SEV Biblia, Chapter 25:29 Bien que alguien se haya levantado a perseguirte y a buscar tu alma, con todo, el alma de mi señor será ligada en el haz de los que viven con el SEÑOR Dios tuyo, y él arrojará el alma de tus enemigos como de en medio de la palma de una honda.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 25:29 Verse 29. Shall be bound in the bundle of life] Thy life shall be precious in the sight of the Lord: it shall be found in the bundle of life; it shall be supported by Him who is the Spring and Fountain of life, and ever be found united to those who are most favoured by the Almighty.
Them shall he sling out] Far from being bound and kept together in union with the Fountain of life, he will cast them off from himself as a stone is cast out from a sling. This betokens both force and violence.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 29. Yet a man is risen to pursue thee, and to seek thy soul , etc.] His life, to take it away, meaning Saul, whom she chose not to name, because he was king: but the soul of my lord shall be bound up in the bundle of life with the Lord thy God ; should be dear unto the Lord, precious in his esteem, and be carefully preserved by him, among other his chosen ones, and should be safe with him, in his hands, and under his care and keeping; the Jews refer this to eternal life in the world to come, and the safety and security of his soul hereafter; so the Targum, “the soul of my lord shall be treasured up in the treasury of eternal life, before the Lord thy God:” hence they speak of the souls of the righteous being laid up under the throne of glory f507 , in proof of which they produce this text; and so Maimonides understands it of what should be after death, (see Revelation 6:9 Colossians 3:3); and the souls of thine enemies, them shall he sling out, [as out] of the middle of a sling ; that is, remove them swiftly and suddenly, and with force, out of the world, as a stone is slung out of the middle of a sling; (see Jeremiah 10:18).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 18-31 - By a present Abigail atoned for Nabal's denial of David's request. He behaviour was very submissive. Yielding pacifies great offences. Sh puts herself in the place of a penitent, and of a petitioner. She coul not excuse her husband's conduct. She depends not upon her ow reasonings, but on God's grace, to soften David, and expects that grac would work powerfully. She says that it was below him to take vengeanc on so weak and despicable an enemy as Nabal, who, as he would do him n kindness, so he could do him no hurt. She foretells the glorious end of David's present troubles. God will preserve thy life; therefore it becomes not thee unjustly and unnecessarily to take away the lives of any, especially of the people of thy God and Saviour. Abigail keep this argument for the last, as very powerful with so good a man; tha the less he indulged his passion, the more he consulted his peace an the repose of his own conscience. Many have done that in a heat, whic they have a thousand times wished undone again. The sweetness of revenge is soon turned into bitterness. When tempted to sin, we shoul consider how it will appear when we think upon it afterwards.
Original Hebrew ויקם 6965 אדם 120 לרדפך 7291 ולבקשׁ 1245 את 853 נפשׁך 5315 והיתה 1961 נפשׁ 5315 אדני 113 צרורה 6887 בצרור 6872 החיים 2416 את 854 יהוה 3068 אלהיך 430 ואת 853 נפשׁ 5315 איביך 341 יקלענה 7049 בתוך 8432 כף 3709 הקלע׃ 7050