SEV Biblia, Chapter 19:32 Por tanto, el SEÑOR dice así del rey de Asiria: No entrará en esta ciudad, ni echará saeta en ella; ni vendrá delante de ella escudo, ni será echado contra ella baluarte.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 19:32 Verse 32. He shall not, &c.] Here follow the fullest proofs that Jerusalem shall not be taken by the Assyrians. 1. He shall not come into this city; 2.
He shall not be able to get so near as to shoot an arrow into it; 3. He shall not be able to bring an army before it, 4. Nor shall he be able to raise any redoubt or mound against it; 5. No; not even an Assyrian shield shall be seen in the country; not even a foraging party shall come near the city.
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 לכן 3651 כה 3541 אמר 559 יהוה 3068 אל 413 מלך 4428 אשׁור 804 לא 3808 יבא 935 אל 413 העיר 5892 הזאת 2063 ולא 3808 יורה 3384 שׁם 8033 חץ 2671 ולא 3808 יקדמנה 6923 מגן 4043 ולא 3808 ישׁפך 8210 עליה 5921 סללה׃ 5550