SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:23 Saúl y Jonatán, amados y queridos en su vida, en su muerte tampoco fueron apartados. Más ligeros que águilas, más fuertes que leones.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 23. Saul and Jonathan [were] lovely and pleasant in their lives , etc.] To one another, had no quarrel or difference with each other, only on the account of David; otherwise they agreed together in the court, and in the camp, in their councils, and in their conduct: and in their death they were not divided ; neither from the people, nor from one another; Jonathan stuck close by his father to the last; which is observed to clear him from any imputation of conspiracy against him: they were swifter than eagles ; in the quick dispatch of business, in hasting to the relief of the distressed, as Saul to the men of Jabeshgilead, and in the pursuit of their enemies, as of the Philistines, more than once: they were stronger than lions ; fighting with their enemies, who became an case prey to them; and what is stronger than a lion among beasts? ( Judges 14:18 Proverbs 30:30); or swifter than an eagle among birds, which is said to cut the air with its wings f22 ?
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 17-27 - Kasheth, or "the bow," probably was the title of this mournful, funera song. David does not commend Saul for what he was not; and says nothin of his piety or goodness. Jonathan was a dutiful son, Saul a affectionate father, therefore dear to each other. David had reason to say, that Jonathan's love to him was wonderful. Next to the love between Christ and his people, that affection which springs form it produces the strongest friendship. The trouble of the Lord's people and triumphs of his enemies, will always grieve true believers whatever advantages they may obtain by them __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew שׁאול 7586 ויהונתן 3083 הנאהבים 157 והנעימם 5273 בחייהם 2416 ובמותם 4194 לא 3808 נפרדו 6504 מנשׁרים 5404 קלו 7043 מאריות 738 גברו׃ 1396