1 Samuels 17

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1 Filistrene samlet sine hærer til strid og kom sammen i Soko, som hører til Juda; og de slo leir mellem Soko og Aseka ved Efes-Dammim.

2 Og Saul og Israels menn samlet sig og; de leiret sig i Terebintedalen og fylket sig mot filistrene.

3 Filistrene stod ved fjellet på den ene side, og israelittene ved fjellet på den andre side, så de hadde dalen imellem sig.

4 Da gikk en tvekjemper ut av filistrenes leir; han hette Goliat og var fra Gat; han var seks alen og et spann høi.

5 På hodet hadde han en kobberhjelm og var klædd i en skjellbrynje, og brynjens vekt var fem tusen sekel kobber.

6 Han hadde kobberskinner på leggene og et kastespyd av kobber på ryggen.

7 Skaftet på hans spyd var som en veverstang, og odden på hans spyd veide seks hundre sekel jern, og hans skjoldbærer gikk foran ham.

8 Han stod frem og ropte til Israels fylking og sa til dem: Hvorfor drar I ut og fylker eder til strid? Er ikke jeg filisteren og I Sauls træler? Velg eder en mann og la ham komme ned til mig!

9 Hvis han kan stride med mig og feller mig, så skal vi være eders træler; men hvis jeg får bukt med ham og feller ham, så skal I være våre træler og tjene oss.

10 sa filisteren: Idag har jeg hånet Israels fylking; kom hit med en mann, så vi kan stride med hverandre!

11 Da Saul og hele Israel hørte disse filisterens ord, blev de forferdet og fryktet storlig.

12 David var en sønn av den før omtalte efratitt fra Betlehem i Juda som hette Isai, og som hadde åtte sønner. Denne mann var i Sauls dager gammel og avfeldig.

13 Isais tre eldste sønner hadde draget ut og fulgt Saul i krigen; og av disse hans tre sønner som hadde draget i krigen, hette den førstefødte Eliab, den annen Abinadab og den tredje Samma.

14 David var den yngste. De tre eldste hadde fulgt Saul,

15 men David gikk stundom hjem igjen fra Saul for å vokte sin fars småfe i Betlehem.

16 Filisteren gikk frem både morgen og aften; i firti dager stilte han sig frem.

17 sa Isai til sin sønn David: Kjære, ta en efa av dette ristede korn og disse ti brød til dine brødre og skynd dig til leiren med det, til dine brødre!

18 Men disse ti skiver fersk ost skal du ha med til den øverste høvedsmann; så skal du se til dine brødre om det går dem vel, og ta med et pant fra dem.

19 Saul er med dem og alle Israels menn i Terebinte-dalen og strider med filistrene.

20 Morgenen efter stod David tidlig op og overlot småfeet til en gjæter; så tok han det han skulde ha med, og gikk avsted, som Isai hadde befalt ham. Da han kom til vognborgen, drog hæren nettop ut for å fylke sig til strid og opløftet krigsropet.

21 Og Israel og filistrene stilte sig op, fylking mot fylking.

22 David la de ting han hadde med sig ned hos den som hadde tilsyn med trosset, og sprang frem til fylkingen, og da han kom dit, hilste han på sine brødre.

23 Mens han talte med dem, kom tvekjemperen, filisteren Goliat fra Gat, nettop frem fra filistrenes fylking og ropte de samme ord som før, og David hørte det.

24 Og alle Israels menn flyktet for mannen da de så ham, og var meget redde.

25 Og en mann av Israel sa: Ser I den mann som kommer frem der? Han kommer for å håne Israel; den mann som feller ham, ham vil kongen gi stor rikdom og la ham få sin datter og gjøre hans fars hus skattefritt i Israel.

26 Da sa David til de menn som stod tett ved ham: Hvad skal han få den mann som feller denne filister og tar skammen bort fra Israel? For hvem er denne uomskårne filister, at han har hånet den levende Guds hær?

27 Og folket gjentok for ham de samme ord* og sa: Det og det skal den mann få som feller ham. / {* 1SA 17, 25.}

28 Eliab, hans eldste bror, hørte hvad han talte med mennene om; da optendtes hans vrede mot David, og han sa: Hvorfor er du kommet her ned, og til hvem har du overlatt de to-tre får der i ørkenen? Jeg kjenner ditt overmot og ditt hjertes ondskap; det er for å se på striden du er kommet her ned.

29 Men David sa: Hvad har jeg gjort nu? Det var jo bare et ord.

30 Så vendte han sig fra ham til en annen og spurte om det samme*; og folket svarte ham som første gang. / {* 1SA 17, 26.}

31 Det kom ut hvad David hadde sagt, og Saul fikk og høre det. Han lot ham hente,

32 og David sa til Saul: Ingen må tape motet! Din tjener vil gå og stride med denne filister.

33 Men Saul sa til David: Du kan ikke gå mot denne filister og stride med ham; for du er ung, og han er en krigsmann fra sin ungdom av.

34 Men David svarte Saul: Din tjener voktet småfeet for sin far; kom det da en løve eller en bjørn og tok et får av hjorden,

35 sprang jeg efter den og slo den og rev fåret ut av gapet på den; og reiste den sig så imot mig, tok jeg fatt i dens skjegg og slo den og drepte den.

