SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:12 Mas Judá cayó delante de Israel, y huyeron cada uno a sus estancias.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 12. And Judah was put to the worse before Israel , etc.] Could not face them; but, as Josephus says, a sudden fear and consternation seized them, and before they joined battle with the Israelites, turned their backs: and they fled every man to their tents ; to their cities, as the Targum, and left their king alone.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-14 - For some time after the division of the kingdoms, Judah suffered muc from the enmity of Israel. After Asa's time, it suffered more by the friendship of Israel, and by the alliance made with them. Now we mee with hostility between them again. How may a humble man smile to hea two proud and scornful men set their wits on work, to vilify an undervalue one another! Unholy success excites pride; pride excite contentions. The effects of pride in others, are insufferable to thos who are proud themselves. These are the sources of trouble and sin in private life; but when they arise between princes, they become the misery of their whole kingdoms. Jehoash shows Amaziah the folly of his challenge; Thine heart has lifted thee up. The root of all sin is in the heart, thence it flows. It is not Providence, the event, the occasion, whatever it is, that makes men proud, secure, discontented or the like, but their own hearts do it. (2Ki 14:15-22)
Original Hebrew וינגף 5062 יהודה 3063 לפני 6440 ישׂראל 3478 וינסו 5127 אישׁ 376 לאהלו׃ 168