SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:13 Sin embargo no romperé todo el reino, sino que daré una tribu a tu hijo, por amor de David mi siervo, y por amor de Jerusalén que yo he elegido.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 11:13 Verse 13. Will give one tribe-for David my servant's sake] The line of the Messiah must be preserved. The prevailing lion must come out of the tribe of Judah: not only the tribe must be preserved, but the regal line and the regal right. All this must be done for the true David's sake: and this was undoubtedly what God had in view by thus miraculously preserving the tribe of Judah and the royal line, in the midst of so general a defection.
And for Jerusalem's sake] As David was a type of the Messiah, so was Jerusalem a type of the true Church: therefore the OLD Jerusalem must be preserved in the hands of the tribe of Judah, till the true David should establish the NEW Jerusalem in the same land, and in the same city. And what a series of providences did it require to do all these things!
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 13. Howbeit, I will not rend away all the kingdom , etc.] The whole kingdom of Israel: but will give one tribe to thy son ; but it seems he had both Benjamin and Judah, and only ten tribes were rent from him; the reason of this mode of expression may be, either because he gave him one of the tribes of Israel, besides that of Judah, which was his own tribe; or only the tribe of Judah is meant, the whole tribe of Benjamin not being his, since Bethel, and some other places in that tribe, were in the possession of Jeroboam; or rather both these are called but one, because their inheritances lay together, and were mixed with one another; and particularly both had a share in the city of Jerusalem, and the kingdom always after the division went by the name of Judah only: and this tribe was given for David my servant’s sake ; because of the promise to him, that there should not want one of his seed to sit on his throne, ( 1 Kings 9:5) and for Jerusalem’s sake, whom I have chosen ; to have the house of his sanctuary and worship in, and therefore thought fit to have one rule there, that, would have a regard to his service in it.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 9-13 - The Lord told Solomon, it is likely by a prophet, what he must expec for his apostacy. Though we have reason to hope that he repented, an found mercy, yet the Holy Ghost did not expressly record it, but lef it doubtful, as a warning to others not to sin. The guilt may be take away, but not the reproach; that will remain. Thus it must remai uncertain to us till the day of judgment, whether or not Solomon wa left to suffer the everlasting displeasure of an offended God.
Original Hebrew רק 7535 את 853 כל 3605 הממלכה 4467 לא 3808 אקרע 7167 שׁבט 7626 אחד 259 אתן 5414 לבנך 1121 למען 4616 דוד 1732 עבדי 5650 ולמען 4616 ירושׁלם 3389 אשׁר 834 בחרתי׃ 977