SEV Biblia, Chapter 29:30 con todo su reino, y su potencia, y con los tiempos que pasaron sobre Úl y sobre Israel, y sobre todos los reinos de las tierras.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Chronicles 29:30 Verse 30. The times that went over him] The transactions of his reign, and the occurrences and vicissitudes in his own kingdom, as well as those which were over all the kingdoms of the countries, i.e., in the surrounding nations, in most of which David had a share during his forty years' reign.
Relative to the character of David, see a few remarks in the note on 1 Kings ii. 10; and see more at the end of the Psalms.
Dr. Delaney gives a just view of his character in a few words: "To sum up all, David was a true believer, a zealous adorer of God, teacher of his law and worship, and inspirer of his praise. A glorious example, a perpetual and inexhaustible fountain of true piety. A consummate and unequalled hero; a skillful and fortunate captain; a steady patriot; a wise ruler; a faithful, generous, and magnanimous friend; and, what is yet rarer, a no less generous and magnanimous enemy. A true penitent, a divine musician, a sublime poet, and an inspired prophet. By birth, a peasant; by merit, a prince; in youth, a hero; in manhood, a monarch; and in age, a saint." The matter of Uriah and Bath-sheba is his great but only blot! There he sinned deeply; and no man ever suffered more in his body, soul, and domestic affairs, than he did in consequence. His penitence was as deep and as extraordinary as his crime; and nothing could surpass both but that eternal mercy that took away the guilt, assuaged the sorrow, and restored this most humbled transgressor to character, holiness, and happiness. Let the God of David be exalted for ever!
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 30. With all his reign and his might , etc.] The whole of it, and the mighty valiant acts done by him, the battles he fought, and the victories he obtained: and the times that went over him, and over Israel, and all the kingdoms of the countries ; things that were done in his time in Israel, and in the nations round about subdued by him, as Moab, Ammon, Syria, and Philistia.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 26-30 - When we read the second book of Samuel, we could scarcely have expecte to behold David appear so illustrious in his closing scene. But his repentance had been as remarkable as his sin; and his conduct durin his afflictions, and towards the end of his life, appears to have had good effect on his subjects. Blessed be God, even the chief of sinner may hope for a glorious departure, when brought to repent and flee for refuge to the Saviour's atoning blood. Let us mark the differenc between the spirit and character of the man after God's own heart living and dying, and those of worthless professors, who resemble his in nothing but their sins, and who wickedly try to excuse their crime by his sins. Let us watch and pray, lest we be overcome by temptation and overtaken by sin, to the dishonour of God, and the wounding of ou own consciences. When we feel that we have offended, let us follo David's example of repentance and patience, looking for a glorious resurrection, through our Lord Jesus Christ __________________________________________________________________
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