SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:35 Y nunca después vino Samuel a ver a Saúl en toda su vida; y Samuel lloraba a Saúl porque el SEÑOR se había arrepentido de haber puesto a Saúl por rey sobre Israel.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 15:35 Verse 35. And Samuel came no more to see Saul] But we read, 1 Sam. xix. 22-24, that Saul went to see Samuel at Naioth, but this does not affect what is said here. From this time Samuel had no connection with Saul; he never more acknowledged him as king; he mourned and prayed for him, and continued to perform his prophetic functions at Ramah, and at Naioth, superintending the school of the prophets in that place.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 35. And Samuel came no more to see Saul until the day of his death , etc.] Or “added not to see him” f316 ; not that he saw him no more, he saw him afterwards, ( 1 Samuel 19:24), but it was accidentally, he did not go to see him, but Saul came to him; and Abarbinel supposes he might not see him then, but hid his face from him; and he observes that it is said, until the day of his death ; which intimates, he thinks, that he saw him after his death, when raised up by the witch of Endor; but that Samuel was then really raised, and was seen, wants proof. The meaning of the expression here is no more than this, that Samuel afterwards did not visit Saul as he used to do; he did not go to him, to give him his advice and counsel, as he wonted: nevertheless Samuel mourned for Saul ; because of his sin, his impenitence, and hypocrisy; and because of the loss of the kingdom to him, and to his posterity; and he might be concerned also about his eternal welfare; for he appears to have a natural affection for him, and was far from envying him as his rival, and rejoicing at his fall: and the Lord repented that he made Saul king over Israel ; nor was his mind altered, neither by the hypocritical confession of Saul, nor by the cordial prayers and heart of Samuel; (see 1 Samuel 15:11).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 32-35 - Many think the bitterness of death is past when it is not gone by; the put that evil day far from them, which is very near. Samuel calls Aga to account for his own sins. He followed the example of his ancestors cruelty, justly therefore is all the righteous blood shed by Amale required. Saul seems unconcerned at the token of God's displeasur which he lay under, yet Samuel mourns day and night for him. Jerusale was carnally secure while Christ wept over it. Do we desire to do the whole will of God? Turn to him, not in form and appearance, but with sincerity __________________________________________________________________
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