New American Standard Bible
Let our garners be full, furnishing every kind of produce, And our flocks bring forth thousands and ten thousands in our fields;
King James Bible
That our garners may be full, affording all manner of store: that our sheep may bring forth thousands and ten thousands in our streets:
Darby Bible Translation
Our granaries full, affording all manner of store; our sheep bringing forth thousands, ten thousands in our pastures;
World English Bible
Our barns are full, filled with all kinds of provision. Our sheep bring forth thousands and ten thousands in our fields.
Young's Literal Translation
Our garners are full, bringing out from kind to kind, Our flocks are bringing forth thousands, Ten thousands in our out-places,
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CommentaryBarnes' Notes on the Bible
That our garners may be full - That our fields may yield abundance, so that our granaries may be always filled.
Affording all manner of store - Margin, "From kind to kind." Hebrew, "From sort to sort;" that is, every sort or kind of produce or grain; all, in variety, that is needful for the supply of man and beast.
That our sheep may bring forth thousands and ten thousands in our streets - A great part of the wealth of Palestine always consisted in flocks of sheep; and, from the earliest periods, not a few of the inhabitants were shepherds. This language, therefore, is used to denote national prosperity.
In our streets - The Hebrew word used here means properly whatever is outside; what is out of doors or abroad, as opposed to what is within, as the inside of a house; and then, what is outside of a town, as opposed to what is within. It may, therefore, mean a street Jeremiah 37:21; Job 18:17; Isaiah 5:25; and then the country, the fields, pastures, etc.: Job 5:10; Proverbs 8:26. Here it refers to the pastures; the fields; the commons.
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"Look at the birds of the air, that they do not sow, nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth much more than they?
The meadows are clothed with flocks And the valleys are covered with grain; They shout for joy, yes, they sing.
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So your barns will be filled with plenty And your vats will overflow with new wine.
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