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2 Samuel 4

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1 Kuin Saulin poika kuuli Abnerin kuolleeksi Hebronissa, väsyivät hänen kätensä, ja koko Israel hämmästyi.

2 Ja Saulin pojalla oli kaksi sotaväen päämiestä, toisen nimi oli Baana ja toisen Rekab, Rimmonin Berotilaisen pojat, BenJaminin lapsista; sillä Berot oli myös luettu BenJaminin sukukuntaan.

3 Ja Berotilaiset olivat paenneet Gittaimiin, ja olivat siellä muukalaisina tähän päivään asti.

4 Oli myös Jonatanilla Saulin pojalla yksi poika, joka oli saattamatoin jaloista, ja oli jo viiden ajastaikainen, kuin sanoma Saulista ja Jonatanista tuli Jisreelistä; ja hänen imettäjänsä otti hänen ja pakeni. Ja koska hän kiiruusti pakeni, lankesi hän ja tuli saattamattomaksi, ja hänen nimensä oli MephiBoset.

5 Niin menivät Berotilaisen Rimmonin pojat Rekab ja Baana, ja tulivat Isbosetin huoneesen, kuin päivä oli palavimmallansa; ja hän lepäsi vuoteessansa puolipäivän aikana.

6 Ja he tulivat keskelle huonetta nisuja ottamaan ja pistivät häntä vatsaan; ja Rekab ja Baana hänen veljensä pakenivat;

7 Sillä koska he huoneesen tulivat, lepäsi hän vuoteessansa, makaushuoneessansa. Ja he pistivät hänen kuoliaaksi, ja hakkasivat hänen päänsä pois, ja ottivat hänen päänsä ja menivät pois lakian kedon tien kautta koko sen yön,

8 Ja toivat Isbosetin pään Davidille, joka oli Hebronissa, ja sanoivat kuninkaalle: katso, tässä on Isbosetin Saulin pojan pää, sinun vihollises, joka sinun sielus perään seisoi: ja Herra on tänäpänä kostanut Saulille ja hänen siemenellensä herrani kuninkaan puolesta.

9 Niin vastasi David Rekabia ja Baanaa, hänen veljeänsä, Rimmnonin Berotilaisen poikia, ja sanoi heille: niin totta kuin Herra elää, joka minun sieluni on vapahtanut kaikesta surusta;

10 Sen joka minulle ilmoitti ja sanoi: Saul on kuollut, ja luuli itsensä hyväksi sanansaattajaksi, sen minä otin kiinni ja tapoin Ziklagissa, jolle minun piti antaman sanansaattajan palkan;

11 Ja nämät jumalattomat miehet ovat tappaneet hurskaan miehen huoneessansa ja omassa vuoteessansa: eikö siis minun pitäisi nyt vaatiman hänen vertansa teidän kädestänne ja ottaman teitä pois maan päältä?

12 Ja David käski nuorukaisiansa, ja he tappoivat heidät, ja hakkasivat kädet ja jalat poikki, ja ripustivat heidät lammikon tykö Hebronissa. Mutta Isbosetin pään he ottivat ja hautasivat Abnerin hautaan Hebroniin.

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David      

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David the King

David is one of the most significant figures in the Bible. He was a musician, one of history’s greatest poets, the boy warrior who killed the giant Goliath, a devout servant of God, a great leader of men and ultimately Israel’s greatest king. His stories cover the second half of the First Book of Samuel and all of the Second Book of Samuel, and his legacy was such that Jesus himself was born in the “City of David” to fulfill prophecies.

For all that, David the man was not perfect. Most notoriously, he ordered his soldiers to make sure one of their comrades was killed in battle because he had seen the man’s wife bathing and wanted her as his own. He was also willing to actually ally with the Philistines for a time, while his predecessor Saul was still king.

But in spiritual terms, David’s meaning matches his reputation: He represents the Lord, and especially the Lord as we are able to know Him and understand Him. The Writings call this “divine truth,” and it can be our ultimate guide if we want to serve the Lord and make His desires our own.

This representation makes sense if we look at following the Lord as a whole picture. There are essentially two elements. First, we need to accept the Lord, believe in Him, open our hearts to Him, worship Him. These are matters of affection, and related to the Lord’s divine goodness. And they are generally represented by priests, who lead worship and perform rituals. Second, we need to act in accord with the Lord’s wishes: We need to serve others, care for those in need, defend the defenseless and work to make life and society better for everyone. These actions require thought, judgment, design, and are thus related to Lord’s divine truth, or divine guidance. They are generally represented by kings, who are men of action and are responsible for the activity of their nations. As the greatest of the kings, David represents this truth in its greatest form.

(Odkazy: Apocalypse Revealed 266; Arcana Coelestia 1888; The Apocalypse Explained 205)


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