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15 LIBER SAMUHELIS I 1 Kings - Wycliffe Bible(14c) 1 Kings - Douay Rheims(17c) Reference

1 Et dixit Samuel ad Saul: Me misit Dominus ut ungerem te in regem super populum ejus Israël: nunc ergo audi vocem Domini. And Samuel seide to Saul, The Lord sente me, that Y schulde anoynte thee in to kyng on his puple Israel; now therfor here thou the vois of the Lord. And Samuel said to Saul: The Lord sent me to anoint thee king over his People Israel: now therefore hearken thou unto the voice of the Lord: Saul rejected. 1Sm.15.1-35
2 Hæc dicit Dominus exercituum: Recensui quæcumque fecit Amalec Israëli: quomodo restitit ei in via cum ascenderet de Ægypto. The Lord of oostis seith thes thingis, Y haue rikenyd what euer thingis Amalech dide to Israel; hou Amalech ayenstood Israel in the weie, whanne he stiede from Egipt. Thus saith the Lord of hosts: I have reckoned up all that Amalec hath done to Israel: I how he opposed them in the way when they came up out of Egypt.  
3 Nunc ergo vade, et percute Amalec, et demolire universa ejus: non parcas ei, et non concupiscas ex rebus ipsius aliquid, sed interfice a viro usque ad mulierem, et parvulum atque lactentem, bovem et ovem, camelum et asinum. Now therfor go thou, and sle Amalech, and distruye thou alle thingis of hym; spare thou not hym, and coueyte thou not ony thing of hise thingis; but sle thou fro man til to womman, and a litil child, and soukynge, an oxe, and scheep, and camel, and asse. Now therefore go, and smite Amalec, and utterly destroy all that he hath: spare him not, nor covet any thing that is his: but slay both man and woman, child and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass.  
4 Præcepit itaque Saul populo, et recensuit eos quasi agnos: ducenta millia peditum, et decem millia virorum Juda. Therfor Saul comaundide to the puple, and he noumbride hem as lambren twei hundrid thousynde of foot men, and ten thousynde of men of Juda. So Saul commanded the people, and numbered them as lambs: two hundred thousand footmen, and ten thousand of the men of Juda.  
5 Cumque venisset Saul usque ad civitatem Amalec, tetendit insidias in torrente. And whanne Saul cam to the citee of Amalech, he made redi buyschementis in the stronde. And when Saul was come to the city of Amalec, he laid ambushes in the torrent.  
6 Dixitque Saul Cinæo : Abite, recedite, atque descendite ab Amalec : ne forte involvam te cum eo : tu enim fecisti misericordiam cum omnibus filiis Israël, cum ascenderent de Ægypto. Et recessit Cinæus de medio Amalec. And Saul seide to Cyney, Go ye, departe ye, and go ye awei fro Amalech, lest perauenture Y wlappe thee in with hem; for thou didist mercy with alle the sones of Israel, whanne thei stieden fro Egipt. And Cyney departide fro the myddis of Amalech. And Saul said to the Cinite: Go, depart and get ye down from Amalec: lest I destroy thee with him. For thou hast shewn kindness to all the children of Israel, when they came up out of Egypt. And the Cinite departed from the midst of Amalec.  
7 Percussitque Saul Amalec ab Hevila donec venias ad Sur, quæ est e regione Ægypti. And Saul smoot Amalech fro Euila, til thou come to Sur, which is ayens Egipt. And Saul smote Amalec from Hevila, until thou comest to Sur, which is over against Egypt.  
8 Et apprehendit Agag regem Amalec vivum: omne autem vulgus interfecit in ore gladii. And he took Agag quyke, the kyng of Amalech; sotheli he killide bi the scharpnesse of swerd alle the comyn puple. And he took Agag the king of Amalec alive: but all the common people he slew with the edge of the sword.  
