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The canticle of Anna. The wickedness of the sons of Heli: for which they are not duly corrected by their father. A prophecy against the house of Heli.

[1] My heart hath rejoiced in the Lord, and my horn is exalted in my God: my mouth is enlarged over my enemies: because I have joyed in thy salvation.
Exultavit cor meum in Domino, et exaltatum est cornu meum in Deo meo : dilatatum est os meum super inimicos meos : quia laetata sum in salutari tuo.

[2] There is none holy as the Lord is: for there is no other beside thee, and there is none strong like our God.
Non est sanctus, ut est Dominus, neque enim est alius extra te, et non est fortis sicut Deus noster.

[3] Do not multiply to speak lofty things, boasting: let old matters depart from your mouth: for the Lord is a God of all knowledge, and to him are thoughts prepared.
Nolite multiplicare loqui sublimia gloriantes : recedant vetera de ore vestro : quia Deus scientiarum, Dominus est, et ipsi praeparantur cogitationes.

[4] The bow of the mighty is overcome, and the weak are girt with strength.
Arcus fortium superatus est, et infirmi accincti sunt robore.

[5] They that were full before have hired out themselves for bread: and the hungry are filled, so that the barren hath borne many: and she that had many children is weakened.
Repleti prius, pro panibus se locaverunt : et famelici saturati sunt, donec sterilis peperit plurimos : et quae multos habebat filios, infirmata est.

[6] The Lord killeth and maketh alive, he bringeth down to hell and bringeth back again.
Dominus mortificat et vivificat, deducit ad inferos et reducit.

[7] The Lord maketh poor and maketh rich, he humbleth and he exalteth.
Dominus pauperem facit et ditat, humiliat et sublevat.

[8] He raiseth up the needy from the dust, and lifteth up the poor from the dunghill: that he may sit with princes, and hold the throne of glory. For the poles of the earth are the Lord's, and upon them he hath set the world.
Suscitat de pulvere egenum, et de stercore elevat pauperem : ut sedeat cum principibus, et solium gloriae teneat. Domini enim sunt cardines terrae, et posuit super eos orbem.

[9] He will keep the feet of his saints, and the wicked shall be silent in darkness, because no man shall prevail by his own strength.
Pedes sanctorum suorum servabit, et impii in tenebris conticescent : quia non in fortitudine sua roborabitur vir.

[10] The adversaries of the Lord shall fear him: and upon them shall he thunder in the heavens. The Lord shall judge the ends of the earth, and he shall give empire to his king, and shall exalt the horn of his Christ.
Dominum formidabunt adversarii ejus : et super ipsos in caelis tonabit : Dominus judicabit fines terrae, et dabit imperium regi suo, et sublimabit cornu Christi sui.

[11] And Elcana went to Ramatha, to his house: but the child ministered in the sight of the Lord before the face of Heli the priest.
Et abiit Elcana Ramatha, in domum suam : puer autem erat minister in conspectu Domini ante faciem Heli sacerdotis.

[12] Now the sons of Heli were children of Belial, not knowing the Lord,
Porro filii Heli, filii Belial, nescientes Dominum,

[13] Nor the office of the priests to the people: but whosoever had offered a sacrifice, the servant of the priest came, while the flesh was in boiling, with a fleshhook of three teeth in his hand,
neque officium sacerdotum ad populum : sed quicumque immolasset victimam, veniebat puer sacerdotis, dum coquerentur carnes, et habebat fuscinulam tridentem in manu sua,

[14] And thrust it into the kettle, or into the caldron, or into the pot, or into the pan: and all that the fleshhook brought up, the priest took to himself. Thus did they to all Israel that came to Silo.
et mittebat eam in lebetem, vel in caldariam, aut in ollam, sive in cacabum : et omne quod levabat fuscinula, tollebat sacerdos sibi : sic faciebant universo Israeli venientium in Silo.

[15] Also before they burnt the fat, the servant of the priest came, and said to the man that sacrificed: Give me flesh to boil for the priest: for I will not take of thee sodden flesh, but raw.
Etiam antequam adolerent adipem, veniebat puer sacerdotis, et dicebat immolanti : Da mihi carnem, ut coquam sacerdoti : non enim accipiam a te carnem coctam, sed crudam.

[16] And he that sacrificed said to him: Let the fat first be burnt today according to the custom, and then take as much as thy soul desireth. But he answered and said to him: Not so: but thou shalt give it me now, or else I will take it by force.
Dicebatque illi immolans : Incendatur primum juxta morem hodie adeps, et tolle tibi quantumcumque desiderat anima tua. Qui respondens aiebat ei : Nequaquam : nunc enim dabis, alioquin tollam vi.

[17] Wherefore the sin of the young men was exceeding great before the Lord: because they withdrew men from the sacrifice of the Lord.
Erat ergo peccatum puerorum grande nimis coram Domino : quia retrahebant homines a sacrificio Domini.

[18] But Samuel ministered before the face of the Lord: being a child girded with a linen ephod.
Samuel autem ministrabat ante faciem Domini, puer, accinctus ephod lineo.

[19] And his mother made him a little coat, which she brought to him on the appointed days, when she went up with her husband, to offer the solemn sacrifice.
Et tunicam parvam faciebat ei mater sua, quam afferebat statutis diebus, ascendens cum viro suo, ut immolaret hostiam solemnem.

