SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:39 Y tomando Sadoc sacerdote el cuerno del aceite del tabernáculo, ungió a Salomón; y tocaron trompeta, y dijo todo el pueblo: Â¡Viva el rey Salomón!
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 1:39 Verse 39. Zadok-took a horn of oil] Pottery and glass were little in use in those times; and horns were frequently used to hold oil and wine. The oil used here was the holy anointing oil, which was laid up in the tabernacle, and which was used for the anointing of both priests and kings.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 39. And Zadok the priest took an horn of oil out of the tabernacle , etc.] Not out of the tabernacle of Moses, for that was at Gibeon; (see Chronicles 21:29); and if the oil had been there, it would have been too far to have fetched it, since haste was now required; but this was taken out of the tabernacle David had built for the ark, ( 2 Samuel 6:17); where the ark was, and before which the pot of oil was; so Jarchi; but Kimchi indeed says, that though it was at this time at Gibeon, Zadok went thither, or sent thither to fetch it; and though it is said, the pot of oil was set before the ark, this was when the ark was in the tabernacle; but when they took it out from thence at the war with the Philistines, that and the pot of manna were left in the tabernacle; and they took nothing but the ark; but if they brought the pot afterwards, and put it before the ark in Jerusalem, then it may be understood of the tabernacle David pitched for it; but that he disapproves of. Here Zadok is only said to take the oil, and anoint with it; which he did either as the deputy of the high priest, or he was made use of because the high priest was on the side of Adonijah: and anointed Solomon ; whether it was by pouring it on his head, as Saul was anointed, ( 1 Samuel 10:1); or, as the Jews say f13 , by putting it round about his head in the form of a crown, and then between his eyebrows, is not very material; and they also say f14 , that it is not usual to anoint the son of a king that has been anointed; and that the reason of the anointing of Solomon was, because of the sedition of his brother Adonijah, and to confirm the kingdom to him; this anointing was an emblem of the gifts, graces, and virtues, necessary to qualify a king for the discharge of his office: and they blew the trumpet ; and proclaimed him king: and all the people said, God save King Solomon ; wished him long life and happiness, and gave him a general huzza or shouting.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 32-53 - The people expressed great joy and satisfaction in the elevation of Solomon. Every true Israelite rejoices in the exaltation of the Son of David. Combinations formed upon evil principles will soon be dissolved when self-interest calls another way. How can those who do evil deed expect to have good tidings? Adonijah had despised Solomon, but soo dreaded him. We see here, as in a glass, Jesus, the Son of David an the Son of God, exalted to the throne of glory, notwithstanding all his enemies. His kingdom is far greater than that of his father David, an therein all the true people of God cordially rejoice. The prosperity of his cause is vexation and terror to his enemies. No horns of the altar nor forms of godliness, nor pretences to religion, can profit those wh will not submit to His authority, and accept of his salvation; and in their submission be hypocritical, they shall perish without remedy __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויקח 3947 צדוק 6659 הכהן 3548 את 853 קרן 7161 השׁמן 8081 מן 4480 האהל 168 וימשׁח 4886 את 853 שׁלמה 8010 ויתקעו 8628 בשׁופר 7782 ויאמרו 559 כל 3605 העם 5971 יחי 2421 המלך 4428 שׁלמה׃ 8010