1. Samuelova 17

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1 Tada Filisteji skupiše vojsku svoju da vojuju, i skupiše se u Sokotu Judinom, i stadoše u logor između Sokota i Azike na međi damimskoj.

2 A Saul i Izrailjci skupiše se i stadoše u logor u dolini Ili, i uvrstaše se prema Filistejima.

3 I Filisteji stajahu na brdu odonuda a Izrailjci stajahu na brdu odovuda, a među njima beše dolina.

4 I izađe iz logora filistejskog jedan zatočnik po imenu Golijat iz Gata, visok šest lakata i ped.

5 I na glavi mu beše kapa od bronze, i oklop pločast na njemu od bronze; i beše oklop težak pet hiljada sikala.

6 I nogavice od bronze behu mu na nogama, i štit od bronze na ramenima.

7 A kopljača od koplja mu beše kao vratilo, a gvožđa u koplju mu beše šest stotina sikala; i koji mu oružje nošaše iđaše pred njim.

8 On stavši vikaše vojsku izrailjsku, i govoraše im: Što ste izašli uvrstavši se? Nisam li ja Filistejin a vi sluge Saulove? Izberite jednog između sebe, pa neka izađe k meni.

9 Ako me nadjača i pogubi me, mi ćemo vam biti sluge; ako li ja njega nadjačam i pogubim ga, onda ćete vi biti nama sluge, i služićete nam.

10 Još govoraše Filistejin: Ja osramotih danas vojsku izrailjsku: dajte mi čoveka da se bijemo.

11 A kad Saul i sav Izrailj ču šta reče Filistejin, prepadoše se i uplašiše se vrlo.

12 A beše David sin jednog Efraćanina, iz Vitlejema Judinog, kome ime beše Jesej, koji imaše osam sinova i beše u vreme Saulovo star i vremenit među ljudima.

13 I tri najstarija sina Jesejeva otidoše za Saulom na vojsku; a imena trojici sinova njegovih koji otidoše na vojsku behu prvencu Elijav a drugom Avinadav a trećem Sama.

14 A David beše najmlađi. I ona tri najstarija otidoše za Saulom.

15 A David otide od Saula i vrati se u Vitlejem da pase ovce oca svog.

16 A Filistejin izlažaše jutrom i večerom, i staja četrdeset dana.

17 A Jesej reče Davidu, sinu svom: Uzmi sada za braću svoju efu ovog prženog žita i ovih deset hlebova, i odnesi brže u logor braći svojoj.

18 A ovih deset mladih siraca odnesi hiljadniku, i vidi braću svoju kako su, i donesi od njih znak.

19 A Saul i oni i sav Izrailj behu u dolini Ili ratujući s Filistejima.

20 I tako David usta rano i ostavi ovce na čuvaru; pa uze i otide kako mu zapovedi Jesej; i dođe na mesto gde beše logor, i vojska izlažaše da se vrsta za boj, i podizaše ubojnu viku.

21 I stajaše vojska izrailjska i filistejska jedna prema drugoj.

22 Tada ostavi David svoj prtljag kod čuvara koji čuvaše prtljag i otrča u vojsku, i dođe i zapita braću svoju za zdravlje.

23 I dokle govoraše s njima, gle, onaj zatočnik po imenu Golijat Filistejin iz Gata, izađe iz vojske filistejske i govoraše kao pre, i David ču.

24 A svi Izrailjci kad videše tog čoveka, uzbegoše od njega, i beše ih strah veoma.

25 I govorahu Izrailjci: Videste li tog čoveka što izađe? Jer izađe da sramoti Izrailja. A ko bi ga pogubio, car bi mu dao silno blago, i kćer svoju dao bi mu; i oslobodio bi dom oca njegovog u Izrailju.

26 Tada reče David ljudima koji stajahu oko njega govoreći: Šta će se učiniti čoveku koji pogubi tog Filistejina i skine sramotu s Izrailja? Jer ko je taj Filistejin neobrezani da sramoti vojsku Boga Živog?

27 A narod mu odgovori iste reči govoreći: To će se učiniti onome ko ga pogubi.

28 A kad ču Elijav brat njegov najstariji kako se razgovara s tim ljudima, razljuti se Elijav na Davida, i reče mu: Što si došao? I na kome si ostavio ono malo ovaca u pustinji? Znam ja obest tvoju i zloću srca tvog; došao si da vidiš boj.

