SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:14 Y le dijo David: Â¿Cómo no tuviste temor de extender tu mano para matar al ungido del SEÑOR?
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. And David said unto him, how, wast thou not afraid to stretch forth thine hand , etc.] By which it should seem that he did more than stand upon him, and press his body, that the spear might pierce through him, but that he drew his sword, and slew him; so David understood him, and is the sense of the phrase in ( 1 Samuel 17:51); to destroy the Lord’s anointed ? a reason why David did not destroy him, when it was in the power of his hands, and which he made use of to dissuade others from it; and here charges it not only as a criminal, but a daring action in this young man, at which he expresses his admiration how he could do it; hereby representing it as a very shocking and detestable action; (see 1 Samuel 24:6 26:9,11).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 11-16 - David was sincere in his mourning for Saul; and all with him humble themselves under the hand of God, laid so heavily upon Israel by thi defeat. The man who brought the tidings, David put to death, as murderer of his prince. David herein did not do unjustly; the Amalekit confessed the crime. If he did as he said, he deserved to die for treason; and his lying to David, if indeed it were a lie, proved, a sooner or later that sin will prove, lying against himself. Hereb David showed himself zealous for public justice, without regard to his own private interest.
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 אליו 413 דוד 1732 איך 349 לא 3808 יראת 3372 לשׁלח 7971 ידך 3027 לשׁחת 7843 את 853 משׁיח 4899 יהוה׃ 3068