Jeremija 42

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1 Po tom dođoše sve vojvode i Joanan, sin Karijin i Jezanija sin Osajin, i sav narod, malo i veliko.

2 I rekoše Jeremiji proroku: Pusti preda se našu molbu, i pomoli se za nas Gospodu Bogu svom, za sav ovaj ostatak, jer nas je ostalo malo od mnogih, kao što nas oči tvoje vide,

3 Da bi nam pokazao Gospod Bog tvoj put kojim ćemo ići i šta ćemo raditi.

4 A Jeremija prorok reče im: Poslušaću; evo, pomoliću se Gospodu Bogu vašem po vašim rečima, i šta vam odgovori Gospod kazaću vam, neću vam zatajiti ni reč.

5 A ovo rekoše Jeremiji: Gospod neka nam je svedok, istinit i veran, da ćemo činiti sve što ti Gospod Bog tvoj zapovedi za nas.

6 Bilo dobro ili zlo, poslušaćemo reč Gospoda Boga svog ka kome te šaljemo, da bi nam dobro bilo kad poslušamo glas Gospoda Boga svog.

7 A posle deset dana dođe reč Gospodnja Jeremiji;

8 Te sazva Joanana, sina Karijinog i sve vojvode što behu s njim, i sav narod, malo i veliko,

9 I reče im: Ovako veli Gospod Bog Izrailjev, ka kome me poslaste da iznesem preda Nj molbu vašu:

10 Ako ostanete u ovoj zemlji, sazidaću vas, i neću vas razoriti, i nasadiću vas i neću vas istrebiti; jer mi je žao sa zla koje sam vam učinio.

11 Ne bojte se cara vavilonskog, kog se bojite; ne bojte ga se, govori Gospod, jer sam ja s vama da vas sačuvam i da vas izbavim iz njegove ruke.

12 I učiniću vam milost da se smiluje na vas, i vrati vas u zemlju vašu.

13 Ako li kažete: Nećemo da ostanemo u toj zemlji, ne slušajući glas Gospoda Boga svog

14 Govoreći: Ne, nego idemo u zemlju misirsku, da ne vidimo rat i glas trubni ne čujemo i ne budemo gladni hleba, i onde ćemo se naseliti,

15 Onda čujte reč Gospodnju, koji ste ostali od Jude; ovako veli Gospod nad vojskama Bog Izrailjev: Ako vi okrenete lice svoje da idete u Misir i odete da se naselite onde,

16 Onde će vas u zemlji misirskoj stignuti mač kog se bojite, i glad, radi koje se brinete, goniće vas onde u Misiru i onde ćete pomreti.

17 I svi ljudi koji su okrenuli lice svoje da idu u Misir da se onde nasele, izginuće od mača i od gladi i od pomora, i nijedan ih neće ostati niti će koji uteći od zla koje ću pustiti na njih.

18 Jer ovako veli Gospod nad vojskama, Bog Izrailjev: Kao što se gnev moj i jarost moja izli na stanovnike jerusalimske, tako će se izliti gnev moj na vas, ako odete u Misir, i bićete uklin i čudo i kletva i rug, i nećete više videti ovog mesta.

19 Gospod vam govori, ostanci Judini! Ne idite u Misir. Znajte da vam ja svedočim danas.

20 Jer varaste duše svoje kad me poslaste ka Gospodu Bogu svom rekavši: Pomoli se za nas Gospodu Bogu našem, i kako kaže Gospod Bog naš, javi nam i učinićemo.

21 A kad vam javih danas, nećete da poslušate glas Gospoda Boga svog niti išta što mi zapovedi za vas.

22 Znajte, dakle, da ćete izginuti od mača i od gladi i od pomora na mestu kuda ste radi otići da se stanite.

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From Swedenborg's Works

Main explanations:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 108


Other references to this chapter:

Arcana Coelestia 1165, 2588, 7102

Apocalypse Revealed 323, 503

The Lord 39, 53

True Christian Religion 93, 158


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 386, 654

Marriage 93

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