SEV Biblia, Chapter 16:14 Â¶ La ira del rey es mensajero de muerte; mas el hombre sabio la evitará.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. The wrath of a king [is as] messengers of death , etc.] Or, “angels of death”, as the Targum. As the wrath of Ahasuerus was to Haman; when it is either discovered in the countenance of a king, or expressed by his words, or signified by a messenger; it sometimes has been immediate death to a person, and often as terrible as if a messenger brought the sentence of death; yea, it is as if one messenger after another was sent on such an errand, and therefore the word is in the plural number. How terrible is the wrath of the King of kings; and even to kings themselves, who are represented as flying to rocks and mountains to hide them from it! ( Revelation 6:15-17); but a wise man will pacify it ; by a proper acknowledgment of the offence committed; or by a prudent representation of his case, or the case of his friends; by soft answers and strong arguments, as Jonathan pacified the wrath of King Saul his father against David. He is a wise man that believes in Christ, and pleads his propitiatory sacrifice for the expiation of his sin, at the same time frankly acknowledging it.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 14, 15 - Those are fools, who, to obtain the favour of an earthly prince, thro themselves out of God's favour.
Original Hebrew חמת 2534 מלך 4428 מלאכי 4397 מות 4194 ואישׁ 376 חכם 2450 יכפרנה׃ 3722