9 Et pepercit Saul et populus Agag, et optimis gregibus ovium et armentorum, et vestibus et arietibus, et universis quæ pulchra erant, nec voluerunt disperdere ea: quidquid vero vile fuit et reprobum, hoc demoliti sunt. And Saul and the puple sparide Agag, and the beste flockis of scheep, and of grete beestis, and clothis, and rammes, and alle thingis that weren faire; and thei nolden destrie tho; sotheli what euer thing was vijl, and repreuable, thei distrieden this. And Saul and the people spared Agag and the best of the flocks of sheep and of the herds, and the garments and the rams, and all that was beautiful, and would not destroy them: but every thing that was vile and good for nothing, that they destroyed.  
10 Factum est autem verbum Domini ad Samuel, dicens: Forsothe the word of the Lord was maad to Samuel, And the word of the Lord came to Samuel, saying:  
11 Pœnitet me quod constituerim Saul regem: quia dereliquit me, et verba mea opere non implevit. Contristatusque est Samuel, et clamavit ad Dominum tota nocte. and seide, It repentith me, that Y made Saul kyng; for he forsook me, and fillide not my wordis in werk. And Samuel was sory, and he criede to the Lord in al the nyyt. It repenteth me that I have made Saul king: for he hath forsaken me, and hath not executed my commandments. And Samuel was grieved, and he cried unto the Lord all night.  
12 Cumque de nocte surrexisset Samuel, ut iret ad Saul mane, nuntiatum est Samueli, eo quod venisset Saul in Carmelum, et erexisset sibi fornicem triumphalem, et reversus transisset, descendissetque in Galgala. Venit ergo Samuel ad Saul, et Saul offerebat holocaustum Domino de initiis prædarum quæ attulerat ex Amalec. And whanne Samuel hadde rise bi nyyt to go eerly to Saul, it was teld to Samuel, that Saul hadde come in to Carmel, and hadde reisid to hym a signe of victorye; and that he hadde turned ayen, and hadde passid, and hadde go doun in to Galgala. Therfor Samuel cam to Saul, and Saul offride brent sacrifice to the Lord of the cheef thingis of preies, whiche he hadde brouyt fro Amalech. And when Samuel rose early, to go to Saul in the morning, it was told Samuel, that Saul was come to Carmel, and had erected for himself a triumphant arch, and returning had passed on, and gone down to Galgal. And Samuel came to Saul, and Saul was offering a holocaust to the Lord out of the choicest of the spoils which he had brought from Amalec.  
13 Et cum venisset Samuel ad Saul, dixit ei Saul: Benedictus tu Domino: implevi verbum Domini. And the while Samuel cam to Saul, Saul seide to hym, Blessid be thou of the Lord, Y haue fillid the word of the Lord. And when Samuel was come to Saul, Saul said to him: Blessed be thou of the Lord, I have fulfilled the word of the Lord.  
14 Dixitque Samuel: Et quæ est hæc vox gregum, quæ resonat in auribus meis, et armentorum, quam ego audio? And Samuel seide, And what is the vois of flockis, that sowneth in myn eeris, and of grete beestis, whiche Y here? And Samuel said: What meaneth then this bleating of the flocks, which soundeth in my ears, and the lowing of the herds, which I hear?  
15 Et ait Saul: De Amalec adduxerunt ea: pepercit enim populus melioribus ovibus et armentis ut immolarentur Domino Deo tuo, reliqua vero occidimus. And Saul seide, Thei brouyten tho fro Amalech, for the puple sparide the betere scheep and grete beestis, that tho schulden be offrid to thi Lord God; sotheli we killiden the tothere beestis. And Saul said: They have brought them from Amalec: for the people spared the best of the sheep and of the herds that they might be sacrificed to the Lord thy God, but the rest we have slain.  
16 Ait autem Samuel ad Saul: Sine me, et indicabo tibi quæ locutus sit Dominus ad me nocte. Dixitque ei: Loquere. Forsothe Samuel seide to Saul, Suffre thou me, and Y schal schewe to thee what thingis the Lord spak to me in the nyyt. And he seide to Samuel, Speke thou. And Samuel said to Saul: Suffer me, and I will tell thee what the Lord hath said to me this night. And he said to him: Speak.  
