SEV Biblia, Chapter 13:37 Mas Absalón huyó, y se fue a Talmai hijo de Amiud, rey de Gesur. Y David lloraba por su hijo todos los días.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Samuel 13:37 Verse 37. Absalom fled] As he had committed wilful murder, he could not avail himself of a city of refuge, and was therefore obliged to leave the land of Israel, and take refuge with Talmai, king of Geshur, his grandfather by his mother's side. See 2 Sam. iii. 3.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 37. But Absalom fled , etc.] As before related, but here repeated for the sake of what follows: and went to Talmai, the son of Ammihud, king of Geshur : his mother’s father, (see 2 Samuel 3:3), where he might hope for protection and safety: and [David] mourned for his son every day ; or “all the days” f233 , i.e. of the three years Absalom was in Geshur, about the end of which he was comforted concerning Amnon, as the following verses show. Some think it was for Absalom he mourned, but rather for Amnon. The reason why he mourned for him, when he did not for his child by Bathsheba, who died, because that was an infant, this a grown man, and heir to his crown, and was slain by the sword of his brother, and so fulfilled a threatening to himself on account of his own sin, which, hereby no doubt, was brought fresh to his mind.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 30-39 - Jonadab was as guilty of Ammon's death, as of his sin; such fals friends do they prove, who counsel us to do wickedly. Instead of loathing Absalom as a murderer, David, after a time, longed to go fort to him. This was David's infirmity: God saw something in his heart tha made a difference, else we should have thought that he, as much as Eli honoured his sons more than God __________________________________________________________________
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