SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:1 ¬∂ Reposaron tres aŮos sin guerra entre los sirios e Israel.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 22:1 Verse 1. Three years without war] That is, from the time that Ahab made the covenant with Ben-hadad, mentioned chap. xx. 34. And probably in that treaty it was stipulated that Ramoth-gilead should be restored to Israel; which not being done, Ahab formed a confederacy with Judah, and determined to take it by force.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. And they continued three years without war between Syria and Israel .] From the time that Benhadad made a covenant with Ahab; not three full years, but part of them: it was threatened by Elijah from the Lord, that Ahabís life should go for Benhadadís, because he had let him, go, ( 1 Kings 22:42), but because of his humiliation, as is thought by Ben Gersom and others, it was respited for those three years; and now an opportunity and occasion would be given for the fulfilment of what was threatened.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-14 - The same easiness of temper, which betrays some godly persons int friendship with the declared enemies of religion, renders it very dangerous to them. They will be drawn to wink at and countenance suc conduct and conversation as they ought to protest against with abhorrence. Whithersoever a good man goes, he ought to take his religion with him, and not be ashamed to own it when he is with thos who have no regard for it. Jehoshaphat had not left behind him, a Jerusalem, his affection and reverence for the word of the Lord, but avowed it, and endeavoured to bring it into Ahab's court. And Ahab' prophets, to please Jehoshaphat, made use of the name of Jehovah: to please Ahab, they said, God up. But the false prophets cannot so mimi the true, but that he who has spiritual senses exercised, can discer the fallacy. One faithful prophet of the Lord was worth them all Wordly men have in all ages been alike absurd in their views of religion. They would have the preacher fit his doctrine to the fashio of the times, and the taste of the hearers, and yet to add. Thus sait the Lord, to words that men would put into their mouths. They are read to cry out against a man as rude and foolish, who scruples thus to tr to secure his own interests, and to deceive others.
Original Hebrew וישׁבו 3427 שׁלשׁ 7969 שׁנים 8141 אין 369 מלחמה 4421 בין 996 ארם 758 ובין 996 ישׂראל׃ 3478