SEV Biblia, Chapter 30:2 Y el rey tomó consejo con sus príncipes, y con toda la congregación en Jerusalén, para hacer la pascua en el mes segundo:
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Chronicles 30:2 Verse 2. In the second month.] In Ijar, as they could not celebrate it in Nisan, the fourteenth of which month was the proper time. But as they could not complete the purgation of the temple, till the sixteenth of that month, therefore they were obliged to hold it now, or else adjourn it till the next year, which would have been fatal to that spirit of reformation which had now taken place. The law itself had given permission to those who were at a distance, and could not attend to the fourteenth of the first month, and to those who were accidentally defiled, and ought not to attend, to celebrate the passover on the fourteenth of the second month; see Num. ix. 10, 11. Hezekiah therefore, and his counsellors, thought that they might extend that to the people at large, because of the delay necessarily occasioned by the cleansing of the temple, which was granted to individuals in such cases as the above, and the result showed that they had not mistaken the mind of the Lord upon the subject.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 2. For the king had taken counsel, and his princes, and all the congregation in Jerusalem , etc.] He and his nobles, and the great sanhedrim or senate of the nation, had consulted together: to keep the passover in the second month ; in the month Ijar, as the Targum, because they could not keep it in the first month, as it should have been kept, according to the law of God, for the reasons following.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-12 - Hezekiah made Israel as welcome to the passover, as any of his ow subjects. Let us yield ourselves unto the Lord. Say not, you will do what you please, but resolve to do what he pleases. We perceive in the carnal mind a stiffness, an obstinacy, an unaptness to compel with God we have it from our fathers: this must be overcome. Those who, throug grace, have turned to God themselves, should do all they can to brin others to him. Numbers will be scorners, but some will be humbled an benefited; perhaps where least expected. The rich mercy of God is the great argument by which to enforce repentance; the vilest who submi and yield themselves to the Lord, seek his grace, and give themselve to his service, shall certainly be saved. Oh that messengers were sen forth to carry these glad tidings to every city and every village through every land!
Original Hebrew ויועץ 3289 המלך 4428 ושׂריו 8269 וכל 3605 הקהל 6951 בירושׁלם 3389 לעשׂות 6213 הפסח 6453 בחדשׁ 2320 השׁני׃ 8145