Judges 6 :18

Judges 6 :18 Translations

American King James Version (AKJV)

Depart not hence, I pray you, until I come to you, and bring forth my present, and set it before you. And he said, I will tarry until you come again.

King James Version (KJV)

Depart not hence, I pray you, until I come to you, and bring forth my present, and set it before you. And he said, I will tarry until you come again.

American Standard Version (ASV)

Depart not hence, I pray thee, until I come unto thee, and bring forth my present, and lay it before thee. And he said, I will tarry until thou come again.

Basic English Translation (BBE)

Do not go away till I come with my offering and put it before you. And he said, I will not go away before you come back.

Webster's Revision

Depart not hence, I pray thee, until I come to thee, and bring forth my present, and set it before thee. And he said, I will tarry until thou comest again.

World English Bible

Please don't go away, until I come to you, and bring out my present, and lay it before you." He said, "I will wait until you come back."

English Revised Version (ERV)

Depart not hence, I pray thee, until I come unto thee, and bring forth my present, and lay it before thee. And he said, I will tarry until thou come again.

Definitions for Judges 6 :18

Clarke's Commentary on Judges 6 :18

And bring forth my present - My minchah; generally an offering of bread, wine, oil, flour, and such like. It seems from this that Gideon supposed the person to whom he spoke to be a Divine person. Nevertheless, what he prepared and brought out appears to be intended simply as an entertainment to refresh a respectable stranger.

Barnes' Commentary on Judges 6 :18

My present - My Minchah: the word used regularly, though not exclusively, for the meat and drink offering (Leviticus 2:1 note). Its double sense of an offering to God, and of a gift to man, suits the doubt in Gideon's mind as to who his visitor might be.

Wesley's Commentary on Judges 6 :18

6:18 My present - A repast for the angel, whom he thought to be a man. Set it - That thou mayest eat and refresh thyself.
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