SEV Biblia, Chapter 30:4 Entonces David y el pueblo que estaba con él, alzaron su voz y lloraron, hasta que les faltaron las fuerzas para llorar.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 30:4 Verse 4. Wept, until they had no more power to weep.] This marks great distress; they wept, as says the Vulgate, till their tears failed them.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. Then David and the people that [were] with him lifted up their voice , etc.] In doleful shrieks, and loud lamentations: and wept, until they had no more power to weep ; till nature was quite exhausted, and no moisture left; so the Vulgate Latin version, “till tears failed in them”; they could shed no more.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-6 - When we go abroad in the way of our duty, we may comfortably hope tha God will take care of our families in our absence, but not otherwise If, when we come off a journey, we find our abode in peace, and no laid waste, as David here found his, let the Lord be praised for it David's men murmured against him. Great faith must expect such sever trials. But, observe, that David was brought thus low, only just befor he was raised to the throne. When things are at the worst with the church and people of God, then they begin to mend. David encourage himself in the Lord his God. His men fretted at their loss, the soul of the people was bitter; their own discontent and impatience added to the affliction and misery. But David bore it better, though he had mor reason than any of them to lament it. They gave liberty to their passions, but he set his graces to work; and while they dispirited eac other, he, by encouraging himself in God, kept his spirit calm. Thos who have taken the Lord for their God, may take encouragement from his in the worst times.
Original Hebrew וישׂא 5375 דוד 1732 והעם 5971 אשׁר 834 אתו 854 את 853 קולם 6963 ויבכו 1058 עד 5704 אשׁר 834 אין 369 בהם כח 3581 לבכות׃ 1058