SEV Biblia, Chapter 19:30 Y lo que hubiere escapado, lo que habrá quedado de la casa de Judá, volverá a echar raíz abajo, y hará fruto arriba.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 19:30 Verse 30. The remnant-shall yet again take root] As your corn shall take root in the soil, and bring forth and abundantly multiply itself, so shall the Jewish people; the population shall be greatly increased, and the desolations occasioned by the sword soon be forgotten.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 20-34 - All Sennacherib's motions were under the Divine cognizance. God himsel undertakes to defend the city; and that person, that place, cannot but be safe, which he undertakes to protect. The invasion of the Assyrian probably had prevented the land from being sown that year. The next is supposed to have been the sabbatical year, but the Lord engaged tha the produce of the land should be sufficient for their support durin those two years. As the performance of this promise was to be after the destruction of Sennacherib's army, it was a sign to Hezekiah's faith assuring him of that present deliverance, as an earnest of the Lord' future care of the kingdom of Judah. This the Lord would perform, no for their righteousness, but his own glory. May our hearts be as goo ground, that his word may strike root therein, and bring forth fruit in our lives.
Original Hebrew ויספה 3254 פליטת 6413 בית 1004 יהודה 3063 הנשׁארה 7604 שׁרשׁ 8328 למטה 4295 ועשׂה 6213 פרי 6529 למעלה׃ 4605