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1 Joni bi veoma krivo i rasrdi se.

2 I ovako se pomoli Jahvi: "Ah, Jahve, nisam li ja to slutio dok još u svojoj zemlji bijah? Zato sam htio prije pobjeći u Taršiš; jer znao sam da si ti Bog milostiv i milosrdan, spor na gnjev i bogat milosrđem i da se nad nesrećom brzo sažališ.

3 Sada, Jahve, uzmi moj život, jer mi je bolje umrijeti nego živjeti."

4 Jahve odgovori: "Srdiš li se ti s pravom?"

5 Jona iziđe iz grada i sjede s istoka gradu; načini ondje kolibu i sjede pod njom u hlad da vidi što će biti od grada.

6 A Jahve Bog učini da izraste bršljan nad Jonom i pruži sjenu njegovoj glavi te da ga izliječi od zlovolje. Jona se bršljanu veoma obradova.

7 Ali sutradan, u osvit zore, Bog zapovjedi crvu da podgrize bršljan, i on usahnu.

8 Kad je ogranulo sunce, posla Bog vruć istočni vjetar; sunce je palilo glavu Joninu te je sasvim klonuo. Poželje umrijeti i reče: "Bolje mi je umrijeti nego živjeti."

9 Bog upita Jonu: "Srdiš li se s pravom zbog bršljana?" On odgovori: "Da, s pravom sam ljut nasmrt."

10 Jahve mu reče: "Tebi je žao bršljana oko kojega se nisi trudio, nego je u jednu noć nikao i u jednu noć usahnuo.

11 A meni da ne bude žao Ninive, grada velikoga, u kojem ima više od sto i dvadeset tisuća ljudi koji ne znaju razlikovati desno i lijevo, a uz to i mnogo životinja!"

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 214


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 10441

Sacred Scripture 51

Istinska Kršćanska Religija 226


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 401, 419

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