SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:6 Y acontecerá que en ese día no habrá luz clara, ni oscura.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Zechariah 14:6 Verse 6. The light shall not be clear, nor dark] Metaphorically, there will be a mixture of justice and mercy in all this; or a bright light and darkness. Mercy shall triumph over judgment. There shall be darkness-distress, &c.; but there shall be more light-joy and prosperity-than darkness.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 6. And it shall come to pass in that day , etc.] Which shall precede the coming of Christ, both his spiritual and personal reign; for what follows will not agree with either state: [that] the light shall not be clear [nor] dark ; before the latter day glory it will be a darkish dispensation; not “clear”, as in the first times of the Gospel, when the sun of righteousness appeared, and the shadows of the ceremonial law were removed, and the Gospel shone out in the ministry of Christ and his apostles; nor as at the reformation from Popery, when the morning star was given, ( Revelation 2:28) nor as it will be in the spiritual reign of Christ, when Zion’s light will be come, and her watchmen will see eye to eye; when the light of the moon shall be as the light of the sun, and the light of the sun seven fold as the light of seven days; and much less as will be in the kingdom state, when there will be no need of the sun or moon; or in the ultimate glory, when we shall see no more darkly through a glass, but face to face: and yet it will not be “dark”, as it was with the Jews under the legal dispensation; and much less as with the Gentiles before the coming of Christ; or as in the dark times of Popery; it will be a sort of a twilight, both with respect to the light of doctrine, and of spiritual joy, comfort, and experience; which is much our case now. Some read the words, “there shall be no light, but cold and frost” f299 ; it will be a time of great coldness and lukewarmness, with regard to divine and spiritual things; iniquity will abound, and the love of many wax cold, ( Matthew 24:12).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-7 - The Lord Jesus often stood upon the Mount of Olives when on earth. He ascended from thence to heaven, and then desolations and distresse came upon the Jewish nation. Such is the view taken of thi figuratively; but many consider it as a notice of events ye unfulfilled, and that it relates to troubles of which we cannot no form a full idea. Every believer, being related to God as his God, ma triumph in the expectation of Christ's coming in power, and speak of i with pleasure. During a long season, the state of the church would be deformed by sin; there would be a mixture of truth and error, or happiness and misery. Such is the experience of God's people, a mingle state of grace and corruption. But, when the season is at the worst and most unpromising, the Lord will turn darkness into light deliverance comes when God's people have done looking for it.
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