SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:40 Y durmió Acab con sus padres, y reinó en su lugar Ocozías su hijo.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 40. So Ahab slept with his fathers, and Ahaziah his son reigned in his stead ,] Of whom more is said in the latter part of this chapter, and in the following book.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 29-40 - Ahab basely intended to betray Johoshaphat to danger, that he migh secure himself. See what they get that join with wicked men. How can it be expected that he should be true to his friend, who has been false to his God! He had said in compliment to Ahab, I am as thou art, and no he was indeed taken for him. Those that associate with evil-doers, ar in danger of sharing in their plagues. By Jehoshaphat's deliverance God let him know, that though he was displeased with him, yet he ha not deserted him. God is a friend that will not fail us when othe friends do. Let no man think to hide himself from God's judgment. God directed the arrow to hit Ahab; those cannot escape with life, whom God has doomed to death. Ahab lived long enough to see part of Micaiah' prophecy accomplished. He had time to feel himself die; with what horror must he have thought upon the wickedness he had committed!
Original Hebrew וישׁכב 7901 אחאב 256 עם 5973 אבתיו 1 וימלך 4427 אחזיהו 274 בנו 1121 תחתיו׃ 8478