Proverbs 6:33
Parallel Verses
New International Version
Blows and disgrace are his lot, and his shame will never be wiped away.

New Living Translation
He will be wounded and disgraced. His shame will never be erased.

English Standard Version
He will get wounds and dishonor, and his disgrace will not be wiped away.

New American Standard Bible
Wounds and disgrace he will find, And his reproach will not be blotted out.

King James Bible
A wound and dishonour shall he get; and his reproach shall not be wiped away.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
He will get a beating and dishonor, and his disgrace will never be removed.

International Standard Version
He will receive a beating and dishonor, and his shame won't disappear,

NET Bible
He will be beaten and despised, and his reproach will not be wiped away;

Aramaic Bible in Plain English
And he is working to bring disgrace to himself and it apprehends him, and his shame will not be forgotten.

GOD'S WORD® Translation
An adulterous man will find disease and dishonor, and his disgrace will not be blotted out,

Jubilee Bible 2000
A wound and dishonour shall he get, and his reproach shall never be wiped away.

King James 2000 Bible
A wound and dishonor shall he get; and his reproach shall not be wiped away.

American King James Version
A wound and dishonor shall he get; and his reproach shall not be wiped away.

American Standard Version
Wounds and dishonor shall he get; And his reproach shall not be wiped away.

Douay-Rheims Bible
He gathereth to himself shame and dishonour, and his reproach shall not be blotted out:

Darby Bible Translation
A wound and contempt shall he get; and his reproach shall not be wiped away.

English Revised Version
Wounds and dishonour shall he get; and his reproach shall not be wiped away.

Webster's Bible Translation
A wound and dishonor shall he get; and his reproach shall not be wiped away.

World English Bible
He will get wounds and dishonor. His reproach will not be wiped away.

Young's Literal Translation
A stroke and shame he doth find, And his reproach is not wiped away,
Parallel Commentaries
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary

6:20-35 The word of God has something to say to us upon all occasions. Let not faithful reproofs ever make us uneasy. When we consider how much this sin abounds, how heinous adultery is in its own nature, of what evil consequence it is, and how certainly it destroys the spiritual life in the soul, we shall not wonder that the cautions against it are so often repeated. Let us notice the subjects of this chapter. Let us remember Him who willingly became our Surety, when we were strangers and enemies. And shall Christians, who have such prospects, motives, and examples, be slothful and careless? Shall we neglect what is pleasing to God, and what he will graciously reward? May we closely watch every sense by which poison can enter our minds or affections.

Pulpit Commentary

Verse 33. - A wound and dishonour shall he get; and his reproach shall not be wiped away. Two other things more immediate await the adulterer - personal chastisement and loss of reputation. It seems clear that "a wound" (Hebrew, negav, "a stroke" or "blow"), used here in the singular, collectively refers to the corporal punishment, which the outraged husband will inflict upon the adulterer (Delitzsch, Zockler. Lapide). (For the word, see Deuteronomy 17:8; 21:5.) It may also have reference to the punishment inflicted by the Law. In the LXX. the idea is expressed by ὁδύνας, i.e. "pains," and so gives colour to Lapide's explanation of "afflictions of every kind" The Vulgate gives a moral turn to the meaning, and coordinates the word with "dishonour:" Turpitudinem et ignominiam congregat sibi, "Dishonour is the ignominious treatment he will receive on all hands." The second part of the verse states that a brand of disgrace will be attached to his name which will be perpetual, not confined to this life only, but extending beyond it, so that men will never recall it but with this stigma (Patrick, Mercerus). On shall be ... wiped away (Hebrew, timmakeh, the niph. future of makhah, "to wipe off, or away," and in hiph. "to be blotted out," equivalent to the Latin delere), see Deuteronomy 25:6; Ezekiel 6:6; Judges 21:17. The LXX. renders ἐξαλειφθήσεται, and adds, εἰς τὸν αἰῶνα, "forever." The statements of the verse are illustrated by Horace, 'Satires,' lib. 1:2, 37, who describes the dangers and mishaps which befall the adulterer and fornicator.

"Hic se praecipitem tecto dedit; ille flagellis
Ad mortem caesus: fugiens hic decidit acrem
Praedonum in turbam: dedit hic pro corpore nnmmos."


Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible

A wound and dishonour shall he get,.... A wound, stroke, or blow, either from the husband of the strumpet, as was often the case (x) in later times; or from the civil magistrate, being ordered by him to be beaten (y) or stoned; or from God himself inflicting diseases on him; see Genesis 12:17; where the same word is used as here: and "dishonour" from men; for though they do not despise a thief in circumstances before related, yet they will despise an adulterer, and speak reproachfully of him, whenever they have occasion to make mention of him;

and his reproach shall not be wiped away; as long as he lives, though his life may be spared; yea, it shall even continue after death; and though he may repent of his sin and reform, as in the case of David.

(x) "Secat ille cruentis verberibus", Juvenal. Satyr. 10. v. 316. Vid. A. Gell. Noct. Attic. l. 17. c. 18. Horat. Satyr. l. 1. Sat. 2. v. 41, 42. (y) Valer. Maximus, l. 6. c. 1. s. 13.

Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary

33. dishonour—or, "shame," as well as hurt of body (Pr 3:35).

reproach … away—No restitution will suffice;

Proverbs 6:33 Additional Commentaries
Context
Warnings against Adultery
32The one who commits adultery with a woman is lacking sense; He who would destroy himself does it. 33Wounds and disgrace he will find, And his reproach will not be blotted out. 34For jealousy enrages a man, And he will not spare in the day of vengeance.…
Cross References
Proverbs 6:32
But a man who commits adultery has no sense; whoever does so destroys himself.

Proverbs 6:34
For jealousy arouses a husband's fury, and he will show no mercy when he takes revenge.
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