SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:14 Â¶ Y el SEÑOR suscitó un adversario a Salomón, a Adad, idumeo, de la sangre real, el cual estaba en Edom.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 11:14 Verse 14. The Lord stirred up an adversary] A satan, f . When he sent to Hiram to assist him in building the temple of the Lord, he could say, There was no satan, see chap. v. 4; and all his kingdom was in peace and security,-every than dwelt under his vine, and under his fig tree, chap. iv. 25: but now that he had turned away from God, three satans rise up against him at once, Hadad, Rezon, and Jeroboam.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. And the Lord stirred up an adversary unto Solomon, Hadad the Edomite , etc.] Though he did not take his kingdom from him for his sin, he chastised him with the rod of men, as he said he would; suffering one, and then another, to rise up and disturb his peace in his old age, (see Samuel 7:14) he was of the kings seed in Edom ; of the blood royal.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 14-25 - While Solomon kept close to God and to his duty, there was no enemy to give him uneasiness; but here we have an account of two. If against us he can make us fear even the least, and the very grasshopper shall be burden. Though they were moved by principles of ambition or revenge God used them to correct Solomon.
Original Hebrew ויקם 6965 יהוה 3068 שׂטן 7854 לשׁלמה 8010 את 853 הדד 1908 האדמי 130 מזרע 2233 המלך 4428 הוא 1931 באדום׃ 123