SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:25 Y Micaías respondió: He aquí tú lo verás en aquel día, cuando te irás metiendo de cámara en cámara por esconderte.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 22:25 Verse 25. When thou shalt go into an inner chamber] It is probable that this refers to some Divine judgment which fell upon this deceiver. Hearing of the tragical result of the battle, he no doubt went into a secret place to hide himself from the resentment of Jezebel, and the Israelitish courtiers, and there it is probable he perished; but how, when, or where, is not mentioned.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 25. And Micaiah said, behold, thou shalt see in the day when thou shalt go into an inner chamber to hide thyself .] Who would either accompany Ahab to the battle, and, upon his being wounded, flee to the first place of secrecy for safety; or, upon the news of his defeat brought to Samaria, would betake himself to a private chamber for security, fearing the enemy would pursue to the very place; or else through fear of the populace, who would attribute the death of the king to the advice of him and the other prophets.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 15-28 - The greatest kindness we can do to one that is going in a dangerou way, is, to tell him of his danger. To leave the hardened crimina without excuse, and to give a useful lesson to others, Micaiah relate his vision. This matter is represented after the manner of men: we ar not to imagine that God is ever put upon new counsels; or that he need to consult with angels, or any creature, about the methods he shoul take; or that he is the author of sin, or the cause of any man' telling or believing a lie. Micaiah returned not the blow of Zedekiah yet, since he boasted of the Spirit, as those commonly do that know least of the Holy Spirit's operations, the true prophet left him to be convinced of his error by the event. Those that will not have their mistakes set right in time, by the word of God, will be undeceived when it is too late, by the judgments of God. We should be ashamed of what we call trials, were we to consider what the servants of God have endured. Yet it will be well, if freedom from trouble prove not mor hurtful to us; we are more easily allured and bribed int unfaithfulness and conformity to the world, than driven to them.
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