SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:7 Y cuando Urías vino a él, David le preguntó por la salud de Joab, y por la salud del pueblo, y asimismo de la guerra.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 7. And when Uriah was come unto him , etc.] To David, to whom he came first, before he went to his own house, desirous of knowing what was the special business of the king with him: David demanded of him how Joab did, and how the people did, and how the war prospered ; he asked of the welfare of Joab the general, and of the common soldiers, and of the warriors, as the Targum, the mighty men that went along with Joab, ( 2 Samuel 10:7 11:1). David seems to have been at a loss what to say to him. These questions were so mean and trivial, that it might justly give Uriah some suspicion that it could never he on this account, that he was sent for; since David could not want intelligence of such things, expresses being daily sending him.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 6-13 - Giving way to sin hardens the heart, and provokes the departure of the Holy Spirit. Robbing a man of his reason, is worse than robbing him of his money; and drawing him into sin, is worse than drawing him into an wordly trouble whatever.
Original Hebrew ויבא 935 אוריה 223 אליו 413 וישׁאל 7592 דוד 1732 לשׁלום 7965 יואב 3097 ולשׁלום 7965 העם 5971 ולשׁלום 7965 המלחמה׃ 4421