2 Samuel 12

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1 Daarom het die HERE Natan na Dawid gestuur. Toe hy by hom inkom, hy vir hom: Daar was twee manne in 'n sekere stad, die een was ryk en die ander arm.

2 Die ryke het 'n groot menigte kleinvee en beeste gehad,

3 maar die arme het glad niks gehad nie, behalwe een klein ooilammetjie wat hy gekoop en in die lewe gehou het, en wat by hom en saam met sy kinders groot geword het; dit het van sy stukkie brood geëet en uit sy beker gedrink en in sy skoot geslaap, en dit was vir hom soos 'n dogter.

4 En toe daar besoek kom by die ryk man, het hy ontsien om van sy kleinvee of beeste te neem om vir die reisiger wat by hom gekom het, iets te berei; daarom het hy die ooilam van die arm man geneem en dit berei vir die man wat by hom gekom het.

5 En Dawid het baie kwaad geword vir die man en aan Natan gesê: So waar as die HERE leef, die man wat dit gedoen het, moet sterwe!

6 En die ooilam moet hy viervoudig teruggee, omdat hy hierdie ding gedoen het en geen ontferming geken het nie.

7 Toe Natan vir Dawid: U is die man! So die HERE, die God van Israel: Ék het jou as koning gesalf oor Israel, en Ék het jou gered uit die hand van Saul;

8 en Ek het die huis van jou heer aan jou gegee, en die vroue van jou heer in jou skoot, en Ek het die huis van Israel en Juda aan jou gegee; en as dit te min was, sou Ek aan jou nog meer sulke dinge daarby wil voeg.

9 Waarom het jy die woord van die HERE verag deur te doen wat verkeerd is in sy ? Uría, die Hetiet, het jy met die swaard verslaan, en sy vrou het jy vir jou as vrou geneem, nadat jy hom deur die swaard van die kinders van Ammon vermoor het.

10 En nou sal die swaard vir ewig van jou huis nie wyk nie, omrede dat jy My verag het en die vrou van Uría, die Hetiet, geneem het om jou vrou te wees.

11 So die HERE: Kyk, Ek sal uit jou huis onheil oor jou verwek, en jou vroue voor jou neem en aan jou naaste gee, sodat hy by jou vroue sal slaap voor die oog van hierdie son.

12 Want jy het dit in die geheim gedoen, maar Ek sal hierdie ding doen voor die hele Israel en in die volle sonlig.

13 En Dawid vir Natan: Ek het gesondig teen die HERE! En Natan vir Dawid: So het die HERE dan ook u sonde vergewe: u sal nie sterf nie.

14 Maar omdat u die vyande van die HERE deur hierdie saak aanleiding gegee het om grootliks te laster, sal die kind wat vir u gebore is, ook sekerlik sterwe.

15 Toe gaan Natan na sy huis. En die HERE het die kind wat die vrou van Uría vir Dawid gebaar het, getref, sodat dit ernstig siek geword het.

16 En Dawid het die aangesig van God gesoek vir die kind, en Dawid het 'n tyd lank gevas en na binne gegaan en die hele nag deur op die grond gelê.

17 Daarop kom die oudstes van sy huis na hom en wou hom van die grond laat opstaan, maar hy wou nie; ook het hy geen brood saam met hulle geëet nie.

18 En op die sewende dag het die kind gesterwe; en die dienaars van Dawid was bevrees om hom te vertel dat die kind dood was, want hulle het gesê: Kyk, toe die kind nog in die lewe was, het ons met hom gespreek, maar hy het nie na ons geluister nie. Hoe kan ons dan vir hom : Die kind is dood! --hy kan 'n verkeerde ding doen.

19 Maar toe Dawid sien dat sy dienaars onder mekaar fluister, het Dawid gemerk dat die kind dood was. En Dawid aan sy dienaars: Is die kind dood? En hulle antwoord: Hy is dood.

20 Toe het Dawid van die grond opgestaan en hom gewas en gesalf en ander klere aangetrek en in die huis van die HERE gegaan en aanbid. Daarop het hy in sy huis gekom en gevra dat hulle brood aan hom moet voorsit; en hy het geëet.

21 Toe vra sy dienaars hom: Wat is dit vir 'n ding wat u gedoen het? Ter wille van die lewende kind het u gevas en geween, maar net toe die kind dood was, het u opgestaan en brood geëet.

22 En hy : Toe die kind nog in die lewe was, het ek gevas en geween, want ek het gedink: Wie weet--die HERE kan my genadig wees, sodat die kind in die lewe bly.

23 Maar nou is hy dood--waarom sou ek dan vas? Sal ek hom nog kan terugbring? Ek gaan na hom, maar hy sal na my nie terugkeer nie.

24 Daarna het Dawid sy vrou Bátseba getroos en by haar ingegaan en by haar geslaap. En sy het 'n seun gebaar, en hy het hom Salomo genoem. En die HERE het hom liefgehad,

25 en Hy het hom deur Natan, die profeet, Jedídja laat noem, ter wille van die HERE.

26 En Joab het teen Rabba van die kinders van Ammon geveg en die koningstad ingeneem.

27 Daarop stuur Joab boodskappers na Dawid om te : Ek het teen Rabba geveg, ook het ek die waterstad ingeneem.

28 Maak u dan nou die orige manskappe bymekaar en beleër die stad en neem dit in, sodat ék nie die stad inneem en my naam daaroor uitgeroep word nie.

29 Toe maak Dawid al die manskappe bymekaar, en hy het weggetrek na Rabba, daarteen geveg en dit ingeneem.

30 En hy het die kroon van hulle koning van sy hoof afgeneem, waarvan die gewig 'n talent goud was, met 'n kosbare steen daarin, en dit het op die hoof van Dawid gekom; en 'n baie groot buit van die stad het hy uitgebring.

31 En die manskappe wat daarin was, het hy uitgebring en hy het hulle aan die werk gesit by die saag en by ysterpenne en ysterbyle, en hulle laat oorbring na die steenoonde; en so het hy met al die stede van die kinders van Ammon gedoen. Toe het Dawid met al die manskappe na Jerusalem teruggegaan.

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man
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kwaad
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koning
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stuur
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goud
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buit
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ysterpenne
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stede
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