SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:5 Y huiréis al valle de los montes; porque el valle de los montes llegará hasta Azal; y huiréis de la manera que huisteis por causa del terremoto en los días de Uzías, rey de Judá; y vendrá el SEÑOR mi Dios, y todos sus santos con él.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Zechariah 14:5 Verse 5. Ye shall flee to the valley] Some think this refers to the valley through which Zedekiah and others endeavoured to escape when Nebuchadnezzar pressed the siege of Jerusalem: but it appears to speak only of the Jewish wars of the Romans.
Azal] This, as a place, is not known. If a place, it was most probably near to Jerusalem; and had its name from that circumstance.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 5. And ye shall flee [to] the valley of the mountains , etc.] To seek for shelter and safety in them, for fear of the Lord, and the glory of his majesty, whom every eye shall see, ( Isaiah 2:19 Revelation 1:7): for the valley of the mountains shall reach unto Azal ; a name of a place not known; it may be thought to be at some considerable distance: yea, ye shall flee, like as ye fled from before the earthquake in the days of Uzziah king of Judah ; two years before which Amos prophesied, ( Amos 1:1) and which, according to Josephus f298 , was at the time when King Uzziah was stricken with a leprosy for invading the priest’s office; when, as he says, at a place before the city called Eroge, half part of the mountain towards the west was broken, and rolled half a mile towards the eastern part, and there stood; so that the ways were stopped up to the king’s gardens: and the Lord my God shall come ; the Lord Jesus Christ, who is truly God, and the God of his people; and who will appear to be so at his second coming, which is here meant, by raising the dead, gathering all nations before him, and separating them; by bringing to light all secret and hidden things; judging the whole world, and executing the sentence on them; and particularly by taking his own people to himself: [and] all the saints with thee : the Targum, and the Septuagint, Syriac, and Arabic versions, read, “with him”; meaning either the holy angels; so Aben Ezra, Kimchi, and Ben Melech; who will attend him partly for the glory of his majesty, and partly for terror to the wicked, and also for service; or rather glorified saints, the spirits of just men made perfect, whom Christ will bring with him to be united to their bodies, which will now be raised, and to be with him in the new heavens and new earth, which will now be formed, and to be presented to him, and dwell with him, during the thousand years.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-7 - The Lord Jesus often stood upon the Mount of Olives when on earth. He ascended from thence to heaven, and then desolations and distresse came upon the Jewish nation. Such is the view taken of thi figuratively; but many consider it as a notice of events ye unfulfilled, and that it relates to troubles of which we cannot no form a full idea. Every believer, being related to God as his God, ma triumph in the expectation of Christ's coming in power, and speak of i with pleasure. During a long season, the state of the church would be deformed by sin; there would be a mixture of truth and error, or happiness and misery. Such is the experience of God's people, a mingle state of grace and corruption. But, when the season is at the worst and most unpromising, the Lord will turn darkness into light deliverance comes when God's people have done looking for it.
Original Hebrew ונסתם 5127 גיא 1516 הרי 2022 כי 3588 יגיע 5060 גי 1516 הרים 2022 אל 413 אצל 682 ונסתם 5127 כאשׁר 834 נסתם 5127 מפני 6440 הרעשׁ 7494 בימי 3117 עזיה 5818 מלך 4428 יהודה 3063 ובא 935 יהוה 3068 אלהי 430 כל 3605 קדשׁים 6918 עמך׃ 5973