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1 推罗遭报

2 “人子啊!因为推罗论到耶路撒冷:‘哈哈!那万族的已经破坏了,向我打开了;我必得丰满,她却成了荒场!’

3 所以耶和华这样:‘推罗啊!我要与你为敌;我必叫多国上来攻击你,好像使波浪涌上来一样。

4 他们必毁坏推罗的城墙,拆毁它的城楼;我必刮净它的尘土,使它成为光滑的磐石。

5 它必在中作晒网的地方,因为我已经了。这是耶和华的宣告。它必成为列国的掠物,

6 那些在陆地居住的推罗人必被刀所杀;然后,他们就知道我是耶和华

7 “‘因为耶和华这样:看哪!我要使诸,就是巴比伦尼布甲尼撒,率领马匹、战车、骑兵和一支大军,从攻击推罗。

8 他必用刀杀戮你那些在陆地居住的人;他必建造围城的高墙,筑起土垒,举起盾牌攻击你。

9 他必用攻城锤攻击你的城墙,用武器拆毁你的城楼。

10 因为他的马匹众多,它们扬起的尘土必遮盖你;他进入你的城,好像人进入已有破口的城,那时,你的城墙必因骑兵、车轮和战车的响声而震动。

11 他的必践踏你所有的街道;他必用刀杀戮你的人民;你坚固的柱子必倒在地上。

12 他们必掳去你的财富,以你的货财为掠物;他们必破坏你的城墙,拆毁你华丽的房,把你的石头头和瓦砾都投在中。

13 我必使你唱歌的喧声止息;人也再不到你的琴声。

14 我必使你成为光滑的磐石;你必成为晒网的地方;你必不再被建造,因为我耶和华已经了。这是耶和华的宣告。’

15 耶和华对推罗这样:‘杀戮在你中间发生,受伤的人都在唉哼的时候,众海岂不因你倾倒的声音而震动吗?

16 那时所有沿的君王都必由王座来,除去朝服,脱刺绣的衣服;披上战兢,在地上,不停发抖,因你而惊骇。

17 他们必为你作一首哀歌:你这著名的城,航之人的居所,在上坚固有力的啊!你和你的居民素来使惊恐临到所有在那里的人身上,你怎么绝了迹呢?

18 现在的居民在你倾倒的日子,都必战兢;众因你的毁灭而惊惶。

19 因为耶和华这样:我使你成为荒废的城市,像没有人居的城镇;我使深渊的上升漫过你,使大淹没你,

20 那时,我要使你与那些到阴府的人一起,到古时的人那里去;我要使你在地的深处,就是在久而荒废之地,与那些到阴府的人在一起,以致你不再在活人的境界重现(“不再在活人的境界重现”,这译法参考古译本,原文作“不再返回,我却要在活人境地显出荣耀”)。

21 我必使你遭遇可怕的灾祸,你就不再存在了;人虽然寻你,却永不再寻得着。这是耶和华的宣告。’”

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 149


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

天堂的奥秘 290, 490, 643, 756, 790, 1306, 2336, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 206, 285, 298, 328, 437, 501, 774

The Lord 28

天国与地狱 365


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 208, 275, 304, 323, 326, 355, 387, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 58

The White Horse - Appendix 1

Scriptural Confirmations 9, 74

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