The Books of Samuel, 1 Samuel and 2 Samuel, form part of the narrative history of Israel in the Nevi'im or "prophets" section of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, called the Deuteronomistic history, a series of books that constitute a theological history of the Israelites and aim to explain God's law for Israel under the guidance of the prophets. According to Jewish tradition, the book was written by Samuel, with additions by the prophets Gad and Nathan. Modern scholarly thinking is that the entire Deuteronomistic history was composed in the period c. 630–540 BC by combining a number of independent texts of various ages. Samuel begins with God's call to him as a boy; the story of the Ark of the Covenant that follows tells of Israel's oppression by the Philistines, which brought about Samuel's anointing of Saul as Israel's first king. But Saul proved unworthy and God's choice turned to David, who defeated Israel's enemies, purchased the threshing floor, where his son, Solomon built the Temple and brought the Ark to Jerusalem.
God promised David and his successors an everlasting dynasty. The childless Hannah vows to Yahweh of hosts. Eli, the priest of Shiloh, blesses her, a child named Samuel is born. Samuel is dedicated to the Lord as a Nazirite – the only one besides Samson to be identified in the Bible. Eli's sons and Phinehas, sin against God's laws and the people, of the priesthood and are killed in battle during the Battle of Aphek, but the child Samuel grows up "in the presence of the Lord." The Philistines capture the Ark of the Covenant from Shiloh and take it to the temple of their god Dagon, who recognizes the supremacy of Yahweh. The Philistines are afflicted with plagues and return the ark to the Israelites, but to the territory of the tribe of Benjamin rather than to Shiloh; the Philistines attack. Samuel appeals to Yahweh, the Philistines are decisively beaten, the Israelites reclaim their lost territory. In Samuel's old age, he appoints his sons Joel and Abijah as judges, but because of their corruption the people ask for a king to rule over them.
God tells Samuel to anoint David of Bethlehem as king, David enters Saul's court as his armor-bearer and harpist. Saul's son and heir Jonathan recognizes him as the rightful king. Saul plots David's death, but David flees into the wilderness, where he becomes a champion of the Hebrews. David joins the Philistines but continues secretly to champion his own people, until Saul and Jonathan are killed in battle at Mount Gilboa. At this point, David offers a majestic eulogy, where he praises the bravery and magnificence of both his friend Jonathan and King Saul; the elders of Judah anoint David as king, but in the north Saul's son Ish-bosheth, or Ishbaal, rules over the northern tribes. After a long war, Ishbaal is murdered by Rechab and Baanah, two of his captains who hope for a reward from David. David is anointed King of all Israel. David brings the Ark there. David wishes to build a temple, but Nathan tells him that one of his sons will be the one to build the temple. David defeats the enemies of Israel, slaughtering Philistines, Edomites and Arameans.
David commits adultery with Bathsheba. When her husband, Uriah the Hittite returns from battle, David encourages him to go home and see his wife but Uriah declines in case David might need him. David thus deliberately sends Uriah on a suicide mission. Nathan tells David. For the remainder of his reign there are problems. Amnon rapes his half-sister Tamar. Absalom kills Amnon, rebels against his father, David flees from Jerusalem. Absalom is killed following the Battle of the Wood of Ephraim, David is restored as king, he returns to his palace. Only two contenders for the succession remain, son of David and Haggith, Solomon, son of David and Bathsheba; the Second Book of Samuel concludes with four chapters which lie outside the chronological narrative of Saul and David. The narrative is resumed with the first Book of Kings, which relates how, as David lies dying and Nathan ensure Solomon's elevation to the throne; the four supplementary chapters cover a great famine during David's reign, the execution of seven of Saul's remaining descendants, only Mephibosheth being saved, David's song of thanksgiving, identical to Psalm 18, his last words, a list of David's "mighty warriors", an offering made by David using water from the well of Bethlehem, David's sinful census, a plague over Israel which David opted for as preferable to either famine or oppression, the construction of an altar on land he purchased from Araunah the Jebusite.
What it is now known as 1 Samuel and 2 Samuel are called by the Vulgate, in imitation of the Septuagint, 1 Kings and 2 Kings respectively. What it is now known as 1 Kings and 2 Kings would be 3 Kings and 4 Kings in old Bibles before the year 1516, it was in 1517 that use of the division we know now today used by Protestant Bibles and adopted by Catholics began. Some Bibles still preserve the old denomination, for example, the Douay-Rheims Bible.1 and 2 Samuel were a single book, but the first Greek translation, called Septuagint and produced around the second century BC, divided it into two.
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It has now developed its Branch Libraries in different districts of Khyber Pakhutnkhwa. These libraries in future will be like the chain of one Big network of Public Libraries and Archives, its district libraries are: Timergara Public Library Nowshera Public Library Peshawar Public Library Mardan Public Library Haripur Public Library Abbottabad Public Library Bannu Public Library Laki Marwat Public Library DI Khan Public Library Kohat Public Library Swat Public Library Charsada Public Library Ghazi Public Library Swabi Public LibraryConstructing Public Libraries in other districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are under consideration. The Khyber Pakuntkhwa government is requested to kindly provide the cream location and sufficient allocation of land in every district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa so that to establish the chain and network of the public libraries in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and make this is a successful project in the sector of Education; this system can be stretched to the union council level where beautiful reading rooms can be developed which will work under the district and tehsil level librarian Municipal Library Lalamusa Masood Jhandir Research Library Iqbal Municipal Library Mall road Murree Omar Hayat Mahal Library The central library Bahawalpur was built by Sir Sadeq Muhammad Khan Abbasi and Rufus Daniel Issacs on 8 March 1924.
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Miscellany is a collection of sermons and other religious texts, by Puncho Kuzdin, a priest and pupil of Paisius of Hilendar who compiled and illustrated it by 1796, in a village near Mokreš Lomu. Today it is in the SS. Cyril and Methodius National Library in Sofia; the 809 pages are 20.5 х 15 centimeters. The collection is an important witness to the nascent modern literary Bulgarian language, as written by an educated man using the spoken language of Bulgarian; the text is accompanied including two self-portraits. Šaur, Vladimír. Pop Punčov sbornik. 1. Vyd. Praha: Ústav jazyků a literatur ČSAV, 1970. Šaur, Vladimír. Vztah mezi vlivy dialektů. In Studia Balkanica Bohemoslovaca:. S. 254-260. Национална библиотека „Св. Св. Кирил и Методий” St. St. Cyril and Methodius National Library
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