SEV Biblia, Chapter 96:10 Â¶ Decid entre los gentiles: El SEÑOR tomó el reino, también compuso el mundo, no será conmovido; juzgará a los pueblos en justicia.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 95:10 Verse 10. Say among the heathen that the Lord reigneth ] Justin Martyr, in his dialogue with Trypho the Jew, quotes this passage thus: eipate en toiv eqnesi, o kuriov ebasileuse apo tou xulou, "Say among the nations, the Lord ruleth by the wood," meaning the cross; and accuses the Jews of having blotted this word out of their Bibles, because of the evidence it gave of the truth of Christianity. It appears that this reading did exist anciently in the Septuagint, or at least in some ancient copies of that work, for the reading has been quoted by Tertullian, Lactantius, Arnobius, Augustine, Cassiodourus, Pope Leo, Gregory of Tours, and others. The reading is still extant in the ancient Roman Psalter, Dominus regnavit a ligno, and in some others. In an ancient MS. copy of the Psalter before me, while the text exhibits the commonly received reading, the margin has the following gloss: Regnavit a ligno crucis, "The Lord reigns by the wood of the cross." My old Scotico-Latin Psalter has not a ligno in the text, but seems to refer to it in the paraphrase: "For Criste regned efter the dede on the crosse". It is necessary, however, to add, that no such words exist in any copy of the Hebrew text now extant, nor in any MS.
yet collated, nor in any of the ancient Versions. Neither Eusebius nor Jerome even refer to it, who wrote comments on the Psalms; nor is it mentioned by any Greek writer except Justin Martyr.
The world also shall be established ] The word lbt tebel signifies the habitable globe, and may be a metonymy here, the container put for the contained. And many think that by it the Church is intended; as the Lord, who is announced to the heathen as reigning, is understood to be Jesus Christ; and his judging among the people, his establishing the holy Gospel among them, and governing the nations by its laws.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-13 - We are to hope and pray for that time, when Christ shall reign in righteousness over all nations. He shall rule in the hearts of men, by the power of truth, and the Spirit of righteousness. His coming draw nigh; this King, this Judge standeth before the door, but he is not ye come. The Lord will accept the praises of all who seek to promote the kingdom of Christ. The sea can but roar, and how the trees of the woo can show that they rejoice we know not; but He that searches the hear knows what is the mind of the Spirit, and understands the words, the broken language of the weakest. Christ will come to judge the earth, to execute just vengeance on his enemies, and to fulfil his larges promises to his people. What then are we? Would that day be welcome to us? If this be not our case, let us now begin to prepare to meet ou God, by seeking the pardon of our sins, and the renewal of our souls to holiness __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew אמרו 559 בגוים 1471 יהוה 3068 מלך 4427 אף 637 תכון 3559 תבל 8398 בל 1077 תמוט 4131 ידין 1777 עמים 5971 במישׁרים׃ 4339