SEV Biblia, Chapter 37:3 Bet Espera en el SEŅOR, y haz bien; vive en la tierra, y manten la verdad.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 36:3 Verse 3. Dwell in the land ] Do not flee to foreign climes to escape from that providence which, for thy own good, denies thee affluence in thy own country.
And verily thou shalt be fed. ] God will provide for thee the necessaries of life: its conveniences might damp thy intellect in its inventions, and lead thee into idleness; and its superfluities would induce thee to pamper thy passions till the concerns of thy soul would be absorbed in those of the flesh and, after having lived an animal life, thou mightest die without God, and perish everlastingly.
The original, hnwma h[rw ureeh emunah, might be translated, "and feed by faith." The Septuagint has kai poimanqhsh epi tw ploutw authv, and thou shalt feed upon its riches. The Vulgate AEthiopic, and Arabic, are the same. The Syriac, seek faith. The Chaldee, be strong in the faith.
The Anglo-Saxon, , and feeded thou shalt be in its welfare. Old Psalter, "and thu sal be fed in ryches of it." But it is probable that hnwma emunah here signifies security. And thou shalt be fed in security.
Dr. Delaney supposed that the Psalm might have been written by David in the behalf of Mephibosheth, who, being falsely aecused by his servant Ziba, had formed the resolution to leave a land where he had met with such bad treatment. David, being convinced of his innocence, entreats him to dwell in the land, with the assurance of plenty and protection. It is more likely that it is addressed to the captives in Babylon; and contains the promise that they shall return to their own land, and again enjoy peace and plenty.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-6 - When we look abroad we see the world full of evil-doers, that flouris and live in ease. So it was seen of old, therefore let us not marvel a the matter. We are tempted to fret at this, to think them the onl happy people, and so we are prone to do like them: but this we ar warned against. Outward prosperity is fading. When we look forward with an eye of faith, we shall see no reason to envy the wicked. Their weeping and wailing will be everlasting. The life of religion is believing trust in the Lord, and diligent care to serve him accordin to his will. It is not trusting God, but tempting him, if we do no make conscience of our duty to him. A man's life consists not i abundance, but, Thou shalt have food convenient for thee. This is mor than we deserve, and it is enough for one that is going to heaven. To delight in God is as much a privilege as a duty. He has not promised to gratify the appetites of the body, and the humours of the fancy, but the desires of the renewed, sanctified soul. What is the desire of the heart of a good man? It is this, to know, and love, and serve God Commit thy way unto the Lord; roll thy way upon the Lord, so the margi reads it. Cast thy burden upon the Lord, the burden of thy care. We must roll it off ourselves, not afflict and perplex ourselves with thoughts about future events, but refer them to God. By prayer sprea thy case and all thy cares before the Lord, and trust in him. We mus do our duty, and then leave the event with God. The promise is very sweet: He shall bring that to pass, whatever it is, which thou ha committed to him.
Original Hebrew בטח 982 ביהוה 3068 ועשׂה 6213 טוב 2896 שׁכן 7931 ארץ 776 ורעה 7462 אמונה׃ 530