约拿书 1

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1 耶和华的话临到亚米太的儿子约拿,说:

2 你起来往尼尼微城去,向其中的居民呼喊,因为他们的恶达到我面前。

3 约拿却起,逃往他施去躲避耶和华到约帕,遇见一只,要往他施去。他就价,上了,要与上的人同往他施去躲避耶和华

4 然而耶和华使中起就狂作,甚至几乎破坏。

5 水手便惧怕,各人哀求自己的。他们将上的货物抛在中,为要使轻些。约拿到底舱,躺卧沉睡。

6 船主到他那里对他:你这沉睡的人哪,为何这样呢?起来,求告你的,或者顾念我们,使我们不致灭亡。

7 船上的人彼此:来吧,我们掣签,看看这灾临到我们是因谁的缘故。於是他们掣签,掣出约拿来。

8 众人对他:请你告诉我们,这灾临到我们是因谁的缘故?你以何事为业?你从哪里?你是哪一国?属哪一族的人?

9 :我是希伯来人。我敬畏耶和华─那创造沧旱地之上的

10 他们就惧怕,对他:你做的是甚麽事呢?他们已经知道他躲避耶和华,因为他告诉了他们。

11 他们问他我们当向你怎样行,使浪平静呢?这话是因浪越发翻腾。

12 他对他们:你们将我抬起来,抛在中,就平静了;我知道你们遭这风是因我的缘故。

13 然而那些人竭力?桨,要把船拢岸,却是不能,因为浪越发向他们翻腾。

14 他们便求告耶和华耶和华啊,我们恳求你,不要因这人的性命使我们死亡,不要使流无辜血的罪归与我们;因为你─耶和华是随自己的意旨行事。

15 他们遂将约拿抬起,抛在中,的狂浪就平息了。

16 那些人便敬畏耶和华,向耶和华献祭,并且许愿。

17 耶和华安排一条约拿,他在鱼腹中夜。

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 211

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Apocalypse Revealed 505

Sacred Scripture 29

真實的基督徒信仰 211

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 532, 622

Spiritual Experiences 1391

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