SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:25 Â¡Cómo han caído los valientes en medio de la batalla! Â¡Jonatán, muerto en tus alturas!
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 25. How are the mighty fallen in the midst of the battle ! etc.] The mighty and valiant men of war, the common soldiers as well as their general officers, whose loss David mourns, and the repetition of shows how much it affected him: O Jonathan, [thou wast] slain in thine high places ; in the high places of the land of Israel, the mountains of Gilboa, which though high, and in his own country, could not protect him from his enemies, and from falling by their hands: he who had been so valiant and victorious a prince, and yet he fell, not in an enemy’s country, but his own.
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 איך 349 נפלו 5307 גברים 1368 בתוך 8432 המלחמה 4421 יהונתן 3083 על 5921 במותיך 1116 חלל׃ 2491