SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:9 Pero ahora no lo absolverás; que hombre sabio eres, y sabes cómo te has de haber con él; y harás descender sus canas con sangre a la sepultura.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 2:9 Verse 9. Hold him not guiltless] Do not consider him as an innocent man, though I have sworn to him that I would not put him to death by the sword; yet as thou art a wise man, and knowest how to treat such persons, treat him as he deserves; only as I have sworn to him, and he is an aged man, let him not die a violent death; bring not down his hoary head to the grave with blood. So Solomon understood David, and so I think David should be understood; for the negative particle al lo, in the former clause, hold him NOT guiltless, should be repeated in this latter clause, though not expressed, his hoary head bring thou NOT down; instances of which frequently occur in the Hebrew Bible. See Dr. Kennicott's note at the end of this chapter.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 9. Now therefore hold him not guiltless , etc.] Do not look upon him as an innocent person; and if he commits an offence against thee, as he has against me, do not acquit him as I have done: for thou [art] a wise man ; so it seems he was before the appearance of the Lord to him at Gibeon, even before his father’s death he had given some proofs of it to David himself: and knowest what thou oughtest to do unto him ; to watch and observe him, and, if found offending, to punish him according to the rules of justice, and the laws of the land: but his hoary head bring thou down to the grave with blood ; spare him not on account of his age, but put him to death whensoever he shall be found guilty, let him not die a natural death.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 5-11 - These dying counsels concerning Joab and Shimei, did not come from personal anger, but for the security of Solomon's throne, which was the murders he had committed, but would readily repeat them to carry an purpose; though long reprieved, he shall be reckoned with at last. Tim does not wear out the guilt of any sin, particularly of murder Concerning Shimei, Hold him not guiltless; do not think him any tru friend to thee, or thy government, or fit to be trusted; he has no les malice now than he had then. David's dying sentiments are recorded, a delivered under the influence of the Holy Ghost, 2Sa 23:1-7. The Lor discovered to him the offices and the salvation of that glorious personage, the Messiah, whose coming he then foretold, and from whom he derived all his comforts and expectations. That passage gives a decide proof that David died under the influence of the Holy Ghost, in the exercise of faith and hope.
Original Hebrew ועתה 6258 אל 408 תנקהו 5352 כי 3588 אישׁ 376 חכם 2450 אתה 859 וידעת 3045 את 853 אשׁר 834 תעשׂה 6213 לו והורדת 3381 את 853 שׂיבתו 7872 בדם 1818 שׁאול׃ 7585