29 A David reče: Šta sam sad učinio? Zapoveđeno mi je.

30 Potom okrenu se od njega k drugom i zapita kao pre; i narod mu odgovori kao pre.

31 I kad čuše reči koje govoraše David, javiše ih Saulu, a on ga dozva k sebi.

32 I David reče Saulu: Neka se niko ne plaši od onog; sluga će tvoj izaći i biće se s Filistejinom.

33 A Saul reče Davidu: Ne možeš ti ići na Filistejina da se biješ s njim, jer si ti dete a on je vojnik od mladosti svoje.

34 A David reče Saulu: Sluga je tvoj pasao ovce oca svog; pa kad dođe lav ili medved i odnese ovcu iz stada,

35 Ja potrčah za njim, i udarih ga i oteh mu iz čeljusti; i kad bi skočio na me; uhvatih ga za grlo, te ga bih i ubih.

36 I lava i medveda ubijao je tvoj sluga, pa će i taj Filistejin neobrezani proći kao oni; jer osramoti vojsku Boga Živog.

37 Još reče David: Gospod koji me je sačuvao od lava i medveda, On će me sačuvati i od ovog Filistejina. Tada reče Saul Davidu: Idi, i Gospod neka bude s tobom.

38 I Saul dade Davidu svoje oružje, i metnu mu na glavu kapu svoju od bronze i metnu oklop na nj.

39 I pripasa David mač njegov preko svog odela i pođe, ali ne beše navikao, pa reče David Saulu: Ne mogu ići s tim, jer nisam navikao. Pa skide David sa sebe.

40 I uze štap svoj u ruku, i izabra na potoku pet glatkih kamena i metnu ih u torbu pastirsku, koju imaše, i uze praću svoju u ruku, i tako pođe ka Filistejinu.

41 A i Filistejin iđaše sve bliže k Davidu, a čovek koji mu nošaše oružje, iđaše pred njim.

42 A kad Filistejin pogleda i vide Davida, podsmehnu mu se, što beše mlad i smeđ i lepog lica.

43 I reče Filistejin Davidu: Eda li sam pseto, te ideš na me sa štapom? I proklinjaše Filistejin Davida bogovima svojim.

44 I reče Filistejin Davidu: Hodi k meni da dam telo tvoje pticama nebeskim i zverima zemaljskim.

45 A David reče Filistejinu: Ti ideš na me s mačem i s kopljem i sa štitom; a ja idem na te u ime Gospoda nad vojskama, Boga vojske Izrailjeve, kog si ružio.

46 Danas će te Gospod dati meni u ruke, i ubiću te, i skinuću glavu s tebe, i daću Danas telesa vojske filistejske pticama nebeskim i zverima zemaljskim, i poznaće sva zemlja da je Bog u Izrailju.

47 I znaće sav ovaj zbor da Gospod ne spasava mačem ni kopljem, jer je rat Gospodnji, zato će vas dati nama u ruke.

48 A kad se Filistejin podiže i dođe bliže k Davidu, David brže istrča na bojište pred Filistejina.

49 I David turi ruku svoju u torbu svoju, i izvadi iz nje kamen, i baci ga iz praće, i pogodi Filistejina u čelo i uđe mu kamen u čelo, te pade ničice na zemlju.

50 Tako David praćom i kamenom nadjača Filistejina, i udari Filistejina i ubi ga; a nemaše David mača u ruci.

51 I pritrčavši David stade na Filistejina, i zgrabi mač njegov i izvuče ga iz korica i pogubi ga i odseče mu glavu. A Filisteji kad videše gde pogibe junak njihov pobegoše.

52 A Izrailjci i Judejci ustaše i povikaše i poteraše Filisteje do doline i do vrata akaronskih; i padaše pobijeni Filisteji po putu sarajimskom do Gata i do Akarona.

53 Potom se vratiše sinovi Izrailjevi teravši Filisteje, i opleniše logor njihov.

54 A David uze glavu Filistejinovu, i odnese je u Jerusalim, a oružje njegovo ostavi u svojoj kolibi.

55 A kad Saul vide Davida gde ide pred Filistejina, reče Aveniru vojvodi: Čiji je sin taj mladić, Avenire? A Avenir reče: Kako je živa duša tvoja care, ne znam.

56 A car reče: Pitaj čiji je sin taj mladić.

57 A kad se vrati David pogubivši Filistejina, uze ga Avenir i izvede ga pred Saula, a u ruci mu beše glava Filistejinova.

58 I Saul reče mu: Čiji si sin, dete? A David reče: Ja sam sin sluge tvog Jeseja Vitlejemca.

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Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1197, 4013, 4462, 4594, 9251

Apocalypse Revealed 573, 578

Doctrine of Faith 51, 52

True Christian Religion 276


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 449, 781, 787

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