2 Samuelis 8

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1 Factum est autem post hæc, percussit David Philisthiim, et humiliavit eos, et tulit David frenum tributi de manu Philisthiim.

2 Et percussit Moab, et mensus est eos funiculo, coæquans terræ : mensus est autem duos funiculos, unum ad occidendum, et unum ad vivificandum : factusque est Moab David serviens sub tributo.

3 Et percussit David Adarezer filium Rohob regem Soba, quando profectus est ut dominaretur super flumen Euphraten.

4 Et captis David ex parte ejus mille septingentis equitibus, et viginti millibus peditum, subnervavit omnes jugales curruum : dereliquit autem ex eis centum currus.

5 Venit quoque Syria Damasci, ut præsidium ferret Adarezer regi Soba : et percussit David de Syria viginti duo millia virorum.

6 Et posuit David præsidium in Syria Damasci : factaque est Syria David serviens sub tributo : servavitque Dominus David in omnibus ad quæcumque profectus est.

7 Et tulit David arma aurea, quæ habebant servi Adarezer, et detulit ea in Jerusalem.

8 Et de Bete et de Beroth, civitatibus Adarezer, tulit rex David æs multum nimis.

9 Audivit autem Thou rex Emath, quod percussisset David omne robur Adarezer,

10 et misit Thou Joram filium suum ad regem David, ut salutaret eum congratulans, et gratias ageret : eo quod expugnasset Adarezer, et percussisset eum. Hostis quippe erat Thou Adarezer, et in manu ejus erant vasa aurea, et vasa argentea, et vasa ærea :

11 quæ et ipsa sanctificavit rex David Domino cum argento et auro, quæ sanctificaverat de universis gentibus quas subegerat,

12 de Syria, et Moab, et filiis Ammon, et Philisthiim, et Amalec, et de manubiis Adarezer filii Rohob regis Soba.

13 Fecit quoque sibi David nomen cum revereteretur capta Syria in valle Salinarum, cæsis decem et octo millibus :

14 et posuit in Idumæa custodes, statuitque præsidium : et facta est universa Idumæa serviens David, et servavit Dominus David in omnis ad quæcumque profectus est.

15 Et regnavit David super omnem Israël : faciebat quoque David judicium et justitiam omni populo suo.

16 Joab autem filius Sarviæ erat super exercitum : porro Josaphat filius Ahilud erat a commentariis :

17 et Sadoc filius Achitob, et Achimelech filius Abiathar, erant sacerdotes : et Saraias, scriba :

18 Banaias autem filius Jojadæ super Cerethi et Phelethi : filii autem David sacerdotes erant.

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Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1715, 6917, 7770

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