SEV Biblia, Chapter 24:1 Â¶ Y cuando Saúl volvió de los filisteos, le dieron aviso diciendo: He aquí que David está en el desierto de En-gadi.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 24:1 Verse 1. Saul was returned] It is very probable that it was only a small marauding party that had made an excursion in the Israelitish borders, and this invasion was soon suppressed.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. And it came to pass, when Saul was returned from following the Philistines , etc.] Having, as it should seem, got the victory over them, and driven them out of his country, and pursued them to their own: that it was told him, saying, behold, David [is] in the wilderness of Engedi ; in the strong holds of it, the high rocks and mountains in it, ( Samuel 23:29).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-7 - God delivered Saul into David's hand. It was an opportunity given to David to exercise faith and patience. He had a promise of the kingdom but no command to slay the king. He reasons strongly, both with himsel and with his men, against doing Saul any hurt. Sin is a thing which it becomes us to startle at, and to resist temptations thereto. He no only would not do this bad thing himself, but he would not suffer thos about him to do it. Thus he rendered good for evil, to him from whom he received evil for good; and was herein an example to all who are calle Christians, not to be overcome of evil, but to overcome evil with good.
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