SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:4 Subid a mí, y ayudadme, y combatamos a Gabaón; porque ha hecho paz con Josué y con los hijos de Israel.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. Come up unto me, and help me, that we may smite Gibeon , etc.] For which he thought himself not a match, not only because it was a great city, and full of mighty men, and had other cities subject to it, but because he might reasonably judge that Joshua would come to their assistance if possible, being in league with him; he sends to these kings in an authoritative manner, as if they were in some respects subject to him; and he proposes Jerusalem as the place of their rendezvous, and which it seems lay higher than their cities, though they were in the mountainous part of the country: for it hath made peace with Joshua, and with the children of Israel ; their avowed enemies, and so had separated themselves from their countrymen, and from their common interest; and therefore it was thought proper to make an example of them, that others might fear to do the same.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-6 - When sinners leave the service of Satan and the friendship of the world, that they make peace with God and join Israel, they must no marvel if the world hate them, if their former friends become foes. By such methods Satan discourages many who are convinced of their danger and almost persuaded to be Christians, but fear the cross. These thing should quicken us to apply to God for protection, help, an deliverance.
Original Hebrew עלו 5927 אלי 413 ועזרני 5826 ונכה 5221 את 853 גבעון 1391 כי 3588 השׁלימה 7999 את 854 יהושׁע 3091 ואת 854 בני 1121 ישׂראל׃ 3478