1 Samuel 13

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1 Šaulu je bilo ... godina kad je postao kralj, a kraljevao je ... i dvije godine nad Izraelom.

2 Šaul izabra sebi tri tisuće Izraelaca: dvije tisuće od njih bijahu sa Šaulom u Mikmasu i u Betelskoj gori, a jedna tisuća bijaše s Jonatanom u Benjaminovoj Gebi. Ostali je narod Šaul otpustio svakoga u njegov šator.

3 Jonatan sruši filistejski stup koji je stajao u Gibei i Filistejci saznaše da su se Hebreji pobunili. Šaul zapovjedi te zatrubiše u rog po svoj zemlji

4 i sav Izrael doznade novost: "Šaul je srušio filistejski stup, Izrael se omrazio Filistejcima!" I narod se poče skupljati oko Šaula u Gilgalu.

5 A Filistejci se skupiše da vojuju na Izraela: tri tisuće bojnih kola, šest tisuća konja, a mnoštvo naroda kao pijeska na morskoj obali. I utaboriše se kod Mikmasa, istočno od Bet Avena.

6 Kad su Izraelci vidjeli da su u nevolji i da je narod pritisnut od neprijatelja, posakrivaše se u pećine, jame, kamenjake, jarke i čatrnje.

7 Neki su prešli i preko gazova Jordana u zemlju Gadovu i Gileadovu. Šaul je još bio u Gilgalu, a sav je narod oko njega drhtao od straha.

8 On pričeka sedam dana kako mu je odredio Samuel; ali kad Samuel nije došao u Gilgal, narod se stade razilaziti od Šaula.

9 Tada reče Šaul: "Donesite mi žrtvu paljenicu i žrtve pričesnice!" I prinese žrtvu paljenicu.

10 I upravo je završavao žrtvu paljenicu, kad eto Samuela; Šaul mu iziđe u susret da ga pozdravi.

11 Samuel ga upita: "Što si učinio?" A Šaul odgovori: "Kad sam vidio da se narod razilazi od mene, a ti da ne dolaziš do određenoga dana, a Filistejci se skupili u Mikmasu,

12 pomislio sam: sad će udariti Filistejci na me u Gilgalu, a ja neću stići molitvom ublažiti Jahvu! Zato se odvažih i prinesoh žrtvu paljenicu."

13 Samuel tada reče Šaulu: "Ludo si radio! Da si održao zapovijed koju ti je dao Jahve, tvoj Bog, Jahve bi učvrstio tvoje kraljevstvo nad Izraelom dovijeka.

14 A sada se tvoje kraljevstvo neće trajno održati: Jahve je potražio sebi čovjeka po svom srcu i odredio ga za kneza nad svojim narodom, jer ti nisi održao što ti je Jahve zapovjedio."

15 Nato Samuel ustade i ode iz Gilgala svojim putem. Što je naroda ostalo, pođe za Šaulom u susret ratnicima. Kad su došli iz Gilgala u Gebu Benjaminovu, Šaul pobroji narod koji je ostao uza nj i bijaše ga oko šest stotina ljudi.

16 Šaul i sin mu Jonatan s ljudima što bijahu s njima zaposjeli su Benjaminovu Gebu, a Filistejci se utaborili u Mikmasu.

17 Tada iz filistejskog tabora izađe četa pljačkaša u tri odjela: jedan odio udari prema Ofri u zemlju šualsku;

18 drugi odio krenu prema Bet Horonu, a treći odio udari prema Gebi koja se uz Dolinu hijena diže nad pustinjom.

19 A po svoj zemlji Izraelovoj nije bilo kovača, jer su Filistejci rekli: "Treba sve učiniti da Hebreji ne bi pravili sebi mačeva i kopalja."

20 Zato su svi Izraelci išli k Filistejcima ako je tko htio da prekuje svoj raonik ili motiku, svoju sjekiru ili ostan za volove.

21 A cijena je bila dvije trećine šekela za raonike i motike, jedna trećina za oštrenje sjekire i za nasađivanje ostana.

22 Tako se dogodilo da na dan bitke kod Mikmasa nitko od svega naroda koji bijaše sa Šaulom i Jonatanom nije imao ni mača ni koplja u ruci; samo ih imahu Šaul i njegov sin Jonatan.

23 A dotle jedna straža filistejska bijaše izišla prema klancu kod Mikmasa.

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