17 Et ait Samuel: Nonne cum parvulus esses in oculis tuis, caput in tribubus Israël factus es? unxitque te Dominus in regem super Israël, And Samuel seide, Whether not, whanne thou were litil in thin iyen, thou were maade heed in the lynages of Israel, and the Lord anoyntide thee in to kyng on Israel; And Samuel said: When thou wast a little one in thy own eyes, wast thou not made the head of the tribes of Israel? And the Lord anointed thee to be king over Israel.  
18 et misit te Dominus in viam, et ait: Vade, et interfice peccatores Amalec, et pugnabis contra eos usque ad internecionem eorum? and the Lord sente thee in to the weie, and seide, Go thou, and sle the synneris of Amalech, and thou schalt fiyte ayens hem til to sleyng of hem. And the Lord sent thee on the way, and said: Go, and kill the sinners of Amalec, and thou shalt fight against them until thou hast utterly destroyed them.  
19 Quare ergo non audisti vocem Domini: sed versus ad prædam es, et fecisti malum in oculis Domini? Whi therfor herdist thou not the vois of the Lord, but thou were turned to prey, and didist yuel in the iyen of the Lord? Why then didst thou not hearken to the voice of the Lord: but hast turned to the prey, and hast done evil in the eyes of the Lord.  
20 Et ait Saul ad Samuelem: Immo audivi vocem Domini, et ambulavi in via per quam misit me Dominus, et adduxi Agag regem Amalec, et Amalec interfeci. And Saul seide to Samuel, Yhis, Y herde the vois of the Lord, and Y yede in the weie, bi which the Lord sente me, and Y haue brouyt Agag, the kyng of Amalech, and Y killide Amalech. And Saul said to Samuel: Yea I have hearkened to the voice of the Lord, and have walked in the way by which the Lord sent me, and have brought Agag the king of Amalec, and Amalec I have slain.  
21 Tulit autem de præda populus oves et boves, primitias eorum quæ cæsa sunt, ut immolet Domino Deo suo in Galgalis. Forsothe the puple took of the prey, scheep and oxun, the firste fruytis of tho thingis, that ben slayn, that thei make sacrifice to her Lord God in Galgalis. But the people took of the spoils sheep and oxen, as the firstfruits of those things that were slain, to offer sacrifice to the Lord their God in Galgal.  
22 Et ait Samuel:
Numquid vult Dominus holocausta et victimas, et non potius ut obediatur voci Domini?
melior est enim obedientia quam victimæ,
et auscultare magis quam offerre adipem arietum.
And Samuel seide,
Whether the Lord wole brent sacrifices, ethir slayn sacrifices, and not more that me obeie to the vois of the Lord?
For obedience is betere than sacrifices,
and to herkene Goddis word is more than to offre the ynnere fatnesse of rammes;
And Samuel said:
Doth the Lord desire holocausts and victims, and not rather that the voice of the Lord should be obeyed?
For obedience is better than sacrifices:
and to hearken rather than to offer the fat of rams.
 
23 Quoniam quasi peccatum ariolandi est, repugnare:
et quasi scelus idololatriæ, nolle acquiescere.
Pro eo ergo quod abjecisti sermonem Domini,
abjecit te Dominus ne sis rex.
for it is as the synne of mawmetrie to fiyte ayens Goddis heest,
and it is as the wickidnesse of ydolatrie to nyle ascente to Goddis heest.
Therfor for that, that thou castidist awey the word of the Lord,
the Lord castide thee awei, that thou be not kyng.
Because it is like the sin of witchcraft, to rebel:
and like the crime of idolatry, to refuse to obey.
Forasmuch therefore as thou hast rejected the word of the Lord,
the Lord hath also rejected thee from being king.
 
24 Dixitque Saul ad Samuelem: Peccavi, quia prævaricatus sum sermonem Domini et verba tua, timens populum, et obediens voci eorum. And Saul seide to Samuel, Y synnede, for Y brak the word of the Lord, and thi wordis; and Y dredde the puple, and obeiede to the vois of hem; but now, And Saul said to Samuel: I have sinned because I have transgressed the commandment of the Lord, and thy words, fearing the people, and obeying their voice.  
25 Sed nunc porta, quæso, peccatum meum, et revertere mecum, ut adorem Dominum. Y biseche, bere thou my synne, and turne thou ayen with me, that Y worschipe the Lord. But now bear, I beseech thee, my sin, and return with me, that I may adore the Lord.  
