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1 Dixit autem Samuel ad universum Israël : Ecce audivi vocem vestram juxta omnia quæ locuti estis ad me, et constitui super vos regem.

2 Et nunc rex graditur ante vos : ego autem senui, et incanui : porro filii mei vobiscum sunt : itaque conversatus coram vobis ab adolescentia mea usque ad hanc diem, ecce præsto sum.

3 Loquimini de me coram Domino, et coram Christo ejus, utrum bovem cujusquam tulerim, aut asinum : si quempiam calumniatus sum, si oppressi aliquem, si de manu cujusquam munus accepi : et contemnam illud hodie, restituamque vobis.

4 Et dixerunt : Non es calumniatus nos, neque oppressisti, neque tulisti de manu alicujus quippiam.

5 Dixitque ad eos : Testis est Dominus adversum vos, et testis Christus ejus in die hac, quia non inveneritis in manu mea quippiam. Et dixerunt : Testis.

6 Et ait Samuel ad populum : Dominus, qui fecit Moysen et Aaron, et eduxit patres nostros de terra Ægypti.

7 Nunc ergo state, ut judicio contendam adversum vos coram Domino de omnibus misericordiis Domini, quas fecit vobiscum, et cum patribus vestris :

8 quomodo Jacob ingressus est in Ægyptum, et clamaverunt patres vestri ad Dominum : et misit Dominus Moysen et Aaron, et eduxit patres vestros de Ægypto : et collocavit eos in loco hoc.

9 Qui obliti sunt Domini Dei sui, et tradidit eos in manu Sisaræ magistri militiæ Hasor, et in manu Philisthinorum, et in manu regis Moab, et pugnaverunt adversum eos.

10 Postea autem clamaverunt ad Dominum, et dixerunt : Peccavimus, quia dereliquimus Dominum, et servivimus Baalim et Astaroth : nunc ergo erue nos de manu inimicorum nostrorum, et serviemus tibi.

11 Et misit Dominus Jerobaal, et Badan, et Jephte, et Samuel, et eruit vos de manu inimicorum vestrorum per circuitum, et habitastis confidenter.

12 Videntes autem quod Naas rex filiorum Ammon venisset adversum vos, dixistis mihi : Nequaquam, sed rex imperabit nobis : cum Dominus Deus vester regnaret in vobis.

13 Nunc ergo præsto est rex vester, quem elegistis et petistis : ecce dedit vobis Dominus regem.

14 Si timueritis Dominum, et servieritis ei, et audieritis vocem ejus, et non exasperaveritis os Domini : eritis et vos, et rex qui imperat vobis, sequentes Dominum Deum vestrum :

15 si autem non audieritis vocem Domini, sed exasperaveritis sermones ejus, erit manus Domini super vos, et super patres vestros.

16 Sed et nunc state, et videte rem istam grandem quam facturus est Dominus in conspectu vestro.

17 Numquid non messis tritici est hodie ? invocabo Dominum, et dabit voces et pluvias : et scietis, et videbitis, quia grande malum feceritis vobis in conspectu Domini, petentes super vos regem.

18 Et clamavit Samuel ad Dominum, et dedit Dominus voces et pluvias in illa die.

19 Et timuit omnis populus nimis Dominum et Samuelem, et dixit universus populus ad Samuelem : Ora pro servis tuis ad Dominum Deum tuum, ut non moriamur : addidimus enim universis peccatis nostris malum, ut peteremus nobis regem.

20 Dixit autem Samuel ad populum : Nolite timere, vos fecistis universum malum hoc : verumtamen nolite recedere a tergo Domini, sed servite Domino in omni corde vestro.

21 Et nolite declinare post vana, quæ non proderunt vobis, neque eruent vos, quia vana sunt.

22 Et non derelinquet Dominus populum suum propter nomen suum magnum : quia juravit Dominus facere vos sibi populum.

23 Absit autem a me hoc peccatum in Dominum, ut cessem orare pro vobis, et docebo vos viam bonam et rectam.

24 Igitur timete Dominum, et servite ei in veritate, et ex toto corde vestro : vidistis enim magnifica quæ in vobis gesserit.

25 Quod si perseveraveritis in malitia : et vos et rex vester pariter peribitis.

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