SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:23 Y entrķ Jehú con Jonadab hijo de Recab en el templo de Baal, y dijo a los siervos de Baal: Mirad y ved que por dicha no haya aquí entre vosotros alguno de los siervos del SEŅOR, sino solos los siervos de Baal.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 10:23 Verse 23. None of the servants of the Lord] Though he was not attached to that service, yet he would tolerate it; and as he was led to suppose that he was fulfilling the will of Jehovah in what he was doing, he would of course treat his worship and worshippers with the more respect.
He might have ordered the search to be made on pretense of expelling any of those whom they would consider the profane, especially as this was "a solemn assembly for Baal," as was the custom with the heathen when any extraordinary exhibition of or for their god was expected; thus Callimachus, (Hymn to Apollo,) after imagining the temple and its suburbs to be shaken by the approach of Apollo, cries out, ekav, ekav, ostiv, alitrov. To prevent any suspicion of his real design, such might have been Jehu's plea, else alarm must have been excited, and perhaps some would have escaped.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 23. And Jehu went, and Jehonadab the son of Rechab, into the house of Baal , etc.] Who no doubt was led into the secret, and knew the design of Jehu, or he would not have gone into such an idolatrous place: and said unto the worshippers of Baal, search and look, that there be here with you none of the servants of the Lord, but the worshippers of Baal only ; pretending a great regard to the purity of their worship and sacrifices, that they might not be profaned by the company of such who were not worshippers of Baal, but of Jehovah; whereas his view was to prevent any of the worshippers of God perishing with them, who might out of curiosity go in among them, to behold the manner of their service.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 15-28 - Is thine heart right? This is a question we should often put to ourselves. I make a fair profession, have gained a reputation amon men, but, is my heart right? Am I sincere with God? Jehonadab owne Jehu in the work, both of revenge and of reformation. An upright hear approves itself to God, and seeks no more than his acceptance; but in we aim at the applause of men, we are upon a false foundation. Whethe Jehu looked any further we cannot judge. The law of God was express that idolaters were to be put to death. Thus idolatry was abolished for the present out of Israel. May we desire that it be rooted out of ou hearts.
Original Hebrew ויבא 935 יהוא 3058 ויהונדב 3082 בן 1121 רכב 7394 בית 1004 הבעל 1168 ויאמר 559 לעבדי 5647 הבעל 1168 חפשׂו 2664 וראו 7200 פן 6435 ישׁ 3426 פה 6311 עמכם 5973 מעבדי 5650 יהוה 3068 כי 3588 אם 518 עבדי 5647 הבעל 1168 לבדם׃ 905