2 Samuel 9

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1 Disse Davi: Resta ainda alguém da casa de Saul, para que eu use de benevolência para com ele por amor de Jônatas?

2 E havia um servo da casa de Saul, cujo nome era Ziba; e o chamaram à presença de Davi. perguntou-lhe o rei: Tu és Ziba? Respondeu ele: Teu servo!

3 Prosseguiu o rei: Não há ainda alguém da casa de Saul para que eu possa usar com ele da benevolência de Deus? Então disse Ziba ao rei: Ainda há um filho de Jônatas, aleijado dos pés.

4 Perguntou-lhe o rei: Onde está. Respondeu Ziba ao rei: Está em casa de Maquir, filho de Amiel, em Lo-Debar.

5 Então mandou o rei Davi, e o tomou da casa de Maquir, filho de Amiel, em Lo-Debar.

6 E Mefibosete, filho de Jônatas, filho de Saul, veio a Davi e, prostrando-se com o rosto em terra, lhe fez reverência. E disse Davi: Mefibosete! Respondeu ele: Eis aqui teu servo.

7 Então lhe disse Davi: Não temas, porque de certo usarei contigo de benevolência por amor de Jônatas, teu pai, e te restituirei todas as terras de Saul, teu pai; e tu sempre comerás à minha mesa.

8 Então Mefibosete lhe fez reverência, e disse: Que é o teu servo, para teres olhado para um cão morto tal como eu?

9 Então chamou Davi a Ziba, servo de Saul, e disse-lhe: Tudo o que pertencia a Saul, e a toda a sua casa, tenho dado ao filho de teu senhor.

10 Cultivar-lhe-ás, pois, a terra, tu e teus filhos, e teus servos; e recolherás os frutos, para que o filho de teu senhor tenha pão para comer; mas Mefibosete, filho de teu senhor, comerá sempre à minha mesa. Ora, tinha Ziba quinze filhos e vinte servos.

11 Respondeu Ziba ao rei: Conforme tudo quanto meu senhor, o rei, manda a seu servo, assim o fará ele. Disse o rei: Quanto a Mefibosete, ele comerá à minha mesa como um dos filhos do rei.

12 E tinha Mefibosete um filho pequeno, cujo nome era Mica. E todos quantos moravam em casa de Ziba eram servos de Mefibosete.

13 Morava, pois, Mefibosete em Jerusalém, porquanto sempre comia à mesa do rei. E era coxo de ambos os pés.

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