2 Samuelis 6

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1 Congregavit autem rursum David omnes electos ex Israël triginta millia.

2 Surrexitque David, et abiit, et universus populus qui erat cum eo de viris Juda, ut adducerent arcam Dei, super quam invocatum est nomen Domini exercituum, sedentis in cherubim super eam.

3 Et imposuerunt arcam Dei super plaustrum novum : tuleruntque eam de domo Abinadab, qui erat in Gabaa : Oza autem et Ahio filii Abinadab, minabant plaustrum novum.

4 Cumque tulissent eam de domo Abinadab, qui erat in Gabaa, custodiens arcam Dei Ahio præcedebat arcam.

5 David autem et omnis Israël ludebant coram Domino in omnibus lignis fabrefactis, et citharis et lyris et tympanis et sistris et cymbalis.

6 Postquam autem venerunt ad aream Nachon, extendit Oza manum ad arcam Dei, et tenuit eam : quoniam calcitrabant boves, et declinaverunt eam.

7 Iratusque est indignatione Dominus contra Ozam, et percussit eum super temeritate : qui mortuus est ibi juxta arcam Dei.

8 Contristatus est autem David, eo quod percussisset Dominus Ozam, et vocatum est nomen loci illius : Percussio Ozæ, usque in diem hanc.

9 Et extimuit David Dominum in die illa, dicens : Quomodo ingredietur ad me arca Domini ?

10 Et noluit divertere ad se arcam Domini in civitatem David : sed divertit eam in domum Obededom Gethæi.

11 Et habitavit arca Domini in domo Obededom Gethæi tribus mensibus : et benedixit Dominus Obededom, et omnem domum ejus.

12 Nuntiatumque est regi David quod benedixisset Dominus Obededom, et omnia ejus, propter arcam Dei. Abiit ergo David, et adduxit arcam Dei de domo Obededom in civitatem David cum gaudio : et erant cum David septem chori, et victima vituli.

13 Cumque transcendissent qui portabant arcam Domini sex passus, immolabat bovem et arietem,

14 et David saltabat totis viribus ante Dominum : porro David erat accinctus ephod lineo.

15 Et David et omnis domus Israël ducebant arcam testamenti Domini, in jubilo, et in clangore buccinæ.

16 Cumque intrasset arca Domini in civitatem David, Michol filia Saul prospiciens per fenestram, vidit regem David subsilientem, atque saltantem coram Domino : et despexit eum in corde suo.

17 Et introduxerunt arcam Domini, et imposuerunt eam in loco suo in medio tabernaculi, quod tetenderat ei David : et obtulit David holocausta et pacifica coram Domino.

18 Cumque complesset offerens holocausta et pacifica, benedixit populo in nomine Domini exercituum.

19 Et partitus est universæ multitudini Israël tam viro quam mulieri singulis collyridam panis unam, et assaturam bubulæ carnis unam, et similam frixam oleo : et abiit omnis populus, unusquisque in domum suam.

20 Reversusque est David ut benediceret domui suæ : et egressa Michol filia Saul in occursum David, ait : Quam gloriosus fuit hodie rex Israël discooperiens se ante ancillas servorum suorum, et nudatus est, quasi si nudetur unus de scurris.

21 Dixitque David ad Michol : Ante Dominum, qui elegit me potius quam patrem tuum, et quam omnem domum ejus, et præcepit mihi ut essem dux super populum Domini in Israël,

22 et Judam, et vilior fiam plus quam factus sum : et ero humilis in oculis meis : et cum ancillis, de quibus locuta es, gloriosior apparebo.

23 Igitur Michol filiæ Saul non est natus filius usque in diem mortis suæ.

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Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 878, 4926, 5945, 7601, 9485, 10416

Apocalypsis Revelata 529, 671

Doctrine of Life 59

Vera Christiana Religio 284, 691

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 277, 323, 700, 951

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