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1 Og Hanna bad og sa: Mitt hjerte fryder sig i Herren, høit er mitt horn i Herren, vidt oplatt min munn mot mine fiender, for jeg gleder mig over din frelse.

2 Ingen er hellig som Herren; for det er ingen foruten dig, og det er ingen klippe som vår Gud.

3 Tal ikke så mange høie ord, la ikke frekke ord gå ut av eders munn! For en allvitende Gud er Herren, og av ham veies gjerninger.

4 Kjempenes bue brytes, og de snublende omgjorder sig med kraft.

5 De mette lar sig leie for brød, og de hungrige hører op å hungre; endog den ufruktbare føder syv barn, og den som er rik på sønner, visner bort.

6 Herren døder og gjør levende; han fører ned i dødsriket og fører op derfra.

7 Herren gjør fattig og gjør rik; han nedtrykker, og han ophøier;

8 han reiser den ringe av støvet, løfter den fattige av skarnet for å sette ham hos fyrster og gi ham et ærefullt sete; for Herren hører jordens støtter til, og på dem har han bygget jorderike.

9 Han verner sine frommes føtter, men ugudelige går til grunne i mørket; for ikke ved egen kraft er mannen sterk.

10 Forferdes skal hver den som strider mot Herren; over ham lar han det tordne i himmelen. Herren dømmer jordens ender, og han vil gi sin konge styrke og ophøie sin salvedes horn.

11 Så drog Elkana hjem igjen til ama, men gutten tjente Herren under Elis, prestens, tilsyn.

12 Men Elis sønner var ryggesløse; de brydde sig ikke om Herren.

13 Sådan var prestenes adferd mot folket: Så ofte nogen kom med et offer, og kjøttet blev kokt, kom prestens dreng og hadde en gaffel med tre grener i sin hånd;

14 den stakk han ned i kjelen eller i gryten eller i pannen eller i potten, og alt det som kom op med gaffelen, tok presten til sig. Således gjorde de med alle israelitter som kom der til Silo.

15 Endog før de brente fettet, kom prestens dreng og sa til den mann som ofret: kom hit med kjøtt til å steke for presten! Han tar ikke imot kokt kjøtt av dig, bare rått.

16 sa mannen til ham: Først må fettet brennes; siden kan du ta for dig efter som du har lyst til. Da svarte han: Nei, nu straks skal du komme med det; ellers tar jeg det med makt.

17 Og de unge menns synd var meget stor for Herrens åsyn; for mennene ringeaktet Herrens offer.

18 Men Samuel tjente for Herrens åsyn - en ung gutt klædd i en livkjortel av lerret.

19 Og hans mor gjorde hvert år en liten kappe til ham; den hadde hun med til ham, når hun drog op med sin mann for å bære frem det årlige offer.

20 Da velsignet Eli Elkana og hans hustru og sa: Herren gi dig barn igjen med denne kvinne istedenfor ham som hun bad om for Herren! Så drog de hjem igjen.

21 Og Herrentil Hanna, og hun blev fruktsommelig og fødte tre sønner og to døtre; men gutten Samuel vokste op hos Herren.

22 Eli var meget gammel, og når han hørte om alt det hans sønner gjorde mot hele Israel, og at de lå hos de kvinner som gjorde tjeneste ved inngangen til sammenkomstens telt,

23 sa han til dem: Hvorfor gjør I således? Jeg hører av hele folket her at eders adferd er ond.

24 Ikke så, mine sønner! Det rykte jeg hører, er ikke godt; I forfører Herrens folk.

25 Når en mann synder mot en annen mann, skal Gud* dømme ham; men når en mann synder mot Herren, hvem skal da bede for ham? Men de hørte ikke på det deres far sa; for det var Herrens vilje å la dem . / {* øvrigheten, 2MO 21, 6.}

26 Men gutten Samuel gikk frem i alder og i yndest både hos Herren og hos mennesker.

27 Og det kom en Guds mann til Eli, og sa til ham: Så sier Herren: Har jeg ikke åpenbaret mig for din fars hus, da de var i Egypten og måtte tjene Faraos hus?

28 Og jeg valgte ham blandt alle Israels stammer til prest for mig, til å ofre på mitt alter, brenne røkelse, bære livkjortel for mitt åsyn, og jeg gav din fars hus alle Israels barns ildoffer.

