SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:25 Sama de Harodi, Elica de Harodi;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Samuel 23:25 Verse 25. Shammah the Harodite] There are several varieties in the names of the following shalishim; which may be seen by comparing these verses with 1 Chron. xi. 27.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 25. Shammah the Harodite , etc.] Called Shammah the Harorite in ( 1 Chronicles 11:27); by a change of the letters r “R” and d “D”, which is frequent: Elika the Harodite ; or who was of Harod, as the Targum; these both were from one place: mention is made of the well of Harod, ( Judges 7:1).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-39 - David once earnestly longed for the water at the well of Bethlehem. I seems to be an instance of weakness. He was thirsty; with the water of that well he had often refreshed himself when a youth, and it wa without due thought that he desired it. Were his valiant men so forwar to expose themselves, upon the least hint of their prince's mind, an so eager to please him, and shall not we long to approve ourselves to our Lord Jesus, by ready compliance with his will, as shown us by his word, Spirit, and providence? But David poured out the water as drink-offering to the Lord. Thus he would cross his own foolish fancy and punish himself for indulging it, and show that he had sobe thoughts to correct his rash ones, and knew how to deny himself. Di David look upon that water as very precious which was got at the hazar of these men's blood, and shall not we much more value those benefit for purchasing which our blessed Saviour shed his blood? Let all bewar of neglecting so great salvation __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew שׁמה 8048 החרדי 2733 אליקא 470 החרדי׃ 2733