SEV Biblia, Chapter 29:10 Â¶ Asimismo el rey David se alegró mucho, y bendijo al SEÑOR delante de toda la congregación; y dijo David: Bendito seas tú, oh SEÑOR, Dios de Israel, nuestro padre, de siglo a siglo.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. Wherefore David blessed the Lord before all the congregation , etc.] To whose goodness he ascribed both the ability and willingness of him, and his people, to offer after such a manner; he knew it was God that wrought in them both to will and to do, and therefore gave him the glory of it: and David said, blessed be thou, Lord God of Israel our Father, for ever and ever ; the phrase, “our father”, does not belong to the God of Israel, their father by covenant and adoption, but to Israel, or Jacob, the ancestor of the Jewish nation; who is made mention of on this occasion, he being the first that spoke of building an house for God, as some Jewish writers, Jarchi and Kimchi, observe, (see Genesis 28:22).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-19 - We cannot form a right idea of the magnificence of the temple, and the buildings around it, about which such quantities of gold and silve were employed. But the unsearchable riches of Christ exceed the splendour of the temple, infinitely more than that surpassed the meanest cottage on earth. Instead of boasting of these large oblations David gave solemn thanks to the Lord. All they gave for the Lord' temple was his own; if they attempted to keep it, death would soon have removed them from it. They only use they could make of it to their rea advantage, was, to consecrate it to the service of Him who gave it.
Original Hebrew ויברך 1288 דויד 1732 את 853 יהוה 3068 לעיני 5869 כל 3605 הקהל 6951 ויאמר 559 דויד 1732 ברוך 1288 אתה 859 יהוה 3068 אלהי 430 ישׂראל 3478 אבינו 1 מעולם 5769 ועד 5704 עולם׃ 5769