SEV Biblia, Chapter 9:23 Entonces Joram volviendo la rienda huyó, y dijo a Ocozías: Â¡Traición, Ocozías!
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 9:23 Verse 23. There is treachery, O Ahaziah.] This was the first intimation he had of it: he feels for the safety of his friend Ahaziah, and now they fly for their lives.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 23. And Joram turned his hand, and fled , etc.] Taking hold of the horses’ reins with it to turn them, or by the motion of it directing the charioteer to turn them back towards Jezreel, whither he fled: and said to Ahaziah, there is treachery, O Ahaziah ; a conspiracy formed, and rebellion raised by the captains, at the head of which he supposed Jehu was.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 16-29 - Jehu was a man of eager spirit. The wisdom of God is seen in the choic of those employed in his work. But it is not for any man's reputatio to be known by his fury. He that has rule over his own spirit, is better than the mighty. Joram met Jehu in the portion of Naboth. The circumstances of events are sometimes ordered by Divine Providence to make the punishment answer to the sin, as face answers to face in glass. The way of sin can never be the way of peace, Isa 57:21. What peace can sinners have with God? No peace so long as sin is persiste in; but when it is repented of and forsaken, there is peace. Joram die as a criminal, under the sentence of the law. Ahaziah was joined with the house of Ahab. He was one of them; he had made himself so by sin It is dangerous to join evil-doers; we shall be entangled in guilt an misery by it.
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