SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:2 Reinó tres años en Jerusalén. El nombre de su madre fue Maaca, hija de Abisalom.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 2. Three years reigned he in Jerusalem , etc.] And three only; his reign was short, and indeed not three full years, only one whole year and part of two others; for Asa his son began to reign in the twentieth of Jeroboam, ( 1 Kings 15:9) so that he reigned part of his eighteenth, this whole nineteenth, and part of his twentieth: and his mother’s name was Maachah the daughter of Abishalom ; called Absalom, ( 2 Chronicles 11:20,21), generally supposed by the Jews to be Absalom the son of David, and which may seem not improbable, since his other two wives were of his father’s family, ( 2 Chronicles 11:18).
Josephus says she was the daughter of Tamar the daughter of Absalom, and so his granddaughter; and which may account for her being called Michaiah the daughter of Uriel of Gibeah, ( 2 Chronicles 13:2) since the difference between Maachah and Michaiah is not very great; and Uriel might he the name of Tamar’s husband; though it is most likely that both father and daughter had two names; she seems to be mentioned here, to observe that she was the cause and means of her son’s disagreeable walk, as follows, (see 1 Kings 15:13).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-8 - Abijam's heart was not perfect with the Lord his God; he wante sincerity; he began well, but he fell off, and walked in all the sin of his father, following his bad example, though he had seen the ba consequences of it. David's family was continued as a lamp in Jerusalem, to maintain the true worship of God there, when the light of Divine truth was extinguished in all other places. The Lord has stil taken care of his cause, while those who ought to have been serviceabl thereto have lived and perished in their sins. The Son of David wil still continue a light to his church, to establish it in truth an righteousness to the end of time. There are two kinds of fulfilling the law, one legal, the other by the gospel. Legal is, when men do all things required in the law, and that by themselves. None ever thu fulfilled the law but Christ, and Adam before his fall. The gospe manner of fulfilling the law is, to believe in Christ who fulfilled the law for us, and to endeavour in the whole man to obey God in all his precepts. And this is accepted of God, as to all those that are in Christ. Thus David and others are said to fulfil the law.
Original Hebrew שׁלשׁ 7969 שׁנים 8141 מלך 4427 בירושׁלם 3389 ושׁם 8034 אמו 517 מעכה 4601 בת 1323 אבישׁלום׃ 53