SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:1 Â¶ Y dijo David: Esta será la Casa del SEÑOR Dios, y este será el altar del holocausto para Israel.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Chronicles 22:1 Verse 1. David said, This is the house of the Lord] Till a temple is built for his name, this place shall be considered the temple of God; and on this altar, and not on that at Gibeon, shall the burnt-offerings of Israel be made.
David probably thought that this was the place on which God designed that his house should be built; and perhaps it was this that induced him to buy, not only the threshing-floor, but probably some adjacent ground also, as Calmet supposes, that there might be sufficient room for such a building.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. Then David said , etc.] Within himself, or to some principal persons about him: this is the house of the Lord God ; the place where the temple was to be built, hinted at in ( Deuteronomy 12:5) and elsewhere; the meaning is, here, or in “this” place, shall be the house of God, so Noldius f88 , for as yet there were none; but it was now made known to David that here it should be built, and so the words in ( 2 Chronicles 3:1) should be rendered, then Solomon began to build the house of the Lord in Jerusalem, which was shown to David his father, which he prepared in the place of David, that which he bought in the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite: and this is the altar for the burnt offering for Israel ; not which he had built here; but this is the place where one should be built for the people of Israel to bring their offerings to, and to be here offered for them by the priests: this he said by a divine impulse upon his mind, or which he concluded from the acceptance of his sacrifice here, signified by fire that came down from heaven and consumed it; and this being in the threshingfloor of the Jebusites, might prefigure the church of God to be built up among the Gentiles.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-5 - On occasion of the terrible judgment inflicted on Israel for the sin of David, God pointed out the place where he would have the temple built upon which, David was excited to make preparations for the great work David must not build, but he would do all he could; he prepare abundantly before his death. What our hands find to do for God, and ou souls, and those round us, let us do it with all our might, before ou death; for after death there is no device nor working. And when the Lord refuses to employ us in those services which we desired, we mus not be discouraged or idle, but do what we can, though in a humble sphere.
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 דויד 1732 זה 2088 הוא 1931 בית 1004 יהוה 3068 האלהים 430 וזה 2088 מזבח 4196 לעלה 5930 לישׂראל׃ 3478