SEV Biblia, Chapter 30:6 Y David fue muy angustiado, porque el pueblo hablaba de apedrearlo; porque todo el pueblo estaba con ánimo amargo, cada uno por sus hijos y por sus hijas; mas David se esforzó en el SEÑOR su Dios.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Samuel 30:6 Verse 6. The people spake of stoning him] David had done much to civilize those men; but we find by this of what an unruly and ferocious spirit they were; and yet they strongly felt the ties of natural affection, they "grieved every man for his sons and for his daughters." David encouraged himself in the Lord] He found he could place very little confidence in his men; and, as he was conscious that this evil had not happened either through his neglect or folly, he saw he might the more confidently expect succour from his Maker.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 6. And David was greatly distressed , etc.] Partly for the loss of his two wives, and partly because of the mutiny and murmuring of his men: for the people spake of stoning him ; as the Israelites did of Moses and Aaron, ( Numbers 14:10); the reason of this was, because, as they judged, it was owing to David that they went along with Achish, and left the city defenceless, and because he had provoked the Amalekites by his inroad upon them, who took this opportunity of avenging themselves.
Abarbinel is of opinion that it was his excess of sorrow for his two wives, and his remissness and backwardness to take vengeance on their enemies, that provoked them, and put them on talking after this manner: because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters ; as well as David; and they were very desirous of recovering them if possible, and of taking vengeance on those who had carried them captive: but David encouraged himself in the Lord his God ; took all patiently, and exercised faith on his God; he encouraged himself in the power and providence of God; in the promises of God, and his faithfulness in keeping them; in a view of his covenant relation to God; in remembrance of the grace, mercy, and goodness of God, and his former experiences of it; hoping and believing that God would appear for him in some way or another, and work salvation for him. The Targum is, “he strengthened himself in the Word of the Lord his God;” in Christ the Word of God, and in the power of his might, and in the grace that is in him, ( Ephesians 6:10 2 Timothy 2:1).
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 ותצר 3334 לדוד 1732 מאד 3966 כי 3588 אמרו 559 העם 5971 לסקלו 5619 כי 3588 מרה 4784 נפשׁ 5315 כל 3605 העם 5971 אישׁ 376 על 5921 בנו 1121 ועל 5921 בנתיו 1323 ויתחזק 2388 דוד 1732 ביהוה 3068 אלהיו׃ 430