SEV Biblia, Chapter 17:11 Y oyendo Saśl y todo Israel estas palabras del filisteo, se conturbaron, y tuvieron gran miedo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 17:11 Verse 11. Saul and all Israel-were dismayed] They saw no man able to accept the challenge.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 11. When Saul and all Israel heard these words of the Philistine , etc.] For they were delivered with such a tone and strength of voice, as to be heard very generally, at least by many, and which soon was reported through the whole army: they were dismayed, and greatly afraid ; which may seem strange, when there were so many valiant men among them, as Saul himself, who had behaved with so much courage against the Ammonites, Philistines, and Amalekites; but now the Spirit of God was departed from him, and he was become timorous and fearful; and though he was much better than he had been, yet still he was not the man of spirit and resolution as before: there was also Abner, the general of his army, a very valiant man, a great man in Israel, and yet appears not on this occasion; and, what is more wonderful, Jonathan the son of Saul was present, as appears from ( 1 Samuel 18:1) who had not only smitten a garrison of the Philistines, but with one man more only had attacked another garrison, and routed the whole army of the Philistines, and yet now shows not his head against a single man: so it is when God cuts off the spirits of princes, or takes away their courage; victory over this man, and the glory of it, were reserved for David; and all this fear and dread throughout the armies of Israel were suffered, that he might appear the more glorious.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-11 - Men so entirely depend upon God in all things, that when he withdraw his help, the most valiant and resolute cannot find their hearts of hands, as daily experience shows.
Original Hebrew וישׁמע 8085 שׁאול 7586 וכל 3605 ישׂראל 3478 את 853 דברי 1697 הפלשׁתי 6430 האלה 428 ויחתו 2865 ויראו 3372 מאד׃ 3966