29 Hvorfor treder I mitt slaktoffer og mitt matoffer under føtter, de offer som jeg har påbudt i min bolig? Og du ærer dine sønner mere enn mig, idet I mesker eder med det beste av hver offergave som mitt folk, Israel, bærer frem.

30 Derfor lyder ordet fra Herren, Israels Gud: Vel har jeg sagt: Ditt hus og din fars hus skal ferdes for mitt åsyn til evig tid. Men nu lyder Herrens ord: Det være langt fra mig! Dem som ærer mig, vil jeg ære, og de som ringeakter mig, skal bli til skamme.

31 Se, dager skal komme da jeg avhugger din arm og din fars ætts arm, så ingen i din ætt skal bli gammel.

32 Og du skal skue trengsel for Guds bolig tross alt det gode han gjør mot Israel, og det skal aldri finnes nogen gammel i ditt hus.

33 Dog vil jeg ikke utrydde hver mann av din ætt fra mitt alter, så jeg lar dine øine slukne og din sjel vansmekte; men alle som vokser op i ditt hus, skal i sine manndomsår.

34 Og til tegn på dette skal du ha det som skal ramme begge dine sønner, Hofni og Pinehas: De skal begge en dag.

35 Og jeg vil opreise for mig en trofast prest: han skal gjøre efter min hu og min vilje, og jeg vil bygge ham et hus som blir stående, og han skal ferdes for min salvedes åsyn alle dager.

36 Og enhver som er igjen av ditt hus, skal komme og bøie sig for ham for å få en sølvskilling og et brød og si: Kjære, sett mig i et av presteembedene, sa jeg kan få et stykke brød å ete!

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Exploring the Meaning of 1 Samuel 2      

Chapter 2 of the Book of Samuel begins with Hannah’s prayerful song of praise to God. It's a big contrast to the sadness and desperation of her prayer in the previous chapter when she begged for a child. In many ways this is a model for the song that Mary sang, in Luke 1:46-55 after hearing from the angel Gabriel that she was to be the mother of the Lord.

In this chapter, the High Priest, Eli, had grown so old that he had turned his priestly duties over to his sons Hophni and Phinehas. However, these sons were corrupt and had separated themselves from God. They took the best part of the meat offerings for themselves, even before the meat had been properly sacrificed, and took advantage of the woman who worked at the gate of the sanctuary.

That corrupt state is contrasted with the wholesome ministry of the young boy Samuel, who wore a simple tunic (called an ephod) given to him each year by his mother as he grew.

Reports of his sons’ wrongdoings reached Eli, and he pleaded with them to stop, but they did not change their ways and he did nothing to punish them. Then, a messenger from God came with a message of doom for not only the two sons, but for the whole family.

As Anita Dole describes the situation, in her "Bible Study Notes":

"This is a picture of a state in which worship is degraded by being used for self-interest and self-exaltation, and when the high priest in us - that inner dictate which relates us to the Lord - does not take steps to correct the evil, although it sees it. It has become dim of sight and is no longer able to receive directly the voice of the Lord. In 1 Samuel 2:17, quoted above, there is the suggestion of the harm which such a state does to others as well as
to ourselves. Many people are turned against the church by the self-seeking and hypocrisy they see in some of its members. Our duty to keep our worship sincere and to live according to the teachings of the church is not for our own salvation alone. The Lord's service requires of us constant watchfulness and ever-renewed devotion." - Anita Dole, Bible Study Notes, "The Birth of Samuel", © 2001 by The Swedenborg Foundation.

This is a chapter focused on contrasts. On one side are Hannah and Samuel who are faithful to the Lord. We see Hannah praising Him for the wonderful gifts that He provides, especially the gift of her son. This story helps us realize that all children are a gift from God. We should never view them as being our possessions. Instead, they are always God’s children whom we have been blessed to be able to nurture for a time and help grow.

On the other side are the sons of Eli, who profaned what was holy as a mark of self-love and disdain for God.

At the heart of this is a message about true worship. This true worship is a product of heart-felt adoration of God, together with genuine humility (see Arcana Coelestia 1153).

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 66, 1756, 2584, 2832, 2930, 3008, 7601, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 10, 20, 323, 535, 551, 598, 671


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 253, 257, 304, 316, 357, 386, 401, ...

An Invitation to the New Church 35

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