SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:33 Y el negocio agradó a los hijos de Israel, y bendijeron a Dios los hijos de Israel; y no hablaron más de subir contra ellos en guerra, para destruir la tierra en que habitaban los hijos de Rubén y los hijos de Gad.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Joshua 22:33 Verse 33. And did not intend to go up against them in battle] That is, they now relinquished the intention of going against them in battle, as this explanation proved there was no cause for the measure.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 33. And the thing pleased the children of Israel , etc.] They were quite satisfied with the account of things, and were pleased and delighted with what their brethren, the other two tribes, had done: and the children of Israel blessed God : returned thanks to him, that there was no trespass committed against him, and no schism like to be made among them, nor any wrath to come upon them: and did not intend to go up against them in battle ; for though upon first hearing of their building an altar, which they supposed was for idolatry, they had intended to make war against them, but now understanding the design of that building, they laid aside all thoughts of that kind: to destroy the land wherein the children of Reuben and Gad dwelt ; which they judged by the law in ( Deuteronomy 13:12) they were obliged to do. The Greek version here adds also, “and the half tribe of Manasseh”, and renders the last clause, and “they dwelt in it”; continued to dwell in it undisturbed by their brethren.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 30-34 - It is well that there was on both sides a disposition to peace, a there was a zeal for God; for quarrels about religion, for want of wisdom and love, often prove the most fierce and difficult to be mad up. Proud and peevish spirits, when they have passed any unjust blam on their brethren, though full evidence be brought of its unfairness can by no means be persuaded to withdraw it. But Israel was not s prejudiced. They looked upon their brethren's innocence as a token of God's presence. Our brethren's zeal for the power of godliness, an faith and love, notwithstanding the fears of their breaking the unit of the church, are things of which we should be very glad to be satisfied. The altar was called ED, a witness. It was a witness of their care to keep their religion pure and entire, and would witnes against their descendants, if they should turn from following after the Lord. Happy will it be when all professed Christians learn to copy the example of Israel, to unite zeal and steady adherence to the cause of truth, with candour, meekness, and readiness to understand each other to explain and to be satisfied with the explanations of their brethren May the Lord increase the number of those who endeavour to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace! may increasing grace an consolation be with all who love Jesus Christ in sincerity __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew וייטב 3190 הדבר 1697 בעיני 5869 בני 1121 ישׂראל 3478 ויברכו 1288 אלהים 430 בני 1121 ישׂראל 3478 ולא 3808 אמרו 559 לעלות 5927 עליהם 5921 לצבא 6635 לשׁחת 7843 את 853 הארץ 776 אשׁר 834 בני 1121 ראובן 7205 ובני 1121 גד 1410 ישׁבים׃ 3427