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1 Samuel sa til Saul: Det var mig Herren sendte for å salve dig til konge over hans folk, over Israel; så lyd nu Herrens ord!

2 sier Herren, hærskarenes Gud: Jeg vil hjemsøke Amalek for det han gjorde mot Israel, at han la sig i veien for ham da han drog op fra Egypten.

3 Gå nu avsted og slå Amalek, og slå med bann alt hvad hans er; spar ham ikke, men drep både mann og kvinne, både barn og diebarn, både okse og får, både kamel og asen.

4 Så kalte Saul folket til våben og mønstret dem i Tela'im; det var to hundre tusen mann fotfolk og ti tusen mann fra Juda.

5 Da Saul kom til amalekittenes by, la han et bakhold i dalen.

6 Og Saul sa til kenittene: Gå bort, skill eder fra amalekittene og dra ned, så jeg ikke skal ødelegge eder sammen med dem! For I gjorde vel imot alle Israels barn da de drog op fra Egypten. Så skilte kenittene lag med amalekittene.

7 Saul slo amalekittene og forfulgte dem fra Havila til bortimot Sur, som ligger østenfor Egypten.

8 Og han tok Agag, Amaleks konge, levende til fange, og alt folket slo han med bann og drepte dem med sverdets egg.

9 Men Saul og folket sparte Agag og det beste og det næstbeste av småfeet og storfeet og lammene - alt som så godt ut - og vilde ikke slå dem med bann; men alt det fe som var ringe og usselt, det slo de med bann.

10 Da kom Herrens ord til Samuel, og det lød således:

11 Jeg angrer at jeg har gjort Saul til konge; for han har vendt sig bort fra mig og ikke holdt sig efter mine ord. Da optendtes Samuels vrede, og han ropte til Herren hele natten.

12 Morgenen efter stod Samuel tidlig op for å møte Saul; da kom nogen og sa til Samuel: Saul er kommet til Karmel, og der har han reist sig et minnesmerke; siden vendte han om og drog videre ned til Gilgal.

13 Da nu Samuel kom til Saul, sa Saul til ham: Velsignet være du av Herren! Jeg har holdt mig efter Herrens ord.

14 Men Samuel sa: Hvad er da dette for en bræken av småfe som lyder for mine ører, og hvad er det for brøl av storfe jeg hører?

15 Saul svarte: De har ført dem med fra amalekittene; for folket sparte det beste av småfeet og av storfeet for å ofre det til Herren din Gud; men resten har vi slått med bann.

16 Da sa Samuel til Saul: Hold op, så vil jeg forkynne dig hvad Herren har talt til mig inatt! Han sa til ham: Tal!

17 Samuel sa: Da du var ringe i dine egne øine, blev du hode for Israels stammer, og Herren salvet dig til konge over Israel.

18 Og Herren sendte dig avsted og sa: Gå og slå disse syndere, amalekittene, med bann og strid mot dem til du får gjort ende på dem!

19 Hvorfor lød du da ikke Herrens ord, men kastet dig over hærfanget og gjorde hvad ondt var i Herrens øine?

20 Da sa Saul til Samuel: Jeg har lydt Herrens ord og har gått den vei Herren sendte mig; jeg har ført Agag, Amaleks konge, hit og slått Amalek med bann.

21 Men folket tok av hærfanget småfe og storfe, det ypperste av det bannlyste, for å ofre det til Herren din Gud i Gilgal.

22 Da sa Samuel: Har vel Herren like så meget behag i brennoffer og slaktoffer som i lydighet mot Herrens ord? Nei, lydighet er bedre enn slaktoffer, hørsomhet bedre enn fettet av værer;

23 for gjenstridighet er ikke bedre enn trolldoms-synd, og trossighet er som avgudsdyrkelse. Fordi du har forkastet Herrens ord, har han forkastet dig, så du ikke skal være konge.

24 Da sa Saul til Samuel: Jeg har syndet; jeg har overtrådt Herrens bud og dine ord; for jeg var redd folket og gav efter for dem.

25 Men forlat mig nu min synd og vend tilbake med mig, forat jeg kan tilbede Herren!

26 Samuel svarte Saul: Jeg vil ikke vende tilbake med dig; for du har forkastet Herrens ord, og så har Herren forkastet dig, så du ikke skal være konge over Israel.

27 Dermed vendte Samuel sig og vilde gå. Men Saul grep fatt i kanten av hans kappe, så den blev revet av.

28 Da sa Samuel til ham: Herren har idag revet kongedømmet over Israel fra dig og gitt det til en annen, som er bedre enn du.

29 Og Israels trofaste Gud lyver ikke og angrer ikke; for han er ikke et menneske, så han skulde angre.

30 Saul svarte: Jeg har syndet, men vis mig allikevel nu ære for mitt folks eldste og for Israel og vend tilbake med mig! Så vil jeg tilbede Herren din Gud.

31 Da fulgte Samuel Saul tilbake, og Saul tilbad Herren.

32 sa Samuel: Før Agag, Amaleks konge, hit til mig! Glad i hu gikk Agag bort til ham, og Agag sa: Visselig, dødens bitterhet er veket bort.

33 Men Samuel sa: Likesom ditt sverd har gjort kvinner barnløse, så skal nu din mor bli barnløs fremfor andre kvinner. Så hugg Samuel Agag ned for Herrens åsyn i Gilgal.

34 Derefter drog Samuel til ama, men Saul fór op til sitt hus i Sauls Gibea.

35 Og Samuel så ikke Saul mere helt til sin dødsdag, for Samuel sørget over Saul. Men Herren angret at han hadde gjort Saul til konge over Israel.

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