SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:10 Y el rey dijo: Al que hablare contra tí, tráelo a mí, que no te tocará más.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Samuel 14:10 Verse 10. Whosoever saith aught unto thee] Neither did this bring the matter to such a bearing that she could come to her conclusion, which was, to get the king pledged by a solemn promise that all proceedings relative to the case should be stopped.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. And the king said, whoever saith [ought] unto thee , etc.] Demanding her to deliver up her son to justice, and reproaching her for not doing it: bring him to me ; give him in charge to a proper officer to be brought before me, and I shall chastise him for it: and he shall not touch thee any more ; give her any further trouble, by words or deeds.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-20 - We may notice here, how this widow pleads God's mercy, and his clemenc toward poor guilty sinners. The state of sinners is a state of banishment from God. God pardons none to the dishonour of his law an justice, nor any who are impenitent; nor to the encouragement of crimes, or the hurt of others.
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 המלך 4428 המדבר 1696 אליך 413 והבאתו 935 אלי 413 ולא 3808 יסיף 3254 עוד 5750 לגעת׃ 5060