of this sin is to the destruction of body and soul. We must carefully avoid every thin which may be a step towards it. Those who would be kept from harm, mus keep out of harm's way. If we thrust ourselves into temptation we moc God when we pray, Lead us not into temptation. How many mischief attend this sin! It blasts the reputation; it wastes time; it ruins the estate; it is destructive to health; it will fill the mind with horror Though thou art merry now, yet sooner or later it will bring sorrow The convinced sinner reproaches himself, and makes no excuse for his folly. By the frequent acts of sin, the habits of it become rooted an confirmed. By a miracle of mercy true repentance may prevent the dreadful consequences of such sins; but this is not often; far more di as they have lived. What can express the case of the self-ruined sinne in the eternal world, enduring the remorse of his conscience!
Original Hebrew בני 1121 לחכמתי 2451 הקשׁיבה 7181 לתבונתי 8394 הט 5186 אזנך׃ 241