Jeremija 39

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1 Devete godine kralja Sidkije, kralja judejskoga, desetoga mjeseca, Nabukodonozor, kralj babilonski, krenu sa svom vojskom na Jeruzalem te ga opsjede.

2 Jedanaeste godine kralja Sidkije, četvrtoga mjeseca, dana devetoga u mjesecu, provališe u grad.

3 Uđoše sve vojskovođe kralja babilonskoga te se smjestiše kod Srednjih vrata: Nergal Sar-Eser, knez Sin-Magira, vrhovni zapovjednik, Nebušasban, visoki dostojanstvenik, i sve druge vojskovođe kralja babilonskoga.

4 Kad ih vidješe Sidkija, kralj judejski, i svi ratnici njegovi, dadoše se u bijeg na vrata između dva zida, noću iziđoše iz grada prema Kraljevu vrtu i krenuše k dolini Arabi.

5 Ali ih čete kaldejske gonjahu i sustigoše Sidkiju u Poljanama jerihonskim. Uhvatiše ga, odvedoše u Riblu, u zemlju hamatsku, pred Nabukodonozora, kralja babilonskoga, koji mu izreče sud.

6 I kralj babilonski dade u Ribli pred očima kralja Sidkije zaklati djecu njegovu. A dade kralj babilonski pogubiti i sve odličnike judejske.

7 Sidkiji iskopa oči, stavi ga u okove da ga odvede u Babilon.

8 Kaldejci zapališe kraljev dvor i kuće naroda i porušiše bedeme jeruzalemske.

9 Ostatak pučanstva koje još ostade u gradu, izbjeglice što su mu se predale i sav ostali narod, izagna u Babilon Nebuzaradan, zapovjednik tjelesne straže.

10 A od siromašnoga puka koji nije ništa posjedovao, Nebuzaradan, zapovjednik tjelesne straže, ostavi neke u zemlji judejskoj i porazdijeli im vinograde i polja.

11 O Jeremiji Nabukodonozor, kralj babilonski, zapovjedi Nebuzaradanu, zapovjedniku tjelesne straže:

12 "Uzmi ga i oko tvoje neka bdi nad njim. Ne čini mu nikakva zla, nego postupaj s njime kako on bude želio."

13 Tada Nebuzaradan, zapovjednik tjelesne straže, Nebušazdan, visoki dostojanstvenik, Nergal Sar-Eser, vrhovni zapovjednik, i sve vojskovođe kralja babilonskoga

14 poslaše ljude da izvedu Jeremiju iz tamničkoga dvorišta i pustiše ga na slobodu. I tako on osta među narodom.

15 Dok je Jeremija bio zatvoren u tamničkom dvorištu, dođe mu riječ Jahvina:

16 "Idi i reci Kušitu Ebed-Meleku: Ovako govori Jahve nad Vojskama, Bog Izraelov: 'Evo, učinit ću da se ispune moje riječi protiv ovoga grada, na nesreću, ne na spas njegov. I kad se u onaj dan na tvoje oči obistine,

17 ja ću te u onaj dan spasiti - riječ je Jahvina - i nećeš biti predan u ruke ljudima pred kojima dršćeš,

18 jer ja ću te pouzdano spasiti te nećeš od mača poginuti, nego ćeš dobiti život kao plijen, jer si se u me pouzdao' - riječ je Jahvina."

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 105


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 3448, 6442

Doctrine of the Lord 4, 39, 53

True Christian Religion 93, 158


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 409, 919, 1029

Marriage 93

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