SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:1 Â¶ Y durmió Abías con sus padres, y fue sepultado en la ciudad de David. Y reinó en su lugar su hijo Asa, en cuyos días reposó la tierra diez años.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Chronicles 14:1 Verse 1. The land was quiet ten years.] Calmet thinks these years should be counted from the fifth to the fifteenth of Asa's reign.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. So Abijah slept with his fathers , ( 1 Kings 15:8) and Asa his son reigned in his stead; in his days the land was quiet ten years ; the Targum is, the land of Israel; but much better the Septuagint, the land of Judah; these ten years, in which it had rest from war, were the first three years of Asa’s reign, and the first seven of Baasha’s, according to Jarchi, and which seems right; after which there was war between them all their days, (see 1 Kings 15:32,33).
Matthew Henry Commentary Asa's piety, He strengthens his kingdom.
--Asa aimed at pleasing God, and studied to approve himself to him Happy those that walk by this rule, not to do that which is right in their own eyes, or in the eye of the world, but which is so in God' sight. We find by experience that it is good to seek the Lord; it give us rest; while we pursue the world, we meet with nothing but vexation Asa consulted with his people how to make a good use of the peace the enjoyed; and concluded with them that they must not be idle, no secure. A formidable army of Ethiopians invaded Asa's kingdom. Thi evil came upon them, that their faith in God might be tried. Asa' prayer is short, but it is the real language of faith and expectatio from God. When we go forth in God's name, we cannot but prosper, an all things work together for the good of those whom he favours __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew וישׁכב 7901 אביה 29 עם 5973 אבתיו 1 ויקברו 6912 אתו 853 בעיר 5892 דויד 1732 וימלך 4427 אסא 609 בנו 1121 תחתיו 8478 בימיו 3117 שׁקטה 8252 הארץ 776 עשׂר 6235 שׁנים׃ 8141