SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:9 Â¶ Después los hijos de Judá descendieron para pelear contra el cananeo que habitaba en las montañas, y al mediodía, y en los llanos.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Judges 1:9 Verse 9. The Canaanites, that dwelt to the mountain] The territories of the tribe of Judah lay in the most southern part of the promised land, which was very mountainous, though towards the west it had many fine plains. In some of these the Canaanites had dwelt; and the expedition marked here was for the purpose of finally expelling them. But probably this is a recapitulation of what is related Josh. x. 36; xi. 21; xv. 13.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 9. And afterwards the children of Judah , etc.] After the taking of Bezek, and the king of it, having him to Jerusalem, where he died: they went down ; from Jerusalem; which was on high ground: to fight against the Canaanites that dwelt in the mountain, and in the south, and in the valley ; into which several parts the lot of the tribe of Judah was divided; in each of which they had cities, and some, as it seems, yet unsubdued, and in the hands of the Canaanites; of these several parts, and the cities in them, (see Joshua 15:21,33,48).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 9-20 - The Canaanites had iron chariots; but Israel had God on their side whose chariots are thousands of angels, Ps 68:17. Yet they suffere their fears to prevail against their faith. About Caleb we read in Jo 15:16-19. The Kenites had settled in the land. Israel let them fi where they pleased, being a quiet, contented people. They that moleste none, were molested by none. Blessed are the meek, for they shal inherit the earth.
Original Hebrew ואחר 310 ירדו 3381 בני 1121 יהודה 3063 להלחם 3898 בכנעני 3669 יושׁב 3427 ההר 2022 והנגב 5045 והשׁפלה׃ 8219