1 Samuel 15

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1 Samuel sagde til Saul: "Det var mig, HE EN sendte for at salve dig til konge over hans Folk Israel; lyd nu HE ENs øst.

2 siger Hærskarers HE E: Jeg vil straffe Amalek for, hvad de gjorde mod Israel, da de stillede sig i Vejen for det på Vandringen op fra Ægypten.

3 Drag derfor hen og slå Amalek og læg Band på dem og på alt, hvad der tilhører dem; skån dem ikke, men dræb både Mænd og Kvinder, Børn og diende, Okser og Får, Kameler og Æsler!"

4 Så stævnede Saul Folket sammen og mønstrede dem i Telaim, 200000 Mand Fodfolk og 10000 Mand af Juda.

5 Derpå drog Saul mod Amaleks By og lagde Baghold i Dalen.

6 Men Saul sagde til Keniterne: "Skil eder fra Amalekiterne og gå eders Vej, for at jeg ikke skal udrydde eder sammen med dem; I viste jo Venlighed mod alle Israeliterne, dengang de drog op fra Ægypten!" Så trak Keniterne sig tilbage fra Amalek.

7 Og Saul slog Amalek fra Havila til Sjur, som ligger østen for Ægypten,

8 og tog Kong Agag af Amalek levende til Fange. På alt Folket lagde han Band og huggede dem ned med Sværdet;

9 men Saul og Folket skånede Agag og det bedste af Småkvæget og Hornkvæget, de fede og velnærede Dyr, alt det bedste; de vilde ikke lægge Band på dem,men på alt det dårlige og værdiløse Kvæg lagde de Band.

10 Da kom HE ENs Ord til Samuel således:

11 "Jeg angrer, at jeg gjorde Saul til Konge; thi han har vendt sig fra mig og ikke holdt mine Befalinger!" Da vrededes Samuel og råbte til HE EN hele Natten.

12 Næste Morgen tidlig, da Samuel vilde gå Saul i Møde, blev der meldt ham: "Saul kom til Karmel og rejste sig et Mindesmærke der; så vendte han om og drog videre ned til Gilgal!"

13 Samuel begav sig da til Saul. Saul sagde til ham: "HE EN velsigne dig! Jeg har holdt HE ENs Befaling!"

14 Men Samuel sagde: "Hvad er det for en Brægen af Småkvæg, som når mit Øre, og Brølen af Hornkvæg, jeg hører?"

15 Saul svarede: "De tog dem med fra Amalekiterne; thi Folket skånede det bedste af Småkvæget og Hornkvæget for at ofre det til HE EN din Gud; på det andet derimod lagde vi Band!"

16 Da sagde Samuel til Saul: "bet er nok! Jeg vil kundgøre dig, hvad HE EN i Nat har sagt mig!" Han svarede: "Tal!"

17 Da sagde Samuel: "Om du end ikke regner dig selv for noget, er du så ikke Høvding for Israels Stammer, og salvede HE EN dig ikke til Konge over Israel?

18 Og HE EN sendte dig af Sted med den Befaling: Gå hen og læg Band på Amalekiterne, de Syndere, og før Krig imod dem, indtil du har udryddet dem!

19 Hvorfor adlød du da ikke HE ENs øst, men styrtede dig over Byttet og gjorde, hvad der er ondt i HE ENs Øjne?"

20 Saul svarede Samuel: "Jeg adlød HE ENs øst og gik, hvor HE EN sendte mig hen; jeg har bragt Kong Agag af Amalek med og lagt Band på Amalek;

21 men Folket tog Småkvæg og Hornkvæg af Byttet, det bedste af det bandlyste, for at ofre det til HE EN din Gud i Gilgal."

22 Men Samuel sagde: "Mon HE EN har lige så meget Behag i Brændofre og Slagtofre som i Lydighed mod HE ENs Høst? Nej, at adlyde er mere værd end Slagtoffer, og at være lydhør er mere værd end Væderfedt;

23 thi Genstridighed er Trolddomssynd, og Egenrådighed er Afgudsbrøde. Fordi du har forkastet HE ENs Ord, har han forkastet dig, så du ikke mere skal være Konge!"

24 Da sagde Saul til Samuel: "Jeg har syndet, thi jeg har overtrådt HE ENs Befaling og dine Ord, men jeg frygtede Folket og føjede dem:

25 tilgiv mig dog nu min Synd og vend tilbage med mig, for at jeg kan tilbede HE EN!"

26 Men Samuel sagde til Saul: "Jeg vender ikke tilbage med dig; fordi du har forkastet HE ENs Ord, har HE EN forkastet dig, så du ikke mer skal være Konge over Israel!"

27 Derpå vendte Samuel sig for at gå, men Saul greb fat i hans Kappeflig, så den reves af.

28 Da sagde Samuel til ham: "HE EN har i Dag revet Kongedømmet over Israel fra dig og givet det til en anden, som er bedre end du!

29 Visselig, han, som er Israels Herlighed, lyver ikke, ej heller angrer han; thi han er ikke et Menneske, at han skulde angre!"

30 Saul sagde: "Jeg har syndet; men vis mig dog Ære for mit Folks Ældste og Israel og vend tilbage med mig, for at jeg kan tilbede HE EN din Gud!"

31 Da vendte Samuel tilbage med Saul, og Saul tilbad HE EN.

32 Derpå sagde Samuel: "Bring Kong Agag af Amalek hid til mig!" Og Agag gik frejdigt hen til ham og sagde: "Visselig, nu er Dødens Bitterhed svundet!"

33 Da sagde Samuel: "Som dit Sværd har gjort Kvinder barnløse, skal din Moder blive barnløs fremfor andre Kvinder!" Derpå sønderhuggede Samuel Agag for HE ENs Åsyn i Gilgal.

34 Samuel begav sig så til ama, mens Saul drog op til sit Hjem i Sauls Gibea.

35 Og Samuel så ikke mere Saul indtil sin Dødedag; thi Samuel sørgede over Saul. HE EN angrede, at han havde gjort Saul til Konge over Israel;

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'Samuel' signifies the Word.

sagde
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Saul
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salve
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konge
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israel
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siger
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Amalek
Amalek, or the Amalekites, signifies those who are in false principles.

slå
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Mænd
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Kvinder
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diende
The infants in the street,' in Jeremiah 9:21, signify truth beginning to grow.

kameler
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æsler
Donkeys signify the things relating to the self-intelligence of the sensual man; and camels, the things of self-intelligence in the natural man (Isa 30:6, 7.)

mand
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Juda
City of Judah,' as in Isaiah 40:9, signifies the doctrine of love towards the Lord and love towards our neighbor in its whole extent.

by
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venlighed
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slog
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Havila
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Sjur
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levende
'Lives' is used in the plural, because of the will and understanding, and because these two lives make one.

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vendt
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morgen
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tidlig
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møde
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kom
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rejste sig
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ned
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Gilgal
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velsigne
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Gud
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nat
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stammer
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byttet
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øjne
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frygtede
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synd
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Vend tilbage
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tilbage
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tilbede
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i dag
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dag
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givet
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Gibea
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