SEV Biblia, Chapter 25:37 Pero a la mañana, cuando ya el vino había salido de Nabal, su mujer le declaró estas cosas; y se le amorteció el corazón, y se quedó como una piedra.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 25:37 Verse 37. His heart died within him, and he became as a stone.] He was thunderstruck, and was so terrified at the apprehension of what he had escaped, that the fear overcame his mind, he became insensible to all things around him, probably refused all kinds of nourishment, and died in ten days.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 37. But it came to pass in the morning, when the wine was gone out of Nabal , etc.] When he had slept, and was become sober, and so capable of attending to and understanding what might be related to him: and his wife had told him these things ; recorded in this chapter, before observed: that his heart died within him, and he became [as] a stone ; he swooned away, became as cold as a stone, and remained as senseless, spoke not a word, but lay in a stupor; the Jewish writers generally say this was occasioned by the distress and uneasiness the present his wife carried to David gave him; but it is more likely the sense of the danger that was impressed upon his mind, which he had been exposed to through his carriage to David and his men; who, he feared, notwithstanding all his wife said would return and take vengeance on him.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 32-39 - David gives God thanks for sending him this happy check in a sinfu way. Whoever meet us with counsel, direction, comfort, caution, or seasonable reproof, we must see God sending them. We ought to be very thankful for those happy providences which are the means of keeping u from sinning. Most people think it enough, if they take reproo patiently; but few will take it thankfully, and commend those who giv it, and accept it as a favour. The nearer we are to committing sin, the greater is the mercy of a seasonable restraint. Sinners are often mos secure when most in danger. He was very drunk. A sign he was Nabal, fool, that could not use plenty without abusing it; who could not be pleasant with his friends without making a beast of himself. There is not a surer sign that a man has but little wisdom, nor a surer way to destroy the little he has, than drinking to excess. Next morning, ho he is changed! His heart overnight merry with wine, next morning heav as a stone; so deceitful are carnal pleasures, so soon passes the laughter of the fool; the end of that mirth is heaviness. Drunkards ar sad, when they reflect upon their own folly. About ten days after, the Lord smote Nabal, that he died. David blessed God that he had been kep from killing Nabal. Worldly sorrow, mortified pride, and an affrighte conscience, sometimes end the joys of the sensualist, and separate the covetous man from his wealth; but, whatever the weapon, the Lord smite men with death when it pleases him.
Original Hebrew ויהי 1961 בבקר 1242 בצאת 3318 היין 3196 מנבל 5037 ותגד 5046 לו אשׁתו 802 את 853 הדברים 1697 האלה 428 וימת 4191 לבו 3820 בקרבו 7130 והוא 1931 היה 1961 לאבן׃ 68