SEV Biblia, Chapter 17:37 Y añadió David: el SEÑOR que me ha librado de las garras del león y de las garras del oso, él también me librará de la mano de este filisteo. Y dijo Saúl a David: Ve, y el SEÑOR sea contigo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 17:37 Verse 37. Go, and the Lord be with thee.] Saul saw that these were reasonable grounds of confidence, and therefore wished him success.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 37. And David said moreover , etc.] For the further confirmation of it, and as more strongly expressing his faith of it; not as owing to any natural strength or skill of his, but to the power of God, of whose assistance he made no question: the Lord that delivered me out of the paw of the lion, and out of the paw of the bear ; for to him he ascribes his deliverance from those savage creatures, and his victory over them, and on him he relied for help and salvation in the present case: he will deliver me out of the hand of this Philistine ; David did not go forth in his own name and strength, but in the name and strength of the Lord of hosts: and Saul ; seeing him so positive, and fully assured of victory: said unto David, go, and the Lord be with thee ; to help and assist him, to deliver him out of the hand of the Philistine, and give him victory over him; the Targum is, “the Word of the Lord be for thy help.”
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 31-39 - A shepherd lad, come the same morning from keeping sheep, had mor courage than all the mighty men of Israel. Thus God often sends goo words to his Israel, and does great things for them, by the weak an foolish things of the world. As he had answered his brother's passio with meekness, so David answered Saul's fear with faith. When Davi kept sheep, he proved himself very careful and tender of his flock This reminds us of Christ, the good Shepherd, who not only ventured but laid down his life for the sheep. Our experience ought to encourag us to trust in God, and be bold in the way of duty. He that ha delivered, does and will continue to do so. David gained leave to figh the Philistine. Not being used to such armour as Saul put upon him, he was not satisfied to go in that manner; this was from the Lord, that is might more plainly appear he fought and conquered in faith, and tha the victory was from Him who works by the feeblest and most despise means and instruments. It is not to be inquired how excellent any thin is, but how proper. Let Saul's coat be ever so rich, and his armou ever so strong, what is David the better if they fit him not? But faith, prayer, truth, and righteousness; the whole armour of God, an the mind that was in Christ; are equally needful for all the servant of the Lord, whatever may be their work.
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 דוד 1732 יהוה 3068 אשׁר 834 הצלני 5337 מיד 3027 הארי 738 ומיד 3027 הדב 1677 הוא 1931 יצילני 5337 מיד 3027 הפלשׁתי 6430 הזה 2088 ויאמר 559 שׁאול 7586 אל 413 דוד 1732 לך 1980 ויהוה 3068 יהיה 1961 עמך׃ 5973