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597nevi’im 2 SAMUEL  2.27 ever? knowest thou not that it will be bitterness in the end? how long shall it be then, ere thou bid the people return from following their brethren?’ [ 27] And Joab said: ‘ As God liveth, if thou hadst not spoken, surely then only after the morning the people had gone away, every one from following his brother.’ [ 28] So Joab blew the horn, and all the people stood still, and pursued after Israel no more, neither fought they any more. [ 29] And Abner and his men went all that night through the Arabah; and they passed over the Jordan, and went through all Bithron, and came to Mahanaim. [ 30] And Joab returned from following Abner; and when he had gathered all the people together, there lacked of David’s servants nineteen men and Asahel. [ 31] But the servants of David had smitten of Benjamin, even of Abner’s men— three hundred and three- score men died. [ 32] And they took up Asahel, and buried him in the sepulchre of his father, which was in Beth-lehem. And Joab and his men went all night, and the day broke upon them at Hebron. 3 Now there was long war between the house of Saul and the house of David; and David waxed stronger and stronger, but the house of Saul waxed weaker and weaker. [ 2] And unto David were sons born in Hebron; and his first- born was Amnon, of Ahinoam the Jezreelitess; [ 3] and his second, Chileab, of Abigail the wife of Nabal the Carmelite; and the third, Absalom the son of Maacah the daughter of Talmai king of Geshur; [ 4] and the fourth, Adonijah the son of Haggith; and the fifth, Shephatiah the son of Abital; [ 5] and the sixth, Ithream, of Eglah David’s wife. These were born to David in Hebron. [ 6] And it came to pass, while there was war between the house of Saul and the house of David, that Abner showed himself strong in the house of Saul. [ 7] Now Saul had a concubine, whose name was Rizpah, the daughter of Aiah; and [ Ish- bosheth] said to Abner: ‘ Wherefore hast thou gone in unto my father’s concubine?’ 