1 Samuel 21

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1 David kom derpå til Præsten Ahimelek i Nob. Ahimelek kom ængstelig David i Møde og sagde til ham: "Hvorfor er du alene og har ingen med dig?"

2 David svarede Præsten Ahimelek: "Kongen overdrog mig et Ærinde og sagde til mig: Ingen må vide noget om det Ærinde, jeg sender dig ud i og overdrager dig! Derfor har jeg sat Folkene Stævne på et aftalt Sted.

3 Men hvis du har fem Brød ved Hånden, så giv mig dem, eller hvad du har!"

4 Præsten svarede David: "Jeg har intet almindeligt Brød ved Hånden, kun helligt Brød; Folkene har da vel holdt sig fra Kvinder?"

5 David svarede Præsten: "Ja visselig, vi har været afskåret fra Omgang med Kvinder i flere Dage. Da jeg drog ud, var Folkenes Legemer rene, skønt det var en dagligdags ejse; hvor meget mere må de da i Dag være rene på Legemet!"

6 Præsten gav ham da det hellige Brød; thi der var ikke andet Brød der end Skuebrødene, som tages bort fra deres Plads for HE ENs Åsyn, samtidig med at der lægges frisk Brød i Stedet.

7 Men den Dag var en Mand af Sauls Folk lukket inde der for HE ENs Åsyn, en Edomit ved Navn Doeg, den øverste af Sauls Hyrder.

8 David spurgte derpå Ahimelek: "Har du ikke et Spyd eller et Sværd ved Hånden her? Thi hverken mit Sværd eller mine andre Våben fik jeg med, da Kongens Ærinde havde Hast."

9 Præsten svarede: "Det Sværd, som tilhørte Filisteren Goliat, ham, som du dræbte i Terebintedalen, er her, hyllet i en Kappe bag Efoden. Vil du have det, så tag det! Thi her er intet andet!" Da sagde David: "Dets Lige findes ikke; giv mig det!"

10 Derpå brød David op og flygtede samme Dag for Saul, og han kom til Kong Akisj af Gat.

11 Men Akisj's Folk sagde til ham: "Er det ikke David, Landets Konge, er det ikke ham, om hvem man sang under Dans: Saul slog sine Tusinder, men David sine Titusinder!"

12 Disse Ord gav David Agt på,og han grebes af stor Frygt for Kong Akisj af Gat;

13 derfor lod han afsindig overfor dem og rasede imellem Hænderne på dem, idet han trommede på Portfløjene og lod sit Spyt flyde ned i Skægget.

14 Da sagde Akisj til sine Folk: "I kan da se, at Manden er gal; hvorfor bringer I ham til mig?

15 Har jeg ikke gale Mennesker nok, siden I bringer mig ham til at plage mig med sin Galskab? Skal han komme i mit Hus?"

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bag
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