SEV Biblia, Chapter 58:5 que no oye la voz de los que encantan, por más hábil que el encantador sea.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 57:5 Verse 5. Which will not hearken to the voice of charmers ] The old Psalter translates and paraphrases these two verses curiously: - Vulg. Furor illis secundum similitudinem serpentis; sicut aspidis surdae et obturantis aures suas: Quae non exaudiet vocem incantantium et venefici in cantantis sapienter.
Trans. "Wodes" (madness) "til thaim aftir the liking of the neddir, as of the snake doumb and stoppand her eres." Paraph. Right calles he tham "wod", (mad,) for that hafe na witte to se whider that ga: for that louke thair eghen, and rennys till the are thaire wodness til clumsthed that wil noght be turned as of the snake that festis (fastens) the ta ere til the erth, and the tother ere stoppis with hir taile: Sua do thai that thai here not Godis word; that stope thair eris with luf of erthli thing that thai delite thaim in; and with thair taile, that es with all synnes, that that will noght amend.
Trans. "The whith salle noght here the voyce of charmand, and of the venim in akare of charmand wisli." Paraph. This snake stopis hir eres that she be noght broth to light; for if she herd it, she come forth sone, he charmes swa wysli in his craft. Swa the wikkid men wit noght here the voyce of Crist and his lufers that are wys charmes; for thi wild (would) bring them till light of heven. Wyt ye well (know) that he (i.e., Christ) lufes noght charmars and venim makers but be (by) vices of bestes, he takes lickening of vices of men.
It seems as if there were a species of snake or adder that is nearly deaf; and as their instinct informs them that if they listen to the sounds which charmers use they shall become a prey; therefore they stop their ears to prevent the little hearing they have from being the means of their destruction. To this the Old Psalter refers. We have also an account of a species of snake, which, if it cast its eye on the charmer, feels itself obliged to come out of its hole; it therefore keeps close, and takes care neither to see nor be seen. To this also the Old Psalter alludes; and of this fact, if it be one, he makes a good use.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 6-11 - David prayed that the enemies of God's church and people might be disabled to do further mischief. We may, in faith, pray against the designs of the enemies of the church. He foretells their ruin. And wh knows the power of God's anger? The victories of the Just One, in his own person and that of his servants, over the enemies of man' salvation, produce a joy which springs not from revenge, but from view of the Divine mercy, justice, and truth, shown in the redemptio of the elect, the punishment of the ungodly, and the fulfilment of the promises. Whoever duly considers these things, will diligently seek the reward of righteousness, and adore the Providence which orders all thing aright in heaven and in earth __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew אשׁר 834 לא 3808 ישׁמע 8085 לקול 6963 מלחשׁים 3907 חובר 2266 חברים 2267 מחכם׃ 2449