SEV Biblia, Chapter 25:6 Y de Israel tomó a sueldo cien mil hombres valientes, por cien talentos de plata.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 6. He hired also one hundred thousand mighty men of valour out of Israel , etc.] The ten tribes, judging his own army not sufficient for his expedition against the Edomites he was meditating: for one hundred talents of silver ; which amounted to 35,300 pounds sterling, and according to Beckius were about five florins and a half to each soldier.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-13 - Amaziah was no enemy to religion, but cool and indifferent friend. Man do what is good, but not with a perfect heart. Rashness makes work for repentance. But Amaziah's obedience to the command of God was to his honour. A firm belief of God's all-sufficiency to bear us out in ou duty, and to make up all the loss and damage was sustain in his service, will make his yoke very easy, and his burden very light. When we are called to part with any thing for God and our religion, i should satisfy us, that God is able to give us much more than this Convinced sinners, who have not true faith, always object to self-denying obedience. They are like Amaziah; they say, But what shal we do for the hundred talents? What shall we do if by keeping the sabbath holy we lose so many good customers? What shall we do withou this gain? What shall we do if we lose the friendship of the world Many endeavour to quiet their consciences by the pretence tha forbidden practices are necessary. The answer is, as here, The Lord i able to give thee much more than this. He makes up, even in this world for all that is given up for his sake.
Original Hebrew וישׂכר 7936 מישׂראל 3478 מאה 3967 אלף 505 גבור 1368 חיל 2428 במאה 3967 ככר 3603 כסף׃ 3701