SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:15 Viendo, pues , David que Saúl había salido en busca de su alma, se estaba él en el bosque en el desierto de Zif.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 15. And David saw that Saul was come out to seek his life , etc.] Either he saw him with his bodily eyes from the top of the mountain where he was, ( 1 Samuel 23:14); or he perceived, he understood by information given him by his friends, it may be by Jonathan, or by spies he sent to observe his motions: and David [was] in the wilderness of Ziph in a wood ; where he and his men could hide themselves among the trees in it; sometimes he was in a mountain in this wilderness, and sometimes in a wood, where he thought himself the safest; thus was this great man obliged to shift about for his safety.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 14-18 - David made no attempt against Saul; he kept God's way, waited God' time, and was content to secure himself in woods and wildernesses. Le it make us think the worse of this world, which often gives such ba treatment to its best men: let it make us long for that kingdom wher goodness shall for ever be in glory, and holiness in honour. We fin Jonathan comforting David. As a pious friend, he directed him to God the Foundation of his comfort. As a self-denying friend, he take pleasure in the prospect of David's advancement to the throne. As constant friend, he renewed his friendship with him. Our covenant with God should be often renewed, and therein our communion with him kep up. If the converse of one friend, at one meeting, gives comfort an strengthens our hearts, what may not be expected from the continua supports and powerful love of the Saviour of sinners, the covenante Friend of believers!
Original Hebrew וירא 7200 דוד 1732 כי 3588 יצא 3318 שׁאול 7586 לבקשׁ 1245 את 853 נפשׁו 5315 ודוד 1732 במדבר 4057 זיף 2128 בחרשׁה׃ 2793