SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:3 Caballero enhiesto, y resplandor de espada, y resplandor de lanza; y multitud de muertos, y multitud de cadáveres; y de sus cadáveres no habrá fin, y en sus cadáveres tropezarán:
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 3. The horseman lifteth up both the bright sword and the glittering spear , etc.] Or, “the flame of the sword and the glittering spear” f69 ; he rides with a drawn sword, which, being brandished to and fro, looks like a flame of fire; or with a spear made of polished iron, or steel, which, when vibrated and moved to and fro, glitters like lightning; a large number of which entering the city must be terrible to the inhabitants of it: and [there is] a multitude of slain, and a great number of carcasses ; of dead men lying in the streets, pierced and slain with the bright sword and glittering spear of the Medes and Chaldeans: and [there is] none end of [their] corpses ; the number of them could not be told; they lay so thick in all parts of the city, that there was no telling them: they stumble upon their corpses ; the Ninevites in fleeing, and endeavouring to make their escape, and the Medes and Chaldeans pursuing them.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-7 - When proud sinners are brought down, others should learn not to lif themselves up. The fall of this great city should be a lesson to private persons, who increase wealth by fraud and oppression. They ar preparing enemies for themselves; and if the Lord sees good to punis them in this world, they will have none to pity them. Every man wh seeks his own prosperity, safety, and peace, should not only act in a upright, honourable manner, but with kindness to all.
Original Hebrew פרשׁ 6571 מעלה 5927 ולהב 3851 חרב 2719 וברק 1300 חנית 2595 ורב 7230 חלל 2491 וכבד 3514 פגר 6297 ואין 369 קצה 7097 לגויה 1472 יכשׁלו 3782 בגויתם׃ 1472