SEV Biblia, Chapter 16:8 Entonces llamó Isaí a Abinadab, y le hizo pasar delante de Samuel, el cual dijo: Ni a éste ha elegido el SEÑOR.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 8. Then Jesse called Abinadab , etc.] His second son, ( 1 Samuel 17:13) and made him pass before Samuel : that he might take a full view of him: and he said, neither hath the Lord chosen this ; which he knew by a private suggestion from him.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 6-13 - It was strange that Samuel, who had been so disappointed in Saul, whose countenance and stature recommended him, should judge of another man by that rule. We can tell how men look, but God can tell what they are. He judges of men by the heart. We often form a mistaken judgment of characters; but the Lord values only the faith, fear, and love, whic are planted in the heart, beyond human discernment. And God does no favour our children according to our fond partiality, but often mos honours and blesses those who have been least regarded. David at lengt was pitched upon. He was the youngest of the sons of Jesse; his nam signifies Beloved; he was a type of God's beloved Son. It should seem David was least set by of all the sons of Jesse. But the Spirit of the Lord came upon David from that day forward. His anointing was not a empty ceremony, a Divine power went with that instituted sign; he foun himself advanced in wisdom and courage, with all the qualifications of a prince, though not advanced in his outward circumstances. This woul satisfy him that his election was of God. The best evidence of ou being predestinated to the kingdom of glory, is, our being sealed with the Spirit of promise, and experience of a work of grace in our hearts.
Original Hebrew ויקרא 7121 ישׁי 3448 אל 413 אבינדב 41 ויעברהו 5674 לפני 6440 שׁמואל 8050 ויאמר 559 גם 1571 בזה 2088 לא 3808 בחר 977 יהוה׃ 3068