26 Et ait Samuel ad Saul: Non revertar tecum, quia projecisti sermonem Domini, et projecit te Dominus ne sis rex super Israël. And Samuel seide to Saul, Y schal not turne ayen with thee, for thou castidist awey the word of the Lord, and the Lord castide awei thee, that thou be not king on Israel. And Samuel said to Saul: I will not return with thee, because thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, and the Lord hath rejected thee from being king over Israel.  
27 Et conversus est Samuel ut abiret: ille autem apprehendit summitatem pallii ejus, quæ et scissa est. And Samuel turnede to go a wey; sotheli Saul took the ende of the mentil of Samuel, which also was torent. And Samuel turned about to go away: but he laid hold upon the skirt of his mantle, and it rent.  
28 Et ait ad eum Samuel: Scidit Dominus regnum Israël a te hodie, et tradidit illud proximo tuo meliori te. And Samuel seide to hym, The Lord hath kit the rewme of Israel fro thee to dai, and yaf it to thi neiybore betere than thou; And Samuel said to him: The Lord hath rent the kingdom of Israel from thee this day, and hath given it to thy neighbour who is better than thee.  
29 Porro triumphator in Israël non parcet, et pœnitudine non flectetur: neque enim homo est ut agat pœnitentiam. certis the ouercomere in Israel schal not spare, and he schal not be bowid bi repentaunce; for he is not man, that is, chaungeable, that he do repentaunce. But the triumpher in Israel will riot spare, and will not be moved to repentance: for he is not a mail that he should repent.  
30 At ille ait: Peccavi: sed nunc honora me coram senioribus populi mei et coram Israël, et revertere mecum, ut adorem Dominum Deum tuum. And Saul seide, Y synnede; but now onoure thou me bifor the eldere men of my puple, and bifor Israel, and turne thou ayen with me, that Y worschipe thi Lord God. Then he said: I have sinned: yet honour me now before the ancients of my people, and before Israel, and return with me, that I may adore the Lord thy God.  
31 Reversus ergo Samuel secutus est Saulem: et adoravit Saul Dominum. Therfor Samuel turnede ayen, and suede Saul, and Saul worschipide the Lord. So Samuel turned again after Saul: and Saul adored the Lord.  
32 Dixitque Samuel: Adducite ad me Agag regem Amalec. Et oblatus est ei Agag, pinguissimus et tremens. Et dixit Agag: Siccine separat amara mors? And Samuel seide, Brynge ye to me Agag, the kyng of Amalech. And Agag moost fat tremblynge was brouyt to hym. And Agag seide, Whether thus departith bitter deeth? And Samuel said: Bring hitherto me Agag the king of Amalec. And Agag was presented to him very fat, and trembling. And Agag said: Doth bitter death separate in this manner?  
33 Et ait Samuel: Sicut fecit absque liberis mulieres gladius tuus, sic absque liberis erit inter mulieres mater tua. Et in frustra concidit eum Samuel coram Domino in Galgalis. And Samuel seide, As thi swerd made wymmen with out fre children, so thi modir schal be with out fre children among wymmen. And Samuel kittide hym in to gobetis bifor the Lord in Galgalis. And Samuel said: As thy sword hath made women childless, so shall thy mother be childless among women. And Samuel hewed him in pieces before the Lord in Galgal.  
34 Abiit autem Samuel in Ramatha: Saul vero ascendit in domum suam in Gabaa. Forsothe Samuel yede in to Ramatha; sotheli Saul stiede in to his hows in Gabaa. And Samuel departed to Ramatha: but Saul went up to his house in Gabaa.  
35 Et non vidit Samuel ultra Saul usque ad diem mortis suæ: verumtamen lugebat Samuel Saulem, quoniam Dominum pœnitebat quod constituisset eum regem super Israël. And Samuel siy no more Saul til to the dai of his deeth; netheles Samuel biweilide Saul, for it repentide the Lord, that he hadde ordeyned Saul kyng on Israel. And Samuel saw Saul no more till the day of his death: nevertheless Samuel mourned for Saul, because the Lord repented that he had made him king over Israel.