2 · χ ÂÓ ˘ Ìȇ  È ·  597 - Èk « ¦ ‰ z ¨ Ú § „ ½ © È ¨ ‡ BÏ ´ ‰ £ · ¯ ¤ Á¤ ½ ÏÎ © ‡ Ÿz ´ ÆÁ ˆ ©  ¤ Æ Ï ¨ ‰ £ -‡ ŸÏ « ÆÈ ˙ © Ó ¨ - „ Ú ©  § ‰ ®  ¨ B ¯ Á£ ‡ © a ¨ ‰− Ȥ‰ § ˙ ¦ ‰ ¯ ¬ ¨ Ó ¨ : ̉ « ¤ ÈÁ¥ ‡£ È ¯ ¬ ¥ Á£ ‡ © Ó¥ · eL− Ï ¨ ÌÚ ¨ ½ Ï ¨ ¯ Ó ´ © ‡ Ÿ ˙ ‡ Ï−¥ eÏ È ¬ k ¦ Ìȉ ¦ ½ ŸÏ‡¡ ‰ « ¨ ÈÁ © μ · ‡ ¨ ½ BÈ ¯ Ó¤ ‡ Ÿi ´  © 27 Lȇ− ¦ ÌÚ ¨ ½ ‰ ¨ ‰ Ï ´ ¨ Ú£  © Æ ¯ ˜ ¤ ŸaÆ ‰ © Ó « ¥ ʇ ³ ¨ Èk ´ ¦ z ¨ ¯ § ® a © c ¦ ¯ Ù ¨ ½ BMa © Æ · ‡ ¨ BÈ Ú ˜ ³ © ˙ § i ¦  © 28 : ÂÈÁ « ¦ ‡ ¨ È ¯ ¬ ¥ Á£ ‡ © Ó¥ È ¯ ´ ¥ Á£ ‡ © „ BÚ− eÙ ¬ c § ¯ § È ¦ - ‡ ŸÏ «  § ÌÚ ¨ ½ ‰ ¨ - Ïk ¨ Æe„ Ó § Ú © i « ©  © ¯ ´  ¥ · § ‡ ©  § 29 : ÌÁ « ¥ l ¨ ‰ ¦ Ï § „ BÚ− eÙ ¬ Ò § È ¨ - ‡ ŸÏ «  § χ ® ¥ ¯ ¨ N § È ¦ ‡ e‰ ® ‰ © ‰ Ï ¨ È § l ´ © ‰ © ÏŸk− ‰ · ¨ ½ ¯ ¨ Ú£ a « ¨ ÆeÎÏ § ‰ « ¨ ÂÈL ¨ À  ¨ ‡ £  « © ÔB ¯ ½ ˙ § a ¦ ‰ © - Ïk ¨ ÆeÎÏ § i « ¥  © ÔcÀ¥ ¯ § i © ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ e ¯ ´ · § Ú © i ©  © ¯  ¥ ½ · § ‡ © È ¯ ´ ¥ Á£ ‡ © Ó¥ · L ¨ μ · ‡ ¨ À BÈ § 30 : ÌÈ ¦ «  ¨ Á£ Ó © e‡ Ÿ · − i ¨  © „  ² ¦ „ ¨ È„ ¬ ¥ · § Ú © Ó¥ e„ ¹ ˜ § t ¨ ¸ i ¦  © Ì ® Ú ¨ ‰ ¨ - Ïk ¨ - ˙ ‡ ¤ ץŸa− ˜ § i ¦  © È„ ´ ¥ · § Ú ©  § 31 : χ « ¥ -‰ N ¨ Ú£  © Lȇ− ¦ ¯ N ¬ ¨ Ú ¨ - ‰ Ú « ¨ L § z ¦ - LŸÏL § ¯ ®  ¥ · § ‡ © ÈL−¥  § ‡ © · § e ÔÓ ½ ¦ È ¨  § a ¦ Ó ¦ Æek‰ ¦ „ ÂÀ ¦ „ ¨ - ˙ ‡ ¤ Æe‡ N § i ¦  © 32 : e ˙ Ó « ¥ Lȇ− ¦ ÌÈM ² ¦ L ¦  § ˙ B‡ ¯ Ó¥ ˙ È ´ a¥ ¯ L−¤ ‡£ ÂÈ · ½ ¦ ‡ ¨ ¯ · ¤ ˜ ´ ¤ a § Æe‰ ¯ Æ ª a § ˜ § i ¦  « © χ¥ ½ ‰ N ¨ Ú£ ¯ Ÿ‡ ¬ i¥  © ÂÈL ¨ ½  ¨ ‡ £  « © Æ · ‡ ¨ BÈ ‰ Ï ¨ È § l © À ‰ © - ÏÎ ¨ eÎ ´ Ï § i¥  © ÌÁ¤ ® Ï ¨ Ɖ Ó ¨ Á ¨ Ï § n ¦ ‰ © ȉ ³ ¦ z §  © 3 : ÔB ¯ « · § Á¤ a § ̉−¤ Ï ¨ Æ„  ¦ „ ¨  § „  ® ¦ c ¨ ˙ È ´ a¥ ÔÈ · − ¥ e Ïe‡ ½ L ¨ ˙ È ´ a¥ ÔÈa¥ μ ‰ k ¨ ½ ¯ ª ‡ £ ÌÈ ¬ Î ¦ Ï § Ÿ‰ Ïe‡− L ¨ ˙ È ¬ · ¥ e ˜ Ê¥ ½ Á ¨  § C ´ Ï¥ Ÿ‰ ÌÈ−  ¦ a ¨ „  ² ¦ „ ¨ Ï § e„ ¯ Ï § e ¨ i ¦  © „ ÏÈ 2 Ò : ÌÈl « ¦ „ ©  § ÌÚ © Ÿ  − ÈÁ ¦ ‡ £ Ï © ÔB  ½ Ó § ‡ © ÆB ¯ BÎ · § ȉ ³ ¦ È §  © ÔB ¯ ® · § Á¤ a § · ‡ ¨ ½ Ï § Î ¦ e‰ ´  ¥ L § Ó ¦ e 3 : ˙ Ï « ¦ ‡ Ú¥ ¯ § Ê § i ¦ ‰ © ÈÏ ® ¦ Ó § ¯ § k © ‰ « © Ï ´ · ¨  ¨ ˙ L¤ ‡−¥ ÏÈ ¦ ‚ © ¾ È · ¦ ‡ £ Ï © Ï‚ È · ‡ Ï ÈÓ− © Ï § z © - ˙ a © ‰ Î ¨ ½ Ú£ Ó © - Ôa « ¤ ÌBÏ ´ L ¨ · § ‡ © ÆÈL ¦ Ï ¦ M § ‰ ©  § ˙ È ® b ¦ Á © - Ô · ¤ ‰ ´ i ¨  ¦ Ÿ„‡£ ÈÚ− ¦ È · ¦ ¯ § ‰ ¨  § 4 : ¯ eL « b § CϤ ¬ Ó¤ ÈM ´ ¦ M ¦ ‰ ©  § 5 : ÏË « ¨ È · ¦ ‡ £ - Ô · ¤ ‰ ¬ È ¨ Ë § Ù © L § ÈL− ¦ ÈÓ ¦ Á£ ‰ ©  § „ Â− ¦ „ ¨ Ï § e„ ¬ l § È ª ‰ l¤ ² ‡ ¥ „  ® ¦ c ¨ ˙ L¤ ‡ ´ ¥ ‰ Ï− ¨ ‚ § Ú¤ Ï § ÌÚ ¨ ½ ¯ § ˙ § È ¦ Ù : ÔB ¯ « · § Á¤ a § Ïe‡ ½ L ¨ ˙ È ´ a¥ ÔÈa¥ μ ‰ Ó ¨ ½ Á ¨ Ï § n ¦ ‰ © Æ ˙ Bȉ § a « ¦ ȉ À ¦ È §  © 6 ˙ È ¬ · ¥ a § ˜ − f¥ Á © ˙ § Ó ¦ ‰ ¬ È ¨ ‰ ¨ ¯ ²  ¥ · § ‡ ©  § „  ® ¦ c ¨ ˙ È ´ a¥ ÔÈ · − ¥ e ‰ ´ t ¨ ˆ § ¯ ¦ dÓ− ¨ L § e L‚¤ Ϥ ½ t ¦ Ïe‡ ´ L ¨ Ï § e 7 : Ïe‡ « L ¨ ‰ ˙ ¨ ‡ a− ¨ Ú © ec ¬ Ó © ¯  ¥ ½ · § ‡ © - χ ¤ Æ ¯ Ó¤ ‡ ŸiÆ Â © ‰ ® i ¨ ‡ © - ˙ · ©   Book   |   Chapter Home  | TOC

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597 nevi’im 2 SAMUEL 2.27 ever? knowest thou not that it will be bitterness in the end? how long shall it be then, ere thou bid the people return from following their brethren?’ [ 27] And Joab said: ‘ As God liveth, if thou hadst not spoken, surely then only after the morning the people had gone away, every one from following his brother.’ [ 28] So Joab blew the horn, and all the people stood still, and pursued after Israel no more, neither fought they any more. [ 29] And Abner and his men went all that night through the Arabah; and they passed over the Jordan, and went through all Bithron, and came to Mahanaim. [ 30] And Joab returned from following Abner; and when he had gathered all the people together, there lacked of David’s servants nineteen men and Asahel. [ 31] But the servants of David had smitten of Benjamin, even of Abner’s men— three hundred and three- score men died. [ 32] And they took up Asahel, and buried him in the sepulchre of his father, which was in Beth-lehem. And Joab and his men went all night, and the day broke upon them at Hebron. 