2 Samuel 8

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1 DESPUÉS de esto aconteció, que David hirió á los Filisteos, y los humilló: y tomó David á Methegamma de mano de los Filisteos.

2 Hirió también á los de Moab, y midiólos con cordel, haciéndolos echar por tierra; y midió con dos cordeles para muerte, y un cordel entero para vida; y fueron los Moabitas siervos debajo de tributo.

3 Asimismo hirió David á Hadad-ezer hijo de Rehob, rey de Soba, yendo él á extender su término hasta el río de Eufrates.

4 Y tomó David de ellos mil y setecientos de á caballo, y veinte mil hombres de á pie; y desjarretó David los caballos de todos los carros, excepto cien carros de ellos que dejó.

5 Y vinieron los Siros de Damasco á dar ayuda á Hadad-ezer rey de Soba; y David hirió de los Siros veinte y dos mil hombres.

6 Puso luego David guarnición en Siria la de Damasco, y fueron los Siros siervos de David sujetos á tributo. Y Jehová guardó á David donde quiere que fué.

7 Y tomó David los escudos de oro que traían los siervos de Hadad-ezer, y llevólos á Jerusalem.

8 Asimismo de Beta y de Beeroth, ciudades de Hadad-ezer, tomó el rey David gran copia de metal.

9 Entonces oyendo Toi, rey de Hamath, que David había herido todo el ejército de Hadad-ezer,

10 Envió Toi á Joram su hijo al rey David, á saludarle pacíficamente y á bendecirle, porque había peleado con Hadad-ezer y lo había vencido: porque Toi era enemigo de Hadad-ezer. Y Joram llevaba en su mano vasos de plata, y vasos de oro, y de metal;

11 Los cuales el rey David dedicó á Jehová, con la plata y el oro que tenía dedicado de todas las naciones que había sometido:

12 De los Siros, de los Moabitas, de los Ammonitas, de los Filisteos, de los Amalecitas, y del despojo de Hadad-ezer hijo de Rehob, rey de Soba.

13 Y ganó David fama cuando, volviendo de la rota de los Siros, hirió diez y ocho mil hombres en el valle de la sal.

14 Y puso guarnición en Edom, por toda Edom puso guarnición; y todos los Idumeos fueron siervos de David. Y Jehová guardó á David por donde quiera que fué.

15 Y reinó David sobre todo Israel; y hacía David derecho y justicia á todo su pueblo.

16 Y Joab hijo de Sarvia era general de su ejército; y Josaphat hijo de Ahilud, canciller;

17 Y Sadoc hijo de Ahitud, y Ahimelech hijo de Abiathar, eran sacerdotes; y Seraía era escriba;

18 Y Benahía hijo de Joiada, era sobre los Ceretheos y Peletheos; y los hijos de David eran los príncipes.

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