SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:10 el cual consultó por él al SEÑOR, y le dio provisión, y también le dio el cuchillo de Goliat el filisteo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 22:10 Verse 10. And he inquired of the Lord for him] This circumstance is not related in history; but it is probably true, as David would most naturally wish to know where to direct his steps in this very important crisis.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. And he inquired of the Lord for him , etc.] Which not being expressed before, some have taken it to be a lie of Doeg’s, he being charged with lying by David, ( Psalm 52:3,4 120:2,3); but it is not at all improbable that David should desire him to inquire of the Lord for him, and that he did; and he seems to acknowledge it, ( 1 Samuel 22:15); but according to the Jewish writers Doeg meant by this to prove a charge of treason both against David and Ahimelech; that the former made himself king, and the latter owned him to be so, since inquiry by Urim and Thummim was not made for a private person, but for a king f456 : and gave him victuals ; hallowed bread, loaves of shewbread, which none but priests might eat of; such was his kindness to him: and gave him the sword of Goliath the Philistine ; which David took from him, and slew him with it. All this was true, but then he acted the deceitful part, with which he is charged in the above psalms, in not declaring how David had imposed upon the priest, by pretending he was sent in haste on the king’s business; which was the reason he was so ill provided with servants, food, and armour; which if Doeg had reported faithfully, as he ought to have done, would have saved the credit and life of the priest, and of his family.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 6-19 - See the nature of jealous malice and its pitiful arts. Saul looks upo all about him as his enemies, because they do not just say as he says In Ahimelech's answer to Saul we have the language of consciou innocence. But what wickedness will not the evil spirit hurry men to when he gets the dominion! Saul alleges that which was utterly fals and unproved. But the most bloody tyrants have found instruments of their cruelty as barbarous as themselves. Doeg, having murdered the priests, went to the city, Nob, and put all to the sword there. Nothin so vile but those may do it, who have provoked God to give them up to their hearts' lusts. Yet this was the accomplishment of the threatenings against the house of Eli. Though Saul was unrighteous in doing this, yet God was righteous in permitting it. No word of God shall fall to the ground.
Original Hebrew וישׁאל 7592 לו ביהוה 3068 וצידה 6720 נתן 5414 לו ואת 853 חרב 2719 גלית 1555 הפלשׁתי 6430 נתן׃ 5414