SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:26 Angustia tengo por ti, hermano mío Jonatán, que me fuiste muy dulce; más maravilloso me fue tu amor, que el amor de las mujeres.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 26. I am distressed for thee, my brother Jonathan , etc.] So he was, not only by nation and religion, but by affinity, having married the sister of Jonathan; and still more so by affection and friendship, he being a friend of David’s, that stuck closer to him than a brother, and who loved him as his own soul; he was distressed for him, not on account of his spiritual and eternal state, which he doubted not was happy, but for the manner of his death, his loss of him, and want of his pleasant conversation, of his counsel and advice, and assistance in his present circumstances: very pleasant hast thou been unto me ; in their friendly visits of, and conversation with, one another; many a pleasant hour had they spent together, but now must see each other’s faces no more in this world: thy love to me was wonderful ; as indeed he might well say, being towards one of a mean extract in comparison of his, to one who was not his own brother, but a brother-in-law; and to one that was a rival to the crown he was heir to, and would take it before him: and who ran the risk of losing his father’s affection, and even his life, for espousing his cause: (see <091801> Samuel 18:1,3,4 19:2,4 20:30,33); passing the love of women ; either that which they are loved with by men, or that with which they love their husbands and children; which is generally the strongest and most affectionate. The Targum is, “more than the love of two women,” than his two wives, Ahinoam and Abigail; so Kimchi; meaning that he was more strongly and affectionately loved by Jonathan than by them, who yet might love him very well too.
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 __________________________________________________________________
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