2 Samuel 12

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1 O Senhor, pois, enviou Natã a Davi. E, entrando ele a ter com Davi, disse-lhe: Havia numa cidade dois homens, um rico e outro pobre.

2 O rico tinha rebanhos e manadas em grande número;

3 mas o pobre não tinha coisa alguma, senão uma pequena cordeira que comprara e criara; ela crescera em companhia dele e de seus filhos; do seu bocado comia, do seu copo bebia, e dormia em seu regaço; e ele a tinha como filha.

4 Chegou um viajante à casa do rico; e este, não querendo tomar das suas ovelhas e do seu gado para guisar para o viajante que viera a ele, tomou a cordeira do pobre e a preparou para o seu hóspede.

5 Então a ira de Davi se acendeu em grande maneira contra aquele homem; e disse a Natã: Vive o Senhor, que digno de morte é o homem que fez isso.

6 Pela cordeira restituirá o quádruplo, porque fez tal coisa, e não teve compaixão.

7 Então disse Natã a Davi: Esse homem és tu! Assim diz o Senhor Deus de Israel: Eu te ungi rei sobre Israel, livrei-te da mão de Saul,

8 e te dei a casa de teu senhor, e as mulheres de teu senhor em teu seio; também te dei a casa de Israel e de Judá. E se isso fosse pouco, te acrescentaria outro tanto.

9 Por que desprezaste a palavra do Senhor, fazendo o mal diante de seus olhos? A Urias, o heteu, mataste à espada, e a sua mulher tomaste para ser tua mulher; sim, a ele mataste com a espada dos amonitas.

10 Agora, pois, a espada jamais se apartará da tua casa, porquanto me desprezaste, e tomaste a mulher de Urias, o heteu, para ser tua mulher.

11 Assim diz o Senhor: Eis que suscitarei da tua própria casa o mal sobre ti, e tomarei tuas mulheres perante os teus olhos, e as darei a teu próximo, o qual se deitará com tuas mulheres à luz deste sol.

12 Pois tu o fizeste em oculto; mas eu farei este negócio perante todo o Israel e à luz do sol.

13 Então disse Davi a Natã: Pequei contra o Senhor. Tornou Natã a Davi: Também o Senhor perdoou o teu pecado; não morreras.

14 Todavia, porquanto com este feito deste lugar a que os inimigos do Senhor blasfemem, o filho que te nasceu certamente morrerá.

15 Então Natã foi para sua casa. Depois o Senhor feriu a criança que a mulher de Urias dera a Davi, de sorte que adoeceu gravemente.

16 Davi, pois, buscou a Deus pela criança, e observou rigoroso jejum e, recolhendo-se, passava a noite toda prostrado sobre a terra.

17 Então os anciãos da sua casa se puseram ao lado dele para o fazerem levantar-se da terra; porém ele não quis, nem comeu com eles.

18 Ao sétimo dia a criança morreu; e temiam os servos de Davi dizer-lhe que a criança tinha morrido; pois diziam: Eis que, sendo a criança ainda viva, lhe falávamos, porém ele não dava ouvidos à nossa voz; como, pois, lhe diremos que a criança morreu? Poderá cometer um desatino.

19 Davi, porém, percebeu que seus servos cochichavam entre si, e entendeu que a criança havia morrido; pelo que perguntou a seus servos: Morreu a criança? E eles responderam: Morreu.

20 Então Davi se levantou da terra, lavou-se, ungiu-se, e mudou de vestes; e, entrando na casa do Senhor, adorou. Depois veio a sua casa, e pediu o que comer; e lho deram, e ele comeu.

21 Então os seus servos lhe disseram: Que é isso que fizeste? pela criança viva jejuaste e choraste; porém depois que a criança morreu te levantaste e comeste.

22 Respondeu ele: Quando a criança ainda vivia, jejuei e chorei, pois dizia: Quem sabe se o Senhor não se compadecerá de mim, de modo que viva a criança?

23 Todavia, agora que é morta, por que ainda jejuaria eu? Poderei eu fazê-la voltar? Eu irei para ela, porém ela não voltará para mim.

24 Então consolou Davi a Bate-Seba, sua mulher, e entrou, e se deitou com ela. E teve ela um filho, e Davi lhe deu o nome de Salomão. E o Senhor o amou;

25 e mandou, por intermédio do profeta Natã, dar-lhe o nome de Jedidias, por amor do Senhor.

26 Ora, pelejou Joabe contra Rabá, dos amonitas, e tomou a cidade real.

27 Então mandou Joabe mensageiros a Davi, e disse: Pelejei contra Rabá, e já tomei a cidade das águas.

28 Ajunta, pois, agora o resto do povo, acampa contra a cidade e toma-a, para que eu não a tome e seja o meu nome aclamado sobre ela.

29 Então Davi ajuntou todo o povo, e marchou para Rabá; pelejou contra ela, e a tomou.

30 Também tirou a coroa da cabeça do seu rei; e o peso dela era de um talento de ouro e havia nela uma pedra preciosa; e foi posta sobre a cabeça de Davi, que levou da cidade mui grande despojo.

31 E, trazendo os seus habitantes, os pôs a trabalhar com serras, trilhos de ferro, machados de ferro, e em fornos de tijolos; e assim fez a todas as cidades dos amonitas. Depois voltou Davi e todo o povo para Jerusalém.

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natã
'Nathan' signifies the doctrine of truth.

Davi
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disse
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cidade
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dois
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rebanhos
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filhos
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filha
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ira
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diz
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Deus
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de israel
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israel
'Israel,' in Jeremiah 23:8, signifies the spiritual natural church. The children of Israel dispersed all the literal sense of the Word by falsities. 'The children...

rei
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...

mão
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Saul
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casa
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mulheres
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seio
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Judá
City of Judah,' as in Isaiah 40:9, signifies the doctrine of love towards the Lord and love towards our neighbor in its whole extent.

palavra
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mal
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olhos
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Urias
'Uriah' represents the spiritual church.

espada
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mulher
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amonitas
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de urias
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sol
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pecado
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inimigos
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filho
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feriu
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Terra
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Anciãos
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lado
'Side' signifies good or spiritual love.

dia
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morreu
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dizer
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voz
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veio
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comer
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sabe
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nome
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Salomão
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profeta
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joabe
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Rabá
Rabbath

mensageiros
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das águas
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águas
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ajunta
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cabeça
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ouro
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pedra
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ferro
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cidades
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jerusalém
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