SEV Biblia, Chapter 13:26 Entonces dijo Absalón: Si no, te ruego que venga con nosotros Amnón mi hermano. Y el rey le respondió: Â¿Para qué ha de ir contigo?
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Samuel 13:26 Verse 26. Let my brother Amnon go] He urged this with the more plausibility, because Amnon was the first-born, and presumptive heir to the kingdom; and he had disguised his resentment so well before, that he was not suspected.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 26. Then said Absalom, if not , etc.] If it is not thy pleasure to go with me, if I cannot have the honour of thy company: I pray thee, let my brother Amnon go with us ; let me have the next mark of honour that can be given me, the presence of the king’s eldest son, and heir to the crown; he seems to express affection for him, and a particular desire of his company, as if all ill will towards him was removed from him, and this would be a public declaration of reconciliation between them: and the king said unto him, why should he go with thee ? he particularly, he more than any other; David seems to have suspected some design, and it is strange he should not; and yet if he had, it is much, notwithstanding the pressing arguments used, he should let him go; or he might think it would be more expensive to have him than the rest, and therefore asks why he should desire his company above all others.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 21-29 - Observe the aggravations of Absalom's sin: he would have Ammon slain when least fit to go out of the world. He engaged his servants in the guilt. Those servants are ill-taught who obey wicked masters, agains God's commands. Indulged children always prove crosses to godl parents, whose foolish love leads them to neglect their duty to God.
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 אבשׁלום 53 ולא 3808 ילך 1980 נא 4994 אתנו 854 אמנון 550 אחי 251 ויאמר 559 לו המלך 4428 למה 4100 ילך 1980 עמך׃ 5973