SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:7 Y la Casa cuando se edificó, la fabricaron de piedras perfectas que traían ya acabadas de labrar ; de tal manera que cuando la edificaban, ni martillos ni hachas se oyeron en la Casa, ni ningún otro instrumento de hierro.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 6:7 Verse 7. The house-was built of stone] It appears that every stone was hewn and squared, and its place in the building ascertained, before it came to Jerusalem: the timbers were fitted in like manner. This greatly lessened the trouble and expense of carriage. On this account, that all was prepared at Mount Lebanon, there was neither hammer, axe, nor any tool of iron heard in the building; nothing except mallets to drive the tenons into the mortises, and drive in the pins to fasten them, was necessary: therefore there was no noise. But why is this so particularly marked? Is it not because the temple was a type of the kingdom of God; and the souls of men are to be prepared here for that place of blessedness? There, there is no preaching, exhortations, repentance, ears, cries, nor prayers; the stones must be all squared and fitted here for their place in the New Jerusalem, and, being living stones, must be built up a holy temple for a habitation of God through the Spirit.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 7. And the house, when it was in building , etc.] And all the while it was building: was built of stone made ready before it was brought thither ; being hewn or squared by the builders and stonesquarers of Solomon and Hiram, ( Kings 5:18); wherefore the builders had nothing more to do than to lay them in their proper places in the building; it was built with these stones quite up to the ceiling, as Josephus says f95 ; and these so admirably polished, and so artificially joined together, that not the least sign of an axe, or of any working tool, could be discerned in them: so that there was neither hammer, nor axe, [nor] any tool of iron, heard in the house while it was in building ; the first of these observations shows, that none are to be laid in the spiritual building of the church, but such as are first hewed and squared by the Spirit, grace, and word of God: or who have an experience of the grace of God, are sound in the faith, and of becoming lives and good conduct; and the other denotes, that such as are therein, whether ministers or members, should do all they do for the edification of the church in a quiet and peaceable manner, without clamour, contention, fights, and tumults.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-10 - The temple is called the house of the Lord, because it was directed an modelled by him, and was to be employed in his service. This gave in the beauty of holiness, that it was the house of the Lord, which wa far beyond all other beauties. It was to be the temple of the God of peace, therefore no iron tool must be heard; quietness and silence sui and help religious exercises. God's work should be done with much car and little noise. Clamour and violence often hinder, but never furthe the work of God. Thus the kingdom of God in the heart of man grows u in silence, Mr 5:27.
Original Hebrew והבית 1004 בהבנתו 1129 אבן 68 שׁלמה 8003 מסע 4551 נבנה 1129 ומקבות 4717 והגרזן 1631 כל 3605 כלי 3627 ברזל 1270 לא 3808 נשׁמע 8085 בבית 1004 בהבנתו׃ 1129