1. Samuelova 13

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1 Kad Saul bi car godinu dana (a carova dve godine nad Izrailjem),

2 Izabra sebi Saul tri hiljade između sinova Izrailjevih; i behu kod Saula dve hiljade u Mihmasu i u gori vetiljskoj, a jedna hiljada s Jonatanom u Gavaji Venijaminovoj; a ostali narod raspusti u šatore njihove.

3 I Jonatan pobi stražu filistejsku koja beše u Gavaji, i čuše za to Filisteji. A Saul zapovedi, te trubiše u trube po svoj zemlji govoreći: Neka čuju Jevreji.

4 I tako ču sav Izrailj gde rekoše: Pobi Saul stražu filistejsku; i stoga Izrailj omrznu Filistejima. I sazvan bi narod za Saulom u Galgal.

5 A Filisteji se skupiše da vojuju na Izrailja, trideset hiljada kola i šest hiljada konjika, i mnoštvo naroda kao pesak na bregu morskom; i izašavši stadoše u logor u Mihmasu, s istoka od Ven-Avena.

6 I Izrailjci se videše u nevolji, jer narod bi pritešnjen; te se sakri u pećine i u česte i u kamenjake i u raseline i u jame.

7 A drugi Jevreji pređoše preko Jordana u zemlju Gadovu i Galadovu. A Saul još beše u Galgalu, i sav narod što iđaše za njim beše u strahu.

8 I počeka sedam dana do roka Samuilovog. Ali Samuilo ne dođe u Galgal; te se narod stade razlaziti od njega.

9 Tada reče Saul: Dodajte mi žrtvu paljenicu i žrtve zahvalne. I prinese žrtvu paljenicu.

10 I kad prinese žrtvu paljenicu, gle, dođe Samuilo. I Saul izađe mu na susret da ga pozdravi.

11 A Samuilo mu reče: Šta si učinio? A Saul odgovori: Kad videh gde se narod razlazi od mene, a ti ne dođe do roka, i Filisteji se skupili u Mihmasu,

12 Rekoh: Sad će udariti Filisteji na me u Galgal, a ja se još ne pomolih Gospodu: te se usudih i prinesoh žrtvu paljenicu.

13 Tada reče Samuilo Saulu: Ludo si radio što nisi držao zapovesti Gospoda Boga svog, koju ti je zapovedao; jer bi sada Gospod utvrdio carstvo tvoje nad Izrailjem doveka.

14 A sada carstvo tvoje neće se održati. Gospod je našao sebi čoveka po srcu svom, i njemu je zapovedio Gospod da bude vođ narodu Njegovom, jer nisi držao šta ti je zapovedio Gospod.

15 Potom diže se Samuilo i otide iz Galgala u Gavaju Venijaminovu. I Saul izbroja narod koji osta kod njega, i beše ga do šest stotina ljudi.

16 I Saul i sin mu Jonatan i narod što beše s njima, stajahu u Gavaji Venijaminovoj; a Filisteji stajahu u logoru u Mihmasu.

17 I iziđoše tri čete iz logora filistejskog da plene: Jedna četa udari putem k Ofri u zemlju sovalsku;

18 A druga četa udari putem k Vet-Oronu; a treća udari putem k međi koja gleda prema dolini sevojimskoj u pustinju.

19 A u celoj zemlji izrailjskoj ne beše kovača, jer Filisteji rekoše: Da ne bi gradili Jevreji mačeva ni kopalja.

20 Zato silažahu svi Izrailjci k Filistejima kad koji htede poklepati raonik ili motiku ili sekiru ili srp.

21 I behu se zatupili raonici i motike i vile troroge i sekire, i same ostane trebaše zaoštriti.

22 Zato kad dođe vreme boju, ne nađe se mača ni koplja ni u koga u narodu koji beše sa Saulom i Jonatanom; samo beše u Saula i u Jonatana sina njegovog.

23 I straža filistejska izađe u klanac kod Mihmasa.

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