1 Samuelis 29

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1 Congregata sunt ergo Philisthiim universa agmina in Aphec : sed et Israël castrametatus est super fontem, qui erat in Jezrahel.

2 Et satrapæ quidem Philisthiim incedebant in centuriis et millibus : David autem et viri ejus erant in novissimo agmine cum Achis.

3 Dixeruntque principes Philisthiim ad Achis : Quid sibi volunt Hebræi isti ? Et ait Achis ad principes Philisthiim : Num ignoratis David, qui fuit servus Saul regis Israël, et est apud me multis diebus, vel annis, et non inveni in eo quidquam ex die qua transfugit ad me, usque ad diem hanc ?

4 Irati sunt autem adversus eum principes Philisthiim, et dixerunt ei : Revertatur vir iste, et sedeat in loco suo, in quo constituisti eum, et non descendat nobiscum in prælium, ne fiat nobis adversarius, cum præliari cœperimus : quomodo enim aliter poterit placare dominum suum, nisi in capitibus nostris ?

5 Nonne iste est David, cui cantabant in choris, dicentes : Percussit Saul in millibus suis, et David in decem millibus suis ?

6 Vocavit ergo Achis David, et ait ei : Vivit Dominus, quia rectus es tu, et bonus in conspectu meo : et exitus tuus, et introitus tuus mecum est in castris : et non inveni in te quidquam mali ex die qua venisti ad me, usque in diem hanc : sed satrapis non places.

7 Revertere ergo, et vade in pace, et non offendas oculos satraparum Philisthiim.

8 Dixitque David ad Achis : Quid enim feci, et quid invenisti in me servo tuo, a die qua fui in conspectu tuo in diem hanc, ut non veniam, et pugnem contra inimicos domini mei regis ?

9 Respondens autem Achis, locutus est ad David : Scio quia bonus es tu in oculis meis, sicut angelus Dei : sed principes Philisthinorum dixerunt : Non ascendet nobiscum in prælium.

10 Igitur consurge mane tu, et servi domini tui, qui venerunt tecum : et cum de nocte surrexeritis, et cœperit dilucescere, pergite.

11 Surrexit itaque de nocte David ipse et viri ejus, ut proficiscerentur mane, et reverterentur ad terram Philisthiim : Philisthiim autem ascenderunt in Jezrahel.

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