36 Både løve og bjørn har din tjener slått ihjel, og det skal gå denne uomskårne filister som dem, fordi han har hånet den levende Guds hær.

37 sa David: Herren, som har fridd mig av løvens og bjørnens vold, han skal også fri mig av denne filisters vold. Da sa Saul til David: Gå! Herren skal være med dig.

38 Og Saul lot David få sine egne klær og satte en kobberhjelm på hans hode og hadde på ham en brynje.

39 Og David bandt hans sverd om sig utenpå sine klær og vilde til å gå; for han hadde ikke prøvd det før. Og David sa til Saul: Jeg kan ikke gå med dette, for jeg har ikke prøvd det før. Så tok David alt dette av sig

40 og tok sin stav i hånden og søkte sig ut fem glatte stener i bekken; dem la han i hyrdetasken som han hadde med sig, og sin slynge hadde han i hånden; og så gikk han frem mot filisteren.

41 Og filisteren kom nærmere og nærmere bortimot David, og hans skjoldbærer gikk foran ham.

42 Da filisteren så frem for sig og blev var David, foraktet han ham, fordi han var ung og rødkinnet og fager å se til.

43 Og filisteren sa til David: Er jeg en hund, siden du kommer mot mig med kjepper? Og filisteren bante David ved sin gud.

44 sa filisteren til David: Kom hit til mig, så skal jeg gi ditt kjøtt til himmelens fugler og markens dyr.

45 David svarte filisteren: Du kommer mot mig med sverd og lanse og kastespyd; men jeg kommer mot dig i Herrens, hærskarenes Guds navn, han som er Gud for Israels fylkinger - han som du har hånet.

46 På denne dag skal Herren gi dig i min hånd, og jeg skal slå dig ihjel og skille ditt hode fra din kropp, og jeg skal på denne dag gi likene fra filistrenes leir til himmelens fugler og til jordens ville dyr, og all jorden skal få se at Israel har en Gud.

47 Og hele dette folk skal få se at det ikke er ved sverd og spyd Herren frelser; for Herren råder for krigen, og han skal gi eder i var hånd.

48 Da nu filisteren gjorde sig rede og gikk frem og kom nærmere bortimot David, skyndte David sig og sprang frem mot fylkingen, filisteren i møte.

49 Og David stakk sin hånd i tasken og tok frem av den en sten; den slynget han ut og traff filisteren i pannen, og stenen trengte dypt inn i hans panne, og han falt på sitt ansikt til jorden.

50 Således vant David over filisteren med slyngen og stenen, og han slo filisteren og drepte ham, enda David ikke hadde noget sverd i sin hånd.

51 Og David sprang frem og stilte sig tett ved filisteren og tok og drog hans sverd ut av skjeden og drepte ham og hugg hans hode av med det. Og da filistrene så at deres kjempe var død, tok de flukten.

52 Da gikk Israels og Judas menn frem, opløftet krigsropet og forfulgte filistrene til bortimot Gat og like til Ekrons porter; og det lå falne filistrer på veien til Sa'ara'im og helt frem til Gat og til Ekron.

53 Så forfulgte ikke Israels barn filistrene lenger, men vendte tilbake og plyndret deres leir.

54 Og David tok filisterens hode og hadde det med sig til Jerusalem; men hans våben la han i sitt telt.

55 Da SaulDavid gå ut imot filisteren, sa han til Abner, hærføreren: Hvem er denne gutt sønn til, Abner? Abner svarte: Så sant du lever, konge, jeg vet det ikke.

56 Da sa kongen: Spør efter hvem denne gutt er sønn til.

57 Da så David vendte tilbake efterat han hadde slått filisteren ihjel, tok Abner ham og førte ham frem for Saul; han hadde ennu filisterens hode i sin hånd.

58 Og Saul sa til ham: Hvem er du sønn til, unge mann? David svarte: Jeg er sønn til din tjener Isai fra Betlehem.

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Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1197, 4013, 4462, 4594, 9251

Apocalypse Revealed 573, 578

Doctrine of Faith 51, 52

True Christian Religion 276


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 449, 781, 787

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samlet
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leir
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menn
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side
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gat
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seks
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kobber
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fem
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tusen
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sekel
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hundre
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tjener
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ung
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ungdom
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far
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løve
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dag
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hånd
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slå
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skyndte
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møte
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falt
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ansikt
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død
Dead (Gen. 23:8) signifies night, in respect to the goodnesses and truths of faith.

porter
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barn
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tilbake
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jerusalem
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telt
'Tent' is used in the Word to signify the celestial and holy aspects of love, because in ancient time they performed holy worship in their...

gutt
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konge
The human mind is composed of two parts, a will and an understanding, a seat of loves and affections, and a seat of wisdom and...

vet
Like so many common verbs, the meaning of "know" in the Bible is varied and dependent on context. And in some cases – when it...

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Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 14

 The Shepherd Rescuing His Sheep
Project | Ages 11 - 17

 Trusting in the Lord’s Strength
Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 14


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