Ezekiel 35

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1 Bukod dito'y ang salita ng Panginoon ay dumating sa akin, na nagsasabi,

2 Anak ng tao, ititig mo ang iyong mukha sa bundok ng Seir, at manghula ka laban doon,

3 At sabihin mo roon, Ganito ang sabi ng Panginoong Dios: Narito, ako'y laban sa iyo, Oh bundok ng Seir, at aking iniunat ang aking kamay laban sa iyo, at gagawin kitang sira at katigilan.

4 Aking ilalagay na giba ang iyong mga bayan, at ikaw ay magiging sira; at iyong malalaman na ako ang Panginoon.

5 Sapagka't ikaw ay nagkaroon ng laging pakikipagkaalit, at ibinigay mo ang mga anak ni Israel sa kapangyarihan ng tabak sa kapanahunan ng kanilang kasakunaan, sa kapanahunan ng parusang pinaka wakas;

6 Kaya't buhay ako, sabi ng Panginoong Dios, aking itatalaga ka sa dugo, at ang dugo ay hahabol sa iyo: yamang hindi mo kinapootan ang dugo, kaya't matatalaga ka sa dugo.

7 Ganito ko gagawin ang bundok ng Seir na isang katigilan at kasiraan; at aking ihihiwalay sa kaniya siya na nagdaraan at siyang nagbabalik.

8 At aking pupunuin ang kaniyang mga bundok ng kaniyang mga nangapatay: sa iyong mga burol at sa iyong mga libis at sa lahat mong mga daan ng tubig ay mangabubuwal sila na nangapatay ng tabak.

9 Ikaw ay gagawin kong pangpalaging kasiraan, at ang iyong mga bayan ay hindi tatahanan; at inyong malalaman na ako ang Panginoon.

10 Sapagka't iyong sinabi, Ang dalawang bansang ito, at ang dalawang lupaing ito ay magiging akin, at aming aariin; bagaman kinaroroonan ng Panginoon:

11 Kaya't buhay ako, sabi ng Panginoong Dios, aking gagawin ayon sa iyong galit, at ayon sa iyong pananaghili na iyong ipinakilala sa iyong pagtatanim laban sa kanila: at ako'y pakikilala sa gitna nila pagka aking hahatulan ka.

12 At iyong malalaman na akong Panginoon ay nakarinig ng lahat mong panunungayaw na iyong sinalita laban sa mga bundok ng Israel, na sinasabi, Nangalagay na sira ang mga yaon, nangabigay sa atin upang lamunin.

13 At kayo'y nangagmalaki laban sa akin ng inyong bibig, at inyong pinarami ang inyong mga salita laban sa akin: aking narinig yaon.

14 Ganito ang sabi ng Panginoong Dios: Pagka ang buong lupa ay nagagalak, akin gagawin kang sira.

15 Kung paanong ikaw ay nagalak sa mana ng sangbahayan ni Israel, dahil sa sira, gayon ang gagawin ko sa iyo: ikaw ay magiging sira, Oh bundok ng Seir, at buong Edom, oo, lahat ng ito; at kanilang malalaman na ako ang Panginoon.

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From Swedenborg's Works

Main explanations:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 158


Other references to this chapter:

Arcana Coelestia 1066, 3322, 4240, 7673

Doctrine of the Lord 28


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 58

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 52, 53

Other New Christian Commentary

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