3 Now there was long war between the house of Saul and the house of David; and David waxed stronger and stronger, but the house of Saul waxed weaker and weaker. [ 2] And unto David were sons born in Hebron; and his first- born was Amnon, of Ahinoam the Jezreelitess; [ 3] and his second, Chileab, of Abigail the wife of Nabal the Carmelite; and the third, Absalom the son of Maacah the daughter of Talmai king of Geshur; [ 4] and the fourth, Adonijah the son of Haggith; and the fifth, Shephatiah the son of Abital; [ 5] and the sixth, Ithream, of Eglah David’s wife. These were born to David in Hebron. [ 6] And it came to pass, while there was war between the house of Saul and the house of David, that Abner showed himself strong in the house of Saul. [ 7] Now Saul had a concubine, whose name was Rizpah, the daughter of Aiah; and [ Ish- bosheth] said to Abner: ‘ Wherefore hast thou gone in unto my father’s concubine?’ 2 · χ ÂÓ ˘ Ìȇ È ·  597 - Èk « ¦ ‰ z ¨ Ú § „ ½ © È ¨ ‡ BÏ ´ ‰ £ · ¯ ¤ Á¤ ½ ÏÎ © ‡ Ÿz ´ ÆÁ ˆ ©  ¤ Æ Ï ¨ ‰ £ -‡ ŸÏ « ÆÈ ˙ © Ó ¨ - „ Ú ©  § ‰ ®  ¨ B ¯ Á£ ‡ © a ¨ ‰− Ȥ‰ § ˙ ¦ ‰ ¯ ¬ ¨ Ó ¨ : ̉ « ¤ ÈÁ¥ ‡£ È ¯ ¬ ¥ Á£ ‡ © Ó¥ · eL− Ï ¨ ÌÚ ¨ ½ Ï ¨ ¯ Ó ´ © ‡ Ÿ ˙ ‡ Ï−¥ eÏ È ¬ k ¦ Ìȉ ¦ ½ ŸÏ‡¡ ‰ « ¨ ÈÁ © μ · ‡ ¨ ½ BÈ ¯ Ó¤ ‡ Ÿi ´  © 27 Lȇ− ¦ ÌÚ ¨ ½ ‰ ¨ ‰ Ï ´ ¨ Ú£  © Æ ¯ ˜ ¤ ŸaÆ ‰ © Ó « ¥ ʇ ³ ¨ Èk ´ ¦ z ¨ ¯ § ® a © c ¦ ¯ Ù ¨ ½ BMa © Æ · ‡ ¨ BÈ Ú ˜ ³ © ˙ § i ¦  © 28 : ÂÈÁ « ¦ ‡ ¨ È ¯ ¬ ¥ Á£ ‡ © Ó¥ È ¯ ´ ¥ Á£ ‡ © „ BÚ− eÙ ¬ c § ¯ § È ¦ - ‡ ŸÏ «  § ÌÚ ¨ ½ ‰ ¨ - Ïk ¨ Æe„ Ó § Ú © i « ©  © ¯ ´  ¥ · § ‡ ©  § 29 : ÌÁ « ¥ l ¨ ‰ ¦ Ï § „ BÚ− eÙ ¬ Ò § È ¨ - ‡ ŸÏ «  § χ ® ¥ ¯ ¨ N § È ¦ ‡ e‰ ® ‰ © ‰ Ï ¨ È § l ´ © ‰ © ÏŸk− ‰ · ¨ ½ ¯ ¨ Ú£ a « ¨ ÆeÎÏ § ‰ « ¨ ÂÈL ¨ À  ¨ ‡ £  « © ÔB ¯ ½ ˙ § a ¦ ‰ © - Ïk ¨ ÆeÎÏ § i « ¥  © ÔcÀ¥ ¯ § i © ‰ © - ˙ ‡ ¤ e ¯ ´ · § Ú © i ©  © ¯  ¥ ½ · § ‡ © È ¯ ´ ¥ Á£ ‡ © Ó¥ · L ¨ μ · ‡ ¨ À BÈ § 30 : ÌÈ ¦ «  ¨ Á£ Ó © e‡ Ÿ · − i ¨  © „  ² ¦ „ ¨ È„ ¬ ¥ · § Ú © Ó¥ e„ ¹ ˜ § t ¨ ¸ i ¦  © Ì ® Ú ¨ ‰ ¨ - Ïk ¨ - ˙ ‡ ¤ ץŸa− ˜ § i ¦  © È„ ´ ¥ · § Ú ©  § 31 : χ « ¥ -‰ N ¨ Ú£  © Lȇ− ¦ ¯ N ¬ ¨ Ú ¨ - ‰ Ú « ¨ L § z ¦ - LŸÏL § ¯ ®  ¥ · § ‡ © ÈL−¥  § ‡ © · § e ÔÓ ½ ¦ È ¨  § a ¦ Ó ¦ Æek‰ ¦ „ ÂÀ ¦ „ ¨ - ˙ ‡ ¤ Æe‡ N § i ¦  © 32 : e ˙ Ó « ¥ Lȇ− ¦ ÌÈM ² ¦ L ¦  § ˙ B‡ ¯ Ó¥ ˙ È ´ a¥ ¯ L−¤ ‡£ ÂÈ · ½ ¦ ‡ ¨ ¯ · ¤ ˜ ´ ¤ a § Æe‰ ¯ Æ ª a § ˜ § i ¦  « © χ¥ ½ ‰ N ¨ Ú£ ¯ Ÿ‡ ¬ i¥  © ÂÈL ¨ ½  ¨ ‡ £  « © Æ · ‡ ¨ BÈ ‰ Ï ¨ È § l © À ‰ © - ÏÎ ¨ eÎ ´ Ï § i¥  © ÌÁ¤ ® Ï ¨ Ɖ Ó ¨ Á ¨ Ï § n ¦ ‰ © ȉ ³ ¦ z §  © 3 : ÔB ¯ « · § Á¤ a § ̉−¤ Ï ¨ Æ„  ¦ „ ¨  § „  ® ¦ c ¨ ˙ È ´ a¥ ÔÈ · − ¥ e Ïe‡ ½ L ¨ ˙ È ´ a¥ ÔÈa¥ μ ‰ k ¨ ½ ¯ ª ‡ £ ÌÈ ¬ Î ¦ Ï § Ÿ‰ Ïe‡− L ¨ ˙ È ¬ · ¥ e ˜ Ê¥ ½ Á ¨  § C ´ Ï¥ Ÿ‰ ÌÈ−  ¦ a ¨ „  ² ¦ „ ¨ Ï § e„ ¯ Ï § e ¨ i ¦  © „ ÏÈ 2 Ò : ÌÈl « ¦ „ ©  § ÌÚ © Ÿ  − ÈÁ ¦ ‡ £ Ï © ÔB  ½ Ó § ‡ © ÆB ¯ BÎ · § ȉ ³ ¦ È §  © ÔB ¯ ® · § Á¤ a § · ‡ ¨ ½ Ï § Î ¦ e‰ ´  ¥ L § Ó ¦ e 3 : ˙ Ï « ¦ ‡ Ú¥ ¯ § Ê § i ¦ ‰ © ÈÏ ® ¦ Ó § ¯ § k © ‰ « © Ï ´ · ¨  ¨ ˙ L¤ ‡−¥ ÏÈ ¦ ‚ © ¾ È · ¦ ‡ £ Ï © Ï‚ È · ‡ Ï ÈÓ− © Ï § z © - ˙ a © ‰ Î ¨ ½ Ú£ Ó © - Ôa « ¤ ÌBÏ ´ L ¨ · § ‡ © ÆÈL ¦ Ï ¦ M § ‰ ©  § ˙ È ® b ¦ Á © - Ô · ¤ ‰ ´ i ¨  ¦ Ÿ„‡£ ÈÚ− ¦ È · ¦ ¯ § ‰ ¨  § 4 : ¯ eL « b § CϤ ¬ Ó¤ ÈM ´ ¦ M ¦ ‰ ©  § 5 : ÏË « ¨ È · ¦ ‡ £ - Ô · ¤ ‰ ¬ È ¨ Ë § Ù © L § ÈL− ¦ ÈÓ ¦ Á£ ‰ ©  § „ Â− ¦ „ ¨ Ï § e„ ¬ l § È ª ‰ l¤ ² ‡ ¥ „  ® ¦ c ¨ ˙ L¤ ‡ ´ ¥ ‰ Ï− ¨ ‚ § Ú¤ Ï § ÌÚ ¨ ½ ¯ § ˙ § È ¦ Ù : ÔB ¯ « · § Á¤ a § Ïe‡ ½ L ¨ ˙ È ´ a¥ ÔÈa¥ μ ‰ Ó ¨ ½ Á ¨ Ï § n ¦ ‰ © Æ ˙ Bȉ § a « ¦ ȉ À ¦ È §  © 6 ˙ È ¬ · ¥ a § ˜ − f¥ Á © ˙ § Ó ¦ ‰ ¬ È ¨ ‰ ¨ ¯ ²  ¥ · § ‡ ©  § „  ® ¦ c ¨ ˙ È ´ a¥ ÔÈ · − ¥ e ‰ ´ t ¨ ˆ § ¯ ¦ dÓ− ¨ L § e L‚¤ Ϥ ½ t ¦ Ïe‡ ´ L ¨ Ï § e 7 : Ïe‡ « L ¨ ‰ ˙ ¨ ‡ a− ¨ Ú © ec ¬ Ó © ¯  ¥ ½ · § ‡ © - χ ¤ Æ ¯ Ó¤ ‡ ŸiÆ Â © ‰ ® i ¨ ‡ © - ˙ · © < < Book >> | << Chapter >> Home | TOC
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