SEV Biblia, Chapter 19:1 Â¶ Y Josafat rey de Judá se volvió en paz a su casa en Jerusalén.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Chronicles 19:1 Verse 1. Returned to his house in peace] That is, in safety, notwithstanding he had been exposed to a danger so imminent, from which only the especial mercy of God could have saved him.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. And Jehoshaphat the king of Judah returned , etc.] From Ramothgilead, after Ahab was slain: to his house in peace in Jerusalem ; to his palace there in safety, having narrowly escaped losing his life in the battle.
Matthew Henry Commentary Jehoshaphat visits his kingdom.
--Whenever we return in peace to our houses, we ought to acknowledg God's providence in preserving our going out and coming in. And if we have been kept through more than common dangers, we are, in a specia manner, bound to be thankful. Distinguishing mercies lay us unde strong obligations. The prophet tells Jehoshaphat he had done very il in joining Ahab. He took the reproof well. See the effect the reproo had upon him. He strictly searched his own kingdom. By what the prophe said, Jehoshaphat perceived that his former attempts for reformatio were well-pleasing to God; therefore he did what was then left undone It is good when commendations quicken us to our duty. There ar diversities of gifts and operations, but all from the same Spirit, and for the public good; and as every one has received the gift, so let his minister the same. Blessed be God for magistrates and ministers scribes and statesmen, men of books, and men of business. Observe the charge the king gave. They must do all in the fear of the Lord, with perfect, upright heart. And they must make it their constant care to prevent sin, as an offence to God, and what would bring wrath on the people __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew וישׁב 7725 יהושׁפט 3092 מלך 4428 יהודה 3063 אל 413 ביתו 1004 בשׁלום 7965 לירושׁלם׃ 3389