SEV Biblia, Chapter 36:6 Tu justicia como los montes de Dios, tus juicios abismo grande: Oh SEÑOR, al hombre y al animal conservas.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 35:6 Verse 6. Thy righteousness is like the great mountains. ] la yrrhk keharerey El, like the mountains of God; exceeding high mountains; what, in the present language of geology, would be called primitive mountains, those that were formed at the beginning; and are not the effects of earthquakes or inundations, as secondary and alluvial mountains are supposed to be.
Thy judgments are a great deep ] hbr µwht tehom rabbah, the great abyss; as incomprehensible as the great chaos, or first matter of all things which God created in the beginning, and which is mentioned Gen. i. 2, and darkness was on the face, µwht tehom, of the deep, the vast profound, or what is below all conjecturable profundity. How astonishing are the thoughts in these two verses! What an idea do they give us of the mercy, truth, righteousness, and judgments of God! The old Psalter, in paraphrasing mountains of God, says, "Thi ryghtwisnes", that es, ryghtwis men, er gastly hilles of God; for that er hee in contemplacioun, and soner resayves the lyght of Crist. Here is a metaphor taken from the tops of mountains and high hills first catching the rays of the rising sun. "Righteous men are spiritual hills of God; for they are high in contemplation, and sooner receive the light of Christ." It is really a very fine thought; and much beyond the rudeness of the times in which this Psalter was written.
Man and beast. ] Doth God take care of cattle? Yes, he appoints the lions their food, and hears the cry of the young ravens; and will he not provide for the poor, especially the poor of his people? He will. So infinitely and intensely good is the nature of God, that it is his delight to make all his creatures happy. He preserves the man, and he preserves the beast; and it is his providence which supplies the man, when his propensities and actions level him with the beasts that perish.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 5-12 - Men may shut up their compassion, yet, with God we shall find mercy This is great comfort to all believers, plainly to be seen, and not to be taken away. God does all wisely and well; but what he does we know not now, it is time enough to know hereafter. God's loving-kindness i precious to the saints. They put themselves under his protection, an then are safe and easy. Gracious souls, though still desiring more of God, never desire more than God. The gifts of Providence so far satisf them, that they are content with such things as they have. The benefi of holy ordinances is sweet to a sanctified soul, and strengthening to the spiritual and Divine life. But full satisfaction is reserved for the future state. Their joys shall be constant. God not only works in them a gracious desire for these pleasures, but by his Spirit fill their souls with joy and peace in believing. He quickens whom he will and whoever will, may come, and take from him of the waters of lif freely. May we know, and love, and uprightly serve the Lord; then n proud enemy, on earth or from hell, shall separate us from his love Faith calleth things that are not, as though they were. It carries u forward to the end of time; it shows us the Lord, on his throne of judgment; the empire of sin fallen to rise no more __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew צדקתך 6666 כהררי 2042 אל 410 משׁפטך 4941 תהום 8415 רבה 7227 אדם 120 ובהמה 929 תושׁיע 3467 יהוה׃ 3068