[20] And Heli blessed Elcana and his wife: and he said to him: The Lord give thee seed of this woman, for the loan thou hast lent to the Lord. And they went to their own home.
Et benedixit Heli Elcanae et uxori ejus : dixitque ei : Reddat tibi Dominus semen de muliere hac, pro foenore quod commodasti Domino. Et abierunt in locum suum.

[21] And the Lord visited Anna, and she conceived, and bore three sons and two daughters: and the child Samuel became great before the Lord.
Visitavit ergo Dominus Annam, et concepit, et peperit tres filios, et duas filias : et magnificatus est puer Samuel apud Dominum.

[22] Now Heli was very old, and he heard all that his sons did to all Israel: and how they lay with the women that waited at the door of the tabernacle:
Heli autem erat senex valde, et audivit omnia quae faciebant filii sui universo Israeli : et quomodo dormiebant cum mulieribus quae observabant ad ostium tabernaculi :

[23] And he said to them: Why do ye these kinds of things, which I hear, very wicked things, from all the people?
et dixit eis : Quare facitis res hujuscemodi, quas ego audio, res pessimas, ab omni populo?

[24] Do not so, my sons: for it is no good report that I hear, that you make the people of the Lord to transgress.
Nolite, filii mei : non enim est bona fama, quam ego audio, ut transgredi faciatis populum Domini.

[25] If one man shall sin against another, God may be appeased in his behalf: but if a man shall sin against the Lord, who shall pray for him? And they hearkened not to the voice of their father, because the Lord would slay them.
Si peccaverit vir in virum, placari ei potest Deus : si autem in Dominum peccaverit vir, quis orabit pro eo? Et non audierunt vocem patris sui : quia voluit Dominus occidere eos.

[26] But the child Samuel advanced, and grew on, and pleased both the Lord and men.
Puer autem Samuel proficiebat, atque crescebat, et placebat tam Domino quam hominibus.

[27] And there came a man of God to Heli, and said to him: Thus saith the Lord: Did I not plainly appear to thy father's house, when they were in Egypt in the house of Pharao?
Venit autem vir Dei ad Heli, et ait ad eum : Haec dicit Dominus : Numquid non aperte revelatus sum domui patris tui, cum essent in Aegypto in domo Pharaonis?

[28] And I chose him out of all the tribes of Israel to be my priest, to go up to my altar, and burn incense to me, and to wear the ephod before me: and I gave to thy father's house of all the sacrifices of the children of Israel.
Et elegi eum ex omnibus tribubus Israel mihi in sacerdotem, ut ascenderet ad altare meum, et adoleret mihi incensum, et portaret ephod coram me : et dedi domui patris tui omnia de sacrificiis filiorum Israel.

[29] Why have you kicked away my victims, and my gifts which I commanded to be offered in the temple: and thou hast rather honoured thy sons than me, to eat the firstfruits of every sacrifice of my people Israel?
Quare calce abjecistis victimam meam, et munera mea quae praecepi ut offerentur in templo : et magis honorasti filios tuos quam me, ut comederetis primitias omnis sacrificii Israel populi mei?

[30] Wherefore thus saith the Lord the God of Israel: I said indeed that thy house, and the house of thy father should minister in my sight, for ever. But now saith the Lord: Far be this from me: but whosoever shall glorify me, him will I glorify: but they that despise me, shall be despised.
Propterea ait Dominus Deus Israel : Loquens locutus sum, ut domus tua, et domus patris tui, ministraret in conspectu meo, usque in sempiternum. Nunc autem dicit Dominus : Absit hoc a me : sed quicumque glorificaverit me, glorificabo eum : qui autem contemnunt me, erunt ignobiles.

[31] Behold the days come: and I will cut off thy arm, and the arm of thy father's house, that there shall not be an old man in thy house.
Ecce dies veniunt : et praecidam brachium tuum, et brachium domus patris tui, ut non sit senex in domo tua.

[32] And thou shalt see thy rival in the temple, in all the prosperity of Israel, and there shall not be an old man in thy house for ever.
Et videbis aemulum tuum in templo, in universis prosperis Israel : et non erit senex in domo tua omnibus diebus.

[33] However I will not altogether take away a man of thee from my altar: but that thy eyes may faint and thy soul be spent: and a great part of thy house shall die when they come to man's estate.
Verumtamen non auferam penitus virum ex te ab altari meo : sed ut deficiant oculi tui, et tabescat anima tua : et pars magna domus tuae morietur cum ad virilem aetatem venerit.

[34] And this shall be a sign to thee, that shall come upon thy two sons, Ophni and Phinees: In one day they shall both of them die.
Hoc autem erit tibi signum, quod venturum est duobus filiis tuis, Ophni et Phinees : in die uno morientur ambo.

[35] And I will raise me up a faithful priest, who shall do according to my heart, and my soul, and I will build him a faithful house, and he shall walk all days before my anointed.
Et suscitabo mihi sacerdotem fidelem, qui juxta cor meum et animam meam faciet : et aedificabo ei domum fidelem, et ambulabit coram Christo meo cunctis diebus.

[36] And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall remain in thy house, shall come that he may be prayed for, and shall offer a piece of silver, and a roll of bread, and shall say: Put me, I beseech thee, to somewhat of the priestly office, that I may eat a morsel of bread.
Futurum est autem, ut quicumque remanserit in domo tua, veniat ut oretur pro eo, et offerat nummum argenteum, et tortam panis, dicatque : Dimitte me, obsecro, ad unam partem sacerdotalem, ut comedam buccellam panis.

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