Ezekiel 2

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1 Han sagde til mig: "Menneskesøn stå op på dine fødder så jeg kan tale med dig!"

2 Og som han talede til mig, kom Ånden i mig og rejste mig på mine Fødder, og jeg hørte ham tale til mig.

3 Han sagde: "Menneskesøn! Jeg sender dig til Israeliterne, de genstridige, der har sat sig op imod mig; de og deres Fædre har forbrudt sig imod mig til den Dag i Dag.

4 Og Sønnerne har stive Ansigter og hårde Hjerter; jeg sender dig til dem, og du skal sige: Så siger den Herre HE EN!

5 Hvad enten de hører eller ej - thi de er en genstridig Slægt - skal de kende, at en Profet er kommet iblandt dem.

6 Men du, Menneskesøn frygt ikke for dem og vær ikke ræd for deres Ord, når du færdes mellem Nælder og Tidsler og bor blandt Skorpioner; frygt ikke for deres Ord og vær ikke ræd for deres Ansigter, thi de er en genstridig Slægt.

7 Du skal tale mine Ord til dem, hvad enten de hører eller ej, thi de er en genstridig Slægt..

8 Og du, Menneskesøn, hør, hvad jeg taler til dig! Vær ikke genstridig som den genstridige Slægt, men luk din Mund op og slug, hvad jeg her giver dig! "

9 Og jeg skuede, og se, en Hånd var udrakt imod mig, og i den lå en Bogrulle;

10 og han rullede den op for mig, - og der var skrevet på den både for og bag; og hvad der stod skrevet, var Klage, Suk og Ve.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 125


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 9807

Apocalypse Revealed 256, 425, 482, 510

The Lord 28

Heaven and Hell 258


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 63, 77, 222, 299, 412, 544, 619, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 60

Nine Questions 1

Scriptural Confirmations 2, 4, 22, 52

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