SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:4 Mas ellos tuvieron gran temor, y dijeron: He aquí dos reyes no pudieron resistirle, Â¿cómo le resistiremos nosotros?
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 10:4 Verse 4. Two kings stood not before him] That is Joram and Ahaziah.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. But they were exceedingly afraid , etc.] They were intimidated at once; for they saw the purport of those letters, that should they attempt anything of this kind, he would come upon them with his forces: and said, behold, two kings stood not before him ; the kings of Israel and Judah, Joram and Ahaziah; but they were unarmed, and therefore how should they stand before an armed body of men Jehu had with him? this shows the pusillanimity of these men to make use of such an argument as this: how then shall we stand ? that is, before Jehu; but they were in much better circumstances than the two kings, as they are truly represented in ( Kings 10:2).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-14 - In the most awful events, though attended by the basest crimes of man the truth and justice of God are to be noticed; and he never did no can command any thing unjust or unreasonable. Jehu destroyed all tha remained of the house of Ahab; all who had been partners in his wickedness. When we think upon the sufferings and miseries of mankind when we look forward to the resurrection and last judgment, and thin upon the vast number of the wicked waiting their awful sentence of everlasting fire; when the whole sum of death and misery has bee considered, the solemn question occurs, Who slew all these? The answe is, SIN. Shall we then harbour sin in our bosoms, and seek for happiness from that which is the cause of all misery?
Original Hebrew ויראו 3372 מאד 3966 מאד 3966 ויאמרו 559 הנה 2009 שׁני 8147 המלכים 4428 לא 3808 עמדו 5975 לפניו 6440 ואיך 349 נעמד 5975 אנחנו׃ 587