SEV Biblia, Chapter 24:18 para que el SEÑOR no lo mire, y le desagrade, y aparte de sobre él su enojo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Proverbs 24:18 Verse 18. And he turn away his wrath from him. ] Wrath is here taken for the effect of wrath, punishment; and the meaning must be as paraphrased above-lest he take the punishment from him, and inflict it upon thee. And in this way Coverdale understood it: "Lest the Lorde be angry, and turn his wrath from him unto thee." Or we may understand it thus: Lest the Lord inflict on thee a similar punishment; for if thou get into his spirit, rejoicing in the calamities of another, thou deservest punishment.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 18. Lest the Lord see [it], and it displease him , etc.] Who sees all things, not only external actions, but the heart, and the inward motions of it; and though men may hide the pleasure they feel at the misery of an enemy from others, they cannot hide it from the Lord; nor is this said by way of doubt, but as a certain thing; and which the Lord not barely sees, but takes notice of, and to such a degree as to resent it, and show his displeasure at it by taking the following step; and he turn away his wrath from him ; remove the effects of it, raise him out of his fallen and distressed condition, and restore him to his former prosperous one; and not only so, but turn it upon thee, as Gersom supplies the words, and not amiss; so that there is a strange and sudden change of circumstances; thou that was pleasing thyself with the distress of thine enemy art fallen into the same, and he is delivered out of it; which must be a double affliction to such a man; so that by rejoicing at an enemy, he is doing his enemy good and himself hurt; (see Proverbs 17:5).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 17, 18 - The pleasure we are apt to take in the troubles of an enemy i forbidden.
Original Hebrew פן 6435 יראה 7200 יהוה 3069 ורע 7489 בעיניו 5869 והשׁיב 7725 מעליו 5921 אפו׃ 639