SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:11 Y morarán en ella, y nunca más será anatema, sino que será Jerusalén habitada confiadamente.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Zechariah 14:11 Verse 11. There shall be no more utter destruction] After this final restoration of Jerusalem it shall never more be destroyed; but as this was the first city of the living God upon earth, so shall it be the last; it shall be safely inhabited. It shall see war no more.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 11. And [men] shall dwell in it , etc.] In great numbers, in much peace and safety, and from generation to generation: Aben Ezra says, Messiah the son of David will now come: and there shall be no more utter destruction ; no wars, nor desolations by them, in a civil sense; there shall be no more killing, as the Targum, ( Isaiah 2:4 60:17,18) no “cherem”, no anathema, in a religious sense; in the old translation it is, “and there shall be no more cursing”; there will be no curse in the Jerusalem state, ( Revelation 22:3) which words seem to be taken from hence; no cursed thing, nor cursed person, or any curse or anathema denounced against any; no Popish bulls and anathemas, nor any other: but Jerusalem shall be safely inhabited ; the inhabitants of it shall dwell securely, without any apprehension of danger, and having no enemies to fear; though, before this safe and happy state, there will be many enemies; and what will become of them is shown in the following verses.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-15 - Some consider that the progress of the gospel, beginning from Jerusalem, is referred to by the living waters flowing from that city Neither shall the gospel and means of grace, nor the graces of the Spirit wrought in the hearts of believers by those means, ever fail, by reason either of the heat of persecution, or storms of temptation, or the blasts of any other affliction. Tremendous judgments appear to be foretold, to be sent upon those who should oppose the settlement of the Jews in their own land. How far they are to be understood literally events alone can determine. The furious rage and malice which stir u men against each other, are faint shadows of the enmity which reign among those who have perished in their sins. Even the inferio creatures often suffer for the sin of man, and in his plagues. Thus God will show his displeasure against sin.
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