1 Samuelis 15

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1 Et dixit Samuel ad Saul : Me misit Dominus, ut ungerem te in regem super populum ejus Israël : nunc ergo audi vocem Domini.

2 Hæc dicit Dominus exercituum : Recensui quæcumque fecit Amalec Israëli : quomodo restitit ei in via cum ascenderet de Ægypto.

3 Nunc ergo vade, et percute Amalec, et demolire universa ejus : non parcas ei, et non concupiscas ex rebus ipsius aliquid, sed interfice a viro usque ad mulierem, et parvulum atque lactentem, bovem et ovem, camelum et asinum.

4 Præcepit itaque Saul populo, et recensuit eos quasi agnos : ducenta millia peditum, et decem millia virorum Juda.

5 Cumque venisset Saul usque ad civitatem Amalec, tetendit insidias in torrente.

6 Dixitque Saul Cinæo : Abite, recedite, atque descendite ab Amalec : ne forte involvam te cum eo : tu enim fecisti misericordiam cum omnibus filiis Israël, cum ascenderent de Ægypto. Et recessit Cinæus de medio Amalec.

7 Percussitque Saul Amalec ab Hevila, donec venias ad Sur, quæ est e regione Ægypti.

8 Et apprehendit Agag regem Amalec vivum : omne autem vulgus interfecit in ore gladii.

9 Et pepercit Saul et populus Agag, et optimis gregibus ovium et armentorum, et vestibus et arietibus, et universis quæ pulchra erant, nec voluerunt disperdere ea : quidquid vero vile fuit et reprobum, hoc demoliti sunt.

10 Factum est autem verbum Domini ad Samuel, dicens :

11 Pœnitet me quod constituerim Saul regem : quia dereliquit me et verba mea opere non implevit. Contristatusque est Samuel, et clamavit ad Dominum tota nocte.

12 Cumque de nocte surrexisset Samuel, ut iret ad Saul mane, nuntiatum est Samueli, eo quod venisset Saul in Carmelum, et erexisset sibi fornicem triumphalem, et reversus transisset, descendissetque in Galgala. Venit ergo Samuel ad Saul, et Saul offerebat holocaustum Domino de initiis prædarum quæ attulerat ex Amalec.

13 Et cum venisset Samuel ad Saul, dixit ei Saul : Benedictus tu Domino, implevi verbum Domini.

14 Dixitque Samuel : Et quæ est hæc vox gregum, quæ resonat in auribus meis, et armentorum, quam ego audio ?

15 Et ait Saul : De Amalec adduxerunt ea : pepercit enim populus melioribus ovibus et armentis ut immolarentur Domino Deo tuo, reliqua vero occidimus.

16 Ait autem Samuel ad Saul : Sine me, et indicabo tibi quæ locutus sit Dominus ad me nocte. Dixitque ei : Loquere.

17 Et ait Samuel : Nonne cum parvulus esses in oculis tuis, caput in tribubus Israël factus es ? unxitque te Dominus in regem super Israël,

18 et misit te Dominus in viam, et ait : Vade, et interfice peccatores Amalec, et pugnabis contra eos usque ad internecionem eorum ?

19 Quare ergo non audisti vocem Domini : sed versus ad prædam es, et fecisti malum in oculis Domini ?

20 Et ait Saul ad Samuelem : Immo audivi vocem Domini, et ambulavi in via per quam misit me Dominus, et adduxi Agag regem Amalec, et Amalec interfeci.

21 Tulit autem de præda populus oves et boves, primitias eorum quæ cæsa sunt, ut immolet Domino Deo suo in Galgalis.

22 Et ait Samuel : Numquid vult Dominus holocausta et victimas, et non potius ut obediatur voci Domini ? Melior est enim obedientia quam victimæ : et auscultare magis quam offerre adipem arietum.

23 Quoniam quasi peccatum ariolandi est, repugnare : et quasi scelus idololatriæ, nole acquiescere. Pro eo ergo quod abjecisti sermonem Domini, abjecit te Dominus ne sis rex.

24 Dixitque Saul ad Samuelem : Peccavi, quia prævaricatus sum sermonem Domini, et verba tua, timens populum, et obediens voci eorum.

25 Sed nunc porta, quæso, peccatum meum, et revertere mecum, ut adorem Dominum.

26 Et ait Samuel ad Saul : Non revertar tecum, quia projecisti sermonem Domini, et projecit te Dominus ne sis rex super Israël.

27 Et conversus est Samuel ut abiret : ille autem apprehendit summitatem pallii ejus, quæ et scissa est.

28 Et ait ad eum Samuel : Scidit Dominus regnum Israël a te hodie, et tradidit illud proximo tuo meliori te.

29 Porro triumphator in Israël non parcet, et pœnitudine non flectetur : neque enim homo est ut agat pœnitentiam.

30 At ille ait : Peccavi : sed nunc honora me coram senioribus populi mei, et coram Israël, et revertere mecum, ut adorem Dominum Deum tuum.

31 Reversus ergo Samuel secutus est Saulem : et adoravit Saul Dominum.

32 Dixitque Samuel : Adducite ad me Agag regem Amalec. Et oblatus est ei Agag pinguissimus, et tremens. Et dixit Agag : Siccine separat amara mors ?

33 Et ait Samuel : Sicut fecit absque liberis mulieres gladius tuus, sic absque liberis erit inter mulieres mater tua. Et in frustra concidit eum Samuel coram Domino in Galgalis.

34 Abiit autem Samuel in Ramatha : Saul vero ascendit in domum suam in Gabaa.

35 Et non vidit Samuel ultra Saul usque ad diem mortis suæ : verumtamen lugebat Samuel Saulem, quoniam Dominum pœnitebat quod constituisset eum regem super Israël.

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