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PARALLEL BIBLE - Hebrews 9:27

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King James Bible - Hebrew 9:27

And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:

World English Bible

Inasmuch as it is appointed for men to die once, and after this, judgment,

Douay-Rheims - Hebrew 9:27

And as it is appointed unto men once to die, and after this the judgment:

Webster's Bible Translation

And as it is appointed to men once to die, but after this the judgment:

Greek Textus Receptus

2532 καθ 2596 οσον 3745 αποκειται 606 5736 τοις 3588 ανθρωποις 444 απαξ 530 αποθανειν 599 5629 μετα 3326 δε 1161 τουτο 5124 κρισις 2920

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VERSE (27) -
Ge 3:19 2Sa 14:14 Job 14:5; 30:23 Ps 89:48 Ec 3:20; 9:5,10; 12:7

SEV Biblia, Chapter 9:27

Y de la manera que est establecido a los hombres, que mueran una vez; y despus, el juicio,

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Hebrew 9:27

Verse 27. As it is
appointed] apokeitai? It is laid before them by the Divine decree: Dust thou art, and unto dust thou shalt return. Unto men generally, during the course of the present world, not all men as some falsely quote; for Enoch and Elijah have not died, and those that shall be alive at the day of judgment shall not die, but be changed.

But after this the judgment] They shall die but once, and be judged but once, therefore there is no metempsychosis, no transmigration from body to body; judgment succeeds to dying; and as they shall be judged but once, they can die but once.

John Gill's Bible Commentary

Ver. 27. And as it is appointed unto men once to die , etc..] Not a moral, or what is commonly called a spiritual death, nor an eternal one, but a corporeal one; which does not arise from the constitution of nature, but from the sin of man, and God's decree on account of it; by which it is fixed that men shall die, and how long they shall live, and when they shall die; so that they cannot die sooner nor later; all things antecedent to death, which lead on to it, and issue in it, are appointed by God, and so is death itself, with all its circumstances; men's days can neither be lengthened nor shortened, either by Christ himself, or others: and this statute and appointment of God concerns men, not angels, and reaches to all men, wicked and righteous; and though there have been some exceptions, as Enoch and Elijah; and all will not sleep, or die, some will be found alive at Christ's appearing; yet such will undergo a change which is equivalent to death, as Enoch and Elijah have done: and generally speaking men die but once; it is not usual for men to die, and live again, and then die again; there have been some extraordinary instances of this kind, but they are rare; it is the statute law of heaven in common for men to die and that but once; so Cicero the Heathen says, omnibus definitam esse mortem: Christ died once, he will die no more; and it is the comfort of the saints, that though they die the first death, they shall not be hurt of the second death; and the consideration of this decree should excite to diligence and industry: death is certain to God, but uncertain to us, as to the time, nor should we curiously inquire into it, but patiently wait for it, and quietly submit unto it: but after this the judgment ; the last and general judgment, which will reach to all men, quick and dead, righteous and wicked, and in which Christ will be Judge. There is a particular judgment which is immediately after death; by virtue of which, the souls of men are condemned to their proper state of happiness or woe; and there is an universal judgment, which will be after the resurrection of the dead, and is called eternal judgment, and to come; this is appointed by God, though the time when is unknown to men; yet nothing is more certain, and it will be a righteous one.

Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 23-28 - It is evident that the sacrifices of
Christ are infinitely better tha those of the law, which could neither procure pardon for sin, no impart power against it. Sin would still have been upon us, and have had dominion over us; but Jesus Christ, by one sacrifice, has destroye the works of the devil, that believers may be made righteous, holy, an happy. As no wisdom, learning, virtue, wealth, or power, can keep on of the human race from death, so nothing can deliver a sinner from being condemned at the day of judgment, except the atoning sacrifice of Christ; nor will one be saved from eternal punishment who despises of neglects this great salvation. The believer knows that his Redeeme liveth, and that he shall see him. Here is the faith and patience of the church, of all sincere believers. Hence is their continual praye as the fruit and expression of their faith, Even so come, Lord Jesus __________________________________________________________________

Greek Textus Receptus

3779 ADV ο 3588 T-NSM χριστος 5547 N-NSM απαξ 530 ADV προσενεχθεις 4374 5685 V-APP-NSM εις 1519 PREP το 3588 T-ASN πολλων 4183 A-GPM ανενεγκειν 399 5629 V-2AAN αμαρτιας 266 N-APF εκ 1537 PREP δευτερου 1208 A-GSN χωρις 5565 ADV αμαρτιας 266 N-GSF οφθησεται 3700 5701 V-FPI-3S τοις 3588 T-DPM αυτον 846 P-ASM απεκδεχομενοις 553 5740 V-PNP-DPM εις 1519 PREP σωτηριαν 4991 N-ASF

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