SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:16 Y el rey dijo: Sin duda morirás, Ahimelec, tú y toda la casa de tu padre.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 16. And the king said, thou shalt surely die, Ahimelech , etc.] He pronounces the sentence himself, without taking the opinion and advice of others, or further time; which was an act of arbitrary power, and upon an innocent person, which was an act of great injustice: thou, and all thy father’s house ; more unrighteous still; but God suffered him to do this to fulfil his will, and execute his threatenings against the house of Eli, which was this priest’s father’s house, for former wickedness; but this is no excuse for, nor extenuation of the sin of, Saul.
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 ויאמר 559 המלך 4428 מות 4191 תמות 4191 אחימלך 288 אתה 859 וכל 3605 בית 1004 אביך׃ 1