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1 Poslije toga peharnik se i pekar egipatskog kralja ogriješe o svoga gospodara, kralja egipatskog.

2 Faraon se razljuti na svoja dva dvoranina, glavnog peharnika i glavnog pekara,

3 te ih stavi u zatvor, u zgradu zapovjednika tjelesne straže - u istu tamnicu gdje je i Josip bio zatvoren.

4 Zapovjednik tjelesne straže odredi Josipa da ih poslužuje. Pošto su proveli u zatvoru neko vrijeme,

5 obojica njih - peharnik i pekar egipatskog kralja, utamničenici - usnu san jedne te iste noći. Svaki je usnuo svoj san; i svaki je san imao svoje značenje.

6 Kad je Josip ujutro došao k njima, opazi da su neraspoloženi.

7 Upita faraonove dvorane koji su bili s njim u zatvoru u zgradi njegova gospodara: "Zašto ste danas tako potišteni?"

8 Odgovore mu: "Sne smo usnuli, ali nikog nema da nam ih protumači." Josip im reče: "Zar tumačenje ne spada na Boga? Dajte, pričajte mi!"

9 Onda je glavni peharnik ispripovjedio Josipu svoj san: "Sanjao sam da je preda mnom lozov trs.

10 Na trsu bile tri mladice. I tek što je propupao, procvjeta i na njegovim grozdovima sazru bobe.

11 Kako sam u ruci držao faraonov pehar, uzmem grožđa, istiještim ga u faraonov pehar, a onda stavim pehar u faraonovu ruku."

12 Josip mu reče: "Ovo ti je značenje: tri mladice tri su dana.

13 Poslije tri dana faraon će te pomilovati i vratiti na tvoje mjesto; opet ćeš stavljati pehar faraonu u ruku, kao i prije, dok si mu bio peharnik.

14 Kada ti bude opet dobro, sjeti se da sam i ja bio s tobom, pa mi učini ovu uslugu: spomeni me faraonu i pokušaj me izvesti iz ove kuće.

15 Jer, zbilja, bio sam silom odveden iz zemlje Hebreja; ni ovdje nisam ništa skrivio, a baciše me u tamnicu."

16 Kad je glavni pekar vidio kako je Josip dao dobro tumačenje, reče mu: "Usnuh da su mi na glavi tri bijele košare.

17 U najgornjoj bilo svakovrsna peciva što ga pekar pripravlja faraonu, ali su ptice jele iz košare povrh moje glave."

18 Josip odgovori: "Ovo je značenje: tri košare tri su dana.

19 Poslije tri dana faraon će uzdići tvoju glavu i o drvo te objesiti te će ptice jesti meso s tebe."

20 I zaista, trećega dana, kad je faraon priredio gozbu za sve svoje službenike - bio mu je rođendan - iz sredine svojih službenika izluči glavnog peharnika i glavnog pekara.

21 Vrati glavnog peharnika u peharničku službu te je i dalje stavljao pehar u faraonovu ruku,

22 a glavnog pekara objesi, kako je Josip protumačio.

23 Ipak se glavni peharnik nije sjetio Josipa - zaboravio je na nj.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 5072, 5073, 5074, 5075, 5076, 5077, 5078, ...


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1343, 4072, 4517, 5038, 5080, 5081, 5082, ...


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 655

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