2 Samuel 12

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1 Og Herren sendte Natan til David. Da han kom inn til ham, sa han til ham: Det var to menn i en by, en rik og en fattig.

2 Den rike hadde småfe og storfe i mengdevis;

3 men den fattige hadde ikke annet enn et eneste lite lam, som han hadde kjøpt og fødd op; det vokste op hos ham sammen med hans barn; det åt av hans brød og drakk av hans beger og lå i hans fang og var som en datter for ham.

4 kom det en veifarende mann til den rike; men han nente ikke å ta noget av sitt småfe eller storfe og lage det til for den reisende som var kommet til ham, men tok den fattige manns lam og laget det til for den mann som var kommet til ham.

5 Da optendtes Davids vrede høilig mot den mann, og han sa til Natan: Så sant Herren lever: Den mann som har gjort dette, er dødsens,

6 og lammet skal han betale firedobbelt, fordi han gjorde dette og ikke viste barmhjertighet.

7 Da sa Natan til David: Du er mannen. Så sier Herren, Israels Gud: Jeg salvet dig til konge over Israel, og jeg fridde dig ut av Sauls hånd,

8 og jeg gav dig din herres hus og din herres hustruer i din favn, og jeg gav dig Israels og Judas hus, og var det for lite, så vilde jeg ha gitt dig ennu mere, både det ene og det annet.

9 Hvorfor har du foraktet Herrens ord og gjort hvad som er ondt i hans øine? Hetitten Uria har du slått med sverdet; hans hustru har du tatt til hustru for dig selv, og ham har du drept med Ammons barns sverd.

10 Så skal nu sverdet aldri vike fra ditt hus, fordi du har foraktet mig og tatt hetitten Urias hustru til hustru for dig selv.

11 sier Herren: Se, jeg lar ulykke komme over dig fra ditt eget hus; jeg vil ta dine hustruer for dine øine og gi dem til en annen mann, og han skal ligge hos dine hustruer, så solen her er vidne til det.

12 For det du gjorde, gjorde du i lønndom, men jeg vil gjøre dette for hele Israels øine og midt på lyse dagen.

13 Da sa David til Natan: Jeg har syndet mot Herren. Og Natan sa til David: Så har også Herren borttatt din synd; du skal ikke .

14 Men fordi du ved denne gjerning har gitt Herrens fiender årsak til å spotte, så skal også den sønn du har fått, visselig .

15 Så gikk Natan hjem igjen, og Herren slo barnet som David hadde fått med Urias hustru, så det blev meget sykt.

16 Og David søkte Gud for barnets skyld, og David fastet strengt, og hver gang han gikk inn, blev han liggende på jorden hele natten.

17 De eldste i hans hus kom og vilde reise ham op fra jorden; men han vilde ikke og åt ikke sammen med dem.

18 På den syvende dag døde barnet; men Davids tjenere torde ikke fortelle ham at barnet var død; de tenkte: Mens barnet var i live, talte vi til ham, men han hørte ikke på oss; hvorledes kan vi da nu si til ham at barnet er død? Han kunde gjøre en ulykke på sig.

19 Da David så at hans tjenere hvisket sig imellem, skjønte han at barnet var død; og han sa til sine tjenere: Er barnet død? De svarte: Ja, han er død.

20 Da stod David op fra jorden og tvettet sig og salvet sig og skiftet klær og gikk inn i Herrens hus og tilbad. Så gikk han hjem igjen og bad om mat, og de satte mat frem for ham, og han åt.

21 Da sa hans tjenere til ham: Hvorledes er det du bærer dig at? Mens barnet var i live, fastet du og gråt for ham; men nu som barnet er død, står du op og eter.

22 Han svarte: Så lenge barnet var i live, fastet jeg og gråt; for jeg tenkte: Hvem vet om ikke Herren forbarmer sig over mig, så barnet blir i live?

23 Men nu som han er død, hvorfor skulde jeg nu faste? Kan jeg hente ham tilbake igjen? Jeg går til ham, men han vender ikke tilbake til mig.

24 David trøstet Batseba, sin hustru, og han gikk inn til henne og lå hos henne; og hun fødte en sønn, som han kalte Salomo*. Og Herren elsket ham. / {* d.e. den fredsommelige, 1K 3, 5. 1K 22, 9.}

25 og han sendte bud med profeten Natan, og han kalte ham Jedidja*, for Herrens skyld. / {* d.e. Herrens elskede, 2SA 12, 24.}

26 Joab stred mot abba i ammonittenes land og inntok kongestaden.

27 Så sendte Joab bud til David og lot si: Jeg har stridt mot abba og inntatt vannbyen.

28 Samle nu du resten av folket og leir dig mot byen og innta den, så det ikke blir jeg som inntar byen, og mitt navn blir nevnt over den*! / {* d.e. byen kalles den av mig inntatte.}

29 Da samlet David alt folket og drog til abba; og han stred mot det og inntok det.

30 Og han tok deres konges krone fra hans hode; den veide en talent gull, og der var på den en kostbar sten; nu kom den på Davids hode. Og det store hærfang han hadde tatt i byen, førte han med sig bort.

31 Og folket som bodde der, førte han ut og la dem under sager og treskesleder av jern og jernøkser og lot dem gå gjennem teglovner. Så gjorde han med alle Ammons barns byer. Derefter vendte David og alt folket tilbake til Jerusalem.

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