SEV Biblia, Chapter 8:11 Y los sacerdotes no pudieron estar para ministrar por causa de la nube; porque la gloria del SEŅOR había llenado la Casa del SEŅOR.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 8:11 Verse 11. The glory of the Lord had filled the house] The cloud, the symbol of the Divine glory and presence, appears to have filled not only the holy of holies, but the whole temple, court and all, and to have become evident to the people; and by this Solomon knew that God had honoured the place with his presence, and taken it for his habitation in reference to the people of Israel.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 11. So that the priests could not stand to minister, because of the cloud , etc.] Either through the darkness it first caused, or through the light that broke out of it, which was dazzling to them, or through the terror it struck their minds with; they could neither minister in the holy place, by offering incense there; and as for the most holy place, none but the high priest could minister there, and that on one day only; nor in the court of the priests, at the altar of burnt offerings: for the glory of the Lord had filled the house of the Lord ; a bright and glorious stream came forth from the cloud, and spread itself all over the house, and then took up its abode in the most holy place as in the tabernacle, ( Exodus 40:34 Ezekiel 43:2,4,5).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-11 - The bringing in the ark, is the end which must crown the work: this wa done with great solemnity. The ark was fixed in the place appointed for its rest in the inner part of the house, whence they expected God to speak to them, even in the most holy place. The staves of the ark wer drawn out, so as to direct the high priest to the mercy-seat over the ark, when he went in, once a year, to sprinkle the blood there; so tha they continued of use, though there was no longer occasion to carry it by them. The glory of God appearing in a cloud may signify, 1. The darkness of that dispensation, in comparison with the light of the gospel, by which, with open face, we behold, as in a glass, the glor of the Lord. 2. The darkness of our present state, in comparison with the sight of God, which will be the happiness of heaven, where the Divine glory is unveiled.
Original Hebrew ולא 3808 יכלו 3201 הכהנים 3548 לעמד 5975 לשׁרת 8334 מפני 6440 הענן 6051 כי 3588 מלא 4390 כבוד 3519 יהוה 3068 את 853 בית 1004 יהוה׃ 3068