SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:10 Porque yo los tornaré de la tierra de Egipto, y de Asiria los congregaré; y los traeré a la tierra de Galaad y del Líbano, y no les bastará.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Zechariah 10:10 Verse 10. Out of the land of Egypt] I will bring them out of all the countries where they have been dispersed, and bring them back to their own land; and they shall be so numerous that they shall scarcely find there, in all its length and breadth, a sufficiency of room. If all the Jews that are now scattered over the face of the earth were gathered together, they would make a mighty nation. And God will gather them together. As a wonderful providence has preserved them in every place, so a wondrous providence will collect them from every place of their dispersion. When the great call comes, no one soul of them shall be left behind.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. I will bring them again also out of the land of Egypt , etc.] The Targum paraphrases it, “and as I brought them out of the land of Egypt, so will gather their captivity out of Assyria;” suggesting there would be a likeness between the one and the other. Egypt may denote the state of distance and bondage in which all men are by nature; and the Jews, at their conversion, will be brought out of it, into the glorious liberty of the children of God, by the mighty arm of the Lord, according to his purposes and promises. Moreover, as Cocceius observes, Egypt may signify Rome, or the Romish jurisdiction, which is spiritually called Egypt and Sodom, ( Revelation 11:8) for darkness, idolatry, tyranny, and cruelty; and out of which the Jews, as many of them as are there, will be brought at the time of their conversion: and gather them out of Assyria ; which may design the Turkish or Persian dominions, or both, as the above commentator suggests; from whence the Jews, as many as are in those parts, will be brought into their own land, as follows; (see Isaiah 11:11 Revelation 16:12): and I will bring them into the land of Gilead and Lebanon ; Gilead was a land of pasture, and signifies “a heap of testimonies”; and may mystically intend the Scriptures, which testify of Christ, and direct to green pastures, beside the still waters: and Lebanon, that goodly mountain, and hill of frankincense, and where cedars grew, may design the church, whither the converted Jews will be brought, and worship before it, ( Revelation 3:9) or both may literally be understood, which they shall return unto; Gilead being, as Kimchi observes, beyond Jordan eastward; and Lebanon, comprehending the whole land of Israel, on this side of it: and [place] shall not be found for them ; they will be so numerous; (see Isaiah 49:20,21) the Targum is, “and I will bring them to the land of Gilead and the sanctuary, and it shall not be sufficient for them;” that is, to hold them. The Septuagint render it, “and not one of them shall be left”: all Israel shall now be converted and saved, though their number will be as the sand of the sea, ( Hosea 1:10).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 6-12 - Here are precious promises to the people of God, which look to the state of the Jews, and even to the latter days of the church. Preachin the gospel is God's call for souls to come to Jesus Christ. Those who Christ redeemed by his blood, God will gather by his grace Difficulties shall be got over easily, and effectually, as those in the way of the deliverance out of Egypt. God himself will be their strength, and their song. When we resist, and so overcome our spiritual enemies, then our hearts shall rejoice. If God strengthen us, we mus bestir ourselves in all the duties of the Christian life, must be active in the work of God; and we must do all in the name of the Lor Jesus __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew והשׁיבותים 7725 מארץ 776 מצרים 4714 ומאשׁור 804 אקבצם 6908 ואל 413 ארץ 776 גלעד 1568 ולבנון 3844 אביאם 935 ולא 3808 ימצא׃ 4672