SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:36 y a su hijo daré una tribu, para que mi siervo David tenga lámpara todos los días delante de mi faz en Jerusalén, ciudad que yo me elegí para poner en ella mi nombre.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 11:36 Verse 36. That David my servant may have a light alway] That his posterity may never fail, and the regal line never become extinct. This, as we have already seen, was in reference to the Messiah. He was not only David's light, but he was a light to enlighten the Gentiles.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 36. And unto his son will I give one tribe , etc.] Judah and Benjamin reckoned as one; (see Gill on “ 1 Kings 11:13”), that David my servant may have a light always before me in Jerusalem, the city which I have chosen me to put my name there; or a kingdom, as the Targum; or an illustrious prince, a successor, shining in royal majesty and glory, to guide and direct, cheer and comfort, the people of Israel; be an honour to David’s family, and a means of continuing the pure worship of God in the temple at Jerusalem; (see 2 Samuel 21:17 <19D217> Psalm 132:17).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 26-40 - In telling the reason why God rent the kingdom from the house of Solomon, Ahijah warned Jeroboam to take heed of sinning away his preferment. Yet the house of David must be supported; out of it the Messiah would arise. Solomon sought to kill his successor. Had not he taught others, that whatever devices are in men's hearts, the counse of the Lord shall stand? Yet he himself thinks to defeat that counsel Jeroboam withdrew into Egypt, and was content to live in exile an obscurity for awhile, being sure of a kingdom at last. Shall not we be content, who have a better kingdom in reserve?
Original Hebrew ולבנו 1121 אתן 5414 שׁבט 7626 אחד 259 למען 4616 היות 1961 ניר 5216 לדויד 1732 עבדי 5650 כל 3605 הימים 3117 לפני 6440 בירושׁלם 3389 העיר 5892 אשׁר 834 בחרתי 977 לי לשׂום 7760 שׁמי 8034 שׁם׃ 8033