English Standard Version
but I will confirm him in my house and in my kingdom forever, and his throne shall be established forever.’”
King James Bible
But I will settle him in mine house and in my kingdom for ever: and his throne shall be established for evermore.
American Standard Version
but I will settle him in my house and in my kingdom for ever; and his throne shall be established for ever.
But I will settle him in my house, and in my kingdom for ever: and his throne shall be most firm for ever.
English Revised Version
but I will settle him in mine house and in my kingdom for ever: and his throne shall be established for ever.
Webster's Bible Translation
But I will settle him in my house and in my kingdom for ever: and his throne shall be established for evermore.
1 Chronicles 17:14 Parallel
CommentaryKeil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament
In the Chronicle, as in 2 Samuel 7, the account of the removal of the ark to the city of David is immediately followed by the narrative of David's design to build a temple to the Lord; and this arrangement is adopted on account of the connection between the subjects, though the events must have been separated by a period of several years. Our account of this design of David's, with its results for him and for his kingdom, is in all essential points identical with the parallel account, so that we may refer to the commentary on 2 Samuel 7 for any necessary explanation of the matter. The difference between the two narratives are in great part of a merely formal kind; the author of the Chronicle having sought to make the narrative more intelligible to his contemporaries, partly by using later phrases current in his own time, such as אלהים for יהוה, מלכוּת for ממלכה, partly by simplifying and explaining the bolder and more obscure expressions. Very seldom do we find divergences in the subject-matter which alter the meaning or make it appear to be different. To supplement and complete the commentary already given in 2nd Samuel, we will now shortly treat of these divergences. In 1 Chronicles 17:1, the statement that David communicated his purpose to build a temple to the Lord to the prophet Nathan, "when Jahve had given him rest from all his enemies round about," is wanting. This clause, which fixes the time, has been omitted by the chronicler to avoid the apparent contradiction which would have arisen in case the narrative were taken chronologically, seeing that the greatest of David's wars, those against the Philistines, Syrians, and Ammonites, are narrated only in the succeeding chapter. As to this, cf. the discussion on 2 Samuel 7:1-3.
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in mine In the parallel passage, it is `thine house, and thy kingdom.' Jehovah was Israel's king; and David and Solomon were merely his viceregents, as well as types of the Messiah
1 Chronicles 17:13
I will be to him a father, and he shall be to me a son. I will not take my steadfast love from him, as I took it from him who was before you,
1 Chronicles 17:15
In accordance with all these words, and in accordance with all this vision, Nathan spoke to David.
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