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1 Poslije dvije godine usnu faraon da stoji pokraj Nila.

2 Iz Nila iziđe sedam krava, lijepih i debelih; pasle su po šašu.

3 Ali odmah poslije njih iz Nila iziđe sedam drugih krava, ružnih i mršavih, te stanu uz one krave na obali Nila.

4 Ružne i mršave krave požderu ono sedam lijepih i pretilih, i uto se faraon probudi.

5 Opet zaspi te usnu drugi san: sedam punih i jedrih klasova izraste na jednoj stabljici.

6 Ali, eto, poslije njih uzraste sedam klasova šturih, istočnjakom opaljenih.

7 Šturi klasovi proždru sedam jedrih i punih klasova. I faraon se probudi, i gle: bio je to san.

8 Ujutro faraon bijaše uznemiren u duši, pa pozva sve čarobnjake i sve mudrace egipatske: ispriča im faraon svoje sne, ali mu ih nitko nije mogao protumačiti.

9 Onda progovori faraonov glavni peharnik: "Moram danas spomenuti jedan svoj propust.

10 Jednom, kad se faraon razljutio na svoje službenike, mene i glavnog pekara stavio je u zatvor u zgradi glavnog upravitelja.

11 Usnusmo san iste noći, i ja i on, ali je svaki od nas usnuo san drugog značenja.

12 Onda je s nama bio neki mladi Hebrej, sluga zapovjednika straže. Ispričasmo njemu svoje sne, a on nam ih protumači: kaza svakom značenje njegova sna.

13 Kako nam ih je protumačio, tako nam se i dogodilo: mene vratiše na moje mjesto, a onoga objesiše."

14 Faraon odmah pošalje po Josipa; izvuku ga brže-bolje iz tamnice; ošišaju mu kosu, obuku novo odijelo i on stupi pred faraona.

15 Onda faraon reče Josipu: "Usnuo sam san, a nitko ga ne može protumačiti. Čuo sam o tebi da možeš protumačiti san čim ga čuješ."

16 "Ništa ja ne mogu", odgovori Josip faraonu, "nego će Bog dati pravi odgovor faraonu."

17 Onda je faraon pripovjedao Josipu: "U svom snu stojim na obali Nila.

18 I gle! Iz Nila iziđe sedam debelih i lijepih krava. Pasle su po šašu.

19 Poslije njih izađe drugih sedam krava. Bile su mršave, vrlo ružne i koštunjave. Još nikad ne vidjeh onako ružnih krava u svoj zemlji egipatskoj!

20 I sedam mršavih i ružnih krava proždru prvih sedam debelih krava.

21 Pa iako su ih progutale, nije se vidjelo da im je što u trbuhu: bile su ružne kao i prije. Uto se probudim.

22 Zatim sam u snu vidio kako na jednoj stabljici uzraste sedam punih i lijepih klasova.

23 Ali poslije njih uzraste sedam klasova zgrčenih, šturih, istočnjakom opaljenih.

24 I šturi klasovi proždru sedam jedrih klasova. Kazao sam ovo i vračarima, ali nema nikoga da mi razjasni."

25 Onda Josip reče faraonu: "Faraonov je san samo jedan: Bog javlja faraonu što kani učiniti.

26 Sedam lijepih krava, to je sedam godina; sedam lijepih klasova opet je sedam godina. Tako je samo jedan san.

27 Sedam mršavih i ružnih krava poslije njih, a tako i sedam praznih, istočnjakom opaljenih klasova, označuje sedam gladnih godina.

28 To je ono što sam već faraonu rekao: Bog objavljuje faraonu što kani učiniti.

29 Dolazi, evo, sedam godina velikog obilja svoj zemlji egipatskoj.

30 A poslije njih nastat će sedam gladnih godina, kada će se zaboraviti sve obilje u zemlji egipatskoj.

31 Kako glad bude harala zemljom, neće se ni znati da je u zemlji bilo obilje - zbog gladi koja će doći - jer će biti vrlo velika.

32 A što se faraonov san ponovio, znači da se Bog na to zaista odlučio i da će to uskoro provesti.

33 Zato neka faraon izabere sposobna i mudra čovjeka te ga postavi nad zemljom egipatskom.

34 Nadalje, neka se faraon pobrine da postavi nadglednika u zemlji koji će kÓupiti petinu sve žetve u zemlji egipatskoj za sedam godina obilja.

35 Neka skupljaju od svakog žita za sedam dobrih godina što dolaze; neka s ovlaštenjem faraonovim sabiru žito za hranu i pohranjuju ga po gradovima.

36 Neka zalihe služe za hranu u zemlji za sedam godina gladi što će snaći zemlju egipatsku, tako da za gladi zemlja ne propadne."

37 Svidje se odgovor faraonu i svim njegovim službenicima.

38 Zato faraon reče svojim službenicima: "Zar bismo mogli naći drugoga kao što je on, čovjeka koji bi bio tako obdaren duhom Božjim?"

39 A onda faraon reče Josipu: "Otkako je sve to Bog tebi otkrio, nikoga nema sposobna i mudra kao što si ti.

40 Ti ćeš biti upravitelj moga dvora: sav će se moj narod pokoravati tvojim naredbama. Jedino prijestoljem ja ću biti veći od tebe.

41 Postavljam te, evo," reče faraon Josipu, "nad svom zemljom egipatskom."

42 Poslije toga skine faraon sa svoje ruke pečatni prsten i stavi ga Josipu na ruku. Zatim zaodjene Josipa odjećom od najljepše tkanine, a o vrat mu objesi zlatan lanac.

43 Vozio se on u kolima kao njegov zamjenik, a pred njim klicahu: "Abrek! Na koljena!" Tako ga postavi nad svu zemlju egipatsku.

44 Još faraon reče Josipu: "Premda sam ja faraon, neće nitko dići svoje ruke ni noge bez tvog odobrenja u svoj zemlji egipatskoj."

45 Faraon nazva Josipa "Safenat Paneah", a za ženu mu dade Asenatu, kćer Poti-Fere, svećenika u Onu. I Josip postade poznat po zemlji egipatskoj.

46 Josipu je bilo trideset godina kad je stupio u službu faraona, kralja egipatskog. A otišavši Josip ispred faraona, putovao je po svoj zemlji egipatskoj.

47 Za sedam rodnih godina zemlja je rađala u obilju;

48 on je - u tih sedam godina što ih je egipatska zemlja uživala - kÓupio od različite ljetine i hranu pohranjivao u gradove, smještajući u svakom gradu urod iz okolnih polja.

49 Tako Josip nagomila mnogo žita, kao pijeska u moru, pa ga prestade i mjeriti jer mu mjere ne bijaše.

50 Dok još ne nasta gladna godina, Josip imade dva sina koje mu rodi Asenata, kći Poti-Fere, svećenika u Onu.

51 Prvorođencu Josip nadjenu ime Manaše, "jer Bog je", reče, "dao te sam zaboravio svoje teškoće i svoj očinski dom."

52 Drugomu nadjenu ime Efrajim, "jer Bog me", reče, "učinio rodnim u zemlji moje nevolje."

53 Sedam godina obilja koje je uživala zemlja egipatska dođe kraju,

54 a primače se sedam gladnih godina, kako je Josip prorekao. U svim zemljama bijaše glad, a u svoj zemlji egipatskoj bijaše kruha.

55 A kad je i sva zemlja egipatska osjetila glad, puk zavapi faraonu za kruh; a faraon reče Egipćanima: "Idite k Josipu i što god vam rekne, činite!"

56 Kad se glad proširi po svoj zemlji, Josip rastvori skladišta te je Egipćane opskrbljivao žitom, jer je glad postala žestoka i u zemlji egipatskoj.

57 Sav je svijet išao u Egipat k Josipu da kupuje žita, jer je strašna glad vladala po svem svijetu.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 5191, 5192, 5193, 5194, 5195, 5196, 5209, ...

Apocalypse Explained 654

Apocalypse Revealed 503


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1703, 2643, 3762, 5197, 5198, 5199, 5200, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 355, 360, 814

Doctrine of the Lord 48

Istinska Kršćanska Religija 156


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 440, 448, 548, 655

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