SEV Biblia, Chapter 27:13 Hubiera yo desmayado , si no creyese que tengo de ver la bondad del SEŅOR en la tierra de los vivientes.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 26:13 Verse 13. I had fainted, unless I had believed - The words in italics are supplied by our translators; but, far from being necessary, they injure the sense. Throw out the words I had fainted, and leave a break after the verse, and the elegant figure of the psalmist will be preserved: "Unless I had believed to see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living" -What! what, alas! should have become of me! Dr. Hammond has observed that there is a remarkable elegance in the original, which, by the use of the beautiful figure aposiopesis, makes an abrupt breaking off in the midst of a speech. He compares it to the speech of Neptune to the winds that had raised the tempest to drown the fleet of AEneas. - AEneid. lib. i., ver. 131.
Eurum ad se zephyrumque vocat: dehinc talia fatur; Tantane vos generis tenuit fiducia vestri? Jam coelum terramque, meo sine numine, venti, Miscere, et tantas audetis tollere moles? Quos ego-sed motos praestat componere fluctus.
To Eurus and the western blast he cried, Does your high birth inspire this boundless pride? Audacious winds! without a power from me, To raise at will such mountains on the sea? Thus to confound heaven, earth, the air, and main; Whom I - but, first, I'll calm the waves again. PITT.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 7-14 - Wherever the believer is, he can find a way to the throne of grace by prayer. God calls us by his Spirit, by his word, by his worship, and by special providences, merciful and afflicting. When we are foolishl making court to lying vanities, God is, in love to us, calling us to seek our own mercies in him. The call is general, "Seek ye my face; but we must apply it to ourselves, "I will seek it." The word does u no good, when we do not ourselves accept the exhortation: a graciou heart readily answers to the call of a gracious God, being made willin in the day of his power. The psalmist requests the favour of the Lord the continuance of his presence with him; the benefit of Divin guidance, and the benefit of Divine protection. God's time to hel those that trust in him, is, when all other helpers fail. He is a sure and better Friend than earthly parents are, or can be. What was the belief which supported the psalmist? That he should see the goodness of the Lord. There is nothing like the believing hope of eternal life, the foresights of that glory, and foretastes of those pleasures, to keep u from fainting under all calamities. In the mean time he should be strengthened to bear up under his burdens. Let us look unto the suffering Saviour, and pray in faith, not to be delivered into the hands of our enemies. Let us encourage each other to wait on the Lord with patient expectation, and fervent prayer __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew לולא 3884 האמנתי 539 לראות 7200 בטוב 2898 יהוה 3068 בארץ 776 חיים׃ 2416