SEV Biblia, Chapter 29:7 y dieron para el servicio de la Casa de Dios cinco mil talentos de oro y diez mil sueldos, y diez mil talentos de plata, y dieciocho mil talentos de bronce, y cinco mil talentos de hierro.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Chronicles 29:7 Verse 7. Of gold five thousand talents] These, at five thousand and seventy-five pounds, fifteen shillings, and seven pence halfpenny each, amount to twenty-five millions, three hundred and seventy-eight thousand nine hundred and six pounds, five shillings, sterling. If, with Dr. Prideaux, we estimate the golden talent at upwards of seven thousand pounds sterling, the value of these five thousand talents will be much more considerable. See the notes on Exod. xxv. 39; Matt. xviii. 24; and the calculations at the end of the notes on 2 Chron. ix. 29.
Ten thousand drams] Probably golden darics, worth each about twenty shillings, amounting to ten thousand pounds.
Of silver ten thousand talents] These, at three hundred and fifty-three pounds, eleven shillings, and ten-pence halfpenny, each, amount to three millions five hundred and thirty-five thousand, nine hundred and thirty-seven pounds, ten shillings, sterling.
Brass eighteen thousand talents] Each six hundred and fifty- seven thousand grains, amount to one thousand and twenty-six tons, eleven hundred weight, and one quarter.
One hundred thousand talents of iron] Each six hundred and fifty-seven thousand grains, amount to five thousand seven hundred and three tons, two hundred weight, and a half.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 7. And gave for the service of the house of God, etc.] For building and adorning it, and providing proper utensils for it: of gold five thousand talents; which, according to Scheuchzer f150 , came to 61,100,000 ducats of gold: and these, with “the 10,000 drachms”)); make of our money, according to Brerewood f151 , 22,507,500 pounds; some reckon a drachm at two ducats and a half, and somewhat more f152 : and of silver ten thousand talents ; which, according to the former writer, amounted to 450,000,000 imperials, or rix dollars; and, according to the latter, they made of our money 3,750,000 pounds: and of brass eighteen thousand talents, and one hundred thousand talents of iron ; the weight of each of which were so much.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-9 - What is done in works of piety and charity, should be done willingly not by constraint; for God loves a cheerful giver. David set a goo example. This David offered, not from constraint, or for show; but because he had set his affection to the house of God, and thought he could never do enough towards promoting that good work. Those who woul draw others to good, must lead the way themselves.
Original Hebrew ויתנו 5414 לעבודת 5656 בית 1004 האלהים 430 זהב 2091 ככרים 3603 חמשׁת 2568 אלפים 505 ואדרכנים 150 רבו 7239 וכסף 3701 ככרים 3603 עשׂרת 6235 אלפים 505 ונחשׁת 5178 רבו 7239 ושׁמונת 8083 אלפים 505 ככרים 3603 וברזל 1270 מאה 3967 אלף 505 ככרים׃ 3603