SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:24 y cuando oyeres un estruendo que irá por las copas de los morales, entonces te moverás; porque el SEÑOR saldrá delante de ti a herir el campamento de los filisteos.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Samuel 5:24 Verse 24. When thou hearest the sound of a going] If there had not been an evident supernatural interference, David might have thought that the sleight or ruse de guerre which he had used was the cause of his victory.
By the going in the tops of the mulberry trees probably only a rustling among the leaves is intended. The Targum says, a noise; the Arabic has it, the noise of horses' hoofs.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 24. And let it be, when thou hearest the sound of a going in the tops of the mulberry trees , etc.] Of a going of the wind on the tops of these trees, making a rustling upon them, and that in such a manner as to resemble the going of men, or march of armies, as if they were moving in the air over the tops of the mulberry trees; which Jarchi and R. Isaiah interpret of angels being sent of God, and moving at that time to help David, and destroy the Philistines; so the Targum on ( 1 Chronicles 14:15). These trees being in Judea account for silk there, ( Ezekiel 16:10); though some think time was not known so early; others suppose it was, and to be the Hebrew byssus mentioned by Pausanias f102 , as being of a yellow colour: that then thou shall bestir thyself ; or move towards the camp of the Philistines, and fall upon them in the rear, who, by reason of the sound in the trees, would not hear the motion of the Israelites; or, if they heard it, would take it to be no other than the motion of the trees they heard, both sounds being confounded together; or they would take the sound they heard for the motion of the enemy in the front, and give way, and so fall into the hands of the Israelites in their rear, which must throw them into the utmost confusion and consternation: for then shall the Lord go out before thee to smite the host of the Philistines : by an angel or angels; so the Targum, “for then shall go forth the angel of the Lord, to make thee prosperous to slay in the camp of the Philistines;” that being the precise time for the salvation of Israel, and the destruction of the Philistines, and the token of it.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 17-25 - The Philistines considered not that David had the presence of God with him, which Saul had forfeited and lost. The kingdom of the Messiah, a soon as it was set up in the world, was thus attacked by the powers of darkness. The heathen raged, and the kings of the earth set themselve to oppose it; but all in vain, Ps 2:1, &c. The destruction will turn as this did, upon Satan's own kingdom. David owns dependence on God for victory; and refers himself to the good pleasure of God, Wilt thou d it? The assurance God has given us of victory over our spiritual enemies, should encourage us in our spiritual conflicts. David waite till God moved; he stirred then, but not till then. He was trained u in dependence on God and his providence. God performed his promise, an David failed not to improve his advantages. When the kingdom of the Messiah was to be set up, the apostles, who were to beat down the devil's kingdom, must not attempt any thing till they received the promise of the Spirit; who came with a sound from heaven, as of rushing, mighty wind, Ac 2:2 __________________________________________________________________
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