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Depois de algum tempo, Amnom, filho de Davi, apaixonou-se por Tamar; ela era muito bonita e era irmã de Absalão, outro filho de Davi.

2 Amnom ficou angustiado ao ponto de adoecer por causa de sua meia-irmã Tamar, pois ela era virgem, e parecia-lhe impossível aproximar-se dela.

3 Amnom tinha um amigo muito astuto chamado Jonadabe, filho de Siméia, irmão de Davi. 4 Ele perguntou a Amnom: “Filho do rei, por que todo dia você está abatido? Quer me contar o que se passa?”

Amnom lhe disse: “Estou apaixonado por Tamar, irmã de meu irmão Absalão”.

5 “Vá para a cama e finja estar doente”, disse Jonadabe. “Quando seu pai vier visitá-lo, diga-lhe: Permite que minha irmã Tamar venha dar-me de comer. Gostaria que ela preparasse a comida aqui mesmo e me servisse. Assim poderei vê-la.”

6 Amnom aceitou a idéia e deitou-se, fingindo-se doente. Quando o rei foi visitá-lo, Amnom lhe disse: “Eu gostaria que minha irmã Tamar viesse e preparasse dois bolos aqui mesmo